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: July 29, 1904
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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( ''' mmll1trm1mrmmmm! VICTORY TURNED INTO DEfEATChamber's on Brewer's error. Cole went to The Camp Phosphate Company's THE FORTr-1AR-OLO.

t immmm"r""lim1n' TAKE I IDaniel's second on a passed ball, stole third, Interests Leased.It .

Sullivan fanned. Clark waited and will be It is
seen from an announcement a commonly accepted M
Cyclone Had the Game
was given his base. Vogt hit to Bul- copied from the Philadelphia that unless a man Is weM ntoim, tu
I Tonic Pills I IFor Cinched up to the 9th Inning.
lock, who made an error and Cole American wands
i iE Fertilizer, printed else- !!ucwMt More be k cars ,II
Interest in the Ocala base Ball
and Clark tallied. stole second where in he
Vogt this paper, that the vast age will not ttacvwwd.

Malaria in all forms. Xo cure no pay. a-r i I team still keeps up. The game of and scored on Scott's hit to left field, interests of the Camp Phosphate Co., The ttatonwnt b too ...... Tti

-- :": -- Tuesday afternoon on the South winning the game. doing business in this county and in facts are against it.
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::: .:.-. -.e Third street diamond was deservirg The Cyclones were not equal to the other counties in the state, were leas- A study of tM ttm of woe*.fui
i> --- -.:::- :-:::: ---- of all the enthusiasm it received. occasson and went out. in one,i two, ed on the first of the month to Messrs. men will t taw' tint MCWM OMNI, 'to

, -:: :-':: :-::: The score was closer than that of any three order. Clarence and Jack Camp, ons of most men. after rather thins bef' n

--- rats I -- other game played here in some The !score:- Col. W. N. Camp and both residingin 43.
Td! :::,:: :.r. ., -:-::-:: time. There were better hits and '. CYCLONES. this city. Is it financial! tot*"*, Who. I lu..
&. ,r. more thrilling catches and stops. The company has seven plants in made a gran fondue helot it* wds
r 1I Ford
c. 5 0 1 12 1 0
'j I I ::: The players showed more energy Harris, 3b. '", 4 11 :200 operation and expect to erect several 40?

" -- --- neither Vide was willing to show Bullock, ss. 10 :2 0 1 1 others soon. The Fertilizer does not Or |polities? FW mess Kat tltmrtl'

f f' --- = ---- down until the contest was over. Peyser, If. 11 1 1 1 0 state what Col. W. N\ Camp and the in polities! beta M. 'ftIe.1.."

: ::: The erstwhile Banners have chris- Barfield, cf. 10 1 1 0 1 other members of the firm expect to goes to the Unil.. Sims. watt;
t :: -= :: Camp. 2b. -1 1 1 ::2 0 2
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--. tened themselves the Cyclones, and do. the of 50 hi claMarl
age M a
rr 1 Brewer, rf 10 1 1 0 1 00-_____. "young
I and are now managed by Mr. II. S. "
STORE.I Anderson, Ib. 3 0 1 S 0 0 Cured'of Bright's Disease.Mr. senator.

.. 1 POSTOFFICE DRUG i Chambers. The team that has repre- Moore, p. 3 0 0 0 6 1 Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N. Or nierchamltonert (>r HtonlunOr '

l, -===' Prescriptions receive careful attention'r.- sented the Star now style themselves 35 3927105-- Y., writes: "Before I started to use art? Or war

, -- --------------- --. --- y- the Whirlwinds, and it was a WHIRLWINDS. Foley's Kidney Crue I had to get up The facts are moot men at Air ag

!E 7111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIJIIIl111 11111111111111illlllllllllllllllllll whirlwind finish they, gave the spec- AB R II PO A E from twelve to twenty times a night, of 40 are just ready for .MtooMrful'n

.- I I tators in the ninth inning. With the Vogt, 2b. 5 1 0 2 1 0 I and I was all bloated up with dropsy deavor. They ban made ...Uk.-
------ --- -- - -- ---- --- and
f Scott, 3b. 4 0 2 3 1 1 my eyesight was so impaired I
score three to nothing they came to In that way they have am4 *..
could vip
t V- :ii, .,,, --' Jewett, ss. -t 0 1 3 0 1 scarcely see one of my family
the bat in their half of the
ninth inning
the They han Hfouvwwi
I thnr
.., Liddel, c. -1 0 0 9 1 0 access room. had given up
and before the side had been Wheeler, Ib. -1 1 1 4 0 0 hope of living, when a friend recom limitations. They haw kwwi wht.N
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE
. retired they had sent four men Martin, If. 3 0 1 1 1 0 mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One they belong.It .

across the rubber, winning the game. Cole, cf. 3 1 1 ::2 0 0 5Oct. bottle worked wonders and before is not neewiHary to quo!'* iftUlt.
Sullivan, rf. 10 0 :2 00 I had taken the third bottle the
; LANDS. The Cyclones made more safe hits
ces. Life and literature at* full of
Clark, p. ::2 1 0 1. -1 ,0 dropsy had gone, as well as all other
than the Whirlwinds, but they also symptoms of Bright's disease." them. Men have dkUnnuUlw! themselves -

made more errors, and most of them 33 4 5 27 82 Postoffice Drug Store. at 40, 50, 60, 70 aid eves at W)

were costly. They seemed compara- Batteries, Whirlwinds, Clark and "eant-tielL10m before
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or
lease on royalty communicate with him. tively safe until the ninth inning, Liddell. Cyclones, Moore and Ford. The Candidate's Horror. Fortunate i indeed U he who i* w.*ll

but baseball is an uncertain game. Following is the score by innings. Time is/ now here when the candidate on the way to tiUat.aG.. Fully

The Whirlwinds were rallied and the Whirl winds:-00 0 000004 4 fears to open his newspaper lest as fortunate he, though uy ore* -

Cyclones rattled. Both C"clones1 10 0 0 0 Q 1 0 3 he discovers that a man he never
were pitchersdid f ul, who at 40 has learned Uw work

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. remarkable work, and fielded "Happy Jack" Horner umpired the heard of has, after wrestling with and himself and has not last cour

'!II their position well. Clark, however, game to the entire satisfaction of himself in prayer, decided not to vote I I age

both teams. His decisions were for him.
E had the better support. His fielders Courage. That's the main tfclng.
i down prompt and accurate. He was the On the other hand he hesitates to
pulled several long drives that 1
USA ELIZABETH HASSIS. Local Editor Mr. E. L. Snowden, formerly oft You can't keep a brave man downno
looked like they would count. master of the whole situation. turn over the page, dreading to find
I Ocala, has a mule and winnie farm matter what hi*age. lie may fail
First Whirlwinds to the understand that the Palatka that his fool friends have done some
Inning. but he will rile.tad he
near Lake City. MHH day
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN bat. Vogt made three graceful fans team has accepted a challenge from more blundering thing to make his will have hid charmed circle.

\, Mrs. J. R. Moorehead and children at the ball and missed.! Scott was the home team, and our enthusiastswill defeat a certainty.-New York Tele- Are you 40, or more?

The prices for pears are holding up who have been several be treated to two games with an gram.
spending sent to first on a free ticket, and Are you fairly fit tod to lain liff*

, remarkably well. weeks at Lake Weir, returned home Jewett hit to second where the ball ontside team. Chicken Thieves No man
young can buy your ei|*>ri-
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Rev. J. A. Hendry and family have Tuesday afternoon. --_. was fumbled. Both remained on Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Wednesday night Miss Daisy Bell ence You know thing a* tiwy are.

; returned home from a visit to rela- A little son was born to Mr. and f, these bases while Liddell and Wheeler Years of Suffering."I says:: that a chicken thief entered her No illusions. You know your fellow

tives at Arcadia. Mrs. Speigner Anderson, of this city, struck out. The Cyclones did wish to say a few words in praiseof premises and stole a dozen or more of man. You know 'OQni@oU. Mid out

better. Ford drove a long one to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and her choice chickens. of this
Mr. William Himes, of Tampa, Sunday at the home of .Mrs. Ander- knowledge you are mightily
'tJ.. Cole who hung to it. Harris hit to Diarrhoea Remedy" says Mrs. Mattie
Thursday night perhaps the
same equipped to organize victory out of
was in Ocala Tuesday returning froma son's parents in Augusta, Ga. Burge, of Martinsville, Va. I suffered -
left field for two bases, took the third thief: entered the premises of the defeat.
trip to Tennessee.Mr. from chronic diarrhoea for ten
.. Mrs. Bridges and two children. of sack on a passed ball, and ambled years and during that time tried various editor of this paper and stole about The main thing I III courage 1-l'alatka

J C. A. Crews, of Jacksonville, Ocala, Fla., who have been spending home when Bullock nit safely past medicines without obtaining any the same number of fine fryers. News.

representing the Times-Union, was a I I I some time with Mrs. Garrin, left short. Peyser hit to pitcher and permanent relief. Last summer one Now, this is harrowing.The .

visitor to Ocala Tuesday and a guest forced Bullock out at second. Bar- of my children was taken with chol- One Ladies' Recommendation Solo
I I I yesterday for a stay of a few weeks police should lock up every
era morbus, and I procured a bottleof I Fifty Boies of ChambvUliTs
at Montezuma.. elsewhere.-Saluda (N. C.) Notes in field retired the side with a popflyto this remedy. Only two doses were suspicious character found loiteringon Stomach and Liver Tablets.I .

Jacksomilleletropolis.. pitcher. the (streets after 12 o'clock at have I believe sold
Miss Gertrude Peyser has gone to required to give her entire relief. I fifty Imxe of
Second inning. Martin made first i then decided to try the medicine myself ;- night.It Chamberlain's Stomach anti Liver
Eufala and other places in Alabamato Miss Julia %
Lindsey gave a very Moore's error. Cole rode to firston and did not use all of one bottle is after this hour that these I Tablets on the recommendation: of
visit friends. She expects .to be delightful party Tuesday afternoon toa before I was well and I have never one lady here, who first bought a box
a free pass, Sullivan braced him- thieve do their depradations.
absent about six weeks. number of her little girl and boyfriends since been troubled with that com- of them about a year ago. 8Mef
self for a long hit, but only missed
the occasion being her sixth plaint. One cannot say too much in "Cash" Thomas, a former Floridian, tired of telling her neighbors; and
Mrs., Clarence Camp, children and I the sphere. Clark hit to Moore and favor of that wonderful medicine." friends about the good qualities)
birthday. All who is popularly known to
governess left Wednesday: for Atlantic spent a pleasant after- forced Martin out at third. Vogt This remedy is for !sale by all druggists many these tablets. P. M. Shore UrajorM

Beach to spend the balance of the noon playing different games that ended the inning by hitting to first. m people in this city, is on a visit to Rochester, Ind. The purgative effectof

summer at the Continental hotel. children delight in. Jacksonville and Palm Beach for these tablets make them a favor
For the Cyclones Camp hit for one Love Released and Re-Arrested.
three weeks. It will be rememberedthat orite with ladies everywhere. For
base. Ford was substituted to run for The trial of Allan Love for the kill-
Misses Mary and Rebecca Anderson sale by all druggists
Messrs.Richard S. Hall and Evan Mr. Thomas was superintendentof m
I. him and stole the second and
of Pitts -
ing Saturday morning re-
will leave in a few for Louisville
P. Thagard returned home Tuesday I days the Sub-Tropical Exposition in
How Much do Animals
stations, Brewer hit a high fly to sulted in his release, the only evidence Knew
morning from Atlantic Beach, where Ky., where they go to spend this city after the late S. A. Adams
I Jewett who stuck his hooks into it. produced against him being Answer. When dogs, eaU and
they spent several days at the Continental several weeks with their aunt, Mrs left it. He built the rustic buildingat
Anderson vainly tried to hit the ball Cook's "confession." other animals carried long <&4anoe
\ hotel. I W. L. Hale, who spent the past the Sub-Tropical for the Hernando
'" ,! winter in Ocala. and fanned. Clark threw four wide Immediately upon his release from on cars and steamers, WHwetimni
'''-' They will also visit exhibit and he had "Old "
$ county Joe
ones to Moore who paraded down to confined in bags and U.*k.. can
Mrs. Edward Hiller and daughters, I I relatives in Mayfield.Mrs. custody as a prisoner the Pitts
the boxed for
alligator, shipmentto
Miss Mona Hiller and Hiss Hazel f'I first. It was Ford's bat so Bullockwas case he was arrested for complicityin up without asking any qtHWow, find

Hiller left Tuesday for Atlantic Bullock, wife of General Rob- put in to run for I Camp. Moore the killing: several weeks ago of Atlanta when the yellow fever their way home, and bird travailing
broke out here in 18SS. He was the
t Beach, where they will spend a monthor ert Bullock, died suddenly at the family stole second and Liddell tried to William Ruth just east of the city. thousand of mile com tank year
first to ever introduce chalk
six weeks. home in Ocala a few days ago. throw him out, and Bullock tallied The date for his hearing in the latter after year to the same nauto. it it
work in Florida and in
1SS4 was pub-
4 General and Mrs. Bullock had been when Jewett returned the ball with a case has not yet been set. pretty sure that they know Mom ,
)lr C. Finzel of Weirs- lisher of the Brooksville Register.Like .
Anthony ,
things to a knowledge of which no
: married fifty-three years and have poor throw. Ford ended the agony

dale, came up to Ocala Monday reard a large family of sons and by striking out. Korea is a promising market for all good Floridians. Thomas human being has yet" aUal......

night with the picnic crowd and was American commodities. Accordingto thinks there is no place like the Land
daughters, whose excellent citizen- There were no further runs scored The vast field of animal lntoioaee
the of" S. Woodrow. He Dnnn's Review in 1S96. of .-Jacksonville Metropolis
Mr. D. we exported
is the the five it to be studied and tto
r ship best monument to the during next innings. Manyof mans! we
to that nation commodities amount- i Mr. Thomas resided in Ocala for
returned to the
the will be Mtetl with
memory of the good woman whom the batters were mowed down at study more we
I afternoon.Charlie ing to 32. For the first eleven i many years and his friends here will wonder and admiration. G T.
Ocala mourns at this time.-Starke the plate on strikes as grass before e.
months of the fiscal just closedwe be glad to hear of him again.
year I .
in Dumb Anlraab.Crtiip.
and Lucile Standley and Telegraph.She. the reaper. In the seventh inning I
manufactured articles
after two were out, Wheeler hit to
their visitors, Mabel and Willie An Imitation. .
Tried Five Doctors. amounting to 356,593. The "Hermit
t Knight, of Valdosta, returned home Moore, who fumbled the ball, but The two extracts which follow con-
Mrs. Francis L. Sales, Missouri Nation" is coming out of her seclu- In violent inflammation &1 the

Tuesday afternoon from Lake Weir, Valley, Ia., writes: "I have been luck was with the pitcher, who in sion and is becomiug a patron ofAmerica's vince us
where with Mr. and Mrs W. M. afflicted with kidney trouble five trying to recover the ball bowled it special Gaiter correspondent, is read which sometime extends to the

;years; had severe pains in in back to Anderson, retiring Wheeler. shops and mills. lyrnx and bronchial tube; and U OM
Coin they have been spending a my ,I away from home and creating an influence
and a frequent desire to urinate. Eighth inning. Scott bunted and of the most dangerous dfc e&e of
week. Mr.and Mrs. Goin will remainat
With the Masons at Martel. :
children. It almost
When I always
riding experienced
severe made first. Jewett sacrificed him
the lake for some time longer, pain over the region of the kidneys. to Messrs. W. C. Lindsay, Ed W. Walter Batson was seen in town comes on in the night.I

I tried five physicians without benefit second. Liddell hit a long fly to Davis, James E. Chace, Herman Sunday evening. What does this Give frequent small dose of lUlUrd'a

Mr.and :\lrs.AlbertIartin, formerly and then concluded to try Foley's Peyser who froze on to it and doubled Benjamin, N. I. Gottlieb and J. J. mean, Miss Dora?-Dickson (Tenn.) Horehound Syrup and apply! BaHard't

of Valdosta, are pleasant acquisi- Kidney Cure. After taking three Scott at second. In the Cyclone's Williams, members of the Marion Verdict. Snow Liniment externally to the

tions to Ocala social circles. As $1 bottles I was completely cured." half of this inning Bullock hit to left throat. tic, roc, $1.00. BoW by
Dunn lodge of Ocala went out Friday News are as scarce as hen teeth at I Anti
i Miss Stella Knight, Mrs. Martin wasa Postoffice Drug Store. m field and tried to turn a one base hit Monopoly Drug Stow. m
night to be with thel\lasonsat Martel Crooked Creek this week.-Leaf .
frequent visitor to Ocala and her I! into two bases, but was thrown out. Hotels are more popular now than
Mr. George Blitch, with the Com- and enjoyed themselves immensely. River (Ill.) Mirror.It .
friends here are delighted to know mercial Bank, Has been transferredto Peyser bunted safely, pilfered the I I they were in the long ago, tad yet

that she will make her home among second sack and came home on Bar- The family of a dead Japanese is noted that Colonel Brown in we read in some of the oW Mm
the Jacksonville bank. This is
them Mr. Martin is a popular travel a fields hit to center. Cyclones, 3; soldier gets, roughly speaking, one- the list of exhibits proposed for his. papers that the fare u.ed to be twelve
step upwards.
Ing man and is now doing this territory Whirlwinds, 0. third the pay of his rank. This would south Florida fair includes milch' cents for meal, six cents for lodtfeg

and making Ocala his head- Who ever saw gold put on the For the Whirlwinds, in their lucky give the widow of a private fl.25 cows one year old.:' It'is evident that and a mug of rum for three ceoti.

I : quarters. Mr. and Mrs. :Martin are collection plate. Silver-nickels and ninth, Wheeler hit to left, Martfn a month; a first lieutenant, $6.25 ofa Colonel Brown has never been engaged The modern traveler pays now more

R 4f stopping at Mrs. Palmer's on Ft. dimes, sometimes quarters-is the sacrificed him to second, Cole hit to captain, $3.33, and to the widow of j in the dairy business.- Tampa than that for a drink and ft shoo

King avenue. church going money. second and Wheeler crossed the slab a colonel, $20. Times. I shine.
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""r"r"r"r"r"'r"'r"'r"'r"r""r"r" " " " " " ,," I VICTORY TURNED INTO DEfeATChamber's on Brewer's error. Cole went to The Camp Fhosphate Company's I THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD.

-- -I second on a passed ball, stole third, Interests Leased.
Sullivan fanned. Clark waited and It will be seen from an announce- It is a commonly) aec >|it.4 day ing
Cyclone Had the Game
was given his base. Vogt hit to"Bullock ment copied from the Philadelphia that unless a man i fc writ along to
Daniel's Tonic Pills Cinched up to the 9th Inning.
I 1S i iJ who made an error and Cole i American Fertilizer, printed else- wards success More b# fc is years ,,t

Interest in the Ocala base Ball and Clark tallied. Vogt stole second where in this paper, that the vast age he will not '.wr.M+i.

f _: For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. -2S... I I team still keeps up. The game of and scored on Scott's hit to left field, interests of the Camp Phosphate Co., The statement k k.u...... Th.

:.-:_: .:r,: =-== }I: Tuesday afternoon on the South winning the game. doing business in this county and in facts are again it.

.::. :: Third street diamond was deservirgof The Cyclones were not equal to the other counties in the state, were leas- .\ study of tta liven of ." ... ... -
-- -- I all the enthusiasm it received.The occasion and went out in one, two, ed on the first of the month to Messrs. men will show that MCOOM arena t-.
.- -. i
-: :- score was closer than that of any three order. Clarence and Jack Camp, sons' of most men after rather UMW brfortIs

--- I --..... other game played here insome The score:- Col. W. N. Camp and both residingin : i .

pa's: time. There were better hits and CYCLONES., this Is it
/... -.. city. thwiebl fHffevw! Who U*
-- 1 -- more thrilling catches and stops. AB R II PO A E The company has seven plants in made a great forUm before htu j40 -
rte.- ,r- r Ford, c. 5 0 1 12 1 0
:-:::-: I :-:: I The players showed more energy Harris, 3b. 4 .11 200 operation and expect to erect several ?

---- I, --- neither side was willing to showdown Bullock, ss. -1 0 3 0 1 1 others soon. The Fertilizer does not Or Jtolit-i,.? Few ttaep f* ...rt. din

-- --- until the contest was over. Peyser, If. 11 1 1 1 0 state what Col. W. NT. Camp and the polities before te. ThP nsati w :I"goes

p The erstwhile Banners have chris- Barfield, cf. 4 0 1 1 0 1 other members of the firm expect to to Uw Ui&Ml t S tatsS -.at., It!
I Camp. 2b. -1 1 1 2 0 2
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r it ___ __. tened themselves the Cyclones, and do. '__ the age of 88 its chased r "yaiiiF
Brewer, rf. -1 0 1 1 0 1
L and are now managed by Mr. II. S. senator."
Anderson, lb. 3 0 1 S 0 0 Cured'of Bright's Disease.Mr. .

[ 1 POSTOFFICE DRUG' STORE. i i Chambers. The team that has repre- Moore, p. 3 0 0 0 6 1 Robert O. Burke, Elnora, X. Or meretaBdMitf Or HS rrtur'

-r Prescriptions receive careful attention. sented the Star now style themselves 3.5 3927105 Y., writes: "Before I started to use Or art? Or wat'f

-- -- -.- ---- --- --- -- ---- -y the Whirlwinds, and it was a WHIRLWINDS. Foley's Kidney Crue I had to get up The facto are wort anon at flu* at.

!jl1jljl! [ IIIIIIIIIIlIIII111JIIIUIIulIIlIIIIIIIIlIJIIIII IIIIlIIII Illlllt I whirlwind finish they, gave the spec- R II PO tAB A E from twelve to twenty times a night, of 40 are just ready for nncumfiil ,.'"

tators in the With the Vogt, 2b. 5 1 0 2 1 0 and I was all bloated up with dropsyand .
I ninth inning. deavor. Tlw have made ......k. ,
-- -- ___ ____m.. _ ___ _ ._ eyesight I )
I my was so impaired *
Scott 3b.
4 02 3 11
score three to nothing they came to In that way thy haw _matf _
could of 1"1'i irience.
-.. __ Jewett, ss. -1 0 1 3 0 1 scarcely see one my family
1: "
B'f'IilII'oP' the bat in their half of the ninth inning Liddel across the room. I had given up They ten c. -I 0 0 9 1 0
and before the side had been hope of living, when a friend limitations. ..
Wheeler, lb. -1 1 1 -1 0 0 recom- TWjhare fawtf .h.- *

I" David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE retired they had sent four men Martin, If. 3 0 1 1 1 0 mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One they belong.It .

across the rubber, winning the game. Cole, cf. 3 1 1 2 0 0 50ct. bottle worked wonders and be- is not nemrjr to qvoto tataiices
fore I had taken the
Sullivan rf. 4 00 2 00 third bottle the
LANDS. The Cyclones made more safe hits had Life ami) IH..tttrv a*. full <>r
Clark, p. 2 10 1 4-0 dropsy gone, as well as all other
than the Whirlwinds, but they also symptoms of Bright's disease." them. Men haveiHuftmaMMd themselves

made more errors, and most of them 331 5 27 82 Postoffice Drug Store. at 10, V), 80, 70 awl even .t i !M
were costly. seemed Batteries, Whirlwinds, Clark and l
compara- years-seldom before M.
If have phosphate lands wish to sell
you any you or The Candidate's Horror. t
lease royalty communicate with him. tively safe until the ninth innfng, Liddell. Cyclones, Moore and Ford. Fortunate imWl fo few who U writ
on but baseball is Following is the score by innings. Timers now here when the candidate -
an game. / on the way to guewwt at.... Fully

The Whirlwinds were rallied and the Whirlwinds 00 000004 4 fears to open his newspaper lest as fortunate he, though teaeaetwde

Cyclones : -110000010 3 he discovers that a man he never
Cyclones were rattled. Both pitchersdid ful, who at 40 hiss IMHIM th* wuricl

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice: Block. Ocala, Fla. remarkable work, and fielded "Happy Jack" Horner umpired the heard of has, after wrestling with and himself ami hH not teat "UUf-

their well. Clark however game: to the entire satisfaction of himself in prayer, decided not to vote
.... J position age.
6i had the better support. His fielders both teams. His decisions were for him. Courage. That's Uw Mate thing

and accurate. He the On the other hand he hesitates to
prompt was
down several drives that
!! pulled long You can't keep a brave MM* do*n J
Mr. E. L. Snowden ofI
USA ELISABETH HABSIS Local Editor ; formerly
ma-terof of the whole situation. turn over the page dreading to find
looked like would
they no matter what hid Me fail
affr. > j
Ocala has mule and winnie farm
I I a that his fool friends have
Wo understand that the Palatka done some
!'! First Inning. Whirlwinds to the but he will rise. And swage ifcy h.

FF F HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. near Lake City. bat. Vogt made three graceful fans team has accepted a challenge from more blundering thing to make his will have his chare**! vices.

r the home team, and our enthusiastswill defeat a certainty.-New York Tele-
Mrs. J. R. Moorehead and children at the ball and missed. Scott was Are you 10, or meref'
The prices for pears are holding up be treated to two with
who have been spending several sent to first on a free ticket, and games an gram. Are you fairly cults b. ..... "ft'II -1

F remarkably well. weeks at Lake Weir, returned home Jewett hit to second where the ball ontside team. thicken Thieves No young man can lofty\ yaw .*....".
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Rev. J. A. Hendry and family have Tuesday afternoon. was fumbled. Both remained on Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Wednesday night Miss Daisy Bell ence You know Uitafp M Hwy an
z returned home from a visit to relatives these bases while Liddell and Wheeler Years of Suffering."I says that a chicken thief entered her No illusions. You know yaw fellow
A little son was born to Mr. and

Arcadia.. Mrs. Speigner Anderson, of this city, struck out. The Cyclones did wish to say a few words in praiseof premises and stole a dozen or more of man. You know yOlU'Mtf.ad out

better. Ford drove a long one to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and her choice chickens. of this knowledge

aw Miffetily
Mr. William Himes, of Tampa, Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anderson's yon
fI.was Cole who hung to it. Harris hit to Diarrhoea Remedy" says Mrs. Mattie Thursday night perhaps the tame equipped to organise vktory out of
in Ocala Tuesday returning froma parents in Augusta, Ga. Burge, Martinsville, Va. I suffered -
left field for two bases, took the third thief entered the premises of the defeat.
trip to Tennessee.Mr. from chronic diarrhoea for ten
I Mrs. Bridges and two children. of sack on a passed ball, and ambled years and during that time tried various editor of this paper and stole about The malnthingldrrrarrgofI'.tatkaNews.

C. A. Crews, of Jacksonville. Ocala, Fla., who have been spendingsome home when Bullock Hit safely past medicines without obtaining any the same number of fine fryers. .

representing the Times-Union was a I time with Mrs. Garrin, left short. Peyser hit to pitcher and permanent relief. Last summer one Now, this is harrowing.The -- --
of children taken with chol- One Ladus' fttcommtndatlon "ltf
visitor to Ocala Tuesday and a guestat yesterday for a stay of a few weeks forced Bullock out at second. Bar- my was police should lock up every
I 1 I Fifty Bun of '
era morbus, and I procured a bottleof Chamber'a.' .
the Montezuma. elsewhere.-Saluda (N. C.) Notes in field retired the side with a popflyto this remedy. Only two doses were suspicious character found loiteringon Stomach and Liver Tablatl.'

Miss Gertrude Peyser has gone to JacksomilleIetropolis.. pitcher. required to give her entire relief. I the streets after 12 o'clock at I have, I believe.,nohl Hlty tMie of

Second inning. :Martin made firston then decided to try the medicine my- night.It Chamberlain's StomaehJ Uver

Eufala and other places in Alabama. Miss Julia Lindsey: gave a very Moore's error. Cole rode to firston self, and did not use all of one bottle is after this hour that these Tablets on the recommendation of

to visit friends. She expects to be delightful party Tuesday afternoon toa before I was well and I have never one lady here, who fret liougfct a bo it
a free pass, Sullivan braced him- thieves do their depradations.
absent about six weeks. number of her little girl and boyfriends since been troubled with that com- of them about a year ago Hb Mrter
self for a long hit, but only missed
One cannot too much in tires of telling hr iHihbor acid
the occasion being her sixth plaint. say "Cash" Thomas, a former Floridian,
Mre., Clarence Camp children and I the sphere. Clark hit to Moore and favor of that wonderful medicine." friends about the &**\ faJtUm of

governess left Wednesday for Atlantic I birthday. All spent a pleasant after- forced Martin out at third. Vogt This remedy is for sale by all druggists who is popularly. known to many these tablet P. M. Store, abrukd.Rochester .

Beach to spend the balance of the noon playing different games that ended the inning by hitting to first. m people in this city, is on a visit to ml. 'I'M.ifgalir. HNx-t

hotel. children delight in.- Jacksonville and Palm Beach for of these tablet make* tliaai a favororite
summer at the Continental For the Cyclones Camp hit for one Love Released and Re-Arrested.
\ three weeks. It will be rememberedthat with ladk tt<."....*. For
base. Ford was substituted to run for The trial of Allan Love for the kill- dale all M4.
Messrs.Richard S. Hall and EvanP. Misses Mary and Rebecca Ander- Mr. Thomas was superintendentof by tltltyl 1ft
him and stole the second and third
ing of Pitts Saturday morning re-
son will leave in a few days for Louisville -
Thagard returned home Tuesday the Sub-Tropical Exposition in How Much da Animal h..?
stations, Brewed hit a high fly to sulted in his release, the only evi-
morning from Atlantic Beach, where Ky., where they go to spend this city after the late S. A. Adams Answer. When dose oato aawlother
I Jewett who stuck his hooks into it. dence produced against him being
they spent Several days at the Conti- several weeks with their aunt, Mrs. left it. He built the rustic buildingat animals al'littt! loRe iustanew
Anderson vainly tried to hit the ball Cook's "confession."
nental hotel. W. L. Hale, who spent the past the Sub-Tropical for the Hernando
1 and htaaimn eeeeettwtwconfined
on cars *
and fanned. Clark threw four wide Immediately upon his release from
winter in Ocala. They will also visit "
county exhibit, and he had "Old Joe,
5! ones to Moore who paraded down to in the Pitts in Wipe pad ..lt.... C'U.
Mrs. Edward Hiller and daughters, I relatives in Mayfield.Mrs. custody as a prisoner
the boxed for
alligator, up shipmentto
Miss Mona Hiller and Hiss Hazel first. It was Ford's bat so Bullock. case he was arrested for complicityin without asking any ginatfuaM. flml
Atlanta when the yellow fever their twaw ad.... ........
Bullock in to for Camp. Moore way .
Hiller left Tuesday for Atlantic wife of General Rob- was put run the killing several weeks ago of
broke out here in 1SS3. He was! the
Beach, where they will spend a monthor ert Bullock, died suddenly at the family stole second and Liddell tried to William Ruth just east of the city. thousand of mile maw taaok y.ar
first introduce chalk
to ever plate .
six weeks. home in Ocala a few days ago. throw him out, and Bullock tallied The date for his hearing in the latter after year to the MMM n*., tt ill i
work in Florida, and in 1S84 was pub
General and Mrs Bullock had been when Jewett returned the ball with a case has not yet been set. pretty Hire that ...., fat"* I ma*

Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, of Weirs- married fifty-three years and have poor throw. Ford ended the agony lisher of the Brooksville Register.Like things to a knowledge of whfeh, no

dale, came up to Ocala Monday reard a large family of sons and by striking out. Korea is a promising market for all good Floridians, M. Thoma human being lee yea attain*!.

night with the picnic crowd and was daughters, whose excellent citizen- There were no further runs scored American commodities. Accordingto thinks there is no place like the Landof The vat MA of aataaal tat4lfn.*

f the guest of Mr. D. S. Woodrow. He ship is the best monument to the during the next five innings. Manyof Dnnn's Review in 1896. we exported Flowers.JacbomilleIetropoli it to be st+ttliwd, al UMfctudy tawi. we

to that nation commodities amount- :Mr. Thomas resided in Ocala for
returned to the lake Wednesday memory of the good woman whom the batters were mowed down at the more w. wtt ht KM with

afternoon. Ocala mourns at this time.-Starke the plate on strikes as grass before ing to $32. For the first eleven many years and his friends here will wonder and & ......*.-
months of the fiscal year just closedwe be glad to hear of him again.An Angell in Ihttiab A.HI".
Charlie and Lucile Standley and Telegraph.She. the reaper. In the seventh inning
exported manufactured articles -
Mabel and Willie after two were out, Wheeler hit to Imitation. Cr....
their visitors, Tried Five
Doctors. amounting to 356,593. The "HermitNation"
f Knight, of Valdosta, returned home Mrs. Francis L. Sales, Missouri :Moore, who fumbled the ball, but is coming out of her seclu- The two extracts which follow con- In a violent ItYaeua.-Mhts, of th.

luck was with the pitcher, who in us" that "Uncle Joe membrane of thv whirl pipe. .
Tuesday afternoon from Lake Weir, Valley, Ia., writes: "I have been sion and is becomiug a patron ofAmerica's vince our mucous
afflicted with trying to recover the ball bowled it Gaiter is read which I\OmetfJMII Mlntiih a* la*
where with :Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. kidney trouble five special correspondent,
had to Anderson retiring Wheeler. shops and mills. lyrnz and bn MibtoI MNM; MM! fe OM
Goin they have been spending a years; severe pains in in my back away from home'and creating an influence -
a dfa. ..
and desire of the most dang **** > of
a frequent to urinate. Eighth inning. Scott bunted and
i week. :Mr.and Mrs. Goin will remainat With the Masons at Martel. : children. It almorf atwayt
When I
riding experienced severe made first. Jewett sacrificed him
the lake for some time longer, pain over the region of the kidneys. to Messrs. W. C. Lindsay, Ed W. Walter Batson was seen in town comes on to the night.

p. I tried five physicians without benefit second. Liddell hit a long fly to Davis, James E. Chaee, Herman Sunday evening. What does this Give frequent maH dW.* of B*...'.

Mr.and 1lrs.AlbertIartin, formerly Peyser who froze on to it and doubled Horehound Syrup awl apply 9tt ''',
and then concluded to try Foley'sKidney Benjamin, N. I. Gottlieb and J. J. mean, :Miss Dora?-Dickson (Tenn.) .

of Valdosta, are pleasant acquisitions ; Cure. After taking three Scott at second. In the Cyclone'shalf Williams, members of the :Marion Verdict. Snow Liniment a.Ur..aDy to the
social circles. As bottles I this throat. 25o, 50ef '1.w. SGIII..,
to fl was completely cured. of inning Bullock hit to left
hen teeth at
News as
Dunn lodge of Ocala went out Friday are as scarce Anti-Monopoly Dreg Stove. M
Miss Stella Knight,Mrs. :Martin was Postoflice Drug Store. mMr. field and tried to turn a one base hit Crooked Creek this week.-Leaf
night to be with the Masons Martel:
a frequent visitor to Ocala and her into two bases, but was thrown out. Hotels are more popular i now than {
George Blitch, with the Com- and enjoyed themselves immensely.The River (Ill.) Mirror.It .
friends here are delighted to know Peyser bunted safely, pilfered the I they were In the long age, ami yt j
mercial Bank, Has been transferredto
that she will make her home among second sack and came home on Bar- family of a dead Japanese is noted that Colonel Brown In we read In some of th* oW Mws-
the Jacksonville bank. This is
them. Mr. Martin is popular travelIng a fields hit to center. Cyclones, 3; soldier gets, roughly speaking, one- the list of exhibits proposed for his. paper that the fare tItlEd U lass 1wttitae
step upwards.
man and is now doing this territory Whirlwinds, 0. third the pay of his rank. This would south Florida fair includes milch cents for meals! silt <*** fat IedLWc

and making Ocala his head- Who ever saw gold put on the For the Whirlwinds, in their lucky give the widow of a private $1.25a cows one year old. Itls evident that and a mug of rum fer three eenta

quarters. Mr. and Mrs. :Martin are collection plate. Silver-nickels and ninth, Wheeler hit to feft, Martin month; a first lieutenant, $6.25; of Colonel Brown has never been en- The modern traveler pays iww sore

Ij stopping at Mrs. Palmer's on Ft. dimes, sometimes quarters-is the sacrificed him to second, Cole hit to a captain, f 3.33, and to the widow of gaged in the dairy business.-Tampa than that for ft drink and a thee

a Keg avenue. church going money. second and Wheeler crossed the slabS a colonel, $20. Times. j thine.THE t

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the8unc A Quaint and Beautiful Old Town With 1Q <
B0TTLE-F1ELD Much injury has been done the negro -
Historic Romances.
race by the misdirected zeal of
tuna Florida's capital city is as rich in gm
those who about
continually preach
James Creelman in the New York
grat historic lore as St Augustine and in ,
the right to equality with the whites.In .
World views the democratic situation
The referring to it, Miss Jeffie Bell, the
1865, when the negro was set free, I
f through very hopeful spectacles. He new local editor of the Daily Capitol,
he held without a rival the entire
flak nays eloquent.She .
field of industrial labor
PtQn The "solid south" is automatically throughoutthe
t :
BlCiv south. Ninety-five per cent of all says I
democratic. With a conservative candidate -
It is easy to understand the charm |
I" r the industrial work of the southern II
actively supported byJGrover that holds all her wandered sons and '
r states was in his hand. And he was I
Cleveland, the democrats
V I daughters loyal to dear old Tallahassee -
and I It fully competent to do it. Every adult
claim New York, New Jersey
with her fragrant and historic
t was either a skilled laborer or a train-
F Connecticut. The nomination. of H. memories-what rich stories of ro
ed mechanic.. It the falacious TreaIsp mI
'aAF : said was
G. Davis for vice-president is to mance-of history, and of tragedy
of and West teachings of equality which deluded
Insure the vote Maryland
f. lie untouched in her unwritten annals.chrouicles1hat -
him into the substance for
Virginia, not to speak of a racefissue. dropping stretch unbroken
Mr. Roosevelt's of Ad- the shado\v. Today their wisest leader
recognition from the early days,when the pioneer
dicks and his methods is supposed to is trying to emulate his great teacher, p
settlers, wealthy planters, most of
ne alienated conservative Armstrong, and lend them back to
have enough them bringing their stock and slaves,
the field which they have so carelessly -
make Delaware safe for
democrats to
made of the beautiful in its
hi Parker. Rhode Island has elected a abandoned. Men who are the primeval virginity, homes, where ?T1 HER E is an old saying that "there m
0 democratic governor in the last two equals of others do not go about con-
like feudal lords of other lands they
f state elections. tinually asserting it. They show their lived in princely state. All that has Q is nothing new under the sun ," but
the fruits of their
Total electoral vote in 1903..176 equality by intel- t-a
passed away-but life must have beena
Necessary for a choice..239soLw lect and character. Among the stately ceremonial in those days of we shall take exception to that, as
whites, the poor class are not always .

0 T Alabama .......souTli................. 11 haranguing and adopting resolutionsas "fair All women"lord and and lady brave and men.no" riding Q there is always something new at, "The

Arkansas .... ........ ........... 9 to their equality with the other "

0f Florida . ,. .................. 5 classes, any more than the well-to-do The away.call But of ah duty! the that"riding stirred away.the House That Treats You Right. For fflra

t Georgia .. ......:..'........... 13 class is always insisting upon their fruitless of
hearts, the years carnage instance this week have received
I Kentucky.... ............:......... 13 equality with the wealthy class. They and the sickening desolation at their we sev-

Louisiana ........_... ..... ... .. 9 know that they are equal, jf not superior I I
end, and the changed life all over the eral shipments of Groceries and know j
c --. Mississippi .. ... ........ .. 10 and do not feel continuallycalled land. '" you

I iIissouri.......... ...... .. .. 13 on to assert it offensively. The The inscrutable hills gaze spl'inx. ) that you have to eat whether want to 1Ii

North Carolina. ......... .. .. 12 same may be said about the best educated you
like the distances and alone
South Carolina ............ .. 9 best behaved, and most change across not, generations of men come i:a or not, for you MUST live. We are ever

Tennessee .. ...... .,........... 12 worthy among the negroes.? It is the and and time's rentless Ul

Texas..t... ... .. . 13 blatant "demagogue and "mouthy" brings jjo changes and a new order cycle of m on the alert to get the best things, and

Virginia ........ .... .......'.. ........12 negro-a term that was well known and the statlier have become
daring the period of slaver}'-who is things" ,. days : then to give our trade the benefit of these m

Total.................... ... .... 151 heard this a memory-tradition to be told 83
mainly on subject. Hap-
at the fireside on long winter even-
DEBATABLE SOUTH. pily for the negros, the major portionof I things. m

Maryland......., ,.... ... .. 8 them have retired from the strug- ings, and to fill our dreams with visions -

Delaware..........'........ .... ... 3 gle for political power, and, except of colonial dames, marvelous 4 -

West Virginia .................... 7 I when excited live har- beauties, and men of heroic and ideal
by agitators mold governors and colonels and 1 GOOD THINGS TO EAT AID PLENTY Or TUE1.

Total. ... . ... ... .. ...... 18 i moniously enough with the whites, majors and princes and princesses and :
and the industrious element are sav-
DEBATABLE NORTHEAST. more fair women-and statesmen

New York.. . ........ .. ....... 39 ing their earnings and building Disfranchisement themselves galore a long, long line, and the Let us Suggest to You 1')1

New Jersey ... . ... .. ..... 12 I homes.-From "The dream on with the pulsing throbof

i '" Connecticut.. ..?,........ .... .. 7 I of the Negro," by Thomas music goes and sweet original 1830 girls : : That you eat lightly in summer, and that tQ

Rhode Island ............ ........ 4 Nelson Page in the July Scribner. ., danced the minuet-with 1830 beauxin l
eat only the best. W
Total . ... .. ... .. ..... 62 A Kentucky Incident.A knee breeches and powdered hair
for all I know. All is past and gone.
SUM (ARY. pretty hefty event occurred in "1VIAPLFLAKE"will be

Solid South .....or. .. . . 151 the society circles of Clinton, Ky., "Well.Roses and beauty queens all must must fade crumble,enD into sceptres dust rust' highly appreciated by you, m

Debatable South ..... . ..... 13 last week. The Gazette chronicles it But through the shadows once again I.J) and so will a cup of "vVHITEHOUSEItf.J) ,

I .. .. Their ghosts steal forth o'er memory to reign..tThe
1,. Debatable Northeast 62 thus: m Coffee. Both of these are

, Miss Minnie Ringo, daughter of T. Original tJ m
Total............ .........v. 231 standards of excellence. t.J
d N. Ringo, of the eastern part of the Foley & Co., Chicago, originated .
With this total assured to the dem- '
county, was married Sunday afternoon Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
1 1I ocratic ticket Judge Parker would
at Fulton to James Darnell, of remedy, and on account of the great
need only 8 more votes to make his Union City. The bride is a very merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- f I

_election The following certain. are the states in pretty and charming young woman, ey and Tar many imitations are of- NeT Caiiii&1 Goods Iii Groat f\\Tariety.i[

is and interest in her marriage wasaugmented fered for the genuine. Ask for CMi
which the fight for these votes to by the fact that she Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse

be pressed; weighs 337 pounds.No any substitutes offered as no other O ,

DEBATABLE WEST. preparations will give the same sat- i1 Libby McNeill & Libby and Armour
that put
James is
one not
Idaho ... .. .. .. ......... .. .. 3 can say isfaction. It is mildly laxative. It i'

Indiana .. ... .. .. .......> ... .. 15 getting fair weight in the matrimonial contains no opiates and is safest for 1 up the best, and we handle their products.
4 scales. children and delicate Post-
Montana .. ........................ 3 persons. k Potted Tongue Potted Ham
office Drug Store. m \S
Nevada .. . ...11..1... ... ... 3 ..
Dumb Animals pays the following D Boneless Chicken Devilled Ham
Illinois................'................. 27 Hon. Robert W.Davis has tenderedhis kra
tribute to Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain -
Washington ..........:;............ 5 services to Hon. D. U. Fletcher, Sausage Meat. )
well known in Ocala and whoseson b'J mS
I Colorado.... ................. .. ... 5 chairman of the democratic executive
practiced law here for some
Michigan ..t. .. ............... 14 committee, as a speaker in the inter-

Oregon . .. .:.../:.....,: .. 3 years: "It was not the roughs and est of the democratic party. Col. '
toughs of our great cities that savedour \ and J. S
Utah . . .... .'v., .... .. 3 union, but largely men like our Bob should tender his services to the Q 11'Iar11'iiYagnor Farroti S Fanious Canned Fru ts.

! Wisconsin..... ...................... ... 13 national commitee. His eloquence, I
good friend ex-Major General, Cham-

Total .......... .... ..... -. 95 berlain, of Maine, who was promotedby wit, humor, magnetism and fervor, >> Peaches Pears Plums Strawberries
are needed in the doubtful states. ,
General Grant on the field of bat ,

The Yellow Pulpiteer. tle for distinguished bravery, and Apricots, and numerous others.
FOilTSfiONEMMfor .
Sam Jones can give yellow journa- honored by General Grant by being .. .
.fl.r_. No ,
lism cards and spades and beat1 it in deputed to receive the surrender of

kind. Lee's army." Dun's Review reports that the condition I W .
Heinz Goods In d.
He recently preached in CarthageMo. Building a railway from the main- of the yellow pine market is 8 Large YarietJ.

( .) on Missouri politics and here is unsatisfactory; prices considerablylower
land to Key West is a colossal enter-
what he said: prise, and, if successful, will take its ; the demand very light, and Pickles both Sweet and Sour iii
"If the machine politicians in Missouri the,mills running at the lowest possi- ; :
place alongside of the most daring Preserves of all kinds.
were to die all at once, of course ble capacity; prices for naval storesare I! kg.
engineering achievements of modern
they'd go to hell, and when the devil good and the product is moving_
times. Stupendous and
costly as the
saw them coming he'd close up shop. forward. and
freely demand is
work is, it now seems certain that
But the gang would caucus,. hold an active. m
Mr. Flagler-Florida's Aladdin-is g gfl
election, knock the devil in the head, BA 1LAS CONDII\'IENTS1\'
going to undertake it, and what a General Miles' letter of congratu- a
-4 make a new one and run hell to suit
.(1y. monument it will be to his memory! lation to Judge Parker has the ringof
themselves. In less than ten days
sincerity. The gallant old soldieris

everybody there would be sorry for. The prohibitionists were the first to evidently pleased at the
prospectof Our stock is always clean and the
the >>
change. 2
get away with their notifications,and the selection of so good a man to boughtat
Sam is not elegant but he is rugged will be the last to in prices that will make it
get with the the presidency and will do his utmostto interesting to you to buy V

and suggestive._ .. goods. Another ,case where the first help. The influence of General V here; If fair dealings will induce I'J;'
you to
shall be
last.-Atlanta come
Journal. here. {
Generous, genial Bob Davis has Miles is not to be despised.Rochester -
News and Advertiser.In ) there is no reason why you should DJ
offered to take the stump for Napo- Florida is threatened with a new H go elsewhere.MASTERSJ.

leon Broward. Now, if Barrs will of-
author. It is said that W. J. Bryan, the present house of representatives -
fer his services to Clark and Stock-
of Jacksonville, will soon be out with of the Japan Diet, there are 130

i ton to Taliaferro it will look like a (book entitled: "Me and Brow- farmers, 23 barristers, 12 officials, 26 B =

Florida democrats are getting together "
merchants, newspaper editors 3 doctors -
Mrs. Maybrick has not been par- and 70 members without fixed kg

Parker can carry all the, states doned-she professions.A .
has been released during J
a Bryan carried in 1900 and add to his :
good behavior. She can be re-im- widow is usually more particular
column the,states of Conneticut.Dela- 11.1.
prisoned at any time. about the choice of a second husband QJ
ware, Indiana, New:Jersey and New
than she was about the fl Q
York, he can march in triumph from Mrs. Henry G. Davis, wife, of the !I 'st.
Esopus to the White House. democratic vice-presidential nominee, iti FLORIDA.I
Study alHomeSSLara t I .
was born in Frederick, Md., and is a ,
more and you
caramore. With the Tablet Home Study Lessons need not
you .
FOlErsKlDNEYCUREKldom typical southern woman in appearance leave home or employment to learn Bookkeeping.Arithmetic. ,
Kldom and Bladder Rio ht and bearing. AJgcbn l'hy5lcst.annctc.Geometry. Tea Grammar aided Rhetoric to pass Literature.eliminations.History.ayrs8otaucccss. aEaaaaet.: { m 3 ;
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USA ZLISABETH RABBIS Local Editor A Jolly Afternoon on Lake Weir. The Semi'Colon Club. Japanned.Oh .

Monday afternoon quite a crowd of Miss Mary Arthur Anderson proved when the Russians slaughterTen 4 1 e r 1

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Ocala people chartered a car and a most charming hostess yesterdaywhen thousand ere they halt t\ ,
You mix the blood with water- .
she entertained the SemiColonClub i
went down to Lake Weir on the
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story mix with salt.Chicago.
For rent several small at her father's lovely home on
'f cottages. afternoon train. They had a very News.

J. Starr Sternberger. 7-1 I jolly afternoon bathing in the lake, Main street. Mrs. Phil Holland as- __ n
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sisted her sister in receiving and both Try
Mr. Wm. Tuten, of Graham\ille, boating. and other picnic pleasures. This k tto
y was in the city Saturday on business. About dark they served lunch and in club members and guests were enthu- Stewart, an attachee of the iT, it .L: u. ++ tlMree-

-- the evening enjoyed the beautiful siastic in their expression of appreciation city mail delivery service, is erectinga

Tyding's & Co., have a full line of moonlight to the fullest extent. of Miss Anderson's charming hos- handsome cottage on the comer of a{ able old r..hK'utd
box of all discriptions. x
fancy paper Among the party we noticed the pitality."A Shakespearean Romance" South Fourth and :Magnolia: streets. 1A.1 K* tiA
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> to .ktI'HltL
way .
)Ir. and Mrs Abe Brown are now following: kept those present: very delightfully '
:Mrs. George Douglas and children, .
"doing" the World's Fair at St. Dr. A. L. Izlar, Mr. and :Mrs.: entertained. In giving the prizes all
who have been visiting the former'ssister
Louis. W. J. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. club members cut for the club prize.
Mrs. Andy Winer returned to
Mr. Tom Harris went up to Jacksonville Arthur Clark, Mrs. J. P Hilburn, the guests all cut for the guest prize, their home Saturday.The .
while all present cut for the consola-
Porter Eula-
Sunday afternoon to spend a Misses Bessie ,

few days. lee Izlar, Sara Harris, Johnnie Lid- tion. Miss Eva Louise Taylor won Tea Pot Grocery has had a ..

don, Valeta Potter, Messrs. John H. the club honors, the daintiest watercolor mule to go astray. Any one knowing

Largest stock of wall paper in Marion Mathews, W. H. Powers, Howard painting, the guest prize fell to anything of the whereabouts of, the
J. Starr Sternberger UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKERThis
county. I the lot of Mrs. J. W. Gresham. This
Ocala, Fla. 6 24 Clark, C. L. Anderson, Alfred Beck, animal please notify this enterprisingfirm.

Ernest Watson, Clifford Ayer, Frank was a signet hat pin. Miss Violet Harris ,

The rains Sunday prevented the Reagan, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, of Florida, won the consolation, a ------- -- '
Grover was fishing all the time the \
churches from having very large con- Misses Pauline Sullivan, Jessie Pal dainty white fan. Beautifully served St. Louis convention was in session is the new and Jup-to- s

gregations. mer, Mrs. John :Martin: of Valdosta, refreshments of moulded nut cream,
-- --- --- and the reporters declare that he date You do not touch .
deliciout and cake way,
frappe completed I
Messrs. W. K. Zewadski David S.
and fur- ,
I will rooms
paper your kept his eye steadily on the cork- \
1 nish'wall paper for 2.50 up. J. Starr Woodrow, W. H. Clark, W. T. Wheeler this pleasant evening with Miss An- but omitted to mention which cork. the dough; takes just 3

Sternberger. 7-1 L. N. Green, Mrs. B. W. Blount, derson.-Jackson (Tenn.) Daily Sun. ---- ----- o

i Mrs. J. C. Porter, Miss Mary Anderson ------ Mr. C. H. Mathis, of Blackwell, S. minutes to thoroughly mix i' :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livingston
To Miss Sallie
had the sixth daughter born to them Mr. Bob Mathews, Miss Mabel Reception Camp. C., who plants watermelons and and knead with this machine.

Godson, Mr. Clifford Ayer, Dr. Miss Eleanor Cassidy gave a reception cantaloupes most extensively in this

[i Sunday morning.i __ __ I Friday afternoon form 5 to 7 in section, is in this Why don't you try one. .
__ Walter Hood, :Mr.: John Nelson and city, finishing up

l 0. B. House returned Sunday Harry Palmer. honor of Miss Sallie Camp of Ocala, his business here for this season. Make life easier. We sell

who in the her to -- -
was city on
business visit to way
afternoon from a They returned home on the mid
Mr. W. A. Pelot is back from them trial and the Priceis
KIsbimmee. meet her father and mother and sister, on ,
night freight and South Carolina The I
Georgia ,
Miss Lucie at Franklin Va.
-- -- Camp, ,
;, When bilious take Chamberlain's Doctors Said He Would Not Live. Those present were Miss Sallie Camp, melons in said states are very small right, i 'II
Tablets. For sale I
and Liver
Stomach Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes; the Misses Fletcher, Miss Julia Lund, and the crop curtailed on account of
by all druggists. m "After doctoring for two years with the drought. He thinks Florida is
Miss Bessie Miss Neil Broward
-- ------- Seeley, ,
the best physicians in Waynesburg,
the best all-round state.It .
Walter Younge and Byron Layne
and still getting worse, the doctors Miss Lida Clark, Miss May Coachman, '

have gone to Port Inglis! to spend ,, hdvised me that if had any businessto Miss Anna Clark, Miss Elsie Riles, I .
is really refreshing to note the
i some time camping. attend to I had better attend to it Miss Roberta Burbridge, and Messrs. Sold Exclusivelyby-:
{ -'- --I"' "IT'" sublime tranquility in which the two
at once, as I could not possibly live i
\ The last section of the iron front of Caldwell Haynes, Leyden Haynes,
another month as there was no cure i Ocala papers dwell together.-Tampa
the Mclver & McKay building was Frank Dancey, Tom Lund, Claude Nolan Hubbard & Macduff
t for me. Foley's Kidney Cure was T.: "lme. Yes. At the recent ballgar.is

> put into place Saturday. i recommended to me by a friend, andI Marion Dicks, George Weldin the Star editors wore Banner ,

I immediately sent my son to the and Irvine Burdette.-Times Union.
I bai'es: and the Banner editors .
wore .
; -
Prof. Selton of the Sanford
principal 1 .
store for it rnd after taking three -- ----- --

high<< school, was in the city on bottles I began to get better aud con- Old Age AccomplishmentsAllen Star badges.

business Saturday. tinued to improve until I was entirely G. Thurman was 75 years old Miss Claire Wooldridge, of Tampa, $2.50 Value 12 90 Vu i
well." Postoffice Drug Store. m t
when he was nominated with Cleve- who has been an admired guest at the $1.50. $I.5O.
W. F. Hamilton has again struckoil I
Will Move to Savannah. land in 1SS3. Senator Hoar, one of home of Mrs. Clarence Camp for ten
this time at Bartow, and it is I I s
.. said to be the genuine article. Hon. J. G. Reardon and family are the most active members of the sen- I days past, left Monday for Gainesville I "I'ntil They're All Sold

p I getting ready to move to Savannah, ate, is ,S. Another active senator, where she will visit-Miss Lucile \\ e Will ,ell: A Line of I I

Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and sons left I which city they expect to make their Morgan, of Alabama, is SO. Senator Colclough, who also visited Mrs. $2.50LADIES' f

Saturday for Lake Sixteen to spend future home. Pettus is 83. Cato learned Greek at Camp recently.

several weeks with relatives. I Mr. Reardon is one of our oldest SO. Simonides bore the prize of
Mrs. :N. I. Gottlieb and daughter,
and most prominent citizens and lawyers verse after he had passed his 80th !
Messrs L.R. Chazel and C. S.Cullen I I Nellie, who have been spending the OXFORDS AT $1.50 a
who has been identified with year, and Sophocles wrote "Oedipus"when
spent Sunday at Seabreeze with their past six weeks in Savannah, Ga., I
!: the best of Ocala's history for his years numbered more than '
families, who are there for the summer many I with Mrs. Gottlieb's sister, Mrs. An Kletfint Line to St I.ct i"
:; and it is with the greatest fourscore. Where the physical body
years From If You Call
months. Karger, returned home Saturday ]
1 reluctance that she parts with him has not too far decayed the mind
afternoon. Their visit was a very
Miss Ruth Boney gave a water- I- and his family. Mr. Reardon is in should be bright and active at SO. delightful one. W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY

melon party to her little friends Friday ; very poor health and hopes the Ex-Senator Davis \igorous in body --- II

: afternoon and all enjoyed themselves I; change will prove beneficial to him. and his mind is clear and active at Mr. and Mrs. John M. Martin, of __ 1 IU.

e immensely. His sons, John and Irwin, are 110\V 81. He is able to transact a large Valdosta, Ga., are spending a few ""r"f"r"r"r"r"'r'1r"r"r"r""r"'t"1"1j'" " " " ," 'I"I i' !

--- 1 residing in Savannah and they will amount of private business and to days in Ocala and are guests at the
f- )Ir. Woodrow is going to make it
\ make their home together. personally supervise his vast in- Ocala House. Mrs. Martin was STANDARD PIANOS ;
for in Ocala to
possible everybody i Miss Mary Reardon and her little terests. Some men are older at 60 formerly Miss Stella Knight, and has -r .;
own a lot and summer cottage on I i -
\ Lake Weir. II: brother, Edwin, will leave the latter than others are at SO. Nashville many friends in Ocala, who are s- p Is r rcr t&t' ? put ttreriti : 1

I part of this week fortheir new home American (Dem.). always delighted to see her. :: TI fcm ta&tl :! {

) The prettiest and most upto-ilate 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Reardon will follow ---- ere:; 3S2AT: PUSH fft =5 t
r Hue of they piper for ladies' c rrespoudeDCf The Hezekiah Hand, a New Jersey -*
them in a couple of weeks. Independent r Iv' c:" tii' wikh art taliJajtei '
call be bad! at Tydinss & i judge, has adopted a new way of up- L |
The claims that
t'ompiny'saud the'! prictsarmisou- ; Mr. Reardon has, we understand, republican press holding the "dignity of the court." :: ts nr trjifif oIkI&k3 !i.

able, toc,. 4 I I sold his home on North Watula ihe independent press is for Roosevelt = Ksiiihsi. Ti Hid tit MMcli
i ______ A lawyer was appealing from his : I, .;..;.;; J
the democratic that it is for '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens and street to Mr. Edwin W. Dads, of ; press decision; the judge deliberately == Mw... .. r Flag t: 1:-r SruisMta, := J
Parker. We scanned -
baby of High Springs, are the guests this city. an independentpaper descended to the floor, punched the :: .-. Te )h:p t: tell M JH uir :: tS.
the other and this is whatwe -
h t of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I i Worked Night and Day. found day lawyer's head and threw him out. =-= ;:: &!!".:. 7) fl. thk irisrat ..:.:.: i

t G.= Isaac Stevens on South Third street. |i The busiest and mightiest little : And the judge was applauded.The == I IS2AT TSSKS >>!C'
"Roosevelt and Parker are the -
thing that ever was made is. Dr.King's A F.eutra t: us! fet ftftteUU
Mr. 11. A. Faucett and family and 'gold dust twins.' Associated Press dispatchesfrom r i
New Life Pills. These pills 1:;:.
I { Mr. J. G. Spurlin and family, went change weakness into strength, list- The real question at the bottom of St. Louis state that General S ...,.Rr I

r down to Lake Weir Monday afternoon lessness into energy, brain-fag into present day politics is this: Gilchrist, of Florida, treated the -.+.-.-lrr '

to spend a few days camping. mental. power. They're wonderful "What candidate or party can raise national democratic convention to
in building up the health. Only 25c. ii LUDDEN.! CAIPRELL S1ITS. 0.
!t the price of stocks highest." Punta Gorda pineapples. Now, who
Henry B. Dinkins, formerly of this per box. Sold by Tydings & Co. m : i < -

is in and dares to assert that the General will ........... --
city, now working Quincy I' Ocala Cows Create as Much Excite -
Hon. E. L. Wartmann and daughter not be speaker of the next Florida = Fla.
t ia playing some fast baseball with the I ment in South Florida as a Circus. Headquarters, Jacksonville
Quincy Giants, being the pitcher for of Marion county, Fla., are in theI house of representatives, then governor S.- .....

I that team.J. I I I city,the guestsof: Mr. and Mrs. H. ILI I. metto The Park graded Stock cattle Farm from the Pal and afterwards vice-president 1111111111lIIllilllllilllllllll i i i i i i III'111'.!111'!!.IIIINIIIl' '!!''jl'll'ii'jl"l'on '
near Ocala
Fudge, 200 Ashby street. Mr. Wart .
DeSo County News. .
_, T ,
V. Burke and Mrs. Burke, of I I mann is one of the prominent orange arrived Tuesday and have been ,

Jacksonville, with a happy family of growers of the state and is also greatly admired by hundreds of Mrs. Handley and her little grand- S. A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER r

children, are at the Ocean View I member-elect from his: county in the people from all parts of the county, children returned to their homes at S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

t Hotel.-Pablo Beach Items in )Ie- next legislature. Atlanta Journal. but the big crows are expected today- holder Friday afternoon after spend-

. tropolis. Mrs. Wartmann and son, Allison, and tomorrow, the day advertisedfor ing a few days in Ocala, the guestsof

, ; Mrs. E. H. Mote, of Jacksonville are also in Atlanta and they will all their appearance.A Mrs. W. D. Condon. Mrs. Hand-I Livery, Feed and Sale Stables ,

who has been spending some time in leave shortly for a visit to the two year old heifer valued at ley is the mother of Mr. A. E. Hand-

Ocala with her sister, Mrs. William World's Fair at St. Louis. $1,000, but not for sale even at that ley, formerly of this city, and we We carry the most completeline

Hocker, returned home several days price and several bulls, all registered understand that they expect shortlyto of Harness Saddles etc .
The Music and Literary Club met stock, are in the lot and should be come to Ocala to reside.
1 ago. Friday afternoon with Sara Davis. The
in central Florida and will give
seen by every farmer and stock man ,
It is said that President Roosevelt's program was a review of the work of Don't Pull Fodder.
in the county.-Braidentown Journal. the lowest )
hand was seen in the settlement of the preceding month. Arrangementswere our patrons very ,
Turn and twist it as you may

the meat strike. That's all right if literary made scrap for each book member with the to pictureand havea Mr. John W. Pearson returned the fact still remains, as immutableas prices. We 'are thoroughly +

he ;will keep his fingers out of the biography of each poet studied home Saturday afternoon from Mis- the laws of the Medes and Per- equipped for fitting out turpen-

hash about in it souri, where he has been for several sians, that you lose money every
tine and lumber teams
Mr. P. V. Leavengood; went up to The Club will meet next'week with weeks. He visited his family at St. i time you "pull fodder." More i* M1o. t 'r

1Savannah Sunday to 'spend several Minnie Stovall. Jo, whera they are spending the sum- weight in com is lost than is gainedin wagons, etc. '

r days with his wife and son, who ares Mr. W. D. Taylor lest :Monday for I mer, and together they went over to pounds of fodder saved. I\,corn We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers ( -

visiting :Mrs. Leavengood's mother, White Springs to spend a couple of St. Louis and took in the sights of or fodder worth the most pound for Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagon

Mrs. DeVane, in that city. weeks : the great fair. pound-De Funiak Breeze. Xorth Side Court HOUKP. (Ocan) *
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The,Good Time club is giving some

charming affairs and the dull summer FOUGHT BATTLE ;I /
. odd \ months are being greatly enlivened I _
ItoUJtl1i.l Will Extend the Florida East Coast t.ilwayto thereby. it i LJ- .
t lOne Thousand Russians and
!I victim almost to the verge l.J .
; Miss Edith Piatt one of the popu- Eczema drives its '

Key West 500 Japanese Slaiu. of distraction by its intolerable itching. stinging .
lar members of the club, gave a bowl If I( i 'l':
: and burning. It seems to set the skin on '
I ing party Thursday July 21, to the rubs and scratches -'
j' BATTLE LASTED FOR TWO DAYS. and the tormented sufferer I
lute club and a few of her other friends. I I till the flesh is raw and the skin is torn and -i IJ.
An Inlcnle With ice-President Parrott Confirms the Statement That the much < r,
wnl This was the first bowling party that General Kuroki In Severe Fight r bleeds. Nothing applied externally does .
Roadiil Be Built to the_ ,Island City At an Early Day- internal the blood is .
aim has been: given in a long time and it good, for the disease is ; (
Drives Russians From Strongly Fortified
nun Plans are Now Being Perfected by Officials. I}I' aflame with acid poisons, that are forcing their
was very heartily enjoyed. Position-Other Eastern War I and of the skin, causing it to r-: !e ri
, hat From auI.at'k.. the" scheme of to be made blr.. Flagler on the way through the glands pores
the Mr. D
Chaperoning party were News.I and swell and break out in splotches, pustules and pimple trine
sure < building a railroad skirting the east lower coast have been rife for sometime exudes harden and dries and
W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sis- I which a clear, yellow, watery matter
(fICInif. coat.and terminating at Key West but particulars are not obtain- trunk Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson Tokio, July 25.General Kuroki, in then peels off in scales or fine particles like bran. Eczema kindle a

Iifb ha been studied and discussed, and able, though it is evident that the and Mr. and :Mrs. A. II. Marsh. July a severe 19. fight The, place occupied had Kiao-Yang been fortified on I fire that water will not quench, and that lotions, calve, pllWdeU and
and the
volume of data a* to feasibility, (cost East Coast System is contemplating the soap cannot smother. As warm weather comes on system 11
The members of the club presentwere by Russians. who defended it .
ofT the
extra efforts to throw act. umy
etc., have been compiled. Efforts to extensive work on the lower end of stoutly.In reacting and the blood making
:Misses Ford John-
Piatt Emily ,
Eczema attacks
latcd -
1MWt Induce the government on the score the peninsula and at Key West." nie Liddon, Valeta Potter Eulalee the fighting General Kuroki's with poisons redoubled, vio- ECZEMA KEPT 8PBEADIWO.

irks of military necessity, to undertake On the same subject the Miami and Eloyse Izlar and Sara Harris troop drove the Russians from their lence, and the sufferer is al- Six years ago my wife had breaking...t ......
strongly position on the Chi her knees. At first red bumpi appeared. bases
t' \ C the tuenduui enterprise. were un- Evening Record, of the 21st, has this and the following visiting young river which is northwest of Motien most detracted by the tear- white. husky scabs cam, and wbea that .w...M
h'd' of t>.cam r.d araliiu aa4 .w
.ate ', nuect sful because, mainly per- to say: ladies: Misses Mary Piatt, Mary pass, and east of Appling inflicting fill. itching and burning. It Itch and burn ao that she found it i.iMMlM. |.
. upon the enemy more serIous losses is the I mot uncomfortable sleep. At time a yellow water ran trop the
utat of the Immense thatIt
haM, expense "The announcement made inTuesday's Reardon and Claire Wooldridge. and of all skin bumps,and it kept gettingworse aDd WO '. O.r
than they sustained themselves. The aggravating
it Eeuma sat
: would Involve. Within family pbJaiciaD proDounced preyrntntinns
fftt! a (compara-;I i Evening Record of the imme- The gentlemen bowling were Messrs. and a terror in Bribed ointment and powdiri_ ; b>>.,1 i.t tM

tl ely recent period 1' rumors have mediate extension of the F. E. C- John Taylor, W. H. Powers Neil warm weather prcaainf, DreaKiBf out on her roar- aM a!..,
and almost closed np her ars. Tb. dr IM at
.tabatkai been rife, that It was Mr. Flayer's Railroad to Key West was confirmed Weathers, Stephen Jewett, W. D. Local remedies give tern- Garner told m* to try 8. S. 8.,which she did sad
but Eczema after taking 'T"i. t1" was .ttr... **< I.
, jmqnr to extend the East Coast sys- yesterday by J. R. Parrott, vice- Taylor J. Mathews:", G. H. Ford, porary ease, as well today aDd hu ban for y.ura.

lurk ternu KeyV>!!t, but until very president and general manager of E. T. Helvenston and Sandford is but not to due a disordered to outside causes condi-, darner< N. c. w. A. MWTT

ft'On I lately, *urmi?>e was the only basis of I the road who it is stated, said the Jewett. tion of the system and an over-acid and impure blood, the treatment

;ent kuch prognostications. I jRecently work on the extension would be com- On account of the large number must be constitutional, or internal. Purify the blood and the km

out however the air has: i I menced within a very short time and was disease will disappear. No better blood remedy can be found this
I bowling only one played,
the and acid blood rids it of all -
S. S. S. It builds up sour imptirititt
1 been
111 burdened decidedly !
\\ rumor
pushed to an early
1 1 J I completion. Mr. Dads and Mr. Sistrunk choos- and poison stimulates the tluggufe or

fivetort more concrete than those heretofore I I j "It is probable that three years of ing the tides. The prizes a hand- Bans, and invigorates and tones up tit

prevalent and now, they have attained time will be consumed in finishing some hand painted sharing cup done entire system ; and as all skin erupdoftt it

lout substantial verity in the following i'I like Eczema are only or sigtfl.f
the enterprise, which is one of the in violets and gold, and a lovely set symptoms
'enn of the Miami 3Ie- bad blood they naturally disappear whea
statement I,greatest and most unique undertakings decorated
of shirt waist buttons, BRITISH STEAMER MALACCA. that vital fluid is again restored to bl&

tea &roIIOU_ of July 21>t: I I I that were ever commenced inthis in gold and pink rose buds were S. S. S. is
j I fight began on the IS, and ended on guaranteed strictly vege
i'I "It In reliably stated that Mr. J. !:; country. the 19.The. table. It is blood bat tonic and
R.j won by Dr. Powers and Miss Harris. not only a purifier, a splendid appetite,

Parrutt. fii>t vice-president of the j I "The route of the new road will The prizes were painted by the talent- Japanese lost 424 men In killed making it an ideal spring medicine. Treat Eczema through the bleed,

.:. C. railway, who was in the city'yeterday : require the most extensive series of ed hostess and were extremely love- and wounded. The Russians losses or you will never get permanently rid of it. Write for our book on tfce
I are estimated at 1000. Skin and its Diseases, which is mailed free Medical advice furnished
announced positively that trestle works, as it will cross from ly.
General Kuroki began his advance without cost to
Del It U the intention of the railroad i key to key and island to island An admired guest of the eveningwas early in the morning of the 18th. He you. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, CA i

11'ew company to extend the road to a point !;I traversing long stretches of water Mrs. Camp's attractive guest, uncovered and followed the enemy all -. I

lower on the coast to West along the Chi river. The two battalions
Key until Key West is reached. Miss Wooldridge of Tampa.
I. with eight turned and =
where the company is acquiring valuable -j i "Undoubtedly the developments After the game sherbert and cake Attacked the Japanese guns advance guard MISSING WORD CONTEST. i

real estate and where a large all along the road will give rise to was served at the alley and in every rigorously. l

NeNe hotel will be built. i i new towns of varying size and will way Miss Piatt's party was delightful 101Tropical PRIZES I Offered For :

"The extension of the road to Key open up large tracts of vegetable and the only regret being the absence PRINZ HEINRICH INCIDENT.
I The Correct Solution
Cu Weft will be an immense undertakingbut fruit country. of a number of the members of the\ Russia Assures Germany Same Will

RhDc it Iii feasible and possible. The 'II "It is understood that one or more club. Not Be Repeated.St. : l

idea I* to follow" the keys laying the new hotels of the Flagler s'stem11 Manufacturing Co. manufacturers
Indigestion.With Petersburg, July 23.-1:30 p. m. ,
road and building trestle work be erected; one at least at. Key West
its companions heart burn, The Russian government has given of the great health drink METTO will
Aero** the various channels and cuts where a beautiful site has been se- formal ,
M flatulence, torpidity,of the liver constipation assurances to Germany that
i: between them. In this manner it is cured. palpitation of the heart, there will be no repetition of the pay all prizes. The contest open to aIL

11r propo ed to reach the Island City "All this immense work will requirea poor blood headache and other nervous Prinz Heinrich Incident It's free to You.
Whether this
the last key being but half a mile vast amount of labor and the expenditure symptoms sallow skin, foul includes a definite notification
that the converted
from the island."Rumors of tongue, offensive breath and a legionof volunteer
I large sums of
money steamers now in the Red sea'' will ceasa
other ailments ts at once the most FIRST PRIZE.The
of this extension of the within the next three or four years." stopping neutral vessels is not yet .
widespread and destructive malady
road and various other improvements Palm Beach News.Stockholders'. clear. although it is believed it does.
tic the American first one serjding i/ correct
among people. The The German embassy to this hon ) the answer we will give a
net Herbine treatment will cure all these ---- ---- beautiful life size if
has received no instructions from Germany picture ) gilt frame entitled "purity/
;I IN Ibe troubles. 50c. bottle. Sold
1 Get busy! by Antimonopoly regarding the
lE __ Meeting Drug Store. m reported seizure This picture U symbolical of Me'to the Krcai' health drink vblrfti ........
I The Stockholders or the Bank of of the German steamer Scandia in the all aud contains no dope or harmful druir...
Try again! Red sea, and in view of the assurance To the next 5. .t'k.

0> Dunnellon held their first meeting A Big Compliment for an Ocala Hustler. given to the German government can "h ** 5 . . . .........J quart Mrtte.ae'..
t Keep on trying! u.. 4t 20 . . ,
Wednesday night. Attorney R. Among the prominent Florida peo- scarcely credit the report. It is pointed I. 1 2 plot M tfah..
70 . .
.1 M .io ticket r*.t.IiV .
A. Burford, of Ocala, met with them. ple registered at the Brown House Sat- out however that the Scandia may
Tact Is the art of doing things with- have been
captured by the st.
The charter turday was David L. Woodrow
IdM out appearing to do them. having been granted of before the orders of the Russian ..................You

\ some time ago there was nothing to Ocala an extensive dealer in phos- government was received. people ........Know a Goinl.........Wheu Tbfjr-_.........It Alt .. .
F We t Virginia hasjtwo {vice-presi- do except to for stock phate lands. Great Britain formally raised the

A f dential nominees. and to make pay outLthe necessary subscribed affidavits Mr. Woodrow was enroute to Worth- question of war status of St. Petersburg User of, . .......In. . .Good............!Suoinm...... ........
11 : July 20 and was formally assured -
of the officers and directors ington Springs, where he will enjoy Cut out this till i
Thom of us who like our meatrare to that orders had been issued to prevent in the blank ont coupon the whole a! Name......................... . .. .. .. i
be presented to the state exhilarating baths for a few days. the Red space, -
comptroller sea cruisers from
seizing .
I will any.more make
11h get it that way evidently.It 1 to an appropriate seutentence .
who will then authorize the bank to He is not only an expert in phosphate British ships. advertising iletto : P.O......... ....... . . .

i* not yet announced that the open for business. AH these preliminaries lands, but a leading spirit and very end mail to the :I

f butcher strike has affected the Ten- were attended to. valuable acquisition to Ocala and Hold Pass. Jacksonville.TropicaIMfg.Co.l'lUnt Florida. ) ... . .8b. ...............

t t Sin Sin Near :Mukden, Manchuria, I .
derloin.. The necessary authority from the Marion county. Born in Scotland, he I I
1 ,. July 25.According to reports from Remember the first 101 correct
au'Wrr rtelvd
Climate is something else even in.. state comptroller doubtless be came to this country fifteen years Chinese sources Sigow pass 10 mile your answers at once to the. Ct tae prt.... red tr

Florida in very hot or very" cold received in time so that the bank ago and settled in Ocala. He has northwest of Saimatsza is held by

I will been long indenified Floridaan more than 5.000 Japanese infantry and TROPICAL MIKUf COMP
weather. i I open Monday.. If all our bus so with ( ACTING NY.
artillery. It is believed that this cols
iness men and citizens its interests that he
It is easy for an orator to make a generally will limn has engaged the Russian force 14 W. (tdons St.
give their declares that he is' ) Jatlponvlllc: FIG
speech but it is something else for a :support: to this instution itI I a proceeding from Saimatsza westward.

ill not only be a successful venture, I Cracker and proposes to remain here The Japanese are moving up their -
speech to make an orator. --- -
but will also prove a potent the balance of his life. He is quite .reserves to reinforce the Sigow pass
agencytowards column which is expected to push ee__
Judge Parker believes in keeping the further growth and development popular among his friends "in the s.
forward upon the arrival of the rein
outwardly clean also. He takes a I I of this town and entire Brick City.-Gainesville: Sun. forcements. I
II 011 Goods Delivered
free. Write fer
-- List
dip in the Hudson every morning. section. -- Heavy canonading was heard July :
r Hon. and Mrs. C.1.. Brown, of 1 IS.
A full list of the officers and directors
The vice-presidential candidate Ocala who have been the guests at Reports to the effect that 20,000 Japanese SS .
will be given next
week. 1
wys he feels like a kid. It will be -Dunn The Everglade for the past few days have appeared at Huaiyenship, .

unfortunate if he acts like one. ellon. will return home on this morning'strain. 40 miles to the southeast, are believedto .
be inventions spread by the Japaaese
Rubbing It In. Mr. Brown was in Miami fora with the aid of the Chinese. s .

Speaking of Parker's home. Is it Captain Carlos L. Lanela a Spaish few days in 1595 just as the work of aRL .

Rosemount, Rosemound orjRosemont: ? LIGHTNING I
cutting out the streets and
army officer stationed in Seville,.now laying off .
The latter
rhymes better with Bel-
: mont. ,visiting here says of his native land: the town was begun and is amazedat Strikes the Gordon Residence Three lv 1 l R :

"With the improvement that has been I s1
no in Cuba and in the Times in Succession. nr
A New York police magistrate has made since then. .
During their .
Phillippines to distract it, the nation pres- Covington Ga.. July 25.-The little
upheld Sunday baseball. The home looks ent visit to the city Mr. and Mrs. .
to a long period of town of Gordon on the Central railroad
team must have won the game.-At- Brown have met between Covington and Macon -
peace, which means prosperity. In many friends and cam 1

lanta Journal. fact the future of Spain has under the care of Col. R. H. Seymour near being destroyed By> tire caused .
neverbeen by a storm of lightning which struck
The pleasantest things in the world so satisfactory in recent times." I they have seen much of Miami and the store of J. W. Jones.A .

pleasant thoughts and the greatest the surrounding country. It is hoped few minutes later the residence e

And Still the War is Not that Mr. Brown of 0. W.
pleasure in life is to have as manyof Over. has been so favorably Home Central railroad .

them as possible. Eli Perkens, from Euclid hall, No. impressed with Miami that he agent, was struck by lightning three I .
times in
rapid succession. Bert Horn
2t5 Broadway, under date of July will decide to make it his future was severely shocked. ,. .

Cottage cheese is the best in the 17, writes as follows in the Sew York home.-Miami News. .

world. rp-to-date dairymen would Evening Telegram: "Every Northern Mr. and :Mrs. Brown returned home CHINESE ON WARPATH. : : Sl

find it profitable. It would beat all soldier shot to save this republicwas Friday afternoon. .-

other breakfast relishes.Thert'sDptateryColic shot by southern free trade democrats French Bishop Killed and Three Chapels .

Hitting at Senator Brown.C. Burned.
and thegreat north will not SS
too. Shanghai July 25.-A report corned Old Forrett C 1m .OO. Old
Aid Cramps:bat this remember do surrender by her vote what "she refused -M. Brown an earstwhile candi- from Ichang to the effect that a rumor Corn !..&.. "Bu en Rye .1.00.Milierfyell.5o.. )Ieutat. faller I
App aDd
Th Jttffh encmie aU babes must m t.nun'HINA" date for $0') to t.Ol. lkaadl.s
will them all defeat. to surrender with the bayonet! governor is out in a letter is current there that the French Iientu-ky Pride $3.:. &WfDt 4 I nt }1.ir .

"TEETHIXA" overcomes and This is not politics-it is religion!" denouncing the primary. It is not bishop, a priest and two converts Send 1'08toftlee or EXJIIt'N }IODt1 Omen. ;

to be expected that :Mr. Brown have been killed another prist taken I
counteracts the effects of the stun Judge Parker has approves prisoner and tree chapels burned at
already made
a any system by which his fu- BOWEN &
ner's heat, aids. digestion, regulatesthe hit with that portion of the electorate ture political ambitions Sichuan near Singanfu. I i COMPANY.
boW c must be submitted Two hundred soldiers have been des
5'Lf.Cl':makes teething which washes itself
easy. in the
"crick.- to the scrutiny of the people. patched from Ichang for the scene oi 140 E. I
Costs: only 25- ents. Cincinnati Enquirer (Dem.), Miami Record. the outrage. I. BAYI8T.. JACK81\ \'ILLE. 1'1.\

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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. John R. Martin & Co., Make a Purchase A POOR JOKE. BELLEVIEW. ................. .MN...................... ......... '

)Ir. and Mrs. Connor Smoak are John R. Martin & Co., are doing Tampa: Tribun's Oil Dream About Bar Local Happenings in the "City of !I AN EXCEPTION I"A f j

viMting at Lake Weir. such a prosperous business that they tow Caused Surprise and Some Oaks." t
prophet is not without honor, save in his own *
have been forced to adopt the policyof Indignation. The Rev. Mr. Sullivan and wife are
I / .Mr. C. Y. Miller, of Leroy, was J country" is a proverb that does not always apply. For J
have Tribune now pleasantly settled in the new
"expansion. They grown Bartow readers of the Tampa
i visiting in Ocala'Wednesday. J instance about boo people in iliis country do business with J
entirely too large for their present Sunday were surprised to find parsonage, which has been thoroughly -

I! lion Jno. 0. Reardon and Hon. R. quarters so have consummated the on the first page of that paper in renovated and cleaned. j MUNROE & CHAMBUSS BANKERS \

' Anderson have returned from a purchase of the property adjoiningthem. startling type, the heading: "Real The monthly meeting of the [Belle- '

; profet.hional visit to- Tallahassee. They have purchased the lot Oil Flows From City Well at Bartow." view lodge was held Saturday even- OCALA, FLORIDA |

i I I Mrs. W. V. Newsom and children west of their stables on Magnolia and Beneath this astonisher was a fake ing. As the new lodge rooms were .........N............N+..4......4................

First South street and also the lot story of about half a column, relat- not completed the meeting was held
! are viUing Dr. Xewsom's daughter, -
north of them on which stands the ing how a stream of oil was pouring in the Whittier building. '
! Mrs. Nathan Mayo at Summerfield. SHIPMENTS OF PHOSTHATES. Negro Girl Arrested,
brick building now used as a millinery from the city well in a manner that Lumber is on the ground and work
! j Some time ago Mi,s Marguerite
later!! Sam Barco left Sunday for store and now own the entire would make Bartow another Beau- will soon begin on the addition to
f Comparative Statement for the First Martinet had the misfortune Ui havea
! Miami to be the guest of his sister, half of the block. mont. Judge Hopkins' pretty home on Dan-
I Six Months in 1903 and 1904. valuable gold bracelet and #m l
, Mm. J. M. Jackson for a few weeks. Messrs. Martin & Co., intend mak- Another description was then givenof bury avenue.
t The startling announcement by the rings stolen from her room. 8w WM
I ing extensive improvements, tearing Bartow citizens becoming delirious Mrs. Alvan Lucius, after an illnessof
Dr. B. F. Camp, of White Springs, phosphate-carrying roads of their unable to find the thief all wa of
I down some buildings and erecting with oil fever and the large pool of ten days, is again able to attendto
brother of Col. W. N. Camp, of this voluntary reduction in phosphaterates course greatly tiistrtu.et! vc Iwr
I others and will put themselves in a oil that gathered about the well and her postoffice duties.
! city, was a visitor to Ocala on Wed- was the most exciting, but loss.
I position to do a big business this fall flowed off into the street. :Mr. Frank Pelot has been on the I
nesday. welcome news that has come to Yesterday morning a iwgfa' girt
and winter. On one point the Tribune is abso- sicklist this w ek.
Florida hardrock miners in a long came into the Martinet bakery. On
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert This firm has been doing a hand- iutely correct-a well is being bored A span of horses belonging to Mr.
time. The rate, as we understand it, her arm she wore a bracelet, which
I Birdsey at Forsyth, Ga., has recently some business all summer and have to supply the city water works. David Stanley, became frightenedwhile
I is about 50 cents net per ton less f. o. Mrs. Martinet immediately .
been gladdened by the arrival of a about fifty livery animals constantlyon On Saturday afternoon, in the Water standing at Hall & Thagard'ssaw (
I b. vessels at port. Whether affects ed as the one belonging to)**. tUttgfc-
t tiny daughter. the go. being bailed from the well, a mill and ran almost to the old
the pebble districts we are unable to ter. She took the name fnmi Uw
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substance found and Huggins place before stopping. The t
was some
i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis af Jul- Nerve Tensions.A greasy ascertain, but have our doubts aboutit girl and sent for a pulleeman M.l tad
J discussion ensued as to its nature. A wagon and harness were completely 1
if tte, were pleasant visitors to Ocala foe to health is nerve tension, nevertheless it is a considerablerelief her arrested.It 1
citizen of Bartow related this incident demolished.The .
Wednesday and were guests at the sometimes due to hurry and worry, to the hardrock miners who is hoped that her arret wfH taul 1
over the telephone, to the Tri- busy times, which for the past
Montezuma Hotel. but nine times out of ten due to poor have always been burdened wilh an to the recovery of the<< hI*t ef tim f
I bune, and the result was the coal-oil six weeks have prevailed at the station -
indigestion, a bad stomach, a torpid inland stolen jewelry.
exceedingly heavy freight.
! Mr.t'. D. Graham, of this city, liver or constipation. These condi dream that appeared in that paper are at an end for this season, t
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The rates went into effect J
on July
route agent for the Southern Express tions all react on the mind and will the following morning.If there being only a few shipments of 1

Company, left Tuesday for a business keep your nerves on edge if you do it was intended as a joke at the pears yet to come. The melon growers 14th.On I
not remove them by using Green's July 1st the announcement was
visit Savannah.Rev. .
to expense of Bartow it was ill-appre did not come out as well this
-- August Flower. There is no better made of the leasing of the vast !
stomach medicine in the world than ciated and its publication made no season as they expected owing to
Sam Pittman, of Nashville, interests of the Camp Phosphate Co., LUMBER !
August Flower, and no surer cure for friends for the Tribune in this vicin- the long drought and the small size
Tenn., an old Ocala boy is here on a to Messrs. Clarence and Jack Camp,
indigestion or dyspepsia. Trial bot- of the melons. The first car shipped I
few day's visit to his parents, Rev. ity.The sons of Mr. W. N. Camp. the princi-
sale at
tle 25c. bottle 75. For
1 Big well is now between 550 and from here by Messrs. Ridge & Nelson L
I and Mrs. J A. Pittman. Anti-monopolo Drug Store. 1 pal owner of the stock in that con- IUU'( II BAli fnn..sln
_, n,_ ___ 600 feet in depth, and Mr. Hamilton, brought a good price, the size and
cern. The lease which took effecton :
the contractor, is of the opinion that quality of the melons being good,
Mr. Rich S.llall left for
The Ocala reading club enjoyed a
that date affects one of the large t
the rock through which he is now but subsequent cars failed to bring 1 1B.
N. C. where he will
j Waynesville, very pleasant meeting with Miss est hardrock companies in the state, Dry Siding, Flooring and 1otIhoc+ ,
drilling possesses no properties of th results anticipated. Everyone
join his family and spend| several
Esther Weathers Wednesday and in point of acreage the biggest.The .
oil bearing, though indications of looks forward with brighter hopesfor
week in the mountains.
Current events were discussed company owns and operatessome H. Seymour
good water are apparent.-Bartow next year. ,
a paper on "Modern GermanArt JosH.Chamberlain's of the best deposits, and at
Hon. Otis T. Green of Ocala, one of CourierInformant.Notice.. Ocala, Fla.
," prepared, by Miss Wartmann Colic, Cholera and.Dia- present has seven plants in operation,
in the
the most prominent lawyers
was read by Miss Gamsby and Miss rrhoea Remedy. and contemplate the erection of sev- g
Mate, !III at the capital, on legal busi- Jerry Burnett
Weathers read an article on the eral others
This remedy is certain to be neededin soon.
old relics freaksof
ness.-Tallahassee Capital. Any one having 1
"Unifying of Germany" from the almost every home before the sum- Below is a comparative statementof
--- -- nature, heirlooms, Indian relics, Merchant
Bay View magazine, both of which mer is over. It can always be depended i
the of for the
h 9 Mr. 11.11'. )McDonald of Jacksonville old implements of war of any kind, upon even in the most severe I r shipments phosphate i
were very interesting. Next week first six months of this and last !
; formerly of this city, is in town curious fish, birds, sea shells, bird and dangerous of cases. It is:: espec- : year
the club meets with Miss Gamsby.Miss Tailoring.Ocala
and in the guest of his wife's parents'Mr. eggs, rare plants, old books, manu- ially valuable for summer disorders year: .

f and Mrs. W. D. Condon. :Mary Reardon left last nightfor script, fancy work, bits of native in children. It is pleasant to take FLORIDA HARDROCK.
and never fails to give prompt relief. 1903 1904 Decrease Florida._
Savannah, Ga., to make that wood, grain, fruits, bones of rare ani-
f David S. Woodrow left Wednesday Why not buy it now? It may save Savannah .79,073 69,178 9,695 Finest import! and
city her home in the future. Miss mals, etc., etc. Bring or send themto life. For sale by all druggists Brunswick. .
for the Continental hotel at Atlantic .26,131 14,487 11,644 Domestic Cloth. .
Reardon is one of our lovliest and Dr. G. N. Davis, Crystal River, m'l

I Beach, where he goes to see his most attractive young ladies and it is Fla., at once. He wishes a-car lot of At the Boston Store. Fernandina. .56,750 45,157 8,593 Cutting o Specialty

friend, Mr. Ed. Holder, on business. I such to carry to the World's Fair at have Port Inglis. .39,419 66,25226,838 Fit Juarantettl.
The Boston Store people
with that
greatest regrets
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St. Louis, Sept. 10, 1904. 6d Imw Tampa' 26.555 41,677 15,12Total..227,9227
1" Mr. Hugh Sparkman, an attache of her up to Savannah. Mr. and Mrs. adopted the plan of mid-summer -

the Star, left Wednesday for Zolfo, Reardon and Edwin Reardon will not Mrs. C. McGrath, left yesterdayfor clearance sales and find the same exceedingly : 239,75111,823

Manatee county, to take charge of go until later. St. Louis, where she will spend popular with their custo- Increase.

the Advertiser, which paper he recently --- several months with her sister, who mers. FLORIDA LAND PEBBLE-SHIPPED FROM
Mrs. Harry Wright and daughter,
purchased. resides in that city. Mrs. :McGrath's For instance, beginning with next TAMPA.
been with Mrs.
Lois who have
Ocala friends wish her a pleasant Saturday, they will sell about 500 For 1903-Foreign, 68,991,domestic,

Little Miss Annie Eagleton, the Wright's father, Gen. Robert Bul- sojourn.Mrs. remnants of dress and dry goods, also 73,240 total, 142,231.

oldest daughter of Mr. Horace Eagle- lock since the death of Mrs. Bullock 50 dozen pairs lace and clock work For 1904-Foreign, 122,446; domestic -

of leave today for White Springs to C. E. Herrick and little -
ton entertained quite a daughter hose that were sold at 25c. now goingat 74,917; total 200,363; increase

her frif'ndat a happy party Tues- spend several weeks with Mr. and of Crystal River, and their 15c. They are also offering standard 58,132. NATIONAL SURGICAL UtUth4 INSTITUTE..
AtUtU. 0a. K 1ST*
day afternoon. The little hostess was _:\lrs. Burton Bullock. Gen. Bullock charming guest, Miss Mary Kirk, of makes of shoes at greatly reduced Foreign increase, 56,455: domebtic Tr* uClob F*.t, DteMMt of Ifs >|rtMRi .
Joint, P.r ljfU, PIK*. fWaU, haute ft4priTiu
eight years old that day will accompany them. Brooksville,spent a very pleasant dayin prices. increase, 1,671.FLORIDA dlMMec. OtrtU, kfctuaiftti**. I'rUtrf
trR.a.. t4. aead for tna.u.b4 WNar
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Ocala was well represented at the Some of the ablest jurists of the Ocala yesterday.Miss The Boston Store people have PEACE RIVER PEBBLE. -

.. amend- adopted this plan to prevent their Shipped through Punta Gorda: For
capital Tuesday by a group of distinguished country are again agitating an Lollie Baisden, a very attrac-
goods from becoming shop worn, and 1903-29,915; for 1904,29,495: decrease
gentlamen, lion. R. L. ment to the constitution forbiddingthe tive young lady of Live Oak, arrivedin

and 0. T. president a second term. So far to make room for their fall goods also 520.
Anderson, J. G. Reardon Ocala last night and will be the
to make it absolutely impossible to TENNESSEE EXPORT PHOSPHATE.
Green, forming a brilliant triumvirate as the present incumbent is concerned guest of Mrs. G. S. Scott for several
find anything on their shelves but Shipped through Pensacola: For 1
court. no amendment is The
In attendance on the supreme necessary. weeks.
fresh goods. 1903-51,958j for 1094, 59,827 increase
Tallahassee Capital. American people will attend to his

case on the eighth of November. Mrs. M. J. Terrel, who has been For further particulars see their 1,9S9.-American Fertilizer. .

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Moyers, Atlanta Journal. visiting her sister, Mrs. C. P. :Mc large advertisement printed in Week- Mr. R. A. Burford went up to Jack

Grath in this city for some time, returned -
of Gainesville, --- Banner.
citizens ly
prominent sonville yesterday on legal business.He .
this week in Ocala, and Miss Ellie Tydings, who has been a to her home in Tampa yes-
be absent several
are pending besaail Players and Foot Race rs! will days.

of their daughter, :Mrs. missionary Mexico: for a numberof terday.Mr. _
are the guests Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long -
Mr. Turner Burke has gone to Jack-
Turner Brewer on Dougherty street. years is expected to arrive in Harry Leavengood, of this distance foot racer of Germany and
sohville and Pablo Beach for few
Later they will go on a visit to their Ocala today and she will be the city, is spending the carnival weekat Holland, writes, Oct. 27th, 1901: a fiOL''m

of her brother Mr.- C. R. "During my training of eight weeks' days' outing. Cuff PI" '- f Reu..a3*
and :Mrs. guest Ty
hon and daughter, :Mr. :Miami. He is a guest at the San ,
foot races at Salt Lake City, in April ---
.. Dunnellon. dings. :Miss Ty dings is at present residing -
of Carlos Hotel.H. .
Godfrey :Moyers, last, I used Ballard's Snow Linimentto I
in Durago, Mexico. satisfaction. There- HY ROBINSON, President I ;M &UCO, MtMftr
visit of six
After a very pleasant Clark Hunt, who has been quiteill fore, I highly recomend Snow lini-

weeks to her grandparents, Mr. and "Experience is better than guess at the Trenholmn residence for the ment to all who are troubled with Commercial Bank of Ocala

1\IN. J. D. Redding, living on Exposition work, and facts are better argumentsthan past week is improving.acksonille I sprains, bruises or rheumatism."

street, little Miss Gertrude theories." Have your plumb Metropolis.Mr. 25c, 50c, fl.OO bottle. Sold by Anti- :SSAiJSE OF COHHZBCIiL: BJ&Z CF JAKSCSTttlX.CO .

Redding Snelson will return to her ing done by the Florida Plumbing onopoly Drug Store. m .'" .j.T. ', '," ,. ...... ; ....... ""' .. en
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home in Tampa, Saturday where her Company, who have only experienced Sidney Hiller returned home --".;.>" "" .. -. ... .." ...-
Mrs. J. B. Cutler left yesterday for >.*>-'. '1 ""- t, 'T .a
Miss Snelson enjoyedher workmen.Mrs. yesterday from Atlantic Beach, ; r ;;; _
reside. ,, ',
parents :i' m
Hendersonville, N. C., to spend a few ', '
where he his mother ,. -
Ocalaand .
visit and Is in love d.Y
: S. T. Sistrunk and children weeks at that popular resort. N
and sister on Tuesday.The .
visits here. t,
will make frequent and Miss Annie Atkinson left yester- C, bV C
The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. _o C C, c.
Brinson,one of Oxrord's terday for Asheville, N. C., where preliminary trial of Allen Love ,s
Walter = ; .0dc
Mr. Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat c::

most prominent truckers and farmers, they expect to spend the rest of the for the killing of William Ruth before surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday CJ- c.en a C3..
(:) .
of Justice Waid was continued until Montezuma: hotel. CO -
and Miss Orrie Hall, Orange summer. August 10
this morning at 9 o'clock. E W ca.:
Spring, who has been one of Marion Mr. Troy Hall came up yesterdayfrom I COCD cL.: ; eC'Q
For the next 30 days. Wall paperat

county's popular teachers for several his father's still near Tampa, Sam Mathews returned home yes- half regular. price. J. Starr 1_

li year, were united in marriage Wednesday of which he is the manager, and terday from a visit to friends on Sternberger. 7-1 _4, z'

at the home of the bride. will spend several days at home. Lake Weir. 4 :cI.,
1. at A foolish woman is one who puts a -
Mr. and Mrs. Brinson are now '"

home to their friends at Oxford. The Mrs. F. H.Pashley and little daughter August 31 has been named by Ad- epecial delivery stamp on a letter and iR

of Cornell the in General Foster for then gives it to her husband to mail.
spent day jutant holding
I it Ocala Banner extends best wishes to ; Does a General Banking IiaalntiAccounts

Ocala yesterday. the annual state encampment. -chicago News. Solicited ._
If. him and his bride. J .

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?. 7. LUTe:.==!,,Ssiess b6er. Synopsis of Some Close Figuring by a Paper The democratic party Highly Extolled. local I i nu9ia A WORDM**Morw i4.*r.**.40HOUTHO CAl:"'a.Mfo TNf
live and It
Igel -. progressive party. The bright and accomplished THAT Calla f0M rTlHf ,,.,

Whose With Por not grow cobwebs and editor of the Tallahassee Capitol in I .
Sympathies are er. SCOTT'S EMULSION
should abreast 26th
of the
a keep that of July
the issue of paper
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TMralt1A vNfNSnN
M The Washington correspondent of ed by New York. In 1902 it; ave 16,'" be in position to meet every cites Ocala as ah example of push, "au.eu-I...""' ..' .0 alfLfaaNIor fro
the New York Evening Post has been 000 for the republican candidate for tion coming up for settlement.In pluck and enterprise, and pays our CHILD. S M.(of f rt umpic.

figuring on election possibilities. He governor, and it will require quite an the last issue of the I city the following high compliment: SCOTT &: Pow

recognizes the fact that what is overturning of sentiment in that stateto Mr. Bryan devotes two pages to Take Ocala for example, a town of 409.41 Pwi 5aC.wiiAOi SIred an dN"'i.

Ile ; known as the "Parker telegram" has give it to the democrats. The cor- he calls the "forward \' about six thonsand inhabitants.No ...

'are i shifted the battleground toward the respondent of the Post makes an effort democracy." place in the state has had to -- --
Union's St. Louts
The Times Prftif.
f. U east, and making New York a doubtful therefore, to figure out the nec- One of the "forward combat with more blighting calami
It is in the selection of I The Jacksonville Tinu-tt-t'iiK-H'. Nt.
I state has strengthened the hopesof essary number of votes withoutIn- ties than Ocala. Situated in the
will Mart fur th. .
( Louis party 'alrai.tion
1e MOTTO: THE BAKNEI., BELIEVING the democrats. He thinks that diana or Connecticut, as follows: upon this point! he maks the midst of the orrnge region, the freeze
on the nijjjjl of August the
s THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO West Virginia, torn by republican Group number five-New Jersey 12, ing observations: that came, a disaster to the entire

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS and honored the "I suggest, not for the blow to Ocalafor tenth.
dissentions, by nom- Delaware 3, California 10, Colorado state, was a crushing
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES The parts will ftttufet "f the *f
c I ination of Mr. Davis for vice president 4, Nevada 3, Montana 3; total, 36 I insisting upon it, but merely to it swept away the chief industriesof
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE I lady commWowrvMamie )Il4e
d is at least doubtful, and, from The Post correspondent concedes the matter to public attention, that section. young
Randal, of MftdiMw, MIM Ley
be to
TUB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE his standpoint, democratic. The race that California is by no means probable may founddesirable: The Cuban cigar makers at Marti
method of Bird, of MoRtkwNo alias LiiUea
BOTTOM. question is also expected to cut some because of the canal proposition : City, a suburb, next became dissatis-
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I - figure in West Virginia, while in Ma- and the interest of the people of California j j i 1s postmasters. fied, and "foldedtheir tents like the.I

FRIDAY, JULY, 29, 1904. ryland it will be a matter of so much in oriental trade, particularly t j I,I present they Arabs and as silently stole away," I sonville, Miss Agw Mof nt. i M St.
and Maws fin H
Petersburg rrfe, of
I.b importance as to make that state the Philippines. Colorado has been I i I pointed by the leaving an absolutely deserted village
J and }(....
Ocala. Mr. teurgv W.
Texas finds fig culture profitable. democratic. dent upon the had population of
probably regarded as safely republican until which had before a
Wilson and several of Uwir trktk..
With the thirteen solid southern some doubt arose because of the mendation of about fifteen hundred, and meant
Ex-Senator Davis was such an un- ? about sixteen in ...... entire .....,-
r states to start with, casting 151 elec- reign of lawlessness ,in the mining gressmen. The yearly hundreds of thousands of dollars -
us{>ect houses did not have his pic-
the Tfc
will on trip. party will
toral votes, and Maryland and West districts. Just how that is going to'! office department is now a to Ocala. After this the two go

t ure.A Virginia added to them, Parker will affect the result cannot yet be intel- j I political machine presided over banks failed and Ocala was considered go in a pri'atear ovc the lain
graduated income tax is the fair- railway via Columbia, .IskeriMe,
t have 166 of the 476 members of the ligently calculated. The republican I man skilled in political "as dead as a herring."
est of all taxes and the least hurtful Knoxville, Lexington... Luotartlfe.
electoral college. Of the total elec- majority in 1902- on the state ticket, I II and the wishes of the people But with courage and pluck, that is
of any. : A day will be jnt IN LexiNgton a.*
toral vote, 239 will be necessary to was 7,000. The three-vote states of { various communities are almost without parallel, her citizensset

Among the carnival attractions at elect. If the democrats were to get i I Montana, Nevada, Idaho and Utah, i ignored. Why should a to work to rehabilitate her credit drives will be taken Uwagfe UM

a r Miami Tuesday was a colored female 233, that would leave the same num- all republican except Nevada, are I ministration ignore the wishes and standing and today there is not famous blue gra iMMrtry.. bttaf
entertained by t** pttaltM i uf UNI
( baseball game. ber to the republicans and throw the counted in this group. They may j! people whom the postmaster in Florida an inland city more pros-

r. It is thought a cure for leprosy has election into the house, where the but it is hardly probable that they will j pected to serve? If a system perous or progressive than Ocala. city.

been discovered and experiments are republican majority would settle it in forsake Ephraim and flock to the i devised whereby the federal But this condition has not come The part1111't11tM1a to ft. Lunfc

being made In India. Mr. Roosevelt's favor.It Parker standard. I ment will still retain the about by chance, but from the united I for several weeks and ttoy MW Wigs-
l the biggest k4wt erf a .....
will be necessary, therefore, for Some democrats are sanguine to appointment and the power and untiring efforts of her citizens, ipating

II. J. Tilford, of Kentucky, says moval and yet be restricted I They expect to see emytfciaff a* DM
lr' the democrats to get seventythreemore include Illinois among the possibilities. .I and what one town has done others

that dog fennel and whiskey are votes than even so good a dem- Illinois is so generally republi- I pointment to persons named by I can do, and it would_ be worth the fair including the "111**" aadtaw

sure cure for consumption. ocratic advocate as the Post will venture can, and the democratic forces are I local community, a step in effort. trip will be a"memorah4e ..,

A baseball has soft to count as reasonably certain. J so badly torn up' as a result of the I| will have been taken. The This is not to be considered a criti-
r umpire a snap i The Fort J>>ie-I't'e\PWt eotss.s ..
i compared with the man holding down Assuming that thirty-nine of them Hearst campaign, that there is no : local self-government can cism of any one,but isjthe expressionof
I. interest account of Oa$. \\'". J. 1IIfk.
; the kick department of a railroad. are to be found from New York, and reason to expect any serious falling i I vindicated and the use of the an earnest desire to awaken Talla-

that thirty-four more must come from off in the republican vote in that |! office department for the hassee to her opportunities. The en- er'B celebration of taw tdstf-until.
Sane and safe birthday which pfe**** .v.. occurred
Judge con- congressmen or for the benefit
some other source, the correspondentof state. i i tire state is prosperous and progres
tinues to be trusted with the collection :i administration prevented. last WedneMky. Ua$. ItoWr
the Post makes up different possi- Any hopes based upon democratic sive. Why should not Tallahassee

plate on Sunday.-Chicago ble follows the ticket in i| change would also make it become instead of beautifulold was born at XewiunrtU ant ww *
groups, as : success for presidential I j a quaint,
InterOcean.The soldier in the civil ..... Ktti
I for a federal administration to war *
Group number one-New Jersey 12, Wisconsin are probably doomed to !j fashioned town, a prosperous,

Florida East Coast railway Delaware 3, Nevada 3, Montana 3, disappointment. There is no doubt i iI i I|. colored postmasters upon white progressive city? 1S&5 and fought with MWMfl Mil

trains are all supplied with electric Indiana 15; making, two more than in the minds of those who have been j i: munities for political distinction. He' wa tepwafti& *
i I
headlights. In everything he touches necessary 211 in the electoral college close observers of the situation in':, there any good reason why the ft RETRACTIONIn of schools in thin oowtty awi t8 few

Flagler is up to date. that state that a satisfactory set of |i dent in making appointments the May number of the Ladies' many friends here who at* gta4 t.

