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: May 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.'

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111111111111111illllli11111111l11i11111111111l11i11i111111" " " " " '" "111111i111i11l" I A Study in Genealogy.To 1 I A Very Destructive Fire. Mrs. Smith's Card Party. .....1.-....41--.- ..-.--..- 1-.- -.-..-.
the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Mr. B. H. : .
E TAKE 1 I Seymour is running Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith entertainedat
I The distinguished 111.wyt'r".nd jurist, along hard lines. Less than two i BUSINESS i t
a very charming card party Tues.
Daniel's Tonic Pills Judge William T. Gary, who died In years ago be was unfortunate enoughto

| | I Augusta, Ga., last Thursday, was the have bis! saw mill, located about day afternoon at her home "The. : IRRIGATION. !,
three miles north of town, totally Paluif,'* on South Second street, and .

4 fc For Malaria in all forms. Xo cure no pay.: g youngest and last surviver of six destroyed by fire; a few months ago it was like all the parties given by
brothers who lived to manhood.
.-.-. --- Three of the brothers his barn caught tire and it was also this popular hostess, greatly enjoyed. I i to: i I
were lawyers
destroyed consuming besides the
-- Progressive whist was the feature of II

--- :I..r": >> ---- two doctors and the sixth, John H., building a lot of hay, grain, etc. the afternoon and was entered into I. : Crops about Ocala ne .l :

--- JJ with William T., was a studenjin Wednesday at ten o'clock his mill in with much spirit aud animation aud ,! : water just now. We cant

-- ". the northern suberbs of the : irrigate them but
I South Carolina College, at Columbia, city was good scores were made. The fiat wo OlIn :

_-- (r.i\{:" -1_ when the war between the states I entirely consumed it being set on tire prize was a drawn work handkerchief : and do thank our frtertdii :
-E.. 0. .c r.; broke out He was elected captain of by a spark falling on the roof from with a border of tenerifl wheels I : for their iKitronag and :

.-- I I __ the eollegecadetswho volunteered togo the smoke stack. The alarm was sent Mrs. Edward Hiller was the winner : ask them to direct .t..ir :

ea-- -- in hUll the fire companies respondedbut of this : neighbors to us. j
to the
-- 'I -_- I capture of Fort Sumter. In lovely trophy. The booby .

i, 1863 he was killed at Fort Wagner, unfortunately it was discovered prize, a very handsome minature
-- l" 'I --- Charleston harbor, while command that the mill was located so far beyond pack of cards, was given to Mrs. H. i O i
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r -=>> the water limit that it
of that battery. was impossible L. Anderson as a consolation for ti
Col. :S. M. G. Gary, the oldest and to reach it, the fewest games.

-1 POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE 1- I Dr. '1'. P. Gary, the fourth were residents iI i- Not only the mill aud machinery After the games refreshments wereserved i illUllfloE&CHA[ C M m -

== Prescriptions receive careful attention I of Ocala. were destroyed bu a large quantity of and the conversation was W
-- -- -- I General M. W. Gary, a Jaw)er of both rough and dressed! lumber.Mr. ticulaily lively the election being the : BANKERS !

1l jl1jl jl1jl '.' !! Seymour's crosstie cutter and
111l11jlljl1jlljlljl''ljl1jlljl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jllllljl1jl"I Edaefield; S. C., entered the war as chief topic1 of conversation. Mrs.! e Ocala Florida :

I captain of a in veneering machine which he had I Smith's party was N111111/u1w
company Hampton's
- -- particularly delightful .111/111/i1i1@
.- .. recently erected and patented was .
Il Legion, and before the close of the and was characterized by a II J ---- -

... war rose to the rank of major-general. ikewise burned. very pleasant informality. Victory for the Ocala Juniors.'

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE These brothelswere The loss is estimated to be between The The Ooali Junior
: lineal descendants following were Mrs. Swath'o s limvo ** l t tBelleview .>

of John Knox, of Scotland, by five and six thousand dollars with n guests: Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs Saturday an.IIM tW. Nr*

LANDS. his second wife, Lady Margaret insurance. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. William Anderson noon played goons of boar bets wild

Stewart, and she was a lineal descendant Mr. Seymour's misfortune is very Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Edward the tint tune of that plays

of Robert Bruce. The line of greatly regretted by his friends.: Hiller, Mrs. H. W. Little, Mrs Fred Vogt and Mo*.* 144441 were

descent Is well authenticated. Their Before the fire companies had returned William Sinclair, Mrs. 0. T. Greene the battery for the! Juul*M ...l the
If have phosphate lands wish to sell
you any you or
ancestry on that line from the Seymour mill fir Mrs. Allen ) other members of ih team '
lease on royalty communicate with him. previous: to Munroe Miss:! AbbieMunroe ., whir )> >>
Robert Bruce, and tor three genera the alarm was alain sounded and the Mrs. T. T. )Munroe Mrs. A. ed iu this gamettv U rda*l UttJ*,

tions after is the tire proved to be in Yates house opposite H. Marsh Pratt Morris Nor
same as that of Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs wool I AItd"flIIHI,

Queen Victoria, who claimed that she Mr. John.,Taylor's at the end_of J. J{. Austin, Mrs. ,Yo V. Newsoui, Harry Iullo'!k, John Mwrrt, (rapt

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postofice BlocV. Ocala,Fla. I was: descended from King David, Fort King avenue. A large crowd Miss Lillie Brumby and Mrs. FrankDrake. Teague and Pej'tou lUik. '. .,).

the sweet psalmist of Israel. This descent soon collected and as: quickly as possible I. Accompanying the tMIII 'u"e ftItf' v
.._ 111M' h...... .
:w RI!! the tire companies
h aid to have been in this way : proceeded to Gun Shoot. number of rooter.. Km Vot "u'hrI

ledekiah'soluestdaughter tied with the scene. A small hole was burned i I a tine game, fanning awl t..*., ... ,

3m ELIZABETH: HIS, Local Editor I :Mr. John D. Buckalew, of JauJPo:; her sMer and the prophet Jeremiahto in the kitchen roof, the damage being One of the[ most interesting!: events I j men. He wtMtpUitdiitly. MhMl l"jr
of the May Festival week
burg, New Jersey, after spending the Ireland, where ",he was married to ,very slight. at Tampa I! the entire team ami tlHr....lt nf the

e HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I winter and spans Iu Ocala, will ''\\'\:, Hareman, ksug of Ulster. From ihis: Juggling With DynamiteIs was the shooting competition Friday I i game was a score. tat 8 Ui H IN favor ,.r
morning under the direction of the
I for his home to-day. :Mr. Buckalew union was descended( the ancient I: the OcaU J uuiof"-. Tn! |pt** wtaa
: more dangerous: than to neglectkidney Tampa Biy Rod and Gun Club.
Mr. Sidney! E. Hiller went down to is a regular winter visitor to our city kings of Scotland, the maternal I j umpired by Claude Gatr.
f disorders.i Foley'a Kidney : There were l entries in the various !
Floral City Tuesday. and expects to be with us again next ancestors of Kobert Bruce. His .J The t.oYM"sty they l.*4 t '..r)'
I Cure corrects irregularities and has eveuts. The first honors were won
grandfather of the Bruce line came splendid time and weT trmt t ..l inner
Mr. J. A. Jtmlou came up fi&m year.Mrs. cured many severe cases: after other by Mr. John A. Hansbrough, of
John ) over to England from Normandy'with royally by the IMIt"vl wltN. ANH ..
Martin Marshville K
Tamp Tuesday to Gist Iris vote for treatment had failed. li builds up Tampa, who is a brother of Mrs.
{I Ga., is the attractive guest of Miss Willum the Conqueror. other things; they had a btf |4<.>1"
favorites.Mr. the worn out tissues and restores William Hocker, of this city. His
Annie Mae Standley. Mrs. Martin There are hundremis of citizens of I health dinner prepared: for them ai4. !twit.
Benjamin ti.: Weathers came vigor. "I was troubled record was 87 out of 100.
was before her marriage a few months the United States, perhaps thousands! with kidney complaint for about two visit in every way wtm m.t.. |ay*(*.
up from Floral City Tuesday and Mr. Clarence Camp of this city
&zo, Miss Stella Knight, of Valdosta, who have this: ancestry. Among years" writes A. H. DavU, of Mount The Bellevitw team wtM 4y a
cast his first billot. came out second, his score being 84
0 and has visited Ocala on several these are the Witlll.r"l' "on!! and Bre gkeuritlges Sterling Iowa., "but two bottles of return game here Friday *ll.m.MH).
out of 100 and Mr. JacK the
Foley's Kidney Cure effected Camp was
W. Lee Miller of Gainesville a permanent '- --
occasions. of Kentucky, the Pre tous
I cure" Postoffiee! Drug Store. third man with a score of S_'. Cured His Mother of Rheumatism
was" in Ocala Tuesday. She was accompanied aud others: of Virginia, the Garys I

by her litter son. :Mrs. Cnas. E. Taylor has! received a an 1 Evans, of South Carolina, and I Baseball Wednesday.The Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and "My mother has been a PWkrrr. fur
Mr. Jack Camp returned home l'at- many years with rhHiutAtiow," ..
postal from Dr. E. Van Hood. He have been told that Gov. Brown, ball game on the south Third >
Fou BALE ,CHEAF Two one-horse uiday. W. H. Howard, of HutbaiKl, Twin,
thimble skein wa ousi; new has just arrived in Jerusalem. The. war governor of Georgia, and Gov. street diamond Wednesday afternoon __ "At (time! she wa unable to roo'**

5 6 2t* &. G. M JROAX.Mls card was eighteen days! in transit, and Brown of Florida, were !branches of by the nines captained by A Pleasant Tennis Party at all, while at all liaise! wftikinc *....

----- it is quite a novelty to thos who I I the same family tree. Valmore lzlir and Morris Smith was Friday afternoon Miss Sue Anderson painful I l'ft't't'l1t.-d her wNli a ,,'.
Llzzi Teague, after spendinga tl<* of Chamberhiln' Pa la .
I j a very interesting aud iiaftrrn .1
have never seen one before. ( promised) KiuDa'iJ: "Thine pretty game gave a tennis party at the courton
week in O.'allreturut'l} to her These few application ito WM" 1' ,tit ii t
house pod thy kingdom shall be established : younir boys are fine ball players Fort King avenue. Her gjiesln i the
Word 11ut.'l'n WHS UMM4 wuutirful) mla .--
afternoon received here
home at Lady Lase Friday by and bid
to become wereMisses Lulu
forever before thee experts. Motxly, Alice Bul- lirver
: ; thy i>.htlu..1 ev.r irtal, 'In fartI I."-

.. Mr. Tom Harris returned home Hon. George K. Robinson announcing throne shall established: forever." | juice a number witnessed the game lock, Louise Scott d nuie :Mathews!, ioDt'v..rwut..HUI& unto dill w *i a>'

Tuesday tfterno from Jacksonville. the death of his brotlter-iu-law, If Quten Victoria was correct this and greatly: enjoyel it. Annie Atkinson and Madge Sims, I lames able In .....IAo. An .ex drimxi! 1

beie he had spent several daj'H.Mrs. )Ir. Fred Boworth! of Providence, promise:; has been literally fulfilled in rank Harris,jr., pitched for Izlar's Morris Smith, Rilpu Robinson, John application of Pain Httai kerpti ati..J
} the
R. I. his death pain that the WM formerly IM/Mblul '
having occurred that descendants! of David through team and Pat Mize assisted him behind Juhan, Jim Taylor aud Sam Teague. with." For sir
toy Anii'OMNM
Taylor and little quite suddenly at his Home I the bat. The >|>-
Chafmau a Victoria battery for Smith'steam Pretty little tennis
even now occupy the I racquet shaped oly Drug Sfu,.. m
sou. of Blackshear, Ga., are the days ago although he had! ( not been most important thrones of Europe. was Harry Bullock and Morris score cards were presented each guest
iuerts of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby.Mr. in good health for some time past. Smith. The game resulted in favorthe and a very joyous afternoon was The f.lkrwiu4r r4Mler't ; 111ts1etttdrrisinais
Mr. welt lw of (eteeert 4. lt'
and Mrs.
Bosworth in of former
Jack Deuby returned Wednesday were Ocala team the score being spent in the exhiliratiug sport of
for short Whooping Cough.In people in Oeakt: 4
a winter before last! 3 to 2.
tennis.; Morris
from (Gainesville where he went won the prize,
the spring of 1901 my children Fannie Ottetwwwr .t -L, appUani
on their way hoiMe from a visit to The following i U the score by innings a pretty stick pin.
t to vote iu the primary Tuesday. vs. (L $. HeoU ,...
-- I Cuba. The friends of-Mr. Robinson had whooping cough, says Mrs. D. M tm, .**., ai'|
Mr.I J. \\'. Crosby is up from his W. Capps, of Capps, Ala. "I uSl'dChamberJain' : After the games the young people pellee, MsrHHi twHjHty. {(MM* r*
sympathize with him ro his lo-s. Izlar-1 0000101 0-3 went to Miss Anderson's versed! '
turpentine still at Auburudale to :! Cough Remedy with home ju t Division A.) Opiftton hv

.I the most satisfactory results. I thins Smith000011000Umpire across the street and refreshment Cockrell, J. murri < ...... i>>

spend a few-days-with-- his-family.Mr. A very entertaining and delightful this i is the best remedy I have ever Harry Rubin. were served on the lawn. The party Hocker, J., dWllrriilag' AptehMi hy ti i

A. E. Haudley, of Holder, meeting of the reading club was held seen for whooping cough." This Carter P. J. Hie bird .MtCouatky :I.ul!
was a .
great! succesil.Engagement
head ookkeeper for the BuUgenba.ehlho with Mrs. C. V. Miller Tuesday after- remedy keeps the cough loose: lessens Warning. W. K. Zewad+ki for apdl..l.. K

the the se\erity and frequency of the You cannot have good health unless A. Burford for apiwiltw.James .
in cityTuesday.
: was Mrs.
phat Company noon. Miller} read a beautiful Announced.The :
coughing spells and counteracts any your kidneys are sound for the kidneys M. HLb:1m. apfHai, v..
article on the life and act of Beethoven tendency towards pneumonia. For filter the blood of impurities following cards were received Herbert A. Ford, .j'iHf.. bVt riiHi

The Daughters of the Confederacywill acd an article on Jean Paul sale by Anti-monopoly Drug Store m which otherwise act irritating poisons Tuesday afternoon by the friends of county written opiuloti (LHvMM M

hold their regular monthly meeting Richter written by Miss Emily Ford and break down the delicate organs Miss Peyser: O. T. Green for apjwiUut.. & Ibi raga

:i this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, was most interesting.\ Current events Meeting of the Whist Club. of the body and cause serious Mr. and Mrs. Charles pearance for al'pt-Ilee.
Another extremely pleasant meeting trouble. If have Peyser announce -- -
you kidney or
1 the residence of Mrs. Len Doziet. '
at were discussed and
quite a number rh. Revival
der trouble engagement of their Sorrier
of the Original Whist Club was and do not use Foley'sKidney

t Mr. Kalford W. Ditto, .. who has of Richter's "Maxims" were read by held Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. W. Cure you will have only your- daughter, Gertrude, to Mr. Bernard The revival .service at the MHii

j $ been seriously ill with typhoid fenrr Miss Gamsby, the president of the V. Xewsom being the charming self to blame for results, as it positively Seligman Wednesday April the dist church are being In4 l iUil').

r for several weeks at his home in club, and Mrs. J. J. Gerig read a short hostess. She was assisted by her bladder cures diseas all forms of kidney and twentieth, nineteen hundred and morning, afternoon and Blfltt, sad

f Jacksonville! U greatly improved and sketch of Richter by Carlyle. The mother Mrs. S. E. Waterman and Store. PostoSiee Drug m four, Ocala, Florida. all afe urged to come out to UH> .*.!.

will be able to be out in a few day club will meet next week with Miss little Misses Elizabeth Xewsom and Miss Peyeer is one of this city'smost vices. Great interest l It ttegfa iM-
r Married in Ocala Sunday.Mr. .
Till will be gratifying to his Oeala Brumbj Jean Austin. attractive and lovely young rested in the preaching oTjItov. J. L
J. E. Sherouse and Miss Cora
f ri uds.Mbss The Woman's Foreign Missionary Progressive whist as usual was girls and has many friends and ad. Morrill, the evangelist In eturg*. His .
Gillis of Electra
were married in
Ettie.LCaru: and Miss Della Society of the Florida Conference, played and the scores were marked this mirers wherever she is! known who an earnest prachtf and a to I
city Sunday by Judge Bullock.
Moore took theirlschool classes out on )[. E. C. S., will hold its annual by Mrs. E. L. Carney. Refreshmentswere will be greatly interested in the worker and has been W8I-dnfIlU:
They are two prominent
yo'ing people
the guwmerfleld road Friday afternoon meeting in Bartow May .6-:3. A enjoyed at the conclusion of a of that section and this above announcement. blessed In bin labors..
paper ----
and they enjoyed a highly delightful number of prominent visitors and very delightful afternoou.Irfl.. S. extends to them lbest wishes. Mr. Seligman is a prominent and Growing Aches and P al.*.

picuic.IJThey went out in missionaries will be present" and add T. Sistruuk! won the prize a cut glass Iopularyoung merchant of Columbus
They returned at to Electra
once to Mrs. Josie Sumner, Jkeniewl Tel .
several wagons and the afternoon to the interest of the occasion. Every bon bon dhh. Ga.. and is to be congratulated
I reside. writes 'lprll15, JOC't)< : "I have *.. .t{
i was a great-treat- to the children.' I auxiliary in the state is urged to send Besides the members of the club Quick-Arrest.J. ---. on leis choice. Bal lard's Hnow LluKt( .ni in .y "nt'

Weihe, the jeweler. has bad made a one or more df legates. Ministers and Mrs. Newsom's guests were )[rs. W.Is. A. fly for three yeat*. I wtwtd let ,...
Gulledge, of Verbtna, Ala.
new watch cas Ifor his repair work others interested are cordially invited I Bullock, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. was twiee in the hospital from o severe, I WAXTED.-Agents clerks and hustlers, salesmen without it in the hooM. I guitar u* _
everybody who wants it on my little girl for gfewiafaud
: which does away with the taking and all ate requested to obtain from I Il G. R. McKean, Mrs. Mallory Liddon, case of piles causing tumors. After to enjoy a good hearty laugh to send aches in her k&* It (ltsval ia h>"

down and hanging up every day of I their station agent a certificate showing Mrs. F. L. Watson, Mrs. 0. T. Green, doctors and all remedies had failed, 50e. for "KIH to Agents." Worth $50 right away. I tiue .(.-> -.I it f..r

k his watches. Helnow {Iputs the entire 'I that they paid full fare going and Misses Johunie Liddon and Annie Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly arrested to person who sells: goods for a living frostbitten feet, with PI IU' ....

cafe Into the large safe he purchased thus secure the reduction on return Davis Mrs. E. K. Nelson and Mrs J him.further It inflammation and cured If not satisfactory your money back. It is the best Ji huff)& I25c. e1iMP t1P tl," -j
conquers: aches and kills Circular far
stamp. White
Electric oOe. and !t. AIIid'l..lI'tt4Jl'
H (few days-a-o. _' ticket. )I. Fishel. pain. 2-jC. at Tydiugs & Co. m Comb Co., Decatur 111. S.fi.tf Drugstore tlh'


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Tired FeelingIs I i Marion County's Primary S Vote Tabulated. .

Special to the Ocala Banner.Jacksonville !
a Common Spring Trouble. '
FJa., 11-12,1904.
It's sign that the blood is deficient May 1904

in vitality, Just as pimples and other Taliaferro's election at first primary -
that the blood C n : 0I ; .
eruptions are signs Upt.
assured indication.
Is impure.It's : by every U. S.Senator It Dist Governor I Representative : Sheri@ Assessor Pnb Ins I Treas Jlit Dist I and Dist t 3M MMj (11 i! Liu IJttfI

lead Barrs I ---
continues to at a great .
a warning, too, which only the I I : II i :: I i : i : I !I Ic :'I .. .

hazardous fail to h ed.Hood's rate. Incomplete for governor, Davis j I i PRECINCTS = 01'-I. o I == I m- ".0.i II _!. I I ;II ,;It::j -\. I ::I '"" I'' I ., t .-.. .;.. r ";";' !, I. I I j
I It
3,552; Broward 2,138: Mays 2,622. \ a I m o of I I I m ill :cU : ii I m el I 5 t 5 :: 2 I ; ; I .. :: 1VI : J 'I I .
Sarsaparillaand : : I ..:.\ I '" '" ..1 ; 511 .: I ..I 0 : ;0, ;:. :; = :? I 1 ii'j i
Pills hheats, Abrams and Crawford appear 4:1 rL: I. rn ;: I. "" ; I I..eo ,i I r ci' x 1'!' V < ... tJ S I 1 ;: I7 I I'.1.: ;'I' ;, Mi__

Remove it, give new life, new courage to be leading. J. O. L. I'ocata.''' ._.........._...... 1741: 1991 951 2la; 42 221\\ IfYl 68;; us', 2/0 257 191 203: I23 6o 66 2431 ISo ; J5I i; / 90 331 233 1S7 ....j. .. _..1 I 1'"

strength and animation. 2 Reddick. .................._ .... II 2-4' sl 20 20 12 1 II 7 31 20 21 4.2S: I ;- 371 I i_ .... -- ... _'.-.

I 3 I FlemlDgton .................. ... I -- ... I I : I. 't r' .. .. i._
They cleanse the blood and clear the Later. i -''-" -I- 6. 30' aI 29 ... I -. -- ... .... :?.... .... I
2 : I

complexion. Special to the Ocala Banner.Jacksonville 4'I Cotton Plant.___ 2 2 i!,I 4 24 S j 41 I3 I I2i 51 10 1 22 51 13i: I S 171 I" 10.'r'22 ,! 7 4 36 _.1,- $ If :__ 1_. I, _.f fi. !! .. .

Accept no substitute. .._._.... ..... .... .., -1-. ..I -. -, .II.... .... j, 'I ... -. .... 1: .. :-- .... .... j j1 ... -... ...... ... !..
May 12 04 6 p. M. [ --1. I 1
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"I felt tired all the lima and could not ; ,; i- i I ::
hard.-- ......... I 2
5 23 7 22 2t .. ..1 23L.: 12 1 i I r t 3I I.. q U _. --.j"--
Bleep. After taking Uood's Sarsaparllla Taliaferro sure winner in first pri- U""I" : .
a while r could sleep well and the tired 7Shad.Gro'.e.I .._......_ 211 2 101 7, 6 10 6 13 I 4 2 21 U 13 l.fj 6: 3 2 u II !! IS i! 4 I 1q t o II _1_ ..

feeling had This great med"1ne has mary. Clark leading Barrs by 1000. 8.bummer eld__............. 7j 1 6' 12 I I ... i .
gone. I 71 I 5 I 16 2 21 6 II IS 7 S: 3, (i 4 14 71!_ I:.... -1.... ... ".1- .. ... t -' ..'_ ,
also cured me of scrofula." MBS. 0. !I. Davis and Broward in second pri 9'LakeWeir....__... .. II 16 6 I5 I 6 18 16 16''I' I' t '. I i I! I I
Boor Gllead, Conn. I 6i I.;, 91 20 I 3, 91 II 1,; (i I 2lj 7 I.f ;; 14 ul tS .. .... .. ,_j

Hood's sWaparllla promises! to mary. G. W. W. 10'IIOSSBIUi i1 ...... .... -.... I I IQ 22 sl IS 10 i 31 24 _- 81 I 12 I 25 10 20 51 I I!I 1 I. 19 j t!r 5 1 I 30 i!' S 10 25 .'. -... ,.....I.e". I Ii1 '_1.

cure and keeps the promise. 11 I Graham"il1e ..-- 3 13, 2323I 351 i 1 57-._. ..... 5 46 57 17 71 I 7. IS 32 qol I 24\\ 5Qi< i I 17 II 51._ ;;.... .... ."_.j.I 1 .-1 I

H. A. McEachern. I2,:salt Springs ........ .... 00'I_I_II .. ..I.. .... !' ... -. -- .- -I-I- ,I.- I '. I(1-,: ... I ...... .. .....

FIRST PRIMARY The credit of the sweeping Talia 23,Fort McCoy -..........- 61 Iqj; 24+, 10 55I i 9 24 6 7 I 29 25 4'I J4j, I 29 11 21 ... 1- i- ... :,.... j.- ...- ..... _w..

ferro victory yesterday was largelydue ...... ....... 13I 251 I I ; .f
14 Orange Springs 3 2 311-. 34 .... 3t 10 15 4 IJ 3' I 13 36 1 2 :_ .... .. .w '.. h'J
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to the business methods pursuedby 15 Linadale.._...___.. _' .... ... .... I .... i I I ....
Result In State-Indications Point to I w !I., -I- I- 1-. I- ... I;.... .... [1--" ... ... ......1..

