The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.. ar- ---- A Party of Ladies and Gentlemen I the city council was held Tuesday No Matter How Small,

.. I-- Hue A Delightful Evening.A night. 3:
.. No Matter How Large,
.. 1a party of young gentlemen engagedthe Heading and approving the minutest : I 0

. I and other routine work was transact
bowling and
,.-..- 1 alley Monday night
.. -- --- invited a number of lady friends and ed.t (J .B a

. The fire committee repor.ed favorably -
the evening was moat delightfully

.. I IN A BOX 1 enjoyed.The upon placing hydrants in the p. A .. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS.<

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. of the Fords and
2g party consisted of the following, vicinity Camps and
. the railroad 1\ .' .' BANKERS .< .'
. : If you want to write nice letter you can do it if you have viz: near crossing providingthe N I

. .:: nice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and == Misses Esther, Weathers, Lena Bul- water company will remove themor
. :Z paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles. 12:::
consent to their removal from
lock, Marie Bullock, Sara Harris,

I Violet Harris other places! where they are not sobadly l c
1 Hattie Lit-
. =: POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. D'eIliry needed.A t Will Give It Satisfactory Attention -
. .:: -- tle, Messrs. G. H. Ford, G. R. Me- .

.. ..,--r --- I Kean, C. V. Miller, J. H. Taylor, resolution was adopted placing I
--- an embargo against crowding the.
. Nlel Weathers, B. 6. Weathers and
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. a-0- j -== Mr. and Mrs. Harris. public square with individual lunch

. ), r The stands on excursion! and other big N
S young gentlemen played'

. -- --- against the young ladies but played days. .
S Ocala0NTIMONOPOLY Florida.
: ---- two to These stands will he allowed onside -
S points one.
. streets.BLOODED.
S -- -- Both the games were won by the .
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S young ladies. The best, individualscores
. 1 j11jlljlljl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl.11jl1jl1ll1ll1j11l11jl llllllllllllltCr BEEF C TTLE.I
. / the first game were won by Miss .
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S Weathers aDd Mr. McKean and the
S Gr raa aaoanr'c h5i? u 5u c rv e ;..JI tT
S second game by Miss Dy and Mr. rE

1SS PQ" Taylor.A number of the ladies made DRUG STORE.

!11rr strikes several l times.

. The: bowling attorded much amuse

ItIt ment. Having recently purchased HielAnti-Moiiopoly: Drug Stnr, I take
Ii' v J this method of announcing to its former patrons, as well as to the
ItIt Time Was called at sharp 11. public in general I, that: the prescription department is now better than

INi.i. Itl ever prepared to handle this branch of the business with accuracy and
1 The Reading Club Meeting.An .l'L .hl. 'W+ promptness. Only the best and purest drugs will (be used-noi-hi-np
. will sell at auction on SEPTEMBER substitutes permitted to enter into the make-up of prescriptions left l
unusually delightful meeting of I st here fur compounding. The drugs iwd are from the well kuouu
II the reading club was held with Miss 9th, 1 , about fifty head of registered and don't use "nearly the same thiuu:; or "something just as good: ," hut
, r,, '. Gamaby Tuesday afternoon. A large I 1a just what your prescription calls for. This last is of vital important--
1 number of the members were in ut- ; .grade :Shorthorn and Hereford bulls and Is worth your while to think about.

. and CON. Sale begins promptly at
, This Spsce Reserved for IX S. WooJrow. Phosphate and Timber Land Ocala Fla tendenec and all brought interesting
office in Postoffice Block next to Dr.Smith. 1 o'clock) m. Every animal is im I
1r current events. After dNcuiMtig : p. STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES AND FULL LINE OF
mune to lick fever, and will an
1r them Alias, Weathers read most eu- : carry f,1,

tertainly several chapters from Kip- i insurance j >licy for six months from TOILET ARTICLES (JLWAYS ON tf 1ND.

,r SIBS ELIZA:1'II: IIA!. IS. Local Editor Mr. L. W. Fenneil, the Alachua ling' American Notes. 1 date of sale. No high: prices ex{:ected.

sheriff, i is in Ocala and a guest of the Come, examiueaud take choice.
The dub's meeting next week will your Give me a call when in need of anything in my line. I guarant+w
I ABOUT TOWN.Mr. Montezuiuu.Mr. be Settlements cannot 1 he made nor animals } to give you satisfaction on every article ibouijht her., As to npropose ...... I
with :
i HAPPENINGS Mi.s Sara aud1: iliS'iolet ; i standing strictly on what the came ANTIMONOPOLYwould
t delivered during progress of sale, indicate Yours for btisines.
I -- Henry Histruuk left Tuesdayfor Harris and Kipling's Note will beconcluded. ,
I but will be immediately afterward.
I II. R. 6. Hall i ii visiting JacksonTille. Galbraith Springs, Tenn., where I J. W. CASTEL Prop.'CANOPIES.
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be will spend. a mouth. After the meeting the members adjourned Z. C. Chan)bliss, ; .

- to the home of Mr. W. IJ.I ijJ F !ii .!!Iil! e& !!W'L8P'!!
G4iof'Jville is erecting s Second Mr. I). :S. Woodrow returned Tuesday Jewett j Ocala, Fla
they had been invited .
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Advent church. afternoon from a visit to his j -- .
:Mr. - .
by Jewett
Stephen to eat jcupperuoug j Progressive Flinch Party.

Mists Lillie Bailey wtutto. Seabreeze: wife and daughter at Seabreeze. grape. All repared to the Friday afternoon Mrs. William MO IIO

grape arbor and enjoyed ihisdelicious Anderson entertained a few friends
visit. :
I.'I Tuesday for a short Mrs. A. ft. iateaand won returned I Ii

Tuesday afternoon from t fabreeze, I fruit immensely. This was quite a i informally at progressive! flinch com- :. C !

The hotwls&rrhuvluga good trade treat and I the club are greatly iudfbt- I. Alimentary to :llr-! John Doggett, of ,; .
where they have spent l the past five '
considering the sea'on.sirs. weeks. eg to Mr. Jewett. | Jacksonville, who is visiting Mrs. i i iClarem'f .. '. ....& >jyNickel,? plated.
------- Camp. The: aft.-ruoou was j ; '; '
Hulz-l\IllIrf is visiting her Mr. Erufst J. Crank returned Tuesday Fishermen Returned. vi>ij "- .' Patent frame
a very pleasant one. The prize was '
daughter, Mri." Vernou Clyatt. afternoon from a ten day's vacation After a ten days outing, which 'wan f v.' /. .Plain net and.
!, cut for by several ladies and was wou '
', which he spent very pleasantly immensely enjoyed, a jolly party of vT-V-V- with lace
Hon. W. H. Ellis is checking up by :Miss Minnie Gams-by. "
I I at Seabreeze.The fishermen, consisting of Dr. '''tn. I .' I3obinct .
the officers of Altchua county.Mr. Discharged.Mr. !
Anderson, Judge W. B. Bullock, :Mr. '
I I steamboat Wm. Howard, the John Brown, who was up before IIt j \ Plain and l ace
Neil Weathers is temporarily Harry Clarkson and, Banker Z. (,'. .......
largest boat that ever plied the Ocklli1 commissionerviiuams.. chargedwith
working in the clerk's office. Chambliss, returned Tuesday. j trimmed.
1 waha river, j is now making two trips violating section 2461 of the revised '
Dr. Anderson and Mr. Cham bliss) I
6omeof our citizen* are going and I per week. statutes of the Uuuited States, |I! OCilA FURNITURE CO.
are both bragging about the big tarpon -_ _
tome returning from the sea shore. Cutting timber on government land, i H- =-7 .-y
)Ir.1.. W. Wooding, ol Gainesville they successfully landed. was discharged without prejustice as I E. C. SMITH, Prop.
Mr. 0. W. went to Sea- These gentlemen j
Reagan say they enjoyed
of the Southern
agent Express
the evidence was all in his favor. Mr. j
breeze a short while. every minute of the time and !
Tuesday! to spend their
company, is spending a few days on Brown is from Levy county. I

Mr. W.1.. Ross the phosphate business in this city. bronzed and rugged appearance show
Bad for Scandal Lovers. THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA:
that they have done some good fish
minor,is a guest at the Ocala House. The DeLand News says it learns
Dr. J. W. Castell has purchased the ing and good eating.
from good authority that the Stetson-
Mr. J. R. Moorehead and children Edwards house on South Second
Ex-policeman H.
McDavid and Forbes difficulties have been settled ,
street from Mr. J. J. Tillis and will' .
have South Carolina for a {
gone Mr. F. O. Reagan, are greatly improving F out of court-that both sides have I (EXCLUSIVELY FOR MALES.)
i soon move into the same.
month. I
ir I their homes by having their] practically agreed to settle their differences i TWENTIETH YEAR. .

Mrs. Frost has gone to Palatka to I Mr. Louis J. Brush, a prominent I II fences and outhousesfhite washed. by arbitration. t BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22, 1903. .

spend several weeks with her daughter certainly would improve looks of I
I citizen of Jacksonville spending a The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
f SEVEN FOUR-YEAR COURSES-Agriculture, Chemistry, Civil KM*.
Mrs. Crook. if the
Herbert things property owners in that
few days in Ocala. He is registeredat Ed Carmichael will be pleased to
; neering, Mechanical Engineering! General Science, Latin tk-ience, Clmxrfoi,
the Montezuma.Mr. part of the city would follow the example learn that they have decided to return Two years' course; Mechanic Arts. One years'course in Business: or Ht..-(c-
:\lrs.1tIa'o and Miss Jennie Mayo I of these gentlemen and I raphyand Typewriting. A preparatory course of one or two ytaw, w required
have gone to Jacksonville to visit and Mrs. W. P. Edwards inovd use to this city and live here permanentlyafter for those;; destringsuch preparation. A short course of fiv* weHu ta
white wash.
Strangers in our town several mouths residence in Or Agriculture or Horticulture. Post-Graduate courses are also otfmd.
Mr. Ben )Iay Tuesday into their home on Pine would have a better opinion of the The dormatories are under the immediate supervision of instructor, .**.
lando. They will occupy their pretty make every efiort to infuse into the students a spirit which lead to hlifb
street, which they recently purchasedfrom
W.\nED-Live cat squirrels. Call I north end. home on Ft. King avenue. mental, moral and physical development. Fine Gymnasium, regulative MM
on C. J. Jenkins, at Strauss' bar Mr. Josiah Yarn. corrective gymnastics required of all: students. Fine modern building* n..i
Mr. J. B. Greiner, of Anthony, was Mrs. J. F. Edwards has returned I first class equipment. r

room. 11 w d-- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williamson returned among; the welcome visitors to our home. Since returning from the TCITIOFREE TO FLOItID.1 STUIICAT.V .NO I'lIIX:

Miss Jane Taylor, after a pleasantvisit Tuesday from their summer sanctum Saturday. He knows how north she has been visiting her I' For Catalog,AddressT.

to friends in Ocala, has returned outing, which was very pleasantly to make a newspaper man happy: and daughter, Mrs. T. B. Stringfellow in K.| TALIAFERRO, C. E. Ph. D., President.

\ to her home at Largo. spent at Goodall. puts his knowledge into practice. Jacksonville. j Lake City, plo.

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During the next 30 days we will close out the Alliance Store Stock of




I As stock must be sold by Sept ist. Come.at once, everybody, while the the stock is unbroken. The prices we will. name will make you buy

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Capt. W. f: Fosuot, of Lake Weir, '. BECOMES ELOQUENT. fLORID 'S STEADY GROWTH- DO YOU KNOW? I II!I Celery Crowing Near Sanford. I --

was in Ocala'yesterday.Mrs. I i i County Commissioner H. H. Chap-I I Watch the Kidney

i Diversity of Cropa and New Citrus pell, of Sauford, FU., writes as follows -
J. Burnett returned yesterday! To the Editor of the Ocata; Banner I I

fro-u a few day's visit to relatives in SENATOR TALIAFERRO PAYS ELOQUENT Groves Bringing: Prosperity. Do you know that this question of : WHEN THEY ARC AFFECTED Lift ||
j i l "At my leisure I have made sine IN DANCE
South Carolina. Information sent out from Washington the right of women to self) -govern. ,
TRIBUTE TO ST. AUGUS i celery ligrres for my own information, i iI
respecting the development of moot is one which is commanding ]I A WORD 0' WU.llla
The Daughters of the Confederacy TINE. 1 and as they may interest you, I will
Ii_ Florida's argricultural resources i is of the attention of the whole civilized
; were entertained at their regular i give them below. They. are from Dr. ACEBXKTHT, the great
t, the most encouraging kind. It seems world. The women of Scotland, Ireland tW
meeting Friday afternoon by Mr ,1| R. I actual measurements : physician and torgeoo, wtllphytlciacs tttas; ..&.II
that the outlook for the next and Wailes vote ution the
orange may
f. G. Blake.! On account of the rain the Extols Her Heroes and Tells How i "One measured quartered-acre produced BOUnded word t/ sir.."
crop is much better than it was a few same terns as men in all elections I the medical prcfoeaioo sod to all mss
tl meeting was not s'ollargely] attended They Have Made Florida 400( crate, sold for ;73o, and ..
i weeks ago. Then the drought threat. except that of members of parlia when he uttered the word S'..A4j..
,i as usual but was a very pleat one. Illustrious. four crates that sold for ; iU" These when .'
; tkiy trt t/n rf
i, ehed to cut it short in some sections.It men t. i Jtf, 4is
i four crates were consigned by express I danger."
Jlr. Eugene H. Cox, our popular -- is estimated that the: crop this year Do you know that iu England the
!1 on account of cutting over the M( I It Is the duty of t ieae tMgwt to kn
young pharmacist, who recently purchased was about 1,000,01) K() boxes greater than House of Commons-Jbaa: three times recorded oar blood strained of puisoauui
Senator Taliaferro, who recentlygave crate carload ; one crate to Orlando, tapv&
i a line drug tore at Kant Point that of last year, and that it brought itself in favor of full suffrage that are capable cl catuiog i&. teal htjforms t
the :! J2.: This made for the acre
a loving cup as a prize to quarter
Atlanta .left Tuesday for that than for mould be of dis 4e""k Wlen lhr du bet
I near considerably more i$2,000,111)( women and that it now u*
j state troops, was made an honorary *Vi crates, selling for J73.S.47. form Heir work properly, th
a tnxttt
place. Gene's many Ocala friends Many new trees are coming into established but for the hereditaryaud I d
I. '- member of the St. Augustine; Rifles, j "Eight rows out of a field where it tome form is lure to follow toners q Ufct
It t Ik regret very much to hue him. bearing every year, and it will t>e progressive House of Lords? I ,
and if neglected death will fuliuw
acre ,
and in accepting the honor wrote the required fifty rows to make an
larger than it was prior to the great Do you know that the women of Some of the matt Imporunt .
I j r Mr. Duke Lofton, of Miami, is :in following very eloquent letter in yielded ;3 IB crates, sold for $"68. One ,.?..
freeze, which practically destroyed Australia, numbering 800,000) the are, aching in the back Of pips inttta
i t the city on a visit to friends. Mr. L. which he pays a graceful tribute to i of the eight rows! yielded twenty ankles
I moo, of the orange groves. It is pre- women of the Isle of Man aud New poffions nodrr the eyes, dry g
I formerly lived in this city, but for the the military heroes and martial gloryof eight crates, sold for $63. or at the furred tongue, noaatonJ tptit "4
dicted that within two years the crop Zealand, enjoy full suffrage upon the
: I past five or six years' has been a successful the Ancient City: : rate of g3V;D her acre. These eight great th1n ,wt'akneu and luw of .,[feedlme&t
will 2,000,000 boxed greater than same terms: as men and the women of
business man in the Queen Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 15, 1 903. ; rows were planted in the old brick or eloadlaett! la the ark {rt.
Masters the crop of this year. Sweden and Norway, with a slight nest of the kID or 'troc{ penptrU s
Captain Eugene St. Augus-
t City of the East Coast. He will take beds, that were very rich.
tine Rides, St. Augustine, Florida. Of course we do not say that the property qualification may vote in all disorder of tt* ttoouch tad UTK,
# to Montgomery Atlanta and "This makes total for
a trip I my figure AU th. above do
MY DEAR CAPTAIN:-I have received freeze was a blessing in disguise, but elections except members of parliament lye pto ni not if/
other cities before returning home. with I three acres 30 .'> crates, bringing In any one cue,tad all lSdA j tilt! ,
a together a
if it had not been for that disaster it ?
copy of resolutions passed at a meeting : $61' 75.! I will venture the assertion Till not present the urn ijaftooi
Citizens' from the western portion of is doubtful if Florida would be pro- Do you know that the women of There U nothIng tint 10
of your company in electing me that this is the largest small crop that qukU u4

the county complain of the roads an honorary member, and I now hope ducing as much as she is. Having Wyoming have voted upon the same I I! was ever harvested in Florida." onsets makes the kldoeyt ritM u f cuffEjDJTEiCrfiB.

being blockaded with fallen trees, that each of you will accept this expression lost their groves the people had to do terms since IbflO; the women of Col. I ItUaprepanttoeoftU

of them been in this as a token of high for the of Utah i last known remedies used ty &to. w vrtfi'
home' having my appreciation something a living, and they oradasiuvelbtft: ; women Boy Cured of Colic After Physicians : celebrated
most Uoh..Pf'dalilta. It h
condition for several weeks, and no of the honor you have done turned their attention to pineappleand and Idaho since 1S*> and that the Treatment Had Failed.
endorsed by physlcUu sad sued bj tfce+

'.4 attempt being: made to clear them. me.When in St. Augustiu recently I truck farming. There is an immense universal testimony is that it has resulted -i My boy when four years old was. land3. It Me raved runy Uvet.M.iB.it .

the of thosein devoted It in both the taken with colic and cramps in his. cannot hopeJna CUM It trill
This negligence on part examined with interest the Confederate ; area! to pineapple great good to wo- I core prevent
stomach. I sent for the doctor and be :
charge should be looked into by the monument in the Plaza, and isolated that the shipments this year men and the sUte? fatal kidney trvaUee uA ftv rkf
injected morphine, but the child kept in the but tta" of di
even ft << kidney ****
proper authorities. noted that in the marble wa chiseled have reached 2,000,000( boxes and that Do you know that the movementfor getting worse. I then gave hi.u halfa

--- a long list of namesot St. Augustine'ssons. the average price received is J3.00: J lr women suffrage is only one phaseof tea.oonful of Chamberlain's! Colic Postotlice Irug Mor-

A new dining roum is being built to It impressed me that St.: Augustine -
box. the eternal welfare of all the centuries Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
the Royal Palm hotel at Miami, the bad been no iaggaml in responding Uroteaatonal.m .
hour he
half and
in an was sleeping .
to the call of I recall Florida railroads get a great deal for human liberty?
duty. - -
j present dining room not being surlici- i soon recovered. L. Wilkins, Shell
too that it was St. Augustine that more freights from her soil: now than Do you know that, while womenare i E. BIGGS
ently Urge to aoconudutethe grow- i Lake, \Vi& Mr. Wilkin i bookkeeper
gave us Kirby .Smith and Loring, they did oefore the freeze. Florida ruled) out the highest intelligenceand I for the Shall Lake Lumber Co. For -
ing number of tourists, who visit whose followers endured ATTOK.\EY-AT.LAW.
weary cam- peaches this year are excellent, and morality will never be fully represented : sale by all druggists and medicine (Office m Gaty.loJMw Mca I
ilNr Miami each year. The new dining paigns with no murmur of di ;con- i
they are bringing high price. Flor m any community in its law, !' dealers' mAll OCALA rt. MM.
room will be completed in time: for lent, and treattod'the song of the mmle i -- --- --
and the scream of the shell as jests of ida's strawberries are, the finest on the since intelligence and morality must Aboard f;>r' .p""u Sorda.i 11 D
r the opening of next season. Ft"LLEa.-
the camp fire. The ancestors of some market, and hence are a very profit- always be averaged at the ballot box Advices received here announce DRJTTOTOerMoaroe&CkMBMwltok.

A cruel whipping of thejlfrail convict of you served against Mexico, I have able crop. It is unnecessary to with ignorance awl immorality ? It 1 that, besides the senatorial caudii Onto, n..
no doubt others against the Seminoles r
Mimie DeCris, in X Georgia ; enumerate the fruits and vegetables is plain that wherever intelligenceand i date, the following di tinguiHl1edgenUi'weu --- -- --
in winning Florida from the I y. THOMPSON
:the to which Florida farmers morality i ignorance 1 be iu Punta J _
prison recently, may cause pas- wilderness; and your fathers, I know are now predominate over expect to

luge of a law against suihjljunishmcnt : too, did heroic deeds under the stars giving attention, but the number is and immorality, the trend of i, Gorda on the great 5ih; : Office over PHYSICIAN Tet-pot Grocery.OCALA.AND,Opi\if'IGIIOII, M--t,

,to for femal-j convicts. It shouldbe and bars. It seems that there has large, and the amount of money received civilization must. be upward, and Congressman rsparkiuan ; Senator PLA.
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I the law everywhere.-Metropolis. been no war since the .:change flag, for them promises to make hiuce women can otter a higher perCent 1 Brown, of Marion, candidate for governor L'UWIN SPF.NCKIL
,".. in which St. Augustine has not done .54
Florida one of the richest states in of morality, and certainly au ; Senator Broome, of Gadsedu! -
i Foley'a ki luny Cure will cure atsediaet I even more than her full duty. The ATTO KX KY-A T-LA W.
the Union. Savannah New equal amount of intelligence with candidate for of Hon.
dUorded chivalry of her ancient history has I secretary ; OCALA. rfT .LCiIM.
from kidneys
s arising it deiuou,tratiou to Robert McNamee of -- --- ..
doubtless defended as a I legacy to men, n-quires i Uillaborougb,
bladder. PMlol11'e Drug Store Ill' K. CH15K.
or each Mucreerlillg generation. It is no John Sk.!Un Williams Writes Hope- show that women will help to make I I presumptive candidate for congress; H -

Mr. W.D.Graham, route agent of surprise, therefore, that the sons of fully.Mr. the world better. I Cols.V.. F. Stoval? editor of the DKKTUtT.OCVbA.
such soldiers followed Lee and J 'I..
the Southern Express Company ;fort EL.VOEA B.\l 'O"h. : Tamp Tribune,and John LaFontUse, -----
Jackson, and Kirby Hmith and Lor- John kelton Williams, president t L. sISTKO.NK.
the0caladistrict, left yesterdayon: a tI j city editor of the Jacksonville Timesj CARLOS
ing, should "fall in" with eager rta- of the Searbourd Air Line, rail-
Teun. The Will of the Ut Job & Lu:. j Uniol with host of othersi ATTOaNEI-AT.LAW.
Ltsiot-Hs trip to Chattanooga, | ponse to the call for volunteers in together a
way, in reply to general inquiries as Room Masonic Build.. Owl Pie
From that point he will; join MIT. that recent war whose sequel waswritten Information is received from St. I i prominent in the political unsocial 4
to crop prospeetsand the outlook for -
by tbe men of true aim behind Augustine that the will of the late
Graham at Asheville for ten days I and social circles of the state.
business in the south writes follows i iI -. '
a.- '
the at Santiago and Manila -
ten they will return to Ocala. During John G. Long will be probateJ in Ine Tampa) Triuuue of WedUf."dayI : !
Bay. And so impressed by these : 1
Mr. Gnham's absence the com that city and it is not believed that it i I I says: Every politician In Tampa Npreparing.for :,.
matters of history, I could not treat <4)lyVice:-! from along the line of 2rA3\ .

pany's business will be in charge! of lightly:: the honor you do me in writ- our road in the seven bOuthl'TII'i'tl1te8 will be conteated'by the heirs at law. I trip to Punta Gorda on : 1

Mr. M. W. Wooding, of Gain villp. iug my name on the scroll of soldiery The will provides that the income of the 25th.Punta Gorda Herald. .? ,
traversed by this system indicate thatpresent i ::( 7t
of St. Augustine. I therefore thank certain properties at St. Augustine Q R
Mr. Jules Krauskoff) who owns a coDilitioua Hardwoods in. tfta Philippines. .
i you, each one and all, for the compliment prosperous are shall go to Robert btickuey for life r -.....,. "_

nice farm near Ocala, happened to an you so gracefully and generously likely to be accentuated) rather than snd of other property shall go to An ex-soldier who accompanied the t

accident Tuesday at Starke in which bestow. I hope to have the pleasure ; diminished as a result of big crops, His first American expedition of 1902 to g
Percy Stickney. Washington
of meeting all at no distant "
\ his left arm was broken and :several you good prices and thejjsteady development the lake country of Mindanao Islandin -. .;
day, for I have been told that you are property goes to Miss Alice Stiekuey.He .
of his fingers 1IIjurpd..Mr. Kraus- which is going 'on. Unless! we a letter to the Woodworker says
aim for
young men with as true an gives certain property to his sisterat

kofTs arm was set by a physician at the high purpose and duties of life as have unforseen set backs, the growing St. Augustine for life and it is af I there are some of the richest of 6

B'&rke and the break was so serious your aim will be found true, either on cotton 'rop, in view ofJthe increased terward to go her daughter. In addi woods all along the trail. There are

that it took two hours to set it. He the field of battle or in friendly com- I ebony valuable
acreage and the generous use I mahogany dyewoods
petition.I tion he gives hi sister, Mrs. Quigley, ROLJL.S FROM Only tlM t.e.t
was able yesterday to be taken to his have the honor to be, with regards of fertilizers, will probably exceed annuity. To bis brothers, James I and an endllib variety of minor OHROVKN n>*(trt4 .***

home in Savannah. raised in the species of woods Some of the trees Into the ova Mtfouly
any crop
and wishes
best and Stephen, he gives $-500 .in cash U*

Sincerely yours, south, and owing to the world's de- and certain stocks The balance of 'j grow straight up to great heights and
Mr. George Wallace. a prominent BEST BREAD
merchant of Braidentown formerlyof JAS. P. TALIAFERRO. mand for the raw cotton and its I present his property is-to be sold and the pro. I[ these are used for flag poles and for

Notice of Teachers Examination. scarcity, she stands a good chanceof coeds divided Mrs. Quigley i masts for native crafts. Americans rolls out. It U delightfully.p Mi
ths! city, is visiting in Ocala. He among I wholesome. A few titoM bunted w a
realizing from this crop IOOOOO-, :are going to get out this valuable
The regular September examination and and the
says that south Florida is prospering! James Stephen Long mesh in itself and alauxn M ottntMM

L in lei-pa and bounds and that the for teachers will commence the 000) ) more than it ever realized from a widow of hk deceased brother, Geo. timber some day and export it. Meanwhile as meat.