Group number two-Indiana 15, conditions will finally be arranged so J: not consult the convenience and Home Journal we published,in the article know that he U growing old ptn.ef
Texas horse dealers have been offered .
i New 12 Connecticut mak- the vote will of the people who patronize entitled ly and contentedly.
1. Jersey 7i; as not to affect republican "the 'PatentMedicine'Curse
contracts for Texas horses for
ing an even 34. there. postoffice? "
an analysis of Doctor Pierce's
the It is claim
Japanese goverment.
; ed that will take It will be noticed that Indiana fig- The correspondent of the Post ends The Paper of Good Habits. Favorate Prescription,"in which that Florida weekly paper act tM
country 100,000. i
equal of those of ally ..... to ft*
ures in both these groups. The Post I his communication as follows: I The Ocala Banner goes to the preparation was represented as con-
It is to be hoped there is much union, and they are a. a wfcoto w
"A of these shows cOf'r
correspondent concedes that Indianais study groupings and stays there all day. It does taining, among other ingredients,

more difference between jEsop and by no means probably democratic. that the democrats must put their print the dirty grind of police tincture of digitalis, tincture of perior to the weekly J-H-WJ .( mutf if

Eftopus than there seems to be, and best foot forward if to stand and the more populous .tet. There is a considerable disaffected they are and can be read by the wife opium, alcohol. Immediately up

that neither is fable nor pipe dream. democratic element in the state, any chance of winning. It is only daughter- without the cheek publication of the number a suit Journal. -- -
Politics must be a little dopie, insipid while a large migration of negroes by lifting the campaign to a high I being mantled by a blush. for damages was instituted by the R. Ylce.l>>midential oaR'"tdak PHIl

and unexciting in Mexico. Por- into the cities will influence the republican plane, appealing to the independent ,! lady customers of stores Pierce Medical Company, of Buffalo is giving the country a r.al sttarM-'

firo Diaz has been elected president strength materially. The vote of the country, that they can columns for bargains and the New York, proprietors of the he is to be married In U* .M.y ML
best that the Post is willing to claimis hope to overcome the odds against preparation in question .
the eighth time and without opposi- Banner will be found to produce against -:----: ..::;;;::-

that Parker has a chance for an them at the start." best results for the advertiser.The Curtis Publishing Company, based

tion.All peninsulas------have-- dense popula- uphill fight. The Post expects that the same good merchant is quick to the claim that none of the three : :

tions. The history of Florida will be The Post correspondent proceeds to class of people who supported Mr. advantage of its columns. ingredients was contained in the med- ATTHE

make up other groups without Indiana Cleveland in 1902 will now line up, .. .
identical with the others. A ship
at all.Group twelve years later, for Parker. Un- The Jacksonville Metropolis e f f
canal across the state near Ocala and
number three-New Jershy doubtedly new alignments are tQ be that F. B. Stoneman, one of the Upon the filing of the suit, we, of
an all railway line to Key West will
breed 12, Connecticut 7, Delaware 3, Cali- expected in the present situation, idential electors on the immediately looked into the
a big population. FIRST SIGNOf
-- --- fornia 10, Nevada 3; total, 35. but, as the correspondent of the Post ticket is a socialist democrat, published analysis. It appears that

Judge Parker was half an hour late Group number four-New Jersey, says with respect to the democraticcause the socialist democrats now particular analysis had been

In getting to church last Sunday. Connecticut 7, Delaware 3, Montana ."its success to-day dependsupon ticket of their own, :Mr. if made at all, fully twenty-five

His neighbers. are beginning to think 3, Nevada 3, Utah 3, Idaho 3; total, thorough and earnest work, should be asked withdraw -ears ago. We, thereupon, employed Disfiguring Humors

that those stories about the demoral- 34. convincing the country that the restored ticket. leading chemists in different Use CUTICURA
izing influence of politics is really Connecticut, it is conceded, is by democracy means a clean and to make an analysis of the prep-

true.-Washington, (Ind,) Evening no means safe for the democratic progressive national administration." from the bottles bought in the

Star. ___, ticket, but is expected to be influenc- Brooklyn Eagle. market. These analyses, one

Miami is a new town. It has three I all, now show to us conclusively

daily newspapers. All of them are Good Bye, Teddy. I Saddling the BUme on the Poor Wu. not a single one of the ingre

chockablockith advertisements. Speaking of "sane and safe" democracy -, man. mentioned by us in the analysis

Result; the newspapers are making ex-president Grover Cleve- I The Brooklyn Eagle (Dem.) says: is, either digitalis, :

money the advertisers are making lane says that he applauds and gives This was the boll of cotton; this was CAS111EFiI or alcohol-was contained in
money, and fhe whole cijy is prosper- hearty concurrence to the belief as the weevil that destroyed the boll; bottles analysed. We then-the 't t

ing. It is well to stick a pin here. expressed by Senator Tillman that this was the bird that ate the weevil of this company and the
The Massachusetts democrats rise "providence has taken hold of demo- that destroyed the boll; this was the I 0 writer-personally the I;. V.

t above the hot weather depression. cratic affairs." Opposed to "free hunter that shot the bird that ate the Medical company, at Buffalo, 3 -

silver," 'providence has been some- weevil that destroyed the boll; this were there convinced! that the
Ex-Congressman Fitzgerald predictsthat The man who is caged in or of the company
what tardy in alligning itself with the was the woman that wore the bird without were absoute
after sufficient
the Bastate will go for Parker day day -
and Chas. S. Hamlin sees a tidalwave fortunes of the democratic party, but that the hunter shot, and the more is sure to suffer for it. Quite often ) truthful in their claims that not
liver is the first which
if it is "sane and safe" to believe birds she wore the less cotton there and organ of these injurious ingredients was i
; rising to carry the judge into disordered, constipation, ii
that now "providence has actually was for her clothes. It is the milliner sick headache and general physical in "Doctor Pierce's Favor. i
the White House its
on crest. Mean- por make life miserable. There's ." Every child born ..* tM w.1fW
taken hold of democratic affairs who has been playing hob with so Naturally
while candidates Parker and Roosevelt one way to deal with liver "trouble" the with an inherited ttnOwcy to M-

continue to take baths, ride the jig is up with the g. o. p. and it is many of our agricultural industries. and that cure is'"to it go once to the for root all. of Such the we printed have been proved turing, disfiguring tumors i4 1 It*

horseback and keep as cool as the good bye, Teddy. Ske is the woman behind the gun, t! -disordered or diseased liver the deduction made in Skin and Scalp twcomw an ,*,*. t

and the farmers and planters who always follo* the use of Dr. with this preparation of the most tender ....ituJr. ""It
conditions will permit them to be.- The watermelon season of the Unit- Golden :Medical Discovery It only because of its but
have lost millions of dollars unwarranted and suferin:,
Ind. throughthe helps. It almost always cures. It unfounded..
Springfield, ( ) Republican. because
ed States is now of long duration. Under of the dreadful fear tl.t
the these
ulates the liver strengthens
increase of insect rests give circumstances
may it
.. Florida begins shipping about the and purifies the blood. Ii the disfiguration w to t* kfrt.+ft,
candidate is all
vice-presidential such thanks as they are prepared to "Dr,Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery perfectly plain to us that this and mar its future hM***% J'.J
of and Indiana and Illinois "
May best medicine made, writes Michael
right and will do to tie to. We are offer to the desiner of hats. was pros rity. Hence
IjttleCilli. N. Y.(63 Center St.) "I had unintenitonally, but it hom<- 11 f
not until the first of August and jaundice and liver trouble in November,
told that he took a bath, bought a Was almost dead lost sixteen pounds in absolutely misled\ In duty of mothtrs of such anLtr-J
I Michigan and other states even later. weeks and whole body was as Children to
collar, was photographed three times, The Armour Company is going to i ?old, and I was sick at my stpmach all the the original statement, and acquaint the+ a' r j\ rY
We now have this delicious fruit I tried three doctors and they gave me with the best the pui UnJ ""I,t
ate three 'sure meals,wrote a lot of hereby, of our
spend $1,500,000 in JacksoD\ille.1 and pills and another one some other stuff own volition, make effective
nearly all the year round. went to Messrs. O'Rourke and Hurley's treatment avafeHtf, \i',:
letters, and hustled without nappingfor Things are being moved along store and got your'Golden Medical : unqualified acknowledgment of CUTICURA TrntflRt41t."
One bottle cured me and I thank it and
sixteen-s....**** straight* hours. When he August Belmont says that Parker I lively in Florida in the good old that I am a well man." mistake to the R. V. Pierce Iffii. aistinA of warm bate w,$h Cl Tl-

begins his campaign of speech makinghe can be elected; and.what is more, summer time. Accept" oo substitute for the Company and to our rearders. CUBA Soap and )
ery. There is nothing "just as with CUTICURA
will be called the "Boy Orator." gives the figures to prove it. We The People's Common Sense The mistake was honestly OWIET. V

Davis is all right and like "Our Bob" were early taught to believe that The message of the president of the Adviser, a book containing 1008 it was a mistake.-Ladies made great Skin Cur*. Cures RuiP tn
is given away. Send 21 one-cent Home childhood are .
he "'jes' laffs" and does everythingelse "figures cannot lie." We hope Bel- republic states that the milage of the for expense of mailing only,for the anJ economical.speedy }m'f'4"ft..

that's necessary. We are in love mont will not cause us to go back on railway system of Mexico now aggregates -I in ume paper bound covers in cloth., or 31 stamps Address for Dr.the R. As soon-as Ocala negotiates !'!ada Pt..ure.no.t.... r..... f.j._',

with the old man. our early training. 10,078 miles. .f t".<.t--.j. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. watch her grow. her J":" ""J.-!iWtill rf .lhte'":7t.a:. .-iC :4u'

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",lOT CALLS TURNED declared to be in nearly full operation DAVIS MAKES DENIAL :'
out every man who went Going to theWorid's Fair?
yesterday, it was claImed has been Senator Says He Is Not a' Candidatefor

I IN AT WINDY CITY replaced onion by o'ne who belongs to their Matrimony AT SAVANNAH GA

and among the recruits were" Bedford, Pa., July 27.-Senator Davis I L -SEE-

said to be a number of young men emphatically denies the report in

f Strike Breakers Cause Conster. from Armour institute who have taken this morning papers that he is to marry I

the places of some of the br men the widow. of Dr. John Reynolds I One Fireman Loses His Life by Ocala Furniture Company.

nation In Chicago. In the various plants. Wh e'the fire of Shepardstown, W. Va. The sena. a Falling Wall. I

men went out, the engineers was s tor has been receiving telegrams of I

POLICE HAVE A LIVELY TIME. certained, with possibly a dozen excep. congratulation all day and is very in GUTTED THREE-STORY BUILDING : For the largest and most uptodate line of

tions. remianed in their places. This dlgnant. There is not a word olHE I.

Riot Calls Were Sent In and the Gar. was due to thi fact, it was said, tha I Professor Drandid of Augusta, Ga., I
the general strike order did not extendto TRUNKS .
risen of "Packing Town" Turned Out
the engineers, few of whom, according Was Seriously Injured by Jumping

In Full Force-Progress of Great to the employers, were union men. I from a Window-Loss Is Comparatively ---

Packing House Strike. The total number of stationary engineers Small, Placed at $5,000. .

employed in the packing plant: I T. W. SMITH & GODAELERS'
C4 u''u. July 27.-Shouting wildly and yards is 110. ,I, Savannah Ga., July 27.-In a file .,

U Uw
ca inkt breakers hired by Swift men from other cities were. building of J. .S. Slater, at Nos. 223 IN-

Cu pread ootwternatlon through theJ.r4' brought into the yards today within. to 230 West Broad street on the corner
fitly today. a couple of hours, and distributed of Perry street, this mornIng .

Kiut calU were sent to the police, among the various plants. OL these Fireman Michael F. Kain was killed HARDWAREAGENTS

sad the arral garrison of "packing 40( were skilled butchers from New c by a falling wall.

t...a" turnd out in lull force, be. York. There was killing of cattle, 1 Professor J. T. Brandld,, of Augusta,

h*"i.* that tM strikers had made an hogs, and sheep in all the plants, but Ga., was seriously hurt by jumping '
orPDlIt'd attack under cover ot dat with the supply of animals on hand from a window. FOR THE

cleaned up, there will apparently be L. G. Ramsey and F. B. Peay of Savannah

n.f.Fufa; to discover any strikers, t' little or no slaughtering tomorrow. were also both injured. 14 White Hickory" Wagon.Let .
I I L1. The walls fell from the force'of
piper arrested the strike breakers. Alt Dapper Clerks In Yards. j jf

of ta*. were negroes. The prisoners Men with Panama hats expensive I interior explosion.The Us Furnish You Prices on Building Materials
lIuabef't'd a dozen.Wtoo IiIE loss is estimated at only $5,000. ,
clothing of the latest cut and fine linen d
the police turned from seach
stepped in the hcgs today and
Uf for aa attacking party and arrested took AT WORLD'S FAIR. Ocala Florida.
charge of the unloading of theday's .
tbe strike breakers there
was a
arrivals at the yards. The vol. ,
Many Improvements Made at Exposi.tion -
chorus protests. All the prisoners unteer
crew stock unloaders was Grounds
tsW of seeing suspicious lurk.
persons made
up of the office and clerical
St Louis 27.-World's Fair
the shadows
fag la of the buildings. forces of tLe various commission
Their revolver were of huge caliber improvementshave
house at the
yards. While the amateurs been made here and there
n4 the police tried to Tear where
toiled f
among the grunting swine :: throughout the World's Fair grounds
tfc* &+f roes had obtained a number ot strikers in heavy boots and rough Are sure indications ol some form of stomach
nary ...apon.. It was denied that garb sat about :' RT G. DA TIS.i within the past fortnight, rough edgesfiguratively trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will
at a distance, laughingat have been shaped up, overtake Don't risk it, and above all 1
next you. ,
8.lft It Co. had armed the men. the Democratic candidate for vice president: ;1.1 .
spectacle. i the landscape effects have been heightened 1 doa'ttake calomel or quinine-both are dangerous ft
The police took the view that the
at that fellow
with the silk ,
truth in it The senator, as is his through constant efforts of the
fi+ffue had shot to create a disturbM "
suspenders? cried I \
they at
and gardeners, the material used in erecting HERBINEhas
custom, arose early this morning
and held the prisoners for ar- .
one particularly daper clerk."Don't
booths and making additions has been
ra&lMCt: In court. took quite a walk before breakiast.. I
you want to borrow some After a conference with his private utilized and the surplus cleared away all their virtues-nono of their

Two overhauls?" secretary, he spent some time with and the exposition throughout never S % deadly effects. HEROINE taken
Chicago July 27. thousand Unmindful of the derision, volun regularly will forestall headache*pot
in attire. Visitors
Judge Gray and several other friends was: more complete galla \
persons today saw one of the most teers continued work, which progress. digestive organs In perfect condition
in the lobby of the hoteL later joininghis comment greatly upon the beautiful head off bUiouaaesi, headache,
brutal cases of slugging and
some ol ed with natural short comings. Once
daughter and grand-children on the and finished appearance. liver lib keep ;you in good health,
the poorest marksmanship on the when
par a big porker escaped the vigi
Visitors who delight in military
hotel veranda.
of poHce-men since the strike at the lance of the unloaders: and chargedhis I
It could be plainly seen that the drills and tactics will have ample opportunity 50o Bottto.. AH Drvutata.
stock yards began.A captors, upsetting two of their
this week witness
senator was very much disturbed by 19 maneuvers
strike breaker, John Mulloy. hr number in an undignified heap, the
the reports coming from Shepards- as a military program has beenarranged Store.
For Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Jail left the yards and reached For- unsympathetic spectators broke into town, W. Va. for all the week.A .

ant and Hanstead streets when three cheers of delight. The runaway was large collection of British historical -.J

m.&. of whom one was John Doody, captured by dint of much running,
WALKED 6,000 MILES. medals loaned by the British mu . .
attacked him. Mulloy was knocked shouting and perspiration. The "dan- tpI -' -:- .
down and nearly killed His nose dies." as they were called by the Mythical Prize of $15,000 Lured. Man to tions seum has of the been palace placed of in Liberal British Arts.sec I j T'h' '.p' or'tab- .s'a'w. M-iU-'is'-the 'Coming M.m. )a''

was broken his eyes cut open with strike sympathizers, entered into the ContestSt The collection includes-znails from the tj "-

the terrific blows, one ear was nearly spirit of the occasion and tried v oLuis. July 27.-World's Fair! time of Henry VIII to that of Georgs OUR MILL IS THE COMINGPORTABLE "

torn off, The sluggers had not completed come success to turn an unpleasanttask Grounds.-'Foot sore, travel stained IV, about 150 in all. .

their work when fire policemen into a good-natured holiday romp. and weary, Renalod Nalco, a British Installation of the Russian exhibitsin MilL.J iIt i

Interfered wherupon the trio ran. subject from San Jose Costa Rica., has the varied industry and liberal arts

They l led through a crowd of strike IMPORTANT GATHERING. I I reached the World's Fair after"a walk and art palaces will begin tomorrow.

, sympathizers and curious spectators, of 6,000 miles only to find that he had A telegram has been received by Mr. is a portable mill that is really portable. Makes perfect

through streets and alleys to the Ha Conference of Cotton Mill Presidents been deluded by a mythical prize of Loupre Chex. in charge of the Russian lumber. Capacities ?,000 to 15,000 feet per day

stead street viaduct the policemen at Greenville, S. C.Greenvllle $15,000 which he had heard had been exhibits to the effect that Benkowltz 0 !

Billing upon the fugitives to stop on"sin S. C., July 27.-Cotton offered by the exposition company to G. Edbrg and his assistants who have

of being killed. The crowds in mill presidents from North Carolina the person who walked the lon&estdlatance arrvied In America will reach the exposition r

the streets were so large the policemen South Carolina Georgia and Alabama, to attend the fair. tomorrow and begin the work 1 I

were afraid at first to use their are gathering here this morning for Almost at the same moment that of installation.AT M-\9 I

f revolvers, and in the crush two of the the most important conference in Walco arrived another long-distance ,- ; it itI -

sluggers leaped Into a laundry wagon years, which will take place this after. pedestrian arrived at the World's Fair ROSEMOUNT. ,1 ____,_ C" ,"4 i., 11 _
and tonight I .'''' :..::.:.,
and mere rapidly driven away, but noon grounds in the person of Mauricius I t:4 ,?.:; "
the third man was kept In sight, an The object is to ,devise some plan Recbter, of Bucharest Roumania, who Democratic Candidate Has Busy Time. i I. '\1 1 J ? -"i.---' .

as soon as he reached the approach by which the mills can become mas had also attempted a long distance I Heavy Mail I I I --=;_:;..''h _r. .. ..- '" r"f"f "J"'J.:t< .:,--'
""- .
to the viaduct the policemen began ters of the situation and thereby ad. walk and who had met with defeat I Esopus, N. Y., July 27.-Preparations I ] c' '# ; ;. < l

hooting. vance the price of the finer quality of Rechter started to walk to 8t Louis. for the arrival of members of! 7V- 11
It is than like : ;
finished goods. more national I
Like a Sham Battle. from Bucharest He undertook to the Democratic committee, .
ly that an agreement will be reached reach here 7. work the of } "
by Jury He arrived. on speech acceptance to
How many shots were fired Is a by which the mills will curtail production Cf\) ,,' it
many days late and then only after be delivered by Judge Parker at the
problem but the noise spunded as if more goods having been manufactured 9
giving his journey afoot in Washington.. ceremonies to be held at Rosemounton "
a sham battle was in progress. Evidently than it is possible to sell i i
and taking a train. The prize he was Aug. 10, and his heavy mall so occupied
all shots were aimed to hit, The spinners declare that conditions TAKE YOUR MILL TO THE LOGS. .
after was one of 40,000 francs, offered the Democratic candidate for #
but mllS d. Doodey had apparentlya are worse than at any time in by the Roumania Touring club ol' president that he had little time for Can be set and readyto saw in two hours. Vrrit'jJ rie.r! =

clear way ahead of hIm, and was 19 years, and for that reason it wit I I which Crown Prince Ferdinand is pres. visitors today.J. tion Cable Feed. Stationary Hills, any capacity. ')".,- "% j .

running like a deer when he stumbled is believed, that the day.and night' ident. Edward Simmons. president of the and Stationary; Engines, Railway, Mill and Factor: ; ;S-v; I:'. .. -1 _

and fell Before he could make up meeting decide to operate on possibly ;, Walco had much the longer journey Fourth National Bank of New York, WRITE, US TO-DAY. ,t1
for the lost time ,the police were upon half time. j
i as there were no oceans in his saw Judge Parker today and was a "'
him and be was held until a patrol BACON & COLLINS! SUPPLY CO. --
I path, and every foot of the way fr- guest at luncheon. Mr. Simmons h -1 .
from the stock yards police WILL NOT PROSECUTE j
wagon came jI walked.: He left the little town ol a staunch supporter of Judge Parker, .
cell ===== GEORGIA.'
station. He was put in a I ',, ALBANY j
Esparta In Costa Rica and
; on Dec. 27. In I was particularly pleased with the
in court. Muller, Wife Will Not Resort to' .
to await a bearing President's "
I January he was Nicaragua, in February telegram St. Louis convention
white the excitement of the man-chase Extreme Measures. I he for the ,"
passed through San Salvador declaring gold standard. Mr.
was at Its height was found by friends Pittsburg, July 27.-An attempt to r
April 22 he reached the city Simmons talked over the financial
kwho quickly took him away before swindle Mrs. Roosevelt wife of the of Mexico. I campaign work.

the police sought to give hIm atten president. out of $50is being investigated I The banner carried by the Ulsteri ...au...s. U
tion. by Pittsburg charity depart. FEARS FOR STEAMSHIP. I i I county. New York democrats at the St.

Race War Probable. ment. II I I j Louis convention and the large picture i. We keep a full I htockj>f 1
who tried to I Ii
Development of a race war Is rapidly The young woman secure Tacoma Shippers Uneasy as to Fate of Judge Parker exhibited in the convention
the strike dis the money on the ground that she of Vessel. hall lOOK FOR
proceeding throughout I i I were today presented tc Old Joe
tract the troubles starting in the res- needed it to pay for a surgical opera. Tacoma, Wash.. July 27.-The steamship II I I Parker Hall, the 5-year-old grandson S THE SEAL ,
Swift & Co. tion on a child, will not be prosecuted, Calchas :': I
turants of Armour & Co.. flying the British flagis of the candidate.
and Nelson Morris and Co., where all as that is not Mrs. Roosevelt's wish. believed to be within the zone ol ,I : Old Velvet,

the dining room girls quit on accountof Because of the respectability of the danger and Tacoma shippers are eagerly !| Cotton Worm Causes Alarm. I

the presence of negro cooks. young woman's family her name is awaiting the news of her arrival I j I Selma, Ala., July 27.-Some alarmIs Old McBrayer

At least that was the reason the withheld from the public. She wrote The Calchas, belonging to the Alberl felt here over the appearance of the : ,

women gave, but In reality the letters to Mrs. Roosevelt enlisting Holt fleet of Liverpool, sailed from Tacoma I I. cotton worm in Wilcox, an adjoining I

cause yonug It U Inferred, was their desire sympathy and financial aid and the and is due at Yokohama Wednesday I I II. county. An order was received bya : Mark Rogers,

to aid In the sympathetic strike. As : .president's secretary, William Loeb, or Thursday. As the Vladivo I Selma merchant today from Mr. Mer I .r I .

rapidly as a girl took off her apron Jr., asked the charity department tc stock fleet is reported to be off' the : Conico, of Slow Hill, for 100 poundsof % Old Charter
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and walked out a negro man was employed Investigate.Mrs. Japanese coast, it is thought possible Paris green to be used by a planter :

in her place. Thereupon 25' Roosevelt hs been notified that the Calchas may be taken as a :,. In the neighborhood where tie worm I

l girls In Swift & Co.'s restaurant quit I l lII that her applicant for charity Is un prize. 'I!; has made its appearance. Rains have P1 Mt. Vernon,

la a body 25 at Nelson. Morris & worthy. The Calchas: carried a considerabm'I come in time to help tne crops won i :

I: Co.', and 30 at Armour & Co.'s. quantity of flour for Japanese firms I derfully. The corn crop west of here Cascade and
I is: The first step taken by the feminine Tremendous Hail at Barnett. She has also much other genera: 'i: is reported to be the best In years. 9 ..
I Ii Barnett Ga. July 27.-A heavy rarn, freight of the nature :
1 H strikers after tearing oft the aprons same as is usual Other High.
i r to march to a ball and hold a meeting hail and wind storm visited his sec ly shipped from this port. I I Electric Wire Causes Death. .:

,_ where It was decided to form them minutes The stemship Sbawmut flying the i Ashevllle, N. C., July 27.-Monday t
v duty and see that no American flag and belonging to the : Grade Whiskies.
r selves for picket Thomas Hanlon an 'employe of the :
, girls went into the yards to works corn. In some sections the hail' literally Bo ton Steamship company left Tacoma I I Asheville Electric company, fell from
tore the cotton to pieces. Some about a week later than !
either In the strike affected places oi the Cal I'I a crane, across a live electric wire, .
restaurants of other firms. A farms won't make 50 pounds of seed chas and being a slower craft, is not Instantly killed. His ben : Headquarters for
In the and was .
ExChange cotton per acre. Corn is also damaged expected 'to reach I I
took up Places at Yokohama for 1C live wire while
dozen of them was caught by the his :
iderably. It is
street days or more. Anheuser-BusH Beer
avenue and Halstead feet rested on a piece of iron. Two : _
that one farmer living about 2. miles
woman who passed thousand volts passed through his I
and every young from here won't get one bale of cottonon Affray
was "buttonholed" and urged to go Cynthiana! Ky4 body. He was 21 years of age and Bottle and
Nota a horse farm. July -Auberj : Draught.Write i
home or stay and do picket duty. Smith, aged 17, and nephew of S. T unmarried. I :

few complied but the others broke Morgan to Entertain. Fishv manager of the Akeler Co., one I Grants _
and fled into the yards to work. Pardons. : for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We
of the trust
away Boston July 27.-J. P. Morgan has distilleries fatally shot

Girls Roughly Dandled. Itased the palatial residence of J. Mark 'Whaelan, an employe of the Montgomery, Ala, July T7.-Acting ,'. want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.i I

were roughly handled but Montgomery Sears for the purpose it dlstfllary today. Smith escaped. Governor Cunningham pardoned WilLiam f -
tJ.. Four girls fs understood., of entertaining the arch M. Steelman white life convict -

1 j i not Despite seriously the hurt fact that 2OOO or mor< bishop of'Canterbury during the general Noted Editor Passing Away. from Dtowah county, and Anthony i OCfUA HOUSE WINE ROOMS, |

employes are on strike at the convention of the Episcopal church. Leavenwortht Kans., July 27.-Colonel Brantley, negro life convict from Jet

! regular Including the number Tie arch-bishop> will sail fom England D. R. Anthony, the noted,Kansas ferson county John Ray, white sere S :
; tock yards. after the call about Sept 1. coming.by way'oiCanada. editor and.a brother of Miss 'Susan_B lug sentence of two ,years for.grand OCALA FLORIDA, -

!! 5 who for a,went all sympathetic the out big yesterday packing strike had plants been were issued his wits. and He his will private be accompanied chaplain. bj Anthony at his the home woman here.suffragist, .is dyIng I' larceny at Flat,Top.has escaped'from the. .mines :........................1


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IBIJYflN I ; -- '1'Kii,. Q,.. WAR COMPARED j. c.
Cotton Must HavePotash

J flOHT ICallST 819 0001
S Casseneve (I. LHt a i*. fnad awthoritv

I'f Potash is an essential plant food on civil war si********. hH

B which must be added as a fertilizer prepared an ,nte,...&.... taldr .bt.ti mR

i"" ''. or the soil will the enormous AtIlt,*rtet ...It..jf1f y

become exhausted of the northern any owr I** tlf t hr. 1

as is : I south during the evtt ww. )It I..... J

iI true of so : : I figure how 0 *t UMI loUrtM..tI 'A'fIn 1

) .,' 4 manycotton i the nortb'fH any wi A.rrI *** !

J fields. !I as against &x" ft 1st !*. ('nesled..... J
1j I I I .. ....
We have books army. The t-nrtJAA 1ft as 4 s.. ""

I -c cI ct ii giving valuable details the northern any a.iiiipI1zd.. I'i

t ers.about fertBiz- :lorMUnrmereW** Iha MW Kfn 1 t,

I Item free to any tamer who a&ls us for them. 'I II of the Co*ltedttfIe *..Jf. Th.v'r ..."

1 GERMAN KALI WORKS, S7OREMWIIThSIIMMERSALE. 316,421 men of iniKfcs hhlt4 I" 'ht-
._. .
>ew"wl.-II.* MrcrU r I
.......,.......s ..Bread.. |I northern army.
t I Mr. le'* ftiswwi are art IstttHr.White .

Nft..wf ......
AT ST LOUIS. frt+in HM Mftfc *.*** ***

,\ White fW 1lM. '''.t.U ;'!!

1 Fairly Wrung Tributes From His JTegrw*. . . .t. let ."'*

Enemies. Indian...... .. .. . **

But the "magnificent distance" has .
Total . ltt .$
this drawback-only a rare voice, "a -
Southern arogrXorth'ii . ....... .....
miraculous organ, could fill the convention -
t! hall. Bryan alone was heard It is stock taking time. We must close out all odds and ends, We must lower our stock. Hence, we will cut
mwwivftl Mf i lMttr''IT-.J 4i
j with distinctness and so with pleasure. prices in half. This is a chance to buy up-to-date merchandise at half price. This is the opportunityyou t j I In the nrbii.rss arrll, ... .....

By the way, I fell in love with have been looking for. Below we give you a few hints of what we will offer in this sale. German . . ... 1ft.1I tJI

that man this time. He was the only I Irish .......... Jf4.
Everything in our Dress Goods Department has been cut and sliced to sell at .
so as a
man of courage in the hall-I mean British Ai <*ri.**........... II."
among the leaders. He fought a los- very small percent of its value. On one of our counters we have about 500 English....................... fA,-.."

ing battle from the remnants of Dress and Dry Goods which must be sold. \Ve have 74.S'egroee
ffrst, but he foughtit
I about dozen lace clock work hose that sold .
with tremendous "" 50 we at Total......... .......... MMM'
ability and force and :. f.-' '-:" : 250.: which we are offering in this sale at 150. Total of 1ilttlitrn itrlMM.. __,

eloquence. Those of I Southern men in Iwii u

my readers who---.. array aM.'"
heard him lecture at Foreigner . . ..... ... ...._
Negroes .. _..... IMW7
,'. our Chautaudua can have no idea of $ Ladies eady i Made Garments. --

; his energy and eloquence. He was Total.. ............ .
tame here, but here he was a lion at ARVHE AT TttM W,*.% lair

bay, and fought like an angel, like a \\ e have everything that ladies wear such as suits, skirts, waists, wrappers, gowns, chemise drawers corsets Aggregate Federal asjr 24jrI
IMS. ......I,<*..*.*
god. I have heard many of.the great
but that corset covers, etc., etc We are offering in this sale 50 ladies shirtwaist suits that sold at $4 to $6 Aggregate Otmfetkwafe a+my
speakers never one pleased .
May I, ISM ...W
me like Bryan in the three splendid and made up of the very best washable materials for $2.50, Number Iii battl, CmM FM

fights he made in this convention. I Seven day fight M*, | 1{*._

L was proud of him as an American. Antic-tarn. ..... *MHChancellomville

..$7p. II'...
lIe stood up in the face of sure defeat
Fredericktburg ?6I. tluusKi
j..'... under Dave Hill's juggernaut machine Men's Clothiqg 1 and Furnishings.Don't Gettysburg ........ gHH ..._
M and with logic, facts and plain ,words Chickamauga ...,. II,"

k was like a gladiator in a Roman Wildernew....* .U.lto

arena. It required immense bravery' that stock in this line and all is Federal pri onen to Conhul-
I forget we a large uptp.dateVe want entire
carry our summer goods
Ij to do it, and he held all-save the erate prison. ....... 11U...lli ,
machine-in the hollow of his closed out before our buyers go north, which will be next month. Confederate prllOMW tH !% !.
j pitiless eral prison ........ ...
.. hand. The rest of 'em in comparison, Confederate died to 14e
1 were pigmies. But it was all in vain. eral prisons . ... .. ....,
The "machine" paid no attention. Federal died In Owlt4.

skipped never a cog, but went clink- SHOES THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY SHOES Boston erate Tranteript.prison. ..". It 1

ing on, like the inexorable thing it is. a
i f
Washington Free Press. A Word. W.....
r I Jj J We now have on hand more shoes than we have ever had since we have been in Ocala, and they are the Any nick woman U ftv4to4 W Nft.

1f j Chctrfully Recommended for Rheu- HAMILTON BROWN SHOES, known throughout the world as the best suit by letter with Dr. R. V. l.t., ((

f 'II I matism. f chief consulting phyi *fi .f UM. In 1

f .-. O. G. Higbee, Danville, Els.,writes, valids' Hotel and MHKM) IMUtot..
Dec. 2,1901: "About two years agoI In our store you will find the larges.t" selection in cen- We also handle famous Knocker shoes which will Buffalo, X. Y. In an aotH prartke
was laid up for four months with you of more than thirty )>arat a*******! bra
rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow tral Florida To get you acquainted with this brand of staff of nearly wore of a oeiMphyeican !

.. Liniment, one bottle cured me. I Shoes we will make the following prices: find good wearers and which. we are now selling at broken *. Dr. Pieree bat kN",4 a*! t
F iI can cheerfully recommend it to all cured over half million W..... Ail
J iJ Buffering from like afflction. 25c, MEN'S SHOES. prices. disease peculiar to woman aw treated 1
i roc, $1.00. Sold by AnliMonopolyDrug with sucroi TfeU wnrishttuttp. .

jJ J Store. m "America" known everywhere as a $1.50 shoe for $1.25. Our boy's and girl's shoes are wearers. by letter 13 ale.oluh"l free lAvery
R letter is treated a* Mfkkl/ tarh"
Tree With Electrtc Power.A "Favorite" $).50 $.'.)..00. and sacredly oodd......!.
) You can get any size and style in any of the above AH
German has recently discovereda "Thrift" $2.75 $2.25. answers are mailed |*rw }44y rittef
j tree in central India which has shoes. the bet of me<)l.al advise "U
1y 1. most cruious characteristics. The "Country Club" 53.50: 52.05. I answer are sent in plata ...*.k 1t

leaves of the tree are of a highly sen- The famous "American Gentleman" Shoe never sold bearing on them no prt44g of wy
1.I REMEMBER We kind.
guarantee the uppers of every pair Write withort fear and watt
1 I sitive nature and so full of electricitythat for less than'$3.50Iat S3.00.LADIE'S. I out fee to Dr. U. 1'. I4m, $slNak,

4 who ever touches one of them SHOES."Quaker" of shoes in our store to out wear their soles. We also N. Y. '-- .
receives an electric shock. The electrical -
Alt Parker i III the way MHMwestern W..q
r J strength of the tree varies according known everywhere as $].50 Shoes for 81.25. give shoe strings free with any shoes you buy of us until new'PIJfft.-k of tbv

to the time of the day, it be- democratic
"Hamilton" $1.50 "' prnidnsll Rl1ItAtt. n
L ing strongest at midday and weakestat 130. they wear out.Everything. ,
but It occur toO M lid H h .""
( a
In Watch Us" ? ) 00 "
I midnight. wet wether its pow- ; N. $1.55."Sunlight" little familiar.
*; .,. in our store that looks like
r ers disappear altogether. Birds never : $ .2,') 81.75. a remnant will
I approach this tree. Uadezlded.
I "Picnic" ." $2.5q"' $1.90. be sold regardless of price. Are you still und 4e4 alt haying

Still no let up in the good luck of that
plumbing do*** l..Mrr 1s1
the Davises. Aged Syracuse millon-
and let 1
us make
ym an eiNnsate ana .
naire of that name has just married his j
s drawing showing .Ww ......... J
stenographer.The sanitary plumbing I.I dea. You eai
Florida primary was pulled off THIS SALE IS NOW ON. not afford to have any bat tfc* Mei I
Just a little too soon. Florida !
# Plumbing and ItWfk . j
If a man is always chaperoned by Land. at Parrtoi, }ta IkHrtfe Phrtek, j
hill wife he is pretty sure to meander are jJ
renting for
f* per awe, ai tM
t along in the straight and narrow renters
" making fortune
P path.
; i The taxable value of Dade axtatf
'. All things considered we are having since Ib91 have inreeased two IRIIIto
c. a mild summer. dollars. Florida
is growing soli ".
Secretary Morton is for a navy the
Ssft(,ard Ut Chpdrsa,
"most formidable in existence."
I Notwithstanding all that fo d ..
,i by boards of health and tMrtablf
I Inclined persons, the death rate
REWARD amQng small children is m? hit,
during the t
i.s i. hot weather of Uw sins
s r mer months in the large ThE'N
is not probably one saae of bowel I
Strayed or Stolen, ,One Bay ( complaint In a hundred, tsawsl+ 'r
s that could not de
Horse Mule About 6 Years wired by the tttnely
use of Chamberlaln'a {bile, t'hakra

; Old{ 15 Hands, and Diarrhoea Hemtkr. Far ails tty ,
High. Return all dmggt.tl. m t <'f'

to Standley & Co.s' .Stables I The fall of one ftltlnl the rids tit .
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another. The
thing follows
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! : LEADERS WILL mlttee.De represented on the packers' con the clew President of the Florida rr-1 tl1Jt7 !\ ,.- fe.IS1. BF'f:1: 3. F .

University at late City. I
} A dozen or 15 union officials were .; "
present In an W. congratulate the trustees of the WE EAT MEAT
SUBMIT NEW anteroom and Donntlly

f BASISI waa among these. The two sub-com state university on the election of Dr. t f1iJ l let pYtY8UM1J' Cafes ..gat I

I mittees were closeted In an Inner Andrew Sledd to the presidency of I1? LIflU4SEEDS ", I
apartmentThe N1ed We Ma," weft ktit .

; Sorts to Settle the Strike In absence of President Donnelly the institution. He LJ a man oi the (zsi ,Fr d U alone. 7Aefrfsnvvefnagtlk ;: f

from the active highest character and the ripest tAE sExpPrler _
committee is
I Western Cities. by some bI P.1..a t Fd11s-t11t..eRttt&1-- .
regarded as a rebuke for hit action of scholarship. He is a master of arts of : ee has established it an I 1 ,. :
tm i
Jq: : MCI'1\C"y& tit dhg.*
yesterday In ordering a renewal of the Harvard University and a doctor of aact. old by all dealers. Yon I
; A i JOINT CONFERENCE IS HELD. strike. 0w-they grow.free 1501 to alop-Seed tt* ft pay to> Ae **eff fa I Itof
Annual postpaid
philosophy"of Yale. He is an educa- iicants. s
After the joint conference had beenIn I 1f1Jg' Aae g.im lOT' t j jtrffl
'trmtf Agreement Considered Abrogated session tor of experience and success. At D. M. FERNY & CO.
a short
time the packers CETROIT, MICH. t t 6 n VOWt6! a4d eftefrltlL
-New Demands Call for Rein : withdrew in order to consider a proposition the time of his election to the presidency IS'
Ply sa ffl aserrfineed to4'aad '
statement cf Killing Gangs and the : by the union. of the university he was of the ISI j
i ptzaeemefAatrftryawtetasastb

-I Iwtdl't'1' % a Body I Chicago. July 25.-Upon the conS faculty of the Southern University at ,.".,..,..,... Uroteeatorml.m .r -- 5 4 allMb>> pat 8**& aw+ jntctEDWARDS t tS'
Greensboro Ala.
struction of the words E.BIGGS
Owa'l1. July 25,-The joint confer. 'without discrimination" _1_. tone aM err'''tt u.wt Ins pr
as used In the arbitra- President Sledd is a consecrated PI ..
to settle the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
pace today stock yards t .
tion I aQIIR?
agreement between [
packersand Christian and Methodist, beinga
man (Office in Gary-Ague Block.)
atrtke resulted a disagreement
the union leaders to designate the son of the late Dr. Robt. X. Sledd, OCALA, FLORIDA BROS. i
manner In which strikers should! be re-

CAlesao July 2" :'.-The labor leaders employed depends the settlement of of the Virginia conference, who came It D. FULLER_:_ Stall 2 and 4 Cftjr 3ferfef: 0raa. Fla

vest law today's Joint conference with the conflict which was renewed yesterday near election to the bishop's office in DENTIST. LsT'LJ mJ !
when G 1nC.r"'LU-n'L'L-1rL;'C."nL:! !\n"1 asa71eS! !r!w11sal! ay m 1Mt71140t? '-,
the pack" prepared to submit an en. the butchermen went ona the general conference of our church Over Munroe&Chambliss Dank Ocala.Fla. t

tlrtty aew but for settlement of the strike. .
which was held in St. Louis in 1890.
M. THOMPSON. .- ;;
An attempt made
stock janU strike. yesterday afternoon J
President Sledd and his family are of .
The tabor representatives apparently was without success, and an PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. teetxat

ufctrred the former agreement abrogated other Joint conference was scheduledfor Methodist !!stock and from the Methodist Office over Teapot Grocery Opp Montezuma. :

by the action of the packers today. parsonage, his wife being the i OCALA. FLA.EDWIN I

yester4ay Their new demands call Different opinions were expressed by only daughter of Bishop Warren A. i I SPENCER. {
: the labor i
men as to the outcome of I .
for tin Im n*late reinstatement of -
kil344i; 1.811 and meat butchers In a I I the negotiations for the settlement of I Candler, of Georgia, and a first honor I ATTORN-AT-LAW, .1AoItU

bodyI I the reawakened struggle. graduate of the Wesleyan Female OCALA. ?--v. FLORIDA .1:

n action of the packers which was The packers declined to give their College, at Macon, Ga.. I!. CHASE. put"iott
views on the prospect of peace. J. '\
exceeded amounted to abrogation ofW'sdaeeday's Church and state will be well served '\ .
Should no adjustment of the f tieusn
agreement for settle- trou DENTIST >s3t. .
a ble be reached in the Joint meetingsa by the coming of Dr. Sledd to OCALA. FLA Z" .L. -
m+tat consisted in alleged discrimina IAf1J L''rJ! Cotngtlsaioisst
sympathetic strike of the other Florida.-Florida Christian Advocate.
f ion afal&it the men In the matter of trades employed in the packing indus- : CARLOS L. SISTRChK, r are certain1-.*..j1':&. 'fite'G atin..'.gputr degutf 3 c

I"t-ft'pIoJIDfOt.r The new compact try practically Is certain.It A Helpless Child. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ;' Keep fiftf 8&sW ilflffrvt'oikfe+*Ay ratArgr .
t IrJU.M provides not only for the reln.iU I < < .
was arranged for before the agree. A week and puny child is badly Room 4. Masonic Building, Ocala. 5 8 21 I
m.Bt of the killing gangs and the I : FILLS
ment was signed, which terminated the handicapped in the battle of life. It I J1jJTUNtG .
meat butchers In a body, but also sept -
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original strike and the plans have not is isolated from the healthy enjoyments PELLETS [
eifleally took up demand of unskilled
t II
'men. been changed. of its little fellow-beings. It DANGER COMING tag acid good blood;,pII dId1ftfd! Ib l&aail1+ """U: t __
President! W. G. Schardt, of the Chicago
cannot either of their
partake play
Those present today were members the ruses fro ynUUQlto Ityata> 'e whet' Pitt. ew4
Federation of Labor, said the I 1J _
their work and in
or steady
af subcommittee appointed at yester problem confronting the labor representatives progress llgna that Point to Bright' DIa Toni Pellet tpaatlpai If+tm PieepetOOgiBattditlbir
the world its whole life is embitteredby
dl'' Joint conference to report a basis ; I as ors ".' Galflu
was not to persuade the ea.e or other Fatal Forma
of agreement to the full membershipof incapacity and weakness.
_ other workers to go out in support of of Kidney Trouble. : l NQ.. Cf Lts1a.9s4sa
. the conference. They were: Any women who expects to becomea
the butchers, but to induce them to I / #
Fur the It.rkn-Thomas jConnors, mother ought to know what Dr. i .
remain at their tasks until called out. There are thousands of persons who art ,tJ II.1SvUr...
_' representing Armour & Gb.; ThomasWtlwn Pierce'sFavorate Prescription will do unconsciously in danger of the fate that

Nelson Morris & Co.; Louis both for her own health and safety has befallen of
> Situation at Kansas City. lately so many our most
? Y. Swift, Swift t Co.; Edward Tilden Kansas durind her time of trial and also is insure and have
who died
City July 23.-Allied tra.dunloni prominent men women
; Ubby McNeil ft= Libby; Samuel lido will vote tonight on the question her in bequeathing a fair measure from kidney trouble. These diseases art

c Lean, National Packing Co.; J. B. of calling a sympathetic striketo of health and strength th the pros- alarmingly on the increase,and they come

- Usurer. 8chwartichlld': &: Sulzberger; aid the packing house employes. pective little one. on so insidiously that few realize their
Edward Cudahy & Co.
Cudahjr, There are more than 1,000 men in condition till life Is actually in danger.
The Work for Democrats to Do
: For the t'nlont-'rhomu I. KeU ol these onions in the Kansas City plants. In the early stages of kidney disease For Sale by Postoffice Drug Stofgu ::

. the American Federation of Labor; A few have out. The work of the democractic partyis
already gone there may be headache, backache, no- "
' William Sterling of the Butchers' C. W. Armour to wheel the doubtful states into = .
said today he did not natural appetite, bad taste In the mouth, -
scion, George F. Golden, of the Pack
think It would be necessary to shut the democratic column.In dry or furred tongue, thirst, dry skin or
= lag Iterate Teamsters' union; Joseph down if a sympathetic strike is called. perspiration sediment in the urine
strong ,
1900 those states were carried Cf G RAe E.Suc
Morton of the Stationary Firemen;
They have, he says, a sufficient num or unnatural feelings in various of .
William Schargdt. of the Chicago Federation ber of nonunion machinists, engineers by the republican party with the fol- parts
the body. Don't expect all these signs
- 8'SUII' to Ctntnt IOHMW C.
of Labor Michael Donnelly
,- ; and cilers to run the plantAt lowing pluralities, viz: to show themselves. At soon as you
of the Butchers' union. Swift & Fowler's similar statements ,
Connecticut, 23,570; Delaware, 3- notice any of them, commence at once
Following jresterflay's determination made. At all
were the plantsIt
671; Illinois, 94,934; Indiana, 26,479; the use of FOLEY's KIDS CCBX. Deafer lo
I to that down the killing departments Is asserted mope business is being -
vain a sufficient number of nonunion New Jersey 56,899; .N'ebraska,7,82'! THOMAS MAPLE!; Birbeck, Ill, writes: 6
done than before the strike. ; Rough and Dressed Looter Ktlrt Dred P'totugCeiiing
"I had a very bad case of kidney trouble ,
, men can be procured to operate the Killing at the Cudahy & Schwartz New York, 143,606; Rhode Island, and Lathe
plants without Imperiling the industry, and my back pained me so I could not Siding. SHrrg&s sad BrideJ&KssfegtBrar
child & Sulzberger plants has beed
14,986, West Virginia, 21,0'!!. ai
straighten up. The doctor's treatmentdid
n one of the big stock yards packers suspended temporarily awaiting devel
employed new men today though there opements. A change of 397,980 votes will elect me no good. I saw FOLEY'S KIDNEY Turned Ballusterg,.Cmitr tfevefy Co&rajai, Door and

were many applications- for work. Mr. Parker, and to this task the dem- CCBK advertised and took one bottle Window Frames, Msstdf C&srefc Sut6, Polptf*, School

- Tfce negro men who were dismissed GETS NEW COAST LINE. ocrats must address themselves. which cured me and I have not been Desks and Seats Com & lid Tab! f. I ara COtUCa tJy .
_ Jest after the settlement of the Strike, affected 8in e. I gladly recommend tali
cannot all \n re-emplod at present, u Steamers Will Run from Savannah to remedy." receiving Lumber and caa fi lcsrt b1 quantities and

: naay of them who are membra ot New York. IT'S It is a simple thing to make your kidneys sizes. Mail orders attewcfecl to plriafy;

the Eighth! regiment Illlnoia national' New York July 25.-A new steamship right when they are not badly affected

- guard are now In annual encampmentat company is to be established ; but It is not so easy after destruction I r

&prfnxfild. which will be in direct competition has set in. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUBE will

Not since the strike began were so uith the Savannah line which plies FOR cure every form of kidney and bladder _

ouajr Idle men observed, In the streets between Hoboken and Savannah. trouble if taken early and it will give re- "wllu A Afluivrr liB:

': ai today and case of minor disorderswere The proposed line will only do a lief even in the most hopeless cases. It AIPY ( r

F numerous.At freight transportation business and Is an honest preparation td will do all

West Forty-alxth street'nd Grossavenue carry no passengers and the agents .\ YOU that II claimed for U.Postoffirp 1tJU f J ()fJ ghe kiad oestttizev

x several hundred join. of the company will be John W. Ell (
women Drug Stnr yon are goirr to uiet Ii'a
well & Co., 21 State street. New YorkMr. .. ;
ed the men In an attack upon a crowd a tirnt oft Mw mrvf Lot
t I t
,t ,
\ of nonunion workers who were on John W. Elwell S. Co. admitted

\ their way to the yards. Sticks and that the line is to be established, but DRINK{ what; ttM 'I1 itlt x r-aft rai 1&fk't

tones were thrown. The nonuntor declare the plans are incomplete and It Will tin otataire r. Ton taft''g >mate a

BB escaped with slight bruises by it would be premature to make known A make arhen pots "' tlat"Jh xrs44IertiUzem.
the details.
taking flight There were no arrest .,
la response to telegrams telling ol The coming of a new line of steam Pay You !

reaeal of the strike Mayor Harrlem era Is a matter of Importance, tor it 'i Highest; cawftintx pay{ ( dry bones

arrlvod In Marquette Mich. from will open a keen competition in cotton i *

Huron Mountain today, but he was too lumber and resin and turpentine i You have any Real Estate a' flM! mma m. iwm
from Savannah.At F ,
late to connect with the train for CatHe IJ to sell,
the Hoboken Land and improve tf4"Milf tJ"
lit. talked over the long distance '
ment company's office it was said ORYou're
'phone with Corporation Coun- THE
that the trip of Palmer Campbell to GREATHEALTH
Eel Tolman and decided to remain la thinking of coming: -- --
Europe had nothing to do with the new I F
Marquette for news from the strike to Florida for a home,]
project, as American capital is to
Ualets the strike were settled before only In the DRINK JAS.M.GRAHA&T, Preaidei IJZ tC'.HYJy', Te.e rues
be Invested project.
announced an Intention OR
Bight the mayor : '
to eliminate his vacation and tAke FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY.

a train that would bring him Into C6Le540 You desire to invest inany The First National Bank

President tomorrow Golden morning., of the Stock YardsTeamster Man ence Resented of Woman Remarks Companion.New Made In.Prey I "IN T THE( G GOOD D OlD I IF kind of Florida property,

announced a delayla York, July 23.-Resenting remarks TO SEE OF GAISESVILLE
union made in the presence of a woman
one portion of the sympathetic SUMMER'[R TIML" OR WRITE
companion at Hundred and
atria program lie said that the Ninth and Third avenue, early today, The Only Chartered la"k in Afghsa Ce :rtJ.

taamsten bat been called together to an unidentified man shot and seriously Capital. . . . *..rr.+" ******* ************". YIr.''hlm 00
act oa a sympathetic strike but owing &SONS Undivided "B1K& "PI' CO
wounded three men all residents J. H.lIVINCUOH Surplus and &************* *** ro.
to the delay In negotiation, the meet.lag .utI Geetlaut A.a4' r. the
of the upper East Side. Two of them Do s exclusively a bankingtleitf{ ll. f\I..11
was postponed until tomorrow. -John Martin and Dennis. Healy- OCALA. FLORIDA. state. Solicts the accowvrj v Kerehartct:: ;. tarpw. ,
The plants of Armour &; Co, Nelson.: probably will die. Etc Interest allow** Wet\ $I!
Morris & Co.. and Swift were report. According to the story of the woman M ETTO is a delicious -'- -- wsteri! 1WlV.o11 ..-... "-...
In nearly all departments 1 g'fAVLt1R.c.4f<<
e4 being operated
an Insulting remark was mad
with large forces, !D. ma d
today beverage e
by some one when the trio passed the + Ii r is
eluding women and men who refusedto "'--
man and woman. Angry words were -- -
Join the strikers. exchanged the woman's escort drewa from ripe Saw Palmetto 1

Armour & Co. claimed to have 1,336 revolver and fired rapidly. Many Za '
mechanics, and Berries. Absolutely free
men Independent of persons rushed to the .scene, but fell
82$ office employes at work In the vat- back when threatened with death and McMillan BrosSouthern
Four hundred were I from harmful drugs. Metto
Twit departments. the man made his escape.
talon men. Swift &: Co. claimed to locked 1
The woman was up pendias stimulates the Liver
Ue 1.2 II men at work including 400 an Inquiry. ,

t other employee, and Morris & Co. Summoned. flushes the Kidneys, acts Copper Works
King's Surgeon
337 former
; j4jf j, Including '
1 1d4
.(all union men Copenhagen July 25.-Professor directly on the Bladder. Manufacturers Turpentine Stills

These thre plants were reported ai SehOu body surgeon of King Chris I

keeping their killing departments In tian, was summoned this morning to I i Makes the organs per- i '
:Metal Workers.Old
Schwarin, where the king is staying. I r t, 11 and General .

1 operation but were buying neither Professor Schou left before noon. : form their functions in a

cattle, sheep nor hogs. GEORGIA'S FfHbT BALt. 4LikL-
The plants of Schwartzchlld & Sulz natural I thereby Stills taken in eza lM aew ooe* Pakfr;

Wier and the National Packing C* Judge Parker Fixes Date For Notifi. way, through the COUnfty fty.. Orcfc!rsf \% i mail or

were said to be tied up In all departpaM for 173-4 Cents. keeping the system in a wire will receive pnacsp* atteattott at titt.u of 11M
shipping.fro Savannah Ga., July 25.-The first
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p: things were noticeable In the I bale of new Georgia Alton was sold on perfect and healthy condition

-conference between the contending the Cotton Exchange today for 17 3.4 FAY ETT .. V I ILLE, \\. C S".IH, Ii"
President Donnelly was not cents to M. M. StewartThe .- : : .t.. : :
patties and
K.Bium/Cfl.,517 519 ;
the subcommittees of labor leal barla of cotton will be shipped toNewYork. '. t_..,; ,Chas.... ,? jW JACKS ''IVILLE FL : GUILE ALA
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oa Swift 4 OxX did not*appearto > ** "' Sold bjrAli Druggists.. : : Bay St. Jac ,nville, Fla. ,

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fiEsi( ( IDNrs( SON1 I II IN OLD VIRGINIA-THE CREED. VIRGINIAN'S ,. We had A Good a very ROJas delightful Optimist.call Sat- t tr

I : i urday morning from Hon. A. S. STR\U8S CO.

r a The roses nowhere bloom so whiteAs Mann, vice-president and organizerof ,
Virginia: .
o the National Good associa-
The sunbeams nowhere shine
so bright

The birds sing nowhere quite so sweet tion.Mr.
And nowhere hearts so lightly beat Mann is an enthusiast and opti- WHOLESALE

For heaven and earth both seem to meet mist on the subject of good roads.
JR., TELL HIS CLASS Down in VirginiaThe
He says that good roads is the parentof
OF STRENEOUS LEADERS. I days are nowhere quite so long v
As in Virginia: the autimobile and that in a few .

Members of his class are talking of !\orquite so filled with happy SDD?. years automobiles will be as common, i Dealers.
As in Virginia.And Whisey
the splendid qualities of Theodore when my time has come to dif useful and necessary as the stagecoach L-

Roosevelt, jr., as a Sunday school Just take me back and*let me lie, was in the olden times and as

class leader. Until last Sunday resident Close Down where in the Virginia James goes'Tolling by i the railways now are. That they OCALA FLORIDA.Sell ;; :

of Oyster: Bay did not know J I : wlil be freight haulers and feeders to .
There is nowhere a land so fair

that Theodore, jr., who is seventeen -'s in Vir,nix; our great railway lines and will be of ,r! 1' -
So full of tree from II
an care
years old, is a class leader like John As in song VirgicirAnd great benefit to farmers and truckers.

D. Rockefeller, jr., although he has I believe that happy land They are already becoming so popu-I
Lord for mortal t tiajt4iiir
always been interested in the Sabbath prepares man lar in our great cities that Mr. Mann
Is built exactly the planOf

chool work. Old Virginia. says he believes in ten years they the Best Liquors 1

This young man held the closest attention NOTE The above piece of poetry is printed by will have entirely eliminated the :
request of a loyal Virginian, who lives in this :I
of a group of boys seven or city.-LOCAL ED. horse and the sight of a horse will be ,

f eight years younger than he is last an unusual spectacle in all American !; > For the Least Money. -
Miss Tucker in Jacksonville.
Sunday morning as he dilated upon cities. j
I Miss Emma Tucker, so well knownin cl t i
I the familiar story of David and Saul. Mr. Mann has given the subject of ;i ,
Ocala, is spiritualizing the church '
The last time he addressed his class good roads and the many benefits .y p, aso s
forpes in Jacksonville. I
!f i 'M he chose the htory of David and they will bring about, perhaps, more :
I Speaking of this consecrated and
Goliath as his ,theme. Last Sundaythe study than any other man in the nation -
t devoted worker the Jacksonville lotto

1 regular topic was the arrest of Methodist says: and Saturday night delivered an .c, 1 NciNNaTi.a "HONEST MEWEIAND, : t

I St. Paul. Afterihe general exercisesparticipated address before the Jacksonville board 5T
\ "No figures can give the amount of 0'vu ataa
i t i in by the entire Sunday of trade on this subject and we shall j e r' = ? 111x1 a
= Af
r good that has been done, nor the con- su
t K-hool, young Mr. Roosevelt began give our readers the benefit of liberal I.
p tinued results for the future, and for
t telling his class the story of David extracts from it. i
eternity. The subjects, usually one -
anti Saul. 1 I
'i : word, have been so arranged as to Tell your physician; i to- have your We especially call your attention to the following
There are only about ten members
f } give a progressive work; beginningwith prescriptions filled atour store. We !specialties:
of the class-the sons of local shopkeepers -
the church membership and have a full line of pure drugs, and a
{ of the Long Island
t) Railroad Company and caretakers of widening out to hypocrites and open trustworthy; man to put them up. Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve, full quarts\ $J6.

t sinners, not one person present at Tydings & Co. x
residences hereabout. They
t teemed country. very glad to see their any of the services has not been Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. ,G+ Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve t

1 t reached in something said. Those! dei-iriug fine velvet beans for full quarts, $10.Strauss' ;
teacher again, and he shook each onewarmly I
rI ; "Instances elsewhere have been planting purposes will do well to call
f by the hand when he met :
I tj given of the repentance and reforma- 1J.. A. Pooser's store at once. One I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles S..
them at the door of the chapel. For hundred labels will be w)M HI S-!,:i5
I tion of church workers and members, twelve bottles $S
f a couple of weeks he has been visiting !. per bushel. S. II. PYLES. 50.
where a .'form of godliness' existed
t school in Connecticut
a companion ,
j without the 'proper therof and where. The next vinitto Ocala of Dr' E. T. Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts $15.
t ,
i 11\', and has missed his usual part in the even immorality has been found in Alien, the eear, nose and throat

early Sunday services here. I'l I surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday .
A prominent people in the church choir P. S-Slrauss Pays the Freight 1 these Goods.
The boys all sat on one side of the July 23, Montezuma hotel. 1 or l .Express i on _

E church and the girls on the other. and Sunday school. Some of the rvro Q IJ! $4T 1 f ttaUa

t revelations made caused almost a Write or teledhone Sternberger if ui:2 l All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same day ,
I About dozen chairs in
; a were ranged need painting, papering, I the order is received. i '
: f sensation, and produced a profound you any r I as t'i
i ; a fcemicicle for each class.. YoungMr. varnishing and kalsomining. Phone i ;d a
< impression upon the audience. If anyone '"'
I : Roosevelt took his seat in a chair 116. 6 24 Agents for PJBST MILWAUKEE BEER.
is driven from the services by 1
i J e facing his students. One or two of
such piain dealing, and quits coming, ,
i i them recalled their previous lesson S
r wirtei Private office in Corn i
to be consistent, he or she ought to R tU55 6(0
> about David and Goliath and t
quit reading the Bible and quit going mercial bank. Your work in the STRAUSS: & Co 1
their to know
: eagerness new :
; {'o church." above lint-s solicited. Speed accuracy a1AAti !/ 4[ta iI :
phase of TUavidrs career was to be guaranteed.

dwelt upon to-day. In well chosen Night Was Her Terrot."I Miss B N SINCLAIR. OCALA, FLORIDA.

words and with simple dignity their would cough nearly all night .
long," writes Mrs. Clias. Applegate, Let us give you an estimate on --" -

teacher recountered the familiar . _. ...
house. J. Starr Sternberger. .
*tory. The lesson was short, terse of hardly Alexandria get any, Ind.sleep., "and I had could con- painting. your 6 24 Mft? '" -: __: q ... .. ..'_.' .: '&._,,;, :' *,'"._" _. ? ,.iff f f

and earnest. Then the entire school sumption so bad that if I walked a -

united in the formal closing exercisesand block I would cough frightfully and McIVER and UACKA }
I Man 14 if
and and bloood Hard To Beat.
was dismised just before the spit frightfully spit ,
three one dollar bottles of Dr. King's
regular morning services beginning
a New Discovery wholly cured me andI
at eleven o'clock.
gained 53 pounds." it's absolutely t

The president, Mrs. Roosevelt, guaranteed to cure coughs, colds,

Kermit, Archie, Ethel and Theodore, lagrippe, bronchitis and all throat FUNERAL

r jr., and Miss Christine all attendedthe and lung troubles. Price 50c. and i

$1. Trial bottles free at Tydings &
r\l'l's. The Rev. Dr. Homer DIRECTORS.Have r
Co. m i
II. Washburn! preached upon "Duty." -1-t -
An Ocala Young Lady Complimented.The .
the conclusion
After of the morning
following notice appeared in a full -stock of Cotlins.l hCaskets ( I Iv
services the and his family
the Aiken (S. C.) correspondence in and Burial Outfits. Special given to
drove back to Sagamore Hill, where
Friday's Atlanta Journal about Miss ml tervicts.
Nicholas .Murray Butler was a guest

for dinner. Edna Dozier, of this city, who returned Embalming to Order

---- home several days ago from a
"Do It To Day !
visit to Miss Fannie Rogers in Aiken: n
The time-worn
injunction, "Never
put oil 'til to-morrow what you can dos One evening recently a number of
today," is now generally presented young people of Aiken complimented VermifugeTHE
in this form"Do it to-day!" That is \IissEdnaDozier, of Ocala, Fla., withan t q 41 M

i: the terse advice we want to give you s
'evening picnic at the Aiken Boat -
j about that hacking cough or demoralizing THE GUiBWEED 1
club house, near Graniteville. The 3i
i with which you have been 'f"
f, niggling for several days, perhaps party numbering about thirty, left on ir. \WORM

it to-day and let that remedy be Dr. the trolley line. This is an ideal ; !

t Ikfc.dH'e's German Syrup, which has 'fr. REMEDYTHE -
place for a picnic, and rowing and
beta in
use for over thirty years. A

few dese! of it will undoubtedly reId other enjoyable amusements were
ve your cough or cold, and its con- indulged in until supper was an-
tttHiml u*e for a few days will cure nounced about S o'clock. The party THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY c (fO py_

you completely. No matter how I returned to the city on the 9:30 car Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. 'J.1 Sf!.r
ST. LOUIS. MO..AntiIonopoly .
detlrated" your cough,even if dread
and went to the home of Miss Re-
T ftHI"umption! has attaked your lungs, Drug Store.
German Syrup willl surely effect becca Wise, where a dance was -
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J ure a* it has done before in thou- given. The np) who buys HARDWARE of

s ands of apparently hopeless cases of Miss Carrie Williams entertained at

lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c; whist at her beautiful home on South
regular size, 75c. For sale at Anti MARION
Boundary in honor HflRDWARE
t avenue of Miss
Monopoly Drug Store. m I- COMPANY
- Dozier recently.- Cards were played i j :

t Gowanlack-Broome.Mr. ; on the piazza, and after a series of -

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t Stockton Broome, of Quincy, twelve games the prizes were awarded A., I K- H ElEstablished WKES, Optician AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" ,

itIt and Mies! Edith Gowanlack, of Cleveland to Miss Mattie Chafee and Mr. A. 1870.

Ohio, were united in matri- W. Oakley. At a late hour refresh- Commencing' over thirty years ago in STOVES AND RANGES

timony at the home of the bride, 233 ments were served. the smallest way, the firm has stead-
i! !iyt and rapidly grown, until now CHATTANOOGA
Princeton street, Cleveland, at 7:30 HA WKEtS' SPECTACLES AND PLOWS
Brutally Torturnd.
Wednesday night. Mr. Broome is EYEGLASSES have a national
A case came to light that for pre- leputation, and are used in every
one Of the most prominent young town and the ELLWOOD
: sistent and unmerciful torture has city througnout south. FENCING
{ men of his state, The bride is a berhaps never been equaled. Joe These famous glasses are used by the -
i beet class of people iu all communities. di
member of a prominent family and a Gobolick, of Colusa,Aal. writes: "For They are hold only by merchants -.' -
; lady of charming personality. Mr. 15 years I endured insuffrable pain of recognized reliability of whom A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried

from rheumatism and nothing relieved there are now over 11,000 handling lna
and Mrs. Broome will spend a few these goods and when it is
; remembered
I tried Class
me though
everything First Hardware
t weeks in traveling and will be at known. that.there is only oue agent in Store. j
s Ilcame across Electric Bit- town, the wonderful demand for them .
1 home Jacksonville, after October 1. ters and its the greatest medicineon can be somewhat appreciated. SASH DOORS 'AND BLINDS

Mr. Broome is a son of Hon. JamesE. earth for that trouble. A few bot- For sale by TURPENTINE MILL! AND MINING. {

Broome and is a very popular tles of it completely relieved and DR. "'M..DERSOX. su PP LIE, S.

cured me." Just as good for liver Never Peddled.fOTliONEYxTAR. i
traveling man and has many"friends
and kidney trebles and general de- MRZONXRDWARExcoppjyt
all over Florida, who will be pleas- bility. Onlp 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed -

antly Interested in his marriage. dy.Tydings & Co. m .top<< .tb.clrc gb said b.sla lung,' _



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It j Next Few Weeks We Offer Extraordinarily Low Prices on Dressers and Iron Beds ..

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President Roosevelt held an Informal WIERD PREDICTION MADE. NOTICE.In MASTER'S SALt
: reception and received the congratula ; -- AtTHOklTV OF A FINAL UfCBMINchancery

tions of the committeemen on his Fate of Democratic Ticket as portray. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof I) made by Ho*. JSMS W ......
sitting as one of the Judge al Its. t'sNtoal tttMn
speech. ed by Alleged Seer. Florida and for Marion county, Circuit Court in a ceruia ctMwtry mm totototttCMd
STRILESyztheic in Chancery.-Divorce. pending in the fntted'
MoWs CIe lilt
OFFormal HIS NOMINATION Miss.! 27.-A political
1 Among the Invited guests were July = the Southern District of PtorMn, to w*..aSivi,
Chairman George B. CortelyouGov I prophet at Raymond has put forth a Janie Morgan. Plaintiff; vs. WlterI rg n. H P. lleal is Cr.a|>latM.i sad rp M ......
--- Defendant. as administrator etc el si m B*<..u.....
ernor B. B. Odell, Senator T. C. Platt, very weird p rdiction. The Raymondseer the undersigned as master *.., SMI ".' >-
; Strike Is Possibh that the Parker and Davis pointed by the court will CIIMM. tut t *sX
Senator John says I_ named"alt..r
Ceremonies Occur at Kean. of New Jersey; Morgan be and he i* ell to the hiKbcH bttMcr 1st.VUHLit1V ... ...
former Secretary Elihu Root. Corne ticket will be elected. but Vice Presi. hereby required to appear to the bill of complaintin ld, 14" i Sagamore Hill. ct Est: St. Louis:: i dent Davis will die of exhaustion dur. this cause on or before between the hours of II' ... 4is.n> ..*..J
\ has H. Bliss and former Governor Munday, the jrj day tf October. A. D., /9<'/. day in frontot the south dMrrttttewM how*
Frank S. Black. Ing the inaugural ceremonies and tb in the city ol Ocala. Manu '*A_'. PWxIi 'lilt
I It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe mortgaged premises dH<<1.... HI mto ...
WAS SIMPLE IN ITS CHARACTER II FEAR DROVE HIM MAD. NZGPiCES ROUGHLY HANDLED on tha morning of June 17, 1906, at I published once a week for eight consecutive to-wif: All that certain piece or pare* ..f ts

I 7:32:: o'clock, President Parker will beat weeks in the Ocala Banner situate lying and bring ta the towMfct}. ft ftq..
I Chit-i I Done this the isth day of July. A. D. 190!. [isl] south, rangeiwenty-oM ill] "*rt. m ktortMi
Notification of Action of Convention Foreman of c/ -il-.s:: ( O'Neil, of Chicago, his home at E opus! and will div S T.SISTKUNK. county State of Florida town The...ii Mil
Strange Experience Gang Clerk Circuit Court. of the sontheast quarter ot secttos ,..*
Made on Benalf of Committee Rep. Pipe Layers. Takes w.ut.icn3 to Minimize the into the Hudson river and never come EDWI.SPENCER. (J6.1 and the wed tulf of Mctmv ,....*, ::.1
up again. John Sharp Williams, whois Complainant's Solicitor.: 622Sw. and the north htll of the suts...* psriee
rttcnting Every State and Territory Derby, Conn.. July 2S. The terrible Da.-: ::tr ct Rioting-Meat Wagons section twemy-sem [ir I mmA 'M _.tb_,
1 slated for of state will
fear of the unseen Inherent inhumanity secretary quarter of the southwest utuitof u< rmnsi
In the United States. E.c.rtu by Policemen. then succeed to the presidency. twenty-lhree [ij.J) and all the ritM Utte wi
came upon James garrett and drove NOTICE. interest defendants in Mid<*1&1IC In'M......-

Oyster Bay, L. I., July! 28.-President I him mad as be lay in a 24inch"water! Ci.c3rj: uuly: 28.-To minimize thE CAMPAIGN COTTON. twenty-three west quarter ol(',)the.1) and southeast the sonin astsrser.Ml sMtto ol mtsasi* tt

Roo eielt main 300 feet from its mouth. daLger t-i r.cuzs. shourd the packing i Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section the southwert quarter ol t...... .*...pm<
was formally today
((230)] or so much thereof .
I 8 of Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Florida. a Buy b Ms swrt 14
: of hla nomination for the presidency Barrett was foreman of a gang ol coalman: .<,) uieaipt to deliver meat to pay the amount decreed to the nmriHusCUKFORD /
I Proceeds of First Bale Go to Campaign! XTOTICE Is HEREBY; GIVEN THAT W. P. BiiO
by the national Republican convention. pipe layers engaged In laying l.OOfl Itc... cu.tc.i4t.rs with nonunion teamsters Fund. i> Williamson purchaser of Tax Certificate | Masetf.A> ft* r.*..

feet of 64-inch main pipe from Beaver CLei of Police O'Neill has giv i I $ XO. 241. dated the 2nd day of June. A. D. 1902.
The ceremony took place at his country I I Savannah Ga., July 27.-The bal has filed said certificate in mv office and has ---- -- -
lake to the Beaver reservoir, in course en iratiucU'-as that all hauling shall :I made application for tax deed to issne in accordance -
home at Sagamore Hill, 3 miles .I of cotton of Deal Jackson, the Albany with iaw. Said certificate embraces the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMIT

1 from this vlllaga In accordance with of construction between Derby aJ: bo <:0..3 en aalstead street. i negro farmer., who produced the first following described property situated in Marion TO SELL LIQUORS WINES AND BtITT1HF.KEAS *
Ansonia. las cLet Declares that all teamsterswill county Florida. to-wit:
I the with of the president, the ceremony I bale of Georgia cotton, was sold IB Lot &.Section 17. township 13 range 2$
Barrett though tired mentally and be protected from violence, bul' : said
The land assessed date
; being at 'he of
was made as simple as possible. New York for 19 cents a pound. Th MAURICE fcTRAP DOING
physically decided to inspect the jointsin to make this possible, the Hauling I the issuance of such certificate in the name of VV bu ine .s Stria.. & C. It.. AM vttfc
The formal notification of the action proceeds from the sale".to the.Dem Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed the Board .
ol Commi .. .
County >t tt far (*..
the pipe from the Inside. Working must be confined to one street, which according to law, tax deed will issue Fla.. his *
of the convention was made on I ocratic national campaign fund. Hr. county application tmtt to *.fl
himself forward on his stomach he'succeeded'in will be strongly patrolled.The thereon on the 151(1 day of August A. D. 1904 liquor., wines ud beer In HlevttM JfcrtHji .*.
behalf of a commltta representing : Stewart. who bought the cotton here, I Witness my official signature and seal this of said county and state: say eMteM stwli
} reaching a point about order calling out the packing the qth day of July. A. D. 1904.! election district
atate and territory In the United "Parker and Davis and directed 1I1'11how csisc. M *M Uanr*
erery labeled it I 7 17 S. T. SITSRUNK, be, at the .
I 300 feet from the opening, where he house teamsters affects many other m '" to MM ..
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla
States G. Cannon. speaker )Ion day,the lit dayol
II by Joseph that the proceeds from the sail Angust Beit wf sMk
I halted to rest. He was instantly In drivers as well. Those employed on permit should not be framed
j of the house of representatives. be so donated. ..
.T. NliTkIf K.
darkness and the pipe, coated with a market and delivery
wagons, Clerk of the BJirJ or
Cent o..h'1.
The day opened with ideal weather, NOTICE.Of "
; clammy moisture, was cold. Not a trucks tallow and bone wagons. bakery Not Suicide. Marion county, Fla. ,.
and for the
arrangements ceremony
I ) sound from the street above reached ice and express wagons are pro- Savannah, Ga. July 27.-Youn| v-
.ere completed at an early hour. The
Application For Tax Deed Cnder Section
him.For hibited from handling any goods to or James Persons, the Eastman drug 8 Chapter 4S8S Laws of Flonda. NOTICE.Of .

I an hour his workmen waited for from the packing plants. \Vnile it is
clerk who left a note declaring His intention 1\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D.

his return. Then fearing somethinghad said to be the intention of the packers to jump into the river, is still l." Robertson purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Applicationjfor Tn Dee t'thlef r'... .
dated the 2nd ot A. D has
346 day June, ,
happened to him, one of them to ship practically all the meat tc missing and the mystery of his di. filed said certificate in my office and has 1912.made Chapter 4$*. Uwsol Ftortfa.

started through the pipe. Three hun. outside points by rail and make no ef is unsolved. E. E. PerSons application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith 10TICK IS HKRSBV GIVEN HAf T C
law. Said certificate embraces the follow ..1' Baileypucha.oftsssjp
dred feet In the pipe the workman fort to take care of the by-products. the brother from Eastman, whc ing described property situated in Marion county dated the 6:11 day of Aug & t. A B iw, 1141 k*.

1 touthed the shoes of the unfortunate the strikers expect to cause the:' to investigate the disappearanceleft .Florida to-wit: made application for tax deed to tow to ac
came Southwest of southwest
i quarter quarter. sec. cordance with law txid certMcate
1I foreman. Barrett, his clothing twisted much inconvenience by shutting off for home, declaring that he doe tion 34 township 14. range 22. the following described property s..Mto< to"

\I! 0_________ _ and torn lay unconscious.By supplies of all kinds as far as possi-- not believe his brother committed suicide. I the The issuance said land of such being certificate assessed in at the the name date of of Marion Lot Ijof county.Bailey's FloridA.sob to-wit o( *.-i kill .( *M-

a rope attached to his feet he oie. E. E. Persons found that James party unknown. Unless said ccitificate shall : east xuarter section rr. lowniip 15 ,*... 11
be redeemed according to law.tax deed will
The said
being asses.cd at IW fete.
was hauled to the street. Five minutes Nine wagons loaded with meat were had pawned the revolver with whichhe issue thereon on the 15th day of August:A. D. I issua-nce of such certificate i i. the *MM.!<.M.Ik...*,

later with sent out today from the Schwartzchild 1904. unknown. L'nleusatd certificate sluH M t-
a physician bendingover
wrote he had tried to take hit
'k.' Witness mv official signature and seal this the deemed according to law, tn 4e4 ul1l
him, Barrett became conscious & Sulsberger plant at the stock}ards. life. It has developed that James 9th day of July, A. 0.1904 thereon on the sad da v of A......A. D tast

.\ only to leap to his feet and attempt to The wagons had been repainted, the lettering 7-15 S. T. SISTRUNK."Clerk Witness my !! signature and SM! HM M..
\ tried to enlist in the United States Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. 39th day of June, A. D. I
_ throttle those nearest him. It took removed high sfdes placed on marine corps, but was turned down be- .. T. MSTWSU
7 1 Clerk Circuit Court )Mars Ct. .....
l 18 men to restrain the madman. them and covered with tarpaulin as a I cause of the condition of his teSth. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
.. I There Is little hope of his mental re disguise. They were escorted from -

I the yards by a dozen policemen who ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
covery. _ _ REMARKABLE
r were relieved by another detail to -- THE day dissolved by mutual consent. Mess.

WASHINGTON'S ELM. guard them on their way to the north rs C. H. Burton and F.L.Bradshaw having sold oric' H GIVKX THAT Ofc THU
I Made Dents In Houses-Tore the Bark their intertst in said business to the remaining 1' second day cf jitnsry. A. D MS*. M
side of the city. From Trees. partners. The firm in the future will be conducted the administrator with the will UMI" testate
I! Historic Tree at Morristown, N. J. under the name of Reynolds &Company. of Mrs. Ellis Keep deces*.. I .5

Raleigh, N. C., July 2S.-Rev. D. T. said company assuming all liabilities and will present my petition and naal teptrt..4 ****4to
f411,6iI71I Falls Under Ax. Small Riot at Kansas City. collect all indebtedness said firm. The partners be discharged U such ImtvMHiM' to dw
? :; N. Ivey, editor of The Methodist ofthe firm bt 'g J. D. Reynolds. Lyune. Hon. Kobt. Bullock couotr Me tor Mtrtt*
J ; : Morristown, N. J., July 28.-Washington's Kansas Cityv July 23.-Not until tonight Christian Advocate has returned froma Fla.,D.C. Lee, Dotb in. Ala.. and Ed. Howell county, Flori':.. W 1'. AIAW4.Adme .

elm. a famous old tree which will the members ot theallied Vienna.Ga. R YOOLDS&COIPANY. with nUt .......
I visit to the hail-smitten district in Lynne. Kla., May 2Sth 1904.NOTICE.. I June 23rd. 1904. '"
the and trades in Kansas: vote the
has stood at corner of 'm. City upon Scotland county, where 100 farms -a

Morris streets for more than. a century question of a sympathetic strike. J. NOTICE.In .
USlVJ'T KOOBETZLT. were swept. He says the hail made .
and three has been A. Keeter, president of the Central Labor .
from a nsw photograph.] quarters cut down. : dents in the houses, actually tore thabark" .'
Washington had his headquartershere I union, has called a special meet the Circuit Court of the Fifth J...Mtol fftIi

wide veranda of the house at Saga during the winter of 1779-80. At ing of the various: unions; interestedfor I i from red oak trees and swept Of Application. For Tax Deed Under Section i. of Florida Manes cotBty.. iiCtatmf" ,

more 11111. extending almost entirely I away scores of farms, while in other I 8 of Chapter 4.SSS; Laws of Flurida.I Charles Cooman. Com jlaiDtsnt n. Jane C. Goomaa. *

around the house was ecorated with that time there was talk of cutting! i this evening to consider the mat cases the dead stalks of ruined crops NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ILIFF Defendant
down the tree. but on account of Its ter. Labor leaders assert that the alone remain.He H. Conger purchasers tax TT IS ORDERED THAT:rHH ,"'eu'1'
American flag from pillar to pillar.In dated the 6th of ??
day August.
3177. J. herein named be and she U has ,.__
beauty and great Washington men only await an order to out, ?
addition many houses in the age prevailed go further says the hail must have A. D. igoo. have filed said certificate in my to appear to the bill of corapUintto Into ...
upon the owner to leave it and that one thousand will be a ected. evidently killed exposed to it. office and have made application for tax deed to 00 or before Monday; tbe1tdaIEif4uju.t.4.
neighborhood of the" Roosevelt hom, persons issue in accordance with Jaw Saidcertificate
with standing. The first real show cf violence on embraces the following described property situated p.. I***.
and In Oyster Bay were draped
Since then it has been famous asWashington's the part of the strikers was displayr U in Marion county. Florida. :south ofnotrheat It is further ordered that a epjr M IMs sister
tllt national colors. Across the main ... Convict Escapes. Commencing at a point 428 2 feet be published once a week fr mr .nu.rt>it
Elm, and has been protected when Armour & Co.. trird! to take 20 corner of northwest quarter of north. weeks in the OcaU Ban,.,*.
ueet of the village there hung a Ala.. July 27.-Jo-! J east quarter section 28. township 17. range 26. I Done at OcaU of
Roosevelt and Fairbanks banner. in every possible way. When negroes in a box car into tSeir plant. Montgomery thence south 891% feet. west 1320 feet north 953j June. A. D. FlorUa this the tjnl *,

large LaFayette came to Morristown in the The strikers had learned of thepackers' Ray, white, has escaped from j 1 feet east 610 feet south 6i# feel, east 700 feet to [SEAL] 1904- >>.T. tMtaftiL
The special train bearing the members point of beginning; 2-3 water. Clerk 1 a..I ...... _
Flat He is : _
mines at Top. c
notification committee and early part of the nineteenth century I intentions and when the car I The said iand being assessed at the date of II. L.Anderson Comptttat i J4u..
of the of such certificate in the name ofI.
with burglary and grand larceny ? the: he visited this historical tree an mad" I came in sight there was a mob of -
the Invited guests left Long -Island M. Hudson. Unless said certificate shall te --
a short address under its spread In I strikers and strike sympathizers on was sent up for two )ears. Are I redeemed according to law tax deed will issue NOTICE
City at 1032; and arrived herb at 11:35 of $50 has been offered for him thereon on the Kth daY of August. A. 1 19004.I .
branches. hand to greet the TEe mob the
and seal ths
three of the membersof _ negroes. Witness my otriil signature
o'clock. Only 12th day of july. A. D.
the committee were were absent. ATTITUDE OF GERMANY. forced the crew to stop the train and NOTICE.In 1-15 S. T SISTRUNIC.Clerk In the Circuit Court of UK Fttk ftoJMMI CWo

then made for the car. Tne negroeswre Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. cuit of Flondi in sal fr MMtM ,..."
They were James M. Coombes. of
Ramarkable Change In Same Xas Taken pulled off and roughly handled, In Chsncery.
Senator Chauncey M. Depew, of the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit of I
; .
while a number jumped from the NOTICE M. B. Lanier Complainant *. ,.... .
New York who Is In Europe, and Place. car Florida Marion County.In I Defendant

Senator Clarence D. Clarke, of Wyo New York July 28.-In64: hours and escaped. Re Proceedings to Establish Tax: Certificates I IT is ORDERKD THAT THK MnuiiU
Several shots were fired, But no one 1"0277i, and 2780. of Sale December: A. D.. ..'..OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE herein named. Jrnnte tsnitf. fetto
under the
ming. there has been a remarkable changein I co.psrtnershipheretofore existing .
was hurt, and when the police arrived 1895. firm name of Gamble. Knight & Co.. at Dunn- hereby requited to appear totiM = M
c Included among the invited guests the attitude of Germany the 1>plainunt this cause on or betore lk.
says ellon Fla. is this day dissolved. account
) the crowd dispersed. Nb arrests'weramade. Hoack and all others whom it :
were men prominent In all walks of Berlin correspondent of The Herald.As To Augw.t may I due the firm are to be paid to Gamble & North Silk (tiy )/SsLitrmlirr. A. I*.. If**,
if 1.i Concern: and liabilities has been paid by the firm Gamble, ltlisurtherorderedthstassgqsf ... .....
Ufe. Among them were personal and soon as: the St. Petersburg gov. Today each of the plants increased VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT Knight & Co. L. W. KN.GHT. be published once a week for .S|... ........i

political friends of the president in ernment had given the Berlin cabinet 1. W. Allsop. by his attorney, Carlos i. bis- 78-5t. W. Eo GA IBLR. weeks in the the OcaU a"neq.
their forces all Witness baud and official... CM.UM *&
reporting steady prog. trunk, Esq.. has this day filed in this court his my
New York state life-long friends ana full satisfaction in the matter of the to establish Tax Certificate No. 2777 day of June A It.. 19....

neighbors of Long Island, includingthe seizure of the Prinz Heinfth and the ress in every department. issued petition December 2d. 1895 for unpaid taxes for NOTICE. [SEAL] t. T Mst*>,,..
the year 1894 and the costs on te northwest Cani.<>s i. surir'''''. Ofk Oman ON**.
pastors of the Oyster Bay Scandia, all idea of backing up Eng. quarter southeast quarter and south hall of CcmpIaiJU>> Sotkttof. 4 .|

Sympathetic Strike Probable. southeast quarter ot section 23. township 17 Notice of for Tax Deed Under Section .
churches and the officials of the national land in a protest regarding the passage acres ot land and also Application : -
containing 120
East St. Louis July 28.-A range 24. ; 8 Chapter 4S3, Laws of Florida.
and New York state Republican of the Dardenelles by the Russian sympathetic I Tax Certificate No. 2780 issued December 2d. NOTICE
0;. strike of the allied trades em 1595 for unpaid taxes lor the year 1894 on the IS HER BY' OIVEX THAT P.T. --
f organizations. Those present num. volunteer fleet was abandoned, and it northeast quarter northeast quarter of section NOTICE purchaser of tax certificates

bered about 125. It was necessaryto [3 authoritatively stated that the ployed at the packing plants here 26.township 17 range 24 containing 40 acres of ;os. 79j and 794. dated the 6th bay of August I A. E.nexedol. Deteue4 a4aiitrW *** w* **-
question seems more probable than at time land. The petition slates that this property was A. D 1900. and No. 3925. dated August S, !, KJ. Dcteue |.**. _*ft.i H*
limit the number on account of the no longer Interests Germany.Was any assessed to the above named August Hoack at 1901. has filed said certificate* in my office ut" d.ay If a J I JfI. IF. .....
HH1 and the lack since the trouble began. ff the sym- the date of sale; that these certificates were and has made application tor tax deed to issue
isolation of Sagamore issued to the said petitioner;but that they were in accordance with law. Said certificates be will present his n_nil ...___N She.
of facilities for the accommodation ota Not Murder Declares Jury. pathetic strike by these allied tradesis lost or destroyed at a time unknown to the petitioner brace the following described property situatedin county ndge for hat addta ... Mk .. a
not ordered, it is stated that almost ; and prayer is made that the said certificates Marion county, Florida. to-wit: discharge. This yth 4y of IIA
larger assemblage. On arrival at Atlanta. July 28.-The coroner's jury may be re-established in accordance with North halt of northwest quarter and south V. &
all the members of these unions in in such made and provided. 3UeIU6I5ADMINISTRATORS'A Mh fesSiatte llsM
11111 the committeemen WeT the statute cases halt of northwest quarter of northeast quarter I
decided Tuesday afternoon that George of certi-
and according to substantial copies section township south. range 23 east.
East St. Louis will walk out 34. 4 -- --- --- --- ---- -
received by President Roosevelt. Mrs: Ray who died early Sunday morningin anyway. ficates. attached to the petition filed. The said land being assessed at the date of the
Chairman lien secured in St. Louis by em Now. therefore. you. August Hoack. and all issuance of such certificates in the name of NOTICE
, Roosevelt and National the Grady hospital, came to hjs others whom it may concern ale hereby notified Unknown. Unless said certificates shad be

George H. Cortelyou. All of the house death from an overdose of morphine, ployment agencies are coming across that vou are required to appear before the redeemed ancording to law, tax deed will
the river in squads and are being tab Hon. W. S.Bullock. Judge of the said court. at issue thereon on the 8th day of Aug.. A. D 1904. ATOTICE! IS HEREBY OfVfcM THAT I W.....
guest of the president were gathered taken by his own hands. This verdict his office in Ocala. Manoa county. Florida. on Witness my official signature and seal this the i> on September 11\)&. 1404. prwMM to MM

the veranda and as the occupantsof exonerated Estelle Bryant en care of in the camps established" by .. Wednesday. the 2sth day of September. A. I).. 5th day of July,A. D.1904. Robert Bulloek,county;**je to s4 tor Unto*
on 1004. or wherever else he may be tound on that C 78 S. T. SISTRUNK county Fiends 1I1yl"' 'tstn4 MM**** mt
each carriage alighted they were woman held on the charge of poisoning the three packing companies in their date. to show cause why the said certificates Clerk Circuit Court Marion County Flori'1a.NOTICE. final settlement at admliirtrator .l She .....
yards. It is asserted by the strikers should not be re-established. of E. M Henderson. deceased a..lwtii Mk W
welcomed by the president and each Ray. The jury reached a verdict Witness my hand and official seal this xSth a final discharge as suck aimtotolrMit.this ..ieJ.

was presented to Mrs. Roosevelt. after three hours' deliberation ovei that the packers are doing very little day of July A.!>., 1904. March u. 1904.
! I S. T. SISTRL'SK.Clerk W. T. HKKUKRAOif .....
killing and that much of the
At the conclusion of thee informal reception I the case. Circuit Co Jit. I 6m Estate of F. M. lie..tom.. 't
., are wasted as the result of unskilled Niel A. Weathers. D.C. 625
notification 8
1 the ceremony of Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section _. -
BOLTS DEAL. DEATH. labor. --- Chapter 4*>S, taw of Flonda.I .
U began. While the members of the NOTICE. NCTICECF FINAL DISCHARGE

family the house guests and some of J I I NOTICE IS ,HEREBY purchaser GIVEN ot Tax THAT CertificateS W. C. ::1

I the clatingulshed1sitors were assembled Five Persons Killed During Severe DOUBLE TRAGEDY. Nos. 104. 112. 115, and 254 dated the 2nd S THE 4fH DAY OF Al'OPtT .* "Ull

majority of Electrical Storm. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof dav of June, A. P. 1902. has filed said certificates O undersigned will present Me MMMto ..4
1 on the veranda a I in my office and has made application vouchers with H". ... B.llvck. sissy n4C,
Woman Slain by Lover Who Then Florida.in and for Marion county-In for tax deed to issue in accordancewith .
;4 those in attendance gathered on thesawn Hazelton, Pa., July 21. Five persons and ask lorafinalsettieaieirt esE *) *
Said certificates embrace
law. to2jiem .
Chancery.W. administratrix of the nut tI Jsjlto f.
facing the veranda. I were killed here late last night Takes His Own Life. Betnice ing described property situated in Marion coun- IOn,deceased 01..4 .sa,,,,
C. Cleveland Complainant Va. ty. Florida. towit: I rU:<<:D A
Cannon rose to deliver : during a severe electrical storm. Pueblo Colo. July 2S.-Mrs. J. J.
When Speaker Barr, et. aLv Defendants.IT Northeast quarter of southeast quarter of section m AMIssii.iI.ADMINISTRATRIX ,

his speech of notification, he was At OneIda three foreign- peaking.. Afflery was almost instantly killed bya IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTSI 25 west 6. west half naif of southwest of southwest quarter quarter of section of section:as. -

greeted with applause. miners and a boy were Instantly kilt bullet from a revolver In the hanoa herein named. Bernice B. Barr and RobertW. township 12. range 25. and southeast quarter of
be.and are hereby required to appear of section township NOTICE TO CkO.P
At the close of Mr. Cannon's address ed by a bolt of lightning while sittingat of ber lovers John Anderson, 'who immediately in the Barr.bill of complaint in this cause on or be- range northwest east.quarter 34 13

the president advanced to the veranda a table. All four were terribly afterwards shot himself fore The said land being assessed at the date of the ITORS.
Monday.the Th.day of September A. D. x4. issuance of such certificates in the names of H.S. '"-'
railing and standing under a great fes burned and the clothing almost com through the heart. Wit is further ordered that a copy of this; orderbe Harp. W P. Cheatham. Dexter Hunter 'lOTICE N IU&IIY GlYJUI TO Ct.*.
1\ .ITnItIS..si4 sil
4i toon of American flags, delivered his pletely torn from their bodies.At Jealousy is said to have been the weeks published in the once Ocala a Banner.week for four consecutive and redeemed Unknown according Unless to said law certificates tax deed will shall issue be having iton.lefltcn.claims or demaa ........ Ii

address in response to the notifica Quakake Valley lightning"strr cause of the double tragedy. Done this 2Sth day of July. A. D. 1904.S. thereon the J 6th day of August. A.D. 1904. Joan 1'. Edwlm d.cuwt t\eJ .$. vssainewithin 5451..
and seal this 'Wo f"nOt
tion. As he faced the assemblage ,the home of Miley Hinkle, Instantly Neither party has relatives in tb? Clerk T. SISTRCSK.Circuit Court. theI2thdayofJulY.A.D.Witness my official 'ign&ture 1904ISC thtlthcJ'44aJof.

be was warmly applauded. killing M. Hinkle anj seriously Injuring city and both bodies were taken to thc TCLIS: E. BIGGS. By Neil A.Weathers.D. C. I S. T. sIsTarNK.Clk. "-.T f Atnii4ri4.ImW.UD.Las6t' !
Complainarl's Solicitor. 729 .Circuit Conrt.M non Co.. Fla. :
At the concluion, of the addresses her daughter. morgue. .

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Dispatches From the War Zone Show I I THE TE APOT CflOCERYt 1

that Both Armies Are Still Actively I :

t Engaged In the Struggle for Su- ..-- --. ....
C premacy.St. _. ... -- '"4_ -.i

Petersburg, July :CO.-1:25 p.
Iit -The Japanese advance against m'l "
eral! Kuropatkin's armies seems at
to have begun in earnest. QALITY COUNTSa
1 They are moving up strcnjly: from t
the south and have captured Kan
pass, on the road to Hal Cheng. An.

other the objective movement of the is also Japanese reported at ,present but- Heinz's 57 varieties of Pure Food Products are the i

seems to be Hai Cheng. .....
:tt i Official received here shows ;;
the fighting at Ta Tche Kiao and to best
of the cleanest equipped
t the several southward days.has been progressingfor output largest ]

) However, according to the last reports -
h had received not evacuated this morning Ta Tche the Kiao Russians establishment of its kind in the world. In preparing 1 1E

(1 ,
I but were falling back on that place

t; strong fighting, The force a Japanese continuous Sunday had morning rear advanced guard againstthe action in these goods purity has always been the first considerj j

Russian position at Datchapu 12

Mt a,". r the miles General great north Stakelbery superiority of Kai ,Chou.as of the forecasted In Japanese view of in, ation combined with the most: rigid care and inspect=

these dispatches, did not attempt to
offer serious resistance. The Russian of
0k I losses are not ascertainable, but it tion every department.
admitted .they amount to several hundred ......
men.General '

1t. j tinuation of Kuropatkin the advance reports of a Japanese a con : WE HAVE THEM IN 3

column along the Saimatsza road, at I --

t.t N Press ready dispatches announced from in the Sint Associated Sin Tin. t: Tomato Chutney Euchered Figs Queen Olives Evaporated Horseradish ::

t :'-: Gold Medal Worchester Sduce Pearl Onions Sweet Midget Gherkins :t:
Messenger this morning prints a dis-
a St. Petersburg.July 27.-The official :: Peper Sauce Chow Chow Picklesveet Onions Preserved Sweet Mixed Pioklw
a patch from Liao Yang dated July 25,
a announcing that the Japanese main- :: Celery Sauce Celery Salad India Relish Sour Midget Gherkins ::
tained a terrific bombardment of To
e I Tche Klan throughout the day ,but E: White Wine Vinegar Pure Malt Vinegar Pure Cider Vinegar
that toward evenings several of their
c batteries having been silenced by the Heinz Vegetrriau Baked Beans, with Tomato Sauce. Prepared Especially for Vegetarians who ::

Russian No estimate guns, they of the retired.losses on either : Prefer Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce. Without Pork. They are Free from Meat or Fat. :
a .....
: fide Is furnished, but Judging from the .
J : 1 ......
nature and extent of the fire, the engagement t1I .....'
f { was 'a serious one. r I __-
t The dispatch says:
a "Throughout the night of July 24 TOMATO CHUTNEY INDIA RELISH 3
" t the Japanese wer ebusily engaged In + ......
tt emplacing batteries on the crests and

d t lopes and at of 4 o'clock the neighboring in the morning mountains open, E Is both appetizing and nutritious, Is a delightful, appetizing sweet .
ed a terrific artillery fire on the Rus-

\,\ alan their position front, which at Ta was Tche 9 miles Kiao long.from E It is made of the whole tomato pickle relish, It is prepared from :

a t day The,entirely firing but slackened continued at 7 o'clockthe toward throughout and Japanese stopped the E E: and seasoned to such a degree as finely chopped vegetables, TheseMG

u a sian retiring artiller from yanswered the mountains.the Japanese The Rus- : to make a relish that pleases the are highly spiced to obtain that ::

J .,i fire hotly all day long. E taste of those the which lends the .
a "According to the reports of eye- appreciating piquancy zest to
witnesses, the Russians silenced three
of the Japanese batteries", after whic EE delicate flavor of the tomato, appetite
the Japanese fire ceased.
1 I The Official Messenger does not --'.
1t II .... ....
I make any announcement regarding the :: .....
status of the volunteer fleet uiser,
which, It was generally expected, I. Sauce is Palatable and Wholesome Relish
1tI would do this morning. E Celery a Especially Adapted

Mukden,July 27.-The latest reports, E X X X; For Salads 2C :i dv 0DON'T
. __. received here are to the effect that Making ,
t the Russians, with about 100 guns in
action in the Ta Tche Kiao engage- .
ment inflicted serious losses on the
Japanese and destroyed many of their
I munitions. Japanese attack on the
t< center of the position was repulsed,
Ii but the Russians were ordered to retire .
I yesterday and occupy the heights .
a 6 miles north of Ta Tche Kiao. Thimovement I
When can get Pure Fruit Preserves as cheap as make
was carried cut in good or' E you you can
I der.

I i, ." t ATTEMPTS FAILED. them yourself. Heinz's Preserves are made of pure fruit and graulated ;

)I K Efforts Made River to Start, Mass.Up Mills at Fall E E: sugar, Only bright, ripe, fresh, whole fruits are used, :

1 Fall River, July 27.-Attempts to I II .
1, start strike which,made failed were by tied today the up cotton In liy all cases yesterday's mills,here save, We Have Them ill 3, 5 and 10 lb. Crocks: ,

that of Hargraves No. 2, which was 1E

; able to opening open one of or two the departments.The second day. I Strawberry, Red Raspberry, Damson, Blackberry{ apricot, Peach, ::

IN II found the situation practically th

I fame resume as work yesterday.at the Efforts mills made which to = (fipple, Quince, Pear, Etc. Try Them. ;.

Started yesterday, and failed and the .... ...
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strikers consider themselves Just as .
strong as at the beginning. .
The Seaconnet an4 Bourne mills
also opened their doors, but no em GROWN
ployes entered the gates and after
I- waiting for about an hour the man r
t ai ment ordered the gates closed. .
" The members of the state board of
arbitration having left town without
Interviewing the labor secretaries, Yours For More Business.f '
I there seemed today to be no immediate .
prospect of any proposal to settle the ....

I Taggart Elected Chairman. I
New York. July .-Thomas Tag. 1'EAPOT
fart, of Indianapolis, was unanimously GROCERY.
elected chairman of the Democratic
national committee today. The meetIng
had not been in session long before .

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