The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 10, 1904
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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The paper "Oi the People, tor the People and by the People."

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you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or I tJ..' / "' if-' :; 0'L' z w'k1 ;,' ,; "."'. "4 Davis 274.

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ELIZABETH EAE21S. Local: Editor I I Mr. J. J. Gerig is now visiting at Taliaferro M; hfewfcttM M; |*vw

:Mt. Sterling, Ky. His host of friends I I 211; BrowanlUS.

here will be delighted to know that I i I II : Pasco-
his health is very greatly improved. :I II Six l'rffoi.TaW.Ih..i; 8t
ton 207; PmwH if?; ffcmto lit.
J. M. Eagleton has been confined FOR SALE-A large horse suitable fox farm i j I 7'x Polk-
work Inquire atSteata laundry. "
to his bed for several days. 3-13 r' -
I i I I Seven prtwkMt ftMi fcwn Rh.'

Rober :Anderson, Jr., is spending a j Mr. Frank A. Teague came down I' Stockton 4M; Talfefeno Ml; iHni i.45S i.

few days at Crystal River.lrs3 .!j, from Hague Alachua county, Tuesday fV r ; Browwd M1.
; I
{ to help swell the Taliaferro vote Putnam-
fit :\ : ..:B. Cutler has gone to Dun- I i
I in Marion.On Fourteen
i nellon to spend a few days there with I product oat tI twenty
? seven give TaHafomi tit; f Slorktun1S9
Mr. Cutler.
account of the bad weather
: I IIrs. ; Dads :556; Biuwtnl 4f.
afternoon the club
:\ J. M. Barco ryas quite sick Tuesday reading Santa ROJ aBagdac1I'N'elnt't-
did not have but will meet
I I a meeting
Wednesday. We hope she will be all giw SiMkton M,

right in a few davs.Miss I I next Tuesday with.Mrs. J. J. Gerig. Taliaferro 63; Broward M; Pavfe M.

kiit St. Johns-
Gouley Sanders of Brooks- Capt. S. B. Martin, after casting his i ; J]
Sennof the sixteen' btcU
ville visiting her cousin, Miss Jes- ballot at Oeklawaha Tuesday morning {JFt' re
suit as follow: TaMf. +.m. htf; 4
silu Martin. for Governor Dais and Senator
Stockton V17; Browan :MIl; DarkMT.Sumter 4
Mr. Vernon Clyatt has gone to his Taliaferro, came up to Ocala put in DAVIS SIX HUNDRED IN THE LEAD.Barrs -

a good word for his favorites. .
old home near Bronson to visit rela- Wildwood ji '{\('inFt: SMttk-k.K1 40;

tives for a week. Miss Shelly Souter has _returned ; Taliaferro 9; Browanl 41; I>avh 8.Suwanute .
from :Macon: Ga. where she attends -
Mr.afternoon Will Hocker from returned a business.Wednesday trip to- I the Wesleyan, Female College. She i I is Knocked Out By a Two Thousand Majority, Five precinct give TaHafMTu MT,

Leesburg.Mr. I will spend the summer vacation in I II I Stockton 267; Davis 370; Brawardttl,

Ocala and Sparr. From Thursday's Daily. man of the Broward campaign cam- and 23; Davis 224. This is precincts Volusla-

I Eight precincts: StoektUS Tel 3
Clifford Ayer came up from SUMMING UP THE RESULT. paign committee: 1,10 and 11. ;

Lake Weir and spent Tuesday. He Mrs. J. H. Pittman and little "Broward leading by 600 majority." iaferro 431; Broward Iso; Davt Vtt. s
Jacksonville, Fla., June 8, 1904. Dade 1
came up to vote in the primary. daughter, Dorothy, who have been Walton-
Special to the Ocala Manner. 3
i the guests of the lady's parentsinlaw The official returns for Marion county All the precincts except a few small Stockton 48; Taliaferro Ml; Brow '

Misses Sallie and Leta Camp went :Mr.: and :Mrs.: J. A. Pittman in The progressive wing of the demo- are still incomplete. The vote ones which will not matter materially ard 63; Dads 118.

up to White Springs Tuesday to this city for several weeks, have returned erotic party of Florida has every from Romeo, Fort McCoy, Salt in the count of the result, heard
week with the of their reason to rejoice over the result of Worst of All CiptrUnct
spend a family to their home in Jacksonville.Mr. .
I Springs, Camp Izzard and Pedro have'not from, and consolidated
uncle, Dr. B. F. Camp. I the primary elections held :May: 10th I returns are as Can anything be worse than to feel
yet been received except for follows: Stockton 388; Taliaferro that raiuule will U l Jail'
L. J. Brumby, who accompanied and June 7. every your
Col. W. N. Camp and son, William, Hon. R. W. Davis in his last cam- It returns Hon. James P. Taliaferroto I sheriff. 710; Broward 431; Davis 684. Such was the experience of Mr*. H. lit

are visiting the colonel's brother, The returns from the twenty-five : De Soto-r Sewson, Decatur, Ala. "For tbMyears"
paign through the state and made the United States senate and Hon. .
she wrlU-s, UI eudureU lti uf
Dr. B. F. Camp at White Springs fora I precincts give the following vote: Twelve precincts heard from give
such a splendid success in reporting Stephen Sparkman to the con- terable pain from Indigestion,stomach
few I Stockton 800; Taliaferro 728; Brow- Stockton 379; Taliaferro 507 Brow-
days.The his speeches returned home yesterday -' gress of the United States; elects a i ; and bowel trouble. Death aeern
I ard 808; Davis 660; Broome 628; ard 500; Davis 476. ed inevitable when doctor and all
next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. morning for the purpose of voting. majority. the delegation to the i
Crawford 657. Escambia- remedies failed At length I wu ID
i Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat national convention; a majority of I .
II I In the vote for sheriff is d need to try Electric Hitter and the
Galloway Stockton
surgeon of Tampa will be ThursdayJune The residence of Mr. F. A. Teagueon the legislature and a majority of the 651; Taliaferro 1,680;

23rd Montezuma hotel. Ocklawaha avenue is being painted state executive committee. defeated by perhaps less than thirty Broward 1,200; Davis 1,152; with six result was ulr&culous. I ImproveJ at
once and now I am completely recover
and is quite beautified thereby.The Taliaferro wins by over four thous- votes. country precincts oet to be heard ed." For Liver, Kidney 8fHu .eh

Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business attractive home of Mr. and :Mrs.C. : and and Barrs beats Clark by 2,000.I' The following is the vote of the I from. and Bowel troubles Electric Bitter lethe

manager of the Ocala Banner, returned V; Miller on South Second street The returns are incomplete from I' state at large as complete as could be : Gadsden- only medicine. Only 60c. ILlgU&i

home Tuesday afternoon froma secured at the time teed by Tyding A Co.
of : Drag
going press: Taliaferro 143 Stockton
has also been painted recently.Fire over two hundred precincts and final 1I 1 ; 145; Das
business trip to Jacksonville.Mrs. i I Alachua county- 180; Broward 170. gist.
result between Broward and Davisare -
I chief W. C. Bull left Wednesday Stockton 828 Taliaferro 688 Davis
; ; Hernando Kiag'Broom.
Isaac Levy, of Gainesville, is very close. The difference be-
for Madison to week with
spend a
794 Broward
spending this .week in Ocala, the I II tween them being only a question of ; 652. Brooksville, the only precinct heard :Mr.lFrederiek: W, King, of Macon,
I his wife, who is visiting her parents Baker-
guest of her brother, Mr. Max Newt a few hundred votes. from, gives Stockton 77; Taliaferro I and' Ii8s Sallie Broome, of Gainesville
there. During his absence F. 0. Rea-
county will give Stockton and
32j; Broward 85; Davis 25. were marride Wednesday
gan and Fred Vogt will be in charge L.TER.Jackso11lle Broward small majorities.
I night at the Presbyterian! church in
Judge W. S. Bullock and children of the fire department. I
, I 9:30 p. m. 1904. Returns from all but nine precincts Gainesville. The wedding wag very
and Mr. O. T. Green and son, Ed- I I I
Ills that come from Summer's HeatA Special to the Ocala Banner. I Starke gives Taliaferro IOj; Stock give Taliaferro a majority of 636, and largely attended and was one of the

ward, went down to Lake Weir and mother need not fear"to greet Taliaferro's majority will reach I I ton 97; Davis 19S; Broward 81.Brevard Davis a majority of 123. most prominent social ev"ftt that
When with"TEETAI \ she's supplied,
will spend several days fishing.
No ills with baby need abide. 5,000; Clark's 2,000. Contest for gov- Holmes- ever transpired in that city.

r "TEETHINA" Aids digestion regulates ernor very close. Davis 600 ahead on Fifteen precincts give Dads 378; Returns from fifteen precincts
Miss Merle Biggs went to Crystal give There were quite a number of at-
the bowels, aud cost only 25c face of returns which Broward claimshe Broward 2Oj; Taliaferro 312 Stockton
; Stockton Taliaferro
323 Brow-
her little ;
River Tuesday to visit ; tendants and the wedding wa a mot
at druggists, or mail 25 cents to Dr.
friend Miss Winona Weatherby for will overcome. 325. ard 451;.Davis 184. beautiful one.
C. J. :Moffett St. Louis, Mo. .
several days. Fernsides, chairman of the Davis Calhoun- Jackson-- The Ocala Banner and the other

Mr, Arthur Hardaker, who for sev- campaign committee says Davis is :i ':Three precincts out of ten give I Sneads precinct gives Taliaferro Ocala friends of Mr. King congratulate

L. Barnes of and eral years has been in charge of the Taliaferro 94 Stockton 94 Broward
Mr. Daisy, elected. I ; ; I 104; Stockton 52; Davis 84; Broward him most heartily on the beautl*

the Misses Barnes have returned from West mills at Levon will today as- 121; Davis &5. County will give Davis I -o* ful and attractive bride be hat von,

_ Tremont, N. C., where they have sume charge ofthe turpentine inter- Late yesterday afternoon Mr. Allan and Taliaferro a majority. JI JeffersonThe .. -- -

': severalweeks ests of the Clark, Ray, Johnson Com- received the tele- Columbia- ,
spent very pleasantlywith Rodgers following vote Monticello:: was Stock- FOLET ONEMAI

s'" relatives.. pany at Leroy. gram from Hon. W. J. Bryan, chair- Stockton 255; Taliafe rro 227; Brow ton 78; Taliaferro 53. For governor J Curec LtIe. I P.... .,PatomOt11 .

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after his firm's interests. He is the OAITERVILLE. BELLEV1EW. The Times-Union oft the Tines-Union. 1
Spring Medicine
shippers' friend and has notrouble in The people of Florida, we are happy Cotton Must Have
There is no other season when good Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hilton left of all the abuse V4.'
getting all the business of this sec- The Gaitervilleites are feeling much to say, regardless ..
med:dne u BO much needed aa In the !
tion to go over his line for he* has I and Saturday for Brooklyn, N. Y., where and misrepresentation heaped upon
i welcome
Spring. 4 better at present, as a PotashPotash
taken the best care of the shippers' they spend their summers. the Times-Union, understand that
The blood U impure, weak ancl much needed visitor (a rain) has
Impoverished condition indicatedby interests. Mrs. 0. M. Gale, of Ocala, spent this paper has no other, or does it ,

pimples and other eruptions on the N. J. Townsend, manager of the come at last, just in time it is hopedto Sunday here with her parents, Mr. seek any other,-place in the life of is an essential! pJist food j

face and body, by deficient vitality, Meffert store, is to be superintendentof save the crops.Watermelons our people than that which is to their which mast be added as a fentltxtr
and Mrs. R. C. Ridge. j
loss of appetite, lack of strength, and machinery in the new mill that is are plentiful in our good, both in their political affairs arthesoslwlllbecoMe

want of animation. to be erected here by Mr. Meffert.Mr. little burg, though owing to the in- Mr. Tom Hampton, the genial rep- and the material advancement along eihM4d J;;

Hood's Sarsaparilla Hall, of Irvine, succeeds Mr. tense dry weather they are very resentative of the National Biscuit industrial lines.It ,, M If I

Townsend. small. Company, was in town Saturday- is, to the very core, Floridian; it 4j true of somaay J
and PillsMake
d Miss Lillian Smith, of West, Miss, Mr. C. M. Whitton was a business terviewing the trade and registeredat is in the heart of hearts uncompromi- cottoafki

the blood pure, vigorous and who has spent several weeks visiting visitor in Dunnellon one day last the Seminole. single democratic. I
rich, create appetite, give vitality, Miss Nora Knoblock, has returned week. Miss Ella Sykes left Monday for The capital stock of nearly every i I I, f fe*. Lew

strength and animation, and cure home.F. Mr. Nigel Bailey, formerly of Lee, Orange City, where she will remain large newspaper "h" country is j I 41 t'Mrs f..... e} t
all Have the whole
eruptions. W. Kunsey and wife went to Fla., but lately of everywhere, arrived with her sister, Mrs. Henry Perritt I owned by many people-rich and j! I. leeM4nf. 1
begin to take them today. i W, .e tM4 ;
"Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In II Crystal River to the Ocala Baptist in Gaiterville a few days ago. who is quite ill. poor, widows, orphans, trustjcom-1 i I then fret la MJ (* _h>>a.1.M'wGERHAN ttwa .

oar family for some time, and always with picnic. After spending a few days with relatives -I Mrs. J. A. Mitchell visitirg panies, corporations and small inves-,I KAU WORK3 1

good reeotts. Last spring I was all ran 1 I I The A. C. L. depot has been given and friends he has accepted a-' friends in Summerfield. tors. The of the stockas I New T..k-1a Ewa.Ww.C of
down and got a bottle of It, and as usual majority Angela,..-..,. ..ew.V.4 Mk
received great benefit. Mm BxnjucBOTCX a new coat of paint.W. position at Holder. The seccnd primary passed off very has been said before, of the Times- j!

; Stows Vt E. Zimmerman, the efficient Fishing seems to be the order of' quietly Tuesday, thirty-one votes be- Union, is owned by southern men and :j __u ___. .__ _____

Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to agent here, reports a larger numberof the day. Success seems to follow all ing cast with the following result: southern democrats.The .
cure and keeps the promise. ; Jerry Burnett
packages shipped from Martin up that see fit to spend a day at this I For sheriff, Galloway 2'2j Gordon 9j; Times-Union has never thoughtit

to June 1st, 1904, this year than has sport. secretary state, Broome IS; CrawfordIf becoming to its dignity to refute I

DOINGS AT MARTIN. ever been shipped before. The ship- "Uncle Joe," accompanied by :Mr. for governor, Broward 12; Davis the idle prattle directed against it, I I MerchantTailoring

ments would have been three timesas James Brooks, made a business tripto 19;'senator, Stockton 20j; Taliaferro 10. by men who knew they were making j,

The Melon Shipments are Large and large if the drouth had not come. the Brick City Saturday, and' The regular monthly council meet- misstatements for the specific pur-1 i ;.

5 Prices Good-Other Notes. while in the city "Uncle Joe," as us- '
The acreage was greater than ever ing was held in the town hall Tues- pose of attempting to produce pre- .
ual, was not deaf and likely heard re- Ocala, Florida
before known bur the .
day evening.Mrs.
The shipping season i3 now on and present prospects judice in the public mind against any i i

truckers are very busy packing and are that few will plant next marks in political conversations Joseph Sapp and three children policy that this paper may deem i Finest Imported and
loading large quantites of fruit. The year. So many will lose money at which were not meant to reach Gai of Jacksonville, have been visiting proper to take up in the (interests of I| Domestic Cloth .

Easterling Brothers are sending off a trucking that it is probable that more terville, but then a fellow can't help Mrs. Sapp's neice, Mrs. Frank the people, and not in the interests of : Cutting a *|wct t,

load of cantaloupes daily and threeto cotton and corn will be raised in the listening to a good thing when he i Pelot. a handful of Jacksonville politicians. Fit n uaraa.....

hears it and of course the bad thingsare Mrs. P. W.
future. Green and left
five cars of melons. The flavor of baby The Times-Union is as fixed in
There"has been number of deaths always mixed with the good ones, Wednesday for Fairfield where
cantaloupes is excellent in spite of a they Florida hope, aspiration and ambition ;

the long drouth. There are a few among the colored people of shis though it seems to be a general prac- ;I will spend a couple of weeks with her as the capitol building at Tallahassee.It : .

45's but the smaller "lopes" are well section recently, among them being tice in these political days to talk I parents.Mr. loves the Florida people. It is here .r

netted and are selling at fine prices. "Uncle" McCullough, who was more about a good man behind his back, R. C. Ridge is quite ill, to the for their good. The men who make :

hundred and ten old. "Uncle Joe" don't believe in such : of his friends.Mr. .
The return for cantaloupes shippedare than a years regret many the paper, from carrier-boy{to the

the best yet sent here. Several Alex. Brown, a respected coloredman things. No two-faced man for him. and Mrs. Jas. D. Pope and two editor-in-chief, are of Florida and for '

and farmer, well Be what you are, don't change be- children left Wednesday St. Au-
crates of fancy 45's brought $5 each. prosperous Florida, and nothing can cause themto

The Easterling Company has a known to the sportsmen as a guide cause some one said so and so; if you gustine, where they will spend a few falter in Florida love andj patriot

large acreage of melons that are fine and hunter in the hammocks of South are a man be a man at the time. days. From there Mrs. Pope and the ism. The paper attempts, in Jgivfng I i NATIONAL Atlanta Oa.SURGICAL f.tsNttl.d,

property. The small yield of melonsin Florida, dropped dead last week. The Crystal River picnic was well children will go to North Carolina for advice, to appeal to the public mind Taste."ab r-- ra...... ,f ea ....., fhP
Joint, P.r.',.... Feted ,W1U&. 1 a eN ...
Florida and -the smaller yield in Gates and Baxter are almost represented from Gaiterville, there the summer. JOSH. in those things that are of benefit fro l.n"8'l .
Georgia and the Carolinas will send through shipping their crop of beans being among the representatives Mr. Startling Evidence. the people. It is in a position to' -- -
H. A. Ross and wife, Miss Inez Ross,
the prices of melons and cantaloupes cantaloupes. Fresh testimony in great quanity is weigh and sift conditions down to the
Miss Ethel Turner, Mr. G. 0. Turner, :
E. P. Townsend is shipping toma-
higher than they are now. One load constantly: coming iu, declaring Dr. minutest detail. Its energies from
J. E. Brooks and "Uncle Joe." Holder -I
toes. He and E. Atkinson are the
of melons sent to Montana brought I' Kings New Discovery for Consumption top to bottom are fired withthe effortto

250. Prices quite as good are being only tomato planters here. They are was represented by Miss Jennie I Coughs and Col'la! to be nequeled.A build up and not tear down; to lift

received from vegetable drummers.The receiving fair returns for shipmentsmade. Brooks, one of the most charming... I recent expression from T. VcFar-- our beloved state higher and higherin i
belles of Citrus county. f 1i
company is making a business of laud Bt'ntoyviJe) serves as examleHe the estimation of the world.
Mrs. Baxter has been from Ocala Miss Sarah McCreeryleaves this ,
selling f. o. b. Martin. The customers up write"I! Bronchitis for three! It has no small prejudices or factional -
week for her home in Tennessee. I I ,
of this concern are the leading several days visiting her son, H. B. years and doctoral al! the time, with affiliations.Sued .

commission houses throughout the Baxter, mill manager for J. M. Mef May happiness ever accompany her out bein benefited.-Then I begun

is the wish of her many friends in takitig Dr. KiD"1" New Dicoveryhn by His Doctor. /a
country and as the Easterlings have
fert.E. Gaiterville.Last a few bottl-s wholy cured me.'Eijual- "A doctor here has sued me for f 12 50
C. McLeod will load-
thousand acres of land reservedfor soon begin
many ly tftective in curing all Lungs and which claim was exscessivt for a case
melon and culture in ing his crop of [ n lons. At presenthe Thursday was a pleasant day -
cantaloupe "
Throat trouble Consumption;! Pneu- of cholera aiorbus, says R. fWbilt',
the future it is readily seen that the is quite busy building a tram into for one of Gaiterville's boys, one mcuia and Grip. Guaranteed! by ofCoai-heJla, Cal.! "At the trial be IT'S

care taken in loading :and inspecting his fine timber west of his mill. Mr. which will be long in his memory Tjdiogs & Co. Trial bottle free, re. praised his medical skill aud medicine. i.

fruit is intended to not only hold the McLeod is preparing to put a large a day of many. UXCLE JOE. gular sizes file, and 100. m I asked him if it was not '
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
old customers, but to get new ones. quantity of first-class lumber and is The Delineator for July
SPARR ITEMS. Diarrhoet Remedy be med as I bad |
The messages are pouring in from all also getting things in shape to placehis The July Delineator is a magazineof good; reason to believe It w.*.' FOR

t .sections inquiring about prices and fine brands of lime on the north- beauty,. interest and utilit)". The No doctor could UH a better remedy ;j

markets. it has been A refreshing rain came in abundance -; than this in K case of cholera morbu i it |
when the season will end. In order ern Recently display of summer fashions is exquisite *,
found northern builders that to-day.. While the drougth never fail*. Sold by all iirggi&. m
that business may be done with by many and complete, the fiction bright I II YOU!

greatest despatch a system of tele- the Florida lime i* the best and damaged crops considerably there has I and entertaining the special articles
been of The Preparedness of the Japs.
phones have been put in from packing cheapest. heavy- shipments cantaloupesand I clever and informative and the num- j(i
melons and light shipments: of A business man said the other '
houses and day:
to depot. ber is rounded
spur Triumphs of Modern Surgery. out by a series of prac-
The drouth has been disastrous but tomatoes. "When I went to the opening of the I
Wonderful things are done for the tical papers on domestic topics. In
The ice cream and cake social at Louisiana Purchase DRINK
as the Easterlings had crops on fine human body by surgery. Organs are fiction, interest centres in Mrs Hugh Exposition I foundin I
hammock lands their is Robert Stevens' residence Friday the building dovoted to various industries -
crop quite taking out and scraped and polishedand Fraser's quaint love story of Japan,

good. All poor fruit is left in the put hack, or they may be removed -I: night of last week was enjoyed by all the Giver of Honour, although the re- only one exhibit ready and j'
fields and the choice is who attended.Mr. that was the Japanese." :'
only shipped. entirely; bones are spliced; pipestakes : bellion of William Henry, by Her-
B. L. Easterling, general superintendent the place of diseased section of and Mrs. George Walker, of minie Templeton is thoroughly enjoyable "Wherever we look in upon the activity -:

George Easterling, head shipper I veins, antiseptic dressing are applied. Williston, visited Mrs. Robt. Stevens for both its keen humor and its of the Japanese," he says, "we

and inspector, and J. M. Easterling, here this week. find this same thoroughness, pre-
genuine sympathy with boy nature.
wounds, bruises, burn and like injuries I
__ secretary and treasurer are here and I before inflammation sets in, Mrs. Eliza Stevens, of Blitchton, is I The story of Charlotte Robertson, as paredness. They seem to combine

will have the annual visiting her two sons here, Robert intelligence with patience, of
meeting as soon whwu causes them to heel without told by Landon Knight in the "Pio- grasp THE GREAT

as.the crop is sold. I maturation and in one-third the time and Allen Stevens. neer Women" series, is a recital of the whole with grasp of details. They

Other truckers in this section hav- Mrs. James H. Owens of Jacksonville seem to work like a perfect engine- .
required by the old treauient. Chaw- the greatest interest: and presents a HEALTH DRINK
fine the is again at her old home here with a minimum of loss of I
ing prospects considering berlain's Pain Balm acts on this same vivid picture of the hardships and difficulties enegy.And

drouth are J. :M.: Meffert, who has priuciple. It is an antiseptic and and after years of paryletic troublescan that beset the conquerers of they know and obey the laws of I
be about with the aid of crutch. health.
of fine melons a
eighty acres pro- when applied to such injuries, causes the West. Egypt, Arabia and the i
nounctd fine by drummers that have Mr. Chas. Bayles and mother, of "There is much talk of the 'yellow
them to heel It Holy Land are seen through the cam- "IU
very quickly. is also 1 T [ G GOOD OLDSUMMER
closely inspected the watermelon allays the pain and sorenl' i5. Keep a Ft. McCoy, were visiting relatives era in the course of the unique trip peril.' Does it not analyze down to a

country from Maryland to Florida.Mr. i bottle of Pain Balm in your borne and here Sunday. i "Around the World in Eighty Pict- dread of this patient, painstaking, intelligent .

Meffert will usual sell his to J. S. Grantham, postmaster at Ft. enegy of the Japanese mind
as : ures," and in the "Fountain of .
it will save time and
you money, not r '(R Ilh1L"i
McCoy, has been assisting Luffman and character?
buyers on his spur near his saw mill. to mention the inconvenience and suffering -I Youth." Dr. Grace Peckham Murray I
lie will load several cars next week. Bros., in the store for the past week. supplies instructions for the treat- "To avert the 'yellow peril' we I
: which such injuries entail. For
Col. J. :\Martin's crop is in sugar sale by all drue:gists. m :Mr. J. W. Stevens, executive com- ment of the hair that will be appre- must either brace up or must somehow -

hammock. This fine body of farm- mitteeman of Ft. McCoy, visited W. ciated by any one who cares for beau- i I teach the Japanese our vices.

ing lands is noted for its fertility and I Homicide at Tampa.Mr. J. Luffman here this week and says ty. A sympathetic paper on gener- Either we must acquire their love of i I IM

the abundant moisture of, the lands. I Badger Wilder, a popular young that crops, as well as politics, are in osity by Lillie Hamilton French, and doing the task thoroughly, or we i ETTO is a delicious < I

The colonel's crop is not so early as man of Tampa, was shot last Thurs- bad condition.J. one on childhood, by Mrs. Theodore I must teach them to drink, to overeat, II '
others but he has the finest W. Colbert went down to Ocala to get pleasure out doing !, beverage made ;
some very day and a report says died yesterday.The W. Birney contain food for thought, silly, use- ;I I .,
prospects for shipping severalcars Saturday and returned Sunday. less things instead of out of work, to
difficulty arose from somethingthat and there are invaluable suggestionsto from ripe Saw Palmetto ;

of fine cantaloupes and melons transpired during the late polit- Misses Shellie and Pansy Souter are home builders in A Modern Southern be crazy to seem to be somebody instead i \

r during the next few days. He will ical contestMr. at home again to spend the summer Home, illustrated and described.Tor of ambitious to be somobod ". Berries. Absolutely free

pack and load at his spur and pack- Wilder was a candidate for vacation. Miss Shellie attends the yofing people there are interest- "The. howl against the 'yellow from harmful drupe Metto '

ing house south of the Easterling clerk of the circuit court and was a Wesleyan Female College, at Macon, ing stories and pastimes and for peril' sounds suspiciously a varia-

loading point. A large part of the brother of Hon. S. M. Sparkman's Ga., and Miss Pansie_ attends the needleworkers and householders many tion upon the familiar lazy, sloven's stimulates the Lir e ft E

crop is offered at close prices f. o. b. private secretary.Mr. East Florida Seminary at Gainesville. pages of useful information. shriek against 'cut-throat competition flushes the Kidmys acts

Lawyer W. W. Martin will look after Wilder has relatives in this SP ARRITE. .' n

the business end of the shipping of city and his sister was here on a visit Thrown-Frem a Wagon.Mr. Chamberlain'c lets Better than Stomach a Doctor's and Liver Prescription Tab- That Throbbing Headach. directly on the B/eWdtf.

the colonel's crop. at the time of the unfortunate George K. Babcock thrown
occur- was Would quickly leave IOu, if you Makes the organs per-
Knoblock Bros will ship several rence. __ from his wagon and severely bruised. Mr. J. W. Turner, of Truhart, V*., used Dr King'sKew Life Pill. Thousands -

cars of melons or sell on the track. Driven to Desplrition.t He applied Chamberlain's Pain says that Chamberlain's Stomach and of sufferers have proved their form their functions in a

Neptune Brown and Gus Weedsen t Balm freely and says it is the best liniment Liver Tablets have done him more matchless merit for sick and Nervous
, Living ot an out of the was place, he ever used. Mr. Babcock i is a Headaches. natural I thereby
than he They make blood way
good could
will ship several cars. remote from civilization anything get from pure
a family is known citizen of North Plain
The bean crop was short and the often driven to despiration in case of Conn. the doctor. If any physician in this and build up your health. Only 25 keeping the system In a
accident country was able to compound a medicine cents, money back if not cured Sold
prices received did not pay expensesin resulting in Burns, Cuts There is nothing equal to Pain balm that would produce inch gratifying by Tydinga & Ca. Druggist.OiIY5KIDNiYCURE. perfect and
Ulcers healthy
etc. Lay in supply for con-
sprains and bruise
most instances. of Bucklen's It will effect a result in cases of stomach troubles -

Walter Hawkins, the efficient man best on earth.Arnica 25c at Salve. It's& the cure in one-third the time required by ::, biliousness or constipation, his dition. : : ; : : :
Tydings ; Co.
ager of the C. of G. Ry.,. is looking t Drug Store. any gists.treatment. For sale by all drug- wtele tine *ould be used in preparing
I m this ewe medicine. Sold by all
3t rtes Xldntvs and Bladder Rloht; I Sold by All


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Hou. A. I. Hendry, late candidate, Ail Payments ReturnedWith

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Tampa Brownies Managed to Win I has! written a protect against the democratic From Tuesday's Daily.

Very Interesting: Came from Dca.',. committee declaring Judges I Messrs. Broward and Stockton are four per cent compound interest and life insurance free in the meantime, U

Mr. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, spent From Tuesday's Daily. CnikrellShackleford and Whit field tending out wagon loads of campaign the record of this policy in The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New Yak
The Tampa baseball team took ad- literature. In the doing of which
, Monday in Ocala. the nominees for justices of the supreme :
vantage of the Seaboard excursion to they are keeping (From Evening Journal ll'tlmington. A-/,/ /,.,/,.t
court. many "A policy just paid by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York at the
Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of J.evou, Silver Springs yesterday and arrivedin and death of the late Isaac H. Frank of this city.shows a decided advantage over a
busy are employing
III the recent primaries the vote a savings bank account. In May 1870.the Company issued Mr. Frank, fahry No.
spent the day in OcaU Saturday. Ocala at noon for a return game large fore of men, women boys and 110.892.for J2,000 on the ordinary fife plan. The total accumulated by the C...
} which is}i6i than would have
stood!! as follows: Coekrell 16,058; pany was 2Q42 05 more been rrtlurd from a fwtr
with the Ocala boys. A fairly good girls In fold wrap, address ana post per cent.account in a savings bank."
V. returned froma Shaokleford ,I
)Ir* J.Sbipiiinn Henry, 15,158; 18,234;
a sized crowd of enthusiasts accom- the atme and for the mailing of this What a contract of this kind will cost you can be learned by aJdrnntftg the
visit to Leestuirg Friday. Whitfield, 18,655. The voters were
panied the Tampa aggregation and allowed to vote for three and the )literature the United States i is not Company that has paid policy-holders some 190 Million Dollars mere than any

Aliw I'ouuieGritliu, of Anthony were very much in evidence when donating the postage.Messrs. other mpany in the world, it having paid out over6OO
hh:best 1 w. redec'Jaied the nOllJineell.Th. .
Hj> 'nding a few --ays in Ocala.! encouraging their home team. Browanl and Stockton 'are I Million DnllerpraT
vomiiiiiire has made its decision
On account of the distance to the alan having a pictUre of themselves
Mr. J. B. Mixson, of Martel, spent and the itupietwion prevails that Mr.
Driving Park where we have one of and their platforms .printed in manyof h"
Sunday with friends in Ocala. Henry is wrong in his con ten lions, as MUTUAL LIFE
the best ball fields in the and
state, the newspapers of the state; they !
it i is very clear that Mr. Coekrell secured -
Medicated!Salt UrickOcahtSfcd for,4wk. the trouble and inconvenience in get- are also sending speakers into the
I a majority over him. I INSURANCE COMPANY OF
Store, Pol Agent ting to same, the management decided different counties, who are runningup :

I to return to their first love and Asthma Sufferes Should Know ThisFoley's legitimate expense bill*. I NEW YORK
i Sam Teague, jr., returned Friday '. _'Oo" 1' Oldest LoraH!
the the South Third Htluey.attwTarhad cured
play game on The Davis and Taliaferro press are m
from a visit to his grandparents| at .
of asthma that
were con-
street diamond. These grounds'were mauy not crying aloud agaiust these things America RICHARD A. McCURDY, President WorM
Lake. Mr Sues-
Ldy sidered.hopeless. ? Adolph
in miserable shape, not having 'been
and saying that Messrs. Browar and
-- 701 West Third St..
Ing, Davenport, CECIL W1LCOX, Manager Jacksonville, Ma,
)list DetiMe i Ijeaveugood ha gone played on for more than a year, and loway, writes: "A sever cold con- Stockton, by the lavish expenditureof U -

to Kvndrlcfe to visit relatives for a the out field, from which the fences tractee twelve years ago was neglected money, are attempting to corruptthe --Ylilf

i few daysi. were being removed, was in the condition until it flnaly grew Intowtbma. The voters of the state. JI.S.. ,*. STANDLEY LEE MILLE

of newly plowed ground. best medical skill available could not But fur pursuing identically the
Mr. Thayer Newman, of Jacksonville However, the game was interesting give me more than temporary relid.Foley' ; S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
; same methods, the Broward and
ahd Tar I
Honey was recom-
Sullivan for
is visiting John a Ocala's
enough. patrons are reconciled I
mened and one fifty cent bottle entir- Stockton press and speakers are making -
j couple of weeks. I to the fact that Ocala cannot ly cured me ot asthma which bad tbe circumamLiant atmosphere ,Livery, Feed and Sale Stables

win all the time. Her team won been for twelve
returned growing .n.we yean
Mr. J. Starr Sternberger lurid with anatbamas against the
from the ball and if I had taking it at the start I
Tampa on Tampa Bay t
t Monday from a few da's'istt toP Davis and Taliaferro forces and call* We carry the most completeline
would have saved of
years suflrring.
grounds about two weeks ago by a
White Springs. Sold by Post Office Drug Store. iu ing them all manner of names simply! of Harness, Saddles, etc .
score of 6 to 3. There were several .
because they are sending out litera-
The value of farm products: in this good plays made on both sides. On Death of Mr. Purdon. I in central Florida, and will give sour
ture, employing speakers aud having *
country for last!!! year is estimated at the other hand there
were ('apt. Joun J. Purdon, superintend their records printed in the news patrons the very lowest
four and a half billion dollars.
very inexcusable plays. Ocala was eut of the Atlantic Coast Line {
papers. prices.Ve are thoroughly
handicapped by one or two of her best railway, Jacksonville district! diedat
Morris Smith left Friday for Or- Human nature is the sime today liS..
players not being able to equipped for fitting out turpentine
get away his residence in Jacksonville
auge, V&., Where he will spend the when Burns wrote:

next three months with relatives.Mr. from business, and another kept Thursday! morning, after au illness of O,wo'd some pow'r the giftie gie us and lumber teams, gear, 'ZI

away on accQunt of sickness. several, months.Mr. To see ourselves as others see us."
I wagons, etc. )!
D. W. Davis has returned froma The game was called promptly at Purdon had been engaged in Acute Rheumatism. I "; Z Zi

several weeks' trip to New York, 3:30 and brought to close after six innings railroad work since he was a small Deep teareng or wrenching pains, :I We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

Washington and other cities. had been played so as to en- boy and was considered one ot the occasioned by getting wet through; Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons

wore when at rest or on first movingthe North Side Court House. Orulu* FI*
Mr. H. A. Daniel, of the Postoffice able Tampa to catch their train. best posted railroad men in the south. limbs aud in cold cr damp weather ,

store in Jackson- At that tima'the score stood 6 to 4 in Mr.Purdon was a mason a Sir Ballard's Snow -a. i
; drug spent Sunday Knight. is cured quickly by

, ville with his mother, Mrs. J. J. favor of Tampa. In the first inning Templar bud a Shriuer. He U survived Liuiment.O Olt'sou. Gibbon City, !! 5 5t 5c waaasta 5 e5P .

Daniel. Fromhurst and Booth went around by a wife and seven children.Mr. llliouis, writes Feb. 16, 1902: "A ,''rffiJ:: m1 f

ago I was trout>led;with a pain
the bases for Tampa. Ocala failed to Purdou'e remains were takento year WE EAT MEAT
Miss Mary Kirk, of Brooksville, iu my btck. It soon got so bad I'
score in this inning. Jewett went Ala. for interment.Feel .
spent a few hours in Ocala Saturday.She Birmingham, could not bend over. One bottle ofBallard's To Unless
grow strung. we get
'tw :
out from to first
pitcher on '
; '
I I Liniment cured -
me. 5&
Snow :
was on her way to Crystal Riverto I : well let
Impending Doom. ;: -;; good meat we may as
a long fly to right field}; Vogt sent a 25c, 50c, fl.OO. Lold by Anti-Momo- ilr
visit Mrs. C. E. Herrick.Mr. The feeling impending doom in ; :t 1lr! : '}';":' it alone. There I is no strength
long one between left and center pololy Drug Store. in I .. ""'Ci,' .. .,.. .,
the mindlt of victi'usof
many frights ; 1 -- { in tough meal-Instead of !".
which both fielders went after and Old Folks Service.A H. G. Eagleton, after spend- disease dlabels has been ceanged to L' -

ing a few days in Ocala, returned to missed; and Harris went down on a thankfuldesM by |Ithe benefit derived very unique and interesting service j1 lt h -'r\\;'- I J' ';;. ..,,-',-'\'t a l ing it takes strength to digest t

in after- throw from second to first. from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It took place Sunday at the Meth- I ( .. {, :!- \, .: : it. It pays to be careful (lo
his home
Tampa -Monday i '. (! ;a?2. ;
Neither side tallied in the second Will cure incipiient Bright's disease odist church. It was the Old Folks' .; ;: f"j.... '' 1,1t buying meat-be tare to get
noon. Ii! ;
i 'y.
and dialetes aud even ia be worst ? ) : : : ; the best tender and choice.
inning.In service, and while especially for the 75Kf i
I Miss Mattie Williams, who has caseesgivesicouifort: aud relief. Slight IS' rr.t ,.[
the third inning Fromhurst and old people, everybody was invited. b&tv .? Pay a little more if need be aDd
been with her sister, Mrs. R. S. Hall, disorders are cured in a ft-w days. "I w1'- \ ?_?.-..*.
Booth scored for Tampa and also had diabetes in its worst form," vritesMarion ; There were several appropriate songs I ,- ; :: put something in jour stomach i
in St. Augustine for the past month, I \
Allen. With three men on bases and Lee of : Dunreath, lud. "I I and recitations and the pastor, Rev.L. 6 .'il,. .(I,j l.I\li. --J.r,I' ;:.,....... which will put flesh on your
returned to Ocala Sunday morning.Mr. .. 1
only one man out Capo hit a line tried eight physicians! without rel.ef. I W. Moore, spoke a few comfortingwords .4. : .llf/tf/..: ; ones and strong blood in yourED
4 ,s,?!:
Only there bottles of Foley' Kidney
Byron West, of Jacksonville, drive to deep right which was pulled especially adapted to the
Cure rude me a well man." Sold by
after a week's visit in Ocala with down on a beautiful catch by John older persons present.Mrs. .
Post Office Drug Store in WARDS BROS.Stalls
)Je!! rs. Osco and Guy Zewadski! has Pelot, who threw to first making a Nancy Wallace and Mr. J. E., .
A Famous Case Ended.To 2 and 4 City Market Ocala, Fin.
returned home.Mi double play when it looked as if Terrell, as the two oldest persons in : a, ,

three more runs would come in. For the Editor of the Ocala Bauner. the congregation were presented with 5 5e5a! FaFa a tn755'c5 J 5 C5r 5i n h' e5n s ; 9t EfS

>s Ida-Belle Causey, one of Phut Ocala Peyser hit to right field, but The case against J. H. Liviutrstou, handsome bouquets.That ,-

Cily'u most: popular young ladies, has the next three men went out without jr., pending before the county judge Tired Feeling.If I

gone to Ocala to spend sometime whereon Ir. Livingston was chargedby
making first base. you are languid, depressed and SEEDS.If

visiting.-Plant City Courier. During the fourth inning Tampa Sheriff Nugent with assault! with incapable for work, it indicates: that .

f. went down without a hit or a run. intent to murder one W. B. Fuller, your liver is out of order. Harbinewill
F Mrs. Bond, Claude Bond, Mrs. assist nature to throw otl" headaches you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans goobers,
For Ocala Vogt was given his base on has been dismissed by the judge Mr.
Schriven and children returned from rheumatism and ailments akinto chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger peas, beans,
balls; Harris made a hit Connor hit It. B. Bullock represented: Livingston -
P Savannah yesterday to make their nervusress and restore the energiesand English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties
safely for two sacks and two and twice announced a readinessfor
runs sound perfect health.J.
home there.-Griffin cor. in Atlanta vitaityof field corn and all field and garden seed,
t were sent across for Ocala. The next trial. On first calling the case Mr. J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes, ,
Journal. Call write
,s three men fanned.In Fuller appeared aud asked for further March, 22,1902: "I have used Herb- on or ,

B. W. Blount! who has been ine for the two It has
Mrs. past years. The Ocala Seed StoreSole
v the fifth inning Tampa made one time which was granted and the case
several weeks at White done me more good than all the doct-
k spending score and Ocala a goose egg. continued to June 1. )Ir. Bullock
for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.
ors. When I feel bad and have that Agents
returned home able to in the
Springs Saturday Tampa was score
I with Mr. Livingston again appearedand tired feeling, I take a dose of Heroine. -
in health. sixth. Vogt and Morris circled the
i aftFrn.ou greatly improved announced a readiness for trial, ltis the best medicene ever made for
bases for Ocala, and the score stood 6
chills and fever." 50cts a bottle. Sold C. I. GRACE.Successor
but the W. B. Fuller had
Mrs. B. T. Perdue went down to to 4, which finished the game. .
.. Anli'Monopoly Drug Store. m
q Beach to The score by innings: gone fishing and bad no witnesses
; West Palm Saturday spend -- te Central Lumier Co.
0301 0-6. Seed Velvet leans For Sale.
i a few days with her husband, who is present. The case was then dismissed
Ocala-0 0020 2-4. by the county judge. Those desiring fine velvet beans for Dealer In

L ,with the electric light company at Card of Thanks. OBSERVER. planting purposes will do well to call .Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,

f that place. The Daughters of the Confederacy at J. A. Pooser's store at once. One and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
Three Physicians Treated Him Without
hundred bushels will be sold at 2.25 of
Mr. William Whitney, who has hereby tenders cordial thanks to the Manufacturer

i been the guest of Messrs. Osco and Success. per bushel. S. R. PYLES. Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and
U. C. V's. for their presence on W. L. Yaney,Paducrh, Ky., writes:

f Guy lewadeki left Friday for Board- Memorial Day, to the speakers. for. ad- ''I bad a severe case of kidney disease Sheaf Oats Wanted. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

man to spend several days before returning and three of the best physicians in Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
r dresses, to Dr. Lindsay for invocation -: bundle at market priee.PALMETTO .
Kentucky treated me without sucess. receiving Lumber and can fill orders for quantities and
Fernandina.Mr. .
\ to his home in and benediction, to Miss Pelot PARK FARM, any
t I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
for recitation, to thel"rosebud gar- The first bottle immediate relief, AND TYPE. i '
D. W. Burns, of the Jackson- gave
' k land of who the and three bottles cured STENOGRAPHER -- -.J A AThSlJAwfuIUCadaclw5
dUe Time-Union, who spent several girls" pinned on me perman- office in Com Af

to the marshal and aide ently. I gladly recommend this wonderful -
mercial bank. Your work in the
weeks in Ocala last month, is again
r Sold Post
remedy. by Office
in the city and is a guest at the Ocala led the procession, to the gallant Drug Store. m above lines solicited. Speed and ac. J&L ?

i company of Ocala Rifles, to the Ma- curacy guaranteed. 11
House. $25 Dollars Reward.
F rion Concert for beautiful Miss B N SINCLAIR.Miss .
.band music Aro sure Indications of some form of stomach
: The Wheeler Lumber Company, oft The undersigned will give a rewardof trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will
to the ice F
which Mr. William T. Wheeler is the Tay $5 for the names of the parties Violet Harris left Saturdayover ) next overtako you. Don't risk it, and above all. I
lor and Meffert-for ice, to Mr. Cha- the Seaboard for Jacksonville, don'ttake calomel or quinine-both dangerous
manager, erected a handsome new who are stealing melons from his .- /
zal for use of tent to all who m any where she will be tbe guest of her \ J
sign Monday on the Dunn Buildingover fields a few miles west of Ocala with 1
way contributed to the dinner, to the friend, Miss Cornelia Ablam. On the HERBINEhas
the East door of the postoffice. sufficient evidence convict them. !

Ocala Banner and Evening Star for W. P. WILSOX. 15th of June in company with her dl their virtues -none of their

A Mr. John Sullivan returned Sunday publishing notices, and special thanksto brother, Frank Harris, Jr., she will' f deadly cf cct3. HEROINE taken i
vill forestall
for several the Ocala Furniture Mr. James Brooks returned home regularly headachespat
from Jacksonville, companyMr.E. go with the Florida Press Association -the digestive organs in perfect condition 1-

months he has been in the express C. Smith-for chairs and tables Saturday from Martel, where he had on a trip to the St. Louis exposition, heed off biliousness, i headache,

L'', I!".; service. He will be cashier for Mr. furnished free of cost. been with bis fattier, who has been after which she will spend several J y liver ills beep you in good health.
] G. T. Maughs in the express office MRS. F. E. GARY, quite ill. He reports his father as weeks In Jackson, Tenn., the guest of I SCo a. Bottle. All Dni ftt3.

'J here during the summer months. President,. Dickison Chapter, U. D. C. much better. Iiii Mary Hart Ross. ,



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THE "MILK IN THE fens of. Florida, as might have been of his services for,the defence of our ,vironment, expected of them Judge;.Davis for con* Bro. Situr md the WUi.

expected from a man ripe in years icommon country when the call for signed General Bullock's most vigorous pro- One would judge from N wulb Uturecently
and weighted down with honors bestowed volunteers was made in 1S9S, and friendliness to the Wailes' vote of the Marion appeared In the Miller! jen ,..

upon him by these people, ;j'posses Mr. Broward's profound being cast for ty (Ga.) Liberal that the 1ltr,,*. rf
Editor of the Starke Telegraph Gen.Bullock descends to the level of a sions. captain's commission bearing the subject, notwithstanding claiming in his that piper au-i the nlit ,r of tuBalnbridge

Makes a Vigorous Reply to Can swash-buckler and attempts to sweep the honored name of W, D. Bloxham, import to the people of the I that Judge Dais (Ga.) Argu+ are exile<

eral Bullock. everything opposed to him off the and this brings us to the main point perhaps furnishing the key I the Marion county "goo-gtlo 1"/4" at enHiolhtr. W.

Starke, Fla., June 4th, 1904. board by a show of bluster that ill : the moving cause of the Telegraph's we regarded as an odd feature J Davis was attor- know nothing about ..herCut turd
becomes a man accustomed to occupy editorial on General Bullock's I did then, but he had I
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.. f surprising present campaign. I but we do know wuufthhu Uwt tt>*
I am just in receipt of the \Ocala | an exalted place in the public esti- attitude on the gubernatoriali General Bullock's well his relations \\th..:i Liberal lady-bnaur \her to I* tie

z Daily Banner of June 3rd, containing I mation. i contest. I utation for honor and to represent prettiest wMourfn the whl> iif Houid

a letter written by General Robert This scribe is summarily dismissedas I: Being the son of a Confederate veteran soldier, a public officer and a second district of Georgia, and hr piper i+ fir lu A*.

Bullock on the subject of an editorial "the cheap editor of a hireling and having had some little ex- into question, nor did I I .,' of the dis- vanceof the town iu which it i I.. |..ui.lished. ..

that recently appeared in the Starke i I newspaper," but I observe that the perience as a soldier in the Held (not i impugn the purity of his i Bullock, be- :! .-Hljjli :Spring: Hori>.t.Julge .
Telegraph, a weekly newspaper, I general sweetened his temper long in battle, for in the Spanish-American the exercise of my j him. He made his I

edited, published and owned by this enough :o toss in the customary as- !j embroglia the Florida regiment had no as an editor of a newspaper Having been among Ion fi. 'Iifrht.r J".k""u."iIl .
very humble and "obscure" scribe, ; sortment of Bullock bouquets. He ., opportunity to distinguish itself, "obscure" I simply \ example of taking \ aHiu OvalWe liirf 4ay Ill"

and which has, in its very humble took good pains to dwell with emi i. though, I take it, would have beha\.1 i his attitude on the Wailes' ';! his word General i with Hon. George 0. I"th..w.1'11'

sphere, always advocated a railroad I phasis upon his own long reputation!I ed well under fire since it composed I would upon the attitude of him I not now find fault I II up to Autb'iuy and addr- tboVuiocritle .

commission, legislation in restraintof for honor and intergrity, but, with a largely of worthy sons and other public man upon any if we believe him I voters there Ja"i M
trade and monopolies, and other total lack of charity and tolerance, grandsons of Confederate veterans) ,' matter of grave public I owes allegiance to \behalf of Mei>. Htw'kUHi and

legislation calculated to protect the I I unsparingly denounced this scribe I have learned to feel rather sensibly i! from the coincidence of his I I Bro ward. From Autbouy Jtxig.

interests of the people. without ever having taken the least. the ties that under normal conditions I I'I i! pected declaration for Mr. I I of General Bullock's I FarrU will make a pilgrimage u, Mi-

I observe with no small degree of trouble to ascertain whether his'I bind soldiers one to another. After II IIIr. '1 and Mr. Broward's omnibus put it on the wannee county. It'.. another e* e of
regret that General Bullock con- denunciation and intemperate crimi- ::\ Brown was no longer in the raceI I i upon the only public himself says, that love's labor lost.

strues the Telegraph editorial as a nation had even.the shadow of a foun- I saw about me the veterans and sons I: General Bullock has lately be an old man." --
personal attack on him. It was not dation to rest upon. I t I Iof veterans who had supported him i. terested himself in, I drew I I ', Mi** Hattie Dye will |leave' MH> for

so intended, and I believe any dis For this reason, and not in any trooping to the standard of Bob Dans I I I j elusion that an affinity of ideas \I MATTHEWS. Cincinnati, Ohio, to pewi a ewipfe.f

interested person who has read it did spirit of self laudation, for I readily I knew General Bullock had won dis-I i bly existed between them on weeks with Miss 1Ia..yll.y|..r. Lir

not see in its verbiage anything to call enter a plea of guilty to the general's tinction as a Confederate officer. 1.1 I well as other public matters, I bore Magazine.sudden on with MU Tayhr and a puny; e I

forth such maledictions as General charge of "obscurity," I trust Mr. knew Bob Davis had enlisted in the I the surrounding than neglecting friends His i D>> will vUU t6M HtLouis

Bullock's letter abounds in. Editor, that you and your readers service of the beloved Confederacy General Bullock's oft repeated Foley's Kidney expo ltiou.
'For General Bullock, I will the when I that Wailes should be alight .ii<*nri>er in a -
personally, pardon personal allusions J j!i a mere lad of fourteen years, paid$ ,
Mr. and Mr'. William *.
.' us- will 1 II.....
have the very highest respect and that are necessary to acquaint my giving his country honest and faithful Mr. Broward's studied
J'j! cases. It bas leave iu a few days f>.r Ltum!, IM.. tppmd "
profoundest veneration, though to distinguished culuminatior with the I service as a soldier, and that his I II the matter while being o Bright' cittease
I I ? the urunjer with , g
be frank, his illnatured retort and, facts that this cheap editor belongs record as a public official was so high j verbose and even blatant on were thought to be Liter on iu for nmuiuer Illly
wholesale condemnation of the thous to a family that has been fairlywell above reproach that even GeneralBullock's I j that he is pleased to style as have kidney or elprrt
to viit the M. LrttiU rxr1.Itlail.Mr | .
ands of good citizcr.3 and loyal demo known ,in this particular section of man Broward, in his campaign issues, justifies the conclusion commence taking

crats who are supporting Hon. Robt. Florida, not alone for sixty years, but of inuendo and misrepresentation ed in the article printed in the by Post today Office before Drug it Sttu Ditto, >,f i"..kwotvbl., III

W. Davis have in 115 wise enhancedmy for nearly a century, and that none had not dared to call it into graph and which General m epeudiu a few dry In 0.... wttfebrother ....

good opinion of him. From a of them have yet done dishonor to question. Feeling that I, a son of a criticises with unwonted \ Mr. Frank Ditto. Oat4 gee
man to whom we have all paid hom the name; that within the decade a Confederate veteran should naturally asperity. : ( formerly hi* home and bU ($. .

age and upon whom have bestowed kinsman of his has been chief justiceof feel, I thought that there should bean As I stated in the outset I hea1-lul1e;, here are delighted to gee hlui.

some of the highest 'honors within i the supreme court of Florida; thathe affinity between this distinguished : exceedingly that General -- --
our gifts, a dignified temperate dis was himself on May 10th chosento Confederate officer and this distin I I construed the discussion of a

cussion of public measures is naturally represent Bradford county in the I guished Confederate private that II I, measure as a personal attack. WORD CONTEST.

expected, even though the citizen I state legislature by the vote of I I I General Bullock had taken grounds so than this: I regret that an}- I
who raises a point be ever so seventy-one per cent. of the democratic surprising to his ;younger admirers have said or written should 1 PRIZES I Offered For

humble and obscure. Instead, the i electors who cast their ballots; and so disappointing to his old comrades caused the general to so far I The Correct Solution
general assumes an air of haught that he is the son of a Confederate I thought constituted a legiti the high pinnacle which we are :

superiority before the rest of man soldier as brave and true as any who mate and proper subject for editorial to place him as to style those I

kind and indulges in the most intemperate bear the name of Bullock, notwithstanding discussion, and following up the line differ with him on the Manufacturing Co. manufactures

denunciation of every one that his shoulder straps, of reasoning that men do not without succession as "corporation I health drink
ETTO will
who has the temerity to see things because of their subordinante grade, a definite, well defined cause, take and such other choice epithets >
with any other than from the Bullock did not give to him the honor and I I I decided grounds on any matter of intemperance of feeling and I prizes. The contest open to all.

point of view, rather than a ,distinction that my distinguished 1 grave importance, and especiallyin could stir up, for I understand It's free to You.

parliamentary discussion of a public critic has derived from his; that this I I such absolute contrary distinction many most estimable citizens .

matter that vitally concerns the citi- scribe himself made willing tender I I I to what is, from association and en- own home town and county MBI
.r. f thusiastic supporters of Hon. I I R ST PRIZE.

......... ..... ............... heard W. Davis, and among them I f.'T I segding ig the) correct answer we will give| a
mentioned the
S .! SOS name of I size picture I ig gilt frame egtitled "purity"
gentlemen (and I use the word
broadest sense) who for years I symbolical undoponr harmful of Metto drus the?greal. health drink which I/ellNl ,

I OCALA HOUSE WINE .I have followed the .Bullock next i,. .
ROOM 14 5" . . . ..........1 quart Mtto tt.'r-j TBVU.rb..
for love, loyalty and devotion 41 2''), . . 1 2 pint Jirlto t......
seen in the arena of politics 44 70,. . . 1 Metio ticket .........
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occurs to me as regrettable that
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Q word of his should be so harsh,
AND BARREL IIOIISE1 I in the heat of factional strife, a Goo........When They...............jtAl?. E

: mar their feelings. ..;...In.d............ ulUlUt'r....... ...._

: AGENCY FOR THE ANKEUSER-BUSH BttfflNG ASSOCIATION'S PRODUCTS. : accord But in with traducing us" the everybody general I ) :! :! 'CJUpOU, for| whole till I I : .nlt'...................._.....S..l.......
: I We keep constantly on hand a big supply of r exemplified the tactics of the rtisiug Melt" j| 1*. O........ ........ . .. .. .. .. .. .
ton-Barrs-Broward political II !
the choicest Whiskies to be ha-1 in case goods : Mfg. Co. I| County .. .. .. .
tion, and that he offers no \ State ._...........
Floiida. I
(bottled by the distillers), among which an 5 in support of his calumnious
is also well in line with the | first Jill correct answers received fet the Prises. he**! .I
Mount Vernon, nce iu the.
plan of attack. He arraigns I II j
S. LOOK FOR Pick wick Club- Davis, not on any specific i I I RPUFACTUPG( COMPANY.
Cascade, S but on the belief "that Mr.

: I THE SEAL Paul Jones : too subservient to the railroad ( St. Jacksonville fill.I. .
ence in this state, and that his
; Sobel: Lincoln uoutity, i ord is also proof of the fact."
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is much the I
Green River, S same style of |

N S. t Lewis*' 66, that campaign has against been used all I I Delivered Free. Write for Price List. :

.. s? dl I i I IitK Diploma Etc.. .. posed to the "Three Friends. .

.. all of which are high grade Rye Whiskies and .. matters not that Judge Davis, .
platform which he
.. every upon -
well known brands.
.. states with positiveness that .
; : : i I no affiliation whatever with .

f way corporation whatsoever, .
; I V.Q.S. Cooper Laurel Valley Corn Whisker: not had since his nomination ;
: .North Carolina Corn Whiskey, : gress, and lays down the broad .
osition that he will retire = .
Georgia Corn Whiskey. .
l gubernatorial contest if Mr. :

: Port \Vin Sherry Wine ScuppernongWine;; S will show by the same record I .
General Bullock refers to that
Catawba Wine, Blackberry Wine. Ten Year I .
-" >- ...... .. once, during a service of eight .
Old Blackberry Wine 81.25 per Gallon. in congress, cast a vote that is .

: We want your trade and will do anything within the bounds of reason and jusI i. ical to the interests of the ..
Florida, the statement of beliefs
tice to secure it, and after we have once served you we have no fear of the future
merrily on, but there is always : ; 3 1
as we propose to give you just what you order and the very best goods that can be total absence of specifications

obtained for the money anywhere. We make out of town shipments promptly on I since the general has fallen into 3 1
of leaving out the
the same day as received and by return train where possible. L* taT ZT-X r "3 -. ?*- *
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it does not seem amiss for -* tj5
Address all orders, to be called here to the fact *
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Old Miller
nye !1.tiO.
there was a time when he had "Bsrbee" ,Re tOO. 1ouolal0'a14.1 S

I OCALA HOUSE WINE ROOMS tive convictions on the Send. Po9loffl Pride 13.20.Apple Bowna aDd Yearn 4 x nt Urandier fl.;)).. .
Judge Davis' honor and integrity or
/ 8S fealty to the interests of the
The Jug Trade a Specialty. I KCOMPANY i
Ocala, Florida : for the General Robert Bullock &
H .i. i questions the fidelity of Bob .

.ISIS.ISSSSSSS...SSISisis....11: today is the same General E RAY ST. JACKSONV FLA. I1
who in the Sanford convention
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" j UtA ELIZABETH IASBIS Lcal Editor :Miss Jean Teague and her little sister I Mr. John P. Galloway and Mr. W. GUBE I Ir
: NATO 19L I
Sara Louise, returned yesterdayfrom 1 B. Fuller spent yesterday on the i -

i i,: HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Lady visit Lake. to their grandparents at raging pedition.Col. Ocklawaha. on a fishing ex RACE UNCERT 11N. THE PRIMARY ELECTION :

W. N. Camp returned home
Mr. John P' Galloway takes his Mrs. Annie Stroud, of Anthony,
yesterday from a few days' visit to
defeat gracefully. who has been spending the past week WIRES 1 ;
his brother, Dr. B. F. Camp at White
I with her brother, :Mr. C. R. Tydingsand ] I LAST TUESDAY

What's the matter with the fourthof family, will return home to-day. Springs. __ LITTLE PREVIOUS. i

July festivities. Orange trees! 1500 nursery trees, i
The Seaboard Air Line railway will ii r
to pineapple, orange, tanger- i
)Ir. R. S. Hall has gone to White
sell cheap rate tickets to Jacksonville ines, and grape fruit, for sale. The Robert W. Davis 309 in the Lead. \ r
Springs for a short visit. I
on June 13th limited returning to stock is five years old and trees from Eight Counties Still to be Heard Decided 4
I was to the Democratic nominee for Sheriff of
Mr. R. R. Carroll went up to Jacksonville June 16th. $2.25 for the round trip. three to eight feet high. Price $1.50 From.Jacksomille .

yesterday on business.Dr. I the Best County in Florida Marion] but the question of
each for cash. Address the Clifford
Chambers who has been
Hampton June 9, 9:30 P. N.
Orange Co. Citra, Fla. 6 10 2w who shall furnish your house should have been
several in Ocala with
Walter Hood returned home spending days Special to>> the Ocala Banner.
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yesterday from Atlanta, having been his father, :Mr. H. S. Chambers, re-I Prof. W. B. Dickenson, formerly of The gubernatorial contest still in settled before this. However, if this latter

rl Visiting in that city for the past ten turned to his home at Orange this county, was elected superintendent doubt and will not be settled to-night. question hasn't been settled just

days. yesterday.Mrs. I of public instruction for Hills- Davis now 309 in the lead. II step into our store and we

.. Mrs. Harry Crook and little son, George Eugene Bryson, of I borough county at the primary on The returns from the following ...

I Frank, of Jacksonville, are visiting Cuba, and Mrs. R. J. Kendrick, of June 7th over Prof. B. C. Graham, counties are still incomplete, viz: ... WILL HELP YOU

Mrb. 0. M. Eaton. They will be in Anthony, are in the city for a few who has held the office for a long Lee, Orange, Citrus, Pasco, DeSoto, DECIDE.

Ocala several weeks. days and are the guests of their aunt, time. We believe he will make a fine Liberty, Walton and Washington.The .
o- Davis committee hopefnl.
Mrs. Frances Howse.
I Mrs. B. T. Perdue returned home I II J. 0. LAFO TASEE.

afternoon from West Palm General Robert Bullock received a ----
yesterday :Miss Mattie Williams returned to

r J Beach, where she has been visitingMr. St. Augustine yesterday to join her ; wire from Hon. W. J. Bryan chair- Musical and Literary Society. J. A. PITTMAN & SON i

mon of the Broward The Music and Literary Society
Perdue for the past week. sister, :Mrs. R. S. Hall and children. I campaign committee r

yesterday afternoon in whichhe spent Thursday afternoon delightfully
Later to North Carolina to begoneuntil
they go I
The board of county commissionersand i FURNITURE
stated that Hon. Napoleon Bona- with Lillian Anderson, and renewed DEALERS.
the first of October.Dr. .
school board held their regular parte Broward had been nominatedfor the life and works of Longfellow.Jean .

i sessions this week the same as if no W. H. Powers went up to Jack governor of Florida by a major- Austin will entertain next ,

: primary had been held. sonville yesterday to spend today : ity of 1000. when the great pianist, Liszt, will be A Rainy Outing. From Jacksonville Metropolis

u with his mother, Mrs. Stephen Pow- discussed in addition to the following Tuesday was not an ideal day for a FROM COOK ON A BOAT TO
Mies Georgia Smith accompanied I The Ocala Music have
ers, who leaves tonight for Columbus, j Company program: picnic but a party of young people GOYERRORSrjIP.

;..' the picnic crown to Crystal River yesterday Ohio, to spend the summer with her I within the past few months disposedof 1. Short sketch of the improve-I had planned to spend the day in the

and she will reuiiiu there tort number of Hardman .
I quite a
pianos.Mr. woods, so, when after
daughter, Mrs. William Shoemaker. ments on the piano forte from the immediately
week, the guest of Mrs. G. W. Condon this piano is con- The Remarkable Record, !
I says crude little box, over which were dinner, the sun shone out so brightly NapottM
t Watbou. :Miss :Mary and Rebecca Anderson, stantly growing more popular with B.
I stretched strings,to the concert grand they decided to venture out to Silver Broward Who Has Achieved

r Mrs. Allan Rodgers and baby left who were expected home yesterday I the people who appreciate a good piano. Jean Teague. Springs to spend the afternoon. They a Great Victory.

k for Jacksonville. They afternoon from Lynchburg, Virginia, I instrument, and the splendid sales I
, yesterday j 2. Who is considered the patron drove out in a big carry-all and car- I
lr. an few where they are students ;at the I lately out his assertion. A Napoleon B. Broward, who It wm,
will be )
Rogers a
joined by "V carry saint of music of whom Dryden has so ried lunches, which they ate on the

: days and expect to make that city Randolph-Macon: Woman's College, I'II I number of new ones will arrive to- beautifully written, "When to her I; warf. They then fished for a short has been nominated for governor of

' missed their connection at Jacksonville : I Florida, defeating one of the most
and he all
invites lovers
morrow of
their permanent home. i an while after which it
organ vocal breath was given, an I I began pour
and will not arrive home until distinguished and brilliant men in the i
j elegant instrument to call and
j see angel heard and straight appeared, I and' rained all the remainder of the
Mr. T. J. Mitchell of Tampa state is ,
_', passed today.J. them. a native Floridian. lie was
t afternoon. The crowd then went
I I mistaking earth for Hope
: through Ocala yesterday on his born in Duval county, April 19, 1W! ,
Starr Sternberger, of Ocala, at A burglar entered the residences of Robinson. i j over to the Brown House, where they
way home from at the old farm house at the mouth of i
one time a prominent and successful Mrr B. J. Potter and Mr. G.T.Maughs 3. Define classic, secular, and I remained until the rain ceased, when
Mitchell was one of the attendants Cedar creek. 1
traveling man, but now engaged in Wednesday night. He was frightened "rag time" music. Lillian Anderson. ,j i I they started home, arriving about 8
at the Broome-King wedding Wednesday Working on a farm In his early boyhood -
the real estate business, was in the away from Mr. Potter's and it is 4. Definition of acoustics, melody, o'clock. In spite of the discomforts
night._ I days, he later moved to New
city yesterday. :Mr. Sternberger's i supposed the same burglar went onto rythm, harmony and discord. Jean i I i resulting from the rain, they all say
Mr*;. J. W. Pearson and daughter, : Berlin, and worked as a cook on a
1t friends were glad to see him again, if I i the residence of Mr. Maughs. All Anstin. that they had a great time.
I Alta, left Wednesday for St. Jo, Mo., steamboat, which was owned by hit : x
I only for a short time.-Gainesville I I that was missed were various articles 3. Definition of rhapsodye, fanta- !I! The party was chaperoned by Mrs.
j:. to spend the summer with Mrs. Pear- I uncle, Capt. Parsons. He wa afterwards j
Sun. I I from the refrigerator, so the burglarwas sia, nocturne and minute. Sara ,, H. C. Jones and was composed of J.
bon's (laughterIrs.. Dr. Wright. In employed as fireman on various
I evidently a hungry tramp. Several Davis. I I S. Bristow, Norwood Anderson,
Mr. A. J. Brigance, a member of steamboats on the St. Johns river s
the fall they will visit the St. Louis I I
Ocala's force has been the nights previous to this a burglar 6. What is a whole tone, half tone, Misses Eloise Miller, Grace Hatchell,
police on
exposition. and later became part owner of a f
broke into the residence of Mr. J. G. Louise Harris, Loulu Moody, Louie;
i flat, sharp and how many in use?
sick list for several weeks, and the II I boat with Capt. David Kemp i't'

Norwood Anderson, who has been city council at the last meeting granted i I Spurlin. ________ iI i! Elizabeth Newson. Fretwell and Fannie Robinson.A In 1887 he ran a wood yard, and

in Ocala for the past year working at him a thirty day leave of absence II I Miss Charlie Jeffords returned home I II I 7. Define a major, minor and chromatic Pleasant Outing. when Henry D. Holland, hheriff of

the Ocala with his brother, yesterday afternoon from Elizabeth scale, how of each?.
Foundry with full He left for !I many
pay. Wednesday Richard Hall gave Duval county, diet in 1S89, Gov. Perry

D. Speigner Anderson, returned to a trip to his old home in Russellville, College, Charlotte, N, C" where she Lucy Moorehead. a'most delightful picnic at Silver appointed him to fill the position. In

his home in Auburn, Alabama, Wednesday was a student during the past eight 8. Give sketch of the life of Liszt.I
to be absent for. several weeks. -
, Ky., Springs at which quite a pleasant and 1891 he was elected to the office, antI f
afternoon. months. :Miss Jeffords graduated Minnie Stovall. I
congenial crowd of young people were re-elected in two subsequent elec
Hon. and Mrs. Wm. P. Haisley will with honors from the Ocala High ---- I
I We received a very pleasant call I i,I Returned from White Springs. his guests. The party drove out to I tions.In 3
leave today for Lewes, Del. They school last and entered the
go year jun- For the few weeks White
yesterday from Rev. W. Rufus Row- past the Springs in carriages and on reach 1900 he was elected] to the legislature
especially to be present at the ninety- ior class at Elizabeth. Her friends
land, the new pastor of the Christian Springs has been a popular resort for ing there went down to Sharpe'sFerry : and in the same year Sov.
fifth birthday celebration of :Mrs. will be delighted to know that she ,
Dr. J. E.
church of this city. Mr. Rowland is Ocala people. On Saturday in a launch and enjoyed a very Jennings appointed him a member of

from the beautiful city of Chatta- Haisley's mother, Mrs. Simmons, led her class this year, having com- Chace and family Mrs. Thompson and delightful day fishing and picnicing.A the State Board of Health. lie wan
which occurs on the 25th of this the class with the I
pleted junior high-
Mrs. Blount returned from there
and is charmed with Ocala and I lunch was served at noon on the elected a city councilman, anlll4n'edon
nooga month. Mr. and Mrs. Haisley will est honors. Since the of the I
its closing Tuesday the following people arrived launch and in every way the outingwas the police commission In 1896 and
, people. spend a part of the summer at Sara- school two weeks Miss Jeffordshas
I ago !: home, viz: Mrs. B. A. Weathers greatly enjoyed.Mr. .
Mrs.J. R. Moorehead La returned toga and in the fall will go to Saint been visiting friends in South 1896.He
Messrs. Neil and Hibbert Weathers Halls' guests were: :Misses owns part of the Three Friend,

b from a visit to her sister, Miss Nellie i Louis for several weeks. Carolina. Misses Janet Weathers and :Mattie Williams, Gertrude Peyser, the boat made famous in the Spanishwar. !

, Hooper in Jacksonville. Miss! Hoop I -------- Alice Bullock,:Mrs. Richard :McCona- Eulalee and Eloyee Izlar, Mrs. S. T. His remarkable race for governor -
Miss Leta Camp was the The profit of a gold mine depends,
r er sails Sunday for New York City, to young not on the amonnt of rock crushed thy and :Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McKean.We Sistrunk, Messrs. Arthur :Masters, has demonstrated that be U a
hostess of a most enjoyable party Tues-
'" spend the summer' with her titer, under the stamps but upon the are glad to note that Hibbert Clifford Anderson, L. B. Warren, W. good politician, and possessed ability
day night. All were I
f- Miss Louise Hooper. games played amount of gold which can be extracked Weathers, who has been at the T. Wheeler and J. H. Mathews. both as a speaker and a campaigner.
indoors on account of the rain and
form the rock. In similar
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Springs for the benefit of his health is .
of Mrs. musi- the fortunate and happy guests spent the value of the food which is eaten ----- -- -- -- !

t The closing Gatfney's much improved.Mr. .__, '__ _,_ .._, .
cal Friday afternoon three hours very merrily. Miss Leta does not depend upon the quantity _n -_ -_ ___ _.r'-- -.--' -, ---- -- -- -
kindergarten which is taken into the stomach but Neil Weathers, who studies
! was a particular happy occasion, the was assisted in entertaining her npon the amount of nourishment ex- law at Columbia University, reached The Portable Saw. Mill is the Coming Mill

young students acquitting themselves friends by her sisters, Mrs. Clarence tracted from it by the organs of nutrition White Springs Saturday from New OUR MILL IS THE COMINCPORTABLE

with great credit, affording charming Camp and Miss Sallie Camp. I and digestion. When these
York and is now at home for the sum-
entertainment for the guests.-At- organs are diseased they fail to extract MllL.-
I' The people in his district treated I the nourishment in sufficient mer vacation.All .
lanta Journal. of these Ocala people spent
Hon. H. W. Long handsomely. He quantities to supply the needs of the
[ several orgains of the and several weeks at White Springs and It is mill that is really portable. Makes perfect
Mrs. N. M. Allred and baby daughter has given such long and faithful body, delighted with it both as a health a portable
t these organs cannon work without lumber. Capacities 2,000 to 5,000 feet per day.BACON .
left Tuesday for Henderson- service to the democratic party to and pleasure resort.
nourishment. The result is heart n

r ville, N. Allred will accompany have turned him down would have "trouble," and many other ailment.Dr. Good Spirits.

f them as far as Jacksonville and been ungrateful. We express our Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- Good spirits don't all come from I

next week will j join them. They will gratitude to the democrats of his dis- ery, acting on every organ of the digestive Kentucky. Their main source is the

trict for him and and nutritive system, restoresit liver and the fine spirits ever madein .
go to Tryon, N. C., on the 20th of treating so nicely ,
to health and vigor It cures dis- could not
the Blue Grass state rem-
, > this month and wjll spend the remainder congratulate. Long upon his i
remote from the stomach
teases edy a bad liver or the hundredandone -
I % of the summer there. signal triumph.L. I through the stomach in which they ill effects it produces. You can't

!ir origanated. "Golden Medical Dis- have good spirits and a bad liver at

f;t! i A negrs convict named Will Douglass W. Jackson, of Ocala, was in the covery" contains neither alchol nor the same time. Your liver must be

I t 1> attempted to escape yestereay city yesterday. Mr.'Jackson has recently narcotics' in fine condition if you would feel <

!!iI]I from the Camp Izzard hard road, removed with his family from The Following is Marion County's buoyant, happy and hopeful, brightof

' where he was at work. He was halt- this city to Ocala, and yet has a vote Total Vote. eye, light of step, vigorous and
successful in your pursuits. You can
ed by the guard and on his refusingto here. With that loyalty for which he Stockton 870; Taliaferro 791.
put your liver in fine condition by using -
stop the guard fired and he was is commended, he came to cast his Broward 934; Davis 740. Green's August Flower, the
killed instantly. His body was vote for Taliaferro, Clark and Davis, Broome 669; Crawford 738. greatest of all medicines for the liver

brought to Ocala and an inquest held and has no hesitancy in saying so. I!, Galloway 819; Gordon 873. and stomach and a certain cure for Can be set and ready to saw in two hours Variable Friction

C4 dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena .Cable Feed. Stationary Mills, any capacity. Portable
t yesterday afternoon. The people of Gainesville miss Mr. Long 238; Smith 189.
favorate household remedy for over and Stationary Engines, Railway, Mill and Factory Supplies.
Jackson and his interesting family Bobbitt 181; Turner 282.
# Tell your physician to have your : thirty five years. August Flower will WRITE US TO-DAY.
and trust they may return some day make liver healthy and active
prescriptions filled at our store. We We have a nice line of toilet art- your
to reside.-Gainesville Sun. and thus insure you a liberal supplyof & COLLINS SUPPLY CO.
have a full line of pure drugs, and a icles and you will do well to call on Trial size,25c ,
"good spirits." ; regular -I '-
trustworthy man to put them up. Tyding's & Co., have a full line of us before buying elsewhere. Tydings bottles,75c. For sale at Anti-I I ALBANY.6EOBGIJU-, ,1> |
,y Tydings &: Co. x fancy box paper of all discriptions. x & Co. x l Monopoly Drug Store.- -m ------- --

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THE OCALA BANNER GUESTS Of THE DAUGHTERS the speaker, bad admitted that the north have judged the honor and I The Mew Traveler' Jch.'lftf.

of is attested by
the spirit our people
Disease takes no summer The above
dominant party had mad many the results. I namd hotel in the also.

T1L I HilSIS Bit mistakes in settling the issue of the Today we are in the full enjoymenof vacation.If : tropolis is rapidly coning to the beiwc
The Vets Have and flesh and
Big Day are need
the fruit of th"se labors, you of the
?. 7. Learageoi, Bsl:es KiMrrro :16e=. war, and that they were even yet explaining as one teadteg htmitu of ...
Given a Big Dinner--75 in Line to after three decades we see no scar of strength useScott's state. It has witliin tfe
and mistakes '
tbeir pw
what is the most prosperous sy
I I I Listen to Fervid Oratory.In war upon weeks been
and most especially those made part of the most prosperous nation on Emulsion 'IJilftId "-

commemoration of the birthday inreference to the negro race; that I II the globe. There is a scar, but it is top to bottom and U BOW fcm c

of Jefferson Davis, which is a legal today the republican party would I not of our making nor of the fruits of J summer as in winter. the finishing touch+* by die pmtn,

holiday in Florida, the Daughters of swap the race problem, now rife I II war. of1\i I t I Send for free camp:e.i A new awning corateg the _'oM

the DiCKison chapter as is their in this for the In time of peace the partisans SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemist; story veranda 111 being crtctMi
slavery probe ..
I country the north, while holding the south | 400.15 Purl Street New York. oil ..
custom.gave the Confederate Veterans : Sor and'1.00; all drJgroiU, Bay street front, which
lem of the sixties two to one, and out of the union by force of military i j! will add ',ry

albig dinner Friday and had plendid throw in something for good measure. despotism, adopted the 14th and 15th j i much to the comfort of yeet. d

II ,. commemorative exercises. So, said: the speaker whatever mistakes amendments to the federal constitution {t the summer month Mr. Har11'Ut'k,

of the ti rades Stevens, Bridges, .
whereby the two races i :
In the forenoon the Confederate the south bad made she need j. the proprietor, w a thalo'IIM .t-
: THE BAY EL, BELIEVING south were set against each other in Hocker and Tarver. In doing so she
Veterans held a meeting in the city not be ashamed of them when we I perienced hotel man Md the Travt
T08l AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO hostile array. paid a very beautiful tribute to the

TUB CAKE OF THEMSELVES, HAS hall at which there were seventy-five come to consider those made oy the We cannot point the way to the heroism and constancy of the ers' is daily showing the .Mah ,,t bfe

T1KKN ITS STAND IS THE BARRICADE present. The chief topic discussed I north; yet nevertheless, we are under healing of that scar, but God grant up-to-date kkiaa.
leaders of the Confederacy. The
of life --- -
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE was about receiving the sons of Confederate one flag and one destiny and must that we may: meet the issues as --
valiantly as did our fathers.In I badges were presented by little Misses The prttift and II-.t
into full member- endeavor to make both glorious.Mr. I
all these trials! the noble womenof line of hox piper for U4t i V ffttftt.
BOTTOM fehip. Some of the comrades favored Reardon in introducing Mr. the south have'r done their part I Laura- pondence can be had at Ty4l H &

---- --- and :others opposed the measure. William Hocker, the orator of the and their tender aid will ever be given Comp.ny'daod the |*fe*. a,. r.a..M.
I During the exercises the Marion

FRIDAY, JUNE 10 194. Those who participated in the discussion ocasaion, paid him a very beautifuland in unraveling the tangled! skein of I able, too. __ *

were Comrades Izlar, Payne, fitting compliment.Mr. our civic and social problems. Concert Band rendered appropriateand Buy this
Because of his faithfulness to the patriotic music.
Yesterday was two degrees hotter Ayer Long Miller and Harr A.. Hocker without
3. spoke notes
$12-5 cash will Hte .
white people of the south Jefferson The speakers, Daughters, Veterans, buy g *tle family
than the whole of last
any day during resolution finally adopted leaving and his oration was very highly com- Davis has been made the martyr of Ocala Rifles, Marion Concert Band : horse and a new bamy &d hit-

gammer. It was a scorcher. the same to a committee to draft plimented and applauded.We their cause. A
ness. bargam'or to mate
and the visitors then formed in line- a
resolutions and have the same are pleased to present it in full With Spartan heroism be bore the sale. Address Hots.
So far as chosen, Hearst has 115 brunt of nation's bate and in his some iu carriages and some on foot-- quick ad feagy -
a ,
presented at the reunion to be held to our readers: Banner.
delegates and Parker 130, and Roose- own,person suffered for his own peo and marched to the old cemetery, care dct-wlt
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in Nashville this month.At President and Members of Dickiisa -
velt has 756 out of 956. Chapterof where the graves of the honored dead
this fctageof the proceedings a the United Daughters ot the Confederacy: pie.When :
time shall have worn away were decorated.The Study at t Home jjjSfS5When

"riometiraes," said Uncle Eben, "tr message was received from the I must acknowledge:: the honor con- by attrition the prejudices of a cen- .
Ocala Rifles fired three salutes, rant.we< whLr a T\.: H e 5wr eeeeel ,.,.e"r r.oktet
dat Lab lot dinner ferred in requesting to address and the truth of the cause of the boIae.x r. -. ...... 1.--. e. '1>_
young man a of push Daughters stating that the was me you tury, J.cet.ra.A-o..q! .. kebr I ......_ itefn,54
and be after which the impressive and e.Latn e I ,-, :1 _.... .. ..
today; fitting that there southern people shall recognizedby or. I.
makes dc mistake ob applying it ter in readiness and the veterans are so .. ur ..&II- re..LtlIINhlsMale,
I. many others bett-r capacitated! !: to do impartial mind, then will their sacred ceremonies were concluded .
de bicycle plea.ure'aid u' saving marched in line to the beautiful -- -- --
justice to this occasion, nothing but a vindication be complete, and their with the benediction pronounced by
borne for de wheelbarrow ob nececity.Washingtnn Gary grove on Oeklawaha avenue, FOI'} 110NEYA.\"LA.R
I sense of duty could lead me to under- leaders and their heroes receive ther D. W. C. Lindsay. 1
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Star. where a sumptuous dinner was served, take =o prominent a pan: in the es- due meed of praise. e4. w

which elicited praise from everybodywho ercises of this:: day. The anglo-SiSou; :: race of the southis :
Instructed to Vote for Hearst. ;
Honolulu June g.-The territorial partook of it. As the feou of a Confederate veteran worthy to survive and it must sur I..;; ; ..N4. G." I4. ........."..

Democratic convention after a long At three o'clock the I the memory of the heroes of thesouth vive. Bee
exercises were i : BL Lights i
c116cuis1on today instructed the Ha- must:: ever be dear to me. Davis: Lee, Jackson and their com-

waiian delegation to the national con begun, Rev. W.I C. Lindsay making a !I And this happens to by aiy own rades, who sacrificed all things that .. io

tention at 6t. Louis to vote for Congressman beautiful! prayer. i iI I natal day, and from the Louse in men value, except honor and fidelityto And stays there there's \honey in th* !tMtr. :

W. R. Hearst for president.i Hon. John G. Reardon, acted asl which I was cradled were beard, buta the cause of their brethren, are, : Possibly have observed that customers stay : !i

: The vote waa nearly unanimous master of ceremonies at the comt few years before, the thundering of and must ever !be, the heroes of their with you

< the guns of Appomattoi. people. : :
memerorative* exercises given under I .
What a picture first: met my eyes! Mopes is immortal because he de-
The Defuted.II the of the Dickison MUNROE & CijAl BLISS BANKERS
aupices: Chapter : i
I I Of grand old Virginia, "the fairest of voted his life to the cause of the race ,

the days of the defeated candidate United Daughters of the Confederacy, her daughter Eve,*' left bleeding and integrity of the Jews.
are as grass, as a flower in the given in this city Friday, June 3rd. broken-Virginia, who once gave William the Silent, of Holland, is ,

field. The primary cometh and goeth Mr. Reardon complimented the away empires with the munificenceof immortal, becau-e be devoted ills life NN......N............0..............i............6a .

and is gone, and his: favorite haunt Daughters on the splendid dinner; a king, now stricken and dismembered to the cause of the race integrity of -__ _-_ _--; .
by those who
were recipients of
knoweth him no more. He retireth their demotion to the perpetuation of her bounty. the Dutch. Special Sale Sewing Machines.

to secret places and shunneth the noble memories and urged that they Sj this day and these thoughts are And BO it is through all the rangeof
history. The man who stands by
face of all mankind. His: eyes be- continue to keep up their organizition sacred to me. We hat enlarge number of Sewing Jlauliimthat hatebrrnued
the of his people through good
; deweth with teardrops and his heart that the generations of southern This day is set apart by ihe laws of cause -*, ome hut little-that we nil cloeout at ISar&aiii Price
people weal and for
and evil for woe
report, ,
this laud in commemoriation and Tue'e machine hate been thoroughly; overhauled It1',*
is heavy like unto lead. His soul is since the war may be impressedwith honor of the birth of the first in is by the law of moral nature entitledto Ierielleedforluncli and all worn parts replaced and mudea" t
grievously tormented by the thought the heroism of their fathers and the veneration aud the lore of men good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried, mid
'I': only president of the Confederate of all an-i all climes. guaranteed to do perfect work before it leates our More. (au
of the many plunks he hath wasted, grandfathers and brothers who went States of America. races he seen and tried, it desired.We .

and he eeth before him many hours ', into battles and stayed to the end How befitting a manifestation of Paraphrazing the inscription upon will sell thee machines very low for .oub. Price- run
the worth works and I the tomb of the Spartans who fell atThermopylae from 9 I.on to $1.3 OU. and each i-% a bargain at the price
o f weary toil ere he replaceth what with the deathless courage and inspiration character of I the dead leaders of the We are agents for the celebrated "Xew lions.." and "Wheeler
Jetr ,
ron Davis! But that
he hath lost. His wrath waxeth hot, soldiers which d:: 11'llaou"t'ewiugJtachine'i-wlth or without 'JIIUcm.holr at*
unequaled: by any bids us assemble on this day, in every : south have inscribed in spirit lines tachiuent.Graphophones. .

and he kicketh himself with a swift that history gives any record of. He city, town ani hamlet of all tiiis fair i, upon their tombs this message to us: and records. A Graphophone and A Hecord

kick, and calleth himself names that said among other things that there southland, to pay an annual tribute Co tell the southron,thou that passeth by,' "for 8 .OU. Furniture and House Furnishing Clood at
.SMITHS. attention mail
to order
Special ,
That btrre obedient to their cause we lie.
reflecteth his intelligence. His to tue memory of our dead is not
upon was too much in the Confederate war to
be found written in the statute Miss: Evelyn Pel hope of a career of political splendor for the southern people to be proud of book _
of this: or any other land, but i ia beautiful poem entitled, "Our I
.. fadeth away like the dew of the morn- for us to let it go only as a mere
written upon our hearts in COMPACT
sentimentsof Confederate Dead. W. SMITH & !
ing, and his dream of glory vanishethinto incident in the history of the country. love and adoration.
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, the beloved
nothingness." That survivors of both aides must These noble sentiments-the love of HARDWARE:
heroism president of Dickisou chapter, then ,
not complain at the small attention and intergrity-adoration for of honor Wecarry a full line cf Builder's Materials, such as Doofg Sash I
The Song of the Cndidte. those dear ones, who, now lying presented crosses to Corn ,
that they now receive that there
; Paints Oils
Blinds Varnishes
mute Etc.
once met so
valiantly the call
to the the bum
Goodby grafter,
were only thirty million people in this
patriotism to the arbitriment of DISFIGURED
and the leech the courthouse
great country then; that half of them ,

rally, the wind-jamming speech; theprimary's are now dead while the increase from war.These sentiments written
upon WITH ECZEMA All kinds of Agricultural Implements, Elwood Kokomo lead
over, the city fight won, the new generation and from immigration southern heart and sealed with the American Wire Fencing.

we've spent lots of money and had blood of kinship: and the bloodof
that had no knowledge of
battle Give us a call. We'll guarantee you satisfaction
can never be effaced
lots of fun. Those who are elected and
the war aud what it was fought for
the heroic deeds
t have problems to face, must begin which inspire us Under Physicians Five
and had no feeling on the subject, today shall be chronicled through all T. W. SMITH & COMPANY
Months. Went from
now their planning to win the next for the
left a few old soldiers that have survived ages inspiration of generationsyet
while those who beaten Bad to Worse. Wdst Side Public Square
race; were the conflict in unthinking and unborn. I

with many regrets,' must work harder unappreciative fcurroundin: By the convocation, as bon and -

han ever to pay campaign debts.- The speaker protested that the daughters honor to ourselves of the Confederacy in we do CURED BYCUTICURA PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34e
.. south was loyal to the American Hag the virtues of our dead-those who -
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and that under it southern soldiers Tell in battle, and those, who surviv- Wonderful in One We are prepared In fur.
RUN DOWN.o Change Night.In ubh
would light valiantly as the soldiers ; ing for a time the accidents of that OCALA OCALA

great strife met with Month Face Was
When a phrase is coined out of worldwide in the north, and that the south iu undaunted ICE & ICE &

brief human and expressive.experience We it is are apt "run-to be these memorial occasions only intended courage mighty task aud of unswerving the restoration loyalty of our the Clean as Ever. PACIIHG :IOE: : :::: : PACKING

down" we say in the endeavor to de- to keep alive the memories of her wasted and battle-riven empire.To .

scribe physical a relaxed condi- dead heroes whose courage and those tattered, but rugged bands, "I was troubled with eczema on the COMP NY, On >short rniice at any COMPANY

tion, and all the martial prowess had challenged the who survived those years of war, face for five months during; which, tine point city or "t"lt"

terminology of want and pestilege, a double debt is I was In the care of physicians. Hy
admiration of the
world. The
f spaaker
medicine could due. Turning to their face was in such a condition that I
not more describe expressively remarked on how fast the old surviving I to thobe ash> heaps, where or returning could not go out. It was going from PHONE .34 WATCH..FOG THE BLUE WAGON, PijOHE 34.

the actual Ill soldiers were passing away that' once stood their homes, they were bad to worse and I gave up all hope,

condition than J there were very few present: on this made to realize the horrid aftermathof when a friend of mine highly recom-

that every day V// war! mended Cuticura Remedies. The first
occasion, and yet Marion had
phrase. It sug- county Bight after I washed my face with Cu
gests the mechanically clock, sent one thousand to the war. comrades With the bones of 150,000 of their ticura Soap and used Cuticura Ointmentand ""r"F""r"r"r'r"r"r"r"r"r""r""r'"r""tr"1'STARTING" !" ', " " '," " "
bleeping in
perfect new made Cuticura Resolvent changed won-
,but failing Mr. Reardon spoke of Mr. Davis as and and the treatmentit
graves bleaching on every field. derfully, continuing r EARLY
to record the having been the epittme of the With dependent widows and removed all scales and scabs. From .a...
of time
passage that day I was able to go out, and in & -
because it is Southern COllfederac '. That Mr. orphans! on hand u f-
run- ) every -the hopels month my face was as clean as ever." :: :

down. Davis believed that slavery bequests of war. TIIOMAS J. SOTH, 317 Stagg St., I'i' V acquiring<< prwltdetiey tn .:.:..t
People With railways and Brooklyn, N. Y. ,. piano
playing. Bet
have that tired was the cause of the north every public The above letter was received in 1893 r -r.
,-F out. run -down going to war, and that he, the speak convenience destroyed; with the and he again writes us Feb. 19, 1903, ..- f the wbtAke l tktek* :;
feeling will find wealth of a continent exhausted; "I havo not been troubled with eczema :: : j lug scary sort of a (slate

new life in the er, thought so too; that the northern with no money and no credit;with since." == ; will do to begin M. IT I-o

use Pierce's of Golden Doctors Medical Discovery. This people envied and were jealous of the the black peril before them. the The skin agonizing as in Itching eczema;and the burning frightful of :-: ; s 7 1= E WON'T Your cuUti eyed a--

great medicine is far more than a tonic.It unique social: institutions and condi- Enduring the anathemas of the scaling as in psoriasis; the loss of hair ::: as good an IttitrouiNU a :::::

] cures diseases of the organs of diges- ditions of the south and that the freeing craven bigots of the north and the and crusting of scalp, as in scalled '1, you can afford to buy, tiN ::;
and enables the
and .
tion nutrition per- head the facial In .
filchings of the ; disfigurement as 1 '
eff- her
carpet-bagger the ( for
:,. ear wade wtlt..
and assimilation of food of *
fect digestion of the slave was not and ringworm the awful suf- : ::I
so much disbanded pimples ; i.'I I ::
I which alone all physical strength is made. soldiers of the confederacy of and of ;: I,: ;.. :1tYx; _. w 1 sru ld--'. --a
fering infants anxiety worn-
., wanted"The reason to ,wait I delayed one wr writing after was I had because taken I their desire, as was their purpose and undertook the upbuilding of the south. out parents, as in milk crust, tetter and E j;i; 't .r I :-.: You will De site la trwt ;!

- the medicine before giving my statement, and intent to destroy the social regime of these things were not enough salt rheum-all demand a remedy of ::: >:: A'-'" \ ::. : lug to expert piano dealer, ::::
t send good conscientious testimonial almost virtues to '., njH I a to superhuman success-
_ now,"writes can Mr. Chas. H. Sergeant of Plain City. the south which was admitted to be overcome, after we had plightedour fully cope with them. That Cuticora == .-!,,.,. .y: .;,: '.;;\.- > .{ wltn tltlrt1-tbr year =s.J
Madison Co.. Ohio. During the summer and loyalty to the union, and after ,-_. '\. = *<.vJ y XD*bents. __ 0
and Resolvent
Ointment each
t fall of 18961 became all'run-down."nerves were the finest in the world the slaverywas Soap are : '; ...
t out of order and stomach! of order. I wroteto the soldiers of the north and south stands proven beyond all doubt. No -;- <:.... ->c
Dr. Pierce for advice. He said I had general its foundation stone. had J Only the beat plllWl
embraced again as brothers there statement is made regarding them thatis
Medical ,
, and advised Dr. Picrce's Golden and
,:. debility Discovery,and. thanks to you for your ad The speaker remarked that the came the pall of military, reconstruction not Justified by the strongest evi == organs.LDDEN 3l
vice I used six bottles; and since I stopped tak dence. The parity and sweetness, the
ing it about one year ago. I have not taken any destruction of that social regime was and the enfranchisement )f the power to afford immediate relief, the

!" medicine work every of djy.any My kind appetite aad is have good.been I can able eat to an irredeemable mistake, and that it negro-the first to humble, the last to certainty of speedy and permanent: i CAMrBELL SMITH 00

three square meals a day and I do not feel that degrade and destroy our race. cure, the absolute safety and great l < ,
burning in the after catin&oNv behooved the southern M .*
F- miserable stoma people to try economy have made them the standard:
" shape. and, "Peace hath her victories
blood and nerves are no less
skin of the civilized world.
Vtn-ill bet, I think I am in pretty good run- to preserve in their social life cures
) renowned than :: Headquarters
war. Jacksonville ::
[ Sill thranetumt the world. Cnticuis Bdolraak tfe.fn Fla.
k f"" ot Owcolwe: Coated Fill, be, TUI of .. {
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"ifnPierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the the splendid features and And how per B
traits of the j poorly the political and U.r-ra-nt,iot,Sotp.lie. Depots i London. Ch&.ter..d >
boweli activa*qd healthy. old south' The northern .. '.,. iq.| Ptru.i Ba de U Ptizt Botton 15 Colua.jiis. -
-- people eaic pseudo-philanthropic bigots of the .. Pat Ia Sins them Corp.. buts hoFruwn. jiljlljl'jlljiljlljlljlljlljl1.j 11jl'jl j"jllj11jljlill'ji'jl'jli \

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It did not take the public long to show their appreciation of this
waist, and we hold this opinion higher than any other, because

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Wash Goods, Persian Trimmings, Persian. Trimmings, J
' Embroideries Baby Caps Belts in all Styles and Prices.
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d then you will see that the EFF-EFF BRAND possesses all the virtues of Custom Tailor f
O in,. The curve of the shoulders, the very set of the front is moulded into shape, and it will "
, Q be there until the goods give away. g7ri
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: p g Straw Caps,Hats t A1 A1O 3'
j bg':: Cluett-Peabody"and "Waehusett"Shirts. GP;y"Arrow"
Brand Collars and Cuffs, I
i Cool Underwear and Hosiery, ", jyYti
..- Summer Underwear, ,,' nVV 4
l #. Belts and Suspenders.. '
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examined and approved as follows: I THE KiNG OF *lf (\1
8ollciter Charles Hill Talks of Kloeck- ,
Ocala Fla., June 6, 1904. Rec'ts Disb'rs'd Bal Had Been Thrown Away with $2,323:

The board of public instruction in Ocala .....$ 5S1 76 579 10 2 66 Worth cf Cismcnds In Tc:. I ler Tragedy.
and for Marion county Florida met McIntosh ... 193 40 172 18 .21 22 Atlanta, Ga., June 8.-Solicitor C. D. BLOOD PURIFIERS (rsSS:
Chicago June 9. !
ring? | Hill Monday morning ;:lye utteranceto
this the 6th day of June 1904 in regu- Belleview. .. 134 14 122 50 11 64 :
$: ,3O:: have teen round in his LTI psialic itaiement concerning
lar session with G. S. Scott chairman Fantville .. 92 38 92 38 the tee of slipper: -- j
a that had been
t ot
xjiterious deatn pretty
B. R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham pres- Dunnellon 211 93 208 62 3 31 thrown with other dircsrded foot I No remedy ever yet discovered has met with such J
we:! Sophie KlotCKler, whose: body was ,'
ent. Reddick .. 45 08 30 00 15 08 on a garbags damp.Thfc i I dragged from Lakewood pond on May .o popular favor as S. S. S. The people everywhere indorse i! 1\\ i

Minutes of last meeting were read Pine Level.. 190 17 190 17 jewe:3E: >re the property ol I 2Cth. The fctaterneat was made to I and.there are few homes where S. S. S. for the blood is f 1

and approved. Mayville .. 4S 59 48 59 Mrs Gors3 Fran who had hidden j The Journal i:. me presence ot several ,I I not known and used. It is superior in many ways to the ordinary Ji I

Mr. J. C. Folks chairman of the Buck Weirsdale 23; 28 25 28 them ir ice s::.'.J E-. Her daughter I| members oi the local detective departi : blood medicines. In the first place S. S. S. is a guaranteed

Pond special school district appearedand Citra ... 17 80 17 50 30 ignorant of Its v:.:IucLIe contents gave i ment who are eagaged; on the case. The J purely vegetable compound, made exclusively of medicinal roots i!

asked that the county board approve Griner Farm 128 60 6 00 122 60 the slipper, with its mate, to the elevator \ solicitor is by &j o.efeas certain ot eith '': selected for their wonderful purifying! and tonic properties that act It

of plans being taken by the Buck Buck Pond.. 267 75 14 50 253 25 toy "f their apartment building er suicide or murder, and says there is .' upon the blood, purging it of impurities and restonng it to a healthy, ,11

Pond trustees to unite the Buck Pond Sparr .. ... 3 SO 7 50 1 30 t o trw! 2"-!r.. Tae police were a mass of conflicting testimony. natural condition. At the same time under its tonic effects the genem .ji

and Dinner Pond schools and build a Candler .. 22 14 12 50 9 64 notifie.1' when the IM was discovered. "The mystery Is ona of the cost puz. '( system improves, the sluggish organs are toned up, and renewed ,

house costing from $900 to $1000 and Fellowship 13 15 2 50 10 65 iLe elevacr boy said he remem- II rlicg I have: ever encounterea;' sic j strength and vigor and better health is the result. No bad aftereffect HI

establish a junior high school. He stated Electra .. 55 35 33 75 21 CO here takirs" th?: oe! chces from Mrs.Frank's Mr. Hill. "Neither the murder nor follow the use of S. S. S., as so often happens with blood medicine 11i

that the trustees have had a balanceof Blitchton .. IS 56 2 00 16 56 :: rt-icnt Saturday andthrar'iL I suicide theory has been firmly estab .i containing strong minerals, which derange the stomach and digestion

$300 and the next year's assessment Martel ... 46 82 46 821,i I The drof: r tics t3:'nto garbage the garbage can. jI j lished. The evidence: 'so nr as I aa .. and in other ways damage the s'stem. For diseases of the blood, 11
wagon was j J
aware, is of such a character that ia- such as Chronic Sores, Rheumatism Catarrh, Scrofula Boils and 1'im-
could be $450 making $i50 practicallyon Fort King. 145 62 145 62 I i fov.J and seat at care ta Sharpshooters' ,

hand and with a small loan they Capulet .. 3 18 2 70 48 park jKhero he collected all the I stead of clearing up, it increases ia '' ALWAYS KEEPS S. S. S. ON HAND. PM, Eczema Jetter. I

would have plenty of money without Linadale .. 18 03 5 00 13 03 old shoes he could find. In the 11!. mstery."In hw of the way the case has Monticello,A r., May 21, 1903. Blood. Poisons, ?"< Other ,4 j

calling on the county for a cent. After Cotton Plant 17 28 17 28 tenth shoe examined the diamondswere Gentlemen:-For about twelve years I have troubles due to impure or !.1
been managed, he continued "all vc ;|
considering the plans and purpose the ----- found.At been using your S. S. S. as a household remedy bad Condition of the blood, i
can hope for just now is to firmly et- I have taken it tonic and and
request was approved and the trustees Totals ...$2285 81 $1216 35 $1069 46 i t as a appetizer, ben() remedy acts SO promptly J!
tablish whether the young woman lieve there is none better. I have used it for my
were authorized to proceed in carryingout The patrons of South Lake Weir pre- I Killed-herself or whether she was mardcrcd. I j t children various times for little skin eruptions and thoroughly at S. S. Q. JI

their plans. sented a petition asking the board to I Chambers' Bowling Alley. Evidence to establish one or !I: boils and poisons caused by playing with weed.. It reaches deep-Seated,

The supervisors of Flemington and re-establish the school at South Lake the other of the two theories is cei!:i S. S. my standard, never mind what is the lorig-standing cases, Upon 1 1i
The monthly prizes for the best matter. If I use a bottle ot S. S. S. it tones up the which the Ordinary ;;
Ebenezer schools appeared and asked claiming that they would have twentyone ing sought for. We must first know system cleanses the blood and makes me well potash
for assistance in providing water at the pupils-more than one wagon can bowlers at Chambers & Haley's bowl- what produced the death and if i:j I i asain. AsanaU-roundfamilymedicinelconsider "rsapanllaCOmpWMlii .ji I

school houses. The matter was deferred carry. The petition was laid over until ing alley were awarded yesterday. was murder we must ascertain th*: 13.I S. 5.the best remedy the kind that have I have no effect. Even where ilI
II I ever used,and generally keep it hand f
on as there
a is
until the special meeting to beheld the next meeting of the board and W. C. Bull, whose score was 249, beyond a doubt, and then proceed to I ily remedy. MRS.V. C.* an hereditary

on June 20.! all parties objecting to the reestablishment capture the murderer. ;' predisposition to disease,
received first prize; F. E. Beckham, I i S. S. S will search out and remove from the blood the fixed and
The supervisor of Ebenezer school are requested to make their poison
second 241 Clifford Anderson I I build the health it enriches and weak thin 11
presented a petition asking for a special objections known at once. prize, score ; MEN ESCAPE PRISON. up ; purifies blood and stimulates )

district election. The petition was The board adjourned to meet In special third prize, score 225. -- 'i the circulation. Pure blood ij essential to health You Gin .;l,

ordered published according to law for ; session on Monday, June 20, for While In Portable Car at Newnan They exist without good blood, but can never be robust and strong; for every J

four consecutive weeks. I' the purpose of estimating the resources Vance Hall, Saw Out. organ, tissue and nerve in the body looks to the blood for nourishment, !
Newnan, Ga., June 8.-In a generaj) and unless this vital fluid is kept in a
A communication was before the i iI and expenditures for the school year of Situated mid trees, is large and well I pure, healthy state, the rest of 1
I delivery from a portable car of the the body suffers and the system soon breaks down. '
board from Mr. L. L. Meggs of Orange I 1904 and 1905; and the supervisors and kept. Excellent table; on railroad, Nature ha pro J
Coweta county convict camp at New- I vided in S. S. S. a remedy for diseases of the blood which
Springs and one from Mr. J. H. Brin- patrons of all schools wanting repairsfor 10 miles north of Asheville, N. C.; long .
nan six desperate convicts escaped experience and a thorough test have
son asking the board to assist in run- the next year are requested to put on banks of the French Broad river proven superior to all others, and j
after being fired on by the guards, and : the acknowledged King of Blood Purifiers.
ning the normal this summer. After in their claims at said meeting. moderate rate. I are supposed to have reached Atlanta j

considering the question the following \V. D. Cam Secretary. MRS. R B. VANCE. Ga. OUR MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, in charge of graduated physicians, J

resolution was passed: Why Pop Corn Pops.A 513 Alexander N. C. The men were sent up from Fulton is an important part of our business, maintained for the benefit of those j

That the board believes a well con- and Bibb counties and were all long. who need advice or special information in regard to their case Write 1

ducted normal will be of much benefitto New Yorker recently submittedto Daughters Meeting teiyn men. While in a portable' car os, and our physicians will advise yo u without charge. 1

0 the teachers attending it; that the the department of agriculture the The Daughters of the Confederacy composed of steel on a side track at THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.

board believes Mr. Brinson is a man of following questions: 1. Why does i afternoon Newnan they managed to saw through
will meet this with Mrs.
ability and well qualified to conduct a popcorn pop? 2. Why doesn't ordi- the bars and escape .
good school and to encourage the attendance Frank Harris at 4 o'clock. The authorities at Atlanta were notified

the board agrees to appropriate nary corn pop like popcorn? 3. Whatis I The wires from Chairman Bryan over long distance telephone, end .I..Iei..siiiSSSIS.SS...I.
the of
$130 provided there are as many composition popcorn and descriptions of the men given. A reward
does it differ from ? seem to be for the purpose of paving of $50 is offered for the
, as fifteen Marion county teachers and why ordinary corn I recap- We keep a full btockof .

: those expecting to teach in attendance 4. Why does popcorn pop better the way for a contest and-trouble. ture of each of the convicts. r LOOK FOR .

and provided that the tuition to Marion when ? The Old
thoroughly dry depart- Joe
Taliaferro obtained 2222 votes in FEAR FURTHER TROUBLE. .
. county students be free. THE SEAL
ment made an investigation and re-
: Election returns of the Fairfield spe- Hillsborough county. Four duces.
plied as follows: 1. The popping of State Affairs In the Cripple Creek and : Old Velvet :
cial school district were canvassed and ,

the following result declared: That the corn is due to volitilization of the Davis carried Hillsborough county Victor Districts. S

.,. district is created by a vote of 26 for oil contained in the kernel. 2. Field I oy 35 and Taliaferro swept it by over Denver, June 8.-While early reports Old McBrayer
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today from Victor and Cripple Creek :
: the district and 1 against the district;. hi"I _
corn does not 600. '-
pop as readily! as popcorn "'
where yesterday's strife and bloodshed I I/
that a three mill levy be declared, 23:
,F, votes for three mills and 1 vote for two pops because the out portion of Jacksonville received for death ruled indicate that semi-peaceful conditions iA: .. :" ,;; Mark Rogers, .

: the kernel is more*porus, permitting claims paid by insurance prevailed fears of another outbreak = = -.t... iaav.' .
mills; that W. A. Tongue A. J. Jones companiesfor 5 ( c ? ",./," .d; v i
I .
, and ,A. M. Mathews were elected true the escape of the oil as it volitilizes, the year 1903, 159,634; Pensacola, Throughout are general.the night squads of citizens '''. I:'''!I/I!" d"/////Uh\\" ." "" '1' ,.... ".i'.''' c;k".' Old Charter, .!

tees.The whilejin the case of popcorn a great I $134,569; Ocala, 13600.. I reinforced by details of the mil- I. t M.IMV ** *4stt metHEADQUARTERS 1 \.* *.m : f l e

, resignation of V. Fant a trusteeof pressure is developed in the kernel and j}I nary traveled over the district! mak Mt. Vernon, .
i the Fantville district and the resig h "r !i 'I'
nation of is suddenly exploded and turned wrong The primary,! like all luxuries, i ing arrests until now the bull pen is t. i .;
George Stuart supervisor oft filled with :00 or more prisoners.. llS '
side out. 3. In composition popcorndiffersfrom comes high. ..;; Cascade and
the Anthony school were accepted and The city marshals of Anaconda, .. :t*, 1il; ; .r\'c ,. .
the patrons of the respective schoolsare ordinary corn in having \ f:0 1;..',". .1'J: no.'.'''' t .
Goldfield and Independence : _
among ;
F. A. Salomonson is again mayorof i ; ;.,' ..':.: "
hereby asked to recommend suitable a largerproportion of corneous ele- the prisoners Together with the city Other High .

men to fill their places. Tampa. marshal of Victor and the sheriff of
ment and a greater per cent of oil. f .
The treasurer's report for the month Teller county, this makes a total ol .Ij
[ 4. Popcorn pops :more readily when Has Ocala entirely abandoned her S Grade Whiskies.
. of April was examined. and found correct I five officials of the gold camp towns 9
as follows: dry because when moistened the kernels fourth of July celebration. who have been deposed sine the troubles

; Bal. from last report....... .. .$ 91. are swollen, more porous and of yesterday. I Headquarters for I

t. Reed from A. C. Croom tax toughened and do not explode

t: !sales... ... ... ........ 50 27 suddenly and completely as when dry so 0K OUNCE OF PREVENTION > FATAL LIGHTNING BOLT. : Anheuser-Bush Beer, :

J. Reed from E. L. Carney, levy

of 1903... .. .. ... .. .. .. 5334 78 and hard. IS WORTH A Two Meet Death While at Work In a and
: Bottle Draught I
Reed from E. L. Carney pollsof I Found Diamonds in His Corn Field. Field.

1903..... .. .. ... .. .. 1295 00 The finding of a large number of POUND Of CURE. Athens, Ga., June 8.-A few miles

diamonds in afield near Lucama, N. from Statham Ga., two young women, I Write for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We :

Total.. ..... ..........$6680 96 Misses Mabel Flanagan and America want trade and will to satisfaction.
C., has considerable stir thereabouts.An :your guarantee give
Returned to T. E. Pasteor amt. Secure one of the Quaker BathCabinets McLoughlin were instantly killed bya .
A. C. L. passenger conductor, who stroke of .
put in last month to balance lightning.The

report .. ..... .. .... ... 50 00Net runs on the"short cut" past Lucama, and Take a Turks ;- I I young women were out infield I i OCfUA HOUSE WINE ROOMS; !

says the value of the diamonds i ith, Bath at love at work and just in front of them

total .. .. ... .. .. .$6630 96 more than When was a young man Albert Fianagan.
10000. a south .
Disbursed during April..... .. 3955 01 The bolt killed the two girls instantly OCALA, FLORIDA,
bound West Indian mail train run I and the young man was knocked

Balance.... ..... .. ..$2675 95 into some box cars at Lucama, a carload .. senseless to the ground, but will r& I........................:

Treasurer's special district report of fertilizer was wrecked. The cover.

for April was approved as follows: mail was thrown on top of the ferti- Boy Loots Mail Boxes: r

: Rec'ts Disb'rs'd Bal lizer car-and vas burned. The next ratchez.l1ss.., June 8-Special Deputy

Ocala.. ... .$1024 84 $ 811 70 $ 213 14 i Sheriff J. S .Perrin left this mom
I J t day the company sold the fertilizer to .
McIntosh 210 84 69 50 141 34 I ing for Water Valley, having in hla HUBBARD & MACDUFF

: Belleview .. 139 09 17 00 122 09 a farmer nearby aud he hauled it to.. charge Willie Metcalfe, an ll-ye&r-oU

Fantville. .. 88 74 2 00 86 74 his;home and scattered it is his field. I I boy, who was arrested for opening ,
} ; k' I j I private mail boxes in the local
Dunnellon. 290 98 113 00 177 98 When it was being distributed the post-

Reddick ... 76 33 42 00 34 33 hands I office. A number of letters and several ;
picked up several pretty diamonds i ;
bank checks to the value ol FOR
Pine Level 173 32 3 00 172 323Ia'Ule i
... 44 91 1 00 43 91 which they: took to be pieces of 12,000 were found pn the boy. Tt ;

Weirsdale .. SS 44 73 30 15 14 glass."The farmer immediately began firm to whom the mail and cheek b4
J beta .addressed refused to eote AMERICAN! FIELD AND HOG FENCE
>ros ,
Citra ....... 71 11 66 60 4 51 a careful search of the field and soon i
Apply to I and the boy .van sent to the Baptist
Griner Farm 130 23 18 00 112 23 secured $8,000 worth of diamonds, I I Orphan asylum at Water Valley. His
Buck Pond.. 303 55 39 00 264 55 HEXRY I.OTZ- S3 INCH. S3: INCH.4T ;J
which has father is .
subsequently increased a motorman on tie local -L-r '
Sparr .... .. 4? 48 41 96 6 52 fl s 1- .
' $2,000 worth. As soon as the news at the Carlton Honse for one week. electric street railway.World's tsn. H r*.
Candler .... 39 04 22 00 17 04 t l .
spread, people from all st c. f Iz
Fellowship 37 96 26! 50 11 46 neighboring = t i i .
s >ae f r
Electra ..... 72 94 23 50 49 HBlltchton. sections came and joined in the i iI 1 ; a : at n
Fair Eates. -- : rn. s
... 46 04 31 50 14 54 search, and the field was so upturned I i I 5. .
Martel ..... 69 10 24 50 44 60 that his entire crop had to be replanted. I i motEt: : = :z : ;
Fort King... 146 09 2 00 144 09 ; <. -. :1 A>

Capulet .... 10 10 10 00 10 I From Jacksonville -.-. fr"U II IIJ
The conductor .1r .-,
says he has seen .
Linadale ... 29 13 21 00 8 13 -=-_-_---_:.Y -

Cotton Plant 25! 70 16 00 9 70 several of the diamonds and that they' y, Round Trig. On Round Trip. On i:tai!Iy1'N'; "Cattle Style
$ 0 65 sale daily Good a7 50 :c tin.5."': Slaarststs. .
a ----- are genuine. Nothing has been It $ sale daily. Good r61spert
Totals ....$3168 96 $1475 06 $1693 90 Dec.15. fifteen days.
heard from the actual owners. i Round Trip. On Roundtrip. Good I r.cle of large, trc:1;, hfch-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.

The treasurer's report for May was E I $33.90 sale daily. Good $ao 95 ten days. On Arnpiy provides: for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
approved as follows: Baptist Social. .
I sixty days. sale Tues and : : Nr
:asg. hoes wrong, no matter how great a strain is it
HaL from last report.$2675 95 The social given by the ladies of Thur in June. Good only coaches s I).;L-r. m: ruinilatc, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses put, on boflan.l

Recd from E. L. Carney taxes the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon i J pfj'SElVEIRY.

of 1903.... .. ...... ........ 1217 38 I S outliern Rail-way.
was a very pleasant event. The.
1903...... ...... ...... ... 193 00 affair was given at the home of Mrs.
Reed from A. C. Croom tax William Hocker on Ocklawaha ave- "Land Either of the through Sky" Atlanta rout*. and Chattanooga or Columbia and Asheville, by the! manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how

sales....... ... ... ... ... 245 28 nue and in spite of the very disa- Only line from Florida with sts own rails into St. Louis. Two trains ;: vui save: you money and fence your fields so they will stay fence

Reed from A. C. Croom 1 mill greeable weather daily from Jacksonvile. Through sleeping cars.

apportionment.... ..... ... 2753 40 quite a large number STOP-OVERS GOING AND RETURNING, on World's Fair season Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Nark and Econoy Corn Shrdder
of ladies were present and the sixtyday and fifteen-day tickets, within limit, at principal mountain and I ,

summer resort points in the Carolinas and east Tennessee. No extra cost.
Total receipts... ..... ....$7085 01 time passed delightfully with music, An opportuniny to visit the greatest of World's Fairs and spend a vacation Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash Blinds Edo,

Disbursed during May....... 7048 39 social conversation and during the in the mountains, where side trips can be made through the Sapphire"coun ,
try, Lake Toiawoy the etc.
Highlands, .
afternoon light refreshments were Detailed and valuable information, folders, etc., cheerfully furnished H'ibbard
Balance.... T. .... ........$ 36 62 served. upon application. maps J. C. LUSK, i Maccluff Ocala Fla.

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frank Thomas
Young Suicides-Well E.BIGGS,
$ )/ Known on the Turf. .1. -

Young, a race track bookmaker, who (Office ta Gary-Apiew Block.)
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-- I lived at Sheepshead Bay, committed OCALA. FLORIDA

Besieged In Her Palatial Fatal Accident on the Missouri suicide today by shooting. O D. FULLER.
Young fired the fatal shot while riding la .= _
Home by Officers.I Pacific Railroad.A in a hansom at West Broadwayand DENTIST.

Franklin street, and died in a few Over Munroe it Charabh s Bant.Ocala. Fla.
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Young was 'one"' of the best known J

Millionaire Platt Claims that Hanna I Trains Were Behind Their Shedule race track bookmakers In the country AND SURGEON.
operating both in the east and in Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp. Moatezuma.OCALA. .
1 Elias
Octoroon, Secured from I and Were Trying to Make Up the FLA.
the California tracks. He was to
it Him by Blackmail, nearly $700,000 I It. Time When: They Came Together In have sailed for Europe this morningwith SPEX'=ER"

t. In Cash and Real Estate. Awful Crash. his wife on the Germanic. State EDWIN _

rooms were engaged and Ms. Young I ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,
New York, June 6.-A charge by Kansas City June C-By a head-on I was waiting at the pier when word of I OCALA 7-s-y FLORIDA a s I I I
police reserves has been
necessary Collision between two Missouri Pacific her husband's death reached her. A
to drive thousands of i J i.!: CHASE.
persons blocking
passenger trains near Mastm, 22 miles woman was in the cab with Young I J _
t Central park west in front of the south of this city, one person has when a policeman who had been called I DENTIST, r +'
home of Hanna Elias : ; \ m
the octoroon r14
been killed and: 19 have been injured, found the bookmaker bleeding froma OCALA FLA.
I who Is charged by John R. Platt, an most of the latter being passengers.The : wound in the breast. Theman'shead
aged millionaire manufacturer, wita L. SISTRCNK.
trains were No. 1, the Cotorado was in the woman's lap and,she CARLOS
I luring secured from him by black. Flyer, westbound, and No. 36, a Hoisington !- was screaming hysterically. She said ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
F mall nearly (700,000 in cash and real
I Ksn., accommodation: train, S'he was Mrs. Nan Patterson. She Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. S 821
I IItate.o eastbound. The dead: said that Young told hep he was goingto --

Mounted police headed the charge, August Clear Lake, S. D., Europe today with his wife anc \ %

Wealing a riJe on the blind baggage.The said:

injured: "I am going away for several !

! C. A. Slccura, engineer, of Flyer months. You may not see me again ''EHRY5Deserve

I leg broken.E. for some time. Then again you mayas >
II W. Whaloy, fireman on Flyer, I am undecided."

I head cut; badly bruised. Then, she said, he drew a revolver

II M'r B. W. ,Ford. porter, head bruised. from his pocket and shot-hmselt.! .
I E. Conklin fireman on train No. The cab drlver and MTS. 'Pattersonwere your confi- '
dence.They have never .
II E6, knee .
I mashed. taken t Mrs. John G. Robinson Baltimore the woman was treated by a physician .
k 1004 Seed Annual .-tcIa
right leg wrenched. ; she being in a state of collapse. ?' free /qj I
i \ postpaid
James Furnices conductor on traIn birth. ,
I I was an Englishman by ,1'' 0. M.FERRY & CO.t' .
!4 No. 3G, badly bruised.D. He was brought to this country in Detroit,Mich. --

A. Elweil of Ossawatomie, Kan., 1890 by the old Manhattan Club as a
We prepay freight i or express charge ou the following;
engineer on train No. 36, condition representative amateur athlete of Eng

1I serious; probably injured internally. land. Young several years ago purchased Spring Dale, Bitltiiuore Ry, 15 year old, 4 full qt#. g( .OO. IS fill

r M. J. Blasdale, Kansas City, leg : race horses, among them being Watch the Kidneys qtK 81 .OO.

I cut; badly bruised. Eonic, who won the Suburban Family Cabinet, varyl ud KK, 12 year old, 4 fUll <{'u. 93.00.! full
\V. J. Forn&> Ossawatomie, Kan., handicap, one of the stake races of qts. 812.00.nrlltu1 .
severely cut. California. Mrs. Young then a
I II L. G. Slick, Kansas City, leg sprained. bride, trained the horse and nearly: ''IN DANGER ,. Maryland Rye, 10 yearold, 4 full qt A. $f.OO. 12 full qt.. II.OO..

I $50,000 was won by them on the race. A WORD -OF WARNING XXXX tUIII1ih..l"] Rye, 7 year olJ, 4 full qua $3.20.:: full qt*. (' .0t).

Henry Casselbuna, New York, nose Young brought a string of rate' horses .
I lrRS. HANNAH XLIA9. broken. Cuupou to Bur l'it"mi'lnllurhl) free distribution with every purcha?. We
east with him when he came here Dr.- ABKBHBTHT, the great English- -- guarantee stisfseti.>u or refund your money. Built by lo01t.mcv or elpfe.t
and they were compelled to use extreme Data Lucas, mail clerk on Flyer, about a month The most notedof
ago. physician and nu-geon well known to all money ord*r. Good pbiptoed promptly: land in plalu t oxr'.
measures in order to drive body bruised. ? them are Cunard and Water Cure.
off the crowd which was composed Frank Lunk, Kansas City* shoulder The dead man was known on the physicians, sounded words of waralng to Co. 413 West Bay at.
the medical profession and to all mankind 'Maryland Whisky Jacksonville FU. .
piargery oi negroes, friendly to the wroIlan. bruised.Ira race track as "Caesar" Young, but his ,
when he uttered the words: "Watch the
Palmer, Los Angeles, head ':ut; correct name was Frank Thomas
kidneys when they ors effected lift itin
body bruised. ;
Mrs. Elias has been besieged in her Young.
Louis Palmer, Kansas City, head danger."
splendid residence by deputies seek- "
It Is the duty of these to keep i i4g1 ...
ing to serve a warrant since suit was cut.W. BOLD ABDUCTION. REFLECT[ A I OMH.
begun by Platt. As it is a civil case, J. McAlifee, Pueblo, Col., head oar blood strained of poisonous Impurities
the officers are not empowered to bruised knee hurt. Sensational Affair In Fashionable District that are capable of causing the most fatal

break in the door, so they have awaited : William Nichols, Ft. Douglas, Utah, of Chicago. forms of disease. When they do not per. ., 4,1 Have you decided on the kind o

about patiently expecting the woman right side hurt. Chicago, June 6.-Two shots followed form their work properly,then trouble ia t /' fertilizer are going to use? It's
to attempt an escape. Mrs. Mary Kittler. Portland, Ore. by a woman's screams have some form Is sure t*follow sooner or later you
Meanwhile scores of private detectives knee bruised. caused excitement at Sheridan road and if neglected, death will follow. ,l I t not a question of how much but

employed by numerous persons Miss Posten, Boston, left knee se and Greenwood street, in the fashion Some of the most important symptoms $ what kind wm! .In biU MUlt

interested in the case, have stationed verely bruised. able district of Evaoston. are, aching in the back or hips, swollen ;; can he obtained. You can't make a

themselves at the entrance of the res- Both trains were behind their schedule Edward' Waldron, a watchman, was ankles, puffiness under the eyes, dry or ,, a mistake when you use our high grade
idence. The crowd became so dense and were trying to make up the passing the Arthur Orr residence when furred tongue, unnatural appetite and 6 fertilizers.

thai the Central park west was crowded time. No. 36 had orders to take a he heard the reports. A block away great thirst,weakness and loss of weight

for a block in both directions. siding at Mastin, but had not reacht he saw two men struggling with a woman sediment or cloudiness the urine, dry. Highest cash price paid for dry bones

From the sullen attitude of the negroes that station, and was met on a culvert who was screaming. Before he races of the skin or strong perspiration, J
It is surmised that they or at a mile beyond Mastin: by the could reach: them the men thrust th* disorden of the stomach and liver.

lSt some of the leaders, had an idea Flyer. Both engines were demolish. woman into a closed carriage whkf All the above symptoms do cot appear FLORIDA FERTILIZER MF'G.OMPANT.

of protecting Mrs. Elias, should she ed.The was driven rapidly toward Chicago. In any one case, and all kidney disorders : Gainesville, Fla.
endeavor to leave the house. day coach on the aocommoda- Patrolman Hays also had heard thestints
will not present the same symptoms.
When the police reserves were called tion train was telescoped as was the and summoned the patrol wag of -
?/ There Is nothing that BO quickly and 1 _
the negroes became extremely sullen mail car on the flyer. All' the cars on. The carriage was followed some
I surely makes the kidneys right as FOLXT'SETDKET
and were driven away with much of both trains were thrown from the distance in Sheridan road but finally
difficulty, jeering and insulting the track and the track and road bed; was escaped from the pursuers. CUBE. It h a preparation of the WE WANT -
wrecked. best known remedies used by the world's ..*.AEvery....*.......
white men as they went No one The Chicago police then were noti
was injured. A relief train was sent from Kansas fied and an effort made: to interceptthe most celebrated kidney specialists. It U Grower in the State

City with a dozen physicians.Some carriage at Rogers Park, but the endorsed by physicians and used by thoatands. -

LOST LIFE FOR FREEDOM. of the injured were made driver eluded the watchers. It has saved many lives,and whileit To Have Our Books:

comfortable at Mastin aad: others were I According to Watchman Waldron, cannot cure hopeless cases, It will pre.

Desperate Effort of Sailor on Battle- brought to Kansas City. I the men and woman were well dressed vent fatal kidney troubles and give relief '..'I OIUD.\ VEGETABLES" Complete manual oo Florid wj,
Book of Hpccial interest to Orange Grower*.
-- In the last of disease.Drugstore hFLOIun.On'XGF. -
ship to Escape. and the latter: was young. even stages kidney
STimVBERRIESM-Booklrt un ,
New York, June 6.-By the finding Many persons In Evanston were II Pnstoffl+'" FLORIDA "
of his dead body, it has developed that One Engineer Was Roasted to Death aroused by the woman's cries, but no : lion, and
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POTATOES""oklrt on Soil, Seed, Plantiug and Cultivating,
Elmer S. Lewis, of Cleveland, 0., a I Under His Engine. clew to her identity was found. IRISH Etlect of FVrtilizr.Dicing alto \\w\ng.\\ ."

sailor on the battleship Kentucky, lying I Louisville, June 6.-An Evening It Will PIXEAPPLE FEUTILIZIXW-Of &fepHi l Inunwt to |plneapplourOWrrs.
at the New York navy yard, who I Post special from Harrod burg, Ky., Peace In Normal School. .

escaped from that vessel May 26, and says: Athens, Ga., June C.-Peace reigns FIRFLI'ERStrtk showinjs all our illfffivui hranJ,
"I1)) \I
Jumped overboard, had lost his life A freight train collided with a over the. Georgia Normal school at You
i '
In the attempt to get away. work train on the Southern railway Athens. The troubles that have existed Pay New a rlJIlSe'dEditioBi of above, just published, seat FREE fir t"e aikl f

The man had been Imprisoned under near here today, killing two men and were settled .yesterday by the
orders from Washington, which injuring six. members: of the state normal commission You have any Real Estateto

said that he was wanted in Manila: one The dead: and, it is prsumed: settled for !IF sell, WILSON & TOQfAEH FERTILIZER COMPLY

civil charge, but of what offense was John Scanlan, engineer of freight all time. The members of the facul- OCAIA NEED STORE ,'(;} XTS, cU .\J..', }'I.\.
accused was not stated. train. ty have been re-elected and put on ORYou're

rDuring the night of Lewis' escape Sam William., of work train crew. notice that there must be no further
p ft shore boat with three men was seen The injured: differences,' and a prudential committee I IFIF thinking of comingto AI

banging about near the battleship.< The Clarence Steele, section boss. consisting of Chancellor Hill and Florida for a home,).-.....
men rowed around for an hour and James Welsh, fireman. State School Commissioner Merrilt, JAS.M.GRAHAM, President GEO.W.HYDE, Vie I'rve

were finally ordered away by the Isaac Hoffman, work train crew. has been appointed with full power to OR :jI

ihip's officers.It Andrew Elliott, negro. act should action on its part become
You desire to invest in any The First National BankOF
is thought the men wee friends William Todd, negro. necessary. -I kind of Florida property, I
o( the prisoner and were expecting to Robert Lusa, negro.
pie* him up. Scanlon was roasted to death under Austrian Princess Dead.
"U. short time after they had rowed his engine, and the work train was Gmunden! Austria, 3uae 6.-Princess GAINESVILLE.The

:rr'ay Lewis broke from the bridge, burned. Mary, of Baden, eldest daughter OR WRITEOCALA. .
and running on leek, leaped over- of the Duke of Cumberland, and Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Count,.

board. He was not seen again. National Guard Effective. wife of Prince Maximilian of Baden, Capital. . . .. . . .. . .... .. .. .. ,10,00000)( > !
Montgomery, Ala., June 6.-Captain died here today. She was born In J. H.lIVINGn N &SONS H Surplus and Undivided Profits. .. .. .. . .. X'"),OO(' 00

'EXPLOSI N"OF'ATURALGAS.. 'A. S. Morgan the ,Alabama United States national army guard, reports 1870. Does exclusively a banking LiMnn, with facilitlesulual to'any tank to the
stat*. i ilico the a<-.->unis of Farmer, Merchant, Gorpofatloui,
Four ,People Fatally Injured; Eight inspection. The first infantry, while TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.The FLORIDA. ENInterest allowed l h\special arransemmt. All business

others Seriously Hurt. not adequately equipped, is in shape I -- -- trap+rctrd promptlv.
Fairmount, W. Va., June 6.-Four tar ordinary domestic duty with full international women's suffrage 0.1.: H. E. TAYLURCaabWI

people were fatally: hurt and eight ,complement of men. The Third infantry conference began in Berlin yesterday.Miss i .

others seriously injured today m an could muster about half the Susan B. Anthony was elected 1It !I a i M. .
explosion of natural,gas, which wreck.I I number allowed. General esprit du presidentIt -- --
ed a large boarding house here. corps of men is good with the privates ;
is now believed that Perdicaris,
Immediately fOlowing the explosion anxious to leara and ready to obey -ii- : $;; "
the American held by the Moroccan I
and the occupants who orders. Most officers are efficient
are broke out, ,5i
bandit, Ra.iguliill be released In a Bros
were buried in the ruins were rescued but some are woefully lacking iu short UmboJosephus > McMillan
with difficulty. Those who were knowledge of their duty. Artillery A9L2
t fatally hurt ate: armament is poor and a change is Daniels, editor of The Raleigh $ ; :;
News and Observer, is set free t 5J1.. : .z 1
of the
Mrs. W. Dent and two daughters, needed. There is no question ?
of the charge of contempt by order of M' ,." If' ...4,1'
Mrs. E. M. Wraafey. entire reliability of the guard in all -:.-:.'._. .. t2 -.... !' Southern Copper Works
Judge Pritchard. ..
, :
was caused by a nat- domestic emergencies. -
W'21 Abe-explosion i leak.STRUCK. ."----.a-- Houston, Tex., street cars are again 1 I"t'L "0:...;:;: ...,,;;_.,\!;. of Turpentine Stills
LOST LEG IN MIDAIR. i.. Manufacturers
being operated, although severe fightIng t}tf" s .rt
I r BY FAST TRAIN. -- I has occurred between strike breakers $ ok j' '0\'rij'..: : 4
r. Strange Accident.Befalls Workman In and strike sympathizers. l .}t.<.:.'..,/Goi.jw ,J.IIfr '. / and General Metal Workers.
Killed at Memphis New York City.
Boys Instantly
Two refuseto
Mississippi Democrats may '
( o' Tenn. New York. June 4.-While 'at work indorse Governor Vardaman's administration .r
Memphis, June 4.-Frank Holmes, tn a 20-story building in Lower Broad- on account of his veto I tEXPR Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching;

aged 18 years, and Daniel Deaderick, way John Sullivan, a laborer, has fall- bf the Holly Springs noraml school [i S fa PRP.NIJ[/MU through the country a specialty. (Orders> by mail tv