Orders for Itrecd, etc, can to **
the so-called lowest of
8th day of Sept. 19o3' and continuefor cotton crop before. Long. species
groves there look like they did here, I satisfactorily tilled byBENUS'
i! lumber workers, the natives of the
four days. "In Florida is active aud
Lake Weir before
at Orange Lake and
The examination for whites will the outlook bright. The Florida' orange i country, are Sitting and hacking, but BAKERY
the great: disaster.fcMr.! Wallace
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
commence at 9 o'clock in the High crop is now assured'and it is \ in years could hardly touch one per .
says that south Florida is rapidlyjfill-! and Don't Know it.
School building and for colored at the estimated that! the yield :this: season ;;i cent,, of the available lumber grow I
with settlers and that there
ing up is llCIVEB
To Find
the-suitable for the -lf'EJ. J
frame hour in Howard Academy will be 2,">00,000 boxes, against! 1,200-: lumber markets ana
money to be made there in land Fill! a bottle or common glass with your i' .

speculations or in all lines of legiti building.One OoO last year, and the new trees which water and let it stand twenty-four :hours; a of the world.
sediment or seta -
mate tnde. dollar will be charged each .I will come into beariug next year will, rte. tling indicates an Positively Last Notice.

examinee according to law to pay the I it is estimated, bring the yield for unhealthy condition i All '
The Lyceum Association.Mr. of the kidneys < persons required, eitner under
grading committee and of 1004 to S.oW.OOO boxes. kt !
expenses: up if it
; stainsyour old laws of
the the last
J. J. Gerig, with his usual de. \W or legislature, '
the examination. Examinees will "The experimental farms which ."' '' linen it is who are required to take out an occui 'FUNERALDIRECTORS.,
termination to do things to brightenour evidence f kid
supply themselves:: with fools cap or have been inaugurated on different jU fFf" ney trouble! ; too l'ation'11licen..e must do so by the Ii I

social life in Ocala is now engagedin legal cap paper, pens and ink. portions, of our system are furnishing _.! :; )f""\ frequent desire; to i first of September next. A failure to i::

an effort to organize a lyceum -_ pass it cr pain in do so will compel 1 the county judge .
W. D. l'RSUl't.. practical demonstrations to settlers of ---- the back is also: !
course here for the comingiiwinter se\"erallocali- convincing prod that the kidneys and blad- [ and tax collector to report the delinquents -
the advantages ofjthel: ;
cured Without the Aid of der to the state's r -
I season. Oysentry a are out cf order. : attorney for suet

Doctor."I ties, and I received only] recently a What to Do. action by him as the law direct*. Hate atolUioct of c.u, 'eet.U. u. ......
= Mr. Gerig that the lyceumjat- There BDIU ......
says is comfort in the o every 4eael1uHal
am just up from a bard spell of rather interesting report showing that knowledge so Please spar us this unpleasant duty bar-AI.en eaEmbalming
often that
expressed Dr.
tractions for the next season are vastly the flux" (Dysentery) says Mr. T. A. there has been in the past twelve Root the great kidney remedy Kilmer's ulfJls Swamp-every but none the less a duty. Lawyers,

better than for previous andif Pinner well known merchant of wish in doctors dentists real to Order.STANLEY'S .
any year a months an advance fourfold; in the curing rheumatism pan in the estate agents,

a hundred names can be secured the Drunmiond, Tenn. "I used one man back, kidneys, liver bladder! aad every part: (all persons Dandling rtal estate for a -
price of lands in fcthe vicinity of one cf the urinary passage. It corrects Inability: ,
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera commission for sale of
same, are construed BUSINESS &4LLEIE.THOMASYIItE .
consist of
course will eight attractions to hold water and scalding pain in :ig '
and Diarrhoea Remedy and was of the e experimental stations( in the pass 1 to be agents and
# i It, or bad effects following use of liquor, subject to pay
including such lecturers! as the 'I'
cured without hating a doctor. I i Carolinas. I also Ireceivedl a report wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant fora license,) merchants, phosphate GA

: llev. Thomas Dixon and others whose consider it the best cholera medicinein necessity of being compelled to go often plants Mills .
recently of the rssult of4the trucking turpentine saw: mills, We ttetd more young uirn t<> ..pply
the and
during day, to
fame is national.A the world." There is no need of get up many times crate factories aud others
: are subject the demaodt crude uf<"
season in a certain locality, which during the night. The mild and the extra- ul-'O|
A talk with Mr. Gerig will convince employing a doctor when this remedyis ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon to a license tax. competent boofck[.r. sod

you that it is to your interest to enroll used, for bowel complaint in any spoke of the experience of lone farmer realized. It stands the highest for its won- Will be glad to give any informa feieuograpfa r.. If you will P..I four

form either for children or adults. It whose ehipmen slof| strawberries for derful cures of the most distressing cases.If tion. Call at once. school within Ibis ..t 1M
your name as a member of the as- you need a medicine you should have the u
never fails and is pleasant to take. six consecutive days this] season had E. L.
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes. days pur.vv one <>r a ..
8OCi tion. See him and get further For sale by all druggists: and medicine averaged him S5.000 per day." You may have a sample: bottle cf this County Tax Collector. prtscritx couriw slid -w..

information in regard to the lyceum dealert m wonderful discovery ,.- : R. BfLLOCK, County Judge. S 13 3t wl ce? full y coaipfct HBI .t wd
and a book that tells '
: course. Picnic at Lover's Lane. Cure. *i y :3:?: - place you lu a po.tli'.IJ, Tw.
a Foley's Kidney more about it.both sent Et -----
To the Editor; of the Ocala Banner. absolutely free by mail .. I ;;,. ," above otter. ofa outs IH**

When you ;want a physic that is Remember the picnic at Lover's Will cure Bright'sDisease.: address Dr. Kilmer fit Romeof 8ampRootCo. ; FOLEUIIONEYANDTAR sons of good ebftnHrtr ud Correct

mild and gentle, easy to take and Will Diabetes. .. Binghamton N.Y. When writing men. I
Lane near Citra, next Friday, August cure tops the>cough and habiu. COllie t<> .W. IN Nonce
ken reading this offer in this h.alalung,
certain to act, always use Chamber generous paper..
28. and full Will bare Stone in Bladder. 1--- or fur full iuf<>rujtu>e address
'. lains Stomoch and Liver Tablets. For Everybody come bring a
sale: by all druggists and medicine basket. There will be plenty of refreshments Will cure Kidney and Bladder FOLEYSHONHMARCures .iwre..x.e.. '_, --JPn'ltJoJ

dealers. m on the ground. disease. Postoffice Drug Store m Ccldsj Prevent Pneumonia. i m 'V.l'iNOY ,3.10J 0. W. H. STANLEY

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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.


uu JLBASST3 BA llS. Laval Ziitor Mr.and Mrs. O. M. Eaton are now j NORTH AND SOUTH UNITED. A Delightful Party.
=== 'I occupying the water works cottage at | Thursday night Mrs. Rooert G. S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN j the corner of Routh Fifth street and A Pretty Marriage Ceremony-A Blake entertained a few friends very

'I ,Orange avenue, I fMr Southerner Steals A Northern charmingly in honor of the Presbyterian S. A. STANDLEY & CO

church choir. Mrs. Blake ably
W. H. Powers i is now visiting Bride.
Dr. and Mis. Oeo. F. Williams and
Laconia Saint James chucrli assisted in looking after the pleasureof
at8Aluda, X. C. children returned Monday from Sea
which has been the scene of many the guests. About an hour was Livery Feed and Sale Stables
breeze where have
they been ,
Sunday at spending ,
Mr CUtfton Camp spent |I important social matrimonial functions devote to music vocal and cornet
I I a few weeks.
Beach31t. spins, duets, etc. the choir acd by.
Atlantic! this season, was again crowdedthis by ,
D. W. Davis has"gone to New Mr. Jim Pyles is now running bag- morning. This time Lake City leSr5.Ibl'rt Gerig and Ray Al-

York on a business visit. gage master between Ocala and society gathered at the church at S:30 worth. This part of the entertainment We carry the most completeline

Homosassa. He made his first run o'clock to witness the marriage ceremony was very enjoyable. of Harness, Saddles, etc '

J.G. Spurlm has gone 10 Alabama Monday of George Crawford Pasteur After the music the guests all as-
in central Florida, and will give
&spend several weeks.Mrs.2. of Ocala, Fla., and Miss Edith Pau sembled to the yard, where for aboutan

has Mr. Harvey Whetstone made a line Harder, only daughter of James hour amid much merriment pro our patrons the very lowest _
C. Chambliss gone to r
score of 22 at the bowling alley Monterday. -
several weeks. P. Harder, of this city. The church gressive anagrams were played. The prices. We are thoroughly % .
to spend
Inland This i is the highest record
honor of winning the greatest numberof
was handsomely decorated with
that has been made. equipped for fitting out turpen-
(:sptRoseetil Lelievezl that sugarcane streamers of goldenrod, potted plants games fell to the lot of Mrs. Lap-

will make Florida famous.: Rev. Father Bottalascio left Mon- and cut tlowers. The nuptial Knot ham, Dr. Lindsay and Mr. Martin. tine and lumber teams, gear

thtngtoselltellthepeoplethroughtheoolumsoftheOcalaB today for Sew York. From there be was tied by the Rev. J. M. McGrath. The two gentlemen withdrew in favorof wagons, etc.
llfyouba will bail for Europe and will spend; of Detroit, Mich., assisted by the Rev. 1f rs. Lapham! and she wa awarded"A
a nIl -
several mouths at his old home in i. H. Sharpley, pastor of the church. Striking Girl" as a souvenir of a We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

tI'. Italy. The bride was given away by her very delightful evening. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons. 'l

The press of the state continues ret- Mrs. JacK Camp and infant son father and wore a handsome tailor Delicious tutti fruti and crullers
North Side Court Hou-e. Ocala. 1'la
?rent about "Our BobV" .viMt to have returned from a visit of several made gown of royal blue. She was were then served and after more

Went Florida. months with Mrs. Camp's relatives in attended by the Misses Lillian and music the guests departed for their
r[ E
Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. Camp went Minnie Libby as bridesmaids, who several homes.
is back from
J. B. Cutler
jj. up to Jacksonville and accompaniedthem were attired in dainty white silk Those present were Dr. and Mrs W. % WWW' ;
Springs and is spending Bund %
White home. muslin with girdles of soft white C. Liuds!.y, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Martin

j in Ocala. liberty silk, black chiffon picture Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mr.
Quick Relief For Asthma Sufferers.Foley' OM lERCl AL L M. KILL
)(rs. C. J. Phillips and children returned Honey and Tar affords im hats and carried trailing bouquets of and Mrs. J. M. Benton, Mr. and Mrs. 1

Saturday from a visit to relativea pink roses. Harry Lapham, Mr. !and Mrs. R. R
mediate relief to asthma sufferers in
Willbton.Mrs. The best man was Deacon T. Chase Phillips, of Reddick, Mr. J. J. Gerig,
at the worst stages and if taken in time [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]
will affect a cure. Postoffce Drug and Berie Tibbetts acted as usher. Mr. R C. Al'Gorthliss Florence
Davis and children
D. Store. m The happy couple left on the 9 o'clock Crook, Miss Sara Harris and Miss CAPITAL, S OOOO
Seabreeze to spend a
have gone to Mr. John F. Dunn, an old Ocala boy train south fora two week's weddingtour i Vioiet Harris. ,,
abort vhile.
. who now lives in Baltimore, is visiting during which they will visit Stolen. j
Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Elicited.
The Alliance Store has been rented here for a short time. He is at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, The following articles were stolen Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care. J

I to new parties and a new business present the guest of his uncle, Mr. H. Albany and Norfolk, after which they from me at my home in Kendrick, Exchange Bought and Sold. J
I I Ji
Till goon be opened in it. t ttn. I G. Ea leton. will take up their residence: at Ocala, Fla several days ago : One P. S.

Fla., where the groom is in business, Bartlett gold filled watch, 17 jewels. INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS ;,
and D. W. Mr. R. A. Burford left Monday for
ILL Anderson ( M52765 No.4S44729 .
and which is also the former home of IUOVeUll'nt0. 1 cage ,

DiTb pent Sunday at Atlantic Waycrcss, where he will be joined the bride. screw hack, with gold curb 1

tomorrow by Mrs. Burford. Together chain ; one 15k gold ring; one three-
Bach The the recipients -
young people were -
blade knife, with W. B
pocket name
will Mo. -
they go to Anapolis, to -
Mrs. H. S. Chambers returned yes. of many costly and exquisite Smith, KeLdrick, Fla.. in handle;

terday afternoon from a short visit to visit their son, R. A. Burford, jr. gift, excluding cut glass! hand painted one greenish colored coat with red The Ocala Seed. Stores
They will afterwards visit Niagara
Seabreeze. china, silver and point lace. thread running through. Theee
Falls, New York and other places. goods: are supposed to hive been Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
Mrs. Pasteur's departure from
Mri Frank A. Teague and childreu stolen by Dan Farmer, a negro of the
have returned from a two week's visit( George R. McKeau. a prominent Ltconia will be sincerely regretted, following description, who i H now be glad to serve its customers in any way possibleIf

young man of Oculo, is a guest of the as she was one of the most popular thought to be making his way to we don't carry in our line what you want send
Worthington Springs. North Carolina. Over six feet tall,
Dt oto during a brief business visitto young women in the city -Laconiacor.tManchesterN. sleek black, black fingers; with white to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no

W "TED.-An industrious married H.Uniou _. nails, sharp mouth and muffle jw,
the city. Mr. McKeau has sawmill ; ( ) Aug. matter what it be. l
ftet badly swollen with dropsy. may
white to farm on shares, everything -
nun ( )
and other interests andis
near Ocala's Mercantile Emporium? Information leading to the recovcry
furnished, reference required. of the and arrest of thief BAXTER CARN Manager.
well known here as one of the mot property ,
7 :i if ALLEN RODUERS. There U one thing that Ocaliansare will be compensated! for by under- 1

pramisiugyoungmen of.the state.I .- signed. Write or telegraph.: 1a
: always proud of, especially when .. -
Miss Emma Barber has gone to I Tampa Tribune. W. B. SMITH,
they visit our neighboring cities and
Alabamand Kentucky to spend her S 21 Itw Kendrick, Fla. 9
"I hud diabetes in its: worst form,' make comparisons, and that i H the '
. vacation of several months. Death of Mrs. Crutchfield.Mrs. THE CLUB H01JSE.
writes. Manoij Lee, of Dunreath. Ind. mercantile houses of our city.
Elizabeth Virginia Crutch tleld I
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Bidulph and "I tried eight physicians without re- We have a number of concerns in
the homeof
died Monday afternoon at
sonof Plant City, are vUitm Mrs. lief. Only three bottles of Foley's Ocala that would do credit to a place
her Mr. Chas. Crutchfield, on
Bidulph's brother, Mr. K. G. Klake. Kidney,Cure made mt a well man. five times: the size of Ocala, and son, Cuisine First Class Rates ReasoQable.Refurlis .3
after few
North Magnolia street, a
Postoftice Drug .Store. among these U the dry goods store: of i
Mr. and Mrs. J. Blarr Sternburger days illness. j
Hheinliuer and Co., whose advertise
and baby hare gone to the mountainsof Dr. S. H. Blitch. of Blitchton, has The deceased was horn in Knoxville, ed I roug out. Special Rates by Month.
ment will be seen on the fourth page
North Carolina to spend several purchased a residence lot on Ft. King of today's paper. Ga., seventy five years ago, and has 1J

seeks.31r. avenue in what is known as the Gary been living in Ocala about a year.
They are now getting rid of their
grove and will soon erect a handsome She leaves two daughters and a son,
.Alexandel of Oxford,
Holly, summer goods preparatory to putting
and home. Everybody is delighted that Mrs. T. W. Watson, of Ft. Valley, IRS. .
formerly a prominent merchant in the largest stock of fall and
Dr. Blitch is soon to become a perment Ga. and Malinda R. Crutchfield and
firmer of Eureka, paid this office a winter dress goods that they have ,
citizen of Ocala.In Chas. Crutchfield, of this city. I,
pleasant call Monday.Mr. ever carried.
The remains were interred in the Z": :d I = RI
the Times-L'nion's contest the Rheinauer and Company have f
H. L. Carter of Jacksonvill, the old cemetery two a'clock Monday
leading candidates last week were the within the past few years built up a
popular representative of the McMillan afternoon Rev. L. B. Warren of the I WE EAT MEAT I
following: West Coast division, Miss mail order business all over Florida I
Brothers, is spending a few daysin Baptist church, delivering the funeial |
Agnes! Rogers, of St. Petersburg; East that would be a surprise to the s *\ To grow strong. Unless we get $
Ocala. services at the .
Coast division, Miss Lillian Thomas, average citizen were the figures given gra.e.The ,2: good meat we may as "-ellitt IJj
Banner extends its symyathyto "
Mr. W. Z. Atkins, of the Cason of Jacksonville Middle and West here. 4: ;?ft...,,' : it alone. There is no strength
the bereaved ones in this their 1. '
Luaber Company located near Oka- Florida division, Miss Mamie Rin- The ladies especially should read i >r
hour of trouble. giving
humpka, was a visitor to Ocala Sat- dall, of Sam pola. their announcement in today's Ocala : :::

urday. Banner as it has a riag of Seigle- Suicide Prevented. cx! : v' '1" f ," -. it. It pays to be careful in
__ The union rervicesat the Methodist '.' L' ... n ,, ,. J"i
Cooperism about it that is not often The stalling announcement that & "' ,, _'J'._ ''::7;;'' \ buying meat-be sure to get
Rev. P. J. Roe\'es, of Spring Park, church Sunday were well atUnded. preventive of suicide had been discov- ... Jli. '.
imated in the advertising colums ofa tl ::,,{;?;.; ..." .'f"" the best-tender and choke.
represented that town in Ocala Sat- Rev. Louis B. Warren, of the Baptist ered will interst many. A run down :
Florida I qj :,t4tr'i. -F: : Pay a little more if need be and
having as his theme newspaper.End system, or despondencp invariable ._ _; .
urday. He was on his way to High church preached, I.< Jl ;, ,. .:-
1 suicide 0 and has Z -- ? f' ; .. ;i 1IY.'r putsomelhlDgin stomach
something =
precede !51 :I 0." ,.
t Springs Saved Grace. The services next
to preach there today.WAxTEIExperienced of Bitter Fight. ::2! I'" .
been found that will prevent that con tsJ :1-. .
; -J. l- It \j _" -__ which will put flesh on your
I night will be at the Baptist ra #, ', -
Sunday ,0 1"' .
"Two phiysician ahd and stud-
for : long dition which makes cuicide likely.At $' :-: .\.. .j.
guards ) 'or: bones and strong blood in
state convicts farms church, Dr. Lindsay, of the Presbyterian born fight with an abcess on my right the tfrst thought of self destructiontake !51 '.. 0 ,"....'
and turpentine !21
heart.EDWARDS .
a&ges$: OO per month and board. church, preaching. lune" writes J. F Hughes af DuPont, Elecrric Bitters. It being a greatit c7

Address Merrett Powell Co., Gardner, I Ga. "and gave me up. As a last resortI being a great tonic and nervine will BROS.

l1a. 3tiudltw )Ir. and Mrs. Charles Baker, of. tried Dr. King's New Discovery for strengthen the nerves and duile up

Troy, Alabama, are recent arrivals in i Consumption. The benefit I received the system. It's also a great Stomach. ro Stall 2 and -t City Market Ocala Fla.

'. 3I*. and Mrs. Judson Edwards, Ocala. Mr. Baker came to Ocala was striking and I was on my feet in a Liver and Kidney re uldtor. Only !L.o .,, ...
=o -==- -r===r== :--=:;: ===r;,"' ==, == ,,=_ ="ii_
Nisa Lizzie few days. Now Iv'e entirly regainebmy 50c Satisfaction guaranted by AntiMonopoly :!. :::=; :;':;;:::J eoi:: === ===i-=-= ;= ==:=== co.'"
Edwards and Mr. J. L. with the Valdosta ball team and liked ,
health. It conquers all Coughs, Drug Store and Tydings i.
little daughter have gone to the so well that he decidedto
place Colbs, Throat and Lung trouble. Gua- Co. m ---------------------- ,

: OzeUo to spend several weeks. return and make it his home. He ranted by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
In Honor of Miss Sullivan.A .
Ralph has accpted a position with the Tea. and Tydings & Co. Price 5Cc, an 1.00. delightful little dance was given OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA I

Driggers, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Bakerare Trial bottle free. m f
1rr. Jonas pot Grocery. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D& FLORIDA. .
Driggers was recently
Mr. W.B. Clark's.
bitten stopping All Coming to Ocala. It was : <
Cottes Wednesday night. -
. by ground rattler. Dr. Lisk

- brought the little fellow around all The Death Penalty.A Mr. F. B. Beckham and family are given in honor of Miss Pauline Sullivan & BOILERS & ENGINES

right. little thing sometimes results in to move to Ocala Monday. We hateto by her cousin, Mrs. W. M.

Timber Lands Wanted. death. Thus a mere scratch, insignificant i give up such goood people from Porter of this city. Miss Sullivan is Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pump, ;

Hardwood timber lands in Marion cuts or punny boils have paid. our midst. one of the beauties of Ocala, and the Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belting .

+banty containing large per cent of the death penalty. It is wise to have Capt. A. J. Thomas formerly super- boys who were fortunate enough to Pulleys r Bolts, general line of

hickory Be "'anted.ddreo.. JosephOcala to have Bncklen's Arnica Salve ever intendent of the Newberry mine is win a smile Wednesday evening con- 31 ILL: AND MINING SUPPLIES.

.. Fla. l' :d tf handy. It's the best Salve on earth spending awhile at his old home m sidered themselves fortunate indeed.

**! will fatality, when burns, The Misses DeCottes assisted in entertaining -
C. and prevent
Mobley and infant ton, N.C.We IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS

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behind his blows and showed much more to the same place. Corbett, Ingersol on Hope. i

C CORBETT[ KNOCKED[ [ OUT T. cleverness. Third Round I out.smiling" This yelled angered, "He can't Jeff. knock Jim put me Hope is the consolation of the world. : HUBBARD & MACDUffI

I The wanderers hope for home. Hope I
Y They came together and were sep- right to head and hard left to wind. I
arated without blows. Jeff landed left I. Jeff got in light left to body, followed builds. the house and plants the t>o\\- i I I

swing on Jim's neck and followed him followed it with left to jaw and two en and till the air with song. The
,. Had Chan)piog) Going ig Ninth)
I '; around, landing another left to wind. I with left swing to jaw. Jim came: back sick and suffering hope for health.. HARDW AREDOORS

! But Lost out in the Terjtrj.) Corbett chased around the ring and with three straight lefts and rights on Hope gives them health aud paints
Jeff put a straight left hard to body. I face and bell found them in clinch. l
; .\ the roses in their cheeks. The lonely,
; f: Jeff caught Jim on the jaw with a vi- Corbett smiled as he went to his cor- SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURE 11ft,.
; cious right and they clinched. Cor- ner. the forsaken, hope for love. Hope

f t- JEFFRIES HOLDS THE BELT bett claimed a foul and Jeff swung left Eighth Round brings the lover to their arms; they BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTIS, DftJUUPLANET PhtMl IIIII

I R and right to jaw. Corbett protestedto Corbett bored in with left for head feel the kisses on their eager lips.

the referee that Jeff was holding I I and Jeff bored ineffectually. Jim put The poor in tenements and huts, in WIRE NAILS PAINTS
Corbett Knocked Out in the Tenth
on, then landed a savage right jaw.
in three light lefts and rights to face spite of rage and hunger hope for
ROund-The Fight in Detail Jeff's left swung to jaw. Clinch. Jeff and smiled. Jim left to face and
got wealth. fills their thin and OILS VARNISHES AT.
Hope ALLKHtf
broke it up with a stiff right and left
in return received a heavy right swingon
t r .. to body. neck. Jeff caught Jim with rightto trembling hands with gold. The
Fourth Round dying hopes death is but another LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF QABDBV ToUA
Mechanics Pavilion, San Francisco, jaw and left to body. Corbett came
August 14.-la the tenth round of a They clinched. Jeff's left hooked to back with stiff jolt to face and followed birth, and Love leans above the pallid
jaw, following with two lefts to head. ALL KINDS OF COO ..O VIUTHHKVTRr
terrific fight, James Jeffries knockedout with two more to same place. Jeff face and whispers! "We shall meet
James J. Corbett tonight, with a Jeff jarred Corbett with raking left to received a smart left on face and Jim "
again. Let there be
us a
left hook to the solar plexus, thus retaining jaw and followed it with right cross to cleverly ducked two lefts to the face hopeit GLASS AND PUTTY, GRAJnW
1 God he is wise and good. Let us I
head. Corbett put his left to head.
the championship of the world. that jarred the champion. Bell rang II
Twelve thousand people saw the fight, Clinch. Jeff uppercut with powerfulleft with Jeff bleeding from the mouth. hope if there be another life it will I IRON PIPES AND FIT'ND 1U'W AIL CftLKRV ,

filling every seat in the vast pavilion. to body. Jim jabbed with left to Corbett showed wonderful recuperative bring peace and joy to all the childrenof

Corbett did not lose until he had put face. Jeff landed hard right to body. power in this round. men. And let up hope this poor I TINGS, EVERYTHING 1BON fd'
up a wonderful rally in the eighth and Another left and right to body which Ninth Round .
I earth which live be
on we a
may perfect
sent Jim to hs knees. He took count I
ninth rounds, which had the cham-
big Jeff rushed in like Jim
of nine then waded into Jeff who rushed a i world-a world without a ..crime, N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, ROMte. PtYLL_
and made his enthusi- ''
pion guessing
clinched and got in left on jaw. They
asts happy. But the bull-like rushes of him, landing hard right to heart. |i' I'i without a tear.-Ingersoll.
mixed it. Corbett
put right uppercut I I MATERIALS ETC. ETC. BLUE FLAM1 MIL iTOfl
Jeffries in the tenth too powerful Jim looked anxious at the sound of theI '
to head. Jeff found Jim harder to find
bell. | I Yeafesa :::1t te :::rd
for the ex-champion and he went down j every minute. Corbett lands two stiff
twice in succession, the first time com- Fifth Round j lefts to body and right and left to by local applications, as they cannot LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICK

ing up at the count of nine, only to go Jeff's glove was examined by police head. Jeff bored in with a right to reach the diseased portions of the ear.

down again with the knock-out blow. captain, who pronounced it satisfac; body and kidneys. In the mix-up Jim There is oniy one way to cure deafness Hubbard & fflacduff Ocala F>a'McMillan i

First Round tory. Corbett got left wing to head !.jolted Jeff to the body twice with right and that is by constitutional ,
Jeff chased Corbett around and miss- and left to wind. Corbett feinted with and stabbed him with a succession of I
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
ed a left swing to jaw. Jeff tried left left and swung right to head. Jeff lefts to the face. Clinch. Jim got in I
for body and head but was blocked. landed on head, and right and left to : left to face. Jeff put heavy left to inflamed condition of the mucous lining -

Jim tried a left swing and got a rightto neck. Jeff!: met Jim at all points and body and right to head. He pasted : of the Eustachian Tube. When
the body. They mixed it. Corbett outfought him at what was supposed : Corbett back with a straight left to !I this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling Bros

landed light rights to body. Jeff to be Corbett's forte. Corbett rallied face as bell rang. Corbett landed the I sound or imperfect hearing, and
Deemed inclined to force matters, but and delivered some good rights and greater amount of blows in this round
: I when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
Corbett shot a right to body. Jeff bored lefts to face. Jeff landed twice on face :, and seemed to have the champion
and Jim clinched to avoid punishment. the result:: and unless the inflammation -
in his guessing.
with right to the wind as the |
bell rang. Jeff went to his corner The bell rang and Jeff again smiles. i can be taken out and this tube restored -
i I' Tenth Round Southern \\'orks :
.' smiling, having a little the better of the Sixth Round I to its normal condition, hear Copper ,
Both missed left leads and clinched. They went to a clinch. Jeff swung
round, which was fought very carefully ing will be destroyed forever; nine l
t throughout. Jeff astonished his Jeff crouched. Jim blocked two hard his left to head hard and his right to :
and the t wind. Corbett to cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh Manufacturers of Turpentine S
i backers by his agility. rights champion sent him to put a straight right
i the floor with a stiff left to jaw. Jim j face. Jeff got in a hard right to wind. which is nothing but an inflamed con '
3 Second Round took the count and came up into a ; Jeff then came up like a mad bull and dition of the mucous surfaces.We and General Metal Worker
Jeff got left to Corbett's neck. As clinch. Jeff landed left and right and caught Jim with a wicked left hook to will give One Hundred Dollarsfor '
they came ont of a clinch Jeff landed Jim hung on to avoid punishment. i i the solar plexus, which sent Jim to any case of Deafness (caused by I
hard on Jim's nose. Jeff swung hard Corbett put left and right hard to jaw '!I the mat for nine seconds. When he catarrh) that cannot be cured by
z with left but Corbett rushed inside it. + Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send ------
for circu-
and he
rushed hiu into his corner J arose was shaking like a leaf and
They came together again and Jeff got but did not land. Just before the bell ;;,evidently suffering terribly. Jeff finally lars; free.
left to chest. Jeff also got right to Corbett uppercut Jeff on the jaw. It j I floored him again with the same F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. Old Stills taken in exchange: for MW .... r.-IWII

body. Corbett caught Jeff a vicious was Jim's turn to smile. blow and Corbett's seconds threw up Sold by Druggists, 75c. through the country a specially. Qi ufi by m*.1 i 1 f
left swing On the head and the champion
the sponge. Hall's Family Pills are the best. wire will I
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t V then put light right to jaw. Jim Seventh Round : prompt attontiaa at rthf < !
. was carried to his corner _
ducked a left for head and landed following works ,
i right Jeff rushed Jim about the ring. where he voniited considerably. He Mr. Josephus Munden, who severedhis .
on neck. In return he received a heavy Clinch. Jeff stopped Jim with left on did not recover for five minutes, after connection with the office of 1
right Jolt to ribs as the bell rang. face but it was not hard. Jeff FAYETTEVILLE'IN. C. SAVANNAH ifl
which he shook hands ,
V his master J Judge Robert Bullock a few days
Jeff seemed to have plenty of steam hard left to body that was blocked and I at the pugilistic I' ago, I
game. I will leave soon for Tampa. JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE ALA*

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jiji ELIZABETH HASSIS. Local Eiltcr Mrs.C. C. Hill, who ha* been the I OCALA 2; TARPON 2. I A Flourishing State Institution. I IT IS UP TO "OUR BOB." : THE CREPT YATCH RACE.

== guest of her sister, Mrs. P.V. Leaven- We enjoyed a very pleasant call I :
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. good for the past two weeks, returned from Prof. J. :\[. Guilliams, presidentof Will He Be I
An Exciting Game at the Driving as Magnanimous as Hon. Race Called Off-The Reliance T.. ,
to her home at St. Augustine yester the East Florida Seminary at ,
C. M. Brown.It Miles In Lead. ;
G> .T. P. Lloyd, of Inverness, was day. Park Resulted in a Tie Score. Oiinf ille. Saturday.
H now up to "Our Bob"-we referto Atlanta, &a., Aug. 3), Ib4. i
13 ():ala yreteniay. The Ocala and Tarpon Springs baseball Prof. Gilliamsis au acknowledged .
--- Mr. P. B. Curtis Andalusia, Colonel Robert W. Davis-to be as Special to the 011& Baacer t
teams played an exciting gameat educator and under his direction this
I ItyouwanttokeepyourgoOOdou'hd.vtrtJsein : Ala.! arrived in the city Tuesday and i magnanimous and patriotic as Hon.C. Race called ort Coukl not ftoMfc M

thtO ata Ban n tor. has accepted a position with the the Driving Park yesterday after- institution is making a record the 31. Brown.In time limit on account of dvad ....... ;

noon before a small but thoroughly best in its and it
history next
Reliance two mile iuMe l. Cest
Carmlrhael & Son card printed *
of Company as some weeks
; t11rs! : Suffolk, Va., is [ appreciative audience. Those who year to have a much larger attend- ago rAM
bookkeeper Mr. Brown said that he had such race Saturday:
isitin her sister Mrs. Jack Camp.Mr. braved the elements were treated to a ance.
,1 ? love and reverence for General Bullock PK Aii1.Wholesale 1
returned Mr. J. W. Stevens:!, of Ft. McCoy game well worth going to see. The He is just returning from a trip -
.J. B. yesterday (and as the old general had done i iA
and his son, J. E. Stevens, of this grounds were in fairly good condition, through South Florida and cay that Shooting
visit to \\Vite Springs.Mr. so luucb in war aud in
for the
from a : city" and Mr. G. S. Himes, of Sparr,. though it has rained on them con the splendil financial condition of peace wholesale: shooting ixvum-4 at p
state) that he
not for
A. L. Eiehtlberger, after severI went to St. Augustine yesterday stantly for several days, but the boys its people will be felt in the larger a moment Stuckey Tillis' camp war tMN.*

( days sickness, is out on the streets : the excursion. played with snap and vim, which school attendance the coming year, entertain the proposition of running Springs Thursday night. 1.
against him for
governor if he could
accounts for the close score. and he making extraordinary efforts While some negroes were ia rasa.f
again- )(lr. M. J. Roe&s, of the Northern & i be made to enter the race.
Showers the at frequent for the accommodation of the cabins thtYt'r@ tired Uf- If
Claries Freiuere, of Belleview, stopped game a large I
Mr. Southern
Lumber Company Mon- Now, if Colonel Davis will show
the visitors to Ocala yes intervals/ and players and : er number of scholors, both boys and some unknown negroes aalM tIIIJ
ww among tague, who has been spending sometime I:1 the same spirit of self abnegation! the S!
spectators sough the protection of the girls, from that prosperous section of ran fromjthe cabin several aWigllae4 t
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terday. __ at his old home at Oil City, Pa., gubernatorial tion can be settled; .,
hotsfert' tired at them.
commodious grand stand. This, of I I the tate. -
Mr. (sect. V. T. Dow, of Jackson- returned yesterday.Mrs. in a way that will be endorsed by the
course, was a handicap for the teams I Prof. Guilliams says that the trustees Dr. Smith who attended tie wtu.
in town Wednesday on whole
vile, was people of Florida.
C. G. Phillips, of Fulford, aftera after they had warmed up. of the institution over which he ded negroes, sail they were g4rN1 ,

business. ten days visit in Ocala with her sisters Ocala having the choice of ins and presides thoroughly favor the coeducation And why cannot Mr. Davis! be as filled with shot but luckily UM? w.-e E

Mrs. Z. C. Chatnbli- returned Wed- j I Mrs. W. C. Bull and Mrs. George J outs, went to bat first.; Ford made af the sexes and the education patriotic He as Mr. Brown? I bird shot :o DOG of the wiYttti, ..

from a"short, visit to friends at i II knows General Bullock as wtll fatal.
terday Taylor has to Live Oak of prove
gone to visit three attempts to connect with the young women is one of the strong and is as familiar with his
history. --- ----
LaktIIl.D:. her sister, Mrs. T. J. Nixon. r sphere, but failed. Bennett was given I i features of the East Florida Seminary, And in return for all that Florida Married in Gainesville.Mr. .

Mr.and Mrs. Charles Stewart, of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Meadows, of his baee on balls, went to third on and the young ladies' domitory is one has done for him this patriotic step J. H. Truby, of Stark*, i..

JictsoBVille, are Visiting Mr. and Montgomery, Ala., are in the city on Vogt's hit over third base, Vogt go. of the mot excellent of any of the would not be out of place in Mr. Miss Dilly Duke, of Gaift+"vlfe, ttt

Mis. W. A. Pelot. a visit to Mrs. C. R. Hendricks and ing to second, and both remained state institutions. Davis. married at the home of th* teMtf

while Anderson and Harris Another strong feature of this institution
family. Mrs. Meadows was formerly The people of Florida have been parents yesterday at 10 o'vtoL

ales 6. A. Standley returned j esteri :Miss Ceuella Hemlrick struck out. Jones the first man. up i is! its military department.The kind to him. They have made him a The bride is the daughter .f Mr. ?.

y from Atlanta with a carload of -. -- for Tarpon, fanned. Dyer bunted I, military inspector in writing to legislator-they have placed him on V. Duke and is a | retly end .!!.* >

aud mules. )Ir. G. S. Scott and family began the adjutant general its military
horses down the third base line and made says the judicial bench and have honored tive young lady and wa MM flf Hit.

moving into their elegant new department is mot excellent, the discipline -
first. Grable was out on a high fly to Tlnie..troiuD'>> eadit/a1aa
him popular
)lr. Ch&s. Rheinauer: is having an three times with a seat in con.
home yesterday. The Scott house is excellent and the conduct and
Bennett. Converse went to first on
addition made to hU handsome home tress. for commissioner to the M, Lis lair.

, Ft King avenue. now one of the handsomest homes ins four bad balls and s.yles on au error bearing of the officers and cadet on Now, it would be a very graceful and the groom is a p..|.til..r awl pm**

on I the,city and is quite au ornament to I by short btop. With these three meni duty and off might well serve' as a ....
J thing on the part of Mr. Davis if, perous traveling man reptr I. a

Mr. A. T. tf!wartz, of the Southern Ii upper Fort Kinj I nu banes" ', Hogue popped up a fly to model for any organization.The imitating! the example of Mr. Brown, Cincinnati hnu<>. He has. ...M1

Manufacturing Company, of Jackouville Vogt who retired the side. commercial department of this ,
of friend in Ocalu.Mr. .
nil be
"They Spoke Well of You, anew should sis p aside in favor of General
is in the city. In the second inning Pe\s r hit college is under the direction of Prof.J. I
Al. and Mrs. Truby are Hayylag
J song by Trahern is the latest Bullock, and make the uo-nina-:

Mr.J. A. King, a prominent lumber ballad craze in New York. The com- safely to right field, Moody fanned, H. Bnnsou, of this county and tion of this old hero of wars two the Ocala Hou"<<'.

and Gaskill advanced Peyser to thirdon Prof. (tuilliams says that hu has maintained -
man of Orauge Heights was in tLi poser has sent two copies of this lOng unanimous. Jjg You know what you are hU.,.
his m
department a manner
hit short. Clark ba.eon
city Wedne-day on business.Mr. to every music store in the United a over got We repeat. that it would be a graceful When lyou take Oro,.'* T.1Mhr r
that has given him a
reputation unequalled
With three bases
States and Canada, making a total of men on and magnanimous thing to 'do Chill Tonic 1ecauplainlylprititeil -* for brrlttlia iii

and Mrs. Edward Holder returned Ford hit to the infield! and Pejscr by any of the business college tr.tiie til. .
Borne twenty thou nd copies, so that and in after years would be substantially x* every tr.ing

Wednesday from Atlantic those who wish was thrown out at the plate, and of the a.uth.Ocata that it simply bOIl awl QtIiMItM
a copy will have no remembered:! by the people of
Beach and are at the Ocala Hou..e. trouble 111 securing it. Clark was taught oft second bi-e, Team Victorious. Florida. In a tastele-v< form. No (Tatar. No F.f

I, Price 50 c{&ts.
--- --- -- retiring the side.
As has: already been announced in Let's maU Bullock's nomination
MissHattie Dye left Weduendnyftr Mrs. S. E. Waterman and Mrs. W.V. .
of North Carolina. I Littel) passed: the ball over -econd! these columns the Ocala team won uDiniowu-lt't that be the slogan.Canepa : A Boiling Party.
the mountains
Newborn and children, who have I
and made first. Driv-r bit a high the game played with St. Petersburg Tile Ocala t'lOtt ball tan I.flhuI..
She will be absent about a mODtb.Ir. been spending the past; three weeksin -Hussey.
one to the pitcher wbo took it in. Thursday ifternuou. The team had Mr. Frank )[. (' the younsr gentleiueo cotupntiAt Ili
"t.UeJ'3Iioud Miss:: Ada
with Mrs. J. B. Hiers
) S. H. Gaitskill, a prominentorange Gutherie hit to short forcing Littcllat expected to play a ecoud game at St. Kathleen of Tarpon| Springs uibe a howttafat pwlq
Hu-sey, Jacksonville! ,
left yesterday for Chester X. C.
and stock grower of Melntohb, I I at second and Jones fanned out. Petersburg but not receiving a very were united in night. It was trot ml Hit M.
marriage at 9:30
where they will visit until the first of
was visiting iu the city Wednesday.Mrs. In the third each side made two cordial treatment: at the bands of the o'clock !ail on H beautiful UMMoiil htjr bM
O tuber. Dr. New sum, who has been yesterday. morning at the
t--- run" For Ocala, benuttt aud Vest S:. Petersburg team they went to home of the bride nevertheless wa, eujoynl v..r; .....
East Duval
Maurice Straus and baby and reeul| rratit.g .,t B'ount Springs, Ak., on
I failed to connect with the ball. Anderson Tarpon Springs and played there Friday street.
Mr. 8trlillilll' mother left Wednesdayfor cauirdowu to Feruamiiua MUll uccuiiipauird The trockmau, OeFunukFla rpntt ty
went to first ou four bad ones. afternoon. The score was 7 to 4
Immediately! after otter winning P/aid.
his the ceremonyMr. H 'tie
family to Chester.We
month's visit to
a o Harris{ hit to short and made t l'or. in favor of O ala. Vont and Titus and )[rl&. Canepa sailed on the 'China gilt a< a preiuiuai. for t-inr _
\. (, enjoyed A call yerterday from Both advanced on an. error and came were the battery for Ocala and for Apache for New York where they will I eat list of subs-ritMn M-ur ti Mr tfc4
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Mr. John P. Coffin and Mr. FrancisC. home when the center fielder and the Tarpon Springs Grable and Williams. paper by October let. The each..ale
Mr. and Mrs E. M. Howard return spa+ud several: weeks.
I of Mr. Cbambli'-o here! in-ii mneM*
Coffin, vice-president and secretary second baseman bad a collision trying Vogt pitched a fine allowing .
York wherethey game .
yesterday from New Mrs. Cabepa as Miss Hus: .. y has WIlt give some Variou iiMttiyl tony *.
respectively' (>{ the Southern to catch high fiy from Pelot's bat. only four hi'.s and fanning oat fifteen It
: hive been finding several visited in Ocala several times at the 'excellent ebaneto win tM |*...

Industrial ,.eiatiou, with headquarters For Tarpon, Dwyer bit to third and Williams fanned four and 3
I week*. _. : men. men home of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and I''Sample cOI.ii? tlC. Will tlf' out tier M

I at Philadelphia. These made first on an error, went second allowed seven hits. Mrs. G.'S. Scott and her friends here the who apply for them.
Mr. and Mrs. R R. Carrol are
I ( gentlemen are also editors of the on Grable's hit, and both scored on a The treatment received at Tarpon will
I'' be interested to learn of Ler mar
who arrived To Whom it may Cancer
I Blooming a tiny daughter, Southern Industry, a publicationwith line driver to left by Converse.No Springs was in striking contrast to riage.
at their home yesterday morn- In the mtmtesof the promfap* .f
: headquarters at New Orleans.La., further runs were scored and the that at St. Petersburg. Among other
; Ing. Sid Whaley Again Happy the board of public lostnw**!*, ,
and Johnstown, Fla. They are writingan game was called at the end of the .things they were given a trip out to wrote three signers of the Me!&**.i
Another little Miss Olive
lri J. W. Crosby and daughter, article on the industrial resourcesof fifth Inning on account of darkness. the Gulf in a naptha Uudch: and the girl, petition ask that their max h

f Ethel, left yesterday for White this county, which will be hand. Battt'ries-For Ocala, Clark and Tarpon team did every thing to make Beattie, has come to gladden the erased from petition anti not" "tie

short hearts of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Whaley.The signers" as published. The mi*&k.
will a
Springs, where they spend somely illustrated. Foid. For Tarpon, Dwyer and Ora the Ocala team's stay in that town
little one was born at nine was an error of the {press.
; ithile. )(r. and Mrs. W. D. Edwards, of ble. Both pitchers did excellent pleasant and all enjoyed themselves w. D. CAMK,
o'clock Monday night. Dr. E. Van
Mr. 0. A. Farris returned yesterday Dunnellon, were in Ocala yesterdayand work. there immensely. i etrelary.
Hood was the attending physician.
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1 from a visit to bU son, Mr. Ion Far- left over the North bound A. C. The team and the rest of the excursionists I

G-::. rioe,one of Jack ouville's rising young L. for New York, where they will As the Tarpon Springs boys have to returned home Saturday: af- To cure a coll in one day. Many persons in this euaaetillity<<

Take Laxative Bromo Tab ;are suffering from kkltwy tnIlrlll
Itlawyers spend several week Mr. Edwards is return home this afternoon, the game ternoon. Quinine
lets. All druggists refund the money who could avoid foul result by ttrtttrp
the of the New York today will be called at 9:30 a. m. On On 27. Ii
proprietor August
Mr. J. W. Coulter, one of Blitch- if it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's Foley's Kidney Cure. IWofflw IStore. ..
Racket Store at Dunnellon and account of the rainy weather, and At the Natural Mu last .
tea's thriving merchant?, made the : goesto History >em signature:; is on each box-:!'> T i Nt
of consequently very poor crowds the evening Rev. Henry W. Little gavean :
r. New York for the purpose buying
,: Banner office a business call Wednesday interesting lecture on the "Flora -
goods for his store. His stock of Ocala team is again behind financiallyand and Faura of the Mozambique" before -
afternoon. J. A. PITTMAN [. P. PI TIM AS r
y goods is already an excellent one and it is hoped that a large crowd a large and attentive audienceand
of 'thanks
a special vote was
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tillis and son returned when his new goods arrive he will will witness the game this morning accorded Mr. Little for his delightful:

fi'::t to their home at Stanton Wednesday have the best equipped store in the Every one should go and help the talL-Newport News, Oct. 2S, 190:1. PITTMAN & SON'S

: : afternoon after a few day'svisit mining city."Take boys pay expenses, and pull out of the This lecture will be repeated by the

hole. Weather permitting a good rector at the armory on August :i.
to Ocala.
t care of the pennies and: the

pounds will take-care themselves.." game is promised. From the close 'Admission to social and musical FURNITUREANNOUNCEMENT
)lr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson and
Large things are but an aggregationof score yesterday an exciting contest evening 50 cents. Tickets now on i

sonsreturnedWednedryfrov1Vhite small things. If we take care of in store for those who attend the sale.

:;., Springs, where they have been spendIng the small things we are in efJt'Ct taking game this morning. Some special features of the social:

1 the care of the large things which the !
F past tei* days. "
evening" at the armory on the 27th of
small things combine to make. Take

Mr. B. A. Weathers and Miss Lillie care of what you eat, when you eat, Whist and Flinch Party. I August will be: A choice supper,

'! Frost left Wednesday for New Yorkto and how you eat, and your stomach Miss G :,tie Peyser gave a very served from 6 to 8 p. m. by the ladiesof Having purchased the entire stock of the Broadway Furniture

purchase the fall and winter stockof I will takecare of itself. But who takes pleasant party yesterday afternoonfor Grace church, .music, vocal and Company of this city, weare now prepared to show to the publie

care of such trival things? That is of Marion and adjoining counties the largest and mot: varied Ke*
store. little Miss Rosa Karger: of Savannah instrumental, a portrait gallery, exhi-
H. B. Masters'
goods for the
J why, some day the majority of peo- of Furniture ever seen here. On quite a number of artiek ti

pie have to take care of the stom&ch. Miss Christian Richards, of bit of Florida antiqu'ties, recitations, which we now have an over-supply we can give lower prke* UMB

You have the satisfaction of know- When that day comes there is no aid Gainesville and Mix Mabel Sylvester blackboard scientific talk. Tickets the same goods have ever been sold for in Ocala. If you are in

!' \ Ing that what you by at Post Office so effective in undoing the results of of Peoria, I1L 50 cents, including supper, now on need of anything in this line you'll' do well to come and see u*.

. Drug Store., is: pure and of the best past carelessness as Dr. Pierce's Golden In one room the young crowd played sale.

I'C.' quality. They sell mickey's Old Re. Medical the stomach Discovery.and restores It strengthens the organs progressive flinch and Miss Karger If you know a'poor old stifled horsea PARLOR! BED[ R ROOM !AND DINING R ROOM' SUITS

liable Eye Water. m and nutrition to a won the prize. In the other room the horse with a sore back, a barbed-
of digestion
I It older crowd played whist and Miss wire wound unnatural sUfi
Miss: Leafy Sylvester, who has been condition of healthy activity. growths,

pending the past three months with cures biliousness, heartburn, flatulence Mabel Sylvester won the prize. joints or swollen limbs, send him I We can supply you with a Water Cooler at 75 cents to UlO-

Wends and relatives in Illinois and indigestion, palpitation, dizzi-of Later in the afternoon very delicious around. We can cure him with a few and they're worth twice the money. In fact we can save you

i ness, cold extremities and a s-core cake and ice cream was served application of Ramon's Nerve and money on Furniture of all kinds. Let us quote you prices. ,
returned home Wednesday. other ailments which are but the
in the stomach and the afternoon was greatly enjoy Bone Oil, 25c. Pest! Office Drug Score
., ,She was accompanied by her cousin, symptoms of disorder
.. bt1'IMabel Sylvester. I and its allied organs. m



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THE IRONING OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. Worse than the irons about his 44444444444444444444444444 I The only possible way that they eve We have talked with a great

, THE OCALA BANNER. I ankles, however was the fact that alight 1: POLITICAL CHIPS .: I' get anything is by a little public citizen from different poreipd gyp..,

The Pensacola! Press ways that a was kept constantly burning in I I printing at starvation prices.- South (Florida, and the. "|'UU/Mt.. "'

, nNI mfilS. EJitfir. great many mercurial persons have his room and he was awakened every .. .4 j i Metropolis. that Senator Taliaferro should| ...

I the habit of tearing their shirts over fifteen minutes which made deep : FROM THE STATE PRESS. J I 4444 seed himself. The i'teit &, oivaaty
V. Lea.1egCa. Ensises Hawser.!
, matters about which they know almost impossible.In I by inconstant editor
I .......................... Articles of incorporation are being that b. ra
little.It another part of the letter we published in Lake City for a charterfor corporation man diet a tiatunl fa*
The Hon. C. M. Brown's Webster's

t'r then delivers itself with a great! have quoted from :Mr. Dana to Mr. Suwannee: Ins'. unabridged will soon be ready for distribution. -

K r display of knowledge about the alleged Stanton he says : .-Apalachicola Times. of Florida, with a. paid up capital of him Dot.tr.. Talif-rr, i. r gearman

facts of the imprisonment of Mr. "Mr. Davis bore himself with a 4444. $15UiiJO. Bob Rogers, of Alliance of the highest rYi'; ". ?f 4ta
It Jefferson Davis late president of haughty attitude His features were
,P.awr+t That Ocala gentleman who is already fame i is the president. He must have hood, schooled and traiuwt m lilt

T, "= Nj the Confederate states, anti says that composed and his step firm. His hair organizing Hearst clubs has gotten powerful rich since lit ceased channels of nu>ioe*> I.h. where. pie

j and beard are not so as has been
1 General Miles did not place "shackles" gray
r shedding tears fur the stricken has been ttucraatul.! tits ..
I 1 \. represented and he seems much less evidently picked out the public job povety ary.e
him but that this was done by a
\ upon worn and broken by anxiety and he want Palatka Herald. farmer.-Taylor County Herald. business life ID a *u 'vfWui way, fc

i'' t = sergeant. evidence that he .
---- labor than reported. 4444 4444 i* "U( t gl qpnblic

I t MOTTO: THE BANNER WELL, BELIEVING ABLE TO "It may be urged," says the Press, Two days after he was subjected to It is paid that extra mail sacks were BIO TIME AT Pl'XTA JORDA. lift The rl't'.lrd I.,. bat qa...

THOSE AT THE 1OP THEMSELVES HAS "that the sergeant! did it in accord- humiliation of being placed in irons August:! 2o will be a great day for at Washington u an
I TAKE CARE OF required last week to carry those private open uBk ,,.....
I STAND IS THE BARRICADES ance with Mile,' order. This is The fact that three leaves
TAKEN ITS Punta Gorda. are unstained
i WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, and his sleep disturbed by being "I want your support" letters of whtir the p.....

I AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR granted ; but Lieutenant Miles was awakened every fifteen minutes, the governor.-Apalachicola Times. known candidates for the United of our fair state are now euj,.jm. &tit

i TUB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE ordered by Secretary Stanton to iron Brev. Lieut. Colonel John J. Craven 4444 States senate are expected to be present consolation that million .it 0.1_ t
I BOTTOM.- Davis. Now if the sergeant did not writing from Fortress Monroe in September If the Jennings forced attempt a and the extensive advertising have been distributed lhr..uftHMtki

! FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 1903. dare to disobey Miles neither did 1S65 to Gen. Miles said : gun game on John Stockton, they which the mammoth fish dinner ha "land of flowers" from the t ''-aJ

,I Miles dare disobey Stauton. General, I have the honor to report will have their bands. full. J. S. carries gratuitously received ought to inure treasury, the cause for whwb stay be

i; fI It now look like we shall have that The Press then goes on further to that I wa;called to see the prisoner a gun, and it is loaded with slugs. a phenomenal attendance.-St. Au traced to our present memtf of &

t I say that "Gen. Miles, when the order Davis on the :21th! of :May Iat. Times. Record. national and *
gustine congress
-Apalachicola uo nun
: canal via N'icaraugua. vwt
; I found him feeble
very ; prematurely
was first sent him wrote back to i 4444 4444 ed with more zeal than Hoa.
old-all the evidence of an iron will J&aftt
:, And boy Durbin still refuses to ascertain if the order was imperative but extremely reduced in physical If it takes two months or there- The "oldest inhabitants" no doubt P. Taliaferro. For half a ceetitr, II

; surrender Taylor to the Kentucky stating that )[r. Davis was perfectly Structure. Within the last week I abouts to count 100 lines in.the comp- believe that they witnessed warm the dim and shadowy plat appq,

., authorities. docile. Stanton sent orders to Milesto have noticed a great change in the troller's office, my what a time they campaigns in this state, but theyhaven't dons for our rivers and lurbn*, *.

I J. N. Coombs, of Apalachicola:: has have his edict carried out and not prisoner.dull-a He has unnatural become despondentand conditionfor must take on a thousand lines. seen anything to compare have been only chat until Mr 1t1t-,

: been selected as Judge Long's successor to question. the reasons therefor." him. He very is evidently breaking Apalachicola. Times. with what the one next year will be. ferro was elects The ladtaa w M

AS intense as Secretary Stanton'e 444* "warmest baby" of a claim slumbered
t as republican leader in Florida. down. It will be the amid the t feelings are have been Governor Jennings is now squarely
thought to
---- of warm ed of
Worse than the physical tortures prticularly warm aggregation papers natiuu.1 klAhktioa I all,

,t It is older than any Egyptian against the Souththe Press does imposed upou him, in his own bookMr. in the race for the United States sena- politicians, and before it is over someone long as the bleep of Rip VB Wiafcfc,

but \\"t' supple that old grave injustice to his memory.Mr. turship'and those who reckon his for comfort but with work
mummy Davis says that his greatest torture will find it too warm and energy (tf i.

F the newspapers being Jefferson Davis was placed in strength lightly will be deceived.-
about ential
men the
gag was his torture of mind-that he -Pen acola Press debt was paW .wi

"druggt-d" will run its course in the irons on May 23, Ih65.OuMay2iMr. Tallahasneeau. 4444 honor and
praise to
was refused messages and tydmgs! ruru rTtthobe.

: :Stanton; in his official 4444Mr. N. C. Stockton threatens toopen
approaching campaign. Jno. and his colleague.
Lak. .
from b 3 wife, children and friends.; .... Ala.
- capicity secretary ofr.u, Croom no doubt lost many his "pepper box" at the Punta
democratic party with Another Commtrcul 1I""uh,.
If the wired as follows to Gen. Miles: I Criticising The Courts. friends for the part be played in that Gorda speaking, where the three senatorial -
: Cleveland, Bryan, Hearst, Parker, One of the sins of the Dr. Carl W. BUd ,..r. UM peMe
great Chicagoplatform
"tax reduction" scheme but from
f "Plrasereport whether irous haveor : &: aspirants Taliaferro, Jennings
other candidate, cannot of the new proe*** of
Church, or auy in the of the BaltimoreManufacturer's eitfMttaf 1.
have not been placed on Jt-ffertou. eyes accounts he still retains his nerve. and Stockton-have been invited to a

I 1 tf at Roosevelt it had better re- Davis. If they habt'en, when it Record, and publications Palatka Herald. discussion. Let 'er go John, but pentane and other viiubi peywg,

I ir from business. was done aud for what reason, and of its class, was its criticism 4444 joint ; from pine knou rtuiup* sad veeb

i ---- remove them." of the courts. D. H. May keeps the gubernatorial stand from under'when your Uncle slabs was born at I'Iw-+>n-tbe.DM*,

Things are getting quiet in "Mace Wilkinson gets into the ring with his
The following is Gen. 1i1t' (
:; replyto Wurtemburif ;
these He .roa.wy. _(. M1r
But when the courts go tbe way aspirants guessing; days. ,
donia and the "sea dragons" seem Tat a"l'O and points the muzzle of his
'. Secretary Stanton's dispatch : these publications think they oughtnot will be a powerful factor In the race years aeo. He has! dvuiwi bill lib.
disposed not to be troublesome. "I have the honor squirt gun at you. Don't (Sampsonlike the
in of
to state replyto study eb.wiatry $isyears
to, they at once become hostile to when he finally shies his castor into
Really there is little doing. Won't your dispatch, that when Jeff > ) pull the temple down upon your be
age erNte t< New
> Yeti
them and crithri.-e them without the ring.Tampa, Herald. .
sometiody write a platform: or be in- Davis was first confined in the case; own upiighteous ht ad.-Tallahas-
where he
4444 oifiHid an <>llti). M t
t I mate the inner doors were light gloves. I

; terviewed.- ----- ,- wooden ones without locks. I directed For instance, the last itsue of the Frank Clark has gone to Hot i seean. cIa! c.beDJitt.b ut wv.qa" .tutya
assistant j anklets to be his ankles Ark. and when he comes he had occaaiou b visit \.
! Perry 6.: Heath, formerly first put upon Record quotes approvemgly what the Springs, i NOT A HEARST BOOMER. >rtb t..M.lina .

I postniastereeueralaays, he i N Hi which would not interfere with his vice-president of the Texas Central bacK he will feel like a thoroughbred and while there tinptau I...-
walking but would his and some newspapersare
prevent running Some
i ; ing attacked by yellow journals for should he endeavor railroad company has to say of the race horse ready for the eight hundred t'"tetlln pint pro>iueU. H* taut .NH
; to escape. In bound to boom somebody forsome
, mile dah to Washington- just of the wood back New
with the poctoflU-e vttfc
connection and
his the meantime, I have changed the courts jurit'oThis
office all the time. At present
department. We need yellow journal wooden doors for grated ones with gentleman says: Dunuellon Advocate. him and deio|)*- l the <*.VIM Iii, ea-
and in Floridaare
in every town in the country. locks and the anklets have been re- 'As long as the present attitude IN1 these persons papers trading and purifying the turfMiUMb

-- -- moved. Every care is taken to avoid the Texas C. :M. Brown of Ocala. has published working overtime to create a sentiment He '
.assumed by courts and came down to \' ....1..tae, X ..
Hon. Napoleon B. Broward, one any pretense for complaint as well as juries exists against railroad can paa- his platform. Shorn; of verbal favorable to Wni. R. Hearst a.s and
put up a plant M a rnuimfctileiperiment.
time sheriff Duval county, a man of to prevent any possibility (Ifape.tt tes this company will make no further flourishes and infelicities it is a good the presidential candidate of the He prvd iu mnrm

and political skill, extensions or investments in Texas." Mr. Hearst wouldno
brains, popularity paper but does not contain platform democratic party. and suc-cetslc to .
f. ..
In 1596 the of the Record it iaterMtutg
Tbe" only semblance of authorityGen. in eyes
continue to be mentioned as a candidate material because the democrats of doubt be a delightfully noisy can-
was rank anarchy for loyal demo- Page, a prominent ntilm4 ... 4
I Miles had for placing the"ironson
rorgovernor.-Orlaudo Record. crats to criticise the courts and now the state do not differ on the mattersd didate and if the democracy is satisfied North Carolina, in IttHt':1dt'd \ ...."p.. &
:Mr. Davis was an order from Mr. .
the Record is doing it at random and i.cu""t'd.-Lake City Index. with ante-election pyrotechnicsand
of by Mr. .
Until the republican assassin Page M oumtp j WII
Chat. A. Dana assistant of
secretary just: for instance.It NN poet-election sack cloth and
-' William Goebel is returned to Kentucky i organized at Brtx>, N. t. Or. )Bit
war. makes some difference sometimes ashes he will doubtless fill the bill to
It is said there are four men in
boil, the republican governor of I ringer: had the prortM ilto4 to
I :[r. Dana's order was dated from .
which ox: is gored.It -Bradford Telegraph.
Jacksonville who haven't been a uicety.
Indiana would do better in the back- Fortress Monroe.May :- b65, and was yet 4444 1599. Every plant in opetatiaY Naiq
sin for
was an unpardonable of for office in 1904. Oneis
spoken an is said to be in .
ground.-Grand Island (Neb.) Democrat as follows: TRYING TO SWITCH HIM OKF. a very prom*..
democrats to bolt the party when the editor of the Metropolis, another dition.

.] "Brev. M j. Gen. Miles is hereby Grover Cleveland was nominated but You just can't stop the people in
Times-Union and
the editor of the
Poor IfnorjBt, D,l4,' lit*.
of authorized and directed to place
There will be more whipping man- from talking
no section of the state
this sin into heroic virtue this
acles and fetters upon the hands and changed a the other two are in jail pending an What business U It of UM tom'
women by penitentiary officials in Jennings in connec-
about Governor
feet of Jefferson Davis and ClementC. when Bryan was nominated. appeal to the supreme court.-De Land I ment where the people go !for Iii

Georgia. The whipping of the Clay whenever he may think it We are amused at the Record'sgreat Sew tiod with the congressional race. The goods? Ducks have sense mmgfc I*

DeCria woman raised a storm of just advisable in order to render their im- chunks of wisdom.For 4444 suggestion some time ago that he
find their lisp
way to water; J'"M
indignation the echoes of which we prisonment more secure." instance it says: General E. B. Bailey Monticello: would enter the race struck a popular
sense enough to find their Lai
huge will be felt throughout tbe As to how absolutely secure these "There Is a vast difference between state senator from Jefferson county, chord and is still reverberating
haunts; fish have wi ioot ...... .
country. prisoners were is told by Mr. Dana local self-government and government authority tor the statement that through the district despite the fact
find the best feeding tad *f t*.iH
"Paul Revere's Ride" and lJerl- himself in a letter to the secretary of by mob or no government." Hon.Dannette! H.Mayea will undoubtedly that it has never received any substantiation -
grounds; the wild Mi and tW ***
"There is also a vast difierence between -
dan's Ride" are familiar episodes in war from Fortress Monroe, dated become a candidate for governor from the governor himself.
merely cherishing traditions of horse know where to Had Ito M!
American history, but "Stockton's May _', two p. m., lS -5. and that he will make things in -Tampa Herald.
self government and actual self-gov pastures; but according to the tna.
Ride to Pablo" is not so familiar.If "The two prisoners have just been ernment. teresting in the gubernatorial field.- -- --- -
placed in their respective casemates. of the protection! mta, the Wb'
to and and set to music it Record is Pensacola Journal.
Indeed the
a amus-
Two sentries are stationed within and est and noblest of all MiM tilt
1I P
might be "hot !!tutl'to sing at Punta without their doors. The bars and ing paper. .... A not sense enough: to tw triMd h*

Uordi. locks are fastened and the regular HOT AFTER THE GOVERNOR. .. ..
to go to the rigbt place for *
Althoug this is not the season for routine of their imprisonment has The Hearst Boom Booming. Hon. John S. Beard, the able; and
series and dry good..-W. A. Deal'
begun. The arrangements for the Marion county is wheeling into theH..ar 1 ,
Florida oranges, some second crop oranges astute attorney of Pensacola, severely Offences against las "
Y in What's tW.
security of the prisioners seems to me t presidential column. The j the laws of
criticises the for T
The Fruit appointingtwo
are being shipped. '
as complete as could be desired. j V health are punished Mr. John B. Meteou. tM P.
Trade Journal- Saturday: Ocala Banner the 31st ult. containsa members of the legislature on the i f' rigorouslyand
Eich one occupies an inner room of a hearted philanthropist, loved 1bt

through its MilwaukeeVi,., correspondent ca.-emate. The window is heavily double! column half tone of the famous board to revi-e the statutes in direct b\ nature.inevitably A Florida for im generous potent I

i : "A consignment of Florida barred. A rentry: stands within before journalist! :; and announces: that a violation of the state con titution.- man" may break and liberal contribution to the ..

oranges reached :Milwaukee this week each of the doors leading into the club is being organized to boom him Arcadia News. civil laws and escape kt Cause! iu Florida, u rqutpp... I i

outer rooms. These doors are to be for the exalted office the highest in .111 punishment modern hospital llu I'biJadt'lpitia till '
aud they certainly the right kindof I But the man who
grated but are now secured by bars The Pasco Democrat has a "
the gift of the American people, A County transgresses na the use of the general public-Setts'
-lock-the kind that catches thee fastened on the outside. Two other column article in its last issue high. ture's law of health ern Baptist.

) and brings the money."..Tampa sentries stand outside of these doors section of the club's reasons! for supporting cannot escape the penalty. And you might have *dd d. a-
ly eulogistic of Gov. Jennings for Many a man is today a
Mr. Hearst is follows -
and an officer is constantly on duty in :
Herald. United States senator but Capt. JohnB. prisonei for life, and for avery Holley that a inair Lu.piulleiided ttli
the outer room, whose duty it is to see : "Judging the man by his brief life because of

Unless man is immortal, the moral his prisoner every fifteen minutes. splendid work as exemplified by his doesn't say whether or not he will his outrage of the laws upon upon in eouuertKtU With III

universe, so far as he is concerned, The outer door of all is locked on the support him. And that's what a which health is conditioned. Stetson University the now of lit
prosecution of trusts, his ever ready lie sits idly in his chair
disappears all together. If he does outside and the key is kept exclusively whole lot of his friends desire to know. ; torn by coughing spells and leakiug out >X tbe ..-.u>1.l. Ito tli

not survive the grave, it makes no by the general officer ot the guard. hand to the oppressed his constant -Lake City Index. gasping for breath. Thehandkerch1ef have been a iodru ups
also stationed to the American people'through which wipes his
Two sentries are with- warning lips a'4'
hospital Mr. .
difference to him whether there be 444 shows red stain. He is costing
out that door. A strong line of sen- his editorials, his courage to a slowly thousands! of dollar-H....... '
trod or devil, heaven or hell. And it Stockton, Barrs and Broward have wasting away.
tries cuts ot1'a11 access:: to the vicinityof oppose capital and combines, and his I Weak lungs, obstinate coughs :star.
must be not only a survival, but witha the casemates. Another line is been fracetiously dubbed by the state spitting of blood, weakness and -
willingness to expose crime in high The Orlando Daily Record, ;
continuity of consciousness as well, stationed on the top of the parapet press "the three friends." Well we emaciation are cured by the use "
places, convinces us that he is the I of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical the brightest little p i>-r- uD '
and third line is
if the evil are to be punished: and the overhead a posted have DO doubt they are, literally but Discovery Thousands who have change list, U to tw da.'uaUDItI4. m' .

good rewarded hereafter. To inflict across the moats on the counterscarp man to bear the democratic banner,. !I we wish to suggest right here that it been cured by this medicine attest moved to Miami, ularf'" l a.4 M. ',

opposite the place of confinement." to victory."-Gainesville Sun. i the fact .
the penalty of violated law upon a I will require more friends than that to Sick people are invited to consultDr. proved in many "tjr. and dNt

1 being who does not know that he has Notwithstanding all these precautions :\If:!. Mollie Allen of South Fork land either of them into the office to I Pierce by letter,free. All corres- he iu.spiration of tiui outf .eeil ,

cited by Mr. Daua we find that pondence is held as strictly private we hope will cuter upuu amore ....f
offended is not punishment but Kj., says she has prevented attacks which they aspire.-Pensacola Press. and sacredly confidentiaL Address Dr.
Useful .
the next day Mr. Davis was activity.We
very R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
revenge. Conscious identity; may not of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlain's I 4444
humiliation Accept no substitute for "Golden wiiuf W1...
subjected to the of being carry in stock, along
be a necessary condition of intelli Stomach and Liver Tablets The Tampa Tribune says that "the Medical Discovery. The sole motivefor 110
other the celebrated Aa+
in irons.Writing pills,
but it is essential in morals. It placed Florida newspaper men are the most substitu Ion is to enable the dealerto
gence, when she felt an attack coming on. r.a.'
Liver Pills d Tonic p U ltI-la
to the assistant make the little more profit paid on *
is conceivable that a being may know secretaryof Such attacks are usually caused by patriotic people on earth. Just listenat the sale of less meritorious medicines. are headquarters for pilb"f aU ....

war on May 24, General Miles indigestion and these tablets are just "Three years ao I had the pip,"writes tn.I I .r--
without knowing that he knows but them howl for their favorite for Tillie Linney. of Gravel Switch Marion Co., -but we want you to try )..

connot sin without knowing that he says: what is needed to cleanse the stomach governor and for United States sena- Kentucky. tilt settled on my lungs, and the The manufacturer claim thH8 I* M
I directed irons ward off the attack. doctor said I had consumption. I took six bottles
"Yesterday to be and approaching of 'Golden Medical I the best-our custonierrwbo U 1
Discovery, and amI -l
sins nor be punished unless he knowsfor tor. The that the '
put on Mr. Davis' ankles which he Attacks of bilious colic may be pre question puzzles thankful to say I am entirely well. You may say they find UMW to I* Uw beet. ewe ...
if "
this letter fit do
print you see to so.
what wrong he suffers.-John J. violently resented but became more vented in the same way. For sale by Tribune is, when and where are the Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the believe we are the t.owf*" "'j'

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Differences Between Alabama I II they deserve. Their-ailments are regarded as purely
RUSSIAN FLEET GOES. Grand Army of the Republic imaginary, or natural and unavoidable at their time of

Miners? and OperatorsTHE life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associ-yam .
Encampment. ated with old age. The eye of the gray haired grandsi?v'/

BOARD OF ARBITRATION. -- may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of j
his and
younger more vigorous companions.
Interest In the Proceedings Increasing Many PronjiniAt and Distinguished Vis-I I! Oood Blood Is the secret healthy old ago, for it regulates

Rather Than DtminishirtPrestdent! I i and controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the
itore Have Already Arrived-Every muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm; but when

sotisf nctionato1; Abe Demanded For Cog- Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railway Arrangement Made For the Entertainment this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nntntive, health sustaining .

Company Called as Witness. elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting ,
and Comfort of Guests. in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly

Brttin.ham! Ala., August lh! .-The shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome
sul's Murder second week of the hearings of the San Francisco.: : August 18.-For the growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost
: nest 24 tours every train that enters
board of arbitration baking in hand constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities.
; this city will contain veterans who are S. S. S. is the safest
j the adjustment of the differences between being purely vegetable, and
1 ------ -- ------ coming. to tie national. Grand Army of
j the Alabama miners and operators best blood purifier for old people. It does not shockor

j began thin morning.An the Republic encampment Every hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies,
arrangement: is being made far the but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and
ISSUES STERN ORDERS. unusual large crowd was present
CZAR ipeedy transit of the soldiers and it stimulates the debilitated organs, when all bodily
Indicating: that interest In the pro I
U expected that every special now ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need to
ccedlcgs Tra* Increasing rather tb.a.n.. on the way will be here no later than improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there is any heredi

diminishing.. Don H. Bacon presi!, I this! evening.A tary taint, or the remains of some disease contracted in early life, S. S. S.
dent of the Tennessee Coal Iron and will search it out and
distinguished visitor to the en- remove every vestige of it from the system.
Railroad company, was the first witness cimpment la United States PensionCommissioner Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help

today. He gave a lengthy statement Ware, A Kansas man. you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood
of the operations of his company, and skin diaeases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlaita. Cl.
of Squadron is Intended to Emphasize Speaking about the pension depart-
) telling of its possessions, annual output ment he said: .
etc. H ereterred at length to the
Russia's' of conditions and methods prevailing in "Following the Spanish American
Intention Exacting Complete
} war the department received 75,000
the Lake Superior district, drawing
applications, for pensions and It now
Her Demands. comparisons and: conclusions to show has on Its roll 9,203 men of that war
Compliance with) that tie cost of production and hand- H
and 3.662 wt;on There Is still
I I line !Is 8Tfian in Alahcjna.He .
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pending 33,000 applications. Aug.
pntareburg. August 7L-A squad-
iL TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. also Compared the soutnern I, 1902, the bureau had on Its rolls Dyspeptics :

rca of the Russian Blacksea fleet has plants of the Tennessee, ; company to 1,000.0-bo pensioners but that number

),1 ordare4: to .&.!! fur Turkifi wa- IbIe-gh.! XC. will rote on. filspeo- the: more modern plants of the north las been decreased nearly 3,000 men are made every day by tbeir own carelees- =

tea say question on September- 5. showing that the material could be since tiea.! All told there were 2215- CM that ease of eoII Cpa oG beion U t

Wtttfostlaa of this move has been C! .wars of Florence. S. C., In mass handled much cheaper in the north. 000 new applications! for pensions last I tIecom08 chtocie. Hake

telegnpt8d from Sebastopol to that @ meeting
Inu&A! trnba"sador Ccnetant&oTtt of the tobacco trust which his company is making at passed upon is 304000. The total

p.. Robert Settlemeyer, formerly cJ this time in order to put its mines and expenses of the bureau for its annual' I J aroTO fiG PELLETS

following telegrams exchanged Glendale, Ga., committed suicide near furnaces in better condition. Something pension payments so far number 2,000- the only remeQfee.him aeeist Natme ADd do sot get iD her
the foreign office aad Russian like a million dollars is being I It
Utr cn 000, are also coming in.
Merriniac, Ala.. by taking morph1ne.Al3.ba.ma n1 Powertu.f pw"g&b96IlrftP t paiD sod stele CODArmoddrugtaken.
rsprsuntuires Abroad show tie: fire expended, ne said. He also made a General Stewart is also present The I .
Ramoa' Remedies act gentJJ and bare the
sry takes u i consequence of the legislature! reconvenes oa statement showing that It would costa president of the Woman's Relief association spstom iodepe eot of dnIjp. For oak bede.lw..
eerier: of M. &tko\"i.kt. the Ru& tie first Tuesday in September, to vast sum to competely moierniz it Mr*. M. A. Hall, who lives :
Vow wtIl fun
the labors of the drogg1 Iib a tee sample QI' we wills
complete session began >
elta! tocKl at MouuUr: the possessions of his company la West Virginia. j

"On Acfsct U Count Lamsdorff. the In September.The A large part of President Bacon's One of the interesting charactersnow Brown Mfg. Co.

foreign' nilSt ter, telegraphed, to M president and his family: yesterday testimony tended to show that the h-re is Captain C. B. ALoeffler.. i

ZI1O'1te, RscAl&n minister at Constac.Ctoplt. morning attended divine services southern producer is at a disadvantage United States army, retired: who has New York

CUt nether: tic sultan's ex on board the battleship Rear- In many respect, but still mast com been doorkeeper of the white house and Qreeneviile.

fUta1 of egret the visit of Prime large pete with producers more favorably since March 1, 1S69. He is a mem- Tenn.
Atmea the foltan's iOn, 10 the am Justice David Brewer, la an article situated bar of Kit Carson post of Washington

tLa dot, nor tie expressions! of sym a: lynching, says that speedy action also a member of tie staff of thecommandt

pithy by tie grand vizier and other by the courts would hare a tendencyto MYSTERY SURROUNDS DISASTER --tn-chiel, T. J. Stewart Major

klji TurtUi dignitarifa was consid- allay the mob spiritAt J. E. Johnson. the custod'aa of Lincoln -

rod to tw Adequate satisfaction for Washington tie opinion prevail Picnic Party In Mountains .f Calrfor momisest, of Springfield HI.,

tit murder of M. Ro&tkorskLWien that owing to the differences among nia Gsappears--0rua: Maniac. U also here. He is a member of PO.VT OFFICE DKKi STORE OCAL.t FLA.
M. Cherba. the Russian con. Stevenson post named after the man
republicans, there will be ficanc1.3.1legislation
no Santa Barbara, Cal. August 13.Stss .- !

tiicrt ial:!, was Coat murdered JftOtiior'f at 'Mitrovitza., "the czar" took con- I. at the extra session of cuagrss Katharine Grathwol, of St. Paul, Charles who first F.organized Rand, who the bears grand the army.distinction I ..........................

kid accocct tie fact. that ti, murderer Mma., t Is dead; Frederick Lneders. an of bring the first man to en- .... .
Statistics show that the death artist of this city is manlao
a raving
tu la Albanian whose tribe was in list in the union army fully! attestedby I .
among the negroes in cities far exceed and Fred Webster, Nellie Stone, Fred
retelllos: against the government. The congressional inquiry, has arrived I
the births The urban negro Gilbert sad Grace Porter, also of this ;
outage At MocaiUr, ho.everU3 of among the advance guard of the armyof : MaJdngAdvertisingS
population! is decreasing except as it city cannot be located and at thiJ the I .
QOitt mother character and called contingent Heeril1st"'rl
ni /increased by arrivals torn th* time surrounds the whole af
for ire merest pucliiment. The oa April 15, 1S61 at Bata I! .

ur ordered that no promises country. fair.The via, N. Y. I
A petition has been forwarded from party left here yesterday fora : \ \ N :
elL the part of tie Turkish government Rev. J. B. 5 uey. of Emporia, P N
i oqJ4 be Accepted, but that demands Panama to the Colombian congress day's picnic at the summit of the Oe chaplaIn-b
Italtt U n*> u follows: urging the passage of tie canal treaty. mountains, which ie reached by the Army of the Republic, is here. I ir

TU Immediate: severe punishment of Because; he was socially snubbed by Lacumbre trail. Frederick Lueders The encampment opens today. i .
Reina President Cabrera of armed in town last night and reported
tie cnr&erer; the arrest and exemplary \ .
Guatemala has thrown the former into that one of the party, Miss Gaihurol. Invested with Pallium. a
: ,
?ua!.ccafct: of the person who
bred prison. was dying but he was so exhausted Rome August 13.-Tie ceremony ol One of does make the I
at M. RontkovftU's carriage. The ..... It; drop water not ocean .J.
no particulars could be learned.A
ixmai.iu production of positive proofs The Bulgarian government has presented the Imposition of arciepiscopal palli-
tai th Till pf Moca&tlr has been ao a memorandum to the powers party then left for the scene and na on the most Rev J. J. Harty.arci- -;, One grain of sand will not make a shore .

tally Ualited; the immediate sever charging the Turks with unspeakable Leuders followed them. They return. bishop of Manila, was performed to I One feather does not make a bird 1
eJ at midnight with, who was found I
pualaament! of all the civil and atrocities in the disturbed districts of day by Cardinal ilaccni, in his own
oiLtiry c&c&j responarbl for the the Balkan a* the foot of the grad a raving maniac private cbapal. The first chaplain : One leap will not make a frog : 1 1S
and who could give no account of
T tartar. celebrated mass, Cardinal Mac"ii as .

I' In ridrtita to these demands! Ambtmior IMPERIAL TIRADE ISSUED. the whereabouts of the rest of the sisting.! When Archbishop Harty had IT IS ALL THE REST- e

Zlnovteff! WA Instructed asa party. been invented with the episcopal robes .
Turkey Calls Out Many AdditionalTroope The efforts of the searchers so far '
meant of general pacification In and mitre! the cardinal placed the pal- .
the Tilim of Monastic to make the folkwlsf -Macedonian Insurrection cave been fruitless in finding any trace hum on his shoulders and the archbishop .

demands: 1 Constantinople, August 18.--An imperial of the lost eicursionists. took the oath to observe the I .

The Immediate severe punishment trade has been issued calling Miss Gr&thwol was staying La Santo rules of the church. Mgr. Edward W. : :

rf iU Turt! h officials! regarding whose But 52 additional<< I battalions of troops Barbara for her health and was Fowler and Father Zepr acted as wit. .

' ctitrAg m9 behavior A report wag made (about 52,000 men) from the European only 21 years old. nesses. Archbishop Harty during

I by the director! of the Russian provinces of Turkey in coise the day paid farewell visits to Cardinals I 5
I late at Uekub, after making a tour quence of the spread of insurrections FEARS FOR POLAR EXPLORER.It Gotti, Rampolla, Respignl. Mar- And so it is with most things in life and

of the viltyot of Koasovo in company In Macedonia. These troops comprise tiselll! Steinhuber and Vivesy Tuto. especially is it true that one advertisement .
.wlth tie 20 battalions: of reserves of the first. U Thought Baron Toll May Have ...
Austrian consul the
; class from A-drianople and Salonica Russian Black Sea Squadron. will make successful advertiser.
statement of Ismail Hakkl, who re-in'l Bon Lost. ; you a :
dismissed army corps. The balance are reserves St Petersburg, August 18. The
but whose efficiency was St. Petersburg, July 31.-(Correspondence line of and it in .
tDdorsej -* ha second class. squadron of the Russian Black Sea S Layout a publicity put .
by Hllml Pasha, inspector of the Associated Press.)
fleet under orders to sail for Turkish
general of Macedonia; the immediate Doctors Pronounce Hm Insane -The Imperial Academy of Science i; I.' SI
waters consists of the battleships:
release of the peasant's on whom .New York, August 13.-C. Endicatt beginning to entertain most serious Catherine II, Tria Sviatitelia, Rostis- .
according to the of the Rus- Allen, the real estate man and Harvard explorer I
reports fears for the polar BaronP.
!lay and Dynadzatostoloff, four -
e:1I "and Austrian consuls the TurksIerpetrated student, who, after lying in a Toll, from which nothing has been boat destroyers and sit mine and I : THE OCALA BANNER, I

atrocities; the instant dis- doze at Long Branch for 42 days, heard since he left the yacht Zaria, torpedo transports. The

olssa! and punishment of the officials was brought to Bellevue hospital in July 13, 1902, in company with two arrived at Sebastopol yesterday squadron pre i : 'e N 'z That Will Pay v \& \* 9ESTAHLIMIEI
of the administration of Salcnica and this city for examination has been Yakouts and started for Bennett is. to
paratory saili-aj last nIght for the
Prisnend whose malpractices have: pronounced insane and will be place land. Tha Zaria left its winter quarters Turkish coast. I. .

been brought to light and finally that In a sanitarium. The doctors say early in June last year to find

Oe foreign officers employed in MaceJoaa his long sleep was the early sign of Baron Toll as well as his associate/ the Textile Strikers Resume Work. .0. i
:: < shall dementia although it puzzled the doctors iiiiiiiiiiuliiiiiiiisi.
immediately enroll fresh Zoologist Biurouali, who: had gone toNew Philadelphia. August 13.-It is esti I
, lendarmery and police for because during his waking hours.
the requisite Siberia. The vt'tsel5 unable mated that between 6,000/ and 7,000, I Ii
. t' protection of the peaceable popula.. Allen's mind was perfectly clear and to accomplish its mission and textile !strikers principally in tie i --

fitioD: tire and the Introduction of legisla his physical condition good. returned late in the season to the branch, resumed work to>iay. The rug i I: ) 11 \'E.ns.I .

!i order. Chlian: Cabinet Crisis. river Lena. Blurouali escaped across manufacturers made no concessionsThe

On August 12 Count Lamsdorff tele. New York August IS.-Tie cabinet i the ice. Three relief parties were strike was begun 11 weeks ago I RAKE BROTHERS'CASH

Ptphel: to the Russian diplomatic crisis here !is developing into a political sent out by the academy early last and of the original 60,000 strikers but I
8ect at Sofia
that the imperial government quarrel cables the Valparaiso. spring. 10,000 remain out. Many of the idle

could not obtain adequate Chile, correspondent of The Herald. There seems to be no doubt that hands are dyers and it Is said if they Dealers.
tlsfaction for the assassination of they reached New Siberia quite earlyin Liquor
The entire cabinet has not resigned continue to remain firm they may
Rostkovski and therefore had already a;; first reported. Only the ministersof theseason as the ice was very strong comp some of the mills to close because I II
and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J.
, taken measures to secure re- finance and justice have desertedthe and present hope Is that Baron ToE of the lack of dye stuffs. I Authorized) Bottlers Lemp
drew St.. Louis Beer.
Brewing Cos
government and the rest of the may have been able to return to New
The despatch of the squadron is in- cabinet is holding back temporarily Siberia. Lake Gives Up Its Dead. ,

t r)'. tended* to emphasize Russia's Intention I hoping for a settlement of the difficulties Gloversville X. Y., August IS.-Tia 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla

!.pA.exacting complete. compliance. with by the political D rties. BRIDGE GIVES WAY. bodies of George and Evans and Miss 1.
"errands as to satisfaction for tae ] Florence came to the surface of Lake PIS ICE LIST APPLICATION.. :

murder, by a Turkish gendarme, 01/| A Physician Healed. First Serious Damage from Present Canada toiay. The two young pee ,

. her consul at Monastlr. II I I II Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing ph}'!!>i.dan i- Rise In Kansas River. ple have been missing for some days, -

I II I,. of Smith's!! Grove, Ky. for over Kansas City, August 18.-The first having gone for a boat ride and not C. I.! GRACE.
returning. Mrs. Evans have '
was to
11 I I thirty years, writes hip personal experience serious damage from the present rise
tr come into a fortune today and both
I; with Foley's Kidney Cure: In the Kansas river at this point occurred -
We well known. Both bodies Successor to Central Lumber Co.
like best to call !V "For years I had been greatly botLered to-lay when. the James street were were

SCOTT'S EMULSION J i with kidney and bladdar trouble bridge, the only means of street car I viewed Johnstown.by the coroner and then takento Dealer In

gland. I usede'er.thh1jC traffic between the two Kansas cities,
a food because it stands so emphatically i I and enlarged prostrate Kiln Dried
Dressed Lumber
. and Flooring Ceiling
nutrition. ; known to the profession gave way.The Rough ,
for perfect 4 Strike of Stonecutters.
I commenced bridge had been weakened by and Siding Lathe Shingles and Brick.
relief until ton ,
without ,
yet in the matter of restor- PTttsburg August IS.-A strike of
the high water of the week aid could.
After tak-
ing appetite, of giving new i e Foley's Kidney Cure. not stand the force of tie great mass stonecutters of Allegheny county wan Manufacturer of
ing three bottles I was entirely relieved begun today for an increase in
t strength to the tissues, especiallyto : of driftwood carried la from the west wagesof
and cured. I prescribe it now 10 cents hour. The have Ballusters Columns Door and
the nerves, its action is that by the swift current an men Turned CasingsiNewels, ,

't,,.;, of a medicine. j daly in my practice and headily Other structures, including the stock been receiving 50 cents an hour and I Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
" J. Send for free sample. recommend its use: to all physicians demand 60 cents. Over 500 men arE :
.. SCOTT BOWChea'sts. i yards and the belt line bridges, are in Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
' 1ewYakyx. for such troubles. I nave prescribed mediate Idle. Much work is tied up and about
4O'N1sl'CM1SIrect, danger.
.-; .and jt.oo; a:1drugglStS.r it in hundreds of cases with perfect The river continues to rise today. j 15,000 members p" ether occupationswill receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

success." Postoffiee Drug Store m be affecte' sizes. :Mail: orders attended to promptly.k' .


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Rev. J. P.. Hilbjrii. financial a Is SPRINGS

t of Sutherland; seminary, Rev. J. A. "I

Hendry, pastor of Ocala's Methodist

church, and Rev. J. P. Durrance, L. L Mew I* buil 1iu< a tacit, tn

i, I DOINGS ALL OVER MARION COUNTY conference colporteur all made excellent and !stonge h4Wse for ifi-an, '1 !(|Jcomes "

necessary to
I cture. This scriM in b*>- aed'.qIn.latr[ lju
large number of ,
h' r*- ant
\ hlf of hf. Johui rhurcn, desires to nl'"
--' u..1 in hN naval.hl l ,,,
thank Mrs
L. D. Ite'k, of CottageHill

L HAPPENINGS AT ANTHONY. bound fram start to finish. C. L. FORT McCOY DOINOS. BELLE VIEW.Mr )It'S,r". James and Joe Hud-jen, Miss 0 sar i lltlttli. Itl! t t.r'llbtt

I*! Bittinger, of the Ocala Star, was called of Fellow D:,Witt, of Anthony .r..
-hiy, and others, for a<9H- tll'1'II'hl(
i Since my last notes many things to the front and made a stirring Justice of the Peace D. L. Gran- and Mrs. Alvau Lucius went to tanee rendered! i in th.* mu->ic.Me some time here enjoying ft,. r"IUalC

i have occurred here. address in his usual happy style, tham of this plac. has been busy house keeping in the Belleview block -*-r.J., Will and Charles Yt'almJile J and recreation.

On the 6th Mr. Charles Howell and part of his time lately, holding the this week.
i. I which wa appreciated by all present. Since her marriage she H Lu"in..s'I trip to the Brick City last I Dr. Welch, of Pltiu w,. atMl'

Hiss Ida Kenny were united iu bonds The singing, led by Miss )Minnie t scales of justice in numerous cases has been living at home with her Tuesday.Is here on profVMoml 1 hu.tl.A| ,>?, pn

of matrimony by Rev N. I'lummer. Miller in the morning, and Mrs. L. brought from adjoining districts. He I father. Dr. Alf Ab.hire, and mother.A it fair to criticise:a man's public I dty night.At .

for has sent two toters" to the
left at once "pistol
The youn couple D. Beck: in the afternoon, assisted by council the
meeting was held in the a.-is or utterances under a non de literary 'If'h.tv "t, k1.,
their home at Palmetto, where ilr. hard roads in the last few days. town hall
that musical genius, James Hudgens, Saturday night intere
evening to nominate i- plume. This scribe believes in fair an tin< rwhue wa"

,, Howell is engaged in business.On was good. The public collection for Your correspondent i N pleased tonote officers for the town election play-if I make public my sentimentsand debate b >twwn yaurit; la.h.w ". !..i
of Mr. andMrs. however that all this trouble
I the bth the heart the college, in view of the fact that which was postponed some weeks ago any one desires to criticise them question R*ohM. hat ,su,,., I.%
; Claude :(ix were made glad seems to have originated outside the It
is to be
our monied men failed to put in an held Sept. I. I fi
let preferable to
them do it over their proper nameLetter 1 city life' It
when a son was born to them. The Fort McCoy district. A
appearance on account of pressing great amount of rain has fallen! warmly mnUf<*d and .W.t..I

mother, Mra. Nix, has fever and is not I Ik I I business, was very good. The net Tax Collector E. L. Carney has appointed the past three weeks. Lake Linian From Stephen D. LongTo favor Af the&fflrattfv. .|1,1.> i It

well. J. W. Stevens, of this place, the Editor of the Ocala Banner
doingiso of the ice and lemon being
receipts cream than in ten year, so it i.- J Alhm Brht On the 10th a eon was tarn in the ade stands were ample to liquidatethe deputy collector to collect the delinquent said. Will you allow me space to reply to McBride Hoo.'t". at '"

home of Mr. and Mrs. HutU. Mr. debt for furniture. The taxes of Orange Springs, Eureka Prof. Green has been a statement contained in your paper
parsonage Mrs.
building Leg 01'bllt'
a -fnilti,
of their and Fort some weeks in the will ,It
Butts and wife are proud McCoy. ago regard to
picnic in quantity and quality, came large barn on his place. He i is going visiting rf'IIUYM here
Several parties here are making of my brother, the late John D.
fully up to the high standard long extensirely
stock raising.Mr. Will Wimbt-riy i. horn f..r I .
Mrs. Browning, of South Carolina, arrangements for a trip to Salt Long. .
since established by the good ladiesof Freeman is
finishing! a large tion (rom Jaefe.*avillFoIy'fKMfttf <..
mother of Mrs. Hutta, came in on the Cotton Plant, Fellowship, Martel, Springs in a few days where they will two story blacksmith shop on the The will made by him i fe entirely -

12 o'clock train Tuesday night, so herdaughter's York and All camp and enjoy some of the fat mul- of satisfactory to all the member of the
corner his
Leroy. present were home lot on Weet Front : Cure i. a lllwil..<..,
home was brightened with let of that place. fimily.
well filled and seven baskets of the gtreet. fret from pot-")** and rI!! ',r, ,
two happy events. Judging from the numerous button During! his life time if he did Lot : ny
that had touchedwere
not been
fragments Another large party went to Like case of kWoejr dtHra.. hat i. n.,' u.
The meeting at the Methodist holdings we had in town last Saturday assist i financially his brothers and
gathered up and carried home Weir Tuesday to help Mr. Joe Wis- [ yond th* reach of mtii.-u! \> *i

church cloned Monday uight. by the ladies. Seven were used as there must be quite a number of nant eat the fiih he caught. Mr. and sister more than be did, it was office Drug Sin*. n

Misses Ossie Lou Griffin and Blanch the Bible number. still hunting going on with the candidates Mrs. J. because they refused to ask it at nU --
N. Nelson and
family Mr.
Lindner had their hearts set on a tripto The aunt of Dr. W. R. O. Veal, for the various offices to be and Mrs. W. J. Bryant and family, hands and not because of any failureon The next vit tn. ..*ala! .,' I c M:

Orange Springs, their trip mater Mrs. Rebecca B. Cnatten, of Way filled in next year's primary. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith and family ) his part to offer it. Allen, the eye and' e.rJiy- *m

ialized. They left this morning with General Bullock i i- quite right whenhe Very truly. IH. Thurwiey A/Ku..t- II a.n.I .
cro.4, Ga., nee Mickel, who when the )Ir. and Mrs. Joe Wisnawt and

high anticipations of a good time. doctor i.1 childhood was left an orphan says it is a serious thing for a man family, Mr. Lucius and family, Mr. I STEPHEN D. Lo.vt.. I telhrma.STRAUSS' .

Mr. Bishop i and family will return took him to her house and to announce himself a candidate for --. '-
I < Tell Jones and Mr. Lightsey being ----

r from Orange Springs next Saturday. cared for him as her own son until governor of Florida and i+ undecidedyet among the number. "76'Trje '" STRAUSS'

Mr. McDowell went down to bring he arrived at theatre of manhood has as to what he will do in reference r Mr. and Mrs Peter Jom spent

f hU daughters home. been visiting the doctor and his to his candidacy.J. .
Monday Ocala.
in Mr. Jones
Hay making i is the order of the day. family the past south, wad stricken E. Stevens, who has been in went Firjest
; up to see Dr."an Hood, be had along ROYAL RESERVE
If you could see the fine beggar weed with paralysis the 7th inst., and died Ocala: for several months is' at home
splinter in his hand which has
hay as it is hauled by in large wagon from its effects the night of the 15th for a rest spell.

loads, you would be. impressed that and was buried in St. Johns cemetery Miss Elsie Grigg-, of Oxford Sum- troubled him about two months Dr. 4 FULL QU0RTSDELIVERED $6 fA Four Quarts ffT Cfl .
H. .UU
cut out and drent-ed the hand; Delivered. ?J.JU
this section is a land of plenty.Mr. yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ch tten'l! tr county, is visiting friends here. which is now improving.

Geo. Brown has completed his daughter, Mrs. Stephen, of Way Miss Blanche B. Stevens, who is Misa Edna Nichols gave a birthday -- -

new barn, and! now ;bas the painters cross, Ga., was with her mother when attending the summer normal at
to her
party little friend lost :O; tur.

it 1 beautifying his residence. Anthony she died, she having nearly reached Orange Springs, visited her parents day. All had! a fine tillit'ftt'r Every bottle of genuine

still booms. here last .
four score years, being seventy seven Sunday.Mr.
games on the lawn ice cream, cake
Mr. and Mrs. Pipher have moved t years old when she died. Mrs. Chat- and Mrs. J. S. rantham, of
were served.
Anthony and will make this their ten had been a consistent member of Fort McCoy, were visiting relatives at Our Pabst
postmaster, Dr. Alf Ab-hire,
home. They occupy Mrs. Harwell'scottAge. Turner Farm last Sunday.
the Baptist church for ,
many years left last week fur a vacation, he left
and was loved by all who knew her. Messrs Levi Priest and son, Joe, the
on excursion train
out of Ocala
Mr. A..P. Baskiu, ona of our best The bereaved relatives have the sympathy who was arrt'tt'd'y\ Deputy United
with the ba-e ball team. Before the
citizen, has bought Mr. Hooker's of the people of our commu- States Marshal Hampton S. Chambers Blue Ribbonbears
train had gotten half way to :St. Petersburg -
place near town. He is also erecting lat week, are out on bond for '
he had a alight stroke of
; a large barn in town near his resident GAITER VLLE. their appearance at the next term of j
i paralysis and was unconscious when
cloi to the.railroad. the United States court. They had j
taken oil the train and carried to a the trade-tl arh "Pabst Milwaukee"
Messrs. Lee Howell aid! Elbert Rain is still a regular visitor to our been selling wine without a license.Mrs. .
livery stable opposite the depot from
Sheeley are out on a fishing expedition: little berg. We can say with assurance J. W. Stevens and son, Wesley
there was taken to the Price Bras in red circle. I In the
somewhere beyond Ocklawaha river. that we live in a wet county.Mr. returned home from Turner Farm a
knew him, until Friday morning -*
Mr. J. Howell left for Braidentownon John Bras, of Ocala, spent last week, where they visited )Ir. and when he
regained consciousness and

Wednesday evening.It Friday night in Gaiterville, the guestof Mrs. D. F. Simmons. telegraphed for his son-in-law, Mr. making of Pabst Beer .

seems as fflMr.euuings is anxious his father, Mr. A. )Icl'. Brass. .
J. t> j1) to the senate judging Mr. Welch, of Holder, was a Sun GRINER FIRM. I for Lucius St. Petersburg who started and broughthim imojeiliately : The barley is right

from the letters the citizens of Anthony day visitor to Gaiterville.Mr. I
t )Ir. aud Mrs.: Hill and family, of J home Saturday. He is improveing
} are receiving. W. L. Brooks The
made a business
j but are
t is right
Palmetto, are visiting her brother, still unable to use his left
Mr. Ray bullock was out here one
i trip to Dunuellon Saturday.Mr. ]
1 Mr. Hullum Jones, for a few weeks. baud. When he became conscious
.:, day this week attending the justice A. W. Brass was in Gaiterville
Mrs. Luticia Culbert has returned I be found he had been robbed .)f The water is right
Court. He came to defend anegro and he haabout
says got
to Georgia with a view of locating in nearly alibis money, th e thief did n< t '-
who killed his neighbor's hog.
everything in shape at his new home
The jury in spite of Mr. Bullock's in Citrus county and will soon be I our neighborhood in the near future. take his watch or some change he had I The plant is right

Misses Ada and Ruth Leitner, of in another: pocket. He was probably
earnest effort to clear his client, living in ease and plenty.Mr. I
robbed while unconscious on tbe train. That's
Anthony, spent Sunday in our berg. why
found the negro guilty. Judge Wilder .
L. F. Sparkmau returned Wednesday and ilrs. i Mr. Rex Nichols is expected home
MH.TjIer Tompkins .
granted the negro a new trial. Col.
from a pleasant visit among
from Clearwater today. JO H.
Ocala, attended divine services here
Bullock said to us the case has already relatives at Maple, Fa., and from

cost the county $35. This beats the what learn he will be Sunday. .
we can a frequent COTTON PLANT.
price of Sam Jones' hog in Ocala. visitor there after this. Miss Penuie Holland, of Citra, spenta I

few days last week in Griner F'iflu.1
Ocala only pays cents per pound. It is with much felt regret that we Pa tbeer

This hog will cost the county about Miss Holland i is: our intendeJhvol' Mr. Fred Veal, of Jacksonville, in
l learn of the departure of some of
$1 ptr pound. teacher. company with his two daughters: ,

Weather is exceedingly hot cut Giiterville's brightest little citizens. Mr. M. M. Hal-ell, of Anthony, Miss Vera and Miss Jessie, spent last
here. They are Johuuie, lob aid little Joe -
spent Sunday with relatives here. week with the old folks. Fred is: a
The District Epworth League and Rayburu. They left their old home
Sunday School Confernee will Mr. James Lullmau: Killed a large Cotton Plant boy and has a host of
con (Gaiterville) Monday for Coal City,
veiieat Anthony iu the month of rattle snake last Friday. It measuredsix friends here who are always glad to I IS
t Ala., to join their brother, C. F. Ray-] !
1 ertewb r. feet and had eleven rattles. The see him. He is a faithful and efficient
burn. They were accompanied as I
MARTEL GLEANINGS.Mrs. snake bit Mr. L's. fine dog which official of the A. C. L. railwayand
far as Ocala by Mr. R D. :Stokes,
died in a few minutes. has been for a number of years.
H. W. Loug is visiting relatives from Ocala to Coal City their journeywill Mrs. Chatten Fur Salt- !1iSTRAUSS
Messrs. Vincent Chalker and Bert formerly of Way- i\
in Jacksonville.Fred be among strangers but we hope
Murphy are taking an outing at :Salt: cross, Ga., but who recently came to
they will be friends as well and
Veal of Jacksonville eldest may
spend the remainder of her with
for few days
Spring a days. & CO.
God of the fatherless
the be with
of Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Cotton
son ,
her Dr. W.
Mr. Charlie Murphy, our strawberryking nephew, R. O. Veal, died ,
them ever to guide them in the
Plant ,
spent the past week with his
I Saturday night and was laid to rest
has half an acre already set to
and brothers right way and make their l lives: one
uncle and
1' parents aunt.
plants. Mr. Murphy is a hustler and Sunday afternoon in St. Johns ceme Wholesale
1 His bright children accompaniedi' of happiness, is the'i"h of their Liquor -
Hon. H. W.
always gets there. tery. Long, in a solemn
faithful friend Uncle Joe.
him. He is welcome
always a visitorto
Messrs. Will :Scarborough: and and impressive manner, performedthe
r: his many friend. Wonder if our machine agent is OCALA FLA.WbeuAWornan
Joseph Fore are building barns with funeral service at the grave. Mrs. .
a, Hon. J. M. Barco and wife spent not coming back to Gaiterville again .
which to harvest their large crops in. Chatten was a very excellent lady -
Sunday with their son, D. X Barco son, as he found everything so pleasant ----- --
g Mr. W. 1' Chalker is erecting a acd leaves many friends to mourn
i here last week.
g aUl\fllmily.
UNCLE JOE. handsome dwelling on his large plan- her departure. the was Christian

y The religious educational rally at tation. I woman and had lived the time allot Feels : '

; k tit. Johns church of Cotton Plant, the
Mr. J. B.Griner is handsome ted to man.
adding a
11 12th iust., was a grand, success on all l gIDcprQssQd. '
DraggedDown new addition to his already attiactivejhouse. Mr. J. M. Barco and wife visited 'r..
L lines. The address of Rev. J. A.
their son, Xewcombe, last Sunday. I bas tegncet ..
i? Hendry, of Ocala, Rev. J. P. Hit FeelingIn \ aPpenw. 1.r.&bUuy headsctxs to steep, I loW."aM.., of tttiRlL.., ....::1 !I ,\ ,
Mr. J. E. Howell a .
Friday, Sept. 4, will be our annual of the firm ot t el1ntu> not d.e m. r .tJ as .
: burn, financial agent of the Florida the loins.Nervousness. I atxesutily eetoa tcm.w .,.;N
picnic. Everybody is invited to attend Howell & Bell, made a business tripto
unrefresMng sleep despondency It's
Conference College at Sutherland and the Liver.
with well filled baskets. We Jacksonville!: last week.
Rev. J, P. Durance, Florida Confer
It is time you were doing something. Mrs. R. W. Ferguson of Old Town Dent &Q to get nodal at
make a special request for the editorof lone OrojL et
) ence colporteur, were of a high order The kidneys were anciently called the
the Ocala Banter: to be and spent last Sunday with her parents,
reins-in your case they are holding the present:
and :
intellectually morally
religiousl reins and driving into serious trouble.Hood's HERBINE
you give us a speech on the political issuesof Mr. and Mrs. J. d. Weathers.The 1
each being a gem within itself of
Sarsaparilla the day. XIGIITEJ.T.ALE. people of Cotton Plant and It Rill gLIcYlI and
profound thought based lureJ1 ftltON the
upon diligent sad dl
t Acts with the most direct. beneficial effect adjacent communities were treated to toe! lilo esute organs 10 tbelr DOIm&1 l..a.q.'gK .
research, and extensive observation, on the kidneys. It contains the best and J'UH PPCIS PUB uaupix >se*>. W01l.U after taktct the W lvta
safest substances for correcting and toning some fine lectures at St. Johns church 30 C at.. AU.
which\ their audience spell]1 these organs. mtl lamWIOJ DIVCCISTIf.l ,
1 Ion the 12 inst., on educational lines.


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ENCAMPMENT 6 A R Difference ARBITRATION Between Alabama BOARD.Miner

LIFE Birmingham and Ala.Operators., August 17.-Tha Come to Our: Store

AT SAN FRANCISCO sixth day of the hearing of the arbt I

tration board which is to settle! the dif

t Every Train Bears Its Quotaof faiences between the Alabama coal m.1 For Shoes :

JETT AND WHITE. hers end mine operators was taken ut. ._ i
fOR Veta and Visitors. with a further presentation of eve

deuce by the operators. The uaw We have the best line of Cheap and Medium I
JT8 37TH ANNUAL CONVENTION. large crowd of Interested spectatorswas I
!to attendance. J. H. Adams, assistant Grade Shoes handled in Ocala, and we guar-

General John C. Black It Prominent district! manager of the Re- antee every pair solid leather. .

pulic Iron and Steel company, whc Your back if
Candidate For Commander-In-Cfilef money on any purchase you

For Year with Pcssibflity "tat en the witness: stand yesterday want it. .
Next Strong afternoon continued his testiomny He

that He Will B. Ek-cted. said that the 8-hour system would

fury rinds Them) [Guilty of Marcum'sMurder. San Francisco August 17More I crease the cost of production; tha\ | CHAMBERS SHOE CO,

f furnace laborers work 12 hours per day
than 2.000 members of the Grand and that tipple work washing and the _!nd door from corner Opera House Block. Ocala, Fla '
1 Army of the' Republic and it* allied
I like at the mines were such that the
; I assoc'aticng: have already arrived here output could not be handled in eight
I to swell the vanguard of the posts which hours.
I' i' will atttcd the ttirty- venth annual Judge Gray, chairman of the arbitration

I II I encampment of the nation organization. board, asked the witness many

Among the later arrival art sharp questions regarding the commissary ,

FAMOUS CASE CONCLUDED the delegations from South Dakota and or company stores syitem. He

New Hampshire, each about 100 strong wanted to know If It would not be an

and the Illinois party from headquarters easy matter to issue a laborer a V

.1 numbertng 220. The Uet named bill: as to give him a $5 check. Witness .

delegation included among its numbers Adams testified that his company

Motion for New Trial will? be Made by Defendant's General John C. Black, who Is a did not discriminate on account of

prominent candidate: for Commander- color In the emploj nent of laborers,

= in-chief tor next year with a strong and that It had as many -negroes U
(ttorijeys. Verdict of Jury Caused poasftility! that he will be elected and white Reverting again to the commissary

Adjutant General Partridge of the Illinois system, which seemed to la- 1i 1i

But Very Little Surprise C department G. A. R. The vet.eralU terest Chairman Gray more than any i

I of the Spanish-American war other feature of the investigation thy

15.1"neJur1'J are evidently going to be quite an important chairman asked if it would! not bbetter
Ky. August: I
Crnthlana, TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES factor In the coming receptionto to pay the laborer more frequently
of Curtis Jett and
in the ewe
the veterans of the Grand Armyof than to have him stop o3
charged with the as-
'nDmII Caterpillars In large numbers hara the Republic. They are pouring from work to draw checks. The wit-
B. Marcum at
i_u11ol1 of James returned a verdict appeared in Montgomery county and into the city from all quarters, and ness gave no direct eply to this question j
Jukiou taia morning southeast Alabama. Farmers ara'' one of the principal features of the but said that the stores of the jJ
at gdltr. axing the punishment The buying Paris green to exterminate | coming week will be the great consolidation company had originally been established J

jsch ** Wd imprisonment. the pests. of all:l organizations of the late at the request of the miners."It jI

verdict .was returned the when courtroom.there ware The campaign! for tie second prl war. Parade of this organization nest I looks hard." said Judge Gray I
but few persons in Tuesday \\:11: include within its ranks ,
was County mary; in Mississippi! is a warm oc e, "for a man to work for $100 per month
The only attorney present Both Yardt>man and Critz! candidatefor every man In this city who has an honorable : and get only 475 because of this store
receivedthe .
Attorney Webster. the gubernatorial nomination have discharge from the United check system." ** TROPICAL PINEAPPLE TAR AND WINE j
comparative indifference
verdict States army or navy. The statement referred to the method .
calmness. White, who has headquarters at Jackson is backed by more than a Million Dollars of Florida
The triumphal arches and the street of discounting store checks for cash.
strain The testimony before the board of!
under severe
tees apparently a decorations are advancing rapidly to The witness said that negroes drew capital.It .
and his arbitration! which Is trying to adjust
daring the trial, up completion and the announcement is checks to get money for gambling! and
and Stomach Disorders.It .
Golden. differences between operators aid miners cures Indigestion ::;
eves filled with tears. Attorney now maJe that everything will be in for drSnkteg. Judge Gray inquired if
defense, stated that a motion I so far is mostly of a technical is Tonic gives and strength
for tie readiness for the general Illuminationon the present system did not encourage a pleasant ; appetite
will male as soon character The object Is to get testimony
trial I*
Icr a new Monday
these Immoral practices.! 1
the .
The opinion I regarding differential waget. ens system.If
!l u rcss1b::?. genera I
ifers to be that the mct.\) '11'111 be President<< Roosevelt will call congress MERSEY FOUNDERS. FEMALE CONVICTS MlTTlNY. your druggist does not handle it, write, to t.iie i

crerruled by the court and that It will in extra session earlier than he .
manufacturers. Cure or no pay. I
teen! goes the court of appeals. Intended. Cuban reciprocity and financial Eight of Her Crew Said to Have Lost Negro Women Grew Rebellions/ at
The verdict: occasioned little surprise : legislation will:! be stressed in tie I Their Lives. Prison Farm Near Milledgeville. TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO. j

here after the: deliberation! of the call. II I Qjebec. August 17-The steam tug Milled Seville.! Ga., August 17.-There Jacksonville, Florida.

Jury had been so prolonged. President Parry of the Manufat i Mersey foundered on Wednesday near has been a mutiny at the woman's 1

The only Question: which caused the turers' association speaking at the i Outarde Shoal, about UO miles from building at the state prison firm
delay it Is said, was that of punishtcenMleath I "Mob" convention, likened organized lere The tug left here Sun-day a;. Aout 75; negro women while at sup- fIJ [NOTE:-Tropical Pine-Apple Tar and.in.e i* 3

or life imprisonment. The labor to Judge Lynch. He said that I ternoon for Saves Shoal, but had to per began to show a spirit of lawlessness made from the juice of the Florida Pineapple, Pin

verdict von the whole is regarded as a I union! labor was nothing! but a mobo put beck because" of some defect in The guard could do t'1ttl"Ith tar and Grape Wine and is asbolutely pure and a
for tie defense as the prosecution the boiler:
victory cracy. them. One ol the women jumped up true tonic.-ED.] ,
asked that no middle: ground be The damage sustained by the Massachusetts She started again Monday and passed and said: There will bw: no more

taken and that tie men either go clearor appears to be serious. Lugs Rimousky: two days later. Nothing whipping here." The same spirit of

be hanged. sums will be required to repair the WES heard of her until a dispatch lawlessness was manlested! this morning ,
The case has been on trial almost battleship was received: she had foundered, and so much that Captain Foster feltit

three weeks having been begun July minister of the eight on board five were drown neoessory to go over to the different I
Lord Salisbury former prime
Y!. At the first trial at Jackson the ed. The accident happened on tht.north squads and tell them very plainly
of Great Britain is reported tc
Jury disagreed and It is believed the shore and details are unobtainable that there "u no change in the laws
verdict today was a compromise witha be critically 111 and unless they went on with the
Parliament: has bees prorogues
Juror opposed to capital punishment. All the men aboard were young work in the usual way they would
in King Edward'sepeech .
There nothing
The friends of Captain B. L. Ewen and was Interest. French Canadians.: not only get whipped, but get more
ether witnesses for the commonwealth of special I I of It. This! had the desired effect

,*ko have suffered greatly and were The Turkish gendarme who lolled i DENY LYNCHING STORY. and things were much better the balance .

living; in fear cf their lives are greatly the Russian consul at Monaatlr tu I of the day.

relieved. They expected the death teen executed In obedience to the re-I I I Report that White and Blick Men They do not mind working for mea

penalty, which they'ere confident quest of the czar. I I 1 I Were Hanged by Mob. but have no patience with orders from

would have been followed by confes- Mme. Humbert continues to inter Albany Ga.. August 17.-Official* women. Yet it is absolutely necea-

tioa from the condemned men expoa- rupt the progress of her trial at Paris here last night deny the reported nary to have a matron at this build

lag parties high !in authority in Breath. by hysterical exclamations. She told I lynching of King Wlghtoan & negro, ing. A great minI are It for mur
itt county who are considered to be the Judge yesterday that the would and a white man named Thompson at

tick of the conspiracies. leave court with her head tlgh. Huufleld yesterday afternoon for as- der.Mr.. Allagood, Mrs. Allagood and 3

1ere have been 27 lives lost withIn uniting Mrs. Mathii a white woman. Miss DeCris as well as Governor Ter
the past two years In the HargiaCocirtU The two men who were recoglzec roll are receiving letters from all over

feud in Breathitt county and by Mrs Math, M her assailants, the United States, u well as Georgia,
Rendered Accepting
Committee Has Report
this! U the first conviction. No ar- Same. have been placed safely In Jail at Moul. b regard to the whipping of the "Dia a

hill or iadlctmenU had been made until tree, Ga. by officers, after eluding a mond Queen." J
New York August 15.-A cabled dispatch
lut May when the troops were ordared mob which had been hi pursuIt of the
to The Herald from Bogoto Colombia ;
to Jackson to protect' the grand negroThe. CARRIED TO FEDERAL COURT.
jvy and afterward the trial Jury andsitnesaes. report of the lynching: was received
The canal treaty committee has rendered t.I
here through apparently reMab5e Habeas Corpus Proceedings In Behalfof .I.Itl
Jett is rtlll under Indictment Tot a report accepting the Hay-Her sources, but I.1 ha Wen learned Lytle.

first degree! murder for killing Town ran: treaty with nine! f substantial that only cooler heads prevented the Montgomery, Ala., August 17.-The
amendments Senator Perezzotto and
Marshal CockrilL Jett said last flight lynchlngj of the two men. habeas corpus proceedings institutedIn
the rope tad never been made with Joaquin Uribe of the committee voted ---- 'I behalf of W. R. Lytle. who is wanted
for the rejection of the entire treaty. r MOTION OVERRULED.
ttfclj! to hang him. His friends say IS in Chicago for assault to murden
The senate by a rote of 17 to S has J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
he wd have a new trial, and even if and who is a brother to :Mary Gor
to fills in that effort he might be decided to discuss the treaty in public Judge Osborne: Will Not Grant New don who committed suicide! at Chicago .

rdoned in the course of time. sessions, in spite of the opposition of Trial to Jett and White. : last Sunday, were late this evening WHISKEY HOUSE
,, the minister of foreign affairs to such transferred ,
The from
the city court the
friends of the defendants showed Cynthiana, Ky., August 17J udgeObborne I to
such relief as to leave no doubt a plan. held a short session of court United States court Lytl has employed
cf their previous apprehension of the -- this morning and overruled the motion five attorneys in all. includingtwo Gainesville and Ocala Fla.

death penalty. KEG OF POWDER EXPLODES. of the attorneys for Curtis Jett ac The attorneys for the defense were It is said that the district attorneys = --
Thomas White: for a new trial! The I r
abeam when the jury came into court Loss of Life In Mines Near Birmingham men were yesterday convicted ar\i I were the ones that suggested charging :- Y4I

,*ad Judge Osborne sent for them. TheCOUrt Ala. given life sentences for the assassination courts as it Is claimed that Lytle is p

asked them If they ha* anything Blrmingh! : Ala., August 1:>.-A of J. B. Marcum of Breathitt county -I being held vlniolation of the constitution rl.. -- =--

to My after the verdict was read. Attorneys keg of powder exploded at the entrance Immediately! after court had over. of the United States The requisition '.=. ._::: ;--1-

r.., Blanton: and G fJen. for the deV of the North Alabama: Coal and ruled the motion the attorneys for tin : papers will be fought en they 'Z:- :; 2= !=7 :5"FAMOl'S
aea. said The Coal City are presented. The habe. corpus; &:_ -: I c:':
they did not. Judge Iron company's mine, at defense filed notice of an appeal, accompanied i ..
"ea said that he would adjourn court the following results. The read: by a bill! of exceptions. A proceedings will be heard tomorrow at ,, :;. J\# '1 = -: ;
12 o'clock. ::::00"; ;
anti 1:30: this morning. Ben Golden Austin Davis. stay of execution was taken for both :*, "' _- :w:!.
Ejected aa he desired to leave earlier: Sam Scrogins. prisoners for 60 days until the curt = -= C i -1

for ha! home in Barbourville. Judge Fatally injured: John Dickens, ef appeals passed on the case. Husband Suspected of Murder. x-- vp..., :.

.- Otborne told them to make their motion John: Kitchens.IKtchens The prosecution will resist the -defense I Kansas City August 11.Irs. Lllle I .- -..
for a new trial. The attorneys and Dickers were broughtto to secure a new trial and will Maude Evans, wife of George B. -- i I Tr

sent to the office of Blanton and filed Birmingham and taken to St Vin tht the case before the higher court. Evans manager of the American _.. n 'f 4

a motion for a new trial. When it was cent's hospital.; They are both badly Preparations are already being made : Transfer company was murdered in -O v'' -

r tinounced that the jury had come out burned on the face and about the upper looking to the trial of Curtis Jett for !I her home in the' southern portion of \XIIEl.SER 1IU&CI1 BEER ;;.

a crowd gathered at the courtroom part of the body. It Is not knowr the assassination of Town :Marshal i this city today. The Husband from
but tt was quiet and orderly. All! whether or not they can recover. .1 Thomas Oockrell of Jackson. Jett I I whom she filed suit for divorce last FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
the while Da- Wednesday, cannot be found and the Bourbon ata .._._......-.__|1.75 My U oo Gia at.... ......_,, ..-?____-f I.M
mountain men having gone to their The explosion occurred was Indicted by the Breattitt county Mvf:oo ETC.. or ._........ ...... :2 oo My Loo North Carolina Corn at .. LM
homes.At vii, one of the men who was kllleo, grand jury for this! assassination also. police are searching for him. The My 50 .. ... ...... 2.56 My 2.SO" ".. 1rns.. Dew.. Cor... It.. L.
murder My 3.00 .. ............... ..... : *
My M
cold 3.00"
10:45 to was most blooded and ()(!- -- 3.00 .. .. .. .. -
a motion for a new trial was testing a handful of powder The trial will probably be held at the I My 4 oo ..........._........ _.......... 1.75 My 4-00 .. ale
.sat: 1 filed before Judge Osborne and he see whether or not U would burn. next term of the Harrison county court I I currel while Mrs. Evans was asleep. My My 2.00 q. o"Ginat._..._..._.........._..._.... .2.01)1, 4.oo Sew England Ram at....... ___ tie

took the matter under consideration At the entrance of one of the mines which convenes la September. I Protest from Alabama. The Jug and Keg Trade lath a Special Feature.

.hl' court adjourned until 2 p. m. there 'Were several kegs of damp> pow. I I Narrow Escape From Death.New Andalusia: Ala., August 17.-Tha In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jug*. Haf-f alien jigs. I-

Belvernon Arrives at Mobile. der. Taking A handful: of tills, Daviali i York, August 15.-A broken whole of south Alabama. joins !n strong .gat1onjug.lsc2.gallonjug I sell more whiskey! and,251 better;3-gallonjug.whiskey than 35C: any kegsSI.house in FUrida.beca.se I gi.e good..
Mobile Ala. The Norwglan faid to have poured tt over hIs I and lull measure,
August estioods
.. trolley carrying a voltage that protest against the treatment of Miss wtltconv1nce you that"we are the people:'
steamer Belvernon has arrived miner's lamp. It would not burn soha would have been death to the average I DeCris! and strongly denounces the action A. Your ,& CO leae. J. F. EDcVARDS.
&?m Bocas eel Toro. The Belvernon took another baadlul from another '
man, held Edward Yorkers a of Allagood and wife as well as
; left Bocas Saturday at 8:30 and keg. This proved to be dry. and a
: p. m. switchman at the BroadwayBrooklynferries the physicians fa charge. The statement -- -
!Ipe rleaced light winds the first part park fell on the keg wtre more
'; rigid in his tracks for five of Bullard i* overwhelmingly
-'., beinga voyage BO signs of a hurricane powder was and Ignited minutes and he is still alive. Five denounced. li1 WHITE'S CREAM

: ". apparent In the Yucatan chaa- The result was a terrible explo hundred persons saw Yockers1 narrow WORMS iiVERMIFUCE !
sVSel. where sion. Five men were standing: aroundIn l .
<, the storm has since been escape. Yockers was standing Many Indictments Returned. ', Mod ia QWI&1ty.! Bttl QuiltY. <
.reported.! The latter of the a group and cot one of them escaped Tenn. ,., ...
, 1\ pant under the trolley! wire when it snapped Memphis, August 17.-The .
.I" ;'oyage, strong head winds and heavy injury. I and coiled about his body. Whenhe grand Jury today returned 64 indictments For 20 YearsJIas Led all Worm Remedies. (lam. \
xr.';'welts were encountered. Several yes. Davis and Scrogins died In a few was released an ambulance surgeon against hotelkeepers, saloonists SOLD BY eLL 't1GGBTS.

**ls, outward bound are.anchored In hours. The others are painfully In- examined him and sail Yockers and grocerymen. all charged with operating trepans by- .,+ ..JAMES...._ F. BALLARD' St._4.w Louts.w .
the I .
lower bay awaiting development lured. would probably recover. slot machines. ""'
the storm before sallIng.

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Contest Between Jeffries aid Corbett. TWIGG'S MANIACAL DEED.

THROUGH BRIDGE Cross Receipt $52,341 i I To Cure Cold in One "'
Savsn Person Dead:: as Result at Win a Day
San Francisco, August, 1?.-Accordj j
fled! Kans.
TRAIN TAKES PLUNGE leg to the official count 10,669 people j Wlnfleld! Kins., August 17.- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. PlI J on ev y
Yiewed; the contest between Corbet ;
se ven p roKns are now dead as a h Q
Million boxes sold in 12 months. This Signature ***. box.2.5
and Jetrries. The Seven past
Accident on Denver and Rio gross receipts t j result of the maniacal deed of Gil .
amounted to J62.340.:! Of this sum thefighters i hart, Twigg, who ]Drat: into the crowd

Grande Road. received; 70 per cent or W,628.. j I at a band concert here on Thursday
.. which was divide, ?5 pea cent to th2 o _._ =
night.] Turing: and threw o! his vie- .. -
14 PASSENGERS ARE INJU ED. winner and 25 per cent"to the loser. I bets cM wita short Jc.

For his victory Jeffries ;U enriched ta I[ Those: who have sine succumbed
Fall of Rain, Almost Cloud the of I33.72& while Corbett Ihe Old Standardrove's
Heavy a extent llbjio! j j are, Port Smith, Dawson B'lUtlr: andi

burst Wiaktnad Bridge and UnderWeight gets I Roy Dares, a bey.

There was practically very Hula I ]Elmer Farnsworth and Otis Carter
of Train the Structure Col-
money bet on the fight at the local: i j :re{ dying while Claud Ree-i, Charleii Tasteless ionic
l.pwcS-L1 of Casualties poolrooms. The heaviest I
money wag i Thomas and James Clarkson are in ft

Duena Vista, Colo.. August 17.-At red was by friends of Jeffries who 1 I critical! condition. A score of others
10:80 last night the Denver and Rio fame from southern California to see are, badly hurt. has stood thoLest, 25 ears. Average annual sales

Grind ,weer train Ko. 1. which tho bet champion welt at the win.odds Nearly of 2 all to the 1 la money J.t.tr.es' I I the A effects letter of has Twigg been which found Indicates among over One an:: a I Half Million bottles. Does this record

left Denver at 8:30 a- m.. went through
bridge near Nathrop, 8 mile cart little favorThe to reason given tar at) hat he planned the massacre! some of merit apr/al to ? No Cure No Pay. 50c.lottk
of here cau q the injury of 14 pang betting generally oom'ededM to days ago. He wrote that he had you .

.r*. be that the betting public hi Teryllttla harmed no man and h'-t never violated Enclosed with fV'7--' is a Ten Cent Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER P1LLS.e .
oo&Sdeocd ia Cbrbetf! oii.iic&- the -
The most Berlouftlyi-Jured: laws of his country, and that ;

Mri Hopkins, Albion.! 0. bad cot the deed t..e was about to perpetrate
CARBOLIC ACID) was for the of even"
over Mt eye and Internal Injuries. purpose "getting
Mr*. Lather, PitUhnrfc face t badiy with those who had shunned him and
In Pretence of Family u",. p WrhE.n
eat alight internal iajuzUa. interested themselves unnecessarily i
Exi&taM6. his affairs. He expressed regret that f'FERN:
ritt G Knapp. Milwaukee badly lacerated
leg.Mrs. N n Tort, August 17.-Aft arraying he did cot settle" his account with. HILL RYE.
herself Is
dre&i&g rea* for a Lieutenant
J. P. Knapp, lin 1'aaright. Myron C. Bowdiah and Cor'itract
dinner: ties H..
party says a ea,
ieg broken. Surgeon O. W. Woods of th I
Co.o., dispatch, Sinn Arthur B. Bradley United '
Fred Riser Ban Francisco, badly drank carbolic add died ta army against whom he THAT GOOD WHISKEY
bruised about the bead and face. appears to: have bad a grleva.nca.LT
the 'reaecce of bar pJ 3tad hot
)Ir. Banning, Oorydon. Iowa Blightly -

Injured about face and Lead. 17Sfie WM the dangttter of LOTO H.Stannard. LAROE FORTUNE. H. ROESNTHAL & SONS .Distillers, Cincinnati, 0.

severruises a wealthy snairffccturer ot Tenness Congressman RememberedKnoxvtlie

J. D. Smith. Muscartnq, Iowa, slight Loma this city Wood and>xoatoothr6aund lived; at h1e: auam In Will of Mrs. Martha Grave STRAUSS S CO., Distributors, Ocala, fla.{

Injuries about body.B. .
0. Brown, New York city, sprained Mrs. Bradtoy ... unhappy ia mv- T Dn., August 17.-By a
knee. rings acd recently. separated troa provision in the will of Mrs. Ma.rtharaves M

her husband.Spokane. recently deceased ia Washington .
R. O.
WaeDf..on, right ana -
D. C. Congressman: Henry R. -- -- ;
badly I ..
injured. ::= =:= .ceoi -
: ( Wash. August 17.-A. n Gibson, of the second Tennessee district
The wreck occurred oa a bridge Campbell a millionaire CDOTT a'Aiana becomes hair to between $54ut. ''II

weakened by the Cood.which was miner owner, in received a telegram! and $100,000; cash. i

Almost'Ihe a first cloudburst. from New York ioforml&g Dim tn.t Mrs. Graves, president of a bank :! Remember. LLIN5'COLLCQliTH ( ( ) f
engine of the
passenger the sale of tae Standard Gains to the ta Seattle, Wash., wan a college mate r
passed the bridge and the !
got ,
over excepting the tender.: The baggage TeleraJ Mining and Smelting company, of Gibson, sad it to said! Mrs. Graves I ===- r__=_.==== YE a new 130,000,000 corporation' Dee tad at that time took recognition of the ,I I ,!
car went through and wan; smashed .1
HockefeHert and Oouldi, taJ good qualities: of C'.e future : ''
to kindling wood. The congrses- 1WE CAN sell the : -
baggageman 'i you
been completed. The price paid fot and
man aided him financially in securing I I I !
jumped and was not Injured. The I I. :
Standard aboat
t smoker and chair cars were turned U 3000000. Tw his education. It is said: sheet smallest article or a ,:, Announcement :
Federal company will also take ov since contributed 11,000 '
partly over. The passengers Injured the Mammoth mln. and the !:mpir< .. fund each of..th five times campaign he : carload of anything pertaining j I '. The following departments are open for entrance I
were mostly in the tourist[ ,
1. was turned on its side; in sleeper the ravine that State. Idaho The group IB the Cb en.r d'Alsees. bas successfully run for congress. to Hardware, Iron I'i' MY'I'. t. .I'..:...e3e' 5o"I...._..... .A.......e-1, ...."..'..I "- "..... 9t1N1

'.; The dialog car and two a.eepera! wued capital of the Fed Congressman Gibson has accepted 'I 2llis S-siress Sccl, EcIIlrs! ::hl :f !:Iitstit., :
remained eral company will be I M,000,000, th@ Leoaest and be ia Slid to Nails Powder Dyna- .' I : Slla Sehcel of
on the track and the diner wu I I'j to planning Pipe, Fie Arts nlis School ci Icsesti: 4 hi-i-H-l Am.
common and half preferred 7 pc cat : an endowment: to "
converted;A. into a train hospital! car. The remaining $lO.ooo.CCO> win be held young men through college M Mrs mite, Lime, Cement, Stoves. : 1'1 -
with .
a numberftl in the treasury. The deal also included Graves to said to have assisted hlra. ,. ,I ': The trustees announce as president ol the college. to succeed ft* Cnrj H Ward '
physlclMia was hurried from Buens the Everett amelter and theMonte '' : D. D., resigned, Rev William Freemont ElaQkman, Ph. D., notion of Tlw M.kif, ,A
Vista at 11:SO o'clock and it wu not Cristo mice aDd railroad. Thedeal sow TWEXTYFIVECARLOADS ; :V'I, !II] Hawaii"and Professor of Sociology in Yate University from ifiej to 190. with 1acWt,
ontll S:15 this InJur.I I TO PENNSYLVANIA.JJ Iii I I :' of toeatyprolescorsendinstructors.
morning that the inquiries
; I is mostly cash, and partly toll IX '.OUR I 1'1' may6tadlrswdbUepatatdatr -
ed ,
were here.
That many stock in the new company.Stockholder Coal and Coke ,
Company of
were not killed outright wu man >i- > WAREHOUSES I

-ooi. *' Meeting Sell Property. --- -------------=-::-= 'I : W.r F. IL CKW M, FS1S. WINTER Ff F f'.A:
.. On the Colorado and Southern near Toledo, 0.. August 17.- J. ESWanj, 'j Krmlneham, Ala., August 17-It Isaanounwi ---- I II I ., e
fchwanders, 6 miles west of here a Simmons, of New York R. that the Paine Coal And I
; CMartin, jBAIRD I
wreck was reported at'8 o'c oak: this of New York, and Henry W Ashley, Coke company the property of tDrennens HDWLRE! !R( [

morning. The engineer' and firemanere of Toledo the retired members at the of this city, has been sold ....

reported seriously Injured. Ann Arbor board of directors warsreelected to the Lancaster Coal and Iron com- Gainesville Florida.

Mired Further here.details hare not been re- today. The stockhohiera' any, of Pennsylvania, for $100,000. I II I l For June Application

t meeting was held In the Ann Arbor The property consists of 2,000 acres

FALL private car which was run !ia oa the of coal land, on the meta line of th. \ On Bearing Trees Use
siding at Durand, inch, land enough 'Frisco, about 20 miles west of Birmingham !

to comply with the legal req'air da on which there are three I
H Destroyed Portion/ of Bridge at Men- of a meeting mines !la operation. The average daily FRUIT

don, Mich. output !is 400 tons The purchasers, PERUVIAN ANDVINE
j Detroit, Mfch., August 17.-A ipecial! An Unusual 1 Court Case it si understood, will) improve the property

to Tie Free Press from Mendon. New York. August 17.-Th* Monmouth extensively with a view of materially ,
Mich., asps a large meteor which fell N J.. county court at '
common increasing the output of the j 1
! here last night destroyed a portionof pleas has decided the case broughtby mines. The coal seam of the above jI i! A HighiGrade, Natural Guano FoimulaEntinu i Fr. t fr< ni VIIi :

k the bridge orer the St Joe riv era a landlord against; a tenant forrent lands Is considered equal to the best 6Qts,4&LifrM I I Forms of Sulphuric Acid.
It buried itself Into the earth. fcad which was unpaid because the In the state for coking and steam

a made a hole nearly 20 feet deep. It tenant had to oVe owing to bedbugs purposes exclusively The buyers will 450AD. !

eave forth a screeching sound as It The court favor the tenant Few assume charge of the mines la then I i Send for our new hooka

passed through the sky and struck theearth cases of the kind are on the court reoccrd. zt few lays. I

.' with a report that w&g heard fori "Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida Oranges"
I .. a long distance.
J'fttet, prisoners have escaped floss CRASH ON PENNSYLVANIA RO 12* rIIt I

TRiBAL WAR REIGNS. Jail. at Washington N. C. Two Freight Trains Coltldt-Brakemen 00 : WILSON & TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPNY
Tenn sa#. will hare aa exhibit el
r 0 Killed I
; Engineer Injured. 1
. Trouble Among the Cftfllcat 'IndianiIn Den products at the woiK'i fair. i
Philadelphia August .-Two i iEXPR JACKSOXV1LLK. 11.01111)1..
Alaska The !dent erf 1.4. Ahba.ma
pre. height trains on the
; Vancouver B. C., August 17.-The ! steamer Princes May, from hi. testimony before the mill.I AGENTS.
i IJ'oi between St Davids and Radnor, suburban [
brings word of a tribal war i bitratiag board at Birmingham ynet ter. stations, a short distance ot west ;;( -

I among the Chllkat Indians: of the IU day. of this city, killing! two brakemen and r.-

, wan tribe. BUBONIC PLAGUE RAGING. Injuring t.e engineer of the second JAS. I.GR.\HA\f, President. UEO W HYDE, \'Itti! PfMi
For several days a reign of terror I train.

wag In progress in the valley of the I II Fifteen Death Reported at Pacasm a ire A tramp who had his collar bone CHAS. E. BLUIi :&'CDKp J i The

{ Chilkat ly Witchcraft, which general In Peru. broken In the accident says several First? National BankOF
prevails among these Indians New York
la! August 17.-Of the 24 of his companions were riding on tha I
said to nave been at the 517 and 519 W. Bay St.
.t t tbe bottom of! cases of bubonic plague at Pacasmayoted freight and it is probable that they are --- GAINESVILLE
'. trouble. One Indian te repo 15 deaths are reported cables the bunted hi the wreckage. I

] killed a.nd'II1 ny badly injured. Lima, Peru, correspondent of The Her

;l Once Millionaire aid.The Train Dashed Down Mountain. Jacksonville, f la. I i The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.'Capital .
Died a Pauper. situation !is
alarming as the disease Pa., August 17.-Thsrailroad
New York. August 17.-iMoses Rockwell appears to De In virulent f orm.brakes on a coal train on the CentralWilkesbarre ] II'
'I Crow, projector of *:11'.1.' .. '*
extensive One
water new case of of New
the plague Is reported Jersey fallei: to hold ![ Surplus and Undivided
companies, and once a millionaire, at Slollendo. where It is believed o_ the sup mountain grade ..nearAshely 1!I .'HI), ""' \Ai
has died a pauper at the state the Does exclusively a banking>4int'oi. with facilities
hospital authorities have succeeded In today and a big wreck was the i actual tu any !wok i& t-*
on Wards Island. state. Solicts the accounts of Farme, Merchant
He projected the For nearly c.'orpll"u
the disease. Another result: : The engine preceded the train Etc. Interest allowed
person by special
present water arraneetueut. All ba ...
system io
used to
Ward's supply infested has been found in Lima. to Ashely to take water /find/ was half a century transacted promptly.!
made the millions about to start back to pick up the cars KM"H. E. T.\ lLpl: f a..t..
he spent so lavishly by develop Stowaway Deported Eleven Times.e' when they dashed down the mountain

Ing water systems for a number o! York, August 17.-For the eleveath SKe at a terrific speed. They crashed terrySSeeds -- -___ __ ____ '3
communities notably In Grand RapIds time Francesco into '
Ran/essa locomotive
and CharlesDevltt !
t ,In Mich this, and in West Chester county fessional stowaway, has attempted a pro to a brakeman was caught in siae...s..sienal.ess..Q..B

state.Ionty twins needed make his home In this the wreck amd fatally law bwn
country and for injured. He prowing famous rprf
for further operations, he mortgaged the eleventh time he will be deported had a leg and an arm cut off. knd..t vlsierra aoUererwhere.ll1US v .l Annual sold by i
his property and plants reek! pud free aU .
esa- Monday at the expense of the steam. poet to &ppl1clwlll.D. J READ I
ly. Bad financiering and l business }t.FERIlT iCO.
snip company which brought him here. Four To Be Pardoned. etrolt, i U-k.
quarrels got him into complicated litigation On
occasions Ranessa has Montgomery Ala., August 17.-hTe
which ended in foreclosure proceedings been detected an 3 sent to Ellis Island. pardoning board this afternoon recommended The
and the loss of his entire This time he : Times-Union
property. Jumped Into the river from to the governor the pardonof |

the steamer Sicilian: Prince and in four convicts, one of whom has -
Fire Loss of $550,000. making for shore swam into the arms life sentence. The following we re T. MURPHY .

Cincinnati August 17.-Fire starting of two Brooklyn detectives. recommenced for pardon: Tobe Reees, S REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $

,' to a shed !n which stock drovers slept Forest of Russell county; L. F. Compton of i I IMacQine One Month DAILY, postage AND paid SCXDAY A
f to V
destroyed Annex B of the Union Stock Fires. Marshall; Bud Smith of Cherokee, and Three::'>Months lagepaid ._.. taro A
} Yards early this morning, Baker City Ore., August 17.-A forest Charles Gllllland, of Coosa. Gillilandwas ) and IroijWor) s. !; Six :Months postage paid. .. jj '
causing a fire One Year, postage paid Coo A
: which has
Ios of J60.000. A large destroyed millioat convicted of murder in 1S97 and .
quantity of of feet of Umber ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $t 50 A V6AR, Z
and is
live thrsatenicg riven a life sentence. .
stock narrowly escaped destruc the Iron, lra",..i anil Itruuze Ca-till : SemrtiFecklyEdition ... .. Six Month j ,vi .
-a tion and three large saw mills and ranches is Three Killed by A Semi-U cetly Edition One Year
men were severely in. Lightning. .: Machine and Pattern : oo A
Jar d. The stables of M. F. Brown raging in the mountains near Sparta Charleston! S. C., August 17.Sara.hPoUe. Shop: Jtarineaudltuil-

and Robert West were also destroyed. The fire has been burning for a week. a negro, and two children were road ICepair All communications and remittances should be addressed to 7

Escaped Murderer killed by lightning last night at Brog-> THE f 1D81DA11MES UNIDN I
Captain Lasa Dead. Sheridan Recaptured. dens, in Sumter county. The woman 610 to 617! E. Bay St JacksonvilleStudy JACXSONYILLE. FLOHiOi |
Wyo., August 17.-BoonHorter.
Portland Ore.. August 17.-Captain was in the act of closing a window
Roswell H. Lamson. United States wanted In North Carolina for when killed. The
Infant in her arms
navy, retired, is dead; aged' 65 years the who murder! of two deputy sheriff aad: was knocked across the room and seriously at t HomeSSLeara -. ISUBSCRI i
He escaped from the jail here Weds i
was first naval cadet -
to be ail injure, but is alive today. The mote;sad T0"
pointad from Oregon, le+ t.a.s a native! wan day ,night has been by digging through A brick other two children were on the opposite can te..e more.borne With at cmplaymeat the Tablet ta Home lean Study Booxkeepuic.Lawns you AilhuMic.and not
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: ef Troops Sent to ProvInce ct With Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section -
at Charged
Porter Depot
Negro SChapter 4'5 Laws of Florida No 625.' .

Kwang &1, China. Stealing Trunk. NOTICE IS HF.RBBY GIVEN' THAT LOUISA Treasury Department. Ofice of the Comptroller .
Garden, Auguk 20.-The mysteryof purchaser of tax certificate No. of the
New York August 20.-At tie f'etq11est of the Southern depotat 140. dated the i g day of July! A I) 1901. has Currency. :

of Viceroy Shen. the Yaag Tse the robbery filed said certificate in my office and made application Washington D. C., June 90 1903. ..
: FIGHTING VESSELS. last been solved by thief White for tax deed to issue in accordancewith

vicerors recently tent a body of troopsto detectives of the: road.It law. Said certificate embraces the follow- t7HEREAS. BY SATISFACTORV EYI !
assisted by two described situated :Marionc lv deuce
restoring ing property in presented to the undersigned, it 1
at Ewang
assist In order will be remembered that a drum 'UUty. Florida to>wit: Commencing at a point has been made to appear mat :

Si. says a Pekin dispatch to Tha mer's: trunk containing: corsets, and S 960 fret ot southeast south and quarter jit feet section west of 28.northeast township corner u-. "TTif C/utial .\"atl
Times by way of London. The administration school teacher's trun.lt"eI8 range 21, thence south 360 feet west 363 feet. located in the city of Ocala. in the county of
negro :Marion and sate of Florida has
north feet. east feet. complied with
of Shen U beins: characterized 360 363
the Southern depot one all the provisions ot the statutes of
stolen from The said land being assessed at the date of the United
by rwnarkable activity and thoroughcess. several w( eks and to traceof the issuance ot such certificate in the name of States required to complied with before an
night ago shall be
te Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be re association authorized to commence the
He followed
has up them could': : to found. deemed according to law. tax deed will Is>ue buMcessof Banking,

I removal) 0: the governor. Wang ClIBrClun office.arrayed dozen negroes shrreon on the list day of ugu,t. A. D 1'03. Now therefore. I, William B. Ridgley, Comptroll..r -
The a Witness officIal. and seal this the oi the currency. do hereby certify thai
Naval Demonstration at and Marshal Su ty ptix'ng bat later released them for want 15th day of July! A. D. i3. 'The Central National Bank" ol Ocala. located
[Imposing r Lad removing from office many Inronpeteat the S. T. SlaTRUNK. in the city of Ocala. in the county of Marion and
About weet
a of
of evidence Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. state Florida. is authorized to commence the
7 17
aid dishonest: : officials. Information remains! of the drummer's trunk was business Bankiag as provided in section fifty-
show one hundred and sixty nine of the Rend
from trustworthy: sourt foucU on the bank of Town Cre*>k Statutes of the United states

1 Oyster Bay. tat the disturbances have not been the had burned it. NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP AT DEFU- In testimony whereof witness my hand and
movement where negroes NIAKSPRINGS. seal of office this ninth day of June 190 v
caused by an anti-dynastic About this time the negro school [SEAL] WM: B RIDGELV.

but have been due principally to large teacher's trunk -liaappeared from the 019 Comptroller of the Currency.

numbers of unpaid troops during Bus AUGUST JlST AND 2zD THERE WILL
Chief White and the detecti.es ON
held my office in Ocala a compctive
regime joining the tnrbulen! elementof : got on tie trail of the robbers, examination for the scholarship at DeF.miak PETITION FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL

the and organizing Independent Springs Florida The beneficient will receive DISTRICT.
; landing Jim Knox, the porter iu jailA $100 a year in eight cash payments for two

bands which preyed upon tM of the dresses wraps and years.
I ONE of Already there portion The scholership is open to any one man or U'E THE UNDERSIGNED: CITIZENS: AND
TWENTY WARSHIPS Uade the province. '
/ other wearing apparel of the schoo woman in Marion county between the ages of taxpayers of the territory described bebw!
are eigas that the viceroy's vigorous teacher was recovered from where It eighteen and twenty-five of good moral char will on the

effect. Bandit acter. W. D. Cure, Pint VinuUiy in
policy is producing an the robbers. Jim Seiiteminr 1903.
was hldJ'lI.y by 7-17 SupL of SchooU.
accordance1I1th present to the Board of Public Instruction of
)eadbrs have offered, in the at the Southern Marion
Kccx being porter county, Florida. this petition asking-
the usual ChInese custom to discuss d.- cwrie-1 the keys and after By order oi the School board of Educationthe said Board of Public Instruction of Marion
pot. examination for scholarship to DeFuniak county. Florida to call an election for the .
First Naval Revidw at Nations Summer) Capital arrangements whereby theia the agent left he gave the word to his Spring has been postponed from Aug. 7 to Aug. of creating a special tax school district purpose to

forces, may takeservSc under the imperial assistants in the crime and they came 22 and 22. W. D. Cam, Supt. I be known as the Oak Hill Special Tax School
District to include; in said district the following
government/ hauled the trunks of in pnperty,towit.Commencing:
forward and
I ad first Ever Held for Exclusive Purpose Acting under the Tal Tao general I EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS at the ne corner of sec 2, twp IJ
their wagon. AND OTHERS s. range 20 e; thence running south to secorner
Instructions! the magistrate of the The officers think that there is a of sec 14. twp 13. r 20: thence w to the aw corner
ri. of Presidential Honors Nan Has district near Shanghai has NOTICE HEREBY Gt\'E'iTO ALL CRED- of see 18, twp ii r 20, thence north along range
of these
negroes -
regular organized: gang: distributees and all persons line to the nw comer of see: 6. twp 13 r M;
arrested four reformers charged with and they hoi* to be ahe to having claims or demands against the estate of thence east along north line of twp 13 to the IW

,: deliveries public lectures contrary to CHARLES E ABSON. deceased. that thry and corner oi see 33. twp 12, r 20, thence north along ;
r OJttEi' BV. L !.. August 18.-Twentjcw break them up.TELEGRAPHHIC. each of them are called upon and required to the west line of see 33 to the sw cor of nwtj of ,
lour ers decided to Investigate the casa the orders of the government present their claims against the said estate to nw&ofsec33! t 12,r 2o.thenceetose cor of nei
; warships drawn up In par of the little girl and as they neared the undersigned as executor oi the test will and of n w 3 ol sec: 33 t 12. r 20, thence to the t e
Includjjg testament ot Charles E Abson,deceased, within cor of s e \'t of of
a mile long and BREVITIES.VirghslaCarollaa nw % sec 33 112; r 20;thence
i2al:: column the island were fired on by the negroes FINAL DAY OF HEARING. two years from this date as required by law e to the n e cor of the n w % of the n e V of s w

: tome of the best fighting ships and one of the party, Ilolatd by name. I otherwise the same will be forever barred. \i of sex 33. t 12, r 20. thence s to the twp
resting Chemical camjanj EDW. HOLDER line dividing 12 and 13; thence easterly dividing
cf tit United States navy up- was shot through the breast with a Arbitration Differences Between Ala.I Executor ot last will and testament of Charles twps 12 and 15 to p o- b.

the (1&U7 surface of Long Island Winchester and killed. A sharp fight has passed & dividend.It E Abson.deceased. (Signed) H. W. :Settles. J H. McEwen.B F.
which Ocala Fla, July loth A.D 1903 7-io-St Bushillon, D. Fant J. K. Mtxson, 31 ,J. Mix-
toctd. composed the picture lay was kept np for some time daring: bama Miners and Operators. developed duitag the tefttmmy son.

ijmd; oat Wore President Roose- which the girl escaped from tte no- before the arbitration conmissloa: at
Birmingham.! August :20.! -The final
he stepped out upon the Birmingham that mad miners took
,elt tea Broes and ran to the wWte men. She for th NOTICE
day -presentation of evidence
nnl"' of tli tome at Sagamore Hill was 6o exritej that she could noc the their boys Into the mines with them, TO SELL MINOR'S LAND70TICE .
before board of arbitration which
today. Their brass work sh'mnailw give a."ery intelligent! account of her each boy being allowed half a turn
IU'I Is to settle the differences between ot :
Application fr! Tx Deed Under Section 8 of
the slatting: rays of the s?1t. She said however, that her oa cars although his coa) output went \ IS HEREBY: GIVEN THAT ON:
the Alabama miners and operators .ii the Cbapter4Slis La\vsof Florida.

pruI1IIUD: give evidence that every father was not traveling: with the negroes openPd with J. L. demo secretary of under' the father's chfck. ThinS tiny nf Stpttmbe. 4. D. /9''f, ,"OTICE IS HEREBY GI\'ES'TH.\T J. E

acd for this the but that she iial stoles The official measurements at the _' Stevens purchaser of tax certificate No.
li!? .u nick span : len the Unitttl Mine Workers of America I will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock dated the ad day of July. A. D. mod certi iJ

frt ttnl review at the nation's eu racer from her home near Fort Gibson. 1 district of Alabama the wlctess I my yachts show that toe Reliance wUl County Judge in and for Manon County, State ficates Nos 54; 54\ dated the 1St 11194 day of July.
en of Florida at his office In Ocala, in said county.
and the first T. She has been taken Muldrcrv. have allow Shamrock in minute I 1901 has filed raid certificates in my office and
c&?lul probably to stand. Mr. Clemo to one fur an order authonzing me, as Guardian of has made
suhmftjfd ntsmeroupublicitiozia application for tax:deed to issue in accordance -
net held for the exclusive purpose oi Roland the dead man. is a comparative and forty-five seconds ear a so. the minor heir of the estate of Harriet CoPP. with law. Said certificates embrace
and statistical tables bear deceased to Mil at prtv t> sale the following the

frcsldesrtal honors.Ceauairfed stronger at Wilson's Rock, hay. ing on miners': wages; the differential mile course. property belonging to said estate to>wit. Marion following county.described Florida. to-wit property: situated in

by Rear Adn.iral Bark. ing been there but a short time. between machine! and pick mining. and Thomas R. Morgan,, millionaire man- All the that town certain of Ocala.lot or piece county of of!ground Manon.situatein and tion.Southwest 9 and east quarter half northeast of northeast quarter sec

, tr t2i three other naval officers'[ the like. Comparison ia the pay receivEd I nfacturer of Oshkosh, Wls was ','.1.- state follows of Florida Commencing more at particularly the southeast described corner as of southeast quarter of southeast quarter quarter of except northeast -

ticCtr! raak. the fiest. comprising two HISTORIC FT. McHENRY.It by the different craftsmen was ed by Frederick Haaxpel. a discharge lot one [ii.] of block twenty-six [E6l] of the old northwest quarter quarter section except 15: and southeast quarter yard of

tculrot* each of two divisions be- iCiiitcuss@od. The fact ttat one class employ Hampel was taken to jail survey of the town ofOcala.andrunning* thence east of southwest corner of commencing s-jutheast quarter ISO of
north"thirty-cine [39J] feet and eight [ I inches
iMe a Cotilla of torpedo boat de 13 To Be Abandoned as QuartersFo of later has limited opportunities to where he hanged himself. thence west to the line dividing lots one and 23.northwest thence east quarter 220 yards..section north 15. township 110 yards.13 range west

invert. incu<-representative ot r United Steles Troops. i work during the year' was brought oat The Humbert trial ts drawing to a two along of said block line twenty-six thirty nine thence[30] feet southwardly eight [i\ 220 The yards.said S.land 110 yds being all assessed in township at the 13.date range of the 23. ,

tfirl! erery type of fighting cr&tt I by Judge< Gray, chairma! not the arbitration close at Paris Mma Humbert asserts inches thence east along the south boundary of issuance of such certificates In the names ot .
Ba 20.-Historic For} lot one to the southeast corner. the p mt of be-
ton the ponJeroui Illinois to the lull 1toore. August 1 I board brick layers being mentioned that she Intend to apeaS In h+Town ginning, having erected thereon a two story said unknown certificates F. J Steele F. V.M:Cam. Cnles*
shall be
headquarters I according to
be abandoned -
WcHenry is to as
detro.m. Two parallel! columns i and It was made: clear that 09portm'.ty defense. frame dwelling house: law tax deed wtli issue thereon on the itt
of United States troops In Said land belonging to tb e-tate of said Harriet day of Sept .inber. A. I>.
Uitleshift' and cruisers bead by would be considered in connection H_ Copp deceased to be sold for the best interest Witness official 1903.
and seal this the
according orders rwei?-
It Kearsirge, Hear Admiral Barker's tils state to with the compensation to be Consumption Threatened.C. of said minor heir. 8th day of August A. D. 1903.
*! from the secretary of war. This 24th dayof July, 1903. S.T. SISTR(; K.
iJp. faked by tUfof destroyers.ctEjcsU fixed for the minors. Judge ; K. COTTREL: Guardian.
; 31. JAMES S
Lieutenant Colonel Thorpe Is appointed I Unger, 211 Maple street, Champaign -. 14 Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla.NOTICE' .
: the Nona Atlantic fleet. remarked In this! connection that in ,
district commander of ftc de* IlL, rites : "I was troubled
souatl for 2 miles making the award In
teed tie placid the Anthracite OF MASTER'S SALE.
j fetes to Baltimore and the headquarters with a hacking cough; for a year and I NOTICE
tS iiore frca picturesque Lloyds Ned region the fact was considered that I
are changed to the new Fort thought I had consumption. I tried a
and hlockadicg: the mouth of Oyster full opportunity was not given thc
Howard. at North Point another site remedied and was under NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT CN- ot Application for Tax Deed l"Dlontton S of
taj. present*! a splendid marine spoc mea to work. This was regarded ai great many by virtue of a final decree, enteredon Chapter 4V3, Laws of Florida
: that figured in the revolution. Fort The the care of physicians for many the Ith day of July A. D 1903 by the Hon.
significant. board In
Ut: of An consideringthe
', ilciuJintly l suggestive & '! Howard Is situated where the Pa'aps- W. S Bullock judge of the circuit court oi the IS HEREBY GtTn....T JOSEPH
ti'i tea vcer.CluJtfred I several matters submitted at the month I used oue bottle of Foley's1loney $th Judicial circuit of Florida, Marion county. NOTICE purchaser Tax Certificate No.

co river empties Into Clesapeake bay out :E't will take action the work and; Tar. It cured me and I m cuancery in a certain cause therein pending 1237 dated the upon
In mouth of the bay
the modern wherein Charles S. Shooter complainant and filed said certificate in mr office and has made
ruled t1l8 pr ldonf yacht Mayflow !I The headquarters are more i iI | Ing of small boys in the mines. This have not Leen troubled since. POt t. Emma: Long. Stonewall Long and J. H. Hicks application fur Us deed to is ue in (ttordnnce!!
and superior to th s*.a.t Fort McHen- i II are defendants. The undersigned special master with law. Said certificate embrace the follow
er, Secretary Rcofs official! craft. tho of artillery I IsIll was brough tout la tie proceedings office Drug Stor m in chancery named and appointed in said iuo described property situated ID Marion

Celtic! acd Sir Thomas Uptor'sbftutfful ry. Only one company yesterday afternoon. Both sides expressing final decree to execute the same. will on county. Florida to-wit

be continued at the latter fort'i a willingness! to have the Monday, the 7/4 d.Jy of St wlllber. A. D tgoj North half of north half of southeast quarter
st am yacht Erin. sTirrcrund1 I section township
which will be presened; because of Its between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.. and 2 31 15. range 4-
Burnett The said land
boys under 14 of beuig messed at the date ol the
years excluded Jerry
lij feet of and age front of the south door ot the
a r.u-efI11 steam I|I historic interest It is now I o close i I o'clock p. m. in issuance of such certificate in tbe name of Frank
from the mines. It has been agreed court house in Ooala. Marion county. Florida Moses. Unless said certificate
ttllij veeaels witness shall be
gathered to it Is of no ,.ahe offer for sale and will sell to the highest and re
In the harbor that deemed
1 that with the cloee of according to law. tax deed will issue
today's evidence
::.u t: cerecczy: when the pre3- for defres fort Howard is 10 milesbelow. Merchant best bidder for cash. the mortgaged premisesmentioned thereon on the jtb day of September A.D. 1983.
and described said final decree
ill!! aci the Ceei ofliclals exchanged: |,i the caw: will be submitted to the arbitration in Witness my official signature and seal this tU
3rd day of August. A, D. 190J.
board without
1&:1Itu.: argument Fractional block numbered 15 ot Cline's addition -
S. T.
' The section of Fort UcHeury w.'ethe j Theerfo'e decision to the city of Ocala according to plat on SISTRUNK
a Is expected not 73 Clerk Cucuit Court Marion Co,Fla.
.' fighting waS done In th* rc'voluLion -. Tailoring.; record in Plat book "A," page 58.in the office of .
later than Friday. The board will -- --
CONSOLIDATIONS AND MERGER the clerk of the circuit court; same being in the
been octuplfti by 'only the I Iuartennaster'l
II northeast ot the northwest of
quarter quarter
I spend tomorrow In reviewing the evidence NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR !FNt?
department for tome -- section IS. in township i< south, range 22 east,
President Fish Are submitted.HE - and containing 61-100 of an acre. lying and be- SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE, __
Says They Helpful -
years. The guns that defended the jug in Marion county. Florida or so much

to General Prosperity. fort at the tim "the starspangledbanner" :. LIVES WITH BROKEN- SKULL, Ocala! Florlds.Finest'Imported. decree thereof and a* cots may, be sufficient tQ satisfy iai .. -

Xnr York. August 18.-Regarding was written are all gona. Most and 7-24-03 T. E. BIGGS J.N'VTOTICE IS 1tRtlI01.ES: : THAT Tnif '
undersigned executor of the last will and
tt. d Tloj>lunt of recant years In the of them were borrowed from the Mote Bell Lies Down on Track and Domestic Cloths. feoecial Master testament of JOHN A. COLE deceased, will om

nilroid! world. Stuyresant Fish pres- Trench government at the breaking Train Strikes Him. the ioth d.ll/llf Jfinmtt .i\ D.1934.

K t ct of Lie Illinois! Central has given oat of the rerolntlonary var. The Augusta Ga., August :?1>.About a Cutting a SpecialtyFits NOTICE make final settlement of his account and apply .
for final dischar/e. Such final settlement and
wt a ftatement In which he commend- largo smooth bore guns that are now mile from Aiken. Saturday night, More Guaranteed. application to be mad to the county JuJgc of 0

11 bniinws consolidations as helpful! mounted at the fort were put In placn I Ball a brickmason. laid down by the Notice of Application (or Tax: Deed Under Section : Marion. county at Ocala. Florida

to tl. general prosperity! of the coun- la the civil war.DETROIT I side of the Southern's track. '* a ;. NOTICE. 8, of,Chapter 4H Laws of Florida. .7 24 6m ...... .._u.. .J.. 5!..UDDEttNOTICE .- :
*7. r- rail for a pl&rr. The engineer saw N purchaser Tax Certificate

"Consolidations and mergers wlQeoutlane I POLICE PUZZLED. the man Just before the train reached Notice of Application for Tn Deed rnder Sec. 14S6; dated the 3rd day of October. A. D. 1893 1t
has filed slid certificate in my office and has
right along. he says, "but him, but too late to stop and the en tion S. Chapter 4S>. Laws ot Florida made application for tax deed to issue in accor

tie railroads: will never be controlled Horrble Murder of Little Boy Is Stilla gine hit him with terrific force, hurlinghim V"OTICE 13 HEREBY GIVES THAT dance with law. Said certificate embraces the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO W. P. ..
11V.. A. Fnest. purchaser 01 tax certificatNo following described property situated in :Marion and all person interested Uut a
to oce man; neither will the govern-: Mystery. from the track. His head was ';"2\. dated the 2nd day of Nov. A D fvj6. county, Florida. to wit: south half of southwest suit has been instituted in the county j drfe'. S

tt er.t take control of These Detroit. Mich. 20.-The badly! bruised. the skull being cracked has filed said certificates in my otnct quarter section 15, township 15. range 21. court of Marion county Flonda. by attainment i.
them. ,
police and has made application for tax: deed to lasue The said land being u..ssed at the date of in favor ot W J. Chambers doing tasiaes
weioiidatlons are aimed to secure today are as far from a solutionof I in several places but in spite of in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the issuance of such cenicate in the name of under the style and name of.the W. J. Cham
r.'Iter the injuries he is still alive. Dr.W.man the followine: described property situatedin Henning L and I Co. Unless said certificate bers shoe Company. on the 6th day of July I
.economy and should bring the horrible murder of little 4-year- I Marion county. Florida to-Wit: shall be redeemed according: to law. tax deed A. D 1903.
lioat lower rates. was called In and administered Northwest quarter of northeast quarter sec will issue thereon on the :nh day of August. And the said W. D. Morton and all per.....
old Alfonse Wllmer as they were the and tion 16, own tip i+. tauge it D. 1905. inerested are hereby required to appear to sail
"You can no more prevent consoll' when the mutilated body was found to suffering man yesterdayhe The said laud being as.-.e ..ed at the date of WItness my official signature and seal this the action before the county judge at his office in I,
<*:toai In the Interest of was joined by Dr. Croft, the com the issuance of such certiorate in the name of list day of July. A. 0.1903. Ocala. Florida on .
economy ,
yesterday. who has the Amy Green. :S. T. SISTRCNK. JI.dtll 'lie 7th its g 'if ;ptt'lltl.tr, J. D. 14
tan you can make water run up hill. Charles Edwards, >e suspect who pany's surgeon, now case t'nless said certificates shall be redeemed 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion! Co. Fla. judgment will be given in said cause in fa.*f

Tit right way to do is to let the rai:. was placed! under arrest last night aa& in charge. the according ztth day to law.of "ptemo tar deed>el.will A. D.issue 19(13.thereon on of the said W.J. Chambers. Amount wagM to
be recovered
TCL An operation was performed and f..35 and costs of SUIt.
i consolidate or merge all they who gives his residence as Bangor, Witness my official iguature and seal this NOTICE Witness my hand as county judge. awl tilt
there Is some chance that the man's the lath day of August A D.
111t to. I 1903. -- seal of the said court thi *>
Then the S
on >
let the people look Me.. is still detained but LieutenantSadler S T. MSTRtrNK. day eJf .
In the Circuit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Circuit
be saved although it is VD. 'W3. k.U'LLX.
life a ,
"'r may Clerk Circuit Court :!Marion Co. Fla
rates and taxation. There of the detective department 6 21 7-io [seal] of
of the state of Flonca. in and for County Judge jl anon Co. Pte.
a.: sllg one. .
at present some 800 railroadwaytciei said he was satisfied that Eiwards Marion County In Chancery.

and these will sooner or I is not* sullty of the crime. World's Apple Crop. NOTICE Revana Ghe, Flamtifl, vs. Solomon Che, de NOTICE

liter be tnerged Into 20 or 30 corpora The local officers telegraphed last fendant.
: Boston August 19.-A report on thworld's THAT THE DEFENDANT
: It Is the inexorable logic of night to the police of Rockford IlL, ot Acpjication for Tax Deed Caaer Section 8 of I herein named. solorain Ghe, be and he U Notice Application for Tax Eeed Under Section

"'et s and the tendency of the times. asking for a complete description of apple crop of 1903 has just: Chapter 4 -'S. Laws ot Florida. hereby: required! to appear to the bill of complaint a. of Chapter Laws of Florid
been issued by the Boston chamberof In said cause oL or before '
GIRL the killing of the newsboy in that city commerce. It shows Great Britain VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT :NATHAN 3lnuiqji, the SOl diy of ijctoUr. D. tytj. 1"hUer.. purchaser ot Tax Certificate Na. .
KIDNAPED BY NEGROES. several weeks ago hich bears so ., :Mayo! ourcha er of Tax: Certificate N<* 2000 dated the 6th day of August A. D L
short of all fruits notably apples. New 4026. dated the jth day of August A. D It is further ordered that a copy of this order has filed said certificate in my office and 19 Sac
resemblance: to the crime here. te published once a week for five consecutive
AImed much 1907, has filed said certificate in my office and made application for tax deed to iue in
Blacks Take Captive to IslandIn In reply the Rockford chief of ponce England, in the aggregate will havea has made application tor tax deed to issue m weeks In the Ocala Banner. cordance with law. said: certificate rMbne mo* .
This the 01 A. D J
accordance with law. Said certificate; embraces it5i day August. 1903.
River. Maine's almost ; property situated m
wired that he had already written and very generous crop the following described property situatedin S T. SlaTRUNK: Marion count Florida to-wit- Southwest i

I- 1S1I1lth.. Ark. August 20.-The kid- mailed a fuH! history of tie case and equalling that of last year. New Marion county. Fla.. to wit S 11 Clerk Circuit Court qrarter.of the northeast quarter section a.township .. :
Cadwcli.s sub of southwest part of Alvarez H. C. SISTRCSK. D. C. 1
t5Iag P Bv :
of a Lot ,
young white girl and kilVcf York state reports plenty of apples, 17 range 23
description of the mutilation of the Grant township 22.
: a. 15. range EDWIN: SPENCER: The said land being assessed at the date of
i one of a posse that tried to boy there. the middle west only fair; the west The said Iud being a-ke-sed at the dae of the I'lamtuI'sttoruey.. the issuance of such certificate ia the name ot S
'ttc'ue 1 1t4r'e issuance of such certificate in the name of
her are the crimes that are ----. very heavy: Virginia and West Virginia Mrs. Kate Orr. Unless said certificate deemed Unknown.: according Unless to said law.certificate tax deed shall will be is re ue

against a party of eight! ne- Big Steamship Arrangement r'ormea a very large crop and Nova Sco shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed NOTICE. thereon on the 2slh day of August. A. D. ii.
hi fortified will U-ue thereon on the igtfc day of sept A. Witness my official signature and seal this the
on Brace's Wand. 14Mt tia exceptionally heavy. Canada also D. IQO% 2ist day of July A. D. 1903.
:es of this city and which isrj7 Chicago, August 19.dispatch to promises quite a heavy yield. The I WItness my official signature and seal this the State of Florida: County Marion.: District NO.I S. T. SISTRUNK.

:; to lead The Record-Herald from Omaha. Xeb.. 5th day of Aug., A. D. 1905. -Civil Action. 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co. Fit.
to a Woody encounter.If quality average is excellent exceptIn s. T. SI5TRCNK.
: The Hamburg ? "Sroes are taJd to te well ara- says some sections I 514 :Mrs.! T. J. Barnes Tracey

Sd.A<< company will invade thi Pacific rI'O CLARE SCE E. TRACY, DEFENDANT NOTICE.

f days ocean and together with the Orient Mystery Surrounds .1 and all others whom it may concern you
ago two farmers. lvnc Shooting. NOTICE. are hereby notified that a writ of garneshtcent
: "'llOn's! Rock landed on Bruce. and Wabash railroads, will tncircle theearta. Salt Late City Utah August 23.-- ___ I II I has been issued in the above cause and that Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under etC
hhaa4 in the hands ot the tion S.of Chapter 45%. Laws of Florida
in ald Vice President Dickinson Elijah Lewis aged 19 for Tax Deed Under Sec5. your money
search of pluma aal: act. a private rn UK Notice Application Atlantic Coast Line railroad company has keen IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MR*.
Itttr ran Into & camp In jhica ther, of the Orient railroad who has Just Twenty-6 cond battery, stationed al .Chapter 4?5S. Laws of Florida. garae>heed; and that unless you appear before NOTICE :' purchaser of tax cerufiei Na.

:'re two nesro mea anda whIte sir returnal from London: where he, together Ft. Douglass, but now in casrp neat VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. 51 said court on or before the 1377. 379- dated the let day of July A D. iqo .
i.Brown. purchaser of tax certificate No V* o'&ytti/iter J. D. tyaS has filed said certificates in my office; and baa
'oot 12 years old. They'made eo::.. with President Stlllwell. of th$ Provo. was shot and Instantly klUed Ia vp3, dated the 1st day of July A. D. 1901 has judgment by default will be entered againstyou made application for tax deed to issue in accordance

2 1 about the girl and the nesroe" Orient: line negotiated the traffic camp: last night Whether he w&i ned said certificate in my oince. and has made :MRS. THOs. J. BARNES. with described law. Said certificate i embrace
application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith Plaintiff. the following property utufted in
\ she was the daughter or a Wll: :- agreement between the railroads and killed as a result of Quarrel between law. Said certificate embraces the following 7 24 Marion county FU. to-wit. East half of north
t&A h described situated in )[anon county halt of lot 2. section 20. and southwest quarter -e
w was tr".el1ng1th them antI the steamship company. "The night himself and L. W. Burden, a member Florida property to-wif Orange grove tract 1:4 except lot 13 Hyde Park section 21 aU ia town-

ho had .. said land being assessed at the date of sons in each state to travel for house established at the date of the issuance of such certificate ta
1 The ifgroes would not let tie: contract with the Hamburg-American witness to tho shooting or met death the The issuance ot such certificate in the name of eleven years and with a large capital to call the name of Unknown and Laurence Haebner.

:! take part In the conversation and line for a line of steamers from Port through the careless handling of a revolver Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed open mercnants and agents for successful and Unless said certificate shall be redeemed aidingtolaw.taxdeeds.ti '
jth11 according to law. tax deed will issue profitable line. Permanent engagement. Weekly issue theron on the
t k tOt1sed suspicion watch was Stlllwell to China via Hawaii and Is not known. Harden Is tinder thereon oa the 2ist day of August. A. D-1903. cash salary of jiS and all traveling expensesand 2Mb day of Angust A D. 1103.
Pt.on the arrest official and seal this the hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Witness my o&clal signature aud seal this the
negro for two days. but Japan. That company already has pending an investigationHe Witness my signature
Mention reference 22nd of A.D.
essential. day
*o day of July, A. D. 1903. Experience not
13th 1903.S.
llta! man claims the shooting was accidental self-addressed THE T. bISTRUNK.
appeared. steamers plying to 11 points ia the S. T. SISTRCNK. and ejctose envelope.
)0a3ay 7-17 Circuit Manon Co. Fla.I NATIONAL: Dearborn St. Chicago. *5-1-16 7-24 Clerk Circuit Court:Marion Co.Fla
j afternoon a party of farm-. ,, Orient via Suez. Lewis enlisted_. from..Kentucky Clerk Court.
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1111 THE FUNTA 001 00 MEETING. I I 4 01414 11tt9'PIt99RPf' 11i11 14 1111t111t 1t1gi114141ttf? 11 1 1t1? 11t f o 11 19 o w ro lir

JI Ii Persoaalities Should' be Avoided i;
Traeaess of Character Ability!
and: Ueitjr of Action Neededat r 'E
WUhllltOIl i: ABE JAKE

To tie Edge oi tie OcaU. Bi ar u i: 0- -IIE

The gw_i pimple of Punta r':3 !
'. have s-ea proper: to invite ai'! tiucvt I TEA POT GROCERY

<* Rill! to eo and p&ruke +>? their j .
Lopitality and: to hear the sevf ra .A
Candidate the ofiee of United 1r
tiatfcsenator rgrie their ease before '
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the people rs
t This is to be a meet important

meeting, because the words uttered _' __ _-_,___. _.... _._ -- ._ ...... -. _". .. ,,- '_ ..
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by the speakers will reverberate -
throughout the state through the

g'e medium weijhinzthe! voter of will the have words press the,and spoken opportunity:, every; and sin"I it- HflPOT P REPRESENTED IN NEW Y YORK K

will be his duty to act as a )arymanand ,
at the proper tim'" east hi* nr-

diet.The ..
question to be: decided i"a!o
can testsrrve the interests of Florida:
and her p-eople."
The p: ROtility of the individcal PA

amounts to nothinz.: P-- Our Mr. Jake Brown left few for the
:!" "Who can l- -t work and w- a ago
lazrt-{:" is tte qze=tiO:1.
,; Who can accomplish: I!:.o"t for ill

tUt We!shoald avoid p-erson&litie- a Northern Markets and will spend several weeksin

"priptr boa" campelzn.r .
The people are not to consider any:
;*r-onal antagonises that may ex.::
I between c candidate New York and other places buying staple and

I 'Tracneae of cbiMcter and a&i.ity to
L maintain the dignity and ]t.ro4)ot

;,:t the the needed material qualifications.The interests of .tte -aore! I fancy groceries to supply our increasimg trade.

.. writer, tKtng.native Floridian. -
a eonscrvatlve; democrat and havit!?
cnly the welfare of Florida ic Ei ind.
knowicz the rod work that Ls :seen: I Mr. Brown expects to buy a more complete stock

t.etemr.fuht-d by the p>re-nt in' aai'
knt,Senator Taliaferro. is mciinec
to hi? support. thotgu Liz natural
of goods this than before.
inclination would lead him to v":e fancy year ever
for a native: if all thinzs eUe w",!>

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Tahaferro's senatonal! rei"- rd j"
excellent! and, in my judgment n a
tad policy to withdraw a horse froo.
the track when he is leading in Uirr

} ee, hut before, *deciding e will hear the ou the. arguments : :; WATCH THIS AD, FOR NEW ARRIVALS, :[ :

We should avoid having dicordant d-
elements in our ctinuredelegation. ::aonai

i The sac-ve-c of our jre=ant members ....
.;;;:>'?-s- c"X 3- -f:: '!' t"t"=:-.: y ,;Ll I4-1T _..
is 5ur very much to their unity.
There are LO jealousies j nor fcickerIngs -
among them. They blll"ti"I uLtti
together, each in hit way fur tb-

j: It k with the poplr now, tu v.ite
r < together for a continuance: f.f the
good ll*,liey LOW hiIg pursued.toveallthines : .
\ we ,shouldrear

clear of the rock of fictional FL-JKIDIAS.pa-si ::. No matter how small the order. While we do a wholesale busi'


When we Find published the Moral.a paper in )['. ness and give it the very closest attention, we give a small order

I VernoB, Ill., on the second door a j r

i our tore o:!wa:ee.opened fhe tnior in the proprietor room under came the same attention in every detail. Our guarantee that if goodsare !

1 tip stairsand contracted for three
column of space for twelve months}:
'. are not satisfactory and as represented you get back
r.. with locals I taeb issue and i5" J dodgers your money
each Week. This 'Jlrrn started '>o

t! years borrowed it had capital.mOLey In enough less than to shut two and "no questions asked"makes it to our interest as well as the cus'tomer's

t two store*, one in Sedalii Iud one in
k St Lou!. ItI;db..oolnJ partner-nip
and eaeh party took a field to hlm j'. to have everything just right If our solicitors are note

1F Byronuentjwas: the partner \LO I : "- .

i i i now the senior memoer of B. ., 4 E calling on just telephone us and we shall be pleased to send
1 agent & liro., the great S!. I : you one
hou-e. He not only OJTDS the store I 4
building and ground, tut erecting: :
E short notice.
a 1.Ilode..t cottage home Wbl b wujcast 4 at
JiT.tf.K! ). We must add that Ome :
rr .
of the old mosfback* who were in 4
Mt. Vernon before Byron Nugent :
ever saw the place! are sti'l!! grumbling 4 r ." ._. .::: -_ __:- : -. .,. _-. : ::-< .: .. ":' -.:--..:.:::_ ._.: _:.. : .:7"r: ; :'. : ;.". _...,;.<_ ..- -=,"-o-5:
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: about: dull trade and hard times_ I :r
Pine BluS Kcpubliean. 4
I 4 s.- ,
Not Over Wise. 4 ,
There'+:an old aliegorical picture of a -
girl scared at a grasshopper, but in the r
S. act of heedlessly treading on a !snake. r
This is paralelled by the man wLo
t *nth a large sum of money building THE TEA POT GROCERY. j
t a cyclone cellar, but neglects to pro
vide hi3 family; with a bottle of
I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera aid -i
Diarrhoea: Remedyi as a safeguard '
against bowel complaint whore victims Proprietors. :
outnumber those of the cyclone[
IkI a hundred to one.$ This remedy is
everywhere recognized as Ithe moet
a prompt and reliable medicine in use
for these diseases-flFor Isale by all 11111111UIUIIIIIl111111111111116111l11111111ttUi lU111t111 11
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