Taliaferro-Davis a Close Second. Mr. H. A. McEacheru, the financial I 16Citra ...................:. ... 2 10 10 I' 41 21 49 J! 644 17 2 U 8 S2 61 61, 34 19 ,5 3-41 I 29 1_ -... !- ... .-. 1_. .

director in the Consolidated l 117Anthony.; ..........___ 3 21 29.24, ,' 23 40 32 29 10 101 IS1 36 45 35 27'' U! 13 28 57 19 31 !{ 45 J9 62 .... .. .. ... ......: a a. I.

i From Thursday's Daily. Naval Stores Company of this city. .._......_...._ I
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18.1\lartln. .... II .. 2 i ..
2j 51 5 10 9 6 ... _
I Owing to the length of the ballot 21 4 -.. 6 61 4 3 9 ; I... I. .... l lI ....
:\McEachern is distinctively nota ......... .. .... I I I
19'5t1nton no II 4. 5 Ii I 20 8 8 8 ..... I
the count was slow and tedious and I I 11! I I 3- 15 13 5j I 3,; S i7 7 14 13 II !_ .i II .1_. _to.
politician, but a: most successful 20'Blitchton.' ..___..... 2t IS 51.6 I i
14 7 471 21 24 x
not finished in some precincts I 19U/ 39 31 1i 2Sj I 44. 1r l 45 10 9 45 J'-t, .1... -"',_ ...
was business man, and he was induced to ....... .... II I I I. I
until afternoonVednesday.. ew 3 4 91 U) 5 19 41 9 U 2 I Sl 15 20 10 9' 4 6 5 20 5 23 !_ 10 IS ... ....1- I.I JC ......!. ,.
take charge of senator Taliaferro'acampaign 22'McIntosh. ......__.._...._. j 141 I J .. .
The following are special bulletinsto 2' 10 31', 44 13 b4 4 47 26 .2 15 IS 35 64! 5 7 ; n.... :-i.. _.- ._ 1_ .._ _.. '...... ,.w .

l on the grounds that thebuYiuess 23 Pedro ?........ ...-.....-.-- _- -I I....I... .... .... .- i7j 31 I;' II 5 I r I I ......;i-L..,
I I'1 '" t-- -
this : IDunnellon ,
paper ;
interests of the state demaned 24 ....-. ... ...- 4 51 Ii 126 a 110 57 79 19 43\ 37 IOj 58 II IiO! 2.... liS I 271 i.-s .. ;.... ;l.... !I.... I j.; .._ ......'_!.....

11 1904.-Re- Mr. Taliaferro being returned to ....... ..
Jacksonville, May 2SCandler --- 5 10 4 2 7 5 U I 3
to 2 6 '
t4 15 i. 'I' 5 3 12 6 .... y_ '_'j'
turns coming in slowly. Indicationsare the United States senate. 26 sparr.......... ........ I -I
I -- 21 14. S s JO 1I .....
I 2 15// 51 9 4 5 5 I 14 20 4 10 IS 7- .... :- ... ;_ __ :-_... .
that Taliaferro has been nominated Feeling this responsibility un- ,,ureka......__...__...._ I 4-1 ; ; 1-// .1,1.
27 _/ 6 ... U 31 26I... ,
t .
I 2q 30. 2 12:34 5 291' 41 i 26 ; 4 _.1} } ...... j ._ ... .... .
first primary by a good major- prejudiced by any factional feeling, z8 Levon ._ _.... / I ..... I IzI f I'' I I' .
on "' '''''' 00' -I--1 5 22. 23-' 17 8.. 3 26 IS 21 3. I 4 22 i! 6 ;_ .... :- 1-- .. ". M.... i j. .

ity. Frank Clark leads in all parts of Mr. McEachern went immediately to I'Kendrick.-.. ..... r 2i/I 9 61!I 5 II I, 3.I2. 2.... 5 9i II 7 4 3 I 2 8 8 I 9.: 05 I4I 2 ;I 15I I 7", .w I",_ .I .. t .. ... ff.i .

the second district by a good rnajori- work organizing the state for Talia I ........-.. .......-....I 51 I I I ,I I I I I I( I I ; I j
,I 3, 4 191 3 20 I 3i 10 5 13i 9 I4 20 15! 3: 171 2 II 16 1-1 i,?._' !- ''I( II.. I. _I301lartel ;
in the lead for ferro and the rtsults of yesterday's I I
Davis is largely Fairfield. I I
ity. 3 : 'I 1 I [ 5 3S 30 "I 9 31 4 30''I'S t6 s i (- '1- I" ....- j- JIi; '1 e .
governor with Uannette Mays a very election show how effectively he suc : _

poor second. A second primary will ceded. Straightforward, intelligent The above is the most complete report to be obtained today.

be necessary to decide the gubernatorial business methods were only used by I ,
L. 0. F. him and white those who know Mr.
question. OPEN LETTER TO MR. SISTRUNK. goats whose commercial value would interesting sermon at this place Sun- May air. ID the afternoon .... IMfe*
McEicheru expected Ihim to win the
fall below zero, to prey upon his day morning and evening.Mr. view bare ball else twl the Ikah
PRANK CLARK IN THE LEAD. sweeping success of yesterday'a eUe-
i Anthony, May v, 1901. neighbors crops, climb his houses and Carter is o<' the sick list. Junior jJayed' tut ItttmwiittfThough PYr

Jacksonville, May 11.-I shall probably tion surprised even them. My Dear Sir:-Your favor enclos do all manner of mean things? Your Mrs. Wever, of Ocda, is visitingher baudl- **! bT tfc* pDwaaa.sof .
Mr. McEacheru can look
lead in first primary. Morally Today I proposition, to allow districts to vote sister .
: Mrs. Wever of this place. "profea.le.inai" )4jF... IN !.*. 0"
ing me a of circular letterto
backward with satisfaction to the copy your
certain of ultimate nomination. out the fence is satisfactory but Miss Maude .Robin ou returned to iMtoiuy team, Hdfevtow ptlsatty
the voters of this county is hereby
work he did and he can feel especially
May lead in Duval. and will when you say that they must also at her home at Willistou Tuesday.The held her own ai"J kept tfc t aeo.a ..... "
acknowledged pardon
CLAKK. gratified over the fact that not a you
FRANK their own expense keep out the members of the Baptist churchat to 6 to U in few wf 0.... HM .....
for little
of the
discreditable action can beheld me a criticism same
single I stocks of those on the. outside it this ,
well place met Saturday and beauti team warn .ueow4tagwl In do ttMif
as as a few questions asked
BROWN LEADS AT FORT PIERCE.: at his door by any of the men .
I which I think should for strikes me that you have not viewed fied their church yard and did other beet l>y the 11 ifmi..i... of tfc.if 0ft.
Fort Pierce, Fla., May 11.-Hon. C. who were defeated.-Jacksonville ; you answer
I. the benefit of that large class of people this subject from that broadminded necessary work. friends who liMa tfo4r. duty iteM U.. "
received a
M. Brown this precinct Metropolis.. I II i known as the agricultural class or I standpoint that its<> much deserves.Ifur Miss Minnie Wilson is visiting her for them. The Kc4te....>r bola ,.vruiiMiiitni
majority of thirty over .all J. TrCKER.opponents.W. Board of Trade Meeting. I i:I truck growers of the county. one think it is time that the sister, Mrs. Lewis at Mon tbrook. in (Mtitmanly pi.he .d ta.. 1M. ., I

An important meeting of the i,j Your knowledge of jurisprudence stockmen should no longer be pettedto Mr. Monroe Freyermouth returned uiNl>.4. MM! ......, rl ti.

the detriment of thai class who home
Friday. .
visiting tenu.Mrs.
Board of Trade held last night j extent for
BROWN AT KEY WEST. was: | a great capacitates you ..
contributes so lirgely to the support Uncle "John" Lanier visited hisdaughter Tnw WMMtor tl
I and a reportadopted which will be the position to which you aspire. baby,

Key West, Fla., May 11.-Five I awl welfare our ruianio.i country. near Ocala List week let urn.iug Tampa, arrive )fIn altyt inr a rtal
presented to the city council at its But a man may be learned in the law
precincts give Broward 450, Brown Yours truly home Sunday. with Mr*. J. I. X.4.w.TuetxUy .
next meeting. i iI i i and then lack }l1Ie of the essentials
Davis 120. Light vote polled.H. I P.
250 A. BASKIX.
The board pledged itself as an or- j i that element which would make hima DUNNELLON NEWS. w*. ti hear day fur ..... '
H Mclxsis. "
ganization and as individuals to i s-latesmait. Still when pertonpro- Senator Taliaferro's Victory View voter, Lane llw ttt MilOuntydeHMeraUr

work for the proposed bond issue and Lasts to legislate for a people the matter The Dunnellon school closed Fri. pftMMty a..... M
Jacksonville, Fla.. May 11, 7 p. m.Taliaferio United States Senator Taliaferro, .
the recommendations made will of tquity should never he lost day. Freeman' .*Hp, IW MMMiritMl rla
nominated safe majority from all indications received up to 2.. .
: by
appeal, we believe, very strongly to sight of.This Miss Ruby Bra ell has gone to'' thin Wat... *.l id the town hil At
I p. m. today, has beeu nominated byyefcterday'.s I
)Davis l adiog.
the intelligence and patriotism of Lakeland after teaching school here the latter J. Ii. .14p. wai r/..'t.d
brings me to the salient pointof
I primary by such a large I
H. A.
the voter. that for eight mouths. may'if, J. N M*.4. a.a.r.ur toad ......
of letter under the r
part your vote that it i is the general opinion he
The report of the committee will head line Fence fence" in The Duuiiellou school had a picnic leetar,1'.1V.'k.*., tbrfc MIU u.**.
Successful Candidates in Marion. or no will not have to go into a second pti II i
be printed in tomorrow's at Blue Springs Saturday. uteri land K. C. Mi*** J. A. ",-....*..
The indications are that the following piper. which you say, "However if the mary with J. X. C. Stockton.It .
The matter of oiling the streets, in district :\trol. Biskin and oa, Alouzo returned J. J. NVIwMi, ('. ,\. TMttr. MM! I* f.SIcCM.a4aa0
people agricultural
candidates were elected in Tuesday's any must be particularly gratifying to
home Friday after ........... Ua .
primary in this county viz: celebrating the Fourth of July, etc., otherwise, desire to enclose the district Senator Taliaferro to see the hearty spending tt* 1

I wen discussed and committees appointed and stock from runningat several days at Anthony.Mrs. Hat".o4'r" titriet. T..h.rr I.
For the legislature-Carlos L. Sis- indorsement: he has received from the I
to take same in hand. large in the same and will fence i iUuit..d Turner and daughter of Inverness ..rk.**.. sad hrvhs .... ; fur trI''t"'
I .1
trunk E. L. Wartmann. people of his state on his record as a
Messrs. R. A. Burford, B. L. Hall, and maintain it at the of the who have been visiting! Mr. ..........r. 0MtM ,I. r4Mtrl" +Itci f
Clerk Circuit Court-S. T. Sistrunk. expense States! senator, for in this
Harvey Clark, Howard Clark, '1'. W. people of said district and without and Mrs.V.. 1) Edwards for the part I for skald, ....... r. tMIIY.wslIaY
For County Judge-Robert Bullock. record Mr. Taliaferro made his light,
ForSuperiutendant Public Instruct Smith aud A. L. Atwood were enrolled cost to the people of adjoining dis and the verdict yesterday tells most week have returned home. II I ........,. AIf.v; .................1 t t,+ Y

I us new members. Miss Kate Priest and Miss 1Verrhig I I..tt lt<> tMtffMlif0r. rUUII' 1trs
ion-W. D. Cam. tricts", etc. Will you please tell me eloquently how he stands in the estimation i I }
--- ------ the fairness or the justice of such a of Citronelle are visiting Mr. and u..rer, .... ,...; ....*, t '''''UIWIII'uar i iMl i
A'5esor-AHred: Ayer. Sheats-Holloway, of his fellow citizens in
proposition? Mrs. Wytcb, of Rockwell. I, ski. __ aed ,......'.t.I..
Collector. L. Carn? Florida.Mr. .
The arrest! of Hon. W. M. Hollowayby Miss Smith of HomoUSA, F.dR+r .........
County Commissioner.--: -John L. Is it not as fair for the man who Taliaferro conducted a clean w"1
Hon. W. :X. Sheats for forgery has shopping in Duuiiellou t
Edwards, S. II. Pyles, N. A. Fort, H. created a great sensation in Gaines owns cattle hog or sheep to be compelled campaign from start to finish, aud Mouday. *. (MHMy, .f 1r1*.hlh. IU.Utaff .. f. j 1
Messrs. Albert Miller
W. Long, W. D. Bobbitt. ville. The trial has b.ecu set for May by law to enclose them, as it is although he had the most vigorous I I! of Ocala, have been and in SaufonlJewett Dunuelloii I I I rt. )lr.{ IMM! M. K ('. *MflIH 1

19.) to compell the farmer to fence them i kind of opposition, he completely I, 4jr MMWtttaf at .ttt* (,'(.k .'iIlse !
on business for the 1 h t few lla
Candidates to be Voted for in Second out by fencing his crop m? defeated his opponents. + )II. K.v. )lr. UMAte tMtiir.! ti I
Agreit witnesses I I
many including A few of the young people of ))UDU. 1
Primary some prominent people have been There has been a time forty or fly There is no doubt but that the people Later lark, Mier _fttb.... I
; ellon
enjoyed a trip out to Turner'lIL3ke
FOR GOVERNOR. summoned, and the way matters look years ago that your logic might have of Florida believe he is the man Wednesday. durl4i, .IM .....t r",... ..,..... I 1

K. W. D.iVilpol on B. Broward.FOR something of a sensation may develop the semblance of fairness to it, but for the high position of United States --- Mr.t ail Mr*. WMIMI Kith sad m I

SJCRETARSTATE.: The Sun says that Mr. Hollowayfeels that tiiie, if it ever was, when the senator and all attempts to decry his BELLEVIEW. Henry, m4 Mr. J_ "'tt...,... j

II. Clay Crawford, Janus E. confident that he will win out in great area of waste land belonged to usefulness: to Florida have proven I Mr H. )1. sale s4sd 4thildNa. ctl I

Broome. the ease. the government. Certainly not since abortive. Mrs. P. W. Green and little daughter OBala, e&N1V tMwa far the atelluid. Mtertatnialrwt 1

NATIONAL COMMITTEEMEN. -- ----- --- these lands have passed into the Here's to Senator Taliaferro May Mable, have both been quite ill spat ....... I

J. B. Browne Cromwell Gibbons. "I feel as if I should fly to pieces." hand of private ownership. he live long to represent Florida in I for the past few days.: The thtt8lJ 01 uft Usw were uta' ,. J

FOR SHERIFF. How often those words are on a wom Again, who contributes more to the the United States senate.-Jackson- Friday being the last day of school for, S4in4ay tat aq.... the '.......i I

Henry Gordon, John P. Galloway.Ion an's most lips.the .nerve They express racked to condition the utter of support of the government? The ville Metropolis. I the event was celebrated iu the ev l1- rervie4.. el'.UMk" tAI4J b t

man who has bought the lands aud ing with au oM aad
Farris, formerly of this city the body, which makes life a daily a very fine entertainment ttap rt ***** ..l UM 1
laid the axe to the root of the tree, BLITCHTON.The given by the children in the rae.
martyrdom. town
defeated Frank W. Pope, jr for jus
If this condition had come suddenlyit and transformed! this country into .a hall, which was filled to
tice of the in Jacksonville everllowlng
peace by a Mrs. Kate
would have been unbearable. But veritable paradise, producing the farmers have commenced to with friends and relatives. I I I It"tHHtI. ... ....., ct. H.
I Everyone
big majority. the transition was gradual. A little Young, formerly &f U4. ... aN. *
necessary garden "sasa"! to feed the harvest their oat crop. I spoke in highest terms of the ,
more strain each day on the nerves.A visit 1 to'frlfll4t Imo.
Circuit Court. people the north at a time when Mr. John Sanders died suddenly at well chosen! and excellently delivered HM lawns baa
little more drain each day of the been fur the
In the circuit court yesterday the i vitality. Any woman would be gladto things are frozen with them, bringinginto the home of his brother Mr. 0. S. program. After the entertainmentthe of theOcala J> at tm- ,..,. ill 4a4'$" i

following convictions were rendered : be rid of such a condition. Every this country the money that oils Sanders Thursday morning at 4 prizes offered for largest numter "tIIlu.a"y tI-fi........., ..I"" !

Ida Meek and Lee Howard assault woman tries to be rid of it. Thou- the wheels of commerce and propelsthe o'clock. He was a middle aged man of "perfect" marks! and for attendauce II...... ("-Ia.1iIIo 1M,.... ha I

with intent to murder; Will DeBose sands of such women have been cured machinery of our social and of about 39 years. The cause of his were distributed and the young folks been in the nllnM4 Mtvin (a 114West. it
by Pierce'a treatment with his .
burglary and larceny. "Favorite Prescription" when local political fabric, or i3 it the man who death is supposed to have been heart went home happy. They tI(1t't t let ia>rr tb.Ir Atparture i j
doctors had entirely failed to cure. owns a few scrub cows, a razor lack failure, as he was seemingly well on Saturday the annual school day Uf' 1w. lor "j4rt.s. .
Lost.-Two mules about 141 hand burg H.
"Favorite Prescription" contains no hog, that is unable to get sufficient going to bed. He leaves a brother anda this year was held C.hffe they will shalt 11I.
black the other under (
high, one brown. the )rD1{r'. 1iIr aa 11
Finder please send to Cotton Plant to opium cocaine or other narcotic.MEBHOHIMM. nutriment from forty acres of these few distant relatives to mourn his beautiful oaks of the town hall park. 8Plrtanburl1lr., I. Y-ItC. fr"... t.& i
sns rw
the Barco plantation or notify W. J. woods.to make bristles of commercial dead. The bereaved relatives have Everyone, old and young: went to turn to his du lea lu Ike.I..t'wort, ilif l i

Lohrig at Ocala and receive reason value. Or the man that turns loose our sympathy.Rev. enjoy the delights of the al fresco mother will likely rwtuUi lu l ..p Itai.

able reward.


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Jt4: r ;i ThE OCALA BANNER. .


The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People/*




I From"uesday's Daily. I CLOSING OF THE C MPAIGN. Resolutions of Respect. j

The Local Candidates Bombard F. & A. M. Fort McCoy, Fla. j j
Inheres in the faculty to get other people working for you.
Ocala With Wit Humor and In as much as it ha pleased Almighty ;;
f .. Letter Secretly Printed and Surreptitiously I The late Thomas S. Kennedy, of Louisville, Ky., did this
OYAvas. Eloquence.Our God, the Great Architect of ;
Circulated Yesterday the Universe, to remove from our i\; when, in 1845 he secured a policy in The Mutual Life
county candidates were greeted Insurance of New York for
-Mr. Sistrunk Replies. presence our beloved brother, Charles i i Company $5,000. Dividendsto
with a large audience at the courthouse I ,
the amount of had accumulated this
the Thomas. on policy,
A circular letter reflecting upon Friday night whom I
Whereas, We deem it our duty to making the total amount paid by the Company $11,807.
character of Mr. Carlos L. was a noticeable sprinkling of the fair
express our sympathy to his bereaved The net premiums paid by Mr. Kennedy amounted to
of the
was .urreptiously sent out to the pre daughters city.
wife, relatives and friends; thereforebe I $3,465.88, making the return over cost $8,341.12.In .
cincts outside of Ocala yesterday, The Marion Concert Band pdri oti-
it writing for information about a policy of this kind, state what you would like
but the friends of that gentleman by cally furnished most delightful music
Resolved, That in the death of to receive in cash at the end of limited payment period.
accident got into possession of one nf which added much to the pleasure: of
Brother Charles: Thomas ihe lodge has
i them and called the author to task the evening. I the
ARI NPOWDER lost an earnest and zealous: member,
and had him wire to the parties to Hon.Raymond B.Bullock] was masterof MUTUAL LIFE
who shunned not duty and
illtroduct.'d the was a I
ceremonies and
whom they were sent instructing i
: strict adherent to the trusts of
them to have the same destroyed: speakersaud in doing so gave to eacha I our INSURANCE COMPANY OF
ancient and beloved institution.The .
Underhand measures of this sort bouquet of beautiful and choice

Absolutely Pure usually rebound and have the opposite flowers. church a deeply pious member, Oldest NEW YO R K Urgwl *

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE a consistent follower of Christ and in In the
ettect from that intended. The meeting did not adjourn until avery
an humble and zealous America RICHARD A. McCURDY. President worWCECIl.
worker in the
late hour and it is for :
Like the guu of Hudibras: : impossible
cause of the blessed master. WII.COX Manager, Jacksonville FU
-- ---- -- outline of the
L ''\\Tietheraimedatduck or plover, us to give even an
U2A ELIZABETH\ HABSIS. Lcal Edits Always kicks the owner over." speeches but we do not say it as a com The community a citizen upright __ r ..

1 We believe this incident, instead of pliment but simply as a fact that the ill character, just in dealing and

, j HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN injuring )Ir. Sistrunk, will result in speeches! were. so good, witty, humorous I J I patriotic to This country, whose life S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILL E

1j 1 his election.He and eloquent that the people of I I was such that to know him was but I S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
1 j .
Medicated Suit Itrick fbrtok.Oc to love him.Resolved .
makes:the following reply to the Ocala were most agreeably surprised,

:a : aUSeed Store: Sole Agents. circular above named : and compared to which the senatorial That we tender to his
t Feed
Livery and Sale Stables I
J 3 t It's all over now but the sleepless Ocala, Fla., May 9th, 1901.To and gubernatorial candidates are I grief stricken wife, bereaved relativesand ,

J t nights for the defeated candidates the Voters of Marion County not in it.Speaking. friends the heartfelt sympathy of

I t and the shout of the victors. I have met the various candidates for in behalf of Ocala and the this lodge and pray the great giver of I I We carry the most completeline s

I m f the legislature from this county on the all good to comfort and sustain them !
entire county we say without reservation of Harness, Saddles, etc.in .
Mr. C. J. Joseph, of the Montom-
and have discussed all the important
stump in their sad affliction.
try Cooperage Company, is back from that we are proud of every candidate central Florida, and will give
in debate with them .
issues Resolved, That these resolutions be
on the list, and are sorry that
a busings visit to Montgomery. and no charge has ever been broughtor every one of them can not be elected. spread upon the minutes of our our patrons the very lowest ": i

9\ Mr. W. A. Murphy, a prominent laid against me or my fitness for A Wonderful Invention. lodge and that a blank page in the prices."r e are thoroughly y: ,.

young man of Fairfield, spent Sunday the otUce of legislature, for which I record book be properly inscribed to
I equipped for fitting out turpen- .
It is interesting to note that fortunes -
iu Ocala and was a guest of the Ocala am a candidate. On this, the eve of his memory, and that a copy of these
made the invention
r are frequently by '
House. election some individual, too cow- resolutions be furnished to his wife tine and lumber teams, gear,
., t \ __ __ of articles of miner impor- .
; The prettiest and most upto-date ardly to sign his name, has i issued a tance. Many of the most dopular and relatives and also that a copy be wagons, etc. I t

t Hue ">f toox paper: for ladies' correspondence circular, stating that if elected I will devices are those! designated to benefit given to the pipers of the Bounty for

can be had at Tydiiigs & serve a taiiroad corporation and not the people and meet popular condition publication. We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers II

Company's and the prices are reason I ?, and one of the most interestingof I Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
. L able, too. the people of my county. I denounce these that has ever been inventedis I J. \V. Stevens, M. L. McQualjr! W. i \ Side Court House.We r. drain. Fluorth .

f this statement as a wilful lie and I the Dr. White Electric Com, patented I T. Forbes, committee.From -- fA
.1 t MiwJiuet: Priest, of For: McCoy, j
futhermore that I do think '
state not
I Jan 1, 99. These wonderful f

: left Moo-l ty for Macau, Ga., where that any of the various gentlemen I combs positively cure: dandruff, hair I Saturday's Daily. Have Just Opened .}.

: she will take a coarse:: iu the Georgia I who are running against me are falling out, sick awl nervous headaches I i U. D. C. Convention. i!

Alabama Business College. responsible: for it. I believe: them all I and when .used with Dr. The United Daughters of the Con- 'j
White's Electric Hair Brush are po> The Newest, i
I Miss Ellen Nubias! came down to be honorable gentlemen, incapable itively guaranteed to make straighthair federacy have been holding their an- The Nobbiest, .

t from Reddiek :Monday afte.-uoju to of stooping to such a dnstardly, curly in 2-5 day's time. Thous- nual convention the past two weeksat The twt'lle"t, !$

1 visit Mrs. E. P. Thgard, who we owardly attack, such as the writer of adds of these electric combs have Lake City. The meeting: openedon ci'I

4 I regret to learn is quite ill. I that circular is guilty of. It must be been sold in various states of the Tuesday night, the president, Mrs.R. STRAW 1-1 ATS 1
Union, and the demand is constantly C. of Jacksonville '
-- I some bet onal enemy who dare not Cooley, pre-
We use only pure drugs; in com- increasing. Our agents are rapidly 'I To be seen
come out in the who has dane siding. In Ocala.
open :
1 ounding prescriptions, and we don'use becoming rich selling these combs. ;
this. I have lived life I insight I There are a ]large number of dele Caall and we.
'I the drugs that are "almost the my openly, They positively s ell on sight. Send ,

. 1 I # name thine" as the physician of the people of this county, samples.: Men's size\ 35c. l ladies,' gates in attendance aid they are receiving !

i .eribe Our rule is never to pre-I I where I was born, and I think the 50c. (balk price while we are introducing royal treatment from not only THE CHAMBERS SHOE y o.

.] & Co'J : them.) The Dr. White Electric : -
tute. Tydinga only result of this attack will he to the Lake City chapter but from the I j
+ -- Comb Co., Decatur, III. o.6.tf. OCALA, FLA.
Col. V. J. Shipuiau. manager: of the bring me votes. Respectfully. citizens general! I 1 .
Montezuma Hotel, returue.1 Monday CARLOS L. SISTRUNK.: The Picnic at Carter's Pond I On Thursday evening the delegateswere I -_ -

Our county canvassers were splendidly : I given a reception at the Hotel
afternoon from a -blJrt'i lt of Lees- \ "" J J "---!

burg! where he has had charg,:,'pf the 1 t A CARD FROM C. :I. I5ROW.V, JI:. honored Friday at Carter'sPond I Blanche, which waf.l most charmingevent. isiIE IL"I

Likevi\v: Hotel for the pat winter.. If anyone believes that the l' r uhr It i is a beautiful place and forI On Wednesday afternoon WE EAT MEAT

r I I that I had pruned regarding )Ir. 'c. several: years past has had an annual i ttieretas: : a delightful lawn party and .."

i M-. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and L Sistruuk's candidacy impugn** in picnic at whi 'h all the )people of the I Wednesday: night at the University j i ii To grow stroiif. UH!.M we RsJ

little )[b:4uui + Blair Woodrow, I I any way his honesty, iutergrity and community, men, women and child. I auditorium the delegates enjoyed H ; I !4 IM)t corm we may M well let

MM rather; 11'etthersatA: MiMona: I ability, I wish to siy that such was reu, assemble The large hardwood !' splendid concert. 'i' ,' u ,, it alone There !h iw *tn>ttg.|.i

Hiller returned Monday from a few not intended and never thought of. I trees give a dense shade, &wingsru- !l The convention will clove today. j in tou h mtt-iiit of ....

days visit: to Mrs. Edward Holder at II believe that the people1-* interests seats, a dancing pavilion, trysting The officers will be elected at the i 1 ) ing it take atre Hflh t.o....*+t

Dnunellon._ I would b safe injhis hands.C. places croquet ground, etc., have morning meeting. Mrs. S.. Eoteler I, it. It tea]a to I* earful la

Miss Valetta: Potter returned home' :M.: BROWS, JR been provided' to add to the enjoymentof i I Thompson!: of Lake City, will lie' f. ? buying mwt b- wire to get

.-. .. Monday ufitruoou from Tampa, -- --_.--- the visitors.:: I j elected secretary and Mrs. Fannie R. '' the beit-tender ao+J .1MIe. 0'1

( where site was the guest of her A Sure Thing. Yesterday there were three or four I Gury, of this city, historian, It is not Pay a little more if wl beadleputsomethtuginyeurrto
i'..u iulr'5.. Charles Marshal for the It is said that nothing is sure except hundred in attendance and the local known just!: who the other officers will Mk ek

f May Festival. Her visit was a most death and taxes, but that is not altogether candidates felt highly honored by the be. P.; 1 ,, which will put feli eri JeW

t true. Dr. Kin 's Sew Discovery atteu ionssbo\\! them. 'a f ..
11ellhtfulone.; The daughters in a body called on xr' bones and strong blood la 7
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t for cousiuuptiou is a sure cure for rn\ ;+ r
Mr. Charles Y. Miller was elected General J. J. Finley and the visit was .
i Ir. Juliea Benjamin, of Atlanta, ah throat and lung trouble Thou

s f 80n of Mr. Simon Benjamin, who ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. master of ceremonies and introducedthe greatly enjoyed by both the daughtersand P BROS.
formerly lived in Ocah, is on a visit Yah Metre, of Sheperdstown, W.11", !-pe kers in a most affable and General Finley. The general is

." says "I had aevere case of bronchitis pleasing manner. in feeble health. Pi I Stalls 2 and .I City: 'Market Ocala Fin.
t here: to his uncle, Mr. Herman lienjamill. I
J, and for a year tried everything I The speeches were along the lines Mrs. and Mrs. Harris
in the for ; :ill 1.iiiLG! 1 L1 I _
He will remain: city heard of, but got no relief. One bottleof .: gi1$@:;;;: 8rf1
r already reported in these columns the delegates from the Ocala chapterare
i a week or ten day.. I Dr. King's: New Discovery then -
__ and were listened to attentively.The .
.I cured me absolutely." It's infalliblefor being very delightfully entertained -
t Miss Louise Harris had the misfortune dinner was a most bountifuland Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. Jernigan.

I i to I e stung on the eye by a monia croup and, whooping consumption.cough,Try grip it.pneu-It's magnificant; one and those who by ''tr"\1r""r"f"'r"r\'r"r"-'r"1"" '\ " "!" \' ,," " " "!' 2

,I I bee Monday morning while she was I Ii guaranteed by Tyings& Co. m t went from Ocala are loud in their Exposure.To EARLY

i at school. While the pain from the Trial bottle free. Reg. sizes oQc. Sl.OO. praise of it. cold draughts of air, to keen and STARTING

sting was quite severe there will be At the Bowling Alley. The Carter' :Pond picnic ended the cutting wind: sudden changes of :::- II of great important Iu =J

f, no bad effects and she will be all One month ago when Mr. H. S. local canvas in the county. temperature, scanty clothing, undue == r;. r-t acquiring proficiency But don't Iu ==
I of throat and neck after == piano y
right in a few days. Chambers and Gus Haley leased the Made Young Again. exposure ::: make thIng e mistake of think 12
r rI public speaking and singing, bring on II _- = (
ester- bowling alley they offered three "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills coughs and colds. Ballard'a Hore- E "any sort of a pitao ::

I We enjoyed a pleasant visit y prizes to be given monthly, the first each night for two weeks has put me hound Syrup is the best cure. :;: .::; ''' will do to begin on. IT =: :5
day from Mr. W. P. Strunk, of in "teens' again" writes D. H. :: 'I ( \ WON'T. Your child need 3
"j prize to be five dollars, the second Mrs. A. Barr, Houston, Texas, c=
Roodhouse, Ill., who for eighteen Turner, of Dempsytown, Pa. Theyare r 1 as good an Instrument! a ==
j _writes, Jan. 13,1902: "One bottle ofRallard's -
prize three dollars and the third -
i valued subscriber to the best in the world for liver, ( you can afford to buy, 4** ::::
Las been a Horehound Syrup cured me r
yearn prize, one dollar and & half. stomach and bowels. Purely vege == her ear for music will I* US
this Paper, and! is very much in love of a very bad cough. It is very -.....
During the month the table. Never gripe. Only 2oe. at rui'lulJt-t.
considerable just passed pleasant to take." 25c. 50.Sl.OO.. :: ( .
with Florida. He owns Tydings & Co. m i P t You will be arts la truttMrTt -
biggest score was made by Fire Chief
: Anti-monopoly Drug Store. m
of the -- --- -- .alM ==
In various sections I in? to expert piano
property W. C. Bull, his score being 236; Mr. Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. ..
== T> j& Z3&t with| t"irtytb.r y.trj :::
tate. __ Those desiring fine velvet beans for Mr. J. B. Sutton, formerly a seed -- L j ,
Clifford L. Andersod made the second V.
1 ss s" ? Mperienw
A attractive feature of the planting purposes will do well to call merchant, in this city, was in O:ala :: ==
: very biggest 235 and Mr. Asher J (
score, "<
bt iauor
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Only | :::
at the Presbyterian at J. A. Pooser'a store at once. One Monday accompanied by his son, I :::
s morning
.t : Frank came out third with a score of 1-_ &0 d-
hundred bushels will be sold at $2.25per
i. church Sunday was a violin and I John,M. Sutton, was on his way from r .--?
222. The prized: were given to these bushels.

: f cornet duet-Rubenstein's Melody in gentlemen Monday.The I S. R. PYLES. the Chaltaboocnee asylum, where he i LUDDEN.f SMITH CO. IS

4D fr. F-by Mr. L. Goodsell and Mr. A. E. -atue offer is made for the best Sheaf Oats Wanted. has been for the past two years. Mr. I 1 UnillllJDlJlJ, 1 ,

with Pif* organ accompaniment Sutton has entirely recoved his -
; Oerig scores: during the corning month.FOLIYIiONYNITL4j. Will buy 10,000 hounds of oats! in t -_ -
by Mr. H.0. Alworth. It was reason and way on his way to his Jacksonville Fla. ==
'I bundle at market price.PALML'rru 1 = Headquarters,
added much ] home Terra Ceia in Manatee -
I beautifully rendered and : PARK FARM: on Bay

1, t oppressiveness to the services. far child*'*.- f- -- sure Ain o-*..-. Ocala, Fla. county. I % l1UUni UUUUnUUUUUiU1U.iUihUUUUUUUUUjUJlU'tl \ \


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a HERE AHD THEREDr. I Picnic and Speaking at Fort Kin 1 t I Who fir Sheriff r HOT t r

The eoccty iticerarr did not end in To tic Editor of the w..a Etastr.j POLlTICSIHT6MP6j I -SUMMER f1 1I

T.K. laughter, ofL :ron, spent i O-eta Friday n:?ht as wa stated in j A g'i'Jd log time ago when Florid I I 'Y'" .1 .. A

d burd2LY 10 the eity. I t'ai* paper, tat was endtd saturdiyatFL : had 39 i&stradof 45 counties one of /tI

Kia?, one of the moat: historic | hrr public men in a paolie idare sjfeielsimed r 1 RHEUMATISM fI.t \ _
lit.L J. Knight; rtiarstd 4aturday i
spots in the interior of the tUie.Thrpeopte f with some agree of |1I TALIAfEpO PRODUCES LET-
morning from T& where httJDt I '
npa, -
of tbl* ceigbborbood anxionerie: "Floridi's great nrt-d i! Y

J\"Ef"t daye. gave a basket pienie to which the ( thirty-nine good :sheriff" i TER FROH STOCKTON TO : The idea thai R eusn .i ,:r."J i ,1 J ''I
f I
" ,,. iarite4 aDd imt of I This ,a ever pre=cnt need. A goodlberif' i a winter disease.. thjt en-:.:s fr, .T .ezp' -r r- + ".
The MrbooJ d frs 6? Prof. A. C. speaker were i HENRY M. FLAGLER. ;'A.
I. or cold '.s wrong; : a $r--"U t HH.C-J.,, r ;
MeCall sad Mi, Hitife Dr* titfejttf whom aUcadrd. is always at a preiniam. I j I torpidity the liver iuacti\e state IIi the 1 f' .

very dfei bt/0i picnic it Hifvtr A lame number were pr eDt aod The }ot.i-tt'; and well being of the community I kidneys": sadden cooling of the body when y 1/

Hprie!! attigay.le I t )ftr,.. .-i trunk Wartraann and r: largely in his keeping. It over-heated being frequent causes of an I .." J
letter is Paralizer and Looks Like ..
a i
Mathe-. candidate fort;the I ezi-la- is next to a crime to pat into tbeeheriiPs ,. attack. Rheumatism is due to an over-acid -- t'F .,./

Sr... J. F. P.dw.rde Sri f.ffl, Rob 1 tare: }{ --te.. Galloway, Kodge and office anyone other than & Somebody Else -Flaglenzed.." I condition of the blood and bad circulation. JT 'd; ..
Ariarut'neat u Jae k oriiIfe .it. r As it flows through the body the blood // /1
up I j 50K ke, ciudkfatfeg for tberifT; Me fe rs.JAyeraod cool brsve, fearle*: and conservative "Tell it not in Oath. i iirz deposits acrid corrosive

urday to vMt Mrs. E1wr'i' daub'fa Malbews, endidste? for :.wan: It is no plies: for a hot hr !d. i sediment IT an in. the and NO Dl= you *.

Ur, Mr Htrifj fdjc,... =pa Tnihae.: joints e.. ... .r; ..
i aTr; X e-ir*. P !eteur and Bitten- ; The oSke requires and should exacta i muscles. and circulation wiiffoSulTUt e.JiCftOTCH. uk.r .. :
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relations and j sluggish because (: coj yotT ,
of discern
r i eaodiditfortreisare, ad Mr. o.an good The debate between John S grows .
w Mr. JJ. T: Perdue Me tarday fore ger. i co.-'. nl'H for ftht........ J da ..
I the constant accumu atll'!} ...* .ft. I id.... f. .
It trial. r "
I ment. a
Csrn, "did te for a feaptrinteadestofI a
Palm becptd bat t'&
Wtet Afb. bre at
and Taliafcrro .
Senator prolonged I of acid impurities and I Val abH t* fcobfcU w.u.4 .. t age
I made and We have in John P. Galluway just 1ta4.. a. for tales at o.. ..
with the Ea tKlectri.al Curet instrustioa, tJoqcent very SOOt u.
a position when th etem is in such
j the meeting until nearly mid. Ins ct"oIPM".oculd uid wsU. .411.t ..
Cornpuy in that eIty. totbt1 ia..,tie epeeebe. :ieocb a niiii. He wus twelve years condition Rheumatism s pIn. hay. toft m.. .y. ,......>.. ,- ,(" .:t
I night, and was a warm proposition I &m b..to M..... ...Ul....S. ..,t. ...taxU.
J The dinner was eut"-tantial and a fcteriif of Lake eminiy and the peo- I liable to come out .at anytime IaMsa xtLL

Mris. J. tt. Livingston, fer., i* now I credit to'three who Ixyi it it ebarze plo there are unanimous in the etate- from first to.IAS t. The notable featureof inter or summer. It Hl U. St., X. W.. w I".1> C

I. Tuitinjf htr dau bttr, Mre. B. A. I the clash wa the new campaign I is hastened and provokedby
mint that he wade an ideal o1tittr.I .
and those from Oeala were load in .
to cold air. Hidden cooling of the both >. _
Madison after then material with which Senator Tali exposure damp ti Ha
Ingll at epeo'iiiiK
of It. I Daring ihoe twelve years he never that i calc .
week in Lak prai* ftrro tcnfronted his opponent in the heated, a bad spell of indigestion; or anything :to -, r w'
v convention City.Mrs. The speaking took place: in the I had occasion to maltreat a prisoner in ther derange and depress; the system ; bat these aN only r t ,114
t I shape of a letter written by Stockton not the real of Rheumatism. It" in the blood. *n:j w' ,
Frank Harris after spending fecbool house and the rain of the Eight hi- keeping or in bringing ctl-nder cause "
T to H. M. Flagler in connection with I vital fluid becomes overcharged with the acid inpvritiM an.: ,
before had cooled the atmosphere and I to justice. The expUnation is because hi
the week in Like left there .
the sale of the Times-Union by tLe riot in the vein, an attack h Hire to cone, whether in wcnrr '1 r

Saturday for .Mo&tlc
week with her brother, Mr. J. J. Me could be: desired.aofaradthia under excitment and never lets blood 1 tainted with acid. Liniment and pUtef are helpfu 1 & ,....
i I Taliaferro used to support his charges, .
C Donald.d countyis concernedthe his judgment desert him. ful. but it takes something more than rubbing and btaunr : :'"t1

first primary ha come to a clr.1"Jt' I Those who love peace and order made last night, that Stockton was away this demon of pain. S. S. S. goe to the Mat of t' ...

Mr. A. K. CoH,oru, of Michigan, I responsible for the entry of Flagler enter the circulation, mwtralue* : : iiI-
I and ririd and humane enforcementof
i a !
Ind., who with Mra. ColtJrJw spent I Compliment to an Ocala Belle. IJ J I I I into Florida journalists and politics j jand iI ten out of the blood the acid >,... .. It
the law should vote for Mr. Gallo
: and the weak .
al the winter in our city, and who returned Mini Paulineiallivaa, of this: city i that tockton had sought reU- '[ enriches MrcngtWot t.ta. .
f 'I way. He made a good officer for eased blood ; the general baaith ;iU,;,1.,,"
howl several weeks tdagain ha been complimented: with the ap- tion with the magnate. The Sena
ago !
I I'twelve I years! and his judgment is under its tonic cC ct. sad 4eo ruh. pet
in Oc&ht having arrived E attir> jointment of maid-of-bonor to the tor's comment on the letter were I blood begin to circulate the uutff> *f t.t' atit,
riper cow than it was then. I direct
day afternoou.Mr. Confederate eunion, which will beheld "crushers" of a most unanswerable i jointi and cote tender nuncie i ;p..4: tint
the voters of Marion to bis record .inLake. .
in Xa&bville, Teun., in Jon variety, and aroused the audience to j aches vanish and the ionged for relief come to the nr -.. .1 bats.
Lawrence .Scott, who has corn- Familiarize yourself with it sufferers. S. S. S. contains miner bat i i. rante d
re Mix Irene Bolt, of Moatieello, will a high pitch of excitement. "He j ji tortured no i!!- {
dieted bU second year in the medical and you will vote for him. I purely vegetable. Write us if in need of medic: ad nee. W?.h. i h i, i'feci
be the fcponeorand Sky JIary StrohLar "
calls said
me a corporation: hireling
department of the University of Ax EX-RESIDEXT OF LAKE. without charge. Our book on Rheunutitm. tci.injf:: of '.t tiffrreai,
d ot Gainesville, is the other ro id-of. the senator, "a tool of Mr. Flsgler,
Marylaud at Baltimore, arrived bom&turdI&Y forms and varieties of this pain-rackirtg diteaie. m.rd: f re<

I !; morning to spend the summer honor. Mr. John F. Williamson, who has and yet,"pointing to Stockton: "there THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GJU>

MJ! ." HalJivan is r+ne of Ocala's for the pA=t two weeks been followingup sits tbe man who was the tool of Mr. 1
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a month, with bwMr parents.II .
most beautifuland attractive young the county candidates in their Flagler as long: as Flagler would have
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". C. Y. Miller and her daughter, debutante an1 her eelection! one of canv&ss, deserves a good deal of credit him, the man who received :30.f)) ofFlaler'a MISSING WORD CONTEST. 1

the .Diid oMonor is a most fittingone. for the manner in which he has on
Mrs. Bert Newberu, of Leroy, have money, the man whose

returned to their home after visiting SO more charming young; girl many occasions refuted unfounded hypocrisy this letter reveals: to the
1 PRIZES I Offered
! ,. in Gainesville where they went to attend could: have been found in the Hatf-. charges against! the friends and supporters people of Florida." 1 0 x

of Taliaferro. While
the wedding of the latter' HSterinlaw Senator Mr. Stockton who spoke first, indulged The Correct Solution
One of the greaeetblelfinga modest ,
r Jli-s* Lizzie Newtern to he baa no personal interest in senatorTaliaferro's in his usual denunciation of
man can wish furls good, reliable
Mr. H. W. Toole. election he says be can- tbe Times: Union and the charge that
feet of bowek. It you are cot the Tropical Manufacturing Co.
not stand by and hear unfounded the preen of tbe state was subsidizedby manufacturer,
Mrs. Cbarl- Peyber, Mi": Gertrude happy of such an outfit
poaeeesor you
statements about: bribery, fraud, corruption Standard Oil to his of thegreat health drink :METTOvili I
I'ey,er and Mr*. Maurice 8tiau- can greatly improve the efficiency of money oppose ,
and other against candidacy. He went into a series of
' returned .Saturday from Tampa, those you have by: the judicious use senator go on without entering his details about the banking affairs of pay all prizes. The contest open to all.It's .

where they spent the May Festival of Cbamberlain'ri Stomach and Liver
free You.
protest.FOLF1ONLYTAR Jacksonville, and waved tbe two to
y week. While in Tampa they were Tablet They are pleasant to take'and :
I pacts of manuscript' which, be mid
guests at the Tampa Bay Hotel aud agreeable in eQect For tale! by t

they had a uot delightful visit Ann-monopoly Drug "store:; m Cure Pneumonia contained every speech that Talhfmo FIRST PRIZE. s

I bad made in the senate. He criticis ,
ed the senator for obtaining penaiuu The first one seeding irk tlje) correct onsww we wIt rivi 6

..........._..11....._" '..........,... for Pat Murphy, of Jacksonville a beautiful life size picture io gilt frame wjtHW "'pw.r"a

... .r. ...
whom be called a "p.iiii.Mi! bum," This picture symbolical! n f }(i"'tlt the eri health drink *ftt+ h t"t ....
lain and contains u<>do|>e>+r h ni.ful dl1l(i'.
and also bur lillw
I pueLiug through a I To the next 5, . ....

: I.OCALA HOUSE WINE ROOS1IIOUSE. :t road permit bridge the Seaboard: across to the i/uild Manatee its raiJ-, a :: ..: :.:. ft t. '.' .r . ..........: r::i. ;;iseM.Mrs. i

h. .
.1), 1 )I. ... Nelo1 MFM
I work urce.ary to the building of its

extension from Tampa into that J,',..................t'atiI'eople

AND BARREL region. .......KDOW a .Go'idU.erof << .........'A..... Tb,y .... _.?." ft ettr
I i Wbeu Mr. Stocktou declared that
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Senator Taliaferro had not made so -
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much as a "dot of au i or a cross of at" Cut out out this CIUII| ou 111'.
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: AGENCY FOR THE IHnEUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION'S PRODUCTS. I in the Hies-'urebecuriug: the Iud i tn io to luakeau tLe blank appropriate pHce.the uuotv..entrutenee : 'h'''

war claims fund, Senator Tiliaferro advertising 'grata 1'. n.......
We hand of .
keep constantly on a big supply OJ nil mail to theTropical
advanced to the front and exclaimed: I

I the choicest Whiskies to be had in case goods : [.Stockton if you cau prove to JaCK!ODTtlh: Mfg. Co.HonUliememotr ('.II'. ......

(bottled by the distillers which are 5 these: people that the statement you
among .
111.tirt .
101 i-orn--t a IWTyour fIY .t '-' th i 1"1' + +t l r
;rave just made H true, I will withdraw at
answers one.i the.
; : Mount Vernon .
: from the .rac-," Mr. :StOi-ku

S Pickwick Club, didn't prove it, and Mr. Taliaferro i.- TROPICAL \( ACTUfJING COMPANY.,

LOOK FOR atilt running.
Cascade, S 14 W. fldarns St. JEkserlrllk fk"
When Senator Taliaferro aro-e to

Paul Jones, (I speak, )Ir. (Stockton, although he had ---- -- -- -

A -.l.7-;- Sobel Lincoln cou/ity, asked for the privilege ofa reply, bundled : ........ .e ae $
; his and left the stand .8..1
_- Green River, r up papers:
S pI but was called back by the .senator : III Goods Delivered free. Write for Price LU>. .. f

/ Lewis' CO, who asked uim to remain and bear e '4f 4

.. Diploma, Etc.. it what he had to say about him. Mr. S t

.. Stockton returned to the tand. $
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all of which are high grade Rye Whiskies and "
5. .. The "bufeinen senator" had fire in S (I '

well known brands. his eye and determination in hi* voice r

throughout his ringing speech, whichwas : _, 'Te' :. I

1p both a complete defense of the '( I
t Cooper Laurel Valley Corn Whiskey, insinuations accusations against =t y 7 uR ono t

j himself aud bia record, and a scathing
I North Carolina Corn Whiskey, I
blistering annihilation of his opponent I

i Georgia Corn Whiskey. Mr. Taliaferro was saluted I iir

: Port Wine Sherry Wine, Scuppernong::Wine, : a.- he began, by the discharge of a !

cannon! in the street, and by a round = -

Catawba Wine, Blackberry Wine. Ten Year of welcoming cheers from three. ej

I Old Blackberry Wine 51.:5 per Gallon. fourths of the crowd. e !;(' 1j" [ _.

"Preposterous fabrications was one ? .
: ; We want your trade and will do anything within the bounds of reason and justice I .
of the terms used by Mr. Taliaferro! in .

to secure it, and after we have once served you we have no fear of the future 5 alluding to the Stockton charge d.11Grt on'flIc, ;r fr; :

: as we propose to give you just what you order and the very best goods that can be Throughout, he was emphatic, and 'iPFjri; ; : i .

and the letter from ..
obtained for the money anywhere. We make out of town shipments promptly on : I. .
ton to Flagler proved a new bomb in S _

the same day as received and by return train ,where possible. his adversary's camp that made a .atrJ 't! e

Address all orders strong impression his hearers. SS .
I upon Old f'orr.it -
: His experience in this campaign has C rD $2.51) "Baroea"Corn 12 (1t.R)8 OM 14000.lIIlfr Apple''" )iij......... "'..Un'y
tug t.
g-GO to 54.00. 1'e+mty $taaAtea
I made Senator Taliaferro a vigorous I Kentucky Pride .1.0.. llowene 4. Nye t.t )+ "
ROOMS Postottlce ,-
or J-xJrt-
aDd effective debater, and few well- S Mousy Ordtn, I

J.The Jug Trade a Specialty. Ocala, Florida. city.balanced speeches or more have impressively been heard in delivered this i BOWEN & COMPANY. I tl'

... .,. .1. The crowd uw with the ""uin 8 HO E. BAY ST. f.i 1

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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Taliaferro Triumphs-Looks Like Gives Him a Majority of More I Pet Cat Goes Mad and Stirs Thingsup I::=' SoLE.AGENTS,

Davis and Broward for Second 1000--riis Vindication Complete.The Considerably Yesterday. Ocala Florida.

, I. Commissioner! McLin was in Ocala Race.

:,.. Times-Union of yesterday Yesterday about noon a ctt belong.
yesterday. The returns are coming in so slow
that Senator Taliaferro has a ing to the children of Mr. J. P. Gallo-
that it was impossible for the Times.
Mr. 0. A. Clark, of artel was in in Duval county of nearly J,(>OU, way, who reside near the school
Union of yesterday: to give anything
Ocala yesterday cording to the returns complete house, was observed to behave most -
like complete returns.
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the exception of 74 votes to be curiously.l It began prowling around ; 1
Mr. MI C. Dosh went up to The It says: v; 75 Boa c' 'y+
in the first ward.Including and finally snarling like a mad dog .. ':4t
t Meadows on business visit yesterday It still looks like senator Taliaferrois 'G '.,
what ballots had : and running about through the house 1
nominated in the first primary.
: Mr. Sidney Hiller returned yester- counted in the first ward up and around the yard snapping at and
Davis, and very probably Broward,
: day from a business trip to Floral o'clock this: morning, Senator 'fa trying to bite everything that came
will have to run the gubernatorialrace !
ferro had a vote of 2,326, I in its! vrav. The cat succeeded in
f City.Mr. I over again on June 7.

W. M. Gist, a prominent stockman Frank Clark leads Barrs for con- Stockton 1,237: ; Jennings 91, and I catching a chicken and 'biting it, the ;

I 21, beating Stockton 1,089, and all I fowl dying in less than three minutes.
of McIntosh, was in Ocala yesterday. congress in this district, but will haveto

i his opponents 977, with 74 votes to I Mrs. Galloway and the children by
try again for majority in the second
counted.: It is the greatest this time were thoroughly alarmed ,
r A magnetic train will soon be running primary.The >I
ever won by any man in his and called Mr. W. T. Cole, who lives 6I
at the rate of 432 miles an hour magnificent majorities given I r6 0 rl r
county in the state of Florida, next door, to come to their a 8istl1nce.On .
l iu Sew'ork.. Senator Taliaferro in Kn-ambia, I
f sidering the circumstances and reaching the scene Mr. Cole found
Jackson and Santa Rosa counties .
r )Ir. Louis Duval), of Lee. bur,,, a character of the fight made in I the family "up trees," on the fence THE BARReTT is constructed span entirely new tat k-lentile pn ctfl.. _,...Ntulrt..
greatly surprised his opponents. construction; forcethe heat to 10 Nl1Ipl ct tl. roii 4iW a. S !at-
popular young attorney of that place, I in this primary election. I aud any place they could get out of ting the benefit ot"all the heat before it goes up the chimney It ran.t b* real hi IM /flraltllt.
Twenty four counties, incomplete, and we invite prospective purchaser to come ia and let us eipUtn tu mtrtu.
Is visiting iu the city. A LESSON IN THE RESULT. reach of the ferocious feline.
I outside of Duval, give Senator Talia- I --. -. -
1 The returns received in The cat immediately dashed at ) I I
Mr. Gill Williams, one of Crystal ferro, 7,661; Stockton,5,172;Jennings, lr'l IJ.. M. MEFFERT. J M 'rYtOROCfUfl
county give Senator Taliaftrro Cole, who tried to beat it oil'with a I
River's prominent citizens, was doing 284; Call, 35:!. II I
much larger majority than he or stick, hitting it three times but not ( ICE & PACKING CO \PANY.We .
business in Ocala yesterday.Mr. Twenty five counties incomplete,
friends have been claiming in succeeding in killing it.
including Duval, give Davis, 7,063; to to the people ol 0 ala
W. N. Bangs leaves today for county, the democratic voters in The cat, after being beaten off by beg announce
Broward, 5,507, Brown, 3,6G; Mays, I and that
Panaoirkee, where: he will inspect a most effective manner placing Mr.I Cole started for the youngest surrounding country Wr rile now

Urge tract of cypress timber for a 3b73. stamp of appreciation upon the I! Galloway boy, who was: !! on the fence. ready to furnish them with ice. Wehavu now

wealthy northern syndicate. Complete returns from eight coun- feciency and faithfulness of I Mr. Cole jumped around to the op- modern machinery and efiicientmeu tend will
ties of the second district and incom-
services to his state in \ posite side of the fence and after repeated be able to fulfill the requirements of the trade
Mr. S. E. Rowe, of Dunnellon, plete returns from the remainder,
and approxicjr his manly, efforts succeeded in hitting the
R formerly a resident of Ocala, was including Duval county, show that promptly and satisfactorily and solicit share
and fair campaign against a eaton the head, and the blow provedto
among the visitors here on Thursday, Frank Clark will lead J. M. Banv, the of patronage.
: paigu of vituperation, be a "knock out.'' He was justin
returning home on the afternoon next highest candidate, from 500 to
tion and abuse such as the ruLe I j time as the mad cat had almost WATCH FOIl Till! nl.rl.tin..\.
train SOO votes. ,
-.- --- never before teen. I succeeded in reaching the little boy .- ------ -- -q
Frank Clark leads in eleven counties i
We regret very much to lear n of Tout the people of the I who it i is needless to say was frighten- -Special Sale Sewing Machines.
all other
: getting majority over
the accident that betel Miss Annie
\viit-re: the 'tw ti gentlemen who ed to a point of frenzy -
candidates iu Hamilton and Brad I I \fh:1:
f Bittiuger, uisstfr i of Mr. C.L. Bittinger; posed each other iu this race, t Consternation reigned supreme in We Iiatcalanciiiiiiilicr of : .Machine hurl lnn.> l..MHtj
ford. The second primary will !I.I I.*? j netl-"MHIIC" but lilIe-tlmt no nib C"O-<' out at HargnlH I'r****.
yt' terlay. She had the misfortune rrtitiRrd the tactics of Mr. John N. that neighborhood for quite awLile i''Tnce machine hate been thoroughly: otcrhaiilrtl It) c+%.
off the thumb her I between Clark and B.iir The returns workmen and .'l ; >arN replaced ,gill MHIC ..
of cutting on Stockton, is strikingly; evident and had it not been for Mr. Coe'sa.osistliu't' perieiiciMl J item | *
f ,'erH.ilt'. rstiimKs made t.) good ts new for Ncrtice. K.teh machine Iii, adjusted fried. :iiidguaranteed
right hli lld. the great vote Senator Tahaterro something serious mayhan. I to do pcrJVcl ttorlt before il Icaic* our lore ('1UI
Mr. Clark's campaign managers aid he !seen and tried, if (scared!
The 3heats! and Holloway contest ceived in his resulkd the undoubtedly
county as against as: cat was -
published iu the 'n IUt'S'Union the I We will "'ell the-e machine'* err)' low rc.r c'u..h.! Price* rust
wa pematioual to the finish. As siuitil: vote of his opponent.So I a mad one. from SI 00 to 812 00. and each i* at bargain Ihe priceWe
in Gainesville Sunday before the primary. are agent'* lor the celebrated "XeuHome" and \\ hf elrr
closed J
Piano as the polls this concerned it it
ai county is ,
An Open Letter. Wilson" *ewing Machine-nilh or without 'Hitf..ii4tole H!.
Cheats had Holloway arrested for Ocala High School Commencement.We way the slate over, there is a tacliinent.
t From the Chapin, S. C. News. Enrly Craphophonc and record*. A (irultl.oltl..wlIlI.11I IlwuriU
forgery/ and the !Utter will le put are in receipt of the following led.on taught in the figures, of the : I
in the spring( my wife and I were for 8 .00. Furniture and !loue Furnishing f;ood. at
'l/ upon trial in the courts. invitation : I I j i for United slates senator and go ".SMITHS. Special attlcrtlionSoatall order,
/ taken with diarrhoea and so! severe

Mr. and )Irl..J.. Deui.y formerlyof Your presence i is rtquested at the nor. Itspeaksell'eet'tvely against were the pains that we called a. physician Ocala Furniture Company

of Ocala after a commencement exercises of the abuse of fellow denioerats iu a '
this! city but now I who prescribed for us, but his !

pleasant visit here have returned to Ocala High School ou May 20, 1904, mary campaign within the party, I medicines failed to give acy relief. A 3

their home.:' Mrs. Denby has been at the armory, Oeala. says plainly that such tactics hare i friend who had a bottle of Chamber.lain's HUB1AR1 & MAODUP1HEADQUARTERS

The of be tolerated. As a matter Colic, Ch' lera and Diarrhoea
graduating clad consists to
iu this city for some time, but her I
Remedy on hand each of
gave us a
husband came Monday iu time to cast Miss Addie Ray Cappleinan, Mis-s: I I course the great record made by "Y'I dose and we at once felt the effects. FJORnrulERICAN

his ballot Tuesday-.Gainesville.Mis Edna, Katharine Jeffords and Mr. ator Taliaferro had a great deal to procured a bottle and before using the

-' -- Harry Clinton Shaw and their claw with his vote, but there is not entire contents we were entirely } ?|

Mattie Joseph returned home motto is", "nou rlnitum sea coeptum." slightest; doubt that a great cured. It is a wonderful remedy and FIELD AND HOG FENCE

)..t't'It'rtlafternoon from a very delightful These NOUU* (students ale particularly voted for the j junior .senator should be found in every houehold.H. : : .

C. Bailey, Editor. This remedy ::snrtt KKCU
Miss Marie Scovel iu ,
visit to character of '
blight autlllu.ir graduatinsj exercises they opposed the --- --.
is for Male by Anti-monopoly DrugStore I' i I .
Jacksonville. Miss Scovel accompauled "Stockton ......I I .9' So 4T ,
will lie a very prominent: I, caoipaigu. : m --- --;-<< .

MifS Joseph home awl will be event and will be laigtly attended by* CAMPAIGN of EDUCATIONTnis -- -- --- -- -.!.-. -- _. ._-v-tJ I IY ", I .. 1'.t I'. .

1 Baseball Today. : ...... ,. : :1- I 'I .t 1EFHtap .
her guest at the Motezurai Hotel for a their frauds anti! well \\i-hers. has been a campaign of i.-- .h --:>-i Q..t .- .,.... C 1
The Ocala Juniors will play tre- _,.. _,. .;..._:!:'..!1"I -. 'I .

short while. The annual: baccalaunate rauu cation. The Stockton & : i turn came or"lJa".b'ill' this afternoonon .. '. --1-r--- ;:-- -1".t-... -,. \

will be preached' Sunday morning at have seat out Mr. J. J. Or"? left ,Wednesday: for I the South Third street diamond .
the Baptist church by Rev. L. W. 1,181,000 copies of campaign < -- ....;..-.. '
weeks : : \
Ga. to sjiend several with the iirst
Macon, I nine of Belleview. The ,-_. Lik
Moore ot the Methodist ments, filled with lDi :" : "
with his sister in that .cit -. Mr. pastor I game played by these two uint-s iu ."" .

North Carolina church. The choir for this service abuse and insinuations. These I 'Jp.. tel tie=,ignite tied/c.....at):'"
E (jt rig will then go to Belleview last wf'ekVa'S a most interesting .
.. :- ... ... .
will be composed of the choirs of ali pamphlets and circulars have! .J)" \:Ci :: .1 J Stay 19 ee o Mier
and later on to Indiana. He expects one, and was won by the Ocala .

to be absent five or six mouths aud thtolLcrcliurcius: and special music studied by the people, and the Juniors. ,:.. ..-j-;. strong, l hi igh-grade steel wire, heavily gaJ\'anll!
; .
I ,wiil be rt'nderrl.11 are cordially to all of them iu the shape of -- '.; ;; f.r expansion and contraction. Is practically en'
sometime during the summer be will Everybody come out this afternoon -
I : ..: ::LJ ;j'>es wren?, no matter how great a strain it put on it
invited to be present at thiotervict>. statements! of the record of
be joined by Mrs. Gerig. I I and encourage the players. Admission Y ,. -. : L : .utilatc, La: does, efficiently, turn cattle henMft, .ltwp
-- -- .
: Taliaferro and his reply to the .
Messrs. Mellert & Taylor have just A Startling Test. gentlemen 25 cents, children 10 .' : : '
on the stamp. All charges have
ttv installed! Pro i ty press for printing To have a life, Dr. T. G. Merrit, of cents, ladies, free. '
effectively answered, and the :: ;rav ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
crate heads: at their basket and cratefactory. No. Mehoopauy, Pa., made a startlingtest It is sincerely hoped that a large'
i of the people demonstrates that :> Manufacturers and Call and
This firm is gaining favor resulting in a wonderful cure. crowd will be present this afternoon. 1 : by us. see it. Can show you how
f He writes, "a patient was attacked ida democracy stands for :; '-ill stave: you money and fence your fields so they will stay hue id.
Game called at 3:30 o'clock.
with the trade in its line,
: every day with violent hemorrages, caused by honesty and clean methods.A .
r r' and nothing that will put the enterprise ulceration of the stomach. I had often Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and ECOMJ Corn SWier
Seven Italians from

in better shape for handling its found Electric Bitters excellentfor Positive Necessity. Italy, passed through Ocala) yesterday sunny Paints, Oils, Glass, Dotts, Sash,, BMt, EH
acute stomach and liver troubles -
business I U overlooked by the hustling Having to lay upon my bed for
so I prescribed them. The Ipati ntgainet.l afternoon en route to Holder, wherewe Hubbard & Macduff. Ocala Fla.SEEDS. .
t ,
r proprietors. i days from a severe bruised leg, I /}
=-- from the first, and has not had suppose they will go to work in the ..

F Mr. John Keudrick Bangs: editor an attack in 11 months." Electric found relief when I used a bottle phosphate mines. They all had pe- -

of Harper's Magazine and author of Bitters are positively guaranteed for Ballard's Snow Liniment. I culiar looking grips and attracted .

popular books, brother dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation cheerfully recommend it as the
a great many considerableattention
and troubles. them. medicine for bruises ever sent to especially
kidney Try
L of our townsman, Mr. W. N. Bangs, Only 50c. at Tydings&Co. m afllcted. It has now become a among our colored population. This If you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans, .-.....

t married in New York City several chufas whipporwill clay cane or lady finger _...
was necessity upon myself. D. leads us to remark that quite a number pas ,

I" days ago to Miss Marguerite Gray, Baseball. merchant, Doverville, Tex. 253. of Italians are now employed in English peas, millet sugar cane, all kinds early a irkli..a
t niece of Judge Gray, the farcous: Xew Henry Blount's and John Chazal's and $1.00. Antimonopoly our phosphate mines and it is said field corn, and all field and garden seed,

f. York jurist. Mr. Bangs was a visitor baseball teams played a highly interesting Store that they are splendid laborers. Call on or write,

; P' to our city about two months ago. game yesterday afternoon on Judge William Hocker, who The Ocala Seed. StoreSole
l{- their diamond in front of G.S.Scott's.! Herbine.
1 to Ocala last Saturday, returned i

''e' The The richest Richest man Man m in the the world World.could The score was 5 toI: In favor ofBlouut's Tallahassee yesterday. Before Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia ._ Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick 1

replaced nor departure he made ui a very ; regulate the bowels and cure

not have hIs kidneys The following was the line up: liver and kidney complaints. It is C. I.G RAe E.
live without them, so it is importantnot visit and said that the capital city
If Foley's Schrieber c Ixhrig the test blood enricher and invigo-
to neglect these organs. making finer progress now than
at the first sign Gates p Mathews rator in the worid. It is pureiy vege- Successor to Central Lumoer Co.
kidney cur is taken Stand ley 1 b Bullock any time in its history and the table, perfectly harmless, and should
the symptoms will disappear Zewadski-2 b Galloway
of danger, In
restored pIe seem more prosperous and you be a sufferer from disease, you I
will be Old Zewadski 3b Paul Gates
and your and builds up these I Weathers s s Carmichael the improvements made on the will use it if you are wise.! Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringC iling.

as it strengthens as nothing else will. O C8fBI'l11an Green r f f Xe"omLittle BlountChazal tol), to say nothing of its looks, R. N. Andrew, Editor and Mgr. I and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
organs c
Cocoa and Ilockledge News, Cocoa, Manufacturer of
of Lebanon, K)"., writes: 1 f Burford very greatly to the comfort and ( r
Fla. writes "I have ued Herr Ballusters Newels Columns
"I )have used Foley' Kidney Cure : your Turned Casings, Dear and

Li.., and take preat pleasure in stating it Sick headaches result from a disordered venience of the supreme court bine in my family, and find it a most Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpily School

stomach and is quickly cured other ofiicen of the government.SCIJaevs : excellent medicine. Its effects upon
cured me permanently of kidney Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am ooni4..tly.
have beta marked benefit.I .
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver myself a
would have by
disease which certainly receiving Lumber and can fill orders for quantltfn Hd
lif ." Postoffice Drug Tablets. For sale by AntimonopolyDrug F IEY'SXuDNEYCOO recommend it unhesitatingly." 50:. any
cost me my m Store. m 1-- Antimonopoly) Drug Store. m sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly,
Store. t"4es and Watdti r

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which naturally ran:? themselves I i FOOD

under the banner of democracy. I In the tK-ginning of the primary} i We print el t. *here the returns of I i Before a conference of educator 1 BONE
nZ !!.u13, ::! :::. ,
"Tnis motive of individual selriah- campaign the pyrotechnic display by i election held Tuesday as far as we held l AU..
recently at Birmingham, I
?. T?. T *. .a.. z1
( 1f :,: : :!:% 3l.riy.:.
-- .----- -- ness needs the attention of esters the oppocents of Senator Taliaferro, have been able to gather them. BNnop Gallo"ay, of the Meth./Jlt Sof :lr.:: CT04J\\": ,. l,. '-I .... ,I::

who for Iu this coanty it will be seen that bad C-il
hope a restoration: of the feeding. tilt
confused, and, as it appeared for I' Episcopal Church, -outb, deltvrr.ctan I.s)( <<
rJ. :' democratic party' to control of national Mr. Carlos S trunk is elected to the .. rickets if you it ant tgrowing I'I
time!, misled the people. They sup- address which to* attracting pre.
aSairs. In state of legislature by a most flattering vote. child
: one a group me* I .t the
posexl it to bt an exhibition! strengthand This conducted found attention throughout faecoun .
men seek by prolonging disagreement young gentleman avery right food kr grr H. f fj. 4

; to reach a power of which they havebcvn that the supply of effective aniu- I vigorous campaign and on very try. must have U r.. :: m:

re 1 1f deprived. In another a croup ration ws inexhaustable. They soon I i: elevated lines. He' surprised and Bishop Galloway! H by birth aMl must have !,i, .. ; ton + .

1 does cot hesitate to jeopardii the discovered, however, that it was a I gratified his friends by the splendorand education southerner, and its its hi* through the! 2 1. '

I. !i interests of the party in order to re- mere fanfaronade of skyrocket?:, and eloquence of his speeches: and tory.tradition and aeb tevemt-iota h..B Scott's KruuN: i ti

i biD an iadaeooc which laws L icen a? each one, with a fizz, shot up into they won him sweeping victory. treatment I f r.. h

Mono: THE BASNEL, BEUEVIM them ati advantage. the heavens, exploded and fell, with The returns also indicate that Hon. enthusiast.He children. !I. t:: t.give ,

Edd L. Wartmann will be Mr. Sis- is one of the mo-v dbtiagaiest '
the sti':
.a THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TOTAKE "Sooii? men still talk o reor: :! lt a dull thud, they recovered their composure ; : "

CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS t I ic? the iSemoeratie party; others stilt and now look upon such exhibitions trunk's colleague in the legislature.Mr. men in southern Methodism and that health;. I r t.:' ,

TAKEN ITS STAND IX THE BARRICADES disorcaaite and defeat the Warttnann's magnificent endorsement what he this Bow K\-s tr
t ttreatea to : : &> a seuelespastime, gotten ha to say on wum-eilto4l

WITH THE COUVOX PEOPLE : p3rsT.: up by political urchins as their by his fellow townsmen I question is not gathered aioed jocsc join'** ,

AND ITS FIOHT WILL BE MADE FOR : "The democratic:: parry need notre only stork in trade. and the splendid record he has made baud information but from a lifetime firmne c.n. t .
v during the three decades that he has
_OTTOX. -- ;, niutioD. It i* organized, Quickly public sentiment began to of ot'c-ervatiou and eip-rience atu9H ,' heads.

from the national the itself. ober second lived in this county was fittingly the in the south and \k'ton iJt Cii
_--- ---- -- -- i committee to shape lHougnt negro race a ('ro. f .4

ro FRIDAY MAY 13 194. I i village dab. The issues are plain: came to the rescue, and the people emphasized!! Tuesday.The found and conscientious: study of tk trouble. Rightfood '*til < I. rt tt

took the situation and race for sheriff will have to be In thousands of tidies V '
r j acd. are understood. The voter are rappidly iu : vexed question.Bishop 'f ,

DEMOCRATIC HARMD Y.U discriminated betwen the rattleof run over again by Iessr!!. Henry Emulsion has to the
r ready to support the party. The sole easily Gallaway cay-: provea *:

I and Gordon, of Dunnellon, and Mr. JohnP. right food for ioH bonc i iq
contention, when analyzed is over firecrackers the deep intonations "Iu the study of this motueatoui

r Readers of this p: i the matter of what set of men shall of heavy artillery. question some things may be considered

it preaches that "hirmoay" is !i wield the power of party leadership."The Our exchanges from all part of the both gentlemen are very popular the as definitely and finally settled. Real b Ii.. -TlI- .

the "paraiaoast bso.1 rivalries of ambitious men state teach this lesoou and predict, inmost next campaign: promises to be a very "I. In the south there never will SCOTT 1 IK>WN&, ...P1,....
400-411 P.*rt ttr.... ... Ywnt.pe .
We are g&d ta see other paper; instances unanswerable lively one and the friends of both .. ..
:r are healthy enough when they are giving be any social mingling of the race of It v ; '.

tAkicg cp the try and making a fiht conducted within the rules of fairnessand reasons thereof that the nominationof gentlemen are pleased with the very Whether it be prejudice or pride of ..

e along th* size hae. clean methods both
with the larger welfare of theparty Senator Taliaferro at the first primary they pursued iu race, there is a. middle wall of parti* We are glad to the follovic the just ended.In .
reproduce primary
kept in mind. If one man is a foregone conclusion, the titiou which will not be broken down. of (Joi4bc tfcM ".... f..ay oa
i1 aiiiete fr&m the it. Louis the state election latest advices .
; bold an office, another can't have it. only question being the extent of his our i They will worship iu f*)
Republic: jjf one wins, somebody must lose. majority over all of his competitor announce the gratifying intelligence churches aDd be educated in iefArat ite dilly ti/I1 rM INuietr
"Democratic voters need not wait that Hon. James P. Taliaferro
Honorable striving, with generosity This growth, not change for the schools. This is alike desired by both -&I ) a of yes" t'pee ....
for the various decisions of the na has: been elected Cor"a second
tp among the winners and gameness good already existed, and only needed j t by races and it for the good of aeh. mint ....ft the iiIsi.. .of Ora
tional convention. They should a majority of the democratic votersof
among the lowers, is a good American sunlight and proper cultivation-in 3. The political power of this **<- lot>l** Ir rwoj.... .... wand .....
re be making those decisions them* the state and a second
political way of doing things. But public conviction based upon deliberate primarywill lion will remain in present bauds. loo>g pwttortgfet .. [Ire ... .... .fei
wives. First of all they should be not be necessary. From start to .
foul fighting damages even the vic estimate of the fittmss of Here, a* elsewhere, intelligence and tfc* dry MM vte.
telling the leaden that the knitting finish his campaign was in .
tors. The kind of deadly fighting things and a careful comparison of every wealth will aud should |<*t>etF01 -
together of democratic force i is the way commendable and his election is STOCKTON AND TUimiU &I
the several candidates for the United
which prevents subsequent union .. the administration of governmental
t work which distinguishes leadershipfrom States senate. Democrats recall that a rebuke to the reckless methods that MUM
against: the common enemy means so aftdirs.
felt seeking. were adopted to defeat him.'
much of harm to party and nation the unbroken record of the party is, 4. The great body of negrde are
wI "With union the democratic IT,.... .feat
party Mr. R. \V. Davis Is so far in the
th that those who engage in it ought to to reward faithful efficient service by here to stay. Their coerced colonization
H .. J. X.
can win a national victory and regain lead for that while second C. rombl.a Mat wit
governor a
be ruled out by the voters. endorsement for a second term ; and would be a crime, and their deportation
control of several: important atata. the primary is necessary, the splendidvote the plalSs.at wad .... ..s tltNrr.
"When the St. Louis conventionmeets people geueraly remember that, a physicial impossibility.And .
a "What is to prevent? Nothing except while promises are cheap and are that he received almost assures The ;ge.ttwulrs ... Ns .... ...
there should be calm reflection the white people are lea anxious
the rivalries, the jealousies of him his election on the seventh of
th' on the fitness of candidates and the often deceptive acts speak truthfully. for them logo than they are to leave. wsrka W. itotoBMftfc, ..lB. flit
Individual Ambitious strive '
tr men statement: of principles. The situation acd do not mislead. They realize June next. They are natives and not intruders. IHf li had koHl pBIMNMB By ltllade
to hold or increase their in the
power In
the congressional Hon.
that what race
has done -4s
party by provokicg irritations and of l s)4 does not warrant any one an index as Now let us consider some of the and OH f...|*l. h.B.... i.a ... ....
to to what be can and will do therefore Stephen M. parkman is returned to
other attitude on the part of a delegate ; duties we owe these people, committed '
b righting against peace. his seat in pie* ma., and ..s..1iB< Ittal Mf.TaUafrfro .
by a
they base: their approval and congress very rnagni-
Ott from any state. Essentially the support to us as a trust. They must be
"If there were vital differences of of Senator; Taliaferro upon the cords cant majority, which is a splendid vr*. r.1rrffiff BBt a c.tlrptw.
h i united on guaranteed the of
party now every question equal protection
the issues of the
opinion upon cam When of his service during the past five endorsement: of the record he has lion blrfllt-.c. He glee d/ppd .s.
s before the country. a the law. To do less would forfeit
paign it might be expected that
h prominent party: men would contend leader talks of provoking strife over years of his official life. made iu that body. -- plighted faith and disrupt the very the ladlaa w" _r eWihroBfiit aralta, MIll tli eas

to the last for principle. The rank nothing, it makes no difference The friends Senator Taliaferro, What was Done in the Last Congress. foundation of social order. All the +ertieao IB* iBBHar to MlAA

tr whose name is legion in every nook feet 'Ntta | Mat ... t if lit
New York '
I whether he lives in or' resources of government should be exhausted NWH JPw%
and file of the party would expect an There were introduced in the houseof
and cornet of the IItl1t., can nut t.e tMr.t.eklea.alti( .... hls ttttakmeuti +
el honest disaeution ; and would expect Oregou, he is not fit for leadership. representatives! the last session in protecting innocence and .
said tote jubilanr, for they are not that 1M 14r. ,......' wauMwitbdrair
Why should the people who are anxious punishing guilt. There should be noaristocicy
it to last until the questions in controversy congress:: 15,398 bills; in the senate!
''I were settled.' for democratic suecesa permit the cla-M that iiHJukin fpaiuoJicexultation. : 5,545. : iu crime. A white fiend is heat Iael.ls

t leaders all? The But they 'ollrideud3! exercise much be feared )I t. yaks.. reps .p lk .IwnrrW
"No real differences appear. Recent ouch men to be at Of this number dirt were (la-sl"d.: a* to as a "blackt
1 the atii'tiug inuviftiou tll.Al the for hoary UBM ...., iM tiI

rfptecheg iu cougress, directed necessity i it for democratic amity and The speeches: made would fill a rute. The racial Hue has no place is NIIM
right will prevail, and that ilu-1 I luidit"wrlldoue the waraiafM of to .. Uk4 Bt
o definitely and with mature consideration unification. The time has come volume 1Ii large as Webster's: ) Unabridgded iu courts of justice. Offenders againstthe ,* -

1 at the issues of the coming when no obstacle to harmony exists gi st4.50(1a..tuful'-tvnnt" Dictionary. Yet, ail that peace and dignity of the state bad exnerdd hII. tiae.Tb. .

n campaign disclose nosign of conflict. In the actual issues forced by events will reward hi" feahy tu duty.--1'atat was done of a public nature my be should have the same fair trial and I I ..J....., ........ ... .es.d .

The intellectual arty| spokesmen in upon the attention of the people. Beach XtA ".- --.----- ..- corn pressed into less than a column of the same just punishment, whatever ovatkw ur trotuttl.rx .. ....,.., I

0 have democratic Lethe t their crime or color of skin. girl, "HDC Mead. .. tom
it both houstg, representing all sections I us peace. this: paper and are herewith submitted

1 of the country, have given precedence : voters tell the leaders that he who : And the majesty of the law must He et.td 11M Iw itt..b .....,'1'"

BABIESON A [ FIRE[ / be enthroned and the ABMMIBt 0f MB4 .> .... tilt e..
iu the deliberate arguments to H not for.peach i"i no democrat. Pa
a the name issues! of government. They ---- -- Cuban reciprocity treaty. its s+tnctionsare disregarded and its taking pbMw, Uu4 IM W hips oM fit

A PLEA FOR HARMONY. it &. w_ .. ....
have addressed: themselves to the Ratified the Panama canal treaty. mandate are not re-pected the very Jl1lIl t1N tfc.* to

foundations of Ifeoiue could not...... IB* ..... ofOBfelBI abiPe
faults of government
, same republican legislation With Itching Burning Scaly a bill providing for the poverumentof -
and ad WlU illtrlitiun. Hon John II. lieagtn, of Texas, the Panamauwal zouItttified *-. insecure. If confidence i is betrayed that bud b... .,..... wttb.

;t "lu the situation of parties there i ih is postmaster: general in the confederate Humors of the Skin the Chinese coin nereiil in the decrion of courts there i* no out reteltatltrlt K* itBmm" < tow Mr.iMWlMl .

not a timely or (preying i*>ue upon cabinet and for a long time senator treaty, providing for two open ports! protection for life and property. We Stuekt w aa.4 BplBH IBHenry ..

which the democracy is divided. in Manchuria.lUtified) have reason for real alarm at the "t, L. III...... hi .... .'...tpaTga .
I from Texas, now in his 85th year, I
IC There is every reason-except thei Instantly Relieved by Baths i a treaty -vith Cuba to cury phenomenal: growth of the spirit of for ..'........ at i Nod pun.....
letter Hon. William
writes to
i a strong
lawlessness. And it is rintine oa fetter "... Mr.Heury dlydtIGS .
r reason of individual 8t1tiiblltfor a i out the terms of the Platt amend not '+l "

--- -. -- -- -- ---1 J. Bryan making an earnest plea for with Culicura Soapy : ment. to any one section of our great count M. K..... .iewi.g litw.

+ harmony and says it is the "para Passed a resolution: authorizing the try. I give it as my deliberate judgment tocktou bwl w.rlMBi *tt. pltl.f.

A Sick liwer; that there is lie cit.JUMf J Mr. isUMktott to 4.
mount" issue if the democratic partexpects president to negotiate a treaty with never an ooe iou Bfbe

I 1 to win a victory. Mr. Reagan And Gentle Applications of ireal Britain with the assent! of when the resort to lynch lw can be u..t IMU rw.i**l ..,aIN ffu(. Mr.

Can work havoc with human happiness. justified. However dark and PI-Mid, aD4 wbowtid hew Mr. 'Iat&.r
and Russia dreadful
Japan if
It can change the cheerful philanthropist [ is a strong admirer of Mr. Bryan Guticura Ointment.Instant I'ro.ttct -

u into a morose misanthrope and the opti- reads his paper in preference to any the fur i teals of the uortb Pacific. the crime, punshmentshould! l*. had MCf'iat... p..ettNM lti ..t 'M
mist into a pronounced pessimist. The inflicted 1 wwt.Catwa.
u Adopted a joint resolution by: due process of law.Every .
liver has a great deal to do with the other would rather have him president providing

I! removal of the of ttl *United States than anyone relief and refreshing sleep for for the transportation on a government lyncher becomes a law despise iI ....... .,... .. ........ .
C When waste of it is the sluggishin body. j else and hence writes as a friend. 1 1j I skin-tortured babies, and rest for tired, vessel. of GOO public schoolteachers and every law despiser! is a betrayerof (wait t-lier ctrl ..-. .. wb; bt

' its action the | He sajs "it is not a question of fretted mothers, In warm baths with to Porto Rico to the United his country. The lynching spirit had lu tru4.ONl a Mtt to p.-.due Pot

(, whole body must I 1j Cuticura Soap and gentle anointing States to take a course in I unrestrained increase in geometrical 1ur.+tt) w etrerwaiatlat which Mr
whether summer
suffer by reason of j we can defeat and punish with Cuticura Ointment the great skin

clogging accumu- I i faction of the democratic cure and purest of emollients to be schools. progression.The totktuo had ,lade ttdIIIa o/.
lations. followed in severe cases by mild doses
4+s The excretory organs but whether we shall by uniting all of Cuticura Resolvent. Ke-euacted Chinese exclusion by a right education of the negro is i He ih... taawl kIr ...... Hi lu

o in general democrats win a victoryitand restore My niece's little baby boy two years rider on the sundry civil bill. at once a duty and a necessity. All (ioveruorMr. J....,... Lt uwwiI. In 1MlatfDt'M.tl
promptly respond old, was so badly afflicted with eczema
1 l to the action of Dr. constitutional government to the people. that he needed constant watching. It Provided for a joint! commission of the resources of the school should be the hear, lie t11lta.elt ...

Kerce's Golden I! was all over his face and he scratchedthe the two pones to investigate the ship exhausted in elevating his character, tuedialely sat ......
Medical Discovery. sores constantly. Mornings his
-- -
a It restores the liver I "May 10" will--- --in the dreams clothes would be stained with blood subsidy quewtion.I improving his condition and increasing htoek. ........ by ...114.."
to healthy I appear and bis face and hands would be cov- the
activity, I Appropriated1,7OOO,4iOi to purchase his:: capacity as a citizen. The w hole &t .Iae Flagla....., ...IRb
purifies the blood, of some of our candidates iu box car tred. Ills family never could take him I
1 I and cures diseases I letters for the next few months while out, as his face was always full of large a site at the Pennyslvania l railroad terminal policy of an enforced ignorance is the tit"uatw rtt*4 (orMr. IwlNllt eI .U.
of the of digestion sores. They had medical treatment,
organs illogical and (
in New York American 6toekio
for and
and nutri 1 others will have horrible nightmares and tried everything they heard of. a branch (Jfst. unChristian. r..1IM l tiHI .

r( tion. She commenced using the Cuticura office. It is possible in a despotism, but bank bualaros, iwlawtaM
with "June 7" as the haunting JW.u.
Remedies last and
Mr Edward Jacobs. i I spring found that at
of )lar nRo. CrawfordCo. : emblem. last she had a wonderful healer. The Authorized lease at not more than perilous in a republic. It is Indefensible i- tiou by WMU oo. ;**.. N hw ,. n.

After.. Indiana three years writes of: I II sores left his face and he was entirely OOj.1)$) a year of a post office building on any grounds of social or politi at this time weN ria$ "..., ticiMiito .
'I cured, and his face is smooth
now as
suffering with liver The Socialists first
trouble and malaria Iga'e are to nominate and rosy as though no sore had ever in Xew York to be erected at the cal wisdom and is unsupported by on the gore! uI hk bel.g ratsiud. tte..
up all hopes of candidates for president and vice been there to it."
mar Central Terminal. any standard of ethics at the time
or justice. f.fI
ever getting: stout If tttiettttttu..tt it _..
again and the last president. At the MRS. L. J. ROOT,
-a/ chance war>try your convention held JERUSALEM N. Y. Passed a bill providing a pension of one fact is more clearly demonstratedby the senator'. Qgilt < nil pttgpl.
medicine. I had tried an! the home doctors I iu Chicago last week these honors FEB. 12 1898. _._
{100 month for the logic of -
and recfiied but little relief. After taking three I a those who totally lost history than anotherit

and tattle one*of vial Dr.of Pierce'his Pleasant Golden relicts Medical,'I Discovery am stout : were bestowed on Eugene: V. Debs, of On March 7, 1903, five years later, sight in the military and naval ser is that education is an indispeustble Another P'Uld"U.1 Cuf.4.\t

and hearty. It is due entirely to your wonderful Illinois, and Benjamin! Hanford of Mrs. Root writes: vice. condition of wealth I! The friend of (t.[. Jaat,.. "U.'bournt' .
1 tneuianes. "I received your note of kind in and prosperity.

The sole motive for substitution is to New York. quiry and am pleased to inform yon of Loaned the Louisiana Purchase Exposition This is a universal law of Celuwirttii heir.established .
permit the dealer to make the little more the permanent cure of my little boy. without exemption a bureau abd
profit paid by the sale of less meritorious lie Is now a healthy child with pink Company1OOOOOO.. or exception. Ignorance is a ltiet NNblas
medicines. lie gains: you lose. Therefore Wartmanu i is a political GamalielIf and white skin free from all blemish.It Provided for a $475,000 exhibit at cure for nothing. a vigorous cAUipalguoo I.r ....... +

accept no substitute for "Golden you want to know anything of has been a marvellous cure and the Portland, Ore., exposition. at St.' Loins. -
Medical Discovery." brought about in a short time after all The indications point to
Dr. Herce's Pleasant Pellets assist the politics become his pupil. other medical aid failed. Provided for the extension of the day. My U a better Co!. Kllboarao U a .... I Mf ...,..
0 action of the "I>isco\'ery." They are Paid throw hat the world.. Cufaear KaolTrot. Jfc. east front of the capitol and a senate message to the younger crat and U
(la formal ChocoUta: Cotttd TU of eat, loyal| to U IN
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j easy to take agree with the weakest Carlos Sistrunk didn't $ ruu. He Ointmeat,Me,8o p.25e. DepoUi London,57 Ctaftalv office building. people of the south. Into their coley w."
csrirtitation i+e!q.. F rU.i Rue de U Fan'; Bottoo. n Cotambu strong He WM ao ideal
l and do not beget the pill Hew. A,. futter Chemical C wp..Hot Propnetonu J| Grand total if appropriations, $781 hinds the country is | WtMhc' and b.It
l halit tis-xeal for"fits tuucun: gha Boot": soon to be com deal
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-crsnongiiis;to Mrs.-H.-.-.Jt.R I .

1MENTI MYSTERY AT LAFOLLETTE 1ENN I RUSSIANS? RETREAT I of .Savannah, Ga., who lived in Newton I I NOJ! :E.I .s.

some years ago with her son, J. I Vegetables 1."

N. Lovell. To ihe} (Miroii"ud frirmU (If the

LAST CLEARED UP HAS $200,000, FIRE JAPS GIVE BATTLE Her summer house of here 1897 was, according robbed 'duringthe to the Oi--+b High School. I to bring good prices roast hate

At rherequlufq.tite a uiimberoftbepitrotnof both size c V
police record, the burglary being com t .
matted in broad daylight the robbers th>* Oiit i High School: I I andqtralitjr -
Entire Business Section Burnedto Severe Engagement Occurs to
His Has Been Found Af'
Body driving up to the house in a fashion we liareurriUtifd to h lii its jif.idexercNet

ter Many Months. the Ground. South of Liao Yang. :I I I able equippage. Walking boldly up ulitilJ in the IHIO ry in.steluJ I soil t

to the house the men unlocked the good 1Y
-- EVACUATION OF NEW CHWANG I door and ransacked the house at their I of lliPOfiHTa !ll'MI-f. i; made
leisure. They were never caught. We IVSTIV to Mimiiunce that owing ; better by '

Retreating Russians Are Overtakenby I the use ,
to tin- limited cltpt'it. u f lilt armory
Losses Are Covered by Insurance t.
Btdy of Philadelphian Who Mysteriously
Division of First HENRY M. STANLEY DEAD.I I I of a fertilizer 1 -
Japanese Army and in virw of th- fact Umttjuitea
Diuppured Last October, and.for Amount of $60OOo-Fire OriginatedIn i L
Corps-After Battle the Russians I debt ha" l-em ,-<>uiractfor the rent
which Large Reward Was Offered, at Lamp Room of Cumberland Inn Famous African Explorer Is Claimed
Fled to the North. by Grim Reaper. of org.usaini pianos f+r the various:.
Which Was
Last Found. Destroyed. '
Shan Hai Kwan, May 10.-9 p. ta. London May 11.-Sir Henry M. department of the s'-liooi+ no com

Dig Stone Gap, Va., May 10.-The Knoxville, Tenn., May 11.-The entire -It is reported that the first Japanesearmy Stanley, the African explorer is dead. pliiiieniury tie*+rin 'will its Stint out

body of dward L. Wentz was found business section of the town of corps having followed the Rus Stanley achieved fame by discover- .

About 1 mile from the place where LaFollette, Tenn. about 40 miles from sians retreating from the Yalu river, ing Livingston, who had been lost in this y'rar.Thr \Vew.-lM-ni! J "* It.r..

nU horse was found after his disap- here was burned to the ground this overtook them 20 miles south of Lioa the wilds of Africa for years. He faculty N compelled to make aswan mai..a. for alo-it them lie ....JJ ... to .wKALI > ',A.a..orilu .-,

p Nr&Dot. The body was unquestionably morning. Yang yesterday and a severe engage accomplished tnls exploit many years charge:: for admission to meet (jEl nAN WORMS

Identified.The Thirty-five buildings were destroyed, ment ensued. ago for James Gordon Bennett, the 1'.rlw.r Mrrrt. .r
tbe ttlNvt' turned :New
clothes were slightly scorched occasioning a loss of about $200,000, The Japanese dragged their guns proprietor of The New York Herald.' mi. exjwMiMWRespectfully A.:..... ... !Y .- $....M.

Vy the burning of the leaves in a re- with about $00,000 insurance.The up hills believed be unsurmounta Subsequentlly he led many explorin ) ,

cent mountain fire as if the body had fire originated In the lamp room ble. The Russians thereupon continued expeditions into Africa and was J>o. H. WORKMAN, Priuci 11I.1. r

beep covered. J. F, Bullitt general I of the Cumberland Inn, one of the to retreat north.A knighted for his services by the late

counael* and E. J. Prescott, auditor ot three large brick buildings in the division of the first corps is ap- Queen Victoria. Summer Normal.

tho Virginia Coal and Iron company, town. The Inn was destroyed.All proaching New ChR ang, which is now Stanley, although an Englishman The Oracle Springs Normal and

irkich Mr. Wentz was general mana- the guests escaped uninjured garrisoned fry: a handful of Russians. spent many years in the United States. Commtrcia' Inititutr will npeii for IT'S( t tI

**r. have gone to the place. They except Dr. W. C. Adams, who jumped Japanese scouts have been seen G He served in the confederate army fora its fifth iiiumer term ou June 13.

have wired his brother, D. B. Wentz, from a third floor window and brokea miles from New Chwang. time and his enemies allege that he ut8gi-sexc'eilfUt, expenses light ; I >

at Philadelphia. leg and Fred Hall who was ever. Nineteen women were the last civilians deserted, but this charge his friends eulpher: t.ring h1M hutetrt ted I 11

A thorough post-mortem will be held come by smoke and was badly burned. to leave New Chwang for Shan denied. adf1r.' J. H. Itrionii, principal, FOR

tnd indications point to murder and Both will recover. Hai Kwan. They arrived here tonight Gaiurt'willr, or L I... Metres', Oraug-

concealment, and the body in in sufficient The town has no fire department, and confirmed the reports of the evacuation WERE COMPLETELY ROUTED. prim-: 513 .lIt \\:! .

state of preservation to disclose and the efforts to control the flames of New Chwang.St. .
were through quickly organized bucket Battle Fought Between Brazilian Do NotBe Imposed Upon.
this. The body was accidentally ,
Petersburg, May p.m. !
Forces and Pet vians. YOU
brigades. available vessel
found bra small boy, while out huntIng Every
-Although it is hardly credited hereas New York, May li.dispatch Fol>y & C.' .., Ctucuji, originated .
water into
carrying was pressed
cows, lying on the side of the ( It is shown that General
Kuropatkin Honey and'l'/tr asaibrott I and tool
service and the citizens of the town, from Manaos announces that an important -

almost to a man, joined in the volnu- is withdrawing his advance posts battle has been fought between remedy, and ou account of the great

teer brigade.A along.the Manchurian Litteral on the Brazilian forces and the Peruvians merit and Ittrpul tri') or Foley':' Hon. U

stiff north wind was blowing, and Liao Yang) it Is announced this morn- near the river Chandles, cables ey and Tar 11111/\; imi'aiioiis art> otlpr- I DRINK

this breeze carried the flames swiftly ing from Mukden that the railroad between The Herald's correspondent at Rio ed for thi- -niiiiie... Ask for Foley'sHouey
Port Arthur and Liao has
.-* from one building to another until Janiero, Brazil. The Peruviansere and Tar "nd refiHf tiny mbfeiitntfottre'i -
been repaired and is working.
Tennessee avenue was burned on both completely routed. Ji- no oilier preparation
Hai Cheng, north of New Chwang,
sides front the Cumberland Inn to the The Brazilian troops under General will ijive the snie 1o=arisf:+cliou. It is
Is already to have been
LaFollette company's planing mills. Medeiros, started from Manaos going mildly I l Uxati*. It i-muaiiH opiates
] but there is nothing official on
directly to the front when the Acre aud is *-aft fur 'hiidn; and delicate
this point. The Russian garrison still
I II dispute became acute. P"I'Uttj..
I 111(11110' Drug'tore. m
i remains at New Chwang, but the abandonment
I | In spite of the importance of this
II of that place is only conj j
I' news it Is the general opinion here
eldered to be a question of days.
I ji that there will be no war between p&-I
i t The army organ assumes that the i ii THE GREATHEALTH
'j ru and Brazil.
;i i' are retiring on Liao Lang, j I

leaving "temporarily" the defense ot SYMPATHETICSTRIKE PROBABLE.
Arthur to the naval squadron I i a DRINK

garrison. The organ also as- Thirty Thousand Workmen In Shipyards ei

> that the Japanese have already i; May Quit.

tLb thus assuring a junction betweenKuroki's s workmen in the shipyards of this I

army and the Japanese ,city, Hoboken, Staten Island and
on the peninsula": The army Shooters Island are threatening to

EDWAED L. WENTZ. thinks the force disembarked strike in aidof the 5,000 boilermak-'f

mountain- about a quarter of a mile Taku Shan is probably part of the ,ers who have gone out in an effort to ,

off the trail at a point which waspassed army "concerning the mobiliza- ,enforce their demand for the closed SUMMER 1( Tita.(
of which the Japanese have so shop.
repassed many times by j -
Marching parties shortly after his dis spread misleading reports." The :Marine: Trades Council may orj I j Jerry Burnett,
commends the retirement from Feng ,der i
appearance. general sympathetic strike. ii
Cheng which it considers be i
It was near Kelly View on a spur !
of the Black mountain and only a few of strategetical Importance. There SITUATION IS CRITICAL. j!i Merchant J Ji 5 I .
absence of official information. The .
feet from the track of the Louisvilleand
Nashville railroad that Edward L. are as silent as the grave ; Wheatcroft Company Begins Operations i i{

Wentz mysteriously disappeared Oct. ng General Kuropatkin's j With Nonunion Miners. Tailoring. M ETTO is a delicious

14, 1903. only declaring that his tactics i I Madfeonville, Ky., May ll.-A report "J

Two days after the disappearance of 1'i be vindicated. ;received from Wheatcroft today says I beverage m I. d e ,,
The report of the appearance of the j < Ocala, Florida.
Wentz the tidings were communicatedto that the mines of the Wheatcroft Mi-1 i
at Kwan Tien Sien on the ::\IukI[ ,ning has from ripe Saw Palmetto
his parents Dr. and Mrs. John S. company begun operations Finest
road from the Yalu Imported and
causes some
. Wentz, of Philadelphia The parents i with nonunion miners employed and i I
' The report is three i Domestic Cloths. Berries. Absolutely free
hastened to the scene on a special j the union men who have been diplacI{I
days old. Only small detachments
train. Daniel B. Wentz a brother ed are Idle. Cutting a SpecialtyFits to
: f infantry and cavalry then appeared, from harmful drupe Metto
became almost frantic and in a day The situation is regarded as critical Guaranteed
1 it is possible: that they were a
or two a thousand men were scouringthe as union miners are very angry.
1 of skirmishers of General Kuro stimulates the Liver,
mountains. The belief at first w
1 fourth division, who were sent J/e/VElt and MACJLAl(
Strike in Powder Works. I
he was either kidnaped for a flushes the Kidneys acts
large ransom or murdered by moun protect the Japanese Niagara Falls, N. Y., May 11.-A j .. ....._ .. ,
J flank. If the -- .
Japanese could _. ..
t strike between 300 '- -- ---- --
affecting -
taineers and 400
and his body concealed. A j I --- directly the Bidder
i on this road, above Liao Yang, the i
skilled at the works of the
few days afterwards a reward of $25- men Ontario 0rpAi(

000 was offered for the recovery of 1 position there would be Power company and the Canadian \j 'ya&as" -; .. -.,&m&, ..., ..,:' Makes the
( The papers here seem Power i s ''M MKAwssai. ); ;'. ;..'';i.i, ---- organs per-
Wentz dead or alive. Niagara companyon the Canadian .I I
i ] concerned about the effect of the
It was subsequently increased:: to i side of the river, is In effect I form their functions in a
I succsses upon the Chinee which : ties FUNER.ALDIRECTOtS.
130,000. I practically up the contract I
:: 1 about the ultimate result of the .Il
work on the two plants. natural I thereby:
i way,
Body Fullly Identified. < The Russ, reviewing UK l I

to date says: .
UnicnCigarmakers Strike. I keeping the In
Louisville system a
Evening "The fears expressed as to the .
ef-I I Chicago, May 11.-Three hundred
Post special from Big Stone Gap Va. even: of the temporary
says: j the Japanese upon the Asiatics, union cigar makers have gone on a Have/ a full stock of Coflins.I Caskets perfect and healthy ttit-

The body of F. L. Wentz, although) more general and are beginning to I itrike here. t j and Burial Outfit?. =Sp'-rial given lo I dition. : : : : ; F

partly decomposed, has been fully alarm many of the leaders I tisi ferviet .

identified. His clothing was intact European politics.. who dry?tI fur Delivers Credential Papers. i
The front teeth Belgrade, May 11.-John B. Jackson, Sold All 4
are missing. His complications. Moderation and Embalming to Order by fruptb?
revolver had three shots missing and ''I are the principal orders of the United States minister to Servia, delivered !

his eye-glasses were found about 20 Nephew of Mrs. Vanderbilt Dies. day for all European governments.The his credentials to King Peter -.JC
today. The minister I ,,
bet away. The body lies near the New York, :May: 11.-Edward Er- bourse Gazette remarks: was escorted ty --- -.iI .J..

Blackwood road, about a mile northof skine Gwynne nephew of Mrs. Corn "It is not given us to know how and from the palace by a detachmentof I 11

Kelly Cave. The space adjacentto lies Vanderbilt, is dead in this city long the night will last, but we know the King's guards. I ft ThoseA 1ultkwbts

the body has been roped off and a after an illness of several weeks. Mr. the morning will come. *ais is not RIOT AT CMING KIANU. 1! L1" .

guard placed around it. The relatives Gwynne only a question of the Far East j : ;i :Wr'.1'1:
was 33: years old. He was butof I aT'J nt.i .oist!' { l n I' tin 't a,,.....
: have lefi Philadelphia on a special well known socially in flew York and our position in Asia and in the Quarters of Police Burned-Several .f/ j;iI t4'ulj, (', b'icttsrt: ora8: i 1\-,1': 1'+Uinaw tlnC

train, and are expected here today in Paris, where he had lived much of world. Our great development since Persons Killed. I/ !I\\ \ ; ,' "r.nr'. .."'-.t. t"- :. ."', 7't .i 1": ",, ai i etm_owis!!.

when the inquest will be held. The the time for the last few years. It the Crimean war is not to be destroyed Shanghai, May 12.-There was a ;ft \\\ Lcwouulcrni01n-: *y*'t* i.!i "49Uaabl|

body was discovered by a party hunt was while he was living in Pans that by the Japanese army penetratin riot at Chin Kiang today. The mob 1 \It

Ins missing cattle. Wentz was found he got into financial difficulties which into Manchuria." burned the quarters of the new police t I. ERBINE: '

lying on his back, his head resting on brought him considerable publicity, The admiralty declares- positively force. Several persons were killed I ) i. "S V .

a log. two years ago when he filed a ached that the report of the destruction ot or injured.PRISONER'S. I Jbffl ill AI I, t' hash their .::f.c --. at of M.....
ule the armored cruiser Rurik is false. ,: dcsu'y: ctfects. he HVt JMB
in bankruptcy FR' /-' ..
proceedings, show -1--1
Retires from Presidency. I Ing liabilities of $5G, 30 and assets of Cannot Sail. WILD LEAP. I V;. I. 3S iy< : A ttodtooilvoo-.nuj.i'ij) 'tilt frn.t-Kh...eCuM.B0tx

Nashville Tenn., May 10.-Th re: $57. .. \\ tion, bOGu cu 1 l", tvt4tA4 .. ... .
Seoul, April 30.-Delayed( in Transmission. He Feet to the Ground :J tHi N
Sprang Twenty !
tlrement of Rev. J. Benson Hamilton I I > lirarUL'. U,) ;",: '" ooo1 TI3!
from the presidency of Walden uni- May Rest by Livingston. .)-The Japanese authoritieperemptorily From Court Room. 1 //\V l =. l.: IT 1OoMY.
refuse to permit steamers Montgomery, Ala., May 11.-J. E. tii ;
varsity will take effect at the closeof London, May 11.-Sir Henry M. SOo :t. ;llat+le. .... Bryce
the present term and Dr. Hamilton Stanley, tho African explorer, whose to sail from Chemulpo for Chinam- Russell, alias Eddie Callahan, charged ..
death was |o or to leave that port. with safe blowing, made a desperate ,
OW jo nraa2Btrera &m aumsai HIM early today,
attempt to here
movement in behalf of the superannuated passed away peacefully shortly aftere escape Monday -
Revolution Reported in Haiti. afternoon. Albert Driscoll, arrested Brick
and retired ministers of t 6 o'clock. He was conscious to the LOT W
last and able to St. Thomas D. W. I., May .-TheGerman with Russell, was on trial and Russell JOHNSON
Methodist church. He Is
a brother j recognize his wife.
of Bishop John W. Hamilton and has Before he died Sir Henry expressed a cruisers Vinetta, Gazelle, being a witness, was put under theo Lime Dealer ,.
Falke and Panther, which were t rule and sent to the witness room. ia
ben president of the university for wish to be buried at his country seat
have sailed today for Newport News; Chief of Police Cases of Mobile also Hair
three years. The board of trust to Furz Hill Pirblght, Surrey. NW[ AHD
will leave instead for Port-Au-Prince, a witness volunteered to guard him. SECONDHkND! MACHINERY(
be selected by the general conferencenow The question, however, is being discussed -.
Haiti. It is reported that a revolution Russell, when the officer was looking Cement .
ia session at Los Angeles will of burying him beside Livingston
has broken out there. from the --
away, leaped second ---
story PROPRttTO
elect a successor to Dr. Hamilton. in Westminster Abbey. Laths Of
window 20 feet to the ground.He THE LAKE
Methodist General Conference.Los CITY MACHINE SHOPS.
struck on his feet and plunged
DIED IN TERRIBLE AGONY. Angeles, Cal., May .-Addresses And Locomotives For Sale and
forward on his face. Almost Immediately Lease,

Excessive from fraternal delegates to Part of Plunder of Burglary Committed he began to crawl forward to Second Hand RaH Ba''|M a..d s.N
Drinking of Pop and SmokIng the Methodist Shingles.
general conference was In 1897. the fence, dragging his foot, which Thru
the the order today at the morning sessionat Newton 11.W1iU6plowing < fur "ule or ......
Cigarettes Cause.
Mass., May was badly crushed. When the prisoner For H..Ie-

LaPorte, Ind., May 10.-Howard Fo- which Bishop J. H. Vincent of in a field William E. Trussell jumped several officers ran downstairs Our 16x24: Tolt..rt J.narIQ- (>?*' 14:1/ ..... .

gle died today in terrible agony from Zurich Switzerland presided. Amongthe unearthed a bg! box of treasure, which and Detective Lacy, of Mobile, Oe 14slo S..w, Yi>rk r'ufety. Our ItIM' 14e1. At .1z-
meningitis brought on by excessive speakers was Rev. 3. C. Kilgo, was found to be part of the plunder ota caught him. He was awfully enragedat Offics and Shopsnear Onl'..7JHP Ilarri OorlU. flaw 12x11: Krf r t. ..t

drinking of pop eating popcorn and D.-'., Methodist Episcopal church, burglary committed here in, 1897. his failure and said if he had not Oll Uu ta 12HP( ;j I South president of Durham:: college. Most of the ) HP hivh |>re turi25HP > rl"'lUU Nt1Mtr twilllr. 11th s
smoking clr arettes. j property was recovered struck a coping he would have gotten S. t'. L. Freight Oil" F'oourul., iwIer), ail a hi 0' I {
FIe was 15 years of age. j Durham X. C. These addresses occupied which consisted of jewels, rings away l hand) and niitrrniarliiiifry. .ft..r 11I11. e hit

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Japs Hold Memorial Services. WASTED INDUSTRY.A 1 troteeetattal.

FENG-W ANG-CHENG Seoul May 6.-2:30 m.-The Japanese ---- - --- ---1
p. --- ---- -
; Monne Task That Failed Beca v fit $.BIGGS,
residents of this city held ser of a Lack of Ingenuity.A j. -

vices today both in celebration of the I number of white footed mica ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.

CAPTURED BY JAPS victory on the Yalu and in commemoration I which I had In captivity, says a writerin (Of5ce in Gary-Ajfnew" Block.) Pd 1

of those of their countrymen: wno Country Life In America, escaped OCALA. Ft.ORIDA. vr ,
fell in battle. After the memorial
from their cage to a. cupboard in the D.
Rumors of Fierce Fighting and service luncheon was served in the It FULLER..:_
kitchen, and thence through a hole in .
old east palace. The afternoon and
the plaster and between the laths to the DENTIST. I Z
Heavy Losses. eveningfas given over to sports and w rI
Over Munroe &Chambliss Bank Ocala. Fla.
walls of the house. Every night they
--- fireworks. Many Korean officials attended
out for food. One ev r.ins 1 saw
came M. TIIO [P50PHYIlU
PORT ARTHUR BOTTLED UP the exercises. J _
a mouse come out of the cupboard I
I I .
lie found a hickory taut on the floor I AND SURGEON.O
To All Large Vessels the Port Is Said Manchurians Hostile to Russians. I and attempted to carry it up the wall : over Tea-pot Grocery Opp, Montezuma.
New York, May 9.-Sign's: of growing OCALA. FLA.J7DWIN .
To De twelve inches to the hole in the plaster
Completely Blocked, Except i
the Russians have
hostility against _
but, alas, the crack between the laths
to Small Vessels Other War News become evident among tae inhabitantsof ; was too narrow, and after fumblingwith SPENCERATTORNEYATLAW_ I

From Far EaE I Manchuria, sine e the Russian re- his burden for a minute or two ,

verse on land, says a World dispatch- he dropped it to the floor. Next he OCALA. 7-S-y FLORIDA '

To,. ay 7.-U p. m.-Vice Admiral from St. Petersburg. In consequenceof tru-d to push! it In ahead of him, and { ; S $
Toga reports that the entrance to this, the guards along the railway failing in that, he went in himself, J K. CHASE _

Port Arthur is blocked completely to : line have been considerably strengthened turned round and attempted to pull it DENTIST,

all vessels except small boats. He ; According to a Mukden dispatch in after him. Occasionally it would OCALA FLA.C..RLOS.L. "

add that the Japanese have not losta i a railway guard 2 miles northof slip out of his paws and roll upon the 5r r { ,

I kitchen floor, and then out he would SISTRONK.
single war vessel, although the attack Tyndspatoun numbering 100 men,
resulted in considerable loss ol was attacked last Sunday by brigands. come and repeat the whole performance. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I I
II lIe tried it again and again, but I'I
life. Sharp fighting took place, during Fla. 821
Room 4 Masonic Building Ocala S ,
with no better success. lIe kept at it ,
Seoul. May G.-2:20 p. m.-A dis which one Russian was killed and ._-- '- l'r
until far into the night, and when I \
patch from An Lieutenant Korableff and four men : \
Tung says it is ru- awoke at 7 o'clock the next morningthe v tI\iit ,
mored that the Japanese were seriously wounded. '. \ Il.
captured i '
first thing that I heard was that i ( \':
Feng Wang Cheng May 4, after firce mouse or another one fumbling and < \,.\

fighting and that the losses on both BAR INDORSES HAMMOND. dropping the hickory nut. II \ \

sides were very heavy. Since then 1 have kept them well \\

Gary's Probable Successor as Judge of supplied with nuts, and, although they' '. ..

HEAVY FIGHTING EXPECTED. the Augusta Circuit. still spend hours in carrying them to \ '

Augusta Ga., May 9.-Hon. Henry C. the crack in the laths ant letting them leeds 1, '\
General Kuroki's fall they are always forced In the end
Army '
Advancing Hammond, one of the leading attor ;' cost m'jre-yieUmore-
Upon Russian Position. neys of the Augusta bar. will succeed to eat them in the cupboard. There is AiM&fg'jij save: all experimenting I ,r'yr'r= tcisa

St. Petersburg, May 7.-1:02 plainly a lack of Ingenuity, because ten' .r save rseSundardScedi.ii'.ippomtmtnts 48.
p. m.- Judge William T. Gary as judge of I. ; J't' ,. '
would have solved .>;: --:;
minutes' gnawing S.) J tall dealers 1904 .
The Russian ; -ftf "'""'"
capital has now been the superior court of the Augusta cir in ft. /7 per J Annual yostpail tree A ,'" .
the problem. Had the aperture .
without news from Port ;'t5 3 Dllc.1nts. -..
Arthur for almost cuit. The appointment has not yet ) : -=- -. ,
21 hours. The last telegram been made nor will it be made foJ either ease been too narrow to admit stir; : UJ. PERRY & CO., W.ir. G --:=- ----4--

1 received was filed at C o'clock last several days. But Mr. has themselves they would have quickly U Detroit Och.
Hammond widened it with their teeth, but to apply _.
night. It is believed the spot where been informally indorsed by fife bars the same principle to get the nut We Conduct a Strictly First Class

the Japanese cut the railroad and telegraph of each of the counties of the circuit through seemed to be a piece of rea

line is near Port Adams, opposite and there is little doubt that he will soning entirely beyond them. Watch the Kidneys

be appointed by the governor.

No news of other landings .on the The fact that work had been done HISTORY OF THE COACH.The Family Liquor Store.

Liao Tung peninsula has reached the In the interest of Mr. Hammond is no WHEN THEY ARE AFFECTED LIFE IS

general staff.Important lack of reverence or respect to the First of These Vehicles Was IN DANCERA .

developments are hourly memory of Judge Gary. It has beena Built In 1457.

ipected from Feng Wang Cheng, and well known fact for months that he As popular as coaching is in some WORD OF WARNINGDr. We on'th@
freight or charge following
prepay express :
news of heavy fighting there is anticipated would never sit on the bench again parts of the country but little reliable

shortly.A and business had become _so greatly information has ever appeared in the ABERNETHY, the great English Spring Dale Baltimore Rye, 15 years old, 4 full quo 9(1.00. I: full

telegram from General Kuropatkin congested in the district that it was public press respecting its history anddevelopment physician and surgeon, well known to all qts. X15.00.Ftrnily .

At the town of Kotze, in physicians sounded word of warning to
says: imperative to have some one ready to Cabinet Maryland Rye 12 years old, 4 full Hungary, in IW", the first coach was the medical profession and to all mankind
"General Kuroki's army is advancing take up the task at the earliest oppor- qts. $12.00.
constructed. This was soon afterwardpresentt'l1. when he uttered the words "Watch tht
upon the Russian position in two di- tunity. :
Ylslons. The enemy with artillery, .to Charles VII. at Paris. The kidneys; when they art affected lift is lirutii Maryland Rye,10 years old,4 full qts. $1.00.12 full qt.. 911.00.
first authentic record of a stagecoachin
has reached Kao LI Meun, called the FUNERAL JUDGE GARY. England shows that six of such in dange,.." XXIX ilonoasahela Rye, 7 years old, 4 full qta. 8:1.20. J: full qUo g-'.OU. I

"Gate of Korea," which is within ten It Is the duty of these organs to keep
vehicles were in use there in 1CC2. So Coupons to our semi-monthly free distribution with pureba Wt
miles of Feng Wang Cheng." Last Sad Rites Over our blood strained of poisonous Impurities
DistinguishedJurist. popular did they become in that coun- guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. References; National lUuk

try that a few years later they were in that are capable of cawIng the most fatal of Jacksonville, The Mercbantile Agencies. Remit by rwtnfitae er flrrflt4t!

STOESSEL ISSUES ORDER. Augusta Ga., May 9.-The funeralof general use on all the principal roadsof forms of disease. Wtea trey do not per money order. Goods shipped promptly and In plain box: *.

Judge Gary will take place today the kingdom. form their work properly,then trouble !a

J. Russian General Admonishes Troopsof from his late residence in Summer- Steam railways have to a large extent some form la sure to follow sooner or later, 1 .. .

His Command. I ville. done away with the use of the and If neglected, death will follow.

Port Arthur, Friday May 6.-(Delay The interment will be in the city coach as a link in the commercial chain, Some of the moat Important symptom REFLECT( A MOMENT7I (
ed in Transmission. Lieutenant Gen- but of furnishing the high-
)- cemetery. Rev. Sparks W. Melton, as a means are, aching in the back or hips, swollen /
eral Stoessel has issued an order to pastor of the First Baptist church, will est type of recreation the coach and 1
ankles under the
puffiness dry or
the troops of his command a?, follows officiate, assisted by several other min four is as popular today in the British i
: isters of the same faith. The empire and in France as it was when furred tongue, unnatural appetite and ,l Have :you decided on the kind o
"On April 30 and May 1 th eenemj house has been draped in mourningand this was practically the only means of great thirst,weakness and loss of weight, ill \1 y 'k'i: fertilizer you are going to use? U*.
locomotion in those countries. sediment or cloudiness in the urine, dry-
( crossed the Yalu river in great will remain so for the next 30 1 ; I1 1 not a question of how much, but
'. Stagecoaching in America was almost Desi of the skin or strong perspiration,
force and our troops fell back to positions days as a mark of respect to the memo r what kind when U\i bnt result
coextensive with the settlement disorder of the stomach and liver. y
which had been previously se- ory of the dead man. The widespread
of the colonies, and in the early history All the above symptoms do not appearIn can be obtained You can't make a
lected. popularity of th e deceased has caused
14 4 of the country there were few if any and all disorder mistake when use our high grade
"Yesterday the enemy effected an sorrow to dwell in nearly every; homein any one case, kidney you
I places of importance that did not
Important landing on the Liao Tung the city and the funeral will be one welcome the sound of the coachman's will cot present the same symptoms. 41' t' fertilizers.

peninsula, south of Pitsewo and in the of the largest this city has ever horn as one of the fascinating incidentsof There la nothing that so quickly and Highest cash price paid for dry bones

vicinity of Kin Chou bay. Now our known. pioneer life. As civilization pushed surely makes the kidneys right as FOLEY'IKIDDY j

work Is beginning. Naturally, the itself westward the stagecoach was CUBE. It is a preparation of the

enemy will destroy railway communications Tests of Clorides Made. ever In the lead of those agencies which best known remedies used by the world's FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG. !OIPUT,

and endeavor to drive our New York, May 9.-Tests are being blazed its pathway. These vehicles, as most celebrated kidney specialists. It li Gainesville, Fla.

troops back to Port Arthur and besiege made of various clorides and other well as their equipments were comparatively endorsed by physIcians and used by thou

this fortress. Russia's bulwarl! chemicals in connection with a project crude In their constructionand sands. It has saved many lives,and while -- --

In the Far East. We will defend ;l now under discussion by the unpretentious In their appoint U cannot cure hopeless cases, it will pre ,

until the arrival of the troops whichare health department to check the spreadof ments, but they admirably served the vent fatal kidney troubles and give relief vv XTE tiVANT _
coming to relieve us. I considerit tuberculosis here. purpose for which they were intended
It is planned, In even the last stages of kidney dlstue.PostoftW .
to call to display should the and laid the foundation for the popularity in the Stato
my duty upon you tests prose successful, to Every Grower
unceasing vigilance and caution. use disinfectants in the water with of coaching as a pleasurable pas. Drugstore.
time developed in later -- ------ ---
and you must be ready at all times to which the streets are sprinkled. It is years. To Have Our Books:
Coaching parties had been popular in
demean yourselves towards your gen believed that tuberculosis as well
; as
England and France for several generations It Will '}'I.Olun."EGE'l'IUIS.A complete manu>>lou FkrfnU efujsl.
eral with the dignity and order becoming many other diseases are spread chiefly -
before they were introduced in of special interest OraiHfFLORIDA irr'we-rss
the glorious troops of Russia in the dust of the streets as a result "}'I.OIUnOU.XGES.Book
the is whole-
this country, yet sport: so "rioilVari.tM.'uUlvs.
No matter what happens, you must of the drying of the saliva which some and enjoyable that it cannot be STRAlVBERRIES"-Booklt" on

not lose your courage, but remember has been expectorated by persons suf doubted that in time it will become as Pay You Lion, and Fertilization. Seed ..l (
"IRISH 1.OT4.'I'OES.-Thkl t on Soil, Plantingai 'elllveliag,
that everything is possible in war, and fering front consumption.
popular here as it is across the Atlantic. and "
Effect of Fertilizers, Discing Slipping.
that we shall be able, with God's help, .-Illustrated Sporting News. You have any Real Estate "1MXEAPPLE FEUTILIZIXOf t'f't't'lal l interest to l'ia"I'pI

to cope with the arduous task imposed Judge Reserved Decision. I I IF to sell, growers.

us." New York, May 9-Atter trial Zola and Dreyfus' Hook. I
upon a extending IDEAL FEUrl IZI nS"--Hok showing all our ditr-r.ni bran.
over more than two weeks, The editor of a Paris paper, recalling I OR
analyses, prices, eic.
TROOPS IN FINE SPIRITS. Justice Davis of the supreme court what Zola had done for Dreyfus, called New and Revised Editions of abevs just publishtd, sent FREE for the tsklif

today reserved decision in the suit upon the novelist to have him review You're thinking of coming

Confidence Expressed by Czar's MenIn of Moritz T. Krnst and Carl Ernst. the unfortunate captain's book, the history IF to Florida for a home, WILSON & TOOMEI FERTILIZER COMP(HY
of his troubles. The visitor found
Russia's Final Success. bankers and brokers of this city, to
him at the big table in his library, doing OCAfA SEED STOKE AGE.\TS OCA Li, .'1.\.
Mukden May 9,-Still no foreign compel the American Spirits Manufacturing OR
his day's work. "Review Captain
correspondents are allow ] company to give an accountingand !
newspaper Dreyfus' book!" he repeated when the You desire to inyest in any
LJao Yang, where all the foreign for the return of and : I
at property 1KO.W.HYDE:, Vie Prtf
proposition was made to him. He got IF I kind of Florida property, JAS.M.GRAHAM, President
attaches are detained. assets alleged to have been wrongly
up and ambled round the table-a short
Captain William V. Judson of the diverted. man with a stomach and no presence

engineer corps United States Army* -grunting at intervals. Finally he TO SEE The First National Bank !

who U to accompany the Russian Sparta Postoffice Robbed. said: "Why should I review his book? OR WRITEOCALA.

army during hostilities, and Lieutenant Sparta Ga., May The postofficehere He never even read mine."

Newton A. VcCully. United States s.. was entered by burglars. The OF GAINESVILLE.The .

val attache, and others have oeen outer door of the iron safe was blown The Bigger the Better.A J. HaIIVINGSTON&SONS O Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County, .

provided! with quarters there. off by a charge of nitro glycerine, bul Scottish parish minister was one J Capital. . . . . . . .. . . . .IAO.IIOIUJO

The men on the troop trains! passing the inner door was left intact, the day talking to one of his parishioners Surplus and Undivided Profits. . ... .. .. . *flI.J.IJt1< ,
through Mukden on their way to burglars being frightened off by the who ventured the opinion that ministers FLORIDA.
banking Luaine with facilities equal to auy i>..ak In the
ought to be better paid. Does exclusively a
the front are in excellent spirits, and noise of the explosion. Only a very of Farmers Merebunu tfcrw luoi, =
state. Solicts the accounts ,
In Russia's event small amount of "I am glad to hear you say that,
*i press confidence change was secured.It Etc Interest allowed special arranjeniBt. AH 4tev.
said the minister. "I that
ual success. They ask their officers was evidently the work of profes am pleased transacted proUl pIlI.
when they expect to reach Japan sionals. you think so much of the clergy. Andso 4 FUII 0-lT II. t:. TAY l tBt'ahisf
you think we should have bigger
and already want to know the Jail ?'

names for tobacco, tea and other Survives with Broken Neck. stipends .-- -- :-
tnese said the old "Ye -
"Aye, man. see _
Jackson, :Miss. ". ..
articles. May 9.-"Uncle Dan" we'd get a better class o' men." 20a

Picturesque scenes are frequently Askew, the venerable negro .hack

ti witnessed at the wayside stations driver who had his neck broken in The Retort Unexpected. 6Qts. McMillan Bros

where the troops frequently remain three places during the combat with a "Yes" she said with sarcastic bitterness I

over night. The soldiers are drawnup mad bull Wednesday afternoon, Is stilt :, "I believe it is true that a man $41?

on the platforms, the bugles sound! alive and the attending physician, Dr. : is known before marriage by the company

and then all uncover as the priest ut- Julius Crisler. believes that in spite he keeps." Southern Copper Works

tera'the evening prayer. Then the of the remarkable nature of the in- "No doubt," he smilingly replied. "I

troops in each car led by If: tenor jury and the extreme old age of the remember that I kept company with Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

Tolce, break out into folk songs. The negro, he will survive. you for fully four years."-Minneapolis I

Chinese villagers with whom the sol I I Times
and General Metal Workers.
diers quickly make friends gather
Donation of $1,500,000. The Criminal Escaped.
about listening to the songs, which Chicago, May 9.-A dispatch to the Jack-You've heard about the escaping -----

are mostly plaintive airs. Record Herald from St. Paul, Minn., criminal who stepped on a slot machine Old Stills taken in exchange for new one. Patching

The men, many of whom have been says that James J. Hill, president of and got a weigh? Mack-Yes; Orders by mail or
the specialty.
from PRn ID through country a
10 on trains on their way bloodhounds lXPR[
Well the
days the Northern Securities company and that's old. Jack- even
either ot the
attention at
of Russia, are always wire will receive prompt
the Interior the Great Northern railroad will supplement couldn't get his cent-Yale Reo
cheerful and join heartily In the songs. ord. following works .
his many gifts to the Roman
The same good humor is shown by 'Catholic church by a donation oft CHAS. E. BLUM .K; COMP1NY5t

the troops after tiring ma.rchesI Keep on trimming your lamps till- FAYETT. VILLE R. C. SAVANNAH, GA,
I I $1,500,000, given jointly by himself ; and 519 W. Bay St.
dust storms and in ing your soil tugging and pegging
through and Mrs. Hill toward the erection of
the heat which is daily becoming the new $3,000,000 cathedral t 'away. You can never teli when the Jacksor tl1e Fla. J.ACKS..IVILLE, FLA MOBILE AL
messenger of success will come.
more intense.


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Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble

and Don't Know it. : STRAUSS & CO,3
Has no Place In Modern Civilization [Jacksonville Floridiau.] How To Find Oat. !

It is "simply awful" to say so, but ,
Would Make the Florida Farmers Fill a bottle or common glass with your

Prosperous. somehow we can't refrain from a few water and let it stand twenty-four sediment hours or sfi; a. I.I II II I
Chicago, III., May 7. 1004, lioue expressions relative to this tling indicates an I ,' WHOLESALE
); ; unhealthy condition i i
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.I primary election. :: r' of the

wrote on the 29th ult. and bad l/ ( neys; if it s b-I i .
The candidate will reserve 'h
average k. your .
something to say regarding a no jf' ?1// evidence eibt I
bis decision till after next Tuesday'sverdict.
fence law; there are so many reasons fi "ffJ f ney trouble l too Dealers. T
'"01_ v1'r-\t"\ ) frequent esieo Whiskey
Florida He will then be for or againstit ;
why should at the next session 4
-_ .ti,, V pass it or pain in
of the legislature enact such a if he himself is elected or def ,ted. ----- the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder .
law, that I desire to state Home fur It elected, the system is of course : are ou of order.

ther reasons, among which are the "the one thing needful." If defated, What to Do. + OCALA FLORIDA.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
following. First, that it would bene- the flames of hell are not hot enoughfor often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Samp- ,

fit the stockmen as much or more the primary and its advocates.But Roc the great kidney remedy fulfills ever rl
wish 'n curing rheumaticm, pain in the
than it would the farmer who depend for us who have talked so back kidneys, liver bladder: ana every part Y.

"those dark and dismal of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
upon his crop. There should be no eloquently
to hold wae- and
scalding pain in pass .g
warfare between the farmer and day of reconstruction when radical- it, or bad effects following use of liquor lt+ ; Sell the Best
like funeral wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant! Liquors
ttockman on this question. Stock- ism hung over us a pall,
necessity of being compelled tc. go often
men should have learned ere this that and the thousand-and-one penn-in- during the day, and to get up many times
the-slot like it there is during the night. The mild and the extra- = For the Least E''
there is much more money in raising I. phrases ordinary effect of Swamp.Root is soon x Money.Remember .
good breeds of stock than there is in suggested a condition a great deal realized. U stands the highest for its won- nYa +eaflI
derful cures of the most distressing cases.If .
raising the scrawny light weights worse. you need a medicine you should have the
that find no market value along side White democrats ought to know : best. Sold by druggists in 50c.and$1. sizes.
I You may have a bottle of this
the better breeds. What would a better and be better than they are wonderful _
discovery I an
northern stockman think of getting, proving themselves in this cam- and a book that tells ff'*jlt.,_ "......._, M 0R
more about it, both sent E: (w i : ,:
only $6 to f 10 for a three or four year paign. absolutely free by mail, / .. "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING" otob

old steer? Northern stock raisers, as Their conduct is nauseating and dis- address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Roci tPh- ,:? l
Co., Binghamton N. Y. When writing mention Y r
every one who reads the live stock gusting. The attitude of the negro in reading this generous offer in this aer. CLr + +4 cwi.9 I
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market reports know, are getting from selling hia vote was not so dpelorable

140 to twice that, for yearlings and for the reason that the negro had not
U. D. C. Convention.The .
two year old steers. There is no reason the education and training to teach
annual convention of the We especially call your attention to the following
why Florida cannot produce as him better.

good beef at less cost. But you never There is no use iu trying to disguise United Daughters of the Confederacywas specialties:

can do it and allow your stock to run the fact. The primary as now usedis ended Saturday morning.The .

in the woods. The writer was told the most damnable, dastardly and following officers were electedfor I Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts, $16.

when living in Florida that enough contemptible method ever used: to the ensuing year, viz:

fodder could not be raised to keep the nominate. The candidate who has President, Mrs. H. E. Stockbridge, Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve

stock on the farm; but those people the largest corruption fund will win. Lake City. full quarts, $10. f

evidently had never tried the experi- It is, as now conducted, the "wil-o'. First vice president, Miss Caruthers,

ment. I never saw any country that the.wist" to allure the poor man to Tampa. Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles, $2.90{ ; fj

could equal Florida in the productionof ruin. It opens the flood gates of cor- Second vice president, Mrs M. C. twelve bottles, 850.

forage. I am aware that the tame ruption and the stench arising there- Drysdale, Jacksonville.

grasses are not grown very extensively from "smells to heaven." Third vice president, Mrs. McCrury, Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.

but there are many other things more If honor and virtue are to exist DeLand.

nutritious of which two and three some safeguards will have to be Fourth vice president, Mi*. Blake, ------. P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods.

crops can be obtained each year, and thrown around the primary system. Ocala. ..

who knows but by pasturing the The average roter does not wait to Recording secretary, Mrs. G. W. All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same davas
the order is received.
fields for a few years the tame grasses: be bought. He comes to the candidate Lamar, Quincy.Corresponding. .

may not be grown as well as in more with u proposition to sell his vote as secretary, Mrs. S.: Agents for PABST i MILWAUKEE BEER.i1llflIE" .

northern countries. It is really surprising though he was bartering an article of Boteler Thompson, Lake City. =
Respectfully.STRAUSS ,
I Treasurer, Mrs. W. H. Dyal :Madi u
that everything grows so well merchandise.
M it does when we consider that the There is a remedy for this horrible son. \\i In Smiss&Co .
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fertilizer from all the stock is lost in condition. The legislature has tte Registar, Mrs. Wietich, Pensacola. 4 -- &: C 0 I l

the woods and even there consumed power to make the selling of a vote a Historian, Mrs. Gary, Ocaia. ; 1 0 sera,:s.au

the fires If The convention at Lake Ciiy was
by every spring. such felony. OCALA, FLORIDA. ,
whose vitals one of the pleasantest ever held andthe .
was permitted in .tbe The hungry beggar are

north, the country would soon be stung by the pangs of starvation may many visiting delegates unanimous ---

Many the steal loaf of bread. He is imprisoned in their praise of the courtesies .- .
depopulated. years ago a M? ._ _-:: :
writer lived in Wisconsin, the country tried, convicted and forever debarred extended them by the citizens of

was new and the soil not as goodas from holding public officeor Lake City.

Florida, being very sandy, and of exercising the elective fran- The convention next year will be A ijard Man To Beat.

having been burned over same -as chise. held in Pensacola.

Florida for hundreds of years. The Now, in the name of God, of justice --- i
Engagement Announced.Mr. .
new settlers tried to grow clover, the and of common decency we want to
and Mrs John A. Rousb, of
stock run in the woods and the fertilizer ask if the thief who sells his vote is .
.:Macon Ga., have announced the rLP
was lost to the land same as in as good as the thief who steals that
engagement of their sister Miss
Florida. Every effort to grovtamegrass bread?
Y Nellie Catharine Bookwalter to Mr.
of any kind proved a failure, Clothe the primary with these safe I iv'S\l If \
Osborn Chambers:, tbe wedding to ; _
until the state legislature finally enacted guards. Let it be the mouthpiece of \
sake place in Macon early in June.
a "herd law," and now there is: honor and not the instrument to cor / .
f /ok
Mr. and Mrs. Roush and MNi .
more clover seed marketed from that rupt and debauch the souls and bodiesof ,
Bookwalttr spent several weeks in "
county than from any other in the men, and Ions may it live. But the I
Ocala last summer and made quite
State. Creameries and cheese factories honor and virtue of this state will :4'
I number of friends here. Hiss\ Eook- 1
have been erected in little I the unless these .
every not sustain primary @
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waiter a beautiful .
po-s-p9es voice and ,
town and the farmers are prosperous: resolutions are thrown around it by .r ....,.JS'.,.-.;. :. -\ ......"..:b fig' lY,."':" t l'\.
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Baptist, church of this city. .1')0.\: ---,--:";' I.-' .'.-'.'..,'-:;).' t" I o r'"" '" ".."".'....... 'it....-to ..
all trying to sacrifice their bosses.Lands n f: ... :.. ---. 'I
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Their, iJ ,
have more than doubled in Visiting Parents. r. '( h
VIIITE'SCreamVarmifuge ;I :... J".J..
value.) This is only one instance, Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Lapham, of :
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there are many others. Now nil the Ocala, and M i-s Carrie, of Brooklyn, I .\. ''''' f ,
northern states have a "herd law .-s;: ., m..1I: :... .....
N. Y., are visiting their parents, )Ir. & .. rI.0'-..". :\! ....ft 4f\!.. ., .' .
F and none of them want to return to aud Mr,. Darius who l.to.Mol. '." Tt't.'' ... .;; .,
Lapham, resideon :1J! THE GUARANTEED ,. I '' ,.'.' t"t ., .
the old wasteful system. Certainly .1::{, ... 'fi...' :' .,: t"Jt... -. '. ..>,-,. .
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Eighteenth street near Brickell'spoint. j '': n.r'. l' -. .
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the other states that have tried the -- -- . -- : i'. < :
J .Nurses' Training school of the Kings \ \ .- ,"1 c. .. ".'i.J.&L;:t..1 {;f't. _...;r1 fIT' ..,, "
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"herd law Allow me to make a pre- County Hospital of Brooklyn, N. Y., .. .1; ... ,,'
REMEDY : ::! :
diction : If Florida enacts a "herd I for the past two years. This is her aTHE i I I : f"'! ....'t1.b.. n ,. ........1..;L" I'D ,. y.

law" and make it universal through. first visit home during that tin:e. She CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. !i 1:1.n fr=-:;"".tfflfry K.,.gag'!ravR. 5. '\W. rf. rJ'oht--
out the state that in five year's time "" \
will return to New York in two or BEWAHC: OF IMITATIONS.
you will cease importing; from the
three weeks to finish her course. Ballard-Snow

north fresh and salted meats, butter, Mr. Harry, who has been with the ST. LOUIS Liniment MO. Co. The fan) who buys HARDWARE of

cheese, hay, and half .
corn save a urge department store of H. B. Masters - --

million dollars auuually m fertilizers. in Ocala for the past five or six MARION

1 am much pleased to see the interest years is accompanied by Mr. Arthur spin H0RDWARE4 COMPANY

that is being taken in this matter, as I Masters, son of H. B. Masters, of

found it very unpopular when I was Brooklyn, X. Y.
resident of Florida a few AGENTS FOR -
years ago. To say that they are delighted with ;

r But we are progressing, and the old Miami, its scenery and climate is putting I "FAVORITE" STOVES AND

wooden plow and rail fence must it mildly. RANGES

modern civilization. A. J K- H0WKES, Optician
to ,
give way The young men are now engaged in CHATTANOOGA
Yours truly, I repairing a launch and will soon be on
Commencing over thirty in
years ago
J. D. BACOX. tbe bay angling for stnd perch and the smallest way; the firm has stead-

grunts. iyt and rapidly grown, until now
Speaking at Inverness. HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND
Mr. Morgan C. Looney attendedthe Mr. :Masters, who quite a botanist EYEGLASSES bare a national

big political rally at Inverness has discovered! specimens of the imputation town and city and througnout are used the in south.every A Full Line of Everything

Fricigus white barkilorus the ham These famous Usually Carried
Friday and says that Senator Talia- : glasses are used by the in a
mocks and he is that if he beat class of people iu all corn muni
ferro and Mr. Davis made admirableand says sure ties. They are sold only by merchantsof First Class Hardware Store. _

winning speeches and Citrus ever saw them before, it was in recognized reliability, of whom .
India Miami Metropolis.Mr. there Are now over 11,000 handling SASH DOORS AND BLINDS
county alongside with nearly every these goods; and when it is remem- TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING
bered that there is SUPPLIESACCOMPANY.
only out agent in ,
other county In Florida, has wheeled
Charles S. Cullen returned town, the wonderful demand for them
into the Taliaferro column. can be somewhat appreciated.For .
home Saturday afternoon from New sale by MARIONXHARDW

i LitOAmTMiitonthecfl York, where he,ha been, for the past DIl. "'JI. AXIIERSOX.Never j\L .

\11hand heal*Iun(vi few weeks on a business visit. Peddled. I rrJ ,J .. .::_. : :n ::: .:_<:-: :,' :. : '_ '_ '- '= _'. .'.=_ '. '. _- _ .
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'1 I An Ocala man who usually keeps a In compliance vih the w* .>f .,.... elM"
: FOR SOLDIERS -ri-ial bank. Your work in ItltlflVfO e ter 13"\ *krotoj II. aad te.*, ..... 1...
II S COMMIT SUICIDE ? pretty s.ood weather eye on the politic Dv VIRTUE OF notice at required in Uc OU a..1', *. ,
lin.'s solic fpd. Spewl: and accuracy 1) THE ACTION OP THP final new.jrtper pubiw .4 U 0.'., Pt .r...
of the t'tatt"l ami ounty gives us Democratic state Executive Committee on the Board of County Commt m .tt. w sat fur.itsr.ua
guaranteed. Jan. 22. 1904.and the order of the n-m.I.ltc .
county Florida. hive IWo
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of today's Executhe Committee of Marion county there A ,nl A. I) jtftol
the ftlIlwinummary Miss B N SINCLAIR. will held on the 1904 M4iMl the Mi wu,
ditncu: which were efciaf met ... .
Detachment of This Is Cround a Company Has Theory Gaining riff i--u. Cut it <>ut and compare it Tenth dan of 3/ay, 1901. election di.tncu and MUM ,.... 'II

a primary election in each precinct in the coun. county and state M follow:

Been Ambushed. With Quite a Number.CORONER'S with yi'urown. Hegives Ih names NOTICE, ty duriug the hours fixed by law for holding Election District No g with vvtiot p&'C at

elections tor the nomination bt the following Summernetd FU.. tauut u filter i
I!] ih*- jto-i.ion; be believes they will candidates for office
to be voted for at the general Commence at the north*** cormi of MCUM
2 OFFICERS AND 15 MEN election to be held on Nov. mber S, 3,townshl? 1' Miiu.
SLAIN JURY IS PROBING 1904. raagritcMt tfcwx*
has been IS GIVEN THE ma
appear after tlit"'ot<* Ci!] NOTICE HEREBY THAT One candidate for United States Senate. i west to not thwe t eDI'1kr of wctiaa tkc
intend to apply to the Governor -
Otfe candidate for congress (first district : south to outhwci carter ol .
: ) A. ||
On the East Shore | v'u---l. ) : of the state of Florida at Tallahassee. One candidate for justice of the I west to northwest
of cunwr ,
Lake supreme MCttoa i !..
Liguasan Has to 1. &
Nothing Developed Leading a Florida on the jy&flay of May A. D. 1904. for court for full term of six years. ihip"17, range a*. th ce touth to -"Vifc-trt
6t"1Hltur-1'tlt"ft'fro:; tnekt on, Jet- Letters I'atent ou the proposed Charter hereto: Three candidates for of
justice of ectKin
Treacherous the corner thence
Moros supreme 34 we* to MHh...
Numbering Sev- Clew to the Murderer, If Murder. atuchea the original of which is now on file in court. corner of section 16, thence t
the omce ot the of of mud te .....
uiu :o, full. secretary ot State the State One candidate for thence
eral Hundred governor. cast to MMtbrMt .
Make corner 01 i....
Attack Taken Florida at Tallahassee Florida. U
Upon Body to Philadelphia on a One candidate for
-Brown secretary of state. township i 7, range j) theme north M .......
Uncle Sam's Men. jnvt'r1wrD.vi"*, Mays, W. N. CAMP.CLARENCE One candidate for attorney general. tion line to the place of belt....,.
Special Train.Knoxville One candidate for comptroller.One .
Kroward.usrti'suian. CAMP, candidate for treasurer. Election District No Iwtfl' ***"* ,..... at
1<.. C. CAMP, Pedro. decnbedaMkiw*:
Manila. May l2.-Lleutenant! Wined Tenn., May 12.-A specialto One candidate for superintendent of public Commence at nurthcwt .
,. tir.st clistrict-8puk- J 'CK CAMP, instruction.One corxr of ..... Ie.
,,. Harper and 39 men of company The Sentinel from Bristol says: candidate for commissioner of agricul- township 17. raoft 11 eN. thcnc* mn .... ..,
PRANK DRAKE, northwest of .
msn \IcNaiee.Scr'taryBriorne.. tcctioa t*. in t....... :
of ,
F. the Seventeenth United The dead E. L. \\ which ture.One south range ra..t.thence ..tt
States body of entz, PROPOSED CHARrER OF CRYSTAL RIVER candidate for railroad commissioner. *c to,...., ...'

infantry were caught on May 8 in an was found near Big Stone Gap, Va., Crawford, Kirk RAILROAD COMPANY.The One One candidate candidate for for adjutant state general. township thence east 17 to*>utn MMIIICMM range corner n rMt.of thtnn 01 _north)t.

ambush by several hundred Moros. last Sunday, arrived here this morning Attorney
Two American selves together as a Body Corporate under the judicial circuit. corner ol section j; th nc, north tu
officers and 15 men at 7 o'clock on a special train. Wart place of beginning.
provisions of the statute laws of the State of Two candidates for members of house of rep
were killed and five men were wounded. An hour later the special left for Florida and do publish the following Articles of resentatives. Election DJrtnct Xo. 14. with votitf pi.c j t

mann, Mathews' Floyd.ih.ritfGaI1oway Incorporation Onecandidate for county judge. Dunnellon described tad bouaiM M Mtowt
Philadelphia, the home of the Wentz ARTICLE I. One candidate for sheriff Commence northeast corur at MKM

Il The ambush occurred in Simpatem, family, conveying the dead man's two ? Gordon, Smoak, The name of this Corporation shall be: CRYSTAL One candidate for assessor of taxes. the township 16. range 19 tut thence niiw.*. L

on the east shore of Lake Liguasan. brothers and the body. It will be In. Rodger" place RIVER business RAILROAD of this COMPAXI.corporation The shall principal be- One One candidate candidate for for collector county superintendent tax-s of the county Withiacoochee hoe thence rim.south t on cace eowatv.&t Ua-Ula* t,

| Island of Mindanao.I terred In that city. Mathewa. at ocala. Marion county Florida. with such public instruction meandering ol Mid river to the ft" _....".
Assessor-Ayer One candidate of section ia
Boardof tor clerk circuit court. 7 town0ip 17. ilUetla,
branch offices as may be adopted by the n-.w 't
The remains were encased in a casket Directors. One candidate for county treasurer. east. thence north on IC'CtIGta UN Ia pIk-e .f
1reaburr-Pasteur, Bittinger. One candidate for bcruUIUJI.
f KILLED 250 surveyor.
weighing pounds which
One candidate for supervisor of Election District
registration. No. jg with
deposited in a burglar proof grave Superintendent school-Cam, Zet- The general nature of the DUSILCSS to be transacted One candidate for county commissioner ia Levon. bounded and deacnbed mfal voting....Ps'i.. *t
Mounted by this Corporation shalt be to construct, and for each commissioners distnct. Commence at the northca.
Infantry Men owner .. Md_
Pursued Force. vault weighing COO pounds. The cor- rouer. maintain and operate a railroad from a point on One candidate for member of county board of 2,la township t1. rang JJ,eag tbe.c I've w..c

Jeng Strongly Fortified. oner's jury resumed the inquest at.. Commissioner first district-Edwards Crystal River at or near a place called Crystal public One candidate instruction in and for each d1. trict. to the northwest corner of see ... .. .. .....
New in Citrus county Florida to the town of Dunn- for justice of the peace In and ship zy south. range u ansi taewc tout* iW
May 12.-Mounted Infantrymen Big Stone Gap this morning and it is ellon, in Marion county Florida; the length of for each district. southwest corner: of section o, in to.nfcL 7.

returned May 6 to the still in has McLeod.Second such railroad so to be constructed maintained One candIdate for constable In and for each south, range u east thence*toin .MrtjLa
camp on Nothing
progress. yet
and operated as near as may be, is Fifteen ustice district. corner of laid Ieo."tioa .. thence Mtth .
Kwola and reported that they had developed to lead to a clew to the db.trlct-Long, Smith. miles and the counties of the state of Florida Five candidates for presidential electors. west corner of section p. thn I thrcugh which said railroad is intended to be Four candidates for delegates at large to southeast corner of
killed 250 Tibetans during the pursuit murderer if murder was committed.The Third dinriet-Pyles, Whiil nlint. made. are the counties of Citrus and Marion. national convention.Two with section line to poInt leCtioa of beffto4iif'J. ....** *****

after the force that opposed the advance general belief here and in this This corporation shall have the right under candidates for district delegates to national Election District No.
-H with
Fourth district iekon, Bohlutt, its corporate name to hold and enjoy such real convention 14. __ ..- .t

of Colonel Younghusband's division section noi3, that Wentz committed Turn r, \\'illiaws.Ir. and personal property as may be necessary and Thirteen candidates for members at large of lows Orange: SpflaC".bouac sat dnmW.. ....
for the and of building.. state committee.One .
uses purposes
says a Times dispatch from I suicide. proper maintaining, and operating its railroad, as candidate for county member of state aryof Commence section a tAe interaction. of M( '--...

Gyuang Tse Tibet. | ) J. F. Jacksou, of Brouson one aforesaid and shall have power to survey locate, committee. east with the OcVUwaha 24. towa fro iu.... rug. a.
candidate r. UIeIIee ..
and One for member of "
consituct, build maintain equip operate nutional committee -
;t There is some suspicion of collusion i GRADUAL LIQUIDATION.Big of the oldest nalrsinen ou the road, railroad line from or near a place called Crystal, I the U southeast south range corner 24 ol east ecUon, Hw.7 Jf. i. .......

; !: between the Tibetans and the on Crystal river, in Citrus county, Florida. to For state convention for formulating plat southwest corner of section loVMiL tae
i the town of Dunnellon. in Marion county, form. ji II.
Chinese. Two English rifles were Jobbing House Announces Adop. having >-een more than thirty years Florida. Against state convention for formulating wet south corner range of 14 east.evUon thence north to the 1IOrt.

recaptured, one of which had been tion of Policy. ot continuous !service! was in Ocala The said corporation under its corporate name platform.All west corner ot section JI thence wmto 1IOItJI.
& in tow* ,
Shall hare the right to accept,purchase hive, county candidates shall file their applica thence u ..
lost by Lieutenant Grant at Phan New York, May 12.-one of the yesterday nud l Is looking extremely hold lease and Cunvey any property. real per. tions toi placing their names on primary ticket of range section jj ,5. thence south to U>e *MMhwt* ClNa.,
sonal or mixed, which may be necessary to with Samuel R. Pyles. chairman accompaniedwith we* to the lOtI....... _
some months ncr of section
ago. largest dry goods jobbing houses in youthful for hi Mr. Jacksonwas construct, maintain and operate said railroad their assessment fixed by county commit north to water JI.towmlthlP of I' riago a. the

The Tibetans have strongly fortified the country, Sweetser Pembroke & year and have power and right to borrow money tee.A meandering of aid Orange u\e Le thsa. wft
and to issue bonds for same, secured by a mort- second primary will be held on the rtb day thence to Otg. cr,, .
Jeng and opened fire upon every orw Co., of this city, has adopted a policy up in uiiiMle Georgia but came gage upon alYor all ol its said property, and of June 1904 to choose between the highest Ocklawaha wIth river meanderings 10 01 or Ors... Cfte.k ....

: approaching the town. to erect such buildings depots and shops and candidates whose nominations shall not have point beri-aille.
Some hundreds of gradual liquidation. After a to his home to vote and like hundreds Election
been made District
operate such machInery. and do such other by a majority vote at first primary. 11. wula YOtiaC DI6tt' at
; have taken resdence; in the meeting of the directors just held, of other bu'i inesi: men cast his ballot: things in accordance with the laws of Florida 1 hose. and only those persons shall be permitted Fort McCoy bounded ud dncri..... ..w-.
monastery, whence they have the relating to railroad corporations as it may deem to become candidates before or to vote at or Commence 011 ebt bousfary of ..... 1I..
opened announcement was made and > for Senator T ililrt.'frond went i proper tor its advantage and benefit. It shall participate in the management of the primary township t.n'vT I\ 011 the north a.4. 0( t_.
on the British troops. Persons or statement issued as follows: awtyrejoieiti have all the rights and be subjected to all the election who are white democratic electors. Ockla..ha thence ma 110I\ ..
liabilities as are provided in sub-chapter 5 of who declare their adherence to the principlesand northeast comer of sectIon in
Importance arrive daily at Jeng and Owing to the death of President B. in his tltctiou. In his old Revised Statutes ofthe :State: of Honda and the organization of the democratic party south range u CIa!. thence wc.T to twhip sos1hw..II,

; L'Hassa sends conscripts from monasteries Howard Sweetser and the present busIness )Ir. Jucksou is taking life laws amending the same. national state and county who are, by the corner of section 35. thence wuth .. die ....tll
age easy, It shall bave power for the express purpooeand laws of the state lawful electors of the election west corner of cctiou .IS. then. .... eo Ihor

t and villages in a wide ra conditions the officers and the his ht-ue skirling servant. aloug exclusive use for general business of the district in which they offer to vote who have northwest corner ol Mctmi 6. l.. twiuhsp I !.
dius. a corporation, to construct and build docks first paid their poll taxes legally due not less range 23. thence south to tk *..th... cor....
board of directors of the corporationhave wharves, elevators and bridges, or to lease the than ten days before the primary election and of section 19. thence east toner the ..,f.
In the attack on the mission compound concluded to adopt a policy 01 with In'u :od<> his packing and uupukm. same; to purchase. construct and Opel ate Marine who shall when challenged by any elector of .ectioo to, then* IMtb .s tN ..........
and Railroad Terminals at pledge in writing to abide by the result of corner of itttioQ m6. III
Railways any the ,
:. 'I' May 5 when eight servants gradual liquidation, without at present living him nothing!: to do point upon its said line of railroad. where it primary and vote for nominees thereof. thence rapt to the OckLs owup... ri 14_reog. tMlt.j<<

were killed, the Tibetans actually determining the question whetherthe but tiravt Hiid feell 0011... may be necessary to give it transportation and The registration books in each precinct open with meanderiDCI 01 M6t1 river lo pst ., b.:.
:; &lnnlng.
on and
and as 19 1904
gained the walls. generally to have all the power rights April :6. 1004.
f. Only their '
shouting company be ultimately wound up --. are given to railroad corporations and shall be Th: following persons were named as ioj<<- H. W. tDNG.
r bestrayed them in time to prevent -' or shall continue in business. DEATH OF MAYOR REVILL subjected to liabilities as provided uuder the tors: Atte-t: Ch.. ai. Ca c..
It is S. T.
SISfIUioi K, ClertJ .
laws of Florida relating to same. ,
f. : indiscriminate I Ocala. Box J. T. D. ,
slaughter of the the belief of the officers and board oJ ARTICLE III. I and C. L Bittinger. Lancaster] Williams

i i post weakened by the detachment directors that the assets of the company Distinguished Editor and Educator of Stock authorized shall Ocala, Box a. L. S. Beck \r. O. Waid and P. NOTICE FOR
The amount Capital
I of men for an expedition. The defenders Dies of Pneumonia. V Leavengood. PUBLICATION
1 are ample to pay all business obligations be titty Thousand Dollars: divided into 500
were quickly in position and and leave Greenville, Ga., May 11.-Hon. William snares of the par value of $100 per share; the Reddick. M. II. Rou, \V. S. Stewman and t'.
a good surplus fora P.
and shall be paid BillIngsley.
shall non-assessable
drove off the invaders. The sicken ; dividend for the stock holders hold T. RevIIL of Greenville', represea- same form lawful money of the tnhtedStates.: when Flemington. W, D. :Mathews I, L. Beck and D.-rmimint Gainesville of the !stsre. 1.4..l Ox ,fc

in the hospital insisted in joining tative-elect! to the net u .;-stature issued Tea per cent. of the Capital Stock has W. R. Dreher. KU. A..II:.. .....
ing preferred stock. Ten bankers been subscribed and paid for.ARTICLE Cotton Plant. NOTICl- UEtCHBY ,;VIII( TIHT TUg
the fighters and valuable Newcomb Barco, J. L. Miller
gave and manufacturers from Me.'iwether county. S.M. ..I.cjterof Dlmed Httlf'f' hat tW ..
representing one- IV. and J. L Hudgens. of hu inteuti"o ..,..
assistance. The to II1dc .......... .
correspondents adds ...,
half of the firm's entire liabilities; will public buildingj:: and grot. . that Colonel Branders' victory at Ka- exist shall be (99) J. J. Turner. wll be made bcre Ckrk
act as an advisory committee. The capitol. died Monday auemu: s at !hs ninety-nine years. Ocala Ctsc. COD" a'
f III rola probably will have great effect V. Camp Izard. V. A. Ross J. A. Thomas and Fta..OD
home ia this after n&ldS
is city an ct w. .
concern capitalized at $1,500,000 di- L.Jordau.Shady JIt
1114, """. .
but it is clear
j the Tibetans
contemplate vided equally into common and pre- four days of pneumonia.: The business! of this corporation shall be con Grove J. 3!. Douglass,J. IL J. Counts viz: C. Jrnkl McCrsaey. 0' HtIIer. ,... H4.
i I combined effort to exterminate ducted by a President Secretary and Treasurer andT. ]. Barnes. 32089 for the nrthw t
ferred shares. Mr. Revill was one of the best and General Manager (more than cne office qaoiao ...
the mission. Summerfield. J. E. Branch S. N. Dillard quarter.ectton 12. township IT ........
end rUI.
filled ) by a
j The firm had hundreds of employesand known men in Georgia and had he may be by the same person and J. W. Davis. 25 east
Board of Five Directors Lobe elected annuallyby .He name. the foitowi. ..._.
i ''I salesmen all over the country lived would very probably have beenan the <;stockholders and from which Board _Lake Weir. j. L. Carney- -J. S. Drizzers-- and- nis eontmiMu re denq*-ttJoH wi---.-4 In.- 5'-,.
4 FATEFUL IROQUOIS THEATER. shall be elected the president, secretary and T C.Freeman. of said land vii: a ikMfcKi
and its business is said to have active candidate for speaker ot of whom shall be stockholders Moss
treasurer; all Bluff J. C. Pillans W. X. Jackson and Arthur K Cbflon, of HMBMAU.
j amounted to nearly the lower house. and shall be elected by Ute stockholders at thaianuual Wm. E. Martin.audT.W.Randafl.. Charles. P. Waterra n.of M. PU
I to It New and Improved J10,000,0rf.SHOWS meeting which shall be held at Ocala nM. ... ClMfV*
Steps Open Upon W
i Plans. For :32 consecutive years he had Florida on the first Monday of May.ot each Grahamville. L.. M. Graham, J. B. Grigg Ryls, tprma.Higley of, Fta.suatoo W ,(." .. J.

NO CLEMENCY. been the owner publisher and editor 48 !
year.William N.Camp shall be President Clarence Salt Springs. W. P. Williamson. X. P. Fry
.j Chicago May 12.-A step toward of The Merwether{ Vindicator, one ot Camp shall be Secretary and Treasurer. and R. |I and W. C. McRae.

4 opening the Iroquois theater has been Mrs. Maybrick Will Be Held Until the influential journals of the state C.William Camp shall N. Camp.be General Clarence Manager.Camp K.C.Camp, j I Charles Fort McCoy.Bayles. J. W. Stevens, It. L. Barnes and NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.rV .

taken plans for remodeling the inte- Last Moment. and one that is everywhere regardedas Jack Camp and Frank Drake shall constitute Orange Springs. W. G. Meggs Frank
rior in strict compliance with the or- model of the Board of Directors. All of;aid officers shall I dan and L. L. Meggs. THE 4fH OP AVGVT. THBJ
New York May Medico-Legal a weekly newspapers.In be continued in office to conduct the business of \ \ iw
dinance having been laid before Commissioner the company un'il the election and qualification I Linadale. C. A. McCraney ]. B. Booth and undersigned prevent hr MbwoU an4
Journal, in its current issue, announces ability Mr. Revill was recognizedas ot their successors. to be ejected at the first G. H. Drawdy. voche_.. ask Hsn. R. Ballctk. cavaty jn4f
l Williams by the newcomers, that it has received private among the foremost men of his election held uuder the provisions of this Ar titra. Stewart Fame!, M. A. Rice and R. K. administratrix of the uf aid JsIt 4kicn- P., a*.

Hyde & Behman of New York and information from London that the time. He was graduated from Em ticle. Wartmann. ,deceased,thiS|th ., .Jus.son

Harry Davis of Pittsburg. I ARTICLE. Anthony. J. k. Wilder C. C. Pnest. sr.,and .'R.' 4C_ A
English home has ory college at Oxford, in the same a em
secretary decided The highest amount indebtedness: or liability W. H. Hamilton. S 6 A. hams.
A of l.GOO which is
seating capacity not to extend any clemency whateverto class with Bishop Haygood Dr. J. S. to which this company can at any time subject Martin.Villianj Knoblock F. )(. Townsendand
not fa r from the old capacity is provided itself shall be the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars Mr.Livingston! sr.
Mrs. :\1 a) brick.According Hopkins and other distinguished men, ($50.000). ADMINISTRATORS' NOTKJE-
for. The steep pitch of the Stanton. Alex Wynne, R. G. Allsop: and II. (X
to English law Mrs. taking first honor in his class. ARTICLE VII. Morrison
S ,
gallery Is modified. In the rear of ilaybrick is entitled after 15 years' He was a prominent church mem- The names of the subscribing incorporators to Blitchtoo. E. L. Ferguson J, H.Wilson and NOTICE I HERKBV GIVEN THAT
the main floor of the balcony and these articles of incorporation are as follows W. B. Rawls Sp Ib nth. I4. prwrat t-U.c
imprisonment to release as a convicton ber, belonging to the Methodist de- and their places of residence. with the amountof Robert in aid r.
Belleview. L.Whisnant county
J. S.
andJ. je
of the gallery are planned fireproof J. Sheild )'n
ticket of leave. nomination and was also a Mason. stock subscribed tor by each, is set oppositeeach 1>. Pope. county. Florida, my .c..a*"
final "c" .
walls which will make passageways of their names: 1 i KtltD.* .d."r ui
SHARES! OF :\IcInlo!>h. J. K.Christian. W. M. Gist and of E. .
This time will be up in July next The interment will be at Greenville. J, .sn-i i wi; tor
B. .
leading to Wie exits. :SAME RESIDENcE CAPITAL Burney. a final discharge"*such and the Medico-Legal Journal asserts -- -- -- STOCKW. Pedro H. R. Shaw W. H Proctor and R. J. this March u, 1-

I Bookbinders' Strike. N. CAMP.....__Ocala, Florida _..._...200 Perry. 19.. T. HgNbBKtox
that it has been decided to hold her CLARENCE CAMP, Ocala.Flonda....._ 25 311 fan Estate of K M. SdMf.
TRAGEDY IN TENNESSEE. until the last possible moment under Chicago, May 11.-Eight hundred JACK CAMP.Ocala Florida............ 10 Dunnellon. W. J. Misson, D. G. Watkins DrcM i.

-- bookbinders struck today in the FRANK DRAKE--Ocala, Florida............ 5 ndH. j. Keen. --- .
the law. shopsof R.C. C.IP..Ocala. Flonda_...... 10 Candler. J. Marshall,W. R. Caldwell and NOTICE -
Man Is Shot from Ambush While Ho the Chicago Typothetae. Sympa- Ed Caid well. a

Was Plowing in Field. thetic strikes of the women binders Subscribing Incorporators: Sparr Lee Grantham 1\'. D. Eminisor andJ. A. E. Deieieqpt .
W. CA lP, ..w .
MEN WORK UNDER GUARD. X. Lovell. nexcdol K4. IXrio
12.-A special to blank book binders CLAKKNCECAMP.R. .. Ihttoth
Nashville, May and rulers are! C. CAMP: Eureka. R. W. Holliday P. Milligan and nt" dm if .' f.

the Banner from McMinnville, says Threats Made Against Union Miners threatened if an effort is made to run FR\NK DRAKE G. D. Hogans. he will hi* sad vmaa.. -
Harris Newby was shot and instantly at Wheatcroft. the shops with nonunion binders. The JACK CAMP LtGare.Levcn. C. P. Ptllans T. K. Slaughter and]. discharge.:ty This,9th any sit'_I.us "p.r..tKt

killed yesterday afternoon by a young Madisonville, Ky., May 12.-The R. R. Donnellys & Sons and Rand, Mc- :State: of Florida. j Fairfield. J. A. thomas J. B. DeVore and em DLWi

man named Earls. mines Wheatcroft continue to Nally & Co., who employ a large nun County of :Marion. ) 4 J. A. Jones. jr. 311 44msira.sr

The tragedy grew out of the killingof run ber of union bookbinders continue/1 I hereby certify that before me personally MarteL J. an. T.Carter W. L. Seckinger and
with a short crew of nonunion miners appeared William N. Camp. Clarence Camp. M. P. Print NOTICE UF
Alexander Earls by New by several to operate today practically free from and Frank Drake. eachto EUCTfO
but owing to strong threats Jack Camp. R. C.Camp. Kendrick C. C. Priest jr.. 1'; C. McLeod
weeks Earls was living in Texas trouble. The union ordered the tie- me well known to be the person and persons and G. B. Chappell. per creating a S T4i acnaol BMntt at
ago. made by union men who are very an who subscribed his and their names to the fore. The said inspectors shall returns for
and came to Tennessee for the up of the bindery Industry In other going articles of incorporation and each of in canvass h .
precincts which and
they are appointed turn
over the situation number oJ
a IS
gry for himself did acknowledgebefore \TOTICK HKRBITV OIVKM tkUT AM
the death of his shops to compel the Typothetae to them, severally over ballot box to member of Democratic Executive .
of avenging l' election will
he the said articles of incorporation haM Mft
purpose deputy sheriffs and United States mar me that signed Committee for such precinct.The .
and shot Newby from ambushas force these two members to employ as a subscribing incorporator of county b.c hoot* .
father o.c'
shals have been placed at the scene said Articles of Incorporation. and as said subscribing l/t..iocratic Executive Committee will sundn .
plowing in a corn union bindery men. that he convene at court house! in Ocala May ,
the latter was of confusion to protect men who Incorporator.did acknowledge 14, 1904 Tut*. JMM*. .t. A. I
--- had subscribed for the amount of Capital Stock (and if second primary on June it. 1904) at II -
field. at work. set opposite bis name.I o'clock a. m.. to canvass returns ot the county.e district for the pl of Cfw. e..

All attempts to capture Earls have Barnes Removed from Offic. further certify that my commission as notary r of the state democratic executive School Dutnct. I t1. .
Other nonunion men are constantly the 12th day February, A.D committee and T t _.
expires Marion democratic .
failed. I Macon, Ga., May 1L-United Stales public county executive district ._ I. |
arriving to take the places of union 1905. committee. prop c .
Marshal J. M. Barnes has removed In witness whereof I have hereunto set my SAMCEL R. PYLES Chairman of the Board Public,.raMMrf 1
men. from office hand &nd affixed my official :;seal this the 15th JOHN M. GRAHAM Secretary. 4 I ore follows: o "rl*o .1
Will Lie In State. on telegraphic instructionsfrom
day of April, A. D. 1904.
Allofiections .5. ,. it, .
1. I 19 H eel
Lima. Peru. May 11.-The transport Strike of Santa Fe Machinists. President Roosevelt The cause [Seal Notary! Public Stats of JOSEPH Florida H.at SELL Large., NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. township 13 toath. rug,as nil.MkftMiMi ye* ,.t i

Constitution will arrive at Callao tonight Topeka. Kans., May 11.-only five of his removal is thought to be a difficulty '3.east.n ,4. *S, o4Sof towMtap iMMao ... f..

land the which tOQk place a short time State of Flonda } UXDER ABY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN And to elect tare*tnuicmkwl tkr .
and will on Thursday of the union machinists appeared for Marion County. rendered by the Hon. W.! Bullock. ofmilUitetoUaMCMciinwil l.

remains of President Candemo which work today in response to the order ago in Valdosta between Judge Speer Before me personally appeared William N. judge 01 the Circuit .Court of the 5th Judicial next two enauiQg Jta c 'the

and the marshal. Camp Clarence Camp JacK Camp R.C. Camp Circuit of Florida sitting in chancery for Marion yualifled t at *n nil -
to the church of St. Issued on Saturday by the Santa Fe Saturday Judge certain therein I c.
will be taken and Frank Drake a majority of the subscribersto county, in a cause pending at d quahtted n iinix V>

where they will lie in state giving the striking shopmen until to- Speer left Washington, ostensibly the above proposed charter who being duly wherein T. A. Lamb is cpmolaiuant. and JosephC. pay a tu 44 teal or pchaMi
Dominick sworn by me. each upon his oath did state that Baskin and wife'Marion E. Baskin, and East The following penoM bate htm'.1.
until Saturday when they will be removed day to secure their old positions. Later to attend to private matters and it is they constituted a majority of the subscriber to Florida: Ice Manufacturing Co., a corporation.. inspectors and dcr of aMd iliiifcin. .1
here the removal the above Articles of Incorporation of Crystal are defendants. said decree rendered on the l<)th W.
burial. Non machinists' thought was madE. .A.Yongue.A.jon.sa.4t
L to the cathedral for 18 union apprentices were I River Railroad Company and that it is intendedin day of February.A. D. 190*, I will offer for sale and 3. \\. Saok, Cletfc. Hy15pc

e cabinet has yet been formed.A called out by President Buckalew anf on complaint of the j dge. good faith to construct maintain and operate to the highest and best bidder for cash,at pub ol Inc Board .( lartrncthm
w I -- the railroad mentioned in said proposed charter. lie outcry. before the court house door south in this the 5th -y of April. .
all quietly laid down their tools. General W. N. CAMP.CLARENCE Ocal. Marion county Florida between the ; .. iCOTT
I Cincinnati Relieves Raleigh. CAMP: hours of II a. m. and 2 m. on the first Monday I Ate .
stiff fight Friday to drive the Tibetans Manager Mudge says that a car C. tnaiSecreury. >
Washington. May 12.-The navy department R.C.CAMP. in Jane,A. D. 1904 twit 15NOTICE &
from their position 2 miles be. load of machinists to fill the vacancies FRANK DRAKE. J/J.1Its 6, A.D./C)".
was advised today of the arrival -
Pass lasted for six hours. will reach here Tuesday. JACK the following descnbed real property in Marion
low Kairo of the Cincinnati at Chemulpo. Sworn and subscribed before me this i5th day county. Flonda to-wit: The south half of the OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO

The Tibetans numberoing 15.000 helj where she relieved the Raleigh. ol A pnl. A. D. 1904- sonthwest qiarter of the northeast quarter and SELL MINER'S LANDUOTICE .
tenacity and I JOSETPH H. BELL. the north half of the northwest quarter of the
with great
the positions CRUSHED BETWEEN CARS. [Seal] 4 22 Notary Public. southeast quarter of section 16, township 14 IS HERKBV OIViC.V THAT ON THR
200 before they were expelled. south. 22 east containing forty acres,moreor
lost nearly NOTICE. range H
;th day ol June. A. D. i#* I w8.pn4v .
less or so much thereof as may be necessaryto
Ship Captain Meets Tragic Death at REGULAR JUNE EXAMINATION FOR NOTICE satisfy said final decree and costs of suits. Hoc.Marion Robert count Bullook T,mute,of couoly jn4 .o..f
steady trade THE will take in Ocala on H. M. HAMPTON. F.
At Manchester a quiet Mobile, Ala. place Tuesday county asthac&ste(
market during June 7th. J<}04. at9 o'clock.Vhite applicants AJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 5 6 Special Master in Chancery. 0, ia.i the minor.at esi.. of
progressed in the cloth Mobile, Ala., May 12.-Jose Domin- will meet at Ocala High School building: and endersigued. as executors and executrix T. a JrDo to Mil at H***** .Ieth"

part of the week by a hardening in the guez, a native of Spain and captain of colored applicants at Howard Academy build respectively the estate of John F. Dunn, deceased ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRED following property betonfie to u4 estate
ing. will on&itILTdtly ,,
to-wit Southeast quarter
A far: business waiF Atlantic and Mexican Gulf to teach 0 twd.ra.
price of cotton. the Steam All patties who expect school jnManon the id day o/ July A. D. 190' ITORS. and northeast quarter 0 I w.I"e

...... done for India and China. ship company's steamer Frontera, plying pired certificate.county, not will already be required holding to an take unex-this apply to the county judge of Marion county, section twentyeight ( (tw f'I.

.. Dynamited rtaitroaa Bridges. between Mobile and the Mexican examination. The questions on Theory and Flonda. at Ocala, Fla. for the purpose cf making NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- 1t range twenty-two .Jbr -
12.-It I! final settlement of their accounts and for legatees distributees and all persons .
May Practice will be taken from Seeley's New School
i MontUideo Uruguay ports, has been crtishei to death here having claim or demands against the estate of satdlandsbelonglugto the estate" the asid
final discharge.
Management. Pnce $zoo at H. B. Masters.
white deceased vM the
of the deceased. to the Thomas to be
Edwards. A
reported tnat members Ocala Fa H. C. DUNN. Jonn F. present 1 Fnt
, while attempting to pass between two best minor heirs
within two 01 they will be barred imlcr.t
A. HOCKER. years
railroad dollar will be each W.
two O ic charged applicant according -
j party have blown up cars at a Mobile and Ohio railroad to law. Executors. this the 3rd day of February. 1904. This 5th dar of May *vn.
which poorly guarded a \V. D CARS.Snpt. ALICE E. LAW. DOLLY C. EDWARDS. 5* A.; .AI .rTON.c
bridges were .
I pier. He was 36 years of age. Executrix. 2 5 6t Administratrix.
fab. last. 12-25 .
short distance from this city. -
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'. A CANDIDATE'S\ PRAYER. j I''S19fH11t11tti4H11t11fl111" " " "111NItINfl1NiN1N11iiIIfltNifl1114PPIHN11NItiP1111t111111N" !!" " " '" ;" ," " " " 'i II.

how pity Lord!Oh.Lord forgive
And let a defeated candidate live
Were not their promises full and free? ........
Did they not promise to vote me?
Ye,but alu When they went to the polls ...... --
They voted otherwise darn their soul.

The GORDON Dunnelion FOR Advocate{ SHERIFF| Throws I I i ;; ABE TEA POT GROCERY.JAKE

Bouquets Candidate.for Her Favorite ---
PE.u. --
This is the last issue of The Advocate ....
before the primary election on .....' .......

last May and 10th find,and appeal we desire to the to voters make in a This week we want to call your attention to our I '

behalf of Dunndlon'a only candidate

for Henry In a county presenting Gordon office.:to the the voters name of ofIr.Marionwe [ line of Pure Guava Jelly. We have it in 15 25 and -

otTer to the county a candidate ---

and his whose Just undoubted.qualifications regards for His the are temperament feeling unquestioned of all, 35c. jars and we guarantee it to be Absolutely Pure, in _

mankind, his absolute reliability and

In peculiar resj th ousibilUy school fitness,of his by experience thorough nature,for training and this his addition to the jelly we have the Orange, Lime and

very office-all these combined pres-

r element candidate ent to the of voters an who ideal of ha3 Marion sheriff.in him county Without every a Ii GrapeFruit Marmalade also Preserved Kumquats( If you

venturing to say a single word disparagingly .
of the other distinguished I

i office gentlemen,we believe who are we aspiring are right for whenwe this 'E want something good try them. :

say that Henry Gordon is the best
l qualified of all those who are before .
, the people asking for the office of

" sheriff.tbis,we earnestly Conscientiously urge all tbe believing voters We Have a Limited Amount of Florida Syrup Just Deceived

of all sections of Marion county to
-- -
; rally to his support.

:t R- of Vote Marion for Henry county.* *Gordon* for sheriff in qt. Bottles, pt. Jars and 1-2 Gallon Tins-

r If there is a eiugle individual that .....
! : baa! a private grievance against Dunn- ------ ---- --....-
t' ellon't candidate for ehesifl, lay it -4J
down on May 10th, and vote patriotically :: Among Fresh Arrivals we have full assortment of Fancy Crackers .
c other fellow citizensfor
: with your -- ,
t I .
_t superb Henry qualification Gordon, for no he superior has in E both in bulk and package. Pineapple Cheese, Pine Forest

i against him in this campaign. 4

,J; For a man *to have* *been marshal: E S Maple Syrup in qt. bottles, Fresh Honey in Comb Cavx -_

four of a place like Dunnellon, -
i and to years have: placed during that time :: alier Olives 1-2 Stuffed and 1-2 plain, Tryphosa in"

several hundred people in custody of '
f open the law opposing, and: yet not vote have against one single him E fruit and wine flavor, Also Jello Anchovy & v

when such individual is a candidate
for sberitl; is little short of a miracle. E Bloater Paste, Chattalon Sardines and in 4t

Such is the record of Henry Gordon. .......
a : Fruits and Vegetables Our Scarlet ::
Voter of Marion, did you ever think Royal
of the tact that Dunnellon and vicin- -- --- ..
r ity pays nearly as much state and : Brand Graranteed 2nd to None.
county taxes as the Ocala district'i
Have you considered that Dunnellon --
next to Ocala,cast the largest vote of tt -- ....

ycu that any,district taken notwithstanding into of Marion consideration county all the the?at Have>ove'j fact I We Have About 150 Bushels Velvet Beans and About 100Bushels

Duunellou asks for only one county I

olllce Henry. ? In Gordon presenting as a candidate the name for ot Clay Peas Left to lei! .uCome Early.

aheriti, we otler a man who ia qualifications !
for this office has few equals
:: : and superiors. Why not, then, be f
4 -w_
liberal and give Duuueliou the only
s --
political request that H made of the E .
Remember We Handle
voters of Marion couuty? Vote fort .
Henry Gordon!Dunnelion Advocate I .'
May 7,1904.Millionaire's. --- .-..."-.
'" Poor Stomach. --- .. ---

The worn out stomach of the overfed : "
millionaire is often paraded in "The HAM What AlVI! _

public prints as a horrible example of .....-- -....-.
treatNeaith. But mllionaires are not __
C -
the only ones who are affiicted with C ......
bad stomachs. The proportion is far

and greater indigestion among the are toilers.rampant Dyspepsia among f STAR BRAND and .in buying it will

these people and they sutler far pay you
worse! tortures than the millionaire ---
unless they avail themselves of a .
standard medicine like Green's August
consult first.
Flower, which has teen a favorite to us
household remedy for all stomach I
troubles for over thirty:five years. ........ -c
August Flower rouses: the torpid liver ---
perfect thus creating digestion.appetite It tones and and insuring vitalizes : : Yours for business, :::
: the entire system and makes life -- -
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FOR SALE-A large horse, suitable for farm
work. Inquire Steam Laundry.
'--The- next---Special visit to Notice.Ocala of Dr E. T.- I i TEA POT GROCERY. ;

Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat I
surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday : .
May 19th, Montezuma Hotel.t: GII-- ---
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