Jr. aged 9 years, were instantly kill- en five stories and lost one of his legsIn bill. 1 t4yr wire will receive prompt attention at either of th*

ed by the Chattanooga fast mail train midair., Charles S. Deneen, of Chicago, was works! -
A yn the Southern railroad at Cooper As he ,dropped down an open shaft nominated yesterday afternoon for CHiS. E. BLUM COMPANY following
avenue crossing near the city limits struck iron wlti SAVANNAH OAf
r Sullivan an girder ] II.
governor by the Illinois Republicanstate FAYETT tflLLE, C. ,
today. great force, It cut off one ot his limbs thei 317 and 519 \\ ; Bay ;Via.I t
convention thus breaking I
The boys wpreMrinng ,a wagon like' knifea SulLi"an, :. .' I MOBILE ALATHE
_, ii &" *ra ]1'I : a .0 deadlock. li JACKS. MLLE. FL A ,
cross the trnkS when Oe accident J probably!: will die. I I. jocksop"fte FlQ. J

f\ }occurred


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THE IaN AND HOUSMEET Answering Jeff Browne. Ci-nsistencjr, Where Art Thou? I 1 I ---r
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Editor Ocala Daily Manner.. Under the (caption "Broward supported !
From Tuesdays Daily. the STRNUSB & CO
Flagler bill the D Fu
J., S. Lewis, of Irvine, Pays a BMiitl- ?
Jeff Browne's letter against Bob niak Springs Herald say, editorhlk : l
ful Tribute to Davis ,
Davis'election for governor: has the "Very many people voted against
From Tuesday's Dally. Fred T. :Myers: when he was a cm II
suspicion of being more in his own r..1'I
dilate for congress for no other '
Now that the important race for interest as a member of the railroad WHOLESALE
sou than that he voted for the Flajrlt-r :!I -
governor of Florida is narrowed down commission than in the interest of divorce bill. Now it i*' a fact that I j II I
to Congressman Davis and his one opponent the people. The railroad companies Napolfai, Browarrt not only voted R'i

the people should considerthe would be fools at this stage of the for the measure, but lie was one lIt

respective merits and capabilitiesof impending primary to openly, or for Flngltr's chief lieutenants, and to his Dealers.
efforts was largely due its passage. Whiskey
the two contestants, and ask them- that matter, to secretly boast of own- Has time softened the wrong if it l 1It'1

selves what are the necessary and ing the next legislature and Mr. Davis one, if not, those who 'held up their J

requisite qualifications for that exalted as governor, and by those agen- hand iu holy horror when asked :'tan'-I

position. It seems to me that a cies the railroad commission statute vote for Myers two years ago cannot OCALA, FLORIDA. -
consistently vote for Mr. Browarrt
man who aspires to the distinguished will be repealed. This is charged by now." kkiI

position of governor of our state )Ir.' Browne against Mr. Davis. Its Every word in the above quoted t

should be selected, for his intellectual untruthfulness is quite apparent. Mr. ; paragraph is true, aud yet the verj
# attainments, his patriotism, his conservatism I Browne says he does not want the 1 people who, two years ago, held up

his statesmanship, his. railroad commission abolished. Of their hands in holy horror and pro.
claimed that they could not support Sell the Best LiquorsFor
good common sense and his capacityfor course not. That would abolish Mr.Browne's .
Air. F. T. Myers because he supported
business. Mr. Davis' successful fat Mr. Browne'sletter
salary. the Flagler divorce bill
in the state
career at the bar fully justifies him is evidently in his own interest, senate are the very people who are the Least Money.

in the first requisite; his old Con- and therefore he is a poor adviser for now enthusiastically supporting Mr.

federate record answers for the the people. The letter unfairly presents Broward a man who took a decided ,f
more conspicuous in the
second; his honorable course in Con- the issue between Mr. Davis passage
e of the divorce hill than :Mr.: Myersdid.
gress for eight years has furnished and his antagonist as to the disposi- .

ample evidence of his qualificationsin tion of the state lands in the coming Comment is unnecessary. The mere t Remember Our Motto: BA i

the third and fourth requisites; four years. Without stating any rea- statement of the facts in the case is "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING." :ISM i qt I IIp
sufficient coudemu
and his unfailing and meritorious son of Mr. Davis (as :Mr. Brown says) to them AS insincere
and drive from the Broward Ip t
struggle through the record of a believing that the railroad companieswere I y, +we o3Mlrre /
ranks all men who have been honest
laborious life have fulfilled all the attainments entitled to the -lands, Mr. ly opposed to the Flakier bill, and 1

t that are necessary to makea Browne draws the inference that who love principle and consistency

a good, safe and efficient executive.Can Mr. Davis is wrong and his antagonist : in politics as much as they do in the
affairs of life. Tallahasseean. We especially call your attention to the
the same be said of his rival for right in wanting them sold to the every day following
the office? I think not; for his princi- people as homes. The settlement of
pal claim to distinction seems to rest eo great a matter cannot be accom- '
a horticultural experiments, I I thousands Hare Kidney Trouble Strauss' 76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts,'Ji 6.Strauss' ,
on a few plished alone by Mr. Davis or his
and Don't Know-it
and a record of several fleeting tripsat antagonist no matter which one is
How To Find Out. Royal Reserve, four full quarts $3.50twelve
block-ade-running to Cuba on his elected. Mr. Browne knows this and li ;
Fill a bottle or common glass with your l full quarts, $io.Strauss' .
fancy little steamers. The other wilfully makes bad inferences against: water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a

qualifications for governor do not Mr. Davis. Mr. Browne's advice to I J 'sediment or settling -
indicates anW I X L Baltimore Rye four bottles
seem to enter into his limited sphere, defeat Mr. Davis would not be relia- i unhealthy condi- $2.90;
Q tion of the kid- twelve bottles, $8.50.
and we have a man soliciting the ble even if his premises were true, : neys; if it stains

highest office in the gift of the peopleon because a good salary is worth more I your linen it is
evidence of kid- Fern Hill Rye, four quarts $5.50 twelve
quarts $15.
the sole issue of some private to Mr. Browne than a good governor.It i ney trouble: too ,

enterprises that have been of no is a singular fact that the fight frequent desire to

benefit to anyone but himself or his made against Mr. Davis is based upon the pass back it or is pain also in ----3 P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or'Express on these Goods.All .

partners in such ventures. However apprehension of what he will do without convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out cf order. goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same day
commendable his private life may be, charging him with anything: What to Do. as the order is received. I .

we find him, by his own showing, There is comfort in the knowledge so
wrongfully done. Surely a man'sgood often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Agents for plBST MILWAUKEE BEER. -
and to fill the
incapitated past ought not to be ignored in Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every ) : '
exalted office he aspires to, and the wish In curing rheumatism, pain in the '
considering him as to future action. Respectfully
back kidneys, liver bladder and every part
people of Florida have too much pride For my part I shall vote for :Mr.: I cf the urinary passage. It corrects inability tou
the and responsibility to hold water and scalding paia in pass'ig Sleauss,. '
and respect for dignity r\
Davis. He has a noble, generous it, bad effects STRAUSS &
following use of liquor CO. JJ}
of office to confer that and gentle heart; an orator withouta wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant titeeu ;j--
honor upon him. necessity of being compelled to go often
supeaior in the state and is a tried
I during the day and to get up many times
On the otherhand, we turn to a man of great affairs. The slanders' during the night. The mild! and the extra OCALA, FLORIDA.

man fully qualified by education, by I ordina'l.effect of Swamp.Root is soon
and libels of the dirty campaign made the highest for its won-

an experience of years in a high offi- against him have brought him closerto derful cures of the most distressing cases.If '. -- -,- -, .
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need .
atten- you a medicine you should have the - --- "-- -- - ---- - J
position, by an unflagging rar
the people. Yours t truly, best. Sold by,druggists in SOc.and ll. sfces.
tion to the interests of the people of JNO,,O.1 REARDON.- You may have a sample bottle of this

Florida, and a man of genial, social wonderful discovery ',/' "
Cures Old Sores; and a book that tells. A Hard Man To Beat.r
and democratic instincts and honestyof more about it,both sent .
Westmorland, Kans May 5, 1902.Rnilard's .
that carries conviction to absolutely free by mail,
purpose Snow Liniment Co.: Your Address Dr. Kilmer & Home 9t sw63oyaoor.
all who know him. The only charge I II I Snow Liuimeu r-ured an old sore on Co., Binghamton N.Y. When writing men-

the enemies of Mr. Davies bring. the side of my chin that was supposedto ion reading this generous offer in this paper.: '
against him is that he was attorney and be would ctncer.not The yield sore to treatment was stubborn, until McIVER- and MACKA :::; ir1atg

for the railroads, and when he and
I tried Snow Liniment, which did
his friends tell you that as soon as he :
the work iu short order. My sister,
presented himself as a candidate for Mrs* Sophir: J. Carson, Allensville, g

office he resigned all connection with Miffin Co., Pa, has a sore land mist-

them, and has never affiliated himself rusts that that it i U caucer.. Please i % I I
sendhera50c bottle. Sold by AntiMonopoly FUNERALDIRECTORS. f..
with them from that time, could any
Drug Slorp. m
action be more fair and honorable to 4\4m4

himself and the people he likes to Dr. Eaton Lindner Graduates ;

serve? Instead of being a reproachto The grad lIatlng exercises of the -1- Zic4 c

him, it should have been a compli- Miami Medical College of Cincinnati, Have a full stock of Coffins)! Caskets

ment to have been selected to repre- Ohio, hell their graduating exercises and Burial Outfits. Special given to
sent the great railroad interests of iu the auditorum of the college Wednesday rial fofnjC-t \r.

the state. It was a tribute to his en- afternoon June first at two- Embalming to Order

ergy, his honesty and his legal attain- thirty o'clock. -
ments that made them seek his ser- Eaton Gt-orge Lindner, of Anthony,

vices. I am an old Confederate,and I I who is well known iu this city, was a Vermifuge

should like to pass my declining years member of the graduating class and

under the pleasing conviction that we received his degree in medicine at
had an honest, capable and entepris- that time. 4 / .i 3.i

ing man at the head of our government Dr. Lindner will be at home in a WORM

-a man of whom, in comparisonwith short while to visit his parents. .

other great governors of our Wherever he decides to locate and
great commonwealth, we would not practice his proftssiou his host of a f r

be ashamed; and feeling thus I call friends will wish him much success.

upon my old Confederate companionsto A Springfield school-teacher re- IWANC Of '.ITAT'O... The njan who ,buys
to rally around the standard of R. W. TMI ENUINt PREPARED OMIT ITBallardSnow of
seived the following note from the Liniment Co.
and save the state from the 3
mother of one of her pupils: "Dear AT. LOUIS. MO.
disgrace of an incompetent official. MARION 3i
Mis. You writ me about whipping HRDWAREtCOMPANY i
With Taliaferro for senator and Davis ,.r i
Baiuiny. I hereby give you permis
for governor, the state of Florida
sion to beet him up eny time it is
will be doubly honored, at least suchis
to learn him AGENTS FOR -
necessary lessons. Be is rRYE711E.
the opinion of an old Confederate.J. .

S. LEWIS, in Times-Union. juste like his father-you have to i'F A VORITE" STOVES AND
learn him with a cluh. Pound RANGES
Irvine, Fla.,__ -
Have You A CougM nolege into him. I wants him to getit A. I K- H(1WKES, Optician, CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

A dose of Ballard'a Horehound and don't pay no atenshlon to Establish 1870.

Syrup will relieve it, Have you a cold. what his father says. I'll handle Commencing over thirty years ago in
A dose of Herbine at bed time and fr him."-St. Louis PostDispatch.Mr. the smallest way the firm has stead ELLWOOD FENCING

quent small doses of Horehound iyt and rapidly grown, until now
the will Edward Killer returned HAWKES' SPECTACLES-
Syrup during day remove it. Monday

L Try it fo. weooping cough,_for asthmafor night from a visit to Asheville, Wash- leputation EYEGLASSES, and are bate used a in national every A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried

consumption,fyr bronchitis. Mrs. ington and Cumberland, having been town and city,througnout the south. in a
TOQ McGrath,327 E. lststaeetHutch.! These famous glasses are used by the
absent from the city over two First Class Hardware
inson, ;Kans., writes"I have usedMallard's beet class of people in all communities. Store. .
Mr. Hiller delayed his return homeon They are bold only by merchantsof .
Horehound Syrup in
my recognized reliability, of whom
family for 5 oears, and fiend it the best account of the serious illness of there are now over 11,000 handling SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING

and most palftable medicine I ever his daughter, Miss Hazel Hiller whois these goods; and when it is remembered SUPPLIES ,
Sold Anti- that there is only ore agent in
used. 25c 50c $1.00 by
in Cumberland. We
are glad to town, the wonderful demand for them

Monopoby Drug Store. m know that she is greatly improvedand can be somewhat sale appreciated.For by MARION HARDWARE CCOMPANY '

No man has a right to outlive his with Mrs. Killer will return ,
usefulness. home in a few days. Never Peddled.



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was to have been given at Martel on !} is her by given that the following described lands will t

: PORT ARTHUR ATTACK ON PART OF SOLDIERS the 9th of June has been postponeduntil be sold at public auction on Monday, the Ii

the 18th. Everybody is very
Fourth of 1904
Day July, ,
cordially invited to be present at that
at Ocala, in the county of Marion, or so much thereof as will be

Reported Russian Stronghold Is Killing of War CorrespondentEtsel Peace Now Prevails Throughoutthe time _ _ necessary to pay the amount due the city of Ocala for taxes

Assailed by Land and Sea. by Chinese.IS Gold Field. For sick headache take Chamber- herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale

lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets anda and advertising.-
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drug -'s. ru I "'I'I I

Army of Mikado Again Actively Assaults Junk In which Were 'sel and a Companion ute Sensational 1 Affair Between Of. ''tlln

the Russian "Gibraltar of the Was Unchallenged by the ficers and Union Miners at Victor NOTICEA. I .. .;is.e I' (*

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East but With What Results Is Soldiers-Consul General Miller Will and Independence-Bloodhounds Put -
E. Delouest administrator with will annexed Otto Grotbe............. .. .i all fractional........._.____ 4 0 S 'ft ,
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Not Stattd. Make a Report. on Trail. ot Ed. Delouest gives notice that on the R McConathy ? : fractional. 1 50S )6 IS
J A Pittman _.._..._.!en ._-__._ u 0 hA.KOS 1471H
nth day of September, iy>f. Otto Gr the .._.__._.... all ..._... ......_.._...._ _.._ 16
Che Foo, June 7.4 p. m.-Preceding New Chwang, June 8.-7 a. m.-The Cripple Creek Col., June 8.-After he will present his, accounts and vouchers to the MrsD E _'_...J.sKolsM........._. ...._...__....... IliOS JIj
, funeral of Louis } tsel correspondentof county judge for final settlement and ask for a Unknown .. _._. ..72it nand s by 56 ft e and w in nw '
a sea attack oa Port Arthur last a night of terror, comparative peace discharge. This 9th day of March. 1904. corner .._......___ .. I 270 s 7)J
night the Japanese apparently made an The London Daily Telegraph, will prevails today throughout the golc A E DELOUEST.: "Elmira Williams..__.';72 ft nand s by 56 ft e and w In nw I
311 em 6m Administrator Etc. i corner ?..._..... ....... -.-- 2270 s 44'
advance on that stronghold by land.A take place here this afternoon. He camp, but conditions are still unsettled J W Alexander _-_._I al ... _..........__..... 33, 0S2JSO 9 tit
was killed 10 milts out at sea by some and nobody believes that the Carmichael & Son Co !rH____________ S If 4J5
Chinese junk which left a point [ ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Mrs E S Xix...-...-.-' -....--- .. _.._ .._____ 330 S inII
3 miles south of Port Dalny early Chinese soldiers who were searchingfor trouble is yet ended. Westerly Savings Bank 7c ft a and s by 66 ft e and w in sw I f

pirates. Thirteen deaths have resulted from corner..._ _......_ :40 OS4oO L4
Monday morning. has arrived here. She IS HEREBY GIVES THAT I WILL Mrs L 0 Williams_?_,n&._.. .._ .. ._____ i S I' ,)It
reports having heard firing north ot Immediately after realizing the mis- the dynamite outrage at Independence NOTICE I2th. 1904. present to Hon. Heirs of Rachel S Perrin all_...__ ___...._.__ 251:O S oZCChambliss..a1I. 7.
_._ ...._ ......_._ ... OS
take had these Robert Bullock county judge in and for Marion 351 931r .
Port Arthur from 7 o'clock Monday they made men put several of the injured are in a county Florida. my accounts and vouchers for. L ..._,. ......_; _. -._____ 4 5i OS 49'
- morning until 2 o'clock that afternoon out to sea and have not been seen critical condition and two men were final settlement as administrator of the estateof I B Borland........._ ''com: 23 ft s of nw cor .. .___ 640 S
E. M. Henderson. deceased. and will ask fora : S2Siteii2Itn2SftwLi2tt, I 14$
by which time she passed out of hear. since. killed and eight wounded in the subsequent final discharge as such administrator. Dated J B Borland _.___... ,;com 8.J fta ofnw cor . _u.... 64 0 S
, United States Consul Miller held an rioting in Victor. this March n, 1904. i i sag Item ft n 23 ft w 112 tL.__ I ) 4$
ing distance. W. T. HENDERSON. Admr. W B Goodwin ........ _......''all __.. _'_ ...___... 2&I, Jo l)
It would appear that the Japanese inquest at Shwantaitze yesterday aS Following is a list of the dead: 16m Estate F.. )I.Henderson Deceased. WWFelter _.__. ..._._ lot 4 and IH ____...___ 1690' S II 16
I which the Chinese General Lu acknowledged List of Dead. W W Clyatt .. .._._''all ... .__..._. _....._...._ 1.7JO 49'
planned a land and sea attack on Port ... Mrs R B Sternberger _. com 26ft eot secor __..__.. ;790 S
Arthur yesterday. The Russians on that Etsel was killed by Roxey McKee. 1 w 76 ft n 112 ft 076 its U2 ft._ ._ I 7 ..,
his soldiers. Ernest of the NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE Land Mortgage Bank .Isn-......._ .. ._......_ _..._. 3 19 N S Ii IITIIDicltersonIots4and7
seeing this. sent their fleet out to give Brindle I Dan Davis.Wounded .. ._... |24NSS 5 1
The result is not known. London Daily Mail who was along I : J. A. Reed Joe Findley, Z C Chambhss ...___ s14 ..._ ___.___.__. .._ a JS.N s s J I.
- battle. N THE 4TH DAY OF AUGUST. THE C C Hicks ...--.-,......_..J79 ft e and w by 52 ft n and s in se I
The above dispatch would seem to with Etsel when he was shot. testified -I Fire Chief Murphy, Peter Chrisman O undersigned will present her accounts 1904. and corner..._ __..._ ..._.- 426iSS 4)1
-. that their junk was unchallengedby Fred Sturebaugh, Peter Calderwood. vouchers with Hon. R. Bull<.d:. county judge Sarah A Gowens.....-. .. jnH except 72 ft e and w by 40 It n ands I I
confirm the dispatch previously received and ask for a final settlement and discharge as in corner .. ............ .. IlS.i S S ill
at Che Foo today from Teng the soldiers and was fired upon in Arthur Parker James McKelvie. administratrix of the estat- of Julia P. Johnson G E Gatt s...__-_._ ......32 ft n and s by 56 ft e and w in sw I I

spite of the fact that the two foreigners deceased,this 4th day of February. 1904. 'comcr...._._......__... 42SNSS 4J'
Chow. The correspondent said there Vigilance Committee Organized. FRANCES A. HOWSE. Mrs R B Sternberger e>2 ... ...................___.......__ IJ4NSS2I4.XS 9 34
Arthur last night were plainly visible at a distance A thoroughly organized vigilance tern 6m Administratrix. Unknown ____._........n14.-.. _............._.___ N a J4
_was firing at Port a 5 Unknown ...___...._:s .... _..... 2I4'NS' NJUNSN III'
beginning at 11:30 and continuing for of less than 100 yards. At least committee has taken charge of the Unknown ?.._??_? -iDn .. .....-..... ...__....___.. 9)11
150 shots were fired at the correspondents' government of Teller county and large tera: !h how : Mrs Anna Parham..._.s3- .............__....._...._......._ 314i S N s k
several hours. The above Che Foo leg: ol::: no telling rauc Stephen Smith _?..?..._... all ...-....?..______.. I 15 N t>N 7M
dispatch also confirms the report that junk. which did not reply. squads of armed men are patrollingthe longer they will Le kept in confine S P Brockington__.._.. com at nw corner .._ F: jDunn'ft Central
Consul General Miller will forwardhis district These ostensi- I I SIosfteU9ftnlosftwu9ft ......, I rttet
was brought here by a Chinese junkcf men are ment. Miss Julia Y Wells............:com at s>e corners ..=--_, ......_ IIi Duna's Central
heavy firing all day yesterday 1& report to United Slates Minister "bly acting under orders of Edward At midnight a special train of fiv. : 19811 w 253 ft n 198 ft e 2j3 ft._.. .. 553
Unknown _...._
the vicinity of Port Arthur. Conger at Pekln showing gross care- Bell the new sheriff who is a large coaches pulled in on the Florence and .47ltflandsbyStfteandwon; sid ._..._..._. __._.. ..-n 1 Dunn'*Central 6..

lessness upon the part of the soldiersto property owner and an outspoken opponent Cripple Creek siding near the temporary Unknown, 10$ ft s ot nw cor.. .-....-._ _. Allreds.

Cossacks Are Routed. say the least. While Brindle is of the miners' union. bull pen and the suppressed ex Unknown ..._......__?|coin sfteio5ftn35ftwio51t 140 ft sot nw cor_.___.... ........__ B j Allred 6&

uncommunicative regarding the plans Robertson resigned under i I sJj1tc2osftn3.ft w 205 ft............ i 254
Toklo June 7.-3 p. m.-A detach Sheriff citement was suddenly raised to fever W O Parker _.._ ...... .all ....._......_... ...__ i F'AUrediI' 3 'I
ment of the Japanese force which land which took himself and Etsel on the compulsion. He was forcibly takento heat. It was rumored and apparent. Mrs Ida Wranker ?.... ... nw3{ __._.. .. .. .._. .. ... ... I AllredsIJiAllred 11
sea voyage, It is learned that they the of the Mine Own Peter Ingram .__"'_'IS ofsw5-{ _._...__.__...... I "
ed at Takushan surprised and routed headquarters ly with some foundation that 12 01 Vnknowu ?.._?.._.. ..;all in sec 7. ....._._.... _.._ ., 2.Allreds *4
at were attemping to reach Port Arthur. ers' association and his resignationwas 15 of the recognized leaders of thi Alice M Fa \'li8g__...._all __.....__..._._ _.__ 2 19'Allred 4 .*
a company of Cossacks on Sunday The Russian authorities all Unknown ._......_........'all __..._ ... ..... ...._ ._ 419'Al1reds' 4"
are doing demanded. At first he refused, union were to be turned over to Sheriff ........ ...
Kan Chla Tun on the Kin Chou road. _Unknown com 544 ft w of a point 150 ft s of f>e cor
7 miles northwest of Takushan. in their power to assist the American but when a coil of rope was thrownat Bell and that all other prisoners of sw} sec 8 tp 15 r 22, w 147 ft U147fte147fts147ft I
officials in the matter. I his feet he weakened and signed were to be deported. As soon as the R F Sample ..._ ........ all ......... _._.__--__--......_ 7 S&D!
: .
General Kondrativitch placed a. the resignation, which had been provided Mrs Flora Likowski..'- all -..._._._......._ t 1,S lit I) TM!
Togo Clears Channel. train backed onto the siding. SecretaryC. Mrs R S Pernn heirs ....Iswi! ..._.. ..... _....._.__ u, !S & D l :33
June 7.-1:30 m.-Admiral steam launch with 25 soldiers under for him.. The first act of Sheriff C. Hamlin, of the Mine Owners' R F Sample .....___. lots 35 and 35 ...._..____1 : I 1S&D 4 .*
Tokio p. orders of Conusul General Miller and Bell to take the star of Mrs F J Barber ? ....._\all __..... ... ... _._.___ 57! v I Mir
Togo has succeeded in clearing the was away association and Sheriff Bell Mayor Chas \\' Torrey ......__... com at ne cor _.__..._.._...._1 3 !Reaidons' Mid. 'town
otherwise rendered great aid in recovering -, Under Sheriff Burton. Then he appointed French and Captain Moore went intt I s 122 ft e 132 ft n 122 tt w 132 tt .....1 \ 6
channel leading into TalieiVan.. He the body of Etsel. Consul I Mrs F R Gary ...._....... lots 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 II ......_........_. jGarjr Gr ve'caldweC a4
began locating mines June 1 and since 25 deputies to which force conference at the military headquarters. Unknown ...._..... Ii21tflandSby7ofteandwiubw:

General Miller has replied to General !! large additions have since been appointed In about 30 minutes Hamlin corner ..*............._.,L..---... ...1! S 124
then he has found and exploded 41. '
Mrs I H Massey ''-.- com at nw cor-- ,,10lCaldweU
small steamer entered the Kondrativitch thanking him heartilyfor by City MarsEal! O'Connell, came out of his private room and telephoned s 165 tt eio6ftn6ill w 36 tt fl1041twoft ,
Yesterday his kindness on behalf of the Unit of Victor. ... ......__.._...__. ... j : I 04
harbor.. The work of locating other !I to the railroad officials thai GCSte\"enstru ......_.Jall ... .... ...__..._ ...._ .. :Caldwell II 1
and it is ed States government. i Officials Deposed. the train would not be needed at that Unknown .._, _____.ei4 ...... _.... .._.._....____I l 124'Caldwetl 19)f
mines is now continuing ex- I II II had visited the Unknown ?,....?........-. com at se cor ....._ .. .._._._. .... I '1} Caldwell
poted the waters win be speedily I I Meantime O'Connell time. When this information went I 349H It w 200 ft s 349)3) it e 200 ft .1 I *

I I Alexieff's Report of Casualties.St. I mine owners' headquarters in which out those who had been expecting Mary Mente..................,sw ._.._:_. ._....._.._.__...1 36CaMweilSo II I*
oleared of the mines. June I J II Dudley _...'- ft e and w by iz. ft nand in nw I
Petersburg. 9.-Emperor about 30 armed men had assembled trouble, gave a sigh of relief and many corner ... ............___------.4| 3CaldwtU 3'
Nicholas has received the following I and demanded that they surrender their went to their homes.COLORADO FCAIworth ........._.. all _..._...._.. ....._..._.._....... 14 2 Caldwell
Vladivostock. i I
Quiet at .
3enjaminssubofblks4oand4i. I J <<
i dispatch from Viceroy Alexieff : arms to him. He was forcibly ejected DuncauCampbell com 14 j tie of nw cor ...._._ .. __. 4CaIdweQsnSft
Vladivostock, June 8.-All is quiet .I "According to the report of Rear I and after being deposed from office w 142 ft 870 ft e&ttniSS j
w 213 it ..--.-. --i.i._ -....., : 'I 41
here. It can be stated that Port Arthur Admiral Wittsoeft, on the battle of by Mayor French was placed under Heirs of Ann Riley ...._I 87 2-3 ft n and s by 115 ft e and w in nw'

Is abundantly supplied with pro- Kin Chow, our right flank was strongly arrest. Many of the other regularly corner .... ... ....__ -' ,.46Caldwell46'caldweU I' "
Convention to Select Delegates to Na. Chas W Torrey ......._. w. except 87 2-3 ft n and s by 150 tt e'' :
visions and munitions of war. The supported by the gunboat Bobr and chosen police officers of the various tional Convention. and w in nw corner .... ---.. ..
buDc of supplies there sent from boats Mrs M A Miller heirs ni .......__ .p' ____ 14J Caldwell sa"
were the Burni and
torpedo Bold, towns in the district also have been Pueblo, June 8.-The state Democratic Mrs Fannie F Anthony_ n4...__._ .....___.._ 49'Ca>dwcll
here be-fore communication wa cut off. which afterward returned to Port Ar deposed and some of them locked up. B H Hodges...._.__.... lots I 12345789 Hodges sub .. .. :51 Caldwell 18
also convention to select ten delegates R F Sample ._........_. all..._ ___-.__ -_._ 11} D'Dunn's' II. r. I J5
Kerosene scarce among the thur. The sentiment of the mine owners to the national convention met A II Birdsey ...___... lots 4 5 ......-...._.._ ?...?...?...?..?t I I Capitol Hill
but the quantity on hand is "On the night of May 26 ten torpedo as voiced by C. C. Hamlin secretary I R McConathy.........._ .. all ..._._..._._.._...._,1 2 Capitol Hill
here today. In all probability the J W Pearson........ ........ com 95 chs e of ne cor -._?.-. J! '39 Caldwell
Adequate for the needs of the garri boats were sent out against the I of the association, is that all union I I'I delegation will be uninstructed but e3.39chss343chs v.> 3.39 chs n 3 48'' |

cbs ............... .. ... $
son. Trade with the interior is Im Japanese boats operating in Kin -- | 332
p miners must be driven out of the considerable Hearst sympathy was Ellen Williams 2 95 chs e of ne cor -.___..,....|!, I j 35 Caldwetl
proving. A train of ten cars laden Chow bay. One torpedo boat struck 'I camp. His declaration that the time manifest and a fight may develop, a e 2 69 chs s 3.8 cbs w 2.69 chs n 3 jS

with miscellaneous goods is dispatched the rocks and sank. Her chs.-- 9 *
crew was had come to "purge the district" started resolution conmending Mr. Hearst Mrs M E Dawson ......... lots Bullock's sub of ne see: 19 tp IS !
daily. The railway Is open. saved. I the rioting at the mass meeting in .....-...-- .-...--- .... ; ...
probably being adopted.The Unknown _......._......_ lots 137140144 ....____....- I i [;City J ft
Much excitement has been caused "The casualties among those serving Victor called to discuss the dynamite .I .. .. .. '
delegates agreed upon in cau- WB1 Fuller_ __. ... .ne5-{ _.. 83 Gary' 14)J
by the reported discovery of gold in the naval guns were one sUb-ueu.1 outrage at Independence. Morris Solomon ._...._com: at ne cor. -.___.... \ I t; 'EG Smiths
former (
caus are Governor Charles S wi5lts63Hfteiooft soft ejilt.
the vicinity of the mouth of the Amur tenant missing and six sailors wound. "It's up to you to drive these scoundrels Thomas Charles J. Hughes, Jr., Senator I n I03H ft.,..__,_..__... I I 41
river. Several hundred prospectors ed." Celia Jones..._.............55 ft n and s by i63 ft e and w in se '
out, Hamlin had declared H. M. Teller, H. E. Insley, state I corner...--.-_.- -_.... 3. KG Smiths IJ4
have already gone to the locality. whereupon Alf Miller, a union man, Archy Jacobs._..........(..AIL___......_.. ..___. 4 E G Smiths ,,
former Governor
Mall service from Liao the Under Senator Charles B. Ward Shooter CC......_._ .....COm ,oft K cf NW CorK ..__..__, K G Smith
Yang say Heavy Cannonading. who had been sworn in as deputy sheriff Alva Adams, Judge J. H. Voor-- 45 ft S ijSJj ft W 45 ft N 138}] ft .. 3't in

last ambulance train to arrive had onboard Toklo, June 8.-10::CO a. m.-Four raised his rifle and inquired: 'jfcorge JHThurston ......-._..E3...__......__....___! 5' E G Smith
hees. Judge William P. Seeds Unknown __...._ _Com wofnecorswy see: 18 tplS I
among other wounded, a Japanese Japanese gunboats which made a close "Whom are you referring toT' E. West: and J. H. Robeson or Judge I| r 22 W93K ft s 230 It e 93J ft n 130 it, \ 4n
prisoner, whom' General Kuro- reconnaisance of Port Arthur harbor I Miller's rifle was seized and tne Mrs: F H Massey..._......... com 659 ft w of ne corner sw}{ sec |8| : -
Theoron Stevens.A
tp 15 r 22 s 242 It w 150 ft n 242 ft e I
patkin took particular care to single at midnight June 6 for the purpose shooting began which resulted in'the resolution was adopted in caucus I 150 it.......... .... ....-._.-_"--.---I If M

out and compliment on the fighting of examining the entrance were exposed i of CN Hampton ...._......_.11... ........................... ...-_...... 34 MitcheU First
I killing Roxey McGee a nonunion strongly denouncing the outrage at Unknown _..........._iw ..____....._______. l, Mitchcl rtirf SI'M
qualities of his compatriots. The : to a severe cannonade. Gunboat. miner and the wounding of six other Creek Charles J. V B Collier._.___.__' 7 and It...._..._ .. ......_. Mitchell Kerited
told the Japanese he would No. 4 sustained Cripple yesterday. S J Green ....__...__...all .__ .. ...__ .... ....._. a: !$ J Greea 1a
general some damage. One persons, one of whom has since died. Hughes, Jr., of Denver will be temporary N W Hanson....... ?..........,lots 21 and 23.____.. ... ...... ()Weal ED d
personally insure the forwarding of of her sailors was killed and two Unknown ....._...........-.[lots 2 4 and 6..._ ...... -.- 8 West End i >>
others wounded. i Many Arrests Made. chairman of the convention J P Hisginbothafiu ...._..lots a 23.4 and io......_...__.. .. .I 9 West El III
a letter to his parents in Tokio. I and Milton A. Smith, of Denver, permanent J VHigginbcthams .... lots 9 and 11..-.._ __...... 9,West E4: I r9Wt.tIi4 T
A Russian soldier, who was badly 1 During the night many arrests were M Shade _.-................ lots 21 and 23 ..._..__ ... 99S37
made in Victor Goldfield and chairman. Unknown .. ......_....__. lots 2 4 and 6.._......._.__.._. IOj West tiRd
wounded at Turenchen has received SERVED WITH NEW WARRANT. I I Indepen- Wm James ..._._...__.lot 9'........-....-....---.. 100\\.t! Hud ,.
a medal for an exploit performed by 1 dence. The union stores In Victor an I Hedgman -...-....... .._ lets II and '3....._..-.._ --... !lo1nt P..d I
Harmonlus Convention. I J P Brockington ......__.. lot 23 .._____ .. ...._ loWest Pliad" I I
him during the fighting there. He Case of George W. Beavers, Former Goldfield were wrecked and the stocks Levi Alexander .........._ com 200 ft w of se corner w 5: ft n 23 Scott
Dover June 8.-IndicatIons
his which Postoffice scattered in the streets by a mob. Del. fte 91 ft s 119 It w 40 Us 119 ft_. 91 IS H
returned Official.
to uninjured gun pointed to a harmonious Democraticstate Unknown .... __.... all..._. ....._.. ............ ... .. 3 >J
could not be removed when the Russians New York June 9_ 1 i This was not countenanced by Sheriff E F Sevier._...._. .... .lots ii and 13 .....-...- ... .. sInN\\ 99
;'I it the -When George Bell, or others in authority. Among convention today. There were E F bevier...___..._._. lots II and 13 ._..._ ._..__ 141 UNW9'D ..
withdrew and disabled as Beavers. former superintendent of the concessions:; made by both the Gray: I Fla West Coast Irapr't Co lots A and B._ ..... ._ .__.__ N W 3
Japanese were coming up. He received those taken prisoner was Editor Geo. I Unknown ...-_..?.........- all except 82 ft n and ion n end_..._ II UN \\ SM
division of salaries and allowances 61 of The Victo Record but he and anti-Gray men. Through the efforts Fla West Coast Impr't Co all except 65 ft n and I on a end. ....._ I) D N WTucker 4 t*
a number of bayonet wounds, but succeeded the postoffice department, appeared in Kyner, made last night Andrew C. KW Kay bill __. ... all __ ...._ _. ... ..-.- 24 ILUIREBngance. '
in making his was subsequently released. by ...._....._ all ......._.. .. .. .. __ IS ,Tucker IttB 4lf$
escape. the United States court in Brooklyn. Gray of Wilmington, son of Judge Unknown ...__....... .....ntf ...._ __..__. .. ... ___..._. II ,dines wJ
today he was served with a 'i,i A bloodhound brought from Trinidad Unknown ... ....._..._.nwi! ..._......_...--__ 13 Cttne <
Battle In Gulf. new warrant took the trail of the person who exploded Gray, and others, a resolution was Unknown __.........._. n5-{ ._..... ......__ ....._ .._-.. 14 CMnesCKoe l.
Naval for arrest on a Washington indictment I I agreed to by ex-Senator Kenny state H W Ward..... '". .. nwi! ......__._....___ 17 4.1
Che June 7.-3 .m.-An impression i i the dynamite at Independence John Page _..._ _.........'.all .... ......_.__..._....__. i ,cbs" 4 ..
Foo p charging him with entering !| and followed it from Bull Hill to the Chairman; Williard.SobUury and memo H W Ward.LYancy ....._......._ ne ............ ..._ ......_. J' CUnet \ 'II
prevails here that a naval into a deal for the purchase of book I bers of the state committee indorsing ...__.._.''sw3( ______,-........ .. II 'CHats I 3
Colorado Springs road. Detective RobI L Yancy -._..._ foWi! for 190J ..... .__......__ 1I >Ctintf I is
battle took place last night in the gulf typewriters and with receiving money .I Judge Gray for the Democratic presidential -
ert Sterling, of the Mine Owners' asi -
of Pechill. Passengers on steamers for his influence in putting through a nomination and requesting the 'V.V.. CLYATT
I i !sociation then declared that he was I ,
passing the Liao Tieshan promintory contract for machines. In the warrant i convinced that he knew who caused several delegates from Delaware tc Tax Collector, City of Dcala, Marion County Florida.

at the time did not hear any tiring, Beavers was taken before United i 1 the deadly explosion. use all honorable means to secure his r- -

while reports came from Tens Chow States Commissioner Benedict who nomination. This resolution was prepared I
ot heavy firing being heard there required $10.000 ,bail on the new i by Mr. J. Harvey Whitman, and arge. NOTICE.
I Victor CoU June S.-Although excitement -
from 11 o'clock last night until 2 a. charge but with the consent of Judge Is the key to the situation. It was H1HE REGULAR JUNE EXAMINATION loRI
was at a white heat Jast :J.teacher. take place la Ocala M Tat.,.
a. Vessels from Miao Tao islands Thomas was given until next Mondayto night no sensational Incident occurred expected the convention would ratify d us your orders f 0 rJune 7th. 1904. *19 o'clock Whtte ip&HeaBt

confirm this report, and so do the re* furnish the'additional bond. this resolution by the formal adoptionof will meet at Ocala High bchud;b.iViii. ..dpolored
after the riot of the afternoon. -. applicaat Howard Acadenr VuMng. .
Idents. _____- On that day there will be another the resolution. ,. .
From dark until dawn the
hearing and the federal authorities principal All parties who expect: to teach tctraet w
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. streets were almost as crowded aa Marion county, not already holding a. 1St'!>
hope to secure the transfer of Beavers I SUPPOSED CORPSE REVIVED. _ _ ")irtd certificate will be required to take t,"
they were during the day by thousands zammation. The question oa
James P. Taliaferro wins the sent to Washington.Counsel of men and women who had assembled ractice will be taktu from See ley.n"'L.1

atorship in the second Florida pri- for Beavers were to hav I from all parts of the camp in the belief Child Lay In Its .Coffin for Thirty.Six I Management)Xala Fla. Price:|. GO. at H. R. )I....f..

mary. Davis leads for governorship been her\ today on motions to quash I that darkness would invite further Hours. charged each pf4kt- ME -

but result is not yet settled. No news the Indictments based on the cash I bloodshed. i iI I Custer, S. D.. June 8.After lying W. ILCis

of the congressional contest has been register deal. but it was postponed. Their expectations, however provedto 36 hours in her coffin Mabel Fearing, BOST SJlordiraIalaw. augr. : JH _

____1--'. the five old daughter of. C. M.
1 QU.Flood year NOTICE
I"VIC'& Lightning Kills Two Women. be groundless. Aside from the oc [ _

stage of the river at Little Columbia. C., June 9.-Jane and casional arrest of a union agitator by Faring has been revived. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB

Rock has been reached, thousands ol Rane Fare, wife and daughter of My- the military authorities or the sheriff's The child was saved through the Intervention Li endersigued. as eieculor and !.....tni.espctiely.ol .
-- -- IheesUUof Nia deceased

-- Jeha P. ,
acres of land are Inundated and grave er Fare, negroes were killed by ligEt- : deputies and the occasional shriek of of Dr. E. S. Norton, a relative NOTICE. ,will on ,

felt for the levees. from who was at the house to attend Saturday, the 3d dag oJuty, 4. A4,
fears aw ning. The mother and child were at a Krag-Jorgensen some dark secluded
I the funeral. Dr. Norton noted the w apply to the county judge of Mules oM. ,
Important litigation may arise la I a wash tub under a large tree at their spot in the foothills, the night Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section: 8 of Ocala.: Fla. for the pvrpo* of asking ty.

Mississippi over the alleged Joint ratesof I home on Gervaia and Gregg streets gassed "* auietly. All night hew. rosy cheeks and unchanged appearance Chapter 4S3,Laws( Florida. final settlement of their Kcousla sad for
of the child refused to final discharge.
the Southern and Mobile and Ohio when lightning struck the tree killing ever the streets of the city and tne per IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT S. L. 1[ G, DVJf .
roads. them instantly. footpaths to the mines were watched mit the coffin to be closedHe .NOTICE of tax certificate No. W;, A. HOCKKR

called other physicians and an effort 770 dated the 2d day of June. A. D. ioa. XIf'Et\tr..
Dr. Collins Denny, of Vand bUt closely by the militia and every fire has filed aid certificate in my office and made LUtZ E. LAW.KxecBlris..
Morman minutes a miner was brought in and was made to revive the: child. At last application for tax deed to issue in accord 12'25' .
university, has been chosen president Bishop Killed. signs of returning animation were no- ance with law. Said certificates embraces the ____ ___-
of the University of Virginia Santa Fe, N. Mex., June 9.-J. B. placed in the armory, which is undeimililarf following described property; situated in
I ted. Halt an hour later the stetho Marion county Florida.towit: ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRtO-
The International association of Ashcroft, of Fruitland a bishop of guard. Lot I Plat book A page 102 see i tp 16 r a. ITORSNOTICE .
the Morman church and manager of The dragnet was cast far and wide scope indicated a return of strong The said land being assessed a, the Gate 01 _
_Sunday School Editors and Publishers and more than 150 union men sail heart action. An hour later the the issuance of such certificate: in the name of IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CIIW-
the co-operative store of Fruitlaad has Sarah Windham. Unless said certificate shall
is in session at Richmond. been accidently killed while blasting to be the leaders of the riot of yester. child was sleeping in the arms of its be redeemed according to law. tax deed will kaving claims legatees or demands d.iJItt1bGttts..4 tgaiau Ue aB euiu p rOM/
The auditor of Alabama makes an issue thereoa on the 5th day of
mother. July, A.0.1904. P. Edward deceased
1 rock in the construction of an Irri-- day, are now lounging about on the Witness my official signature and seal thisthe Jonn. within two to pretest tMame
holding m will
Important ruling on registrars, jears they be barest
:: the child will
gating ditch for the Navajo .bdians hard floor. of the. armory.. Many With proper care soon day of June 1004. this the jed day of February, 1994.
that, their. time. limit is forty. ; and. SIx- < be-in an advanced convalescent stags S.T. SISTRUXK. DOLLY C. owan!!.
have been there since yesterday
r : near" l morn 6 3 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. 2j6tTHE Adm1.ituahtl,
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.'* PORT ARTHUR ATTACK ON PART OF SOLDIERS the 9th of June has been postponeduntil be sold at public auction on Monday, the ;

the 18th. is
Everybody very Fourth ,Day of July, 1904,
cordially invited to be present at that
at in the of Marion much thereof will be
Ocala, county or so as

Reported Russian Stronghold Is Killing of War CorrespondentEtsel Peace Now Prevails Throughoutthe time _ _ necessary to pay the amount due the city of Ocala for taxes

Assailed by Land and Sea. by Chinese. Gold Field. For sick headache take Chamber herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale

lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets anda and advertising:

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tlrug f.,18. m 'I

Army of Mikado Again Actively Assaults Junk In which Wer sel and a Companion Late Sensational Affair Between Officers I I, I I :I! : StIlY Ok ADIUS,.

I the Russian "Gibraltar of the Was Unchallenged by the and Union Miners at Victor ,I I H4 Outs
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East but With What Results la Soldiers-Consul General Miller Will and Independence-Bloodhounds Put -
A. E. Delouest administrator with will annexed Otto Grothe...._...... all fractional_.....__ 4 0 S '. JII
Not Stated. Make a Report. on Trail. ot Ed. Delouest gives notice that on the R McConathy ..._..._.:all fractional...._...__ i SO S i I IS
nth J .0\ Pittman ..._.........._.! .._ .____.___ In 0 S 14 7j
day September, 190;, Otto Grothe __........._'all '_............_._._ __ A i 0 S isMii "
Che Foo June 7.4 p. m.-Preceding New Chwang, June 8.-7 a. m.-The Cripple Creek, Col., June 8.-After he will present his accounts and vouchers to the D E Wtnger.'s' of s3..._.._ ..._ on ... ,,_...... ,IS 0 S 9 J'Cnknown
funeral of Louis Etsel correspondentof cousty judge for final settlement and ask for a .. ..._. .''721t n and s by 56ft und maw : .
a sea attack oa Port Arthur last a night of terror, comparative peace discharge. This oth day of March. 1904. corner ..._..._.....__ .. I IT.' 0 tt 73J
night the Japanese apparently made an The London Daily Telegraph will prevails! today throughout the golc A E DELOUEST. Elmira WiIliams..2: ft n and I by 56 ft e and W In awI I ,
take 311 em 6m Administrator Etc. I corner ..-._... ...... -.__ .r. 0 It 4 ..
advance on that stronghold by land.A place here this afternoon. He camp. but conditions are still unsettled I W' Alexander ___. a11"- .. .., ...............__..... .. ._ 3'JJ' 0 S t )I
Chinese which left was killed 10 miles out at sea by some and nobody believed that the Carmichael & SOn CO !W _.,.__....____.._.._ I 8 0 Ii $5 "
junk a point ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Irs E S Six........._.-... s3. ... .. _....._ .__._. 3 33 0 It J I'
3 miles south of Chinese soldiers who were searching trouble is yet ended. Bank i7cftuand .
Port Dalny early Westerly Savings 5 by 66 ft e and w in awuucI !
...__ ._ .. .. .
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for pirates. Thirteen deaths have resulted from "' -n--n .n "u'" II HI
Monday morning, has arrived here. She IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILL Mrs L 0 Williams__ n#...... .._ ___ 140 OS It JIt
reports having heard firing north ot Immediately after realizing the mis- the dynamite outrage at Independence NOTICE nth. 1904. present to Hon. Heirs of Rachel S Perrin all_....._ __...._.__ 151 O ft *
take had made these Robert Bullock county judge in and for Marion Z C Chambliss ...__.....,;all.._..,... ......._ ... .....-._ .. 3JIOS4M08 Ji' .
Port Arthur from 7 o'clock Monday they men put several of the injured are in a county, Florida, my accounts and vouchers for f L Rrnnks..._?..?..?.......| 11_. -__...._____ 4 ,*
morning until 2 o'clock that afternoon out to sea and have not been seen critical condition and two men were final settlement as administrator of the estate I B Borlaud...,.__... '.corn 28 ft a of n w cor .. .___. 64 0 Ss2Slter1attnaSftwgEzft
of E. M.Henderson, deceased. and will ask fora __ t I 34
by which time she passed out of .hearing since. killed and eight wounded in the subsequent final discharge as such administrator. Dated J B Borland ___.., 'com 84 ft s of nw cor . _...... '64 0 S
United States Consul Miller held an rioting in Victor. this March it, I94W. sjSltemft njSftwiuit t ItS
distance. T. HENDERSON. Admr. WBGoodwin.aU........ ......_ ..._._... 26,
It would appear that the Japanese inquest at Shwantaitze yesterday &1 Following is a list of the dead: 16m Estate of E. Henderson, Deceased. WWFelter ...._. .,... ... lot 4 and sj$ _______ I 6 C) 0 S I II

which the Chinese General Lu acknowledged List of Dead.' WWClyatt .. ........_:tall, ... ......_... ...... .._...._ 17JOS790S 4'1
planned a land and sea attack on Port Mrs R Sternberger ......com26fteotsecor..._. ........
Arthur yesterday. The Russians on that Etsel was killed by Roxey McKee. I W76ftn in ft 676 It s in ft_.._ \ I! 79
his soldiers. Ernest Brindle of the NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE Land Mortgage Bank ,tS 3-------- ,. ._.. .._ ___ J19NSS J '1
seeing this sent their fleet out to give Dan Davis.Wounded I H Dickerson.lots. 4 and 7.___.. .._.-. |*4 N SS>> J..
battle. The result is not known. I. London Daily Mail, who was along : J. A. Reed Joe Findley Z C Chambliss __._ s3 ..._ ._._..,____. .._ 2 25 N S :* S'IC
: N THE 4TH DAY OF AUGUST 1904. THE Hicks ..............-..._|79 ft e and w by 51 ft n and s in se I
The abpve dispatch would seem to with Etsel when he was shot .testified Fire Chief Murphy, Peter Chrisman, O undersigned present her accounts and corner......... ?_.....,., ...-... -_ 43617155: :: 433
that their junk was unchallengedby Fred Sturebaugh, Peter Calderwood. vouchers with Hon. R. Bullcck. county judge Sarah A Gowens......... .. |.n)4 except 72 ft e and w by 40 ft n ands t J
confirm the dispatch previously received -
and ask for a final settlement and discharge as in se corner .. ....-.._ .. I 28 X Sit' II
at Che Foo toaay from Teng the soldiers and was fired upon in Arthur Parker, James McKelvie. administratrix of the estat" of Julia P. John G E Gattes. _..__ .....:,32 ft n and s by 56 ft e and w in sw I I

spite of the fact that the two foreigners Committee ,deceased this 4th day of February. 1904. corner ..._._......_...... 4lSNSS. 4 J'
Chow. The correspondent said there Vigilance Organized.A son FRANCES A. HOWSE. Mrs R B Sternberger .e34 ... ....................._............. I 3-4.N Ii at 91 e214NSN
at Port Arthur last night were plainly visible at a distance thoroughly organized vigilance 6m Administratrix. Unknown _._......_........:nK..... ........_............____ : aa.
was firing of less than least 2 5 lem Unknown ?.??..?.......??''s} .... .... _..... 2 14'N S N3UNSN u i.
beginning at 11:30 and continuing for 100 yards. At committee has taken charge of the Unknown --- '- n4 .. .....-.._ ...--...__._..
150 shots were fired at the correspondents' government of Teller county and large V.ierz: i h how Mrs Anna Parham...._ s54 ..............._............_....._ 3 14 N S N it
everal hours. The above Che Foo leg: ar.i ; no telling rnuc. Stephen Smith _?.............aU ......._....___...... i 15 N &N 7 "
Alspatch also confirms the report that junk, which did not reply. squads of armed men are patrollingthe longer they will Le kept in confinement S P Brockington..._......'com at nw corner ..._ F I Dunn'i Central

-. Consul General Miller will forwardhis district. These men are ostensi. !. sio5fteII9ftnzo5ftwiI9ft .....__ ; s4 ..
vas brought here by a Chinese' junk Miss Julia Y Wells..__... com at se corner...._........__ Hi, Dunn' Central
cf heavy firing all day yesterday In report to United States Minister toy acting under orders of dward At midnight a special train of fiv 1. s19ltw23SftnI9Stte35Sft! _.... : II *}
Unknown ..._. ..
the vicinity of Port Arthur. Conger at Pekin, showing gross care Bell, the new sheriff, who is a large coaches pulled in on the Florence and ?_ .474ftnandsby8I1teandwon i I side .........__..... .. .__._.. ..M_n I I, Dunn's Central ( II

lessness upon the part of the soldiersto property owner and an outspoken op Cripple Creek siding near the temporary Unknown ....._...._ com 105 ft s ot nw cor. ._?-._. -.. j B Allreds
.! crutsvnrOnqeftwtartt_, .. .. ... Lo
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Cossacks Are Routed. I. say the least. While Brindle ponent of the miners' union. bull pen, and the suppressed excitement Unknown ............._...._'cora l4Oftsot nw cnr..._.... ....._ Allred.
uncommunicative regarding the plans Sheriff Robertson resigned under | s35fteao5ftn35ft vr 205 ft,_.... I I 5 4
Toklo. June 7.-3 p. m.-A detach was suddenly raised to fever WO Parker ..._. ...... 'all. ...............__... ......_ I Allrr46 I 3 II
ment of the Japanese force which landed which took himself and Etsel on the compulsion. He was forcibly takento heat. It was rumored and apparent. AlrsIda\\.rJnker.'nw3' { __.. .. .. ..-. ..,.. .. I Allre4 ,
sea voyage, it is learned that they the headquarters of the Mine Own Peter Ingram ...._......_:s ofsw ..._....__..__...... I JlAUreds II.
at Takushan surprised and routed ly with some .foundation ttat 12 01 Unknown ?..._....._. ..'alI in Sec 7.. ......__.... _.._ 3!, AUred; If 4
of Cossacks Sunday at were attemping to reach Port Arthur. ers' association and his resignationwas 15 of the recognized lea'ders of thi '-lice\1 Pawling.........._'all ..............__......_ .._.*...__. a iAtlre4 i ..
a company on The Russian authorities are doing all Unknown ......._.........'a11 _.._.._.. ... .. ... ...._ ._ 4'19'AIlredi' 4 "
Kan Chia Tun on the Kin Chou road, demanded. At first he refused, union were to be turned over to Sher. ,Unknown 544 ft w of a point ISO ft s of *e cor I
7 miles northwest of Takushan. in their power to assist the American but when a coil of rope was thrownat iff Bell and that all other prisoner I of swj{ sec S tp is r 22. w 147 ft n
147 ft e 147 ft s 147 ft ..._.._ I 114
officials in
the matter. I his feet he weakened and signedthe were to be deported. As soon as the RF Sample ................... all ....-. ........___:-....._ J. :'S & II J II
General Kondrativitch placed a. resignation, which had been provi. Mrs Flora Likowski..._,..all ..__........_...._ I S & Si 1 !It
Togo Clears Channel. train backed onto the siding, SecretaryC. Mrs R S Pernn heirs ....lsw3{ ..._.. ..... .._.__ I!5& I) >>
Toklo June 7.-1:30 p. m.-Admiral steam launch with 25 soldiers under I ded for him.. The first act of Sheriff C. Hamlin, of the Mine Owners' R F Sample ....._._.._..lots 3S and 3' ............__......_.._1 I ISfcD 4 ..
orders of Conusul General Miller and Bell to take the star of Mrs F J Barber ... ........... aU ....__._ ... ......_.__ 57 'S & O I .
was ,
Togo ha* succeeded In clearing the I away association, and Sheriff Bell, MayO Chas W Torrey ........._... com at ne cor ..........._...._........._! 3 Reatdns' 74MtewiI
channel leading Into Tall an Wan. He otherwise rendered great aid in re- ; Under Sheriff: Burton. Then he appointed French and Captain Moore went, intc s 122 ft e 132 ft n 122 tt w 132 It.lots .. ..i 6 II
covering the body of Etsel. Consul Mrs F R Gary ...._........ 4 5 6 7 8 910 II ...___! Gary OweCaldweU p 54 4
began locating mines June 1 and since 25 deputies to which force conference at the military headquarters. Unknown ....w>..._. 112 ft nand s by 70 ft e and w in sw. ,
General Miller! has replied to General I large additions have since been appointed In about 30 minutes Hamlin corner....?...??._.: 8 aa 4
then he has found and exploded 41. MrsKH Massey......_,com at nw cor ......__.......-.__'! ,IIG.Caldw lt
Yesterday a small steamer entered the Kondrativitch thanking him heartilyfor by City MarsSal O'Connell, came out of his private room and telephoned i Sl65iteIooftn6iltw3 ltnio4ft ,

his kindness on behalf of the Unit of Victor. i WTO ft ... ......--....._-- ... I ..
harborThe work of locating other to the railroad officials that G C Stevens trustee ....._ all .. .... ....__..._ __ .. l CaldwetI. 11 16
mines is now continuing, and it is exjwoted ed States government. I Officials Deposed. the train would not be needed at that Unknown ......?_..?_.......'e/2 ...... ..... ........_....___..j! >4 CaUwcDiJJCakUrcU .. 95
It Meantime O'Connell had visited the Unknown ........._....._...''com at se cor ..._. ....._._ .... I
t time. When this information went
will be
the waters speedily fl34934ftw2oofts34gtte3oojt. I 9 ..
cleared of the mines. Alexieff's Report of Casualties. mine owners' headquarters in which out, those who had been expecting Mary A Mente..........._....I etf ........:_ ........_._......, .36 CaWwell II ..
I H _...._ So ft and ftnandainDw I
St. Petersburg. June 9.-Emperor J Dudley e w by 124
about 30 armed men had assembledand trouble, gave a sigh of relief and many \ corner .. .. .....................?.,.._t 39 c&ldwt4! JI
Nicholas has received the following :; demanded that they surrender their went to their homes.COLORADO F C worth '".......... ,all_..........._.. ........???...__ 14 >CaldwenBenjamins
Quiet at Vladivostock.VIa.dITostock }, ... .
I sub of blks 40 and 41 _, i a.-
dispatch from Alexieff
Viceroy : arms to him. He was forcibly ejected DuncauCampbell...... com 142(1( e of nw cor .......__ _. .4lCaWwettsnSftwi42ft7oft
June 8.-All is quiet I "According to the report of Rear I and after being deposed from office i e35jtt ISS ft: .
DEMOCRATS. i W ft .._ .._.._ .. : ,
here. It can be stated that Port Ar 213 1..1.U- 41
Admiral Wittsoeft, on the battle of by Mayor French, was placed under Heirs of Ann Riley ....._ 87 2-3 ft n and s by 115 ft e and w in nw' :

thur is abundantly supplied with provisions Kin Chow, our right flank was strong. arrest. Many of the other regularly corner .... .... ......._ ._?,-,?? CaUwelt IS"
Convention to Select Delegates to National Chas W Torrey ......._ wJ4 except 87 2-3 ft n and I by 150 It el |
: and munitions of war. The ly supported by the gunboat Bobr and chosen police officers of the various Convention. and w in nw corner __..__-.. '46 Caldweil If n

bulk of supplies there were sent from the torpedo boats Burni and Boiyr Mrs M A Miller heirs _.. nl ........_.._._ ... ........_...... 14Caldweil t 4; .
towns in the district also have been Pueblo, June 8.-The state Democratic Mrs Finnic F Anthony.,_ } ...._....._ ...____ 49 Ca'.dwttl 11
here before communication wa cut off. which afterward returned to Port Ar deposed and some of them locked up. B H Hodges....__..... lots i 134 5 789 10 Hodges sub .. .. 'ji.Caldwell II
Kerosene Is also scarce among the civilians thur. convention to select ten delegates R F Sample ..............._ all.._ ...__.....__ .__ ,1) D'DulI.II..II. P. H
i The sentiment of the mine owners, to the national convention met A H Birdsey .__.., lots 4 5..... _..........._ ___, I Capitol Hrtl
but the quantity on hand is "On the night of May 26 ten torpedo as voiced by C. C. Hamlin, secretary R McConathy.............. .. all..._._._........._...._1 i Capitol Hrfl
for the needs of the I here today. In all probability the J Pcarson....._ ...._. com 2 95 chs e of ne cor ...__....... ......J i 39 CatdweUjSCaldwetl
adequate garri boats were sent out against the ., of the association, is fhat all union delegation will be uninstructed, but e 3.39 chs s 48chs! w 3.39Ch$ n 3.48'' I

; son. Trade with the interior ia Improving. Japanese boats operating in Kin I I miners must be driven of the chs ...-_.___..- I HI'Ellen
II out considerable Hearst sympathy was Williams ......_com 2 95 chs e ol ne cor __......'
A train of ten cars laden Chow bay. One torpedo boat struck : camp. His declaration that the time manifest and a fight develop a I e 2 69 chs a 3.S cbs w 2.69 cbs n 3 3*, I

with miscellaneous goods Is dispatched the rocks and sank. Her crew was may ChS ........._....-I.-.1-11TT1-11........?._,.?! I .
to the
: come "purge district" started resolution commending Mr. Hears Mrs M E Dawson ..?.....lots Bullock's sub of ne sec 19 tp 15' I

dally. The railway is open. saved. 'I the rioting at the mass meeting in r 22................. .-_.--- .,... I ; 5 54
Much excitement has been caused "The casualties probably being adopted.The Unknown ..................._;lots 137140144 ....____...._ ,5ary' 719
among those servo Victor called to discuss the dynamite delegates agreed upon in cau \V B :Fuller...__........ ....Ine _.. ......._...._...._ 83 Gary's ... J
by the reported discovery of gold Inc ing the naval guns were one suWieu- I outrage at Independence. Morris Solomon ......__.'.comatn cor. _.___.... II' E G SmithsWI5ftS63.j
former Governor Charles S
caus are
the of the mouth of the ft e 100 tI 40 te sa tt I I In
vicinity Amur tenant missing and six sailors wound. "It's up to you to drive these scoundrels Thomas, Charles j. Hughes Jr., Senator I 103 ft.______... I. 41
- river. Several hundred prospectors ad. Celiajones..55ftnandsbyi63fteandw in sei
out, Hamlin had declared H. JI. Teller H. E. Insley, state I corner ...._____ __.. .. 3, K G Smiths a H
have already gone to the locality. V whereupon Alf Miller, a union man, Senator Charles B. former Governor Archy Jacobs._...._..,All.-_....._......_......._-...._' 4 K Smiths 91
Mall service from Llao Yang say the Under Heavy Ward Shooter C C............... .... Com 40 tt E of N W Cor......-...-.....-... _, 5, EGSoiithiE
Cannonading.Tokio who had been
sworn as deputy sherI Alva Adams, Judge J. H. Voor- I E45ft Si3S>JftW45ftNi384ft.. .
last ambulance train to arrive had onboard June 8.-10:30 a. m.-Four iff., raised his rifle and inquired: J Thurston ........_.E34___._........_...._.._1 5' G Smith! 373. ..
among other wounded., a Japanese Japanese gunboats which made a closa "Whom hees, Judge William P. Seeds, #orge' Unknown _._....._ _!Com 115 ft wofnecorsw { see 18 tplS I
I are you referring tor E. West: and J. H. Robeson or Judge | r 22 W93H it s 230 it e 93H ft n :230 HI : $71
I prisoner, whom. General Kuro- reconnaisance of Port Arthur harbor Miller's rifle was seized and the Theoron Stevens.A Mrs F II Massey: _.,.......... com 659 ft w of ne corner swtf bee 18 I
tp 15 r 22 s 242 It w 150 ft n 242 ft e ,
patkln took particular care to single ,. at midnight June 6 for the purposeof :i shooting began, which resulted in'the resolution was adopted in caucus I 150 ft........... _.. ...,_-__ It It

out and compliment on the fighting examining the entrance were exposed -i killing of Roxey McGee, a nonunion CN Hampton ..._.._._>..all... .......................... .lf-_...... 3.4, :Mitchell! lint J JI
strongly denouncing the outrage at Unknown ....... .....__1w34__........._..._____ Mitchell Hut I"
t qualities of hiscompatriots. The to a severe cannonade. GunboatNo. miner and the wounding of six other Cripple Creek yesterday. Charles J. V B Colher.................._. 7 and 11...._..._ _. ....._.. II Mitchell Heroed II
S Green ....._...__.Jait: ..,.__ .. ... ... .
general told the Japanese he would 4 sustained some damage. One of whom J _..._ .._ 2, S J Green I >>
persons, one since died. Hughes, Jr., of Denver, will be tem N W Hanson...._ ...........lots 21 and 23?.__"'_" '... .. .. .. 6 \%est End II
personally insure the Torwarding of of her sailors was killed and two Unknown ....._......_.._,lots 24 and 6-._ ...... .._..._ . I H West: End I >>
L a I letter to his parents in Tokio. others wounded. I Many Arrests Made. porary chairman- the convention., I P Higginbotham ........lots,{ a 234 and 10_....._....__. I, I 9 West VGdJvHigginbclhani..lots9and III
and Milton A. Smith, of Denver, permanent ii._......- --..-...... i /WcttKad: 111
: A Russian soldier who was badly -.. During the night many arrests were s M Shade _.._......... lots nand 23 ...___. .. ... I 9,\reet t. d10WcktKQd '"
Turenchen has receiveda SERVED made in Victor, Goldfield and IndepenI chairman. Unknown .. ....._....__. lots 2 4 and 6.._......._.___ S S7
wounded at WITH NEW WARRANT.Case I I \Vm James ...__......_ lot o'........._......_.u,______.. 10: !IVriit Knd AI
medal for an exploit performed by I dence. The union stores In Victor anI Hedgman _..._.._... .._ lets'ii l1dI3-:::::==::: = =--= lojWert! : Kudttett I "'

1 Goldfield were wrecked and the Harmonlus Convention. I I P Brockington .....__.... lot 23com .....__ ,. ....._ lied I B
him during the fighting there. He of George W. Beavers, Former Dover Del. June Indications Levi Alexander .........._. 200 ft w of se corner w 5: ft n 238 9 ,Scott
returned to his uninjured gun, which Postoffice Official. scattered in the streets by a mob. ft e 91 ft s 119 ft w 40 ft s 119 ft..._. I uss
Unknown .... .... ...._ ..... '
i This not pointed to e harmonious Democratic .. all. .N D N \\ 1 IItt
could not be removed when the Russians New York. June 9..-When George was countenanced by Sheriff E F Sevier--......... .... .lots II and 13 ..._.._ ... .. i; !DNWU W
withdrew and disabled it as the Bell, or others in authority. Among state convention today. There were EFSevier...__........_... lots ii and 13 ..._..._ ........._...... 0T N W ...
Beavers former superintendent of the concessions made by both the Gray Fla West Coast Impr't Co lots A and B __ ..... ..... .____ 9 D N W J IS
Japanese were coming up. He received division of salaries and allowances of those taken prisoner was Eklitor Geo. Unknown ...__............_ all except 82 ft nand s on n end_ II DNW I M
; of wounds but Kyner, of The Victot Record, but he and anti-Gray men. Through the efforts Fla West Coast Impr't Co all except 65 ft n and s on n end....._ 15 D N W *
a number bayonet succeeded the postoffice department appeared in made last night by Andrew C. KW Kay bill...... ... all __ ._ .. .. ... .._........ '4 TIKkcrlliU 4
in making his escape. the United States was subsequently released. R E Bngance..._........_ all ..........11.... .. .. .. ..._...... 1,5 Tucker Hill I J:
court in Brooklyn A bloodhound brought from Trinidad Gray, of Wilmington, son of Judge Unknown ...._..... ....... ...... ..._...._. .. ... __...... II ,dines ..
today he was served with a new war j and others Unknown ... ...._..._..ii34 ....._......- ......_..__ J, ChatS .
took the trail of the who Gray a resolution was Cuknown _............ .. .. ... .. .
Naval Battle In Gulf. person exploded __ n, .. ... .. .. .._ ....._ .. I ,Ctine 1 ft
- rant for arrest on a Washington indictment the agreed to by ex-Senator Kenny, state H %V Ward...... ... ..';'nw'{'."".,......_.. .....___ I ,Cones 4"I'
Che Foo, June 7.-3 p .m.-An tinreaIon charging him with entering i!i dynamite at Independencaand John Page ..._ ............ all .... ..._____._...._. ,dine 4.'
. followed it from Bull Hill to the Chairman; Williard SobUury and memo HV Ward..._......._ neU. ........... .._ ......_. .IOj Ldines I it
prevails here that a naval into a deal for the purchase of book j! bers of the state committee indorsing L Yancy ......____......sw'% ...._.._____.. Clint I 1"i
battle took place last night in the gulf typewriters and with receiving j Colorado Springs road. Detective Rob L Yancy ......_......... :swJi for 1902 ".'.. ..._......__ III >atari I "
money for
Judge Gray the Democratic
. ert Sterling, of the Mine Owners' association presi
of Pechlli. Passengers on steamers for his influence in putting through a' dential nomination
then declared that he was and requesting the W. \V. CLYATT
pawing the Llao Tleshan promintoryat contract for machines.: In
warrant convinced that he knew who caused several delegates from Delaware to Tax Collector, City of Deals, Marion County .
the time did not hear any firing, Beavers was taken before United j the deadly explosion. use all honorable means to secure his .-

while reports came from Teng Chow States Commissioner Benedict who = r
nomination. This resolution was prepared I ---- I
of heavy firing being heard there required $10,000 bail on the new i Mr. J. 1 NOTICE.
by Harvey Whitman and
I Victor, Col. June Although excitement .
from 11 o'clock last night until 2 a. charge, but with the consent of Judge is: the key to the situation." It was > 'HEREGCLARUNE EXAMINATION PO*
:D. Vessels from Miao Tao islands Thomas was given until next Monday was at a white heat last .- J.teachers will take place in Ocala oa T.runt .""- ,,
night, no sensational incident occur expected the convention would ratify $ 7th. 1904, at 9 o'clock. WbHc IPIMa.1S
confirm this report., and so do .the re* to furnish the additional bond. this resolution by the formal adoption rill meet at Ocala high School>* 1M.* sad
red after the riot of the afternoon.
Iored applicants at Howard Academy tald.Ing. -
idents. ____TTELEGRAPHIC.__-.---------- On that day there will be another of the resolution. .
From dark until dawn the principal
BREVITIES. hearing, and the federal authorities 1 4 All parties who expect to teach school m
streets were almost as crowded as >-/ Marion county not already botding aa wiea
hope to secure the transfer of Beavers SUPPOSED CORPSE REVIVED. J>irrd certificate will be repaired to ukc tki
they were during the day by thousandsof
,' zaminatioa. The sad
Taliaferro wins the sent to Washington. questions on Theory -
James I men and women who had assembled practice will be taken from Seeley's New School

Atorship in the second Florida pri. Counsel for Beavers were to havd from all parts of the camp in the ba- Child Lay In Its Coffin for Thirty.Six )Uanagemeat..Fla. Pnceioo, at H. B. )lsstna.cala. .
been heri today on motions to
mary. Davis leads for governorship quash lief that darkness would invite further Hours. One dollar will be charged each appikaat a<-

but reeult Is not yet settled. No news the Indictments based on the cash bloodshed. Custer, S. D, June 8.-After lying Vjordirg to law. .
\v. I) CAu.I .
of the congressional contest has been register deal, but it was postponed. Their expectations* however, provedto 36 hours in her coffin Mabel Fearing, SapC Pub.Ia.t.

received. Lightning Kills Two Women. be groundless. Aside from the oc the five year old daughter of C. M. NOTICE -- -

Flood stage of the river at Little casional arrest of union Faring, has been revived.
Columbia, S. C., June 9.-Jane and a agitator by IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE

Rock has been reached. thousands ol Rane Fare wife and daughter of My- the military authorities or the sherIffs The child was saved through the intervention I NOTICE as executors and eiecutni,
inundated and of Dr. E. S. Norton relative jespectively the estate of John P. DUMB, deceased .
of land grave a -----
acres are er Fare, negroes, were killed by liglit. deputies, and the occasional shriek of NOTICE. ,will onSaturday ,

fears are felt for the levees. nlng. The mother and child were at a Krag-Jorgensen from some dark, secluded who was at the house to attend the xi day t J JuJU A. Djo*.

Important litigation may arise Ia a wash tub under a large tree at their spot in the foothills, the nightD.ased the funeral. Dr. Norton noted the 01 t for Tax I apply to the county judge of Manes county..
Application Deed Under
Section 8 of Florida at Ocala Fla. for the parpose of making
Mississippi over the alleged Joint rates home on Gervais and Gregg streets "*t auletly. All niehL JH w. rosy and unchanged appearance Chapter 4388, Laws of Florida. final settlement their account and for

of the Southern and Mobile and Ohio when lightning struck the tree, killing ever the streets of the city and tne of the child and refused to permit final dillC arge.
the coffin to be closed. NOTICE
roads.: them instantly. footpaths to the mines were watched I HE ] of tax certificate No. W. A. ttOCKER

4 closely by the militia and every five I called other physicians and an effort 770 dated the 2d day of June. A. D. ia. Eiectflori.
Dr. Collins Denny, of VanderbUt has filed said certificate in my office. and made ALICE E. LAW.
university has been chosen president Morman Bishop Killed. minutes a miner WItS brought in and was made to revive the child. At last application for tax deed to issue in accord 12-15' Executrix

of the University of Virginia Santa Fe, N. Mex., June 9.-J. B. placed In the armory, which is under signs of returning animation were no I ance following: with law.described Said; certificates property embraces situated the in -_

of Ashcroft of Fruitland, a bishop of militapf guard. ted. Half an hour later the stetho Marion county, Florida to wit: ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The International association Lot i Plat book A page :o2 sec i tp 16 r .
indicated return of 24-
the Mormzn. church The dragnet was cast far and wide scope a strong
: Sunday School Editors and Publishers and manager of The said land being assessed at the date ol
the,Cperative store of Fraitland has and more than 150 union men salt heart action. An hour later the the issuance of such certificate in the name of IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CED

, is In session at Richmond. been killed to be the leaders of the riot of yester. child was sleeping in the arms of its be Sarah redeemed Windham. Unless said certificate shall NOTICE legatees, distributee aDd al person
, The auditor of Alabama makes an accidently while blasting according to law. tax deed will having claims or demands against the estate of
rock in the construction of an irrigating day, are now lounging about on the mother. issue thereon on the sth day of July A.0.1904. Joan F. Edwards. deceased to present the
Important ruling on registrars, holding Witre s my official signature and seal this within two win
I kame vears01 they be barred.
ditch for hard floor of the Many With proper care the child will soon the day of
that their time limit.ia: forty and sixtv the Navajo-Indians. armory., June, 1004. this the 3rd day of February 1904.<<
. near-Frultlanl1. have been there since yesterday morn be in an advanced convalescent stag S.T. SISTRUNK. DOLLY C. fcDWARD*,
Clerk Circuit
3 Court Marion
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Around Ownership of Weapon May Re-

volve Mystery of the Whole Affair. TEA POT GROCERY.

Woman In. the Case Had Horror of

Weapons-Dtck Hand's Story. g>s-- .....

New York June Detectives at _.. "'.''' .- ':..:: ." .= ;: < '
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work on the shooting of Bookmaker T. .. -0. .-- -, -- .- -l \ -- ....
Young which occurred in a cab here
last Saturday are slowly tracing the
history of the revolver which caused : .
the horseman's death. Did You Ever
Around the ownership of the weapon :
may revolve the mystery of the whole 11
affair. Young's friends all assert he a
never carried a pistol and the intI-
mates of "Xan" Patterson who was
with Young in the cab, declare she :
had a horror for weapons.
The weapon was manufactured in Slop To Think
pringfield, Mass., and sold by them
In 1898 or 1899. The firm's records
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for those years have been destroyed I .... .....
but the dealers express the belief that .....
the revolver was among a lot shippedto .....;
San Francisco. If this should .....
prove true the owner may be identified .......

as four of the persons directly That to buy something cheap was
connected with the tragedy are well 3. .
known in San Francisco.A F
strict search of pawnshops has -- ..... -
failed to develop any information that ....."'
1 would lead to the belief that the re- dear at pricey because nine times
solver was purchased in this city. any
James Dooley, a decK hand, is reported -e
as having told a strange*story II- .....
regarding the sale of his revolver to ...... '

cceco a stranger of the in West shooting Broadway a: short near time the :: out of ten the goods so bought prove 3;

before Young and Mrs. Patterson pass- ..- -- .
ed through. He asserts that the man '- ...
treated him several times in a saloon ......:
anl on learning he had a: weapon, EaE
purchased it, saying he wanted to unsatf actory, or are at the best only ::

shoot a woman. Little credence Is ........
placed in the story. ....
passable ::
Young Girl Takes Her Life at Gads-

den, Ala. .. .. -.' .<.. L .. -.....
Gadsden, Ala., June S.-Miss Pearl .-- ..----T..... ..__ ._. _".1 _""_ -ili.' '\Jo'r'..... .1; !., .b"r'---1,;, ., ...;.'..t ....
Morgan, aa employe of Dwight cotton .. .......
factory, at Alabama City, 19 years or ......
age, committed suicide by the morphine -
route. She procured the drug .
Friday and was found unconscious

Monday She was morning.despondent over working in : GOVERNS GOVERNS ::

a cotton factory, and assuring her ;:: ., FOR THELOWEST .
stepmother her sweetheart had deserted
her and was to marry another, she
ended her troubls by her own hand. ...:; ,.

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MISSING CAPE WAY CUP. ,. _. ----' .. .- : :: .r:.. .:,:. -': CEo : "- ".'-' --. -,- :" :--:: >!i<"" : -- .- __ ==

Trophy Won by the Briftainy Has Dis- F ......
appeared. I -
New York, June 8.-The case of the
missing Cape May cup won by his .....,

-. majesty's to become yacht famous, the Brittany, says a,Herald promises 1 Whereas If you buy the best at a :: '

dispatch from London. It is reported -
that diligent search for the trophy gg .
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has been made at Windsor castle, but -I/IJJ/J :
that no trace of it can be found. :: ....
A careful record is kept of all the 1 low price as a legitimate, margin ::: -
Items of furniture, silver and gold orsaments I I ....
at the Castle, but the only ,-
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trophy there is His Majesty Ascot gold -
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cup, which Perdimmon won in 1897. -

Banringham.A search is now being made at will allow, it gives perfect satisfacx 3


Electric Car Murderer's Played Capture.Leading Role in :: tion and pleasure. To give perfect 3 '.

Mobile, Ala., June 8. An electric .
ear here played the leading role in
the capture of a murderer. I -
Just as Thomas Lewis had I satisfaction is aim and -
death a man named Artemus = our we lend :: '
end was in the act of running crushi .... -
aD electric car ran over him, I -- ;
log his rlgh foot so badly that amputation I -

esaary.of the member was found nee- all our facilities to that end 3

Burglarious Attempt. .. .
Shelbyville, Ind., June 8.-Sister P- --
Theodora, of St. Vincent's Catholic --.

school 4 miles from here, early today We give the best at as low
heard some one prowling through the you ;
building. She instituted a search, It! -
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end suddenly met a negro face to face ....
In the hall. He flourished a revolver ,
which sh* grabbed and the tWQ consistent with :i. '
price legitimate .
Ml in the struggle. The burglar es- l/\ profit
taped, but later was captured at Wai4ron. .
and Is In Jail here. He had or r. r' .
him a revolver, pieces of candle ant -

cot burglar's Sister Theodora Was i ii that money can buy :--:

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Never mind where you wore; le
R jour care be for the work Itself. ::
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Creditors have better memories tha ,
debtors.-Franklin. '

Carrollton Carrollton, Ga."Issues, June 'B 8. ndl.At a municipal *: ; .r i i11

Issuance election of 545,000 held worth here Saturdaythe of bonds ] TEA POT GROCERY

was authorized to be used in coactrueting -
water, works, sewerage and -'
L an electric light plant owned by the ABE
city. A survey will be made at once : I JAKE
tinder authority of the J .
mayor and --4
council and it Mil be determined early --- .- -' "- -- ..: .
whether sewerage will be put In la .. ::4
connection with water works at this -"
time. The question submitted will c 4
authorize a supplementary Issue from

Tide time If-rt to for Is time all deemed at until one the Inadvisable issue.limit Is reached to pro-, l I ',.," " ',.," " " '" " " "l" " " : .

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