The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."

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.. [I ylll, "III" +""t""t"1"" ," '," ," ," ," ," ," ," '," ," " " "111ii1GF I Mrs A. B. Brumby, of this: city, OUR SPECIaL EDITION. -

. .-- and her daughter; Miss Hattie, of 'I --
.I Ocala
.I -- -- Athens, (J*., are enjoying a trip to Officially and Financially Endorsedby i
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.I t, Washington, D. C. Board cf County Com mis- i,
.i < 1r I Offers

.I < Mr. L. :. Brumby returned Sunday sioners. I e1
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.I from Seabreeze, Jacksonville and The action of the board of county I
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.I .t other points, where he ha be'npeLding 1 commissioners Tuesday informally
.t F J The Largest SlocltsAdvance
.t the past few weeks. endorsing by a unanimous vote the Ii
.t industrial
.i ... Mr. Byron West, of Jacksonville, forthcoming pecitl Styles
edition of the and in
Ocala Banner
. E after a few days! visit in Ocala with Modern MethodsCompetitive
. It you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have appropriating the sum of $l2i:: for the
.i E nl@lIt"tlonery. You're in a box it you haven't the paper, and ::: his friend, Mr. Osco ZwadsKi, left .
. nice bos if it here. We have distribution on their own account of Prices
p paper is in a you many stylesI Sunday: for Tampa.
. 10W copies of this issue to prospective(
. Mrs. Bessie McConnell and daughter Quick ShipmentsBy
. POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. settlers in Florida from the northernand

. Gladys, hive to Atlanta to
-1 gone western states is indicative of the Busy Merchants B'
several weeks. From there I
. -rE modern progressive! spirit that has l7io Bank With m
. they will go to New York to remain a
actuated the present board.
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I 1 year. From an agricultural or industrial
. I .y Stewart Harris returned to Citra ]
h Marion is
standpoint county today
Tuesday after a brief visit in this BANKERS J J
. 3 easily in the van of her enter counties -
. He will leave next Monday for
city. Ocala Florida.!
and the determination upon the
. : J- Asheville, >. t', where he is attend- .
. part of our people to let the world at
. -- -- ing school. whit have .frB 1 1J j
. r- large understand fully we

.. Jll11111111111111111111111111111111'11111111jlll11jlljl111'! 111111jlll1 iS: j Master Bonnie Redding who baa accomplished, what \ve are doing - .

. I been spending the past ten days in and the great natural udvantaze-t we "
. --- ;I Ocala with his grandmother, returnedto possess, cannot but result! in advan- fr ** 5iw ft / ;
. VSif V' fer Ta -"s V "7 .
. --- iI: his home at Jaek-ouville Tuesday tageto all. The number of inquiriesnow
[C4r.v AN m
. a I afttruoon. being made in regard, to Florida r

. David Woodrow i is exceptionally large, and Marion
. ', Mrs. B. J. Potter, Miss Valeta Pot- :w: :#/ a Nickel plated. 1
. county was: never in a better position -; 1
. ter and Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Liddon : :Y, Patent frames. ;
1 13S72 to advertise her rt'>l4>urc '. ( !
. PHOSPHATE: LANDS.If are at present stopping at tbe innd |te--- : Plain nets and
. The special edition (.f the Ocala i ll'V"v ,
. 1: View hotel, Saratoga Spring, K. Y. ;
with lace.Bobinet
. : I Ii Banner has assumed even larger pro. I .

. i i Hear t clubs are multiplying rapid- I portion tlnu at first t.-nutemplated, nets j

.. you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or ly in all parts: of the country. One was and we feel that with the consumwation Plain and lace

. lease on royalty communicate with him. 1 organized in a Texas! town the other of our plans, a paper will be 1
. trimmed. .
. l I| day with over rive hundred mem- printed that will be of incalculible J

. t bers. benefit! f to Marion county and to 1r-
. ...-:- FURNITURE 00, ,
Oeala. -
. Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla. I! Mr. GeorgeV.. Martin, of this city, i.
. n The widest posit le dinrihutiou has ;ea. E. C. SMITH, Prop.
. i i is a business visitor to Jacksonville. ]
. i 1 been Mrranged for not outs, must
for the Ocala
i> is purchasing goods
. thoroughly in this sate! but in the "
. News Company of which he is one of """:"" gin

. uu t:.:: 2ASSIS, I.::al Sifter I Mr. L. L. Meiggs, of Orange I j tile owners. north and west and .. -ue coa,;i lerable r--7 i I j

. Spring, was anions tbe prominent number abroad.
. Miss Wartmann, of Ultra, DRUG
The finest of and the PT1-MONOPOLY
. visitors Ocala on Monday.Mr. qualify paper
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. who is well Known in this city, kit .
t tI5i
. best half tone ilhivrauoiit" are to I e i
. anti Mrs. Paul C. Davis and Mr. Tutwliyfor < :Uines\ille, (;1&., where usel!. 1

.. The Miiiul MetruH I | ,lU, will soon be aud )[r.... J. A. Jordan visited, Silver sLo u ill resume her musical and literary Medii'ine is cue thin; that Clauds between life and death. Your

. Springs together Sunday. studies in Rrennau College.Mr. -- --- physician writes a prescription that will drf you good if properly put |j

. S+rued M daily.TlMlVtUilliga up and! good pure,drugs: ued. We are now prep-.retl to rill

. school l will olleuY Avoid serious results of Kidney or \V.1.. ;::;frherou, one of the $15.00 tious at short notice with ,drugs from Park, Davis: & Co ,

. Madder disorder by taking Foley's substantial t-mzens of Redda-k: was lID equtlly reliable houses. It I'+ worth your while to think I'r.wrlr-1

.. >J y. ""'I" ::."'. Kidney Cure. Pwtoffice Dru, Store.m in Ocala Tus.lay and repeated that 1 subject and insist! on your prescriptions beiuu. brought '

. i __ FOR ThIS SIZE. nothing but the very best drugs that can he procured are used.Full
. )fr.$aW 1M I,tlf lalnesville.. was inQa1r Ida same: pleasant remark about the l i1
Miss Shelly' outer and Miss:
. Tu..y. Ocala lUuutr bring a household \ ELi l or \\11111"11I1 i i055'f m Line of Starjdard Paterjt Medicines.Our .
. Morgan spent Sunday in Ocala
. Mr. J,1'trrwu Moody left Monday Miss Fannie Clark. ueces.iity.Mrs. .. a
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. for Atlanta and roit. IAlulll. Caro Murrell and sou, Robert, Line of
went down to
Tltss Jean league
. -- who have been: spending the summer fife) Toilet Soaps, Peraurrjery) Fcncy Stationery Etc.
. tI l*.*rt harm' or Citm, is visiting Lady Lake Tuesday to spend a few with friends and relative at Columbia ,
. : Cannot he surpassed iu central \Florida, and as to
price, we tan
hbcuttriu,1''rauk Harris Jr. days: with her Iri1mHur u j
..l and Chester, S. C., returned home :- ; only say that we propose standing strii'ily up to what our name

of cjivBib Todd who i is spending Tuesday. Mrs Murrell, who was so indicates.
. )Ira \\. K. l' utlduu, : Mrs..C. C. /

.. returned home Monday. the summer at Clinton, Ky., i N speudiui ill before: she wens away, has almost Give Us a Call,

. { this: week at Owentboro, Ky. entirely renamed her goof health.
, Tb IVU Ititles Uft Monday for 1 ANTIMONOPOLY DRUG STORE
Professor J. H. Worsman, of Teuuesse _
, tucauipliueut at Jacksonville.IU If John Temple Graves were as .
, the newly elected principal of ,
. logical a-t be j is rhetorical he wouldbe I l
> Aouit Edwards, of WilUton the Ocala High school, arrived iu the a5aI
, one of the great men of the I rte'-NSc Sa" e5u5rv5a5au r5 lurmlh131n50ii3gu3lni3gSI !iiSEtillii3l>i rv5a5! iij
, ,WfUUlug' MM Leafy" nylvester.Mouthy city Monday nigbt. Professor Work-I M734GUARANTEED I = =
, country.
with Dr. and Mrs.
uiau i is:: stopping
, Labor Day but It G. T. Maughs and FOR 25 YEARS.
, Mr )lr. and Mrs. Lindsay at the Manse on Ft. King C. I. GRACE.IO .
, err owl gcmrruMy oUerved ionIL MM arah Devis left Mondayfor .
try l: little The school will open on the ;
. several avenue. = :Successor to Central lumber co.:
( Americus, Gto Spend
. Sth of September. FRED. 0. Dealer In
, )1r. (1uar. n. Lloyd, of the Hatttt weeks.
, Mr. Ben Rheinauer, who has been ------FLORIDA. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,
, | ,Ucti 1'nugdtate UIUI'.UY'' was iuki For a bilious attack take Chamllt'rlalu's OCALA
and Lathe and Brick.
anda spending the summer at his old home Siding, Shingles
III stomach and Liver Tablets
( a aloiiday.sir. ------ -
Manufacturer of
, certain. For ale by in Germany, is now in New York
-- quick cure is Mrs.( Clara Burt "'ore his returned
, Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door and
aDd II" J. }. Norton, of t.rmr.t.urar all druggists and medicine dealer inWe purchasing goods for Ilhiuauer & ,
, from /Seabree/.e >4tlo r short stay,
Window Frames Mantels Church Seats School
III are vkiliuK friends iu this:: Compary's big dry goods establish Pulpits,
. are pleaded to learn that Mrs. reportsevm> . He will return to Ocala in a
"I ment. .
, of Reddick, who has themselves.Vh I were I she a'"is ted
h. Light,
, L. receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

, A UtJr drltNttr wa.. l"ru to )Ir.IW brew dangerously ill, [is much belter.Mr. couple of Meeks.The in landing: ., :3W: ) punui i ihark, measuring sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

, Mt*. Jrrry Huriutt Monday Messrs.[ Teague, of Oeali, are nisi, fet an.1 itflit ini-hes in
JUker have
and Mrs. Charles
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, atcht.lr. Ft. engaged in getting out bard wood length. He iivi wt'ii i tm four pilots, I
rented Mrs. C. C. Todd's house on
, from the hinimoffes around Paine'sparairie but three of them made their !
, ) II |II. iMfttMUr: w\{it to Lees avenue for the mouth of September escape
businessX Bins lOud shipping it to Ocala, before they could be caught. As a
, bare Turatry fur Ii brief

, licit. _u_ where it i is sawed up into buggy and place for n'cuIert.tiugIrol.: : B. says J. A. PITTMAt & SON.
, formerly Okahump- sizes thenceready
, returnedne I Mrs. Marsh, wagou spokes and rim Seabreezscan't tie beaten.
Mta has
, lue MtVMM ka but now of Jacksonville, is iu the for shipment to all parts of the I
ha tarn Mrs. D. G. Eichelberger and daughter
wW Tttltlr.M .lU'fl'
r r : city, tbe guest of her friend, Mrs. J. country.-Gainesville Sun. OCALA FLORIDA. 1
, fur .>OlMr UIUt' :Miss Anuie Gray: are among the "-
. J. (lerltt. $25,000,000 Given Away ;
. -------- litest arrivals\ Mrs. Eiche1btrgerrt''endy I

, 1. .Ill't lUlUvul upto JacksonBWTu :Mr. T. B. Ltuier, of Tavarep, super- la tbe past year Dr R. V Pierce has: been living in Baltimore, It!

, *..l.> w.U.-.1 the turpentine I vir of registration of Lake county, I II has given i away copies of his great where her d.;u,httrr baa been takinga "

,. I rperaturr wrr4M g.Mi. i iI1U& i in iu the city the guest: of Mr. S. W. work, the People's Common tense courin mu.ie.lr.: E.
special :
I to him
, I I Medical Ad vber,at an expense Your i

, j ..* .\ MUMi rr\urnt'fJ Tuesdayfat Tt'a;;ue. of J25.XJ< ,CHH O exclusive of postnge. is one of the most successful garduersin Neighbor i

, viral to Mrs. J. J.'rUliot at I After a mouth' visit iu Ocala Mr. This standard boo l on medicine aDd the Arch Creek ?eciiou.-Miami ras ;

: J Naatoll on tare Wtir. !I }{. T. Casou has returned to hU home I hygeuie, contains 100$It pages of andover tbe cor. in Times Uui u. Says you need new furniture in your home, and you know it too, t

i at Island trove very much improved 70() illustrations.. treats: of Used for Pnenmonia.Dr. well as your neihbof.does.: Now is there any hood reason j

I )It. W /. AtkiMMfi, ,.f the Ciuoniup !I I II greatest: : and gravest problems why you should not have it? If you think you know the reason i
j in health. human life in simple English, from a C. J. Bishop of A-uew, Mich.,
and tell and will show that there is 1
'I LYOttyr '.. (;II.'II1, "la., was: come us, we you absolutely
\ +vtiy,at I Capt. James CribOilt, of Largo, one j i common sense point of view. It answers I siys, "I have used Foley's Honey and no foundation:: ; for your reason. \\Te can fit out your home from I

a .I"'r. I.> o.,*,. tt.Idxy.krti of the most enterprising men in the !I those questions of sex wb'chI I Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia cellar to attic and make it have the appearance of a home instead I

, ; in town attending Mr. : I nger unspoken on the lips of youtha with got>d results in every of just -place to stay." Let us quote you prices on !
or tlUIt cU.rl'i was
, L. T tw state, i
, Ittaiug fnu k and relatives in autihtwi Chambliss' big cattle >ale.i book, aud its advice iu a moment More. mMr

,, Ala i Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, one of the I. Of Hidden illness or accident may bet M. Handle-smau left fiiturlny FURNITURE OF (ILL KINDS. t ti

, --- Jrocery t'OIupanJ' most ie means of saving a valuable life. tj.
, fir some: SlUilU.f Sarasota, was interviewing This gnat work is sent absolutely free for Charleston to join Mrs. Handles-

, **iu'rl/ of Aullnmy, i* visiting popular representatives ou receipt of stamps to defray the man who is visiting there. They will
, Tuesday.
merchants : I
, Mrs4a to Orlat*!*. Ocala-- cot of mailing only. Send 21 oneceit both go on to New York, where they
-.- --- makes the diseaied : tta'ups for the book in ptperbindulg
---- Cure purchase elaborate and elegantatock
Kidney will an
: ] (, lr .... ", *, ,.rt-ehtt'ut of Stetson Foley's kidneys: sound so they will I or 31 stamps for e'.oth: coders of fall and winter goods for the J. A. PITTMAN & SON. Y
j from the blood. Address Dr. R V. Pierce, Buffalo,
, .; I \'tll'thlt, bx< Nat lu hi," reeignati eliminate the poisons; N Y. Boston Store. -' s

t r +lc. l'o"to1Uc" Drug Store. m 0d.
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DUUELLOI. BELLEVIEW NEWS. :- FORT lI COY. e'ala. R'eectendour hope* for : I
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ET ryihic? hlr u u ;ins oa !i b\l..w I( Rev. E. Carrier returned Tu .ap The Wli.3D, Cypres Comp ny hire M W. H. tLalteltotd, for a tang !; fJl

AsgaLar MucJI'l Mutic-Ihtun iaEr; live last The >mi'rea:1ts are j J Jty. from Mount Dora, where he has been girdled their fine body: of cypress in note pifetmasfer at this t lach s I' u st ..e "' r : e.
Zit Ibex .., ,T .
of lmart e Attended to. L* '
-y dty by doe naps-sits;; immesCara ., attending c&nip meetings for the pat : Raiding swamp and have mov t."I1 to.Yill u-odere, bia resi aatiuo, and 4i-* ....! r11k

Ta dI boari of paWie mstrceuoa in of ztxids prr j,ari ory Mrr takbg two W -ti.M'bool 1 creek 5'-&illP. where they will heartily eooimende Mr. G. 0Tamer. j" + "'"
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aad fM Horn eoaaty Ftondi, met7tb : t'. of aa eaonnoos basjntia thi did Dot open this vevk s* soon! complete: the girdling of another of tots piae, as hu *& ***-+* ./tal.L 4. J w*. rttsaaenrty

Gn rpL with G. 3. ss&tt, ehair- winter.The the repairs wtre not eompleted. Ex- bit;; lot of tinitoer. Mr. (Jooct-r, who Mr. E. Parker an i wife, of Leroy, CI n.. ... ". ."- _
:bat. ....... w. ..
r.8 ; B. P. Etittb and J.s. Un:1tbm new h&tci: X:. hsw; eootnctor pRs ta have it Sashed by next: Monday I ia foreman of the girdling gan:;, Mys raited hitt"viile Soadaj.Mr. re-s. aHood's -%-

I rEyeir4're !. tcfe a* will fcSni'hrd within : and school will open fcr the fall that the oomp&nyi'ilI build tueir o. O. Tornt-r has eommrncHi Sarsapariifa

$ of It tnE tiGz rend and the SiXt w?*5 i Of t<3 dij*. It trim. : coal and pail till this timber out inside wont on a fine n rw dwelling m pi&ea It prmplil '..c1"1o .

aflgTt i. Ida seat tW'i)-?t.ory. building sad !i The regukr monthly meeting: of of five months. Some of tfei* of the cur recently eoatuau-d by p bkt04!eie1y OB dl saint cents'&, I' ... Y

A alt Wi ?: atol to Mr. May- Wf era a Z70QO-1 piCe of about tidtt I the MarOGic lodee was held fast cat- timber will be to ban five b......- tu to*. er.eeaa M..i iu r- ., r

M&. i4bUj3 from th FEI- f-et The JuaWtrf Brothers ire now i, urday cisht in the Masooie oaiiding. get it into the ricer where it w:.1 tit- I M r. B. T. R4pe delivered lw) very to anufe far !M> r ,

IB**** to A Eb *t T irffcooL cx ving tbeirdry' ? rda ud fiery i The tow election was: held Taea- rafted find et .rt rd for the eonipauutt lo.restiog rauMis nuaday to sPine tI...... 1t.--v rf "lwi- ..

Mr. J. D. Canoil apfared bSortae < store, to this baildiBz. This 4r.n I milUD_ P :atkllo. The SIcEwh- ..
d.iy..J.. very light vote cast a; one bl5 I L.rcougft':1t: un. peer+ittLV. '. aeo..l ,

fcHl aad anted: fur art to carry will ns pri-itie&Sly! all the aroosd j third of the voter did not go near ern mill company of Pine have lately C'sn.E Jaa IMSB tun'a'' r .av,. .rT..

bb eUMres to v-fauoi i? the r ado ire floor of the twikiia;, one room for j jthe the polls. The elected were }Ir. boaghtrcEral tracts of land lu this and than tLv .. e

M w.t 11 bad that they eanatt zroeery department one Cha:. Tremere, mayor: Mr. Tom :-eetion, and are now building tram Stamps. .11 wwbich
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One by one Ute criled
i-d so- tloelw -
ref the
walk. The re' Jtrt was a*
ziA sod another for fl4 : Mitchell, tax &rs-or and collector; from their: mill to it. It 13 reported .
ly defray .
sspett. ,
will thin3 that bare hitherto btroeaat
ddire that not
tr.IC lu it bardWiI.C
ridej the lare ?pk e I Pro Green clerk and tr&asnrer; J. that: liter on they will lay a tteei rail IB tIIIt MviHf nI ....-. '.
children aniif! a=Itft: b.5 without value ore being: t1. =-
pay for .iTepiag rs :pied by Xibbier Brothera in the j i IL Freeman, Pay. Mr. Deveaeaa, J. and put a loeo-BOire on it slid >.-011.ntet theMassa sector flit .
\"ated to the list of -U. *
useful snicirt.The fc' ,
of 1.Adaala
.aa save lit exp-a-< maintaictga new ctrl building they are erG? N. Nelson and Simon: McClermon, with the Seaboard Air Line rail- Jwrtrtra .

....... most warthlen. refuse becomes
jnet wit of it a Large warehouse for eoonetlmen. rod some where near the }r dow5.

1 t e pervtir n of MeBride catered nnexpeetedly valuable. Suteuncw sore a .Mre '. etle Isy
ii ux33e parpoo.d. Mrs. J. S. shfedd has been very ill. The many friends her and el-e-

sreeati awartd and v-ked that their and wa te prodIet that have hither '1!<.. Iatlatt.. Br-n.' .. .tarlet.
A erowd of 3pnrwmen went ont on Dr. Iziar of Oeala, U auendin; her. where of UUs.Martin, :the ae- "
egilwl fee rua only foot months. The to been regarded as mere nuisance &. AJ drafpM+;r..' ,..-
a fox hunt T&eadiy night and *;:@> Mr. Tom Miteiiell'a arm ia eloulyimproviE eomphshed and be&atifai: daughterof .
if it JailM to \ .
are daily developing into articles of eurs. : .yobsa .
r..t Wa.of celled ia bazgic; one, the hide of and Mra. Mitchell ia oat & and Mrs. H. C. Martin, are aabA is am *a* t \ .
It VM oritred" that a Kited be commerce; and fanners and manafacturers -
bkh Manual Gordon BOW' f(. *3.Yr. aaia.Mr. plt'aF.td to learn that the baa won a

{1gttattia a* to usjUr santos and the who h&vebeen throwing
c.: Fcinber one of oar horsing I Dan Lyfes who ia eono ted sehoIar hip at DiFauias springs.
breost ..,..borbc ds. these prodacta away suddenly realize .
-rehiat-, leas ka.-d the lot jnnBorth with the eaastroetioa department of She will leave for that place the first '..;;s
Th that they have been neglecting a large .3
faUowia anwjoi were arant4lfce ?
of the Hollaadx.forth briek of October.
the 6. A. Lb, u taking a month's vacation \ *
Kfaoob roamed 'bek for source# wealth
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boiiding and will erect: thereon a substantial and is repairing the old Whoa J. W. dtevens, whr baa been eo1'eet. :-:, --
._: CJupro, JIT; Eureka, $7.80; II What it more worthless, aci-ording: .
bosuus boiidiof This Till ten Place near the lake. !rig Ute delinquent taxes of Orange I I

SbUob, IS; F itow*bip, f5; Pedro, to popular{ ideas, than an old pine ... -
be bPgmt at oaee and as aooa u it iIt Mr. rf. Converse, of the OcaU :N.,veity Sprmgs Eureka aud Fort McCoy: | -- .
".t1 Citra. t5 Aathooj, t+ 3. { stan mp! I I (;;:,; :-.; ...., -
: ; eumpld will be ot .:plat by ins Wurka/ !spent a few days m tow bait about completed his work and | / ,
It w*. otdeftcl that the Pine Gr 6 ve e I i Yet taase siuaipr* UiW navrr : !S I Im I ; -
furniture .
acre.Mc tbtn wees.ifr will report to Coiiestor: E It. Csrarciu : _,_ ,'--
foeaUonkc ;;st value. It *' i i ___ '-" _-
i.rd > 4 moved
k<* fat- to a .i dra R. H. ?4&adf and J. L.Leiuwr I : *. V '' *.u"rlb.: of ('4(lltO"}: iVi.iUk -> a Yzts 4"5', ; I '""-:::' -- ...
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oy were in Opola Monday .....ij ; ,.' her ...,.irC. }Ir-.. F'taY P-i+.',. H (.'. Mar'taUi +, }n have bus
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p.GLui.i..iaiiM.'b: th- Plus thus 'i ;I.-I.tl:" : f-' iu.,
e'j Tuesday w ibe iaterei err tht lJUJ 1 ">f r. A \.3 Lj..i'- kit 4lut..iij ft.r .1wdlw eottipicrd. Tiii:1 well ue : ; i I ,
au.i !-iaEiLif'1 1.urhflods ..5 !. IIr. 'I); :.. ..111m '. ': .: .. I ,-, I
4;tlQu brWgao'ro* wp nver aud we: O.: tli aLd ji aErlt Ilia i:mjjJiSy ilHtTHtit a u.jti ? tUf UH lum-t.." IL ':U" tiJt1 : /
TL* f.tg" .ato s t,! w. e. Wrikuptr'm 'I tnel"fro"- ." .. .,'j, ,Jr"d :,,, ,
nndaraa+i fie hSl'tI .... '.. "
fran4eoieQt tile t:''_' iliAi1dtl J..'.kv.s.r. u riui-: -
a t: of l.cIn'.n l1'W daotrid, I about tHr 0 ct-Oipiete-i fur ua tiMisi ft;',110. I II Tar! : Ar,-.c'\s '> ."-!, ii( nj ,u ;7:7ti 1";.e pu;: ,f.. .''i tii,>.: hi ,shit ]li..l'r s ,.- $2l. 'l

W'4' sctrptrd awl ttr trtJttf b 1IoS'': I Anal FetIwil! g ;, ex .':c tlGrfteirllIety I II lu.td 'a.uia'':.:' ...'. I'rfal t.tv "-.-rtac : optiicd! -! .*.{,j'ity! iji, i-rr i -:-.; it.r r- .. Fzlol'I.tr-.. ui : \ H --l... ')[r-.S ..! 1

1 ,4rUd: ptr<,ii* of t:.- -eho- tJ) r'K'fndtJend What is I.;,.. d
I and Br JllitW111!, rS., *hJref:! i,a.- gell'! Lat 1 ; ; t;:*-y jc-f. uu a of Lake Cuy.

W a auI1.. pcr,..,U t.:111: Ui: n21i I. been vissi'ng; fnkiwi- f, list .... In the :'a-. '.,4-i.; nor,it I >' ,: '
r t fe* J'jiiii ." he '
p Wsy': a4rni a. ui. artrrtlrr;: : F..rw:: 5 (1t'xniriYtnt : tf *:!atlfcr r
pared I, but we do Enow :.", : k nu-j-r -;. BEST iREABENUS' -
sail piCtlc. Aril thr :il'IGt here has opsn&a nj a "fu-h n'>q'& i/f

J. F. "*>gaj/r. \U a.zrtted tlE e.4 n.tt..t I stiles J.eia liirnea. uhf.! wt law. AbUse that ; rVc:' -i :.. 'Ii..r ,,L. : ;. .
u< -a t'1Jt"! j Liu)>'ju.AS 'l.aticr wui GrsL y'redf a u"r:1i, juefAa'dswnfb wi. ""
tn 42"j thurm. *- yu h Laicc Weir<< Mrs. fteHife Lsnfl pain resultI:r'_''4.N- hv:L_ ..i. .. M Uf.'lt"J'O- 111\: t
*r for Uie P&eek t I (* .hi!:!: they eeboal: to Wei dale. II I derangement the org&Lr .. :.. ntea..i ,'C-: ..t ;. .L ItI.oo
w recaruni to her tuimen: {)%I I tiir twenty mile dnv In the afteriiiwu the atate3' stare Ijf &a s t'twed'
Mr. J. DAadaiwua Hticrrz to carry the t1"atinEeaaj. I in eonsispitiou, h'-i.- ci- ,: .; f' ',>r 1r'e ,.,: ..
played the Aultiooyteam
sefaoo* to < .tra, and J. H. Try trouble. D'. KiBsrs X.. v Life Pill ?! !l&tu.' .:tony: Crl! j .
Mr D.
Graham, route **.-nt of :tfon.15 to 14 m favor of Bel.e. Quite a number of the yuog: foil;e
&'v k. the Blue spring 1dl,1 to 'i'JickareadjUi>t this l: > got-flUe. :
fcoathtrii Exprt C-iOipauy. whereon here gathered at the home of Mr.
v.ew. They left there about.live:. yet thorough Only 5c.
IhiarieJo : Auu. ,
booiaett Wednesday. At O 'ala they had supper and part of and Mis. J. W. Stevens a few mba s Monopoly store and lyoings <'n. at BAXERYI
$iru to advancr money to ca a L
Mr. Will Cox, formerly of tbbtlaft. tae team drove home. The other half ago aad engaged iu a game of t1 nch.
eel1ari *Miiii4 were opeowt wid I
bot for the peat few months of stayed for the night express. Tbe The Sunday fecbool is in a flour h-
r.... Marie Cbacubl'uw offered tomumata I
Katbleet, Polk county, waa here Anthony oa ball team threaitu to ing condition. More interest was '!n''fll"' "'
roar all area ehanre revea -
Wed&pap shaking bands with his folio them immediately and beat manifested last Sunday than Ueual. r- .H,
-ebtt: ii.tcrt t from date of rave :
old Daanelloa friend. them ou their n>kL They arrived, The colored baseball teams of Der- --- -- !'
..au W'Vr4a1l318' taken op by treThe 3?- !
Our public school opened MondayIbnming 1-5 strong, and after dinner at the tel and Daiey played a tie game last -r -- '
Mr. H. A. Ford offered to eah I I _,
with an outlook of havingone i >Semiuoie they prx-teded to the dia Saturday evening at Daisy. ::::: ...
ii tornado honed! at the CentrVia a! t
of the mofet eacowef errata in mond. Wwru had been sent urou std Master John 1V. .Sievwis was snake

Butt at five per cent from its history. Prof. Lovell id prinei pal and rue girls turned oat, no a largecroa'd bit eiriy Tut*iay morning. Hw i SPECIAL OFFER !I
jslaof bww until taken
by trMi-
op and u biy aasisted by Siiaeeit Dais y wu in attendance. '!'ham Beile.TkW father took him in a buggy and drove !
1 rr... Ifc .
pc..tlioo ',f H.Ford ,
Xillian and Ruby Bay;el. buys beat them 2S to 8. The five miles in thirty minutes to Dr. -
Twebeeered awl the chairman and w -
Our citizen are wry anziooa to game lasted until nearly 6 o'clock. Parramore, wno soon had him all :;: '
every was iatruetHi to make the :2 I7
have }!r. Gordon oar city marshal .right r ... .
Lame loads of cotton are daily being ...
memory arrangement; to have waulr at* ;;
run sheriff of Marion OPEN ONLY
ooanty. He taken to the Believie TradinCompIDT& ii; Raised From the Dead.:

ae ee.hkd. lla3 made us an excellent official in
narehoa-je.' Mr. J. N.thedd C. W. Landis for the On-
A pttition from eac-h of the tschoolaFI "porter" I
big Irbtnt capacity, and we believe ISTIi 1 1903.}
{ is in the saddle daily looking coral hotel, Chanate, Kan. ?ay; ,

iiJ.gtoaarniOik Hill, were prebvttUd the voters: of the'County would m>
to die toard akin? the boa rd mistake in electing him to this neuralgia deed I did, and I got a bottle -- --
u attending to the unloading at r -
U can dtetiocj to create each into a important offict-. of BaUard's snow Liniment and I r-
the tore house, JOSH.OCKLAWflHfl .
ijpMtel; tax aehool dj.-trid. The becreUry WITHLA Coo CAIn t was 'rll! =ed from the dead I tried to THE WEEKLY ;

get some mere, but before I had 4de-
was io;truett'l to icvttigatebKth FROM TWO POINTS OF VIEW.
ONGES. po-ed' of my bottle, I was cured entirely. -
pciitHHj aDd if found to be I I am tdlin' de truth too.'' = OGALA BANNER I ;

rfad by one fourth of the 'qualifiedvotM&tt To the Editor oi the Ocala Banner I 25e, 50c. and Jl.OO at Antimonopolydrug

ho pay taiw oc real or personalMffty Ai I Mite two newspapers lie before Some Good Crops Assured-Business store. mGAITERV1LLE. ::

} and live within the territory me, one i'u tbe Atlanta I GaJtHirnal Changes Along Local Lines. :-: Until? January .i 1905, and cithv. .'' ,, '_ :;:

tbdltwd in said petitions to adver- the other the Lew -ton (Me.Journal. Capt. and )In;. J. L. Casey, M:re. == below 1 IDEntlOnpaptrs tug < :.v Z
U.. that dcti(, u will be held at the James Hill and son Arrived home this Toe Gaitervilleites are enjoying th r year from date of subecriptiuii ;

HIIoIt bou.ea i in t&eh district on S dt> Both contain an article on cotton. week from Cleveland Ga., where they change in the weather, but a sudden -r _..

aR *'. Oct. 17, l&e.V. The Atlanta paper L fall of praise i I spent the month of Adjust very t: change, especially at this season of E- ONLY 185. -;

\ D. forW. P. Brown, the New Orleans pleasantly. ...
CARS Secretary. the year, is inclined make people r

-, ---_. Cotton King for his uonderfal Mist! Blanche Hall, of Candler, will feel slrepy.Mr. -- -4

A Tender Bud Transplanted. achievement in forcing up the price open the public school here October 1 G. B. Brooks left Sunday evening Semi-Weekly Jacksonville Times-Urn* .n, :..:.

, t.*. Miter os the Ocala Bauer of cotton from nine cents to twelveCfut )&L == Thrice-a-week New York World
i| : for Ocala from which place be ;

0* Saoday eveoiBs, Sept. 6, Got!. per pound and it elos its art iLevi Grantbam has bought the : The Commoner [Bryan's
; 't, will go to Palatka where he will meet paper 3
tree tll-wire Father, eaw: fit to call cle after the following fashion == The
stock of Weekly Toledo Blade
general mercbanaibe from G. the Miami Rifles of which organization [ tilu>u". ;
bB to Heaven a little child, the "All the !south is excited the T. TheSenii-Wt- 'kiy
over fctrozier and i.3 daily addiu; to it.Mr. he is a member, and from there Atlanta Jounu s f
ttot born of Mr. a.ndr*. G. A. brilliant ma.rl1qemel1t of Mr. Brown, E The
fctrozser will locate either at um- be will them to Jackson Weekly Atlanta Conatit ;,; ;
i accompany -
and be
can command tbe
lVttway. Only few +
a weeks
W a' be
merfield -
every planter." or Perry. i ville where they go to join the Florida ..
eparwi to brighten and glad lenItratta the j :: I -...
:\1i.1f Lizzie
The Maine paper is not w elated of-Q'Erien, is : ctate Troops for their yearly eu- -
of the foud and ...
loviag parent. vision g her cousin Miss Maggie I I
those over this acfaieveojent and: takes an ; campment.Vhentbeencampmeat TIME LIMIT.
Oaly who have
fcbartd !suchWwaveuituls I
: Xixon.V. .
entirely different view of tbe matter. !. ia over he will go to Inverness to *.<- The above 3
realize clubbing will I
can the ol proposition -
pain E. F Itsay-itbat! whether this advance I prior be withdrawn "
toe grttl stricken pareuts.awl on September 5ih, .I I ?
in the price of cotton has helped! the known as $ati'e Seminary, on !' to his depirture. subscriptions sent under this offer mil' .
l Id m all Lope the little I ::
planters the kouth aaa whole, or Like: Weir and will move it to Weir I! Mr. Johnl Bra:.s retained to accompanied by this advertisement.I" s
that k
beckoning up higher will not Park for a aweilin,-hou e the i Ocala! ; subscribers may renew under this j I'rl I'j ::
only a few block gamblers, it has been on lake Saturday after spending several : tiun
ttwkoa in a- by
vain. front. I paying arrearages which nia.' \ -' :::
'l1w reuiaius were interred in Cedar hurtful to & large part of the poor and days with relatives and friends at = i :SI

indigent Mrs. Perry Bach is: visiting friends I this place.
Grove population of the earth: i .a

.cemetery B. T. HLl'e Monday conducting, reptembei7llev. the who are solely dependent upou cotton I and -Ulive! at Crystal! Kim. Mr. .S. Robettson: of Levy county, : Terms: Strictly Cash in Advance. I'

t btrvkes. fur covering for their bodie, and Carney Brf)!;. will have something was a und"y visitor and attended
entirw ::
(coinaiunit winter cowing on their su1! ring will near I.j; Jl') boxes of oran;;w on their church at Cedar Grove. I 3 .
symuthized with ..
grief stricken ::: THE .
I be very keen and intense. island grove! Radford Bro, about Mr. H. Q. Brass made a busing I BANNER Contains Twelve Pages Weekly ::c
in their E
parents bereavement Consisting of City flews,
The quebtiou I propound is this : 13W, and Hoyle, Tunley & Ayer a trip to Ocala Saturday returning early ; : News Telegraph News from County hews State ;
A FRIE D.I I Every Part of
Do our candidates for public nt five few hundred boxes There Sunday morning.Mr. I the World, Political
Gaiter i Fla., I frrpt. 10. U a News and Comment :S:
who are so loud and bcathiog in their J. H. Brag who is on a business Communications Etc.. Etc j
denunciation sprinkling: of fruit on all the groves ::
Card of Thanks. : of the far-a-way trip to Taylor county is expected -
"pooh combines on this side of the lake.WANTED -
trusts, etc. look -
We wh home this week. a -
to \
tender our bear tfelt; with favor upon "pooN, combines or \UDR :)sa '

thanks! to the friends trusts that Messrs. W. L. Brooks and 2>. C.
many : who be I, : bring about a substantial -faEVERAL IXDCSTRIOUS PERsons The Bonner

kindly assisted us during the illness,,t advance in the price of hornet Iii} eleven, in years each slate and to with travel a large for house capital established, to call Dees made a flying trip to OeaIa Sun -- Ocala, lorida.

death and burial of our little wn ducts such for instance a3 cotton, upon profitable mrrcnant line PmnearntraIagelaest and agents lor successful and day. ar aa i
pho-pbate, lumber cash salary of Ire and Weekly -
Lester Gold. turpentine oranges and hotel bills all traveling eii.tabta Frouitbe smiling countenance of ,'
cantaloupes, etc? advanced in cash each w eek. a-
MK. fcxpenencr not eJiMot: L Mention reference our East G&iterville friend ;
0. A. POTE and e.Jcloo.e we judge 1
AY.n I PLAIN Joux SMITH.t.n selfaddressed envelope. T1IH I
ATIOS..UI.3J411tarborD St. dlca go > that things are coming hia: way jlljllllljlljlljlljlljlljlljlllllllllllllllllllljlljllilll


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t g, 1W .w.ar.t. thisaa e.tth? I THE OCALA RIFLES. ,
n.al'a worth.N .
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IM NO r ttet hdar 110'hoer. I Entertains Most Delightfully for Miss The Crabs Crawl Away With Another

..._ +rot l uw..hcd bf _D. I gurney and Mis: Barco. Ocala's Military Company Leaves Victory. S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

IItlle c ',Id u\ft1 The home Monday Night for Camp.
i.p$ of Mrs. Clarence Campon The second of the series of
.s ...Ie t..Ch they may weep; I If"IW'oCltft'1 game
., Itather'rpis_. Camp Heights::: way the scene of an Our excellent military organization, three to be played on the Ocala diamond

,\ MMM.1.! ? .,nsmer d.rai unusually delightful party Friday the Ocala Rifles, will start for Jacksonville between the baseball teams of Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. r

....eMit'.''r seer *"*"*. evening. The :
guests of honor on this Monday night where they Jacksonville Tampa took place at
.tMt pole M au ;
YJIIIC..tII"n"foW.I l paia', wrft release; occtsion were Miss Daisy Nurney, of will go into a camp of instruction the Driving Park Friday afternoon. '1

trt l-Ut.pe IIiItHd .to Mft. Suttolk, Va., the at'ractive sister of for ten dajs. The weather conditions were favorable We carry the most completeline

.,-.MS t d II kwC'yOe i.Ie a,Ioffl'.e well.re4Wt a wise; Mrs. Jack Camp, and Miss Sue Barco, The Rifles have been practicing in the crowd large aud the diamond of Harness Saddles, etc 1

_ill!. stet's ai.u.two" .- ot this city. Besides the two hone the tactics! and field movements for was in the best of condition
t ealaet IN ,* ...Cftnl tltiSI'ORANGE of trth-LEAPSXTS t oreen Mrs. Camp was assisted in receiving the past few week almost nightly, Hits and errors were more. numerous in central Florida, and will give

---- and entertaining her guests and wa shall be much disappointed J I than in the first game, and the our patrons the very lowest

; ::,:: SASiS. ....::..1. Siitcr by Mr. Clarence Camp, Mrs. W. X. if they do not return with ppecul game was more exciting from the fact I, prices.Ve are thoroughly V7 fl'al tzar,.. e -

Camp )Ir. and Mrs honors for the ll'ad.J 1 J
Jack Camp, encampment. They that the Jays were once in the '
I equipped for fitting out turpentine
IFFEtUKGS ABOUT TOWN. Misses Sallie and Leta Camp ;and have just received their new khaki They did not maintain it longhowever. t

t ._.._ Mrs. Frank Drake. uniforms and put up a soldierly appearance Several errors of judgmentand i and lumber teams, gear,

I l eeL \1.. X, ('tup came m Satur The following young people were rn them. play were made by the Jays wagons, etc. 3

I !a from Albion.Xa those invited to meet Mis: Surney The officers in charge of airs which seemed to take the ginger out I r

l and Miss Barco: Miss Esther Weathers have given out the following 83 the of their pitcher. During the third I We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

Wake W..UotIiUlI ehil'Iren have: Miss j Lena Bullock, Miss Marie routine for the soldiers during their inning the Jacksonville boys wrangled l.
Buggies and "White
I Hickory" Turpentine and Farm"\Vagono. !
for shout visit
PO' I&) t Nabr..le a Bullock, Miss Sara Harris, Miss Vio- stay in Jacksonville: among themselves and Tampa
North .Side Court Hou*.*'. Ocala Hit
)ft Karl Wnhnt, to Jackson- let Harris Miss :Mary Anderson, Miss Reveille, 5:30 a. m; mess call took advantage of this by adding

wit Saturday to remain a month. Rebecca Anderson, Miss Florrie (breakfast), 6 a. m; sick call, 6:3Ua. !seven tallies! to their score. These .

Crook, Miss Mattie Williams, Mi s m: fatigue call, 635; a. m ; drill call, differences were quickly settled and
Price < f the Collier i..vww..wwvwwwv..vw..w............................ .
)jr. W. sl. > J I Louella Gary, Miss Georgia Smith 17:15 I a. m ; recall 10 a. m ; guard the balance of the_ game was well : ESTABLISHED &

t rybti hlna (uiuv{ i* in the city, Messrs. J. H. Taylor, W. T. Wheeler, mounting, 10:10 a. m; school call, played and very exciting. I. > VK -VRS.. :

Rtf. L. B. \Vmren returned riatur4 Neil Weathers, G. R McKean, C. V. cornmi"sioued and non-commissioned Features of the game: worthy of I-IANNE BROS ;

hn mother in Miller, Howard Clark, C. L. Anderson otfiet rs' school, 10-40 a. m; mess call special mention were the running
bit to f.
j from' a E. L. Scott, Clifton Camp, E. J. (dinner), 12:15 p. m ; fatigue call, 2:30p. Cliches by Kennedy and Stinson, and : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE.
M.eol, < i
Crook, B. S. Weathers, E. T. Helven- m: drill call, 3 p. m; recallt, :15 the good infield work of Mitchell and : 1248 to 1258V.. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla. ;

)lj* Kibble DeVane, of Savannah stop, 0. B. Howae and G. H. Ford. p. m ; parade! 5:C5 p. m ; mess call Thornton. A new score board was is 4 Full 'Jts. .1 Full <.!to.. t

r f bth.rtl..t of her sister, IN. P. V.itarenuoIl The Camp home is ideally adapted (supper), 6:10 p. m; tattoo. 9:30 p. m; placed in front of the back stop ripon I Nelson Hu nting County Club .2 2.go h5 :'... so"'> t

! toenterUinmgand the entire lower Ups, 10 p. in. which the score oy innings was recorded Ia Monogram' Maryland.' 3 20, SouEXPRESS t

I ': Thoma-.vill, floor was thrown open to the young Reveille roll call} will be followed by for the benefit of tbo-e in the social Drop 3 s'u: r1'.'
Miss Lucil .tudeyof
people and, for those preferring moonlight wetting up exercises for ten minute I stand. '" Voucan'lteU.IIat.e .
' .Kai* well known, in this citj.lsfrlndiuAtliUtzi. : : : PREPAID. han QQul JO" ,r,. :
t tlaltatf chairs were scatted about in in each company under instructionsof I Ii was Tampa's to go first to bat. : Our reference, 15 years successful burinesa. t

l --- --- (<.sy BOOKS: here and there over the its commissioned officers. Patter-wn and Mitchell were quickly A'w"aAlaaaaaY e er aaaaaaaaaa.aaaaauaaaaaaaaaa......

r MIM U'2le'frague i ,aftr[ a few day's beautiful lawn, The following;; is the roster! of the retired. Thornton hit safely over
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I rUt ID Ocala, returned to her home The first part of the evening was company: third base, but it was useless as Pratz I .

it ldj Lab) .turJay. devoted to a guessing contest, answers U. A. Nash! Captain.C. popped up an easy fly to first. When 1 JUST RECEIVED '

It to each question being one of V. Roberts, lot lieutenant.J. : the Jays came to u'tot Kennedy went i
left Sunday;
Mrs W. C. Oalbraith :
the counties of Florida. The follow- M. Graham, 2nd lieutenant. out on a fly to short.: Duffy was given iI
fcr a vult ot four months to her SEKGEAXTS. I OUR FALL STOCK. A lar of
e supply Big Boston
lijij are some of the questions and his base on balls Dingle l hit to deep
jrenU iu C'arrolllou. Ga. W. T. Gary Jo!>!. Bell, lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the Cnited
answers: center for two bd.--3. :Smith:: knocked I
f r -- L. K lUlUr.1, B. Q. M. Cam, States. Cabbage, Onions Turnips, Cucumbers, }'g g
; ),Ir. Charlie Moody, who has been What made the diamond w ticky W. O. Dunn, R P. Pittman. one to pitcher and Dutly was retiredat I Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm

fWiiug hue mother for the past few Thursday? Clay. CORPORALS. the plate on a very close deci-ion. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .

!; 4aJ" urned to Jjuksouuille tialur: What county describes a Mormon's F. C. Dorsey. F. W. Ditto, Dinglt'lIl'tJrt'd from third hen Robinson Corn sure for to spring.see or write us before you buy your Early

i 4'1 feelings towards marriage? Marion. W. H. Dod t'lJ, J. C. Carlton, threw to Thornton, who returnedthe I

,, Misses Lola lAnd Johnnie Liddou returned How do Florida crackers pronounce J. C. Geiser, H. E. Leavengood ball too late to catch Dingle at the I

Saturday from a very delight- "dead?" JMde. G. Finder, PRIVATES.B. Spencer. plate. Stinson was out on azrouuder The Ocala Seed Store-

I tu1 visit to fmuds and relatives at Who is the most important member I to first.. Jays: 1, Crabs 0.

and ,tat kr. of the Camp family Jackson. H. AdamK., Au>-ley, ,\ In the second inning, after two had
Worlhinptnn Pi-rlns
( R. E. Brigance, 0. Burnett
I There were also a number of couplets fanned out, Robinson bit to right fora .
at J. H. Burke.T.
The taxroail game Saturday tie Barney, .
r and the last word being left blankto Bailey, I. R. Dully, single and Brown got fit"at on an
Belief lew l tweeu Anthony THE CLUB H01; g.
favor to be filled iu with a county as in the F. Duffy, W. W. Cress, error by short. Chappel then came I I
Wleview in Bellevww'a
f I was following: C. 1' Hayes, J. D. Hopkins, up and after two strikes had been i
the tune of S to S. \V. O. Hearu, J. Lillle,
"Said the basetall players yester called on him he met one of Sugg's i j
F. Lancaster A. J. Lucius,
I Mr. Herbert Crook, manager of the day. J. O. Lucius, O. Landers. curves fairly and the ball landed in Cuisine first Class. Rates ReasoQable.RefurQisled .

[l Meyer Clothing Company, of Palatka, We can't make a run on this dashed C. -itner, i;. Miller I deep center while Robinson and i

[ tarn la Saturday afternoon to spend -clay." J. C. )Miller 1'. Morelan.J, Brown scampered home. The Jays
rouglout. Special Rates by Month
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t few d*) with his brother and !si "Tbe Ocala man, no matter where B. Murphy, C. T. Minis, made no runs in their half, although
H. McConu, A. H. O'Neal
Wootten hit for two sacks to right.
f, tew. he roams, -
I C. P. Pillins, S. R. Ponder,
)11'1."t. H. Clark and children are Sees no sweeter girl, no more beau T. Proctor, J. PyW, The third inning was Jscksonville's -

expected Louie from Troy, Ala., in a tiful-Holmes." T. :Mromau, J. L. Smoak, Waterloo. They nude several errors \IR8. TIIOS. J. BAUSES.: PROP,

few da'L Mrs Clark will be nccom- The contest was a most originaland J. M. smith, W. Tucker, which disheartened the pitcher. The I

paled home by her.mother who will : entertaining one and was the F. Weihe. Crabs made five hits, and these with

work of Miss Nurney, who is a most : The Jacksonville Times-Union of f
*}*nd wmv time in O ala. the numerous errors netted Tampa
accomplished young lady. Saturday has the following to 8:1yof in this inning. Jackson- -!!
Mr*. McQueen lrea in Ocala seven runs
All of the questions were answered the encampment grounds and its sur- -
I TWUng} her sister Mrs. John ville added three runs to her score on f
I Edward. correctly by Miss Lena Bullock, Miss roundings: "The visiting officers I fours hits by Dingle, Stinson! Yaccy WE EAT MEAT j jn

Mary Anderson, Miss j Violet Harris, who have arrived here thus far and
and Wcutten. I To grow strong. Uult'M we get
l Mr. 1V. L. Dcuham, business: mau.I Messrs. McKeau, Scott and Wheder.1 who have made an iu-pection of the the : 5g
the in
Neither side crossed plate
!5l't': good meat we may a* well i let i
I turf of the itiuesville Sun, made On cutting for the prizes, a dainty i i iI encampment grounds in Fairfield, increased her lead in i2I 'S: ..5"i- ;.. I
fourth. Tampa "r.: !it aloue. There is no: strength 'iE1
: : ,
f i Ihioffice peasant call Saturday. with theappearance .'., :": '.'.,...','
sofa and a deck of cards, JINs : have been greatly pleased !
pillow fifth with two while the ;. '
the more, -Y ; in tough cu a-instead of giving -
Ht bad Jut tururd from a busiue s of there. It. -y. ;;
II McKeau: succeededin things They
Bullock and Mr. 1-
O 1i
Jays could do nothing. \: : -. : 7:1: it takes strength! to tiig+.i
I tlelt to Duuutiluu.Mi winning them. say that the grounds could not have I -r. -; ".. ,<1V". '
r I In the sixth jA.-k-.ouv.lle! went rag i; .:f ,: i: \ '. s" it. It pays to be cartful !. $.
dancing was: ben oetterelected and the arrangements i".4" J{. i
the contest :
I ) Mary Lou Weaver, a charuilaj After round be gaga three more limes, and -., ."-" iY c .. buying tled-b sure to get xLz
until the midnight hour. of mho sheds and water supply 9 ."" '.;__ 1 j
young lady of Plant City, who ei.jyed Tampa went out in one, two, three 1 \Ii'I; :?r-.: .: ,;:' '/ the best-tender and ebeiee.F .
f the dances fruit punch was etc., have been most satisfactory: @ $ 'f-\.Hr -
hu born the guest of Mrs. J. P. Hil- Bet ween order. >"o turther runs were tallied r.r: J< "I' .c t.-- :.' ,,; Pay a little more if n*''d be dint
served and at the conclusion of this to them. The soldiers do not expect 15))! r::..'I. .". ": ;t I
of the "
: "*rn fur the least wt't'k.will. return during the balance game. [2! -- = 1 .rtfJ1' ia putynwetltbnginyaarKtoauep
ha ice cream and Clln.e''1 to suffer fr'mi hot weather, as the encampment ( "
OeDif tnworroN.Ii. lpy"l'lI1ug The score:- s -. 'j (V.., t 1'l' -Y: :- .'. which will put ti '.b on yew ]
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small tables in the grounds face the river and :- '-Jfl.;' & i
wns served on : 0 0 0 0-11 .
I .. V. K. IVudletoa, who has Tampa iID 1 "t ,. : wg'i> (J1f. hones and strung: blood! in ytaws
dinning room. parts of the grounds are well shaded Jacksonville 103003000-7)) tSI .' 7P-lt':
tlttn the guest of her parents, Mr. I (i heart.EDWARDS ,
The evening in every particularwas with oak groves. The brigade headquarters BUteries: For Tampa, Chappie
wd \I r.. John Reardon for the I .
l will he located at the south BROS. !
most enjoyable and will be long aud l )biu'on. For Jacksonville, I I
r I past for her
mouth left
1 remembered by the youngpeople._ end of the grounds." Suggs and Wootten. fJ MalN 2 and ,i City Market, Ocala, j
pmt In Savannah, (.Ja.tlie -- -- ----- I'I
i Ve have in our shelves many remedies 4 4G'c
Croup. STATE::) OK Ouio, CITY OF TOLEDO, \
Twiij that and biliousness tiS ZGf r'c c5 u r a1Bi 5r5 u 55 r nnr 5e w5c5c 5'N5!!! t
Tribune says Usually begins with a common for constipation LCCAS CorxTY. J
('-bIrr J. Arthur Uriftln is the hap- cold; there is chilliness, sneezing! : but the never-failing commonsensecure FRANK J.CIIESEY makes oath that tj

Pl 14 ma In Tampa. The cause of sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, is found only iu Raymou's Liver he is: the senior partner of the firm of --
and impeded respiration.Give 1 Pill and Tonic Pellets. This treatment F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business in
bit 10,1"1 a little M>u, who arrived at hoarseness
frequent small doses of Bollard's cures by relieving the cause of the the City of Toledo, county and state OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS 11

hit home Friday night. Mr. (:.rittihLrmuly Horehouud Syrup, (the child will cry trouble; the Pink Pulls aroused the aforesaid, and paid firm will pay the :

lived iu Ocala. for it) and at the first sign of a croupy liver, while the Tonic Pellets tone up sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLL.RiI I OCALA, FLORIDA. x

Mtat gave cough, apply frequently Ballard's the organs aud insuro natural aud for each and every case of Catarrh
Lou{+ h'o tt pleasant
e Snow Liniment externally to the bealtKy conditions. Complete treatment that cannot be cured by the use of I

dQeiDC party Saturday::)! afternoon. throat. oOo. at Anti-Monopoly drug -two medicines-25 doses-full HALL'S CATARRH CTKE. I BOILERS v ENGINESPipe

eke |*rtjr was very much enjoyed l-y store. m directions-only 2-5 cents. Postofiice FRANK J.CHENEY. I

t'I.ho: ath'utt'Every one voted Mr. Ed tasking, living about five Drug store. -- m Sworn to before me and subscribedin : :: and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumpe, _

f *l. 8colt a charming uwtesa.Mr. miles south of Ocala, had the misfortune Miss Daisy Nurney, who= has been my presence, this 6th day of December Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Biting .
A. D. 1SS6. Pulleys Bolts general lino of
Jamw A. Atrams, r Jackson to htve his barn burned last the guest of her biter: Mrs. Jack ,

y \'llkIt'DU\Jrtb Crown piano and Thursday nignt. He had stored< I Camp, for several weeks will return ]{ -seal..-- J- A. G. GLESON Notary Public.Hall's MILL .\ X n MINING S NI'PPM i.

and TWO her home at Suffolk Va., Wednes-
therein 600 bushels of coru to ,
viou* other musical trumeutg I Catarrh Cure is inter-

i bade- thU otlk-e a very pleasant call pounds of fodder, nearly all of which | day. Miss Nurney has been very nally and acts directly on the blood a IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL
of the fire 1 popular during her short slay in and mucus surfaces of the system.
$t'rd4J' afternoon He says he is waa burned. I. Send for testimonials, free.F. .
ddlag( a upleudld business through is unknown, but incendiaryisui is Ocala and it is hoped that her visits J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0 KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
t- I
| here will be frequent. itt'Sol dby Druggists 75c.
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urrfU Uu ASKS Q'Sjssx tTIO.s. Car Monday Vis.tsrs. \l
I The varwuprMaer* of the rose:; YOU SORE? USE

I Ir silt', :'J ::c x* it Oouft itaacr writ reprt.d in Oealai were
Taoa IHs Jut ef' yCbrJ to kef Hs,,. *. .. rra..afOt'ailcli; a.
It IS told DV the 5: 3ttrrenL of Hon. naviug businr; before tie II aracamph
Eitertiie Race.falaevtxr.
t liu.
tr Jao. X. C toe mQ that Jif joovilleii ; beard of Bounty ( UIsmieioaer, .'.:aie
std Ut .* ei theJaebrevtleTampa z pL 4.
7k third ?!* I it.gro.th
I. iadtt to him fur *
rrk veal thetkotkr Spa6a: as Ae O : "aatsnts: before the rehool board !!'me RL7Li Ir.4t ti or Mcarr Rc', a.
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and pfo-jk-ricy ta general; ta tied the lr3li d sad sornr .or
Wt.ik h '71&1 eL tar*-Titep wsa. that he hi bad bis bind at tfee throttle Itching Bleeding Piles
Sora.al aano'aek 8'i eat, it w i s-ttlHOB. .-d other pGrpfc** ,
a :
..uia.t eintht4 t 'gases
and for long time pA-t Aad is nowtbe Wt' bad the pin-ure of sh a.,i Iha i
fart that W. M. fIfJIio'nyot
tf- Stops the Itching. Steps the Etch L-
ie iI.?with apparently: very while mowing thirst ia die rit)'.de liDy ? ..:
-Roiria Bill"Kt tAi city. asp niit'-jKrftt of the board d? with the faHlavinz, viz: | JrfT"1. 't1.ticr. It Ccd It Scahcs. :.: :
Istr'. The Jiy4bi ? 1 -T2S.
and dial be is lum.-f a mis of de- A. P. Ba>kin, Holtam Joot In? |
instrseUon of lamas | <, I .
of .
: *_ ia t.b. box. bat.bis .hJioru peUie tiny. Prier, Anthony: Ed L. Waitmai. ., i 5c j Sy ::x .t f ?xies 10 .' sta.
will hts candidate for rut* j

t wry ...r. U4 the t'r>
IIBtleji4 at tie text and t.e mat IS. friend the Ron. C. M. Brown, Mr.rto McCoy: Robert siaders, C. H. H..
Hhi ihonirtl the | -
;best; I --
used fl* rfUmood. IV Tampa: ..ktoQ i& "OIAB'S applauding olu- liB5WortbJ. B. Grizz \.. Ltr.

brfsya kit the hell wkn it ease; ever !utrtfi that he would be a endi.1 mat*,".wh&Urver chit i. .: vsrHS, Dcanrllon; John Pcrttiaa. A. EHofliday .
date. aDd that &OOOQE4'
who did not hitsere I
tike si tfc=*
pixie. ,
Bat what doable ee is this: Eorcki; Chris Drszer'
STt. folio* is a lev th J!. B. I iA
li9E-8 fry p %r to I notice frmn a Laze IMI of the Ocklawaha; Jo. Drawdy, LiIlJL.aSl:

0k'issta;of Kennedy was: 9JIflh1nJ ; Trite! ta "3iU Arj.Arp :' I Jaeksonville Metropolis Um the Jack- A. A. Aiken HekitivtUe; C. Y. Mil- ARE

th*1I took his oM plate aa the "Bill ," the G2i hnmonH.ks.i. onville autboritlee hare given the : W, Leroy: Dr W. R. O. Veal C,it:1xs

,life, art the Hate Mick was ;r&oi. Ia hit all men woo Standard Od company s eoatr t to.. Plant S. W. Lon D. H. Bareu
i4 << [411ius ; ? 'L=. SASH AND BLIP LSI; GP T(,' : 1.T.'TOLoUII .

Dsr'-az the erzfet: isnisp ie pitefced lore a Joke ad who are! DOt too p- -imi tz anu=h the city with fut! Sot a J.-*r. !I i Martel; L L Mei?*, Oraa apnngs.i : !

Crabb wtre able U :E-t e&7 otetan. :tie and >zeaa:: and empty t4li.J.h. If it be true that Mr. Swekton is i i i J. E. Granthiai: Ft McCoy; S. \. BARBED WIRE. CUT SD MENTi. DEE .i. :- 'i

T.cps &- N have Ja4kian- will s&ed a tear. Haniaaity: O'llrte a the hole pcsh in Jacksonville why i I Farr, Electra; F. ::. Laeica Elms

Tile tIl1dt.-i! is thob hall liae.I debt to the man TOO can cake men ts he eirryicg oo this "ination"with !i Dillard SamIu'ldj J. L Baker, WIRE 5AILS, PADTTSOILS PLAXC JL Gk. r ..

tarsus J&-1 hew hard to pUy Iauzh. a debt that it cannot altogether -laadiri oil eom &ny? erJltorb.

to fc **> tke Jya from wiacicVfeh ?. pay with tamtn for his casket nor 'he next thing that troabl me is :I VAR5ISHES. ATTIPATOR. ALL ,! : ;. ,

\ JuiMiBTtli* at the bt, they : Writ Visit His Old Home
kind words: fijtbu memory, nor mon the Jaiio wing: 4 i

wect dn witboct a ran thntz'5they meats over bU dost. "Arp-'a" life Mr. cujckton, tnoczh a nation I I Mr. Joseph haforda prominent LANTIC WHITE LEAD OGAIWEXALL '

b4zl theMe I brick and contractor of this
tad three men n en ni.-on
was! &it *'*ert u a io.tr sod a elain- banker all his liftis poring as thefit i

wit retired. Doris? T6c.P.'ij: 6 as light. He believed 12 men and partiealar friend of labor ]! city, a* soon as he mplttrs the Central KINDS OP CtsiKICG '. ",

fcatf eizbt wen west tr"and the b._ aadoat* of their foible and their and u decocseicg the Cocsoiidatrd i National: Bank hoildin, will takea
t GLASS AND PUTTY: HEATEH8, f.1 k.\ : --E:
Ufcre lie ride wild; to pst 9Ct. fatty filling be eoi&ed the match- Grocery company fsueee ur to the Well earned vacation, and among -

They had a r zvur Hi--rry-z: )-r&and. lL--jewel of a smile. Ha life wis C. B. Rngera (.4. > as inimitable to the I other places will vi-it his old home instate LEON PIPES AND FlTllD TINWAKE: ,

Tie Jfcjr"d i lbr* in the MH? :d loc? and tree and gnU.f. H* kny tnt interests of the state and >pec- i vide. N. C., which he hu cot

twiou She LkiI., end Tampa. id- that the natural hcnuae!! of man Wit tally a foe to lafcor, yet in the but sees tines he lft it thirty five TL\G3, EVERYTHING LEEY, IA,}y A :. : ..

ddere more tnbxre fa the fourth. to make ii.i-.iakrt and be sever ehided ixce of the Florida Labor Journal I|i years ago -

M*. sere OIl the bafter tint tat N THE LINE OF Bt"ILDBOLTS.. ROPE .-' : ,. \ ,
bat rather by the alebemy of bUt printed in ibe interest of organized 1 "Uaele JIM, by web name he toI -

rise trsthf4 boIn. zifttd fo dfrzTJfard their weakae es labor I :and the following: I I familiarly known U in many respects:
TIki wasp .IU Iou{ diver oat with a j jibe and eovf-rt-.i cp their Jacksonville lo :aj elands a city of ;, a. remarkable man although in h i"Dtthird

very 9niiitett. +itZ beaa-e it wag o tisfr falu! with the glorious mantle prominence and great commercial I j fr \ year, he can lay brick I II I

ear dibr'd. Thete arr good players 00 of a joke. He wa>, therefore, a pbilCiPOphd' etzenzth. ThIS enviable distinction !I ail day with the best of them aDd LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICE

iA tfa if they were n. rr evenly and the prosperity" of the present time
teams ndrttJ., the man who eta j sever fret aDV had eeet4 from sizn?.
can easily be traced to the aadommeudable
great Hubbard Ocala ria.
maldM the eoet<--to tbej&rfc&ovpla I
eha a tare from the riokt-!-
yl ?dr the state w
inlerendBz. in this bey old work-a-dty-i prepared most carefully a lia; of there minute of the tim he is away.

Tlteerre: "lorJd, will some day teeal!<* thesaint. indcetrea and iiiHiio'iona which Thirty-five years is a lonzp'nod of McMillan Bros
J i&tL4ln1JJi t 30000000-3 have eon tribat '.d to the L 1ty'. welfare.
: We part band-s witb "Arp" at i time and many changes_ occur therein
d O 1 0 0 0 0 X-3 and which are known to be in accord !
Taaopa tbe river *A he eroi to the glorious with the wrkibgman, and it m ,I and Mr. gnufowl MwnU to tell ui of

:Bartes:Tsaopa Fuse sari BobinDsifj- company of Nye and Billioz4 and with a feeling of gnat pleasure thai I some of these change as thy appear Southern Copper Works'

bin. Jack cnvtie Kranedy, the rest of the srlittmn; bind with anameleBorrow we'find that the f.'oc.-.olidated Gro- to him after visiting the great old

aid Grt"t"n. etry company holds a leading position -
but that
believing Xorth State.
io IblalbL" I Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
At the Muse Freda J Nijht- the Ktmiter land tyond the "suniit
What are the meaning of these I Off On An Important:: Mission
The tcurieal at the PrKbyterianw ev..L" will l- brighter for hw going.
and what do they portend and I Dr. Blitcb, physician in charje and General Metal Worker
mauaeaet Ft. King Ave. Friday night I>ziBgtoD'Ky.; Leader.
way b the Labor Journal, the ourjtbr of the Miriou convict foraa, will be
wu ..attended and proud to be a
Griner Farm Picnic. piece of organized law, raying that in Ledvill Ky., on the Girth of this Old Stills taken in for '
dellybtlal ft.1it. A &i1v..r otfyttaKwe4tskenwhiebwill exchange new en-** _
.very :"f. Buford H. Ltitner, who 1nl the Consolidated Grocery Company month to attend a meeting of the f' '
be devoted through the country a specialty -- o\ i- .
ma.ter of eeremo&i at toe Gnn 'r uie in award with the workingman" physicians and surgeons eounectwi .
wire will receive prompt d:'.-'.'. .. tht-r; '
of a sew for
tatb9psr6a e organ
Farm picnic Friday, was!' in Oc la and Mr. Stockton Baying exactly: opposite with the state convicts thmuzbout following worksFAYETTEV1LLE .
_. tie tbuteb.The i '
u utorday. He says the aDd trio. tIM piano
cornet piano
' and the program WM married out mast How are the plain people to reach: a i will be read and ides exchanged andI N. C. SAVANNAH 9*.
eolo by MV Rrbeeea Anderson were
soecee ulIy. (ClucRliii? I atotLether it will "be ail iwpnraut
apirrtaildiy eAurd' ted and mceb eIIjoJlIw ,- JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE
Tv>*9 buudred and fifty penon were PLAIN BILL 'not sa-u) Jo ES.. meeting -fraught with uit-fui r-

et. present and every minute of the time Owes his life to Neighbor1 Kindness. liidb.
i Leo H Uoek And 1Ir. C. L
tpciit oo the groooda wa enjoyed.Mr. M. D. D-tugheriy, well known The maasgins of convicts ia now
Aadenon > eh rendered vocal folo Yi AA
& a
Leitntr believes the dinner wo throughout Mercer and Humnercoantie -, I receiving the beta thought of thorough AL'I

moat MtightfuU the fintnt ever spread in Marion coon. : \\. Va., most likely owes bm life, I reformers throughout the country aId

The rwriutiOBS of Mr. N. L Gottli baM to the kmdoeM of a neighbor riewas f
ty. It coBsjited of beef: pork, mutton asa result this unfortunate class of I
1 bfe ntice., little Min Braes Karer. aimo-t bopeiesjiy afflicted with c --e -
and veal, which wa.i barbecued diarrhoea People are receiving every year more r;
of savannah, and Mr. O,eo Zewahki ; wu attended by two Q iy- ty
thoroughly after the ante-tellcna giciani: who gave him little if any, humane treatment. : I
were greatly enjoynl.Tbe !. -
method and wa tur..t palamble. relief, when a na.{hbir learning of 5rEn'tcDo' It.ttI'a Dane.rou.HERBINE. .- <.t' .... I
f --ongi the Presbyterian church Benidthe tPtendidlybarbecued% nUhrioQ9 condition brought him a Devoured by Worms. rI

choir were amons the Wfrt enjoyable bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera Children often from i
r meats there wa eaftw, pie, pt:kie?, crp, paubut I !
ounabrr! of the eveain?. and Diarrhoea:mt'fy, which cured .
from hunger, alt < i *b fed abut WrrI'ESrt63tTl.et L.
all of bread 'etoCs: ,
manner chicken, him in !If'ot than I .. \
twenty-four hours. ; .
r ,
La-4 but neat lea-t'wi-j! the Mei-re
ham antI other dhh, too oomerons For gale by all druggists and medicine! dantly. The entire trouble an'*-- i

G rig In "Th Grs.hopp. ," with to mention. dealers.! _. m from inanition, their food b lit> ,, + 50c per battik, ,ail Druw'u, !
i iI
variations. Che afternoon was spent in wiiEf-! limes-Unisa: Contest a jmilatel butde.-cred by worm- A I, : :.

q The entire. program wag thoroughly lug a ball game between the Anthonyand The result of the Time Union's i few dares of White's Cream V r'1I1 ,

4l'.jfaifal ia every way. World's Fair fuge will cause them to cease I" I
Belle ew teams The More was contest this week b a s I en ; Ii
Dr. and Mr!*. Lindsay area and begin to thrive at once, very i
15 to H in favor of the latter team follows: 'I
ebarminst bo>=t and h %tteand did much to the aarprke and joy of the Me-" =r-. T..1. M.- : .-I. tu: : 1Pfclol : .v ,. ;
and wai exciting from start to finish. West Coast, Miss Lillian Thomas of
everything for the ptea.-are of thoe mother. 25c. at Anti-Monopoly drug reprrscUtni BflicV.c: .., utah the
5L Petersburg. first; Mits Sara Harris, store. m Kidnap
who were present but night. A Boy's Wild Ride for Life. of Ocala, second.: Osala Monday. Mr. Mitchell l'UlJt

Returned. With family around expecting him East Coast, Miss Lillian Thomas, of Eev. J. A. Hendry was taken end -up to consult Dr. Hood about h.s arm WHEN THEY ARC .'''E. 't'i !*

CoL L. P. Milltr has returned from to die, and a M>n riding for life, 18 Jacksonville, first; ilias: Edith Pye, denly quite ill Sunday morning so which he brnke :..,1 week while pitching IN ONiIDr. "

a very enjoyable vi it to his old home. miles to get Dr. Kind's New Discoveryforeonaumption o! Jacksonville, second. was unable to fill the pulpit at the our jf faiuoiis-.- oat curves in
A WMe 0' waae+aui
In South Carolina. Speaking of the eoagbaand colds,W. Middle and West Florida, Miss j union services at the Presbyterian the ball game between Beileview an.1.Aotiiouy.
ItiiKoTemenU in that tate! be said a II. Brown, of Leeaville. Ind., endured Mamie Randall of dampala, first; I church Sunday night. In his absence The wounded member i.. .*.-M mifi, t.... _. .r i r-':. -

sgouies fn ai asthma; but this wonderful ui aiuiu i ph:slcl..ii aDd snrj*, ". '* 14.
of bad !! nkeiy.
tract n the outskirts of Coic MIM John McQueen, uf Tallahassee, Rev L. B Warren preached to a well get
medicine gave i iD ant relief<< srrodd. phv-.,..rasoonilid a :f' ,
ujbia that be cold home years Igu fur and semi cured him. He write: "1 i filled church. An anthem by the Prnira-or J&i11P1 ,H.Srv Er-Inn., Mb. the IDE'it .: ;'volee-. 'a I __ f

tea dollars au acre b now bringing now sleep soundly every night. Like stick: Presbyterian: choir and a quartette byMerer Walaer! aud Mi-* Martha swain, when h* u::.'r> 1 t:.t w *

Aft hundred dollars an acre and theMboie marvelous euren of consumption, Carrie Mellou, a colored woman '*. A. E. Grrig R. C. Alworth Mclnt'
area U covered with cotton bronchitis coughs, cold and grip n aiding at Connor, w nose advertisement j. J. ierig and C. L. Anderson added came down yesterday and will I i: II danger."
appear I
its ma ti-falta merit for all throat I' Iris tie du'v of th-'f .
t4ClOrie an.J trove be found elsewhere in theee
dwfclliug fur the *mploywss. much pleasure to the service. before the school !
examining ..
committee !I
and lung trouhl Guarauteed bot oar blood !strkl: of j !, d
columns, was uufortuaate to I
: enough
ties .jOe. and ;1.9" Trial wittier freea. today for the porpcse of sbutdiui; 'i that ate esp a::"'oIo;&+ : : .: l It
3tis. Miller and the children will lose her pod lt book, containing a ) Th next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. T. *
Anti ItaoI"ly Drug Store and their examinations and i>i>t uiiuie forma of dUea,d. WL ,. *
BOtrtturn home until liter in the i Tydings & Co. m $500 l.ili and other saws..f money, on Allen, the eye and ear specialists, e.rtillcate&, : farm tiiehwork pr,; ..' ..'-**
will be Thursday, tiept27, at the i
bU- -- ourBtre teS$turd.y. A; thu moneyrepretent. O:, --- 1 sums foam 111ve 10 f .: rand ...
A Camplinent to Miss Nllrll
Montezuma hoteL
3lartlS. T. Snarunk and children' .
A Remarkable .. the frugal of If aeglacted dl'a'; \ -
Record. saving
A prty of joung people took advantage years and Mss Annie Atkinson returned Some of She .."
Cbambtrlaia'a C it ia II A NeN Jersey Editor's Testimonial. | most ; .
ugti Remedy has hoped that finder will restore
of the gorgeous moonlight Sunday from Ottilbraith sj)riugs, j ire, aching ia th. t a, a t.IIIi
renaarkalie >
a for rl'(QN. It has teen in Saturday night and enjoyed IL driveto it to rte owner. M. T. Lynch, editor of the Pbilipsdur2 fetio., where they Have buspeudicg i ankles, pofBoew ocj.i l. r r ....1'J-
over thirty I
jar during which F. J. Dilly Post writes, "1 have a few weeks. ,. ""
Fearful Odd! i furred .. .
time many million bottle have been silver Spring and a boat ride on $ Against him tongue, nnnsadtmeot ;;;
Bedridden alone and I used many kinds of medicines fori Mr. I great thirst weakness a: "' ,-
sold and td. It Las: long Uea the this wonderfully beautiful river. I destitute. Charles F. Waterman, of Stanton .
t standard and wain reliance in the I Such, in brief wa the Condition of i coughs and cold in my family but U in the city on business. He i or c1owiinr. .. .... ." .,
The ride warn given in honor of MU
: treatment of croup iu thou-jio Oft I an old soldier Ity the name of n. J. have never found anything so good asFoi'ey'e has made several largland I transfers 'Ii cess of the kin or ftr ,rr,1I
Dai'!Xuruey, 'f Sollolfe, Va. fever Havens disor30naf! the 1 r
fcoiie I Varsiilles O. For be within the month. :
!*, yet during ih\* time no C2&-e years : Honey and Tar. I cannot past He reports I
baa ever been reported 10 the wag a. night wore beautiful nor an wall troubled with kidney diace and say everything prospering in the southern I All the aboroiTij r.- a t al'PsIn
manufacturers neither doctor tw much in praise of it." Powtlice I axe CAM and ..: .. ....,
medicineit any -
in which it faIled to ellejl evening one of more unalloyed de *or give him part uf the county. I ,
a cure. When relief. At length he tried Electric Drug store. m will not present the sa::.t, .. 4 :'*
given 113 MJOU a- the light. }fr. J.F. 1 I *
bitters. It put him on bin feet in I I Memhthnaval store Ofoer.; There is nothing tint o :.! **
croupy rough appears, it will prevent Those composing the party were t ator, whole principal r.JI.IIIt
I Bucklen's Arnica Salve. headquarters
the attack. It i. fbortorder and now he testifies, "I'm I are surely makes the kidne' U.l: --
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children like to take, Mr. and )Ifo. Jack Camp, Mi-s Nur- on the road to complete recovery" Hay! world-wide fame for marvellous I iu Oeala, has returned from a severalWePti'd RmnT C't:1L ItUdtrr, i' .:, I.JI
it. It I
contains !
' { 110 opium or ether hirruful ney, Miss Bareo, Miss Mary AmlerMJU Best on earth for liver ;and kidney curtc. It surpa+e4 any other !salve visit to Btlumore and other test known remedk. 11k.'. : .-e ...

. suUtance troubles and nil i lotion ointment or balms for cuts I cilit- cost celebrated kidney ., 'r ]III ,
foamy of **
and may be given a:* CDnfideutly to a Mix: Rebecca Anderson, Metrs.Ii.ri. !. Htoiiach and sj.; ..
to bowel complaints. Only -j<)e. Guaranteed corns, boils, bores don, ulcers tetter, You have the sati-faetioa of know endorsed by physicuc *:. i atands. t r.. +
baby as an adult.
F'r tale by all Weathers, W. T. Wheeler, C. L. j
druggkt3andwediekuedeelerst by Anti-Monopoly Drug; fttore: Halt rheum, fever sores, chapped ing that what you buy at the Post- It has saved run v...<.*, it l try

Anderson and Clifton Camp. and Tydinit A e ,. m hat.d-1, skin eruptions, infallible f.)r office Drug Store i* pure at.d of the It cannot cure' hoprln :&>..*. ,,:i1 f""!

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111 HI2ABK2: EAS2IS.: Local E tor Mrs :1. J. Lt-a vtngoo,1 and daughters ANNOUNCEMENT.' WEONESO Y'S BIG SeLES.I I Mr. Z. C. Chambliss:: to whom great I A Happy Birthday Party.

Misses Des.-ie anti O.lie, went to I I credit i is due and has been given for Wednesday afternoon Miss Josephine

:. flUPFENlNGS) ABOUT TOWN. Dunneilou yesterday to viit:: Mrs.! We are now ia a position to receive Nearly JIO.OOO Cash Expended for I his activity in introducing fine stocK Bullock, the thirteen year old

Leavengood's daughter, Mrs J. A. applications for space in the special Improved Stock. I in Florida. He deserves the success daughter of )Ir., and Mr R. B. Bullock

Mr. IL Johnson: of Asheville, X. Perry. industrial edition of the Banner. The gnat cattle sale of Wednesdaywas achieved on Wednesday. entertained about twenty-five of 1

.1jragrlu, vl..ltltK Ocala Miss j Lillie Frost who accoupanied Both the form of this publication and a success in every sense of the Preceding the cattle sale Mr. S. A. her young friends at a bithday party 1

i. - Mr. Weathers to >ew York to assist the size of the pages have been decided word. Standley sold a car load of horses all Little Miss Josephine makes a charming

I )1..aDd, MM. IL the G.Ocala Wright House.are in purchasing goods for the H. B. upon. As the amount of advertising The number of visitors and bidderswas of which brougt fairly good prices.Mr. little hostess and her guests spent

pr. aot t.mtoni a' Masters store, returned home Wed is i limited it i is desired that larger than expected and while Standley has been very largly instrumental the afternoon most happily. She was

X OrloC.'e Harwell, of Authony, is heyday this should be distinctively representative the prices were not considered high in making Ocala assisted by her mother, Mrs. E L. I r

the fnuilly of Mr. John so that in this manner a fair the chief stock market of the Carney and MbsGeorgie Smith.
i tbtUrrtof Mrs. T. P. Bond for the quality of the stock still at the
Mrs. John Screven
idea may be obtainted of our important state. The purchasers at this sale One of the pleasant games played
paEtrur Miss same time they were entirely satis
Claude IJoucl, Mi* Jule Screvenand financial commercial and industrial
I Il were : during the afternoon was throwing a

\ %e." 'r,, Eaton Liudtr and Ward Master Foreman Screven are at business firms and corporations. factory. I Jim Howells! Anthony, thirteen. bean bag through a gaily decorated
In the first place the sale under the
t tea; of Aulhouy, spent| Wednes- Skyland, N. C.-Savannah cor. in Call at this office or communicatewith Bam Davis Juliette, five. hoop Suspended from the hoop wasa
management of :Mr.: Z. C. Chambliss
f 411 tD Octdr.i Atlanta Journal.An us by mail or telephone and a Ed. Carmicbael, Ocala, one. silver bell. The children were required -
had been well and thoroughly advertised

U back from aYKk'r engraving of the fine $15,000new representative will call on you. T. C. Hall, Ocala, one. to stand about ten feet away
i posy Lta Camp throughout the state, the day
Episcopal church is now being G. K. Keeney, Anthony, one. and throw the bag through the hoop
tl l+it to Carlta Doggett iu was an ideal one and the time evidently -
made from the architect's drawing We enjoyed a very pleasant call J. D. Pope, Belleview, one. without touching the bell. In this
;;I Jltk.ovUlfl.I --- --- and will be among the illustrations in 1 Wednesday from Ctipt. R. E. Rose of is evident that a new era in stock J. L. Carney, Ocala, one. contest Miss Katheriue Carlisle and

Margaret anil Pauline Peace, our special edition. Tallahassee, state chemist who slopped A. McClain, GWdler, one. Master George Looney won the pr'uea.
raising, has begun in and the
1 t. of f yietnoity, art visiting their sister, over in Ocala to insi-ect the W. Luflrnau, Sparr, two. Later in the afternoon the guests
impetus:: given the raising improved
i WANTED-Good Florida Seed
sir. J. P. Hllburn. Chambliss fine herd of cattle and H. W. Browne, hah, one. were takeii into the dining room,
t breeds of stock by this sale can
Ocala Seed Store. S 2Stf. I
--- was sorry he could not remain lung II I. which was very prettily decoratedin

t Mayor n.lI"l..nll )!Ir. O. A. Carml- Ralph Robinsouent over to enough to witness the sale. Mr. Rose hardly be overestimated.Ocala The Excursion Yesterday.The pink and white. The cakes aud
I with all her unique history, t
l chatl bays throe to Hot Springs, Ark., G(odall yesterday afternoon to spenda has been making an extensive tour of excursion to Lake Weir yesterday ices:: were also in pink and white and
i has never before witnessed just sucha
r pgrad .. weeks.Mt week or ten days with his friend, the state and speaks in flittering I I gotten up by Grace Episcopal needless to say this feature of the
sight. The large Dunn park
-Weather returned Wed.no..iey Bruce Metlert. He is anticipating a terms of it. outlook. Among other 1 and the Presbyterian church, was a party was greatly enjoyed. Each
[ B. A. been divided and subdivided by

from New York, where he has i big time fishing, etc. subjects he discussed at some length temporary fencing while under the big success. Between a hundred and guest was presented with a basket of

the planting of Japanese sugar cane fifty and a hundred aud seventy five bon bons as a souvenir
; fur the al three weeks.Mr. of oak in
E kern | shade a big one corner was
Mrs. M. C. Juhan,. who has been and thinks it will be one of the state's tickets weresold. The train, consisting Miss Josephine was the recipint ofquiteanumlterof

visiting here will return to her home the selling ring or pit surrounded on of five filled coaches
.J. W. Treadwrll, a rUing young important crops He says he has comfortably lovely little birthday
three sides the tiers of seats for
Ithrnty from Arcadia, wan in Ocala I in Ocala, Fla., in a few days. Miss rt'centl'wade several analysiies of aof by left Ocala at nine o'clock and return- presents and in every particular t

frtdtj on a jirofMwiomil vNit.Mr. Allie Van Juhan will remain for some phosphate of this section and was buyers and spectators. ed at seven. the party was a success and the
the sale
Notwithstanding commenced -
time.-Atlanta Journal. surprised to find its almost entire The day at the lake was most de- friends of the little hostess wish for

Wtrrrn HoIticUw is tack from freedom from iron and alluimnum.j at one o'clock and lasted until lightfully spent in various ways, her many more happy birthdays.

Mrs. F. L. Watson who has been down there was not a
nearly sun
kbiummrr outing and is again I mainly bathing and boating, aud at -
spending the past few mouths inJacksonville minute that the crowd seemed smaller Public Sale Notice.
tin counter at the Ocala House. The Florida newspaper folks are noon a picnic dinner was enjoyed.Dr. .
with her mother Mrs.Leake j than at the start and not for an As administrator of the M. E. Keep
the salt of the earth. It simply Little, of the Episcopal church, estate I will sell at public outcry,
)lr 1 l. t:. llobiumm and son, and at Hendersonville, N. C., instant did the interest abate or the ,
r truth to say that a more generous and with his family and Dr. Lindsay, of Wednesday, September Suth Iff 13,
", ituriml Wwluehdny rrmQ.ar..t returned home "Saturday. spirited activity of the bidding cease.There of the best truckor
chivalrous canuot be found on the the Presbyterian church, with his without reserve, cue
r, where they pent several I I of earnestness and offered in
was a spirit small stock farms ever
Miss Katie Walker, who has been globe. Nearly all throi'gh August family, were on baud: and did much
i I manifested that Marion county.
they gave Punta Gorda thousands of enthusiasm was towards. making the day a pleasantone.
spending several weeks in Ocala: the DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
)>,..Carrie LontJ ha returutd from I did to fete and there certainly was the .
dollars worth advertising ana
guest of Miss Lillian Thagard and This farm is located 1J miles west of

UktSlitrtD, Martel and other places, the family of Mr. Alfred Ayer, re- not charge a cent for it. Toe result "odor of money in the land." The boat race between the Shamrock Mclutosh:: all cleared and well fenced,

vfetrt .ht ha been spending the Think of it for a moment, includingthe owned consisting of one hundred and thirty-
turned to her home e.t Jacksonville w 'that Punti: Gorda became prod'uiouly by Donald: Schrieber,

nrnmtr. ______ _ !I famous and on August nth! morning sale of horses, there was and the Reliance, the property of four acres of first class Hammock
yesterday. land all in cultivation, fourteen -
J10)00( in cold hard cashpaid
Xwr Ben Todd.of this city, hta WHS the biggest place in all Florida. very nearly Earl Lindsay, stirtlout to be a most with fair
F. H. Lytlf. of Lake Weir Ocala Wednes acres in grove pretty
Capt for stock
out in
ttrt&t); returned to Clinton Ky., Wntrtfore we say God bless the I exciting one but unluckily the wind crop of fruit twelve acres' in budded ,
was in town Monday. The captain I noticeable feature
Another was
"teat a vltli to his grandmother in newspaper f'Jlks.-Pullla iorda day. was too strong awl both boats were Oranges and two acres in budded J

kitga }:? as enthusiastic: populist: today as Herald. the presence' at the sale of a number 1 poized. Grape Fruit in good condition and 3.

--- --- he wa while editor of the Ocala Demands \ of ladies who watched with Keen Lake Weir is a most delightful ,. ODe of the prettiest groves in the
of DIckl ouUpttr I Hon. John (!. Reardon says the Good modern five room ,
Tb regular meeting in the most palmy daya of and appreciative interest the progressof county.
place to spend the day and the (-ro wdyesterday
)Irll.a. I Chambliss sal, besides being the frame residence; plastered and ceiled
( r. II. C. will L" held at populism in this state.Men. I the sale.
starting of an important industry forI all report a most excellent inideoti,; ; well and cistern; one ,
afternoon :
u. Blake's renldeure Col. R. E. Edmonton, one of the
o'clock.Un.W.C. E. P. Thagard, R. S. Hall, i I I our county, wi'S'he inspiration yes- time. Urge bain ; one large packing house, ;.
leading stock autioueers of the coun- and three good tenant houses, all in
C. Hall J. J. TillU, F. Ling, R. L. 1! terday of a new feature for one of our A Pleasant Wagon Ride.
IT. try, conducted the sale and began good repair.
lUrnm and aMlII. :;, O. W. Petteway arnd J. 31. "original" celeoratioas: at some future with the registered hull Mr. H. L. Rides to silver Spri ugs these beau- This property will be sold to settleup i 3

WaroeJ liotii 1Vr,Tuesday after a Martin are among! the turpentine day. Halter a Hereford and offer a Anderson, destined to become one of tiful moonlight nights are very popular the estate and a better property

**ki' TUit to ,..1.UvtohnJ friends at operators from this section, who are I prize for the wan who can lead him' and there i* no more delightfulway would be bard to find in the state;
the stock of the country,
big men
The (I. & G.
g Wand& Orof. attending the convention in Jacksonville through the streets without help. of spleuding an evening. Iocation4almost perfect.
and already owner of two fine ranches railroad divides the place and a station

Mr. Fnl ha returueti from Palat- .- Such a contest was witnessed on Main bought the first bull at $9()% the Last night the gentlemen or the right at the center of the property.

b,.".r* .h. I>M brru viaiiloK her Mrs. cW.. Kirven, Mrs. Bessie i street yesterday, and the Hereford third one at $.(0 and during the entire younger society set complimentedtheir Sale will be made at the resideuceiat

for and Master Benton Cotney,,, won out. girl friends with one of these at 11 o'clock, a. m. Terms cash.
Crook !
tujtifer, Mr. Herbert Cotney I sale bought by far the largest
pleasant atl irs. The crowd droveout W. E. .\I LEN,
teiml week. of Americus. and Mr. :.1ndlr8.. J. M,: j Mr. Herbert Crook after spending a I I number sold any one person twenty Administrator U
in a large had lunch at
--- Benton of Ocala, Fla., are guests of i iu ail.Below wagon ---
Palatka nine
in Ocala returned to .
Mr (*Uu y \Vhaley has returned i few dajs t the spring, returning hon before A Temporary Disappointment.The
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Weekly at their I Wetlneilda Mr. Crook came down will be found as nearly a
km a vUit Washington, lUltito4 I ) midnight. Gainesville Sun says:
home on Orrnond t'tre6t.-Atlanta I! of having his turni- correct list of the purchasers as couldbe
.*. New York He nay hat for purpose The party wag composed of the "The swamp land claim to a portion
Journal. and to his new obtained at a late hour last night,
I tune packed shipped of which has been in litigation
h plenty. Miss Sallie property
Mal a special following: Camp, Miss
-- Among the many articles home Miss Florrie Crook will remain together with the number of animals in the United States land office
Katie Walker, Miss Annie Mae
('tL rttr (). Knight, Col. }o'. M. planned for the special industrial i in Ocala with her sister, Mrs bought. This list is subject Staudley, Miss Edna Dozier, Miss i in this city for nearly a year, and

txiontoa and CoL J. J. Laudrum, edition of the Ocala Banner is one on ..... E. Gerig until the first of October to revision as only 101 are here Genre Peyser, Miss Florrie Condon, which has required the services of experts

Ohtw .fTftiup*'r proiuiueut attorneys the schools of Marion county by Mr. when bhe will join )lr. and Mrs. accounted for while 110 were sold: Miss; Eloise Miller, Miss Louise Harris to arrive at a decision, has at

'tit In Ocala D. Cam county superintendent J. A.Stevens, Citra, one.
)rtrrday.Nuruey W. 'rook at Palatka. Messrs. John Sullivan, Clillord last been fiually aJjuiicate.1.: The
of public instruction. This article H. O. Byrter, Holder nineteen.J. Ayer, Arthur Clark, Emmett Robin, local bud otliee has received from tie
liar three
n.J.1 after a of There is food for thought in the Urowulee Clarke
will be illustrated with cuts principal M. one.
Boh Mathews Albert Miller general laud oftice at Washington, a
**.k'i UU iuOeala with her sister! son, ,
: fechool buildings throughout the suggestion of the St. Augustine Record Wm. P.larl II, Punta Gorda,
letter which bears the informationthat
kn.JekCaruplefl Wednesday for Oco Zewadski/ Gustave Robertson, ;
of the absurdity of the situation
bib' county. one. Hampton Chambers and Mrs. Lee the swamp claim has been can
In 1"1I1'.I V..
in this state where the value of a Mason Ti-on Santa; Fe, thr..e. .
shoot of the I
-- -- The regular weekly Miller. celed. The had, which i is a portion

r., J. C. Porter and daughters are (k'alaliuu Cluh was held yesterday; single! year's products should amountto C. L. Reaves, Sara-ota, three.J. of Orange Lik, situated in Mirion

Cor- over73,000,000)\ ( ( while at the: same R. t-huler, Bristol, rive. I His End Drawing Near.
p etn1 hnuie HitunUy from afternoon on the grounds at race and Alachu4 counties, was sought by
the as-essor's: books only hold Maitlaud three.J. Only a few more hours and Jim
-"i"- Ii.. where they have been course. Eight members were present time : J. Saunders, W. N. Camp to be transferred from

.. the valuation of the entire state at H. Kuoblock, Martin one. Polite will be launched into eternityvia
.,."the .t mouth. was not quite up I ,
I lw, While the shooting the po-*** ion of the United States to
f 6jOUOOOO.-Troial Sun. W. Green Belleview one. the gallows. The scatlold has I
P. ,
usual good mark the practice! that i
ta the the state of Florida, in order it
1Ir. n. K, W"....trow rcturn-d Wed- been built and all preparations made !I.
Ocala two.
Mr. L. Haley Out C. Carmichael, !
wasaneujoyahleoue. Killed of Season. might be purchased and drained tor I
fcffwu SrJrrrie, v l here he liars and Mr. Jack B. L. Johnson,.Rockledge, four.J. for his execution today at ten o'clock.
best score and .
made Sheriffs'Hutsou grazing
lea 'IOt'UdIIJC the pat two weeks Deputy llOlli'l C. Mathews, Flemington, one. He says he has made his peace with purpoes.Had I
1f Camp second best. Wednesday arrested this scheme worked successfully i
auk till wife Mid daughter.Mr - day on W. P. A. Witt, M son, two. his Maker and all will be well for him

I Hev. and Mrs. James Campbell Waldron, near bait Springs, on a Miller Ocala after he passes to the great beyond. it would have proved a big thing I i
P. cue.
L. ,
Godfrey Moyvn and little sou Porter have issued invitations to the warrant charging him with killing for that section, as it was understood 4
Polite is the who assassinatedMr.
I .1 AfCiJl, haw been vpeudiug the marriage of their daughter, MI sHattye deer out of the season. He was tried C. C. Pawls, Montbrook, one. negro : Mr. Camp and other capitalists intended t.
H. A. Ford Ocala, one. Beasley at Levon one night about
. Iw few days In kala with Mrs. Mae Porter, to Mr.'illiam before Judge Robert Bullock yester- i starting a cattle ranch."
I J. L. Miller, Martel, one. two months ago I shooting from the ,
j X.J'r'' mother, Mr*. Inward BaJit"r Alexander Collier, which takes place day and pleaded guilty. He was fined For Rent or Lease.
I It G. Wright, Oxford, one. darkness without the least sign of
evening of Wednesday, the and costs or sixty days on the Two hundred acres of first class:
I tho )I, K. lUitluwm and daughter, on the $10 >... Clyatt Cattle Co., Gainesville, four. warning.:
f of September, at half past: hard roads.Two land; good wire and plank fence; G.
N+w4 left afternoon for thirtieth W. A. McMiilen, Largo, three.D. .
1 .tl'rtl.y & G. railroad depot on the laud, also
I 1 1V o'clock at the First Baptist cases for the same oflense will Doctors Could Not Help Her.
J 41t&DI. Atlanta and Savannah toRea4 nine A. Clark, 1'.artel, eleven. some patches of cow-peued land, one

1; 5 wyeral week with relatives church in this city. be heard by Judge Bullock today, Geo. K. Robinson, Ocala, two. writes"I had Mrs.kidney Raymond trouble Connor.for }'ear/of' mile from Post office, two horses and

Hutson, who is also bead of of water.
cattle plenty
and Deputy
-. i iI M4 frt.lId... Hemorrhages of the Lungs. H. L. Anderson, Ocala, twenty Shelton, leash., "and the doctors !
Cured warden there will Corn and fodder for sale.
says .
lungs wereso county game could not b. ip me. tried Foley's
"Several ago nine.
years J. S. LEWIS
If tnu.Ul|..ttH| or bilious, call fur badly allected that I had many. be more in a day or two. The actual figures of the cattle sale I I Kidney Cure, Dud the very first dove I Apply to Irvine: Fbu,
11 ;ttW* 1'ilU, and tf t-ertaiu our writes A. :M.: Ake. of gave me relief and I 1 am now cured.
hemorrhage, Swollen to Immense Size. Ute hour last night by
*"*. HiUlOU''I' Feet compiled at a : I'
I1VB)ouI tlKlltt'UUlll" took treatment from I ivtnrmt sty too much for Foley'sKidney A New Automobile.
Iiul. bad that
Wood, trouble so j
-wl4f .Ihlt"tlt:5 doses ::; without any belie- "I had kidney Judge D. S. Williams, are as follows: !\ Cure. Postoffice Drug Mr. E. C. Smith has just purcbtacd
. tle\'orl\llhy'ieian T could not worE:, says J. J. Cox of 1-
.I r 11rug Store. w to take Foley's iS Thoroughbreds average 137 30 3350.00 Store. m a very elegant automobile, which arrived .
then started feet were _
I tit. I View, Ky., "my 3165-00
..I Valley Grades average 55.53 I
, I) *,.J, W IXivl*, formerly of this I Honey and Tar and my lungs are now swollen to immense size and I was 15 Grade calves, average 35.00 525.00 Lost or Stolen. yesterday.
I machine is Mr.I .
it I The a beluyaDd
..I **J km now ou, c If the most uccess-- Mfcoumlaa a bullet. I recommend confined to my bed and physicianswere of sales ; 1 Tw hound pup, black and tan, 'I
trouble," Total amount 7540.00The I Smith u justly proud of hid latent
.. ftI fegrtal.le& grunter; In the t+UU1U1t'r- in advanced stages of lung unable to give me any relief. cattle sold were Shortborns and two and half months old; one fat the. Several of 1m frieais wife
il purchase.
>n .1
P.wtotlice Drug tore.FOLEYS prescribed Folej'sKidney other rather lean, naked j
II.I : Wit 'I.trld;, war lu the city Monday My doctor Cure finally which made a well man Herefords, and the property of the I of head. Return and jet spot reward.on top Iautomobiling I with him at ,.......

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STOCKTON AND THE NEWSPAPERS. JUPITCR-AMMON ON THE RIGHT OF .......................... dUacy hiS awakened j'n.t about ssI

THE OCALA BANNER.Mono : I I IJlr. CRITICISM. :. POLITICAL! CHIPS .: I much t"utba.iam in this section ** Women as Well as Altc fAre

I ; j dots the mention of Grower .Itve- Made Miserable
Taomi Jeer worshipped a; .. by
.. ,.. 1 i land torprertient.-D: .:Fuuuk Brt+z*. f
t !' ':'JI. i
l iIoiiN I .: -1' -, :-... I the shrine of the newspaperHe behrved Ta the Err of tie Ocala:: Baser: I i Kidney Trouble. .
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:. .:r:.-;::... .,..:1u \f-,-.,...... I that they were not only potenj i i I have ben tauzbt that in the : FROM THE STATE PRESS. : The tbd 1N his grown 10 ,I. -------
practice up
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tial factors along the Iiae cf material l !! !United States the eitiz-n i- a nr- ................. e4...6... y.iciMy tlLb.e jre .i .:.. -w1 .
Florida of every candidate butidio I :GV".ps Sail i6fiRt4 a-7
I development) but pillars of ergo and it is his rift to critjzise the be .. J' 'w
great i i Governor Jennings! must not I bis own pisiform! to rna ua shows tike I! ...... ...= a' : -'sr t.rutne

etret3tn in upholding: the pricepin: :: !|| ]public: record and puUw u'teraoct-s i lacking in bravtry- or he woaM r* utter rlt-w.Jr.liz.-l condition of the I I ,,', r- .<:... .. -' ...'. ....

.. and niiiauiniEg the dominant ides I| of those seeking pnblie oflke And that afraid to stand on that old !*; :'.1 1 .. l'-v{ '" :' : "o.A! 4...
democratic this
It h.s
iu eUie. ::
party .
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upon which free government re_ is, j' i it is coin to doO under a com deplume I rhform.-P&latk. Herald. .\: ---=- '- .". ..
f to iiiAi that it u bniztr ., !
come pass DO ... __ t. r- :...... ;
providing always that the I NNSIr. ", '" .
If he had tochoo-*, le id.lt'tv.rt'n 11 ) .
I si.3i 'ten: t<>r au a-piraut tor ochre toy -... :
without soldiers: or'criticism is proper, legitimate and Moektcn's conduct at r-nti !iG
& government i ";. / i
tw 'ite p* jj4f, like Li. B. Hill "Id.m'ocDt .:;
without he would let the ![ rda prove'conclusively that w-d" 1 ,
\ new.jiaprr j' \ r. .
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I tree..So am n E"t"Ty&lf/lJy it a ,.
under his own c&tce or him in the Unitedt- i a 0::: .. _
soldiers go. It wa his opinion that | person, cot want ..
\ : I j deiuuerat; but there arc *u iu oy salt the f s' : '.-
an unshackled rrb.grt t r insreugtbrninz under as a :urc&d name hs &right to s aaie. Oar people have no d-.iri.. j, 1 an a1e.4. ...4rtatnc3 ..
:'Iuda of dcmocrau that the word I iae k
the hinds of free I make an unfair or untruthful criticism Tillmanize Florida.-Florida Inarx.Broward I cxtrcl the paaa+1" -.j ..
: THE BASNER. EELIEVIXGIHOeE governmest i*1"-euis l" hiVe lost ita dutiucitve ..
bedwffcaysasear.. .
ABLE TO thin rIlVith banner l ". of a eacdklitr's record as: a ***. : Ire ;
AT THE TOP WELL : an : ..
ruetuiag. Ifiunduwn this t"Otalu_'. ritale'aue .
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TAKE CARE Of THEx.sELlU.S citizen or &a an official a.ayhave: been al"f-**-'u! saow t..e ':.. :.. '. 'sa -aa ;
TAKES ITS STAND IS THE BA&E1riDHS "In America," \Vorlswonh to of tlrui'Kraiv '. tteae inapt ..ut"p.ra .. y
The only criticism that I made of in landing filibuster expedition- troctkkidaefs d.e. .
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PEOPLE ; ass: .
Emerson when the met i
two I Jill
poets I -onliut'd b> Florid it would not ix>Knou4 > V
AND ITA FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOB: : senator: Brown's record to which j Cot, tu: ju-t because (.f thih ] all i t\1ad r. at: __ .
THE BETTERJIE.NT OF THOSE AT THE and were di-eussing this great country I <* :a matter, but it u the 4l1le most pecf* s.ppxe
exception was taken, i: following: should not think that he hn 1\1,1, i is Vcmen as WO!.' u teei" ..
JenoX tozetter"I \iL h to know not how WI ..
---- --- "Mr. Brown takes DO position upon the gubernatorial chair.-P..Utka everywtierIt seems almost u elr a nabs wirfc k lae ir : '__..., ,,,*,
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many churches or schools, but how to bop for party suec-re until a strung aDd both nee :-t l4-t f...
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 W& any of the is.,je* that were uppermost Herald. The mid and rk -- : .s

many cewp prrrs you've got. when be wa elected! to the een- .... oreaniz. tiou c,.n.be built up oa few S..amp.RiMt u t ..k "-11:1 iii....

This great poet believed: that if there ale, or that have arista sine*, unless THE PCXTA GORDA POLITICAL SCBAP. recognized genera pnncplej> to which tdrufrnu.: M Lr f t..
la bU Labor Day zpercb in TimIA
net tad aae i.
is the of franchisee and I
were an abundance of it ; taxing all subscribe.-Peusaoola sews
newspapersaad At Punta Gorda t Thur hr John can You
Mr. t ctfcektoa dida't rv a word about SUM. soar U. M&e
hl.h rd it & rtrd by those in a
they were read by the mia es that .... sample bottle t/ no
the **..Zar trust," but, rn,. Low he petition to know ibathe voted Mainat aid that Jim was a liar; and when fret, oho yvnpfejr t C. ._ .,

Iriutsled the far,asway trnsta.Mr. denisiiion of this kind m bb place Jim jot up John said Jim WA not a KR. BROWS'it PUTFoRJL sag ill ibo.i 0 in.: .;;V!_ -.". fII It 0

A justice of the supreme sourt of in tbe .-nate during the last s*=-ion liar. Political speakers: do tangle The platform: of C. M. Brown, candidate t 9Ba&C4MM .< eetc.,r.;r-l6, R..tf) dtauM
frees la !fSe\Ht
..";lHcktou rays h- has been a the UniUrd utn has jtl>!t given out of the lo ? hturt'." themselves up mightly smetimes.Prnazola .- for governor i* no.a1 the h Co.. Ilispa.aos. h.111'-:1 i bs aat a.+t IiIII.

fritah to the libtnn maa ever einte the opinion tbd the press in enabling This statement ws vehementlydenied Pre,:. mercy of the pre-r, and as be a thus tftto ;st..Veersd i

be tat tlxtrcu years old. John baa lit every day te know our fellow citzcns in the Evening star, and, if NAn .. I far rDnDin; on his! "rep," it tt beie? -- !
114 ,."..... spins.. :. as ipe0LJ4 i
txtet la pnlitto a long tioie. throughout the land has removed an after invcrtigation, it was found th'it illiet distillery i* <;.'].jj in hive ruthlessly: torn to pieces and the fri *?- II. ,
4bo.iolrisct., .. ..
ti pathie-and uiUunderstandicgs, increased the denial wan true and I bad done been discoverei in pho-pbate mine. 'i menu pied on to the next Since I. qq. I

EJ't"6kiag ain-t trusts d*- not dt=- oar sympathies and helped usto the honorable gentleman a wrong I Perhaps; that accounts for John X. C. j! Mr. Brown appears; to be friendly to iD; t'OIM.
I I Ie did e6ed.. .wt ..... I
tr.y tbtO. Tbry have born ex- realize: the purpose announced in had intended to make a public *edwled Sic kton's !aHu-ion! at Panta Gorla to everything and everybody, and b -- o..r Lelai
th. Sioektaaia WnSPireb .
tres toy 'imoolt% to rra-h ty l the constitution form a more perfect ?ement of the fct, bUt the "corn" bin da; out of tbe groand.st tug an iaoficnsiva platform that c.n .r. "DCIIII f

tte aad up la this time in rt.. li'la-1 union." He also sees in the prtu record proves that my inf'_>rLatioocorrect An u-tine P.reard.Ns I certainty do injury to DO person; firm their dtahpce'L1 I .. ru.' .. .. i
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fi&Uoa anti-tru.t Us h&t t.'n wag aid I am really! I
a poerfulinflj toward! the solution curry or corporation, and to which BO one

Tory have ta travel uadr of our many and deep social that it doe?. A SLIGHT TIP. I can possibly: raise any objcetiooi u "W. all.rA os'.. ,0 tll. prtiArrr

>pa* wfciefa all f. 't.. .1..,
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bee gnrdiaasbip af protection and problems, e-pedally by bringing them In the Journal .f the senate, June The Democrat is of the opinion j far Mil goess it deal only with 1Davoleetaaty.

ai c>*t shag i-arrire aa-irr free com before the court of j tnblic opinion, "a 4tb, 13>JS, pies: 63 and 69, the dhpoitioo that the tx t in: re-.i of this; eoti- those things which all mankind have Hut t .<-rM as. M !

i'.av's Mate M a rt,.i'.f ',f
ltiti ii that fre trade will give.The court of incres-iD wk-lota and power of the bill taxing frinebises uiven. -ioDildi-frict could he furred by for years thoroughly agreed upon, it yieossidgtsd I

s. Tbrf .-u. oc attar
todit r of the Pen'teiH Pr mightier than: any oriniz d tri- & falling cS the present' list of candidate i is difficult to see why it should provean j
maaafamar d. I
Bays that "Plain Join suith"been Lois bunaL" Here it is: for cocgrrs, and taking & new I unpleasant dream to &> many !
Any 'W jawill a.rT. Ito
wr&Q Iy inf'uaJ..i-tbat the WbiuIuRdd says that the editor Mr. Scott moved that the ruin be start-Suwanee Democrat. I critics. What would they do if llr. ;I.qpwe
L.4JoaiM i1 contain.
SuadArd Oil Cooip-ny bas lJt-nr reduced is by no mean a prophet, bat reverently Waived and senate Bill So. Ill be .... I Brown really took a stand upon the abe..t 01 th..r.ntyN f

taken: cp out of its order and now Whatever the people of Florida may of the ? Gad-ien eI' IIaU<$I I Iu.f
the price of kerne oil from issues day County
te u: sid, he is a voice in the I "
1Mno4. .
considered. H4ro
t "at w-
do with Govera- Jeuninrs and Hon.
sixty to twenty ern;.--: per gallon bat wilderness preparing the heN Whichas Timer. I
way; agreed to by a two parstpltraytN$0''U.r'.ear. Nsts'
< (
C. M. Brown shouM tend
ba-. kept the prier up to NiDttnt" by DO njf-nn-s a rrir-t but hia words thirds vote.And they : teem ANOTHER SOLOMON. "The Barr .ou'i* br .... :
when if it Wt'rtIJVt fur the standard a* delegates to the next presidential;
carry wider and further than thepries's "
ncedfai; said for b H ,.. '..w M*
Oil Co, hiving a corner on it, the i and be preaches the gospel of senate Bill No. Ill : convention ; they would make each
heffib08 Who Mill Ib ttir r U.'.
Albert Williamson on the Tallaferro- trill
valuable numbers of the
piece would Lot b* more than tire ba'Jaa ty. He is not a king but be A bill to be entitled an act to provide platform: diB3.
larks .
Stockton Senatorial Contest. f TlNlb'i are -c sin
ttels per gallon. nurtures and trains the king, and tLe for and require the payment of (;committee. X tW3. like the
We have heard and read TariOGi onward wb"1 tar imnd
taxes en franchise?, and to prescribe ....

The Metropolis H e.iitoriallyJL-ca's laud 1 i- ruled by the public opinion he the method for the letcru and payment WOODS ARE FELL OF 'EH' and saodryomBienu upon the opeo' waited'. i1 bt. ./, !,..-! s..pid:

M< lie H2e-ti pu of tbeuf rf"tirtmtx.t evokes and s-hape If you value this of raid taxes. Alfred at.:: Cliir-Abraias bas announced ing campaign' at Punu Uord:aDd t... bs.r sod then sh,w..-t ... II a+twe

HIlL Kafct. 11'. Davis from the good land tbe Lori has givn cs, if Was taken up. : his candidacy for attorney the consensus of opinion teem to be brave r .

woukl have a soul in this mar .
tttp>raaloml eonut in favor o you Mr. ti'ntt moved that the rules be general and Wm. H. Ellis,Qnincy, that the HOD. Jno. S. C. fc'tockuw, i* We ate tsjuvhen ..SL.) .1 "II .' -1 *tttt.

FIoeid*'!I ehit war hero: Cenfr&l veloasciviliztUon and lifting power waived ana Senate Bill No. '11 be is also after the same position. een in the position of ue Imbuua who tlsse a bit art 'l8 l e" ,' l' kilt

for humanity, look well to the nurture read a e-eood time by its titleonly. .
Itofert B'jlloek. Tb o mere f..ct that tor Kirk,of Brooksville, is a new man attempted to kill the frog with the the at: .aurg JbtIfolft.t.
1M ) au 1, it and training cf your kinz. is b"J I IW fbv,' ___
f.tropb >
important V bib was agreed to by a two in the rae for :eere'ary of tate. The butt of the eeytbe and forgetting the tSte

e.-.ecb W JitorJal di-eu.,ion proves >) great U iu' itllatiitfe bang felt In thirds rote. woods will be full.-Miami Metros blade above hU meet, chopped bu boor ,. "zit;1... : _-..,

*t UM .ofopo-tt OO ii not an absurd this country and: is srovnno rapidly And senate Balo.. Ill was mill asecond olis. own bead off .Lsaee .. n. Rat) 'ell

sae aM *01 the caaipiign advances I that ?!r. Joseph Pulitzer has jut time t.y us till ooly. 4N We make this Rimile aovilliogly. Abeln ,r(..;.. I. ..a, .M

Jl will grow iu iuip.,rttiice and liceBSW1Ru'a inn two million of dollars to founda Mr Raney moved that Senate Bill The departure of the train frO We have never trained ID polities irrketed oz IJ.. w 1"-- ,. .". .
Ill be indefinitely jo-tponed.
thfNl ".*ill net 1i0. n." wh'xJ:: of journai-ai.! The yta" and najs Mere demanded ala before his Lame was reached with Mr. Taii feao. We b.n.-, m itne t in t ;aU .en. .,( 'I. ..It. sir

At no period in the history of the : to indefinitely postpone.Yeas on the program preveuUd: Hon. C. M. fact, always been at n.riSllft'f' tiwiiwrrs d..,,", it. .. t. ..... ...

11- Mea-rs. Blount epeakicgat bib ,
world wa.-jourcali-oi more potential : : Brown CriB fought his election in 1S!9 &s we hire a 'aim.aao L y_

larl uf county fcuinji-,ioner?, whore than it tf/day commanded greaterrespect. Duiiiek, Faulkner, Gillen, Harris No doubt this was a put up job on the never ought auy candidate before: ago.

attire interest in all that concern Williams Kirk, McCaskill, McCreary, 3Iac- part of the railroads, and if we were For this we have DO apoUrie- to Soeh toot''trpsry nmeoaae ....... ...
Miller, Neel, Peacock,
the welfare of Mario county is too Brown's would tell ..
Mr. .
in place '
IIaQ'N1i0 Iu : aaaea
mike. We *>rL
Alontr-ide of tbe utttrc.ntof would
great Raney, Rou-e, sam, \Vads-orth. again pursue the

wflltuou to nerd comment, had thereat men we have quoted bow insignificant \\ hidden, Wil-on of the 7h, Wilson the toiling ma*** all about it. Tbe sameeour-e under similiir eircomstaners. It bi. ploys la Mr .i> i IT

ourxhibuioa Tuesday it the court of the -1:hl.SayIr.! train had no business to leave Panta piftiri.A
i appear the criticism of Mr. \Ve were then aetnated by
hour, a stniplesta'k! of corn grown .President, Me -r*. Bailey Gorda at all that Starke Tele .
Stockton that the newspapers Florida day.- principle. the oU .... ar k 1. "*.*
attbeptxir farm with three large and Butler, Carson, Crews, Palmer: Scott:; ,
not supporting him have parted Stockton illiams-9.. graph. There u no principle io de present Ialazleaael, Gb 'esa.. .1f.1.tfI.
fully d velOi,rd cars of uniform cizt. .N.
with their influence for a con;,idera- ;vi the motion to indefinitely postpone A TALIAFERPA.SDVOCATB.It content.. It is an initiate gre d forpablif' "It" blaaaed -.llia. w .t 14" tat AhsotMdttra
Thai the old field
w rrjjular corn
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tion. was duke, a d.A-i -s. ,t.iaFi.ridt
: agrl't'to. John Stockton and Jim Talhfrrro'acanvajs : intensified bathe rivalry
abd ,.merely a sample of the gen- a.Thotarput.
We hope he did not make this The extract quoted needs no explanation i is to be conducted by and petty jealousy of two politicaland
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trop.f for it is known that to "indefi enemies. 9* "i"'f6 '!' Ii
statement f"'r its; an unfortunate them along the lines oegnn a*. Punta personal:

statement for a person. aspiring for nitely postpone" a bill id the fame as GorJa, the voters; at the ensuing pri- The people of Florid should not, HdioM ti.. d.str at- .. ....till

knocking it in the bead with a tledge and we believe will not tab ia JaM...1. v .. I' {.. ,1.. lit
I could not rise to my high oiTh:-a to make and will react mary may conclude that: both of them any
f hammer.In UMpeotioe t.igr I a cab t .
upou him with increasing weight.Who are too "hot mustard" to fill a sat in stock in ih a contest They ibouU .
feet without fainting."I that b. p t r r e
the face cf the record I believeit the
weigh quslificatiuos of the .
believes that the Levy County the United states senate, and select two fllill. the 'Nita: a I I...

had suffered for three yearsor 1imc Democrat, the Gainesville star, will be conceded that in my criticism Billie. However, it is contendedthat men carefully and impartially in the II..,.. '. *

more at monthly periods," writes Mr. Brown wasdone .
no injustice. scales of justice.In Marion "'UI1'
Mi>s Ella Sapp, of Jamestown, the Polk County sews and other Taliaferro did nothing bat "what !

Guilford Co., X. C. "It seemedas new-papers ardently advocating Mr. JCPITEEAMMOS.Labr any brave, honest min would have the past three years Jme P. I

though I would die with i Taliaferro has been the hired senrsnt 'Cnn:
painsin Stockton's election are doing so for a done in hp1a .Madioa Recorder. llmntl'on

my back: and stomach. I could money consideration.If Day at Tampa. of the people of Florida in Washing f j

not rise to niy feet: at all Gov. W. S. Jennings and Hon. If be does ..,

l without fainting ; hadgiven Mr. Stockton dow not improve John S. C. Stoektoti made Labor So far have*.** the Bronson ton. wrong c iuni O'
I as; we rtrii decency and justice deouu aD exposition I
O up all hope of ever hl. methods, revise his statements
Diyspeeches&t Tampa OD Monday. Timu..D and the st. Peters
being cured when of mocF.it of ouch misconduct If, nn -
arid : "
equip him-elf with more inel- Both ( : r!! "P-
I of
ay friends insisted upon them took oe- iou to an- burg Times are the only papers in the the ober band, he has.. faitbftri'
iectual weapon=, long before the Citn i tio: t r .
nt ; my trying Dr. Pierce's nowe their candidacy for the United state that have in advocacy
t come outopenly to the trust reposed in him, then .
Favorite pain ended he will be asking: for a J 'Ib:"-.
Prescription.With State feente. Governor J ton- of JQO. X. ('. Stockton for j nothing but arrant cowardice should
but little faith I millstone to be placed about his neck. i Pi \' '
l.4" tried it, and before I had DingMtid that if elected to tbe ten- United slates senator, and are. tbt>r- deter us from such aa aeknowitdgewent. I ;

ate he would go into that high ofSe fore according to Mr. Stockton's .lUj-t.'. ,"
taken half a bottle I felt Broward for Governor. I .
It i
... better, had better appetite untratntiielied 1II.iih tbe determination theory, the only papers that have Dot As for our own a'titude, we haw 1a tam :
and better. Hou. N. B. Broward, the po inle i.iat: i* !lOot Oit ,
slept to work for the
; best interests been paid to fizht him. Our heart been loath to "render tribute to ....
Now I have taken two occupant of the go>error's chair for of the .1 At the L. i
and would
state consecrate t.1 edsfor editors; Farmer and S tuuh, tribute is due." We sincerely ..
bottles of' Favorite Pre the coning term, and who has been: .

scription' and one of la Pen-aeola for the past few days, biro-elf to its great service. who are working.. these, hot days to that Mmethmg would transpire at the I consumptii Scott's E" ; ;,1 a j
I )lr. Stockton hid be
dad to :
a, Golden Medical Discovery woos -4 ve the country while the rest of Cshave opening campaign at Punta Honda

,' and am happy to has gone to Berlin, in Hamilton dUeu3 the great problem of labor. nothing to do but wield a palm that: would "break the continuity" to regular di >*t

1 say I am entirely cured, I county, Fla., u'bu he will take part He paid a tribute to John Mitchell of The ::
leaf and draw our p&j.-starke the oCL-isl record of Mr. Taliafetro UM. t I !.
and all done in two I in a big political gathering and the "
coal strike fimef and said the great at once, h-. i .j
Y months' time when all i formal announcement of Lay candiIdacy Telegraph.JEXMSGS'. while serving his state in the nattan&l : 1
I -
a other medicines had failed I trouble in this country now H the 11.. capitoL caaes turn- : :
be made. Mr. Broard I
to do any good at all." was "bought newspaper." That it was FLATPORJI. In this we were grievously disap favor t'f hv..:
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant I well pleaded with all he found id Pen the He declared: in favor of the selection -
press of the btate that pointed. Nealectc.j c.nl" .. >-

Pellets a pleasant and effective j eacoli, butheis just recovering froman caused hm to meet "hi-j Waterloo"at of candidate? for ofii.'es by the The arguments used by tockUNl, not exist W ltfe S 1J.\ .

laxative attack of malarial! fever, it was Punta Gorda.A primary --vsteiu in spite of the fact his opponent would hare been goodin ion is.
for !
...."-:- out of the question for him to enjoy that almost every appointment be has advocating: re-rublbhiDg ef a I *

himself in any way. He will make woman who though over 4l has made to fill vacancies has been over railroad comoii< a. But this eoat PrcNI '* \1 :
\ I sioa; 't
cheats the i.-t ..' \\ :
his; announcement to the gathering cheeks like a wild rose alway uses a the protest of the ret() nizrd party mission has: not teen an i ?ae slate (

;. \\t.'i at the little Florida city tomorrow, little cornmeal in the water when the authorities or without any attempt its establishment in 13S7; and tie C\Dbe ckectt4.ik .

c.s; G" -- .. and may probably visit this; city washes her face. This used to be a whatever to learn the sentiment of vituperation heaped op,* ffftaia + M ,.... r* j

i-4 O- ..,.'" I{ acain iu tbe very near future.-PenNews. famous beautifier in the daJ8 of our me people in reference to his proposed wholesale firms in the state, JH rt- 1ESa... ....iii ..J
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,.: sacula grandmothers. appiutHT On the ",hole his can I ctiving rebates, laeg after It has lit _Jt- ." -1
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j REIGN OF: TERRIBLE I.k I. eight At Demle"rebels"Hlssar and their a tower families where were :I -IRATE SISTER STOPS It is the right of et"erychild ;-. :

huddled together, was blown up by a P aren IS' to be well born, and to the J
it must look for t\1
dynamite bomb hurled by a Turk. The parents j jt
Inmates were annihilated. Anc/her I II Ei.OPING COUPLEWild health andhappiness. .;{t '

t TURK ONE OF( TERROR. tower With In in a Turkish similar the same way.district spies was everywhere< destroyed I I Chase Over the Prairies R eSp09S-b-I-a! I !ag c I o\v vably incon-great.' \I 'ii#

ready to charge Bulgarian with I P"G
any important 't'J'-l J.
treason, Is s.a.f6.At of Illinois responsibility, and how that
-_ __ none ; no taint of disease is left in the blood
Znfirl: ten were killed lately In FLEEING PAIR IS CAPTURED re to be transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the moat I

a manner that Is a trevesty on justlce'l pitiable suffering, and marking its little body with offenr

trocities Committed in Four hundred armed Turks Sensational Features In an Elopement sive sores and eruptions catarrh of the nose and throat, weak eyes glandular ,
). J\\ocedoQioQ!) the village and took up their quartersIn swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity. !
the principal: khan or Inn. The chief Drama Which Was Brought to a
How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach ,
; sent for ten villagers to be brought Sudcen Termination by the Prompt themselves for bringing so much misery into the world ? If you have 1

r Turkey. before him among them the khan keep Action of an Elder Sister. any disease lurking in your system how can you expect well devetofxri. '
er. A death warrant was read to healthy children? Cleanse your own blood and build up your health, and j
r them all. At its conclusion the khan you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures
Chicago, Sept 8.--An Irate young&i
koeper as a mark of Turkish esteem, lister of life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and made
E pursuing couple
t. runaway over
, was shot. The others were stabbedto mankind healthier and happier.
the Illinois prairies while the motherwas
eath. Their homes were then de There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn Hood
NO; FULL ACCOUNTS GIVEN spoiled. confined to her Chicago residence troubles as S. S. S. It searches out even hereditary
with T
hysterics and the enraged fata-
Eleven more Bulgarians were killedIn poisons, and removes every taint from the blood
i r er was hastening to Carey, III, constituted
the same way In Morlcoo. and builds up the general health. If weakling'
the elements In aa elopement are growing up around you, right the wrong by
Plots and Counterplots.Plots drama which put a sudden stop to the putting them on a course of S. S. S. at once. It is i ia

T and counter plots fill the air. tinder romance of Lillian Rellly, No. purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects, and can L< taken

and The revolutionists, copying after the 6S50 Norman avenue, and J. P. Mo by both old and young without fear of any bad results.

iDesperatioi) Veijgeaijce Surging iq) Every Turkish spy system, are pending their Bride, a young man of Dundee III Write us about your case, and let our physicians advise and help yon.

'I. men in disguise into Monastir, Salon- Mss May Rellly. 18 years old, the This will cost you nothing, and we will also send our book on blood and 1

I' Heart-Bulgarian Rebel band Flying black lea I and other cities and towns to start daughter of James Rcilly superintendent skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AtUat. Ga.

conspiracies to assassinate the Turkish of the construction! department of
the board of education, captured her ,
officials. They hope in this way
Flags-Some Regions are Yertable to show the outside world that there la!! 18-year-old: sister, with the help of the 1
Eight police, yesterday, and took her
no government, only anarchy here and
back to Cary, Ill to await the arrivalof
thus Induce
Charqel Houses. European powers to step
)Ir. 1
, In, depose the Turks: and give the Bulgarians Reilly.

F their freedom. If a general Mother Is Summoned.
1 wild cries of maniacs. They have assassination of Turkish officials Lflllan Reilly and her sister May
k ion. McdQnU, Bapt. S.-Tha should outlaws
gone mad. occur a massacre by Biliousness
went to Cary, lIt, for their summer
. tin dip! tci ea which are now being One of these poor creatures was seen would follow and Europeans and Amer. Taxation five weeks ago. Miss Lil / 1. Makes

tljtpM abroad contain but a tou- crying aloud and hugging to her breast Icons would suffer alike ian had Instructions to take cafe / / Chronic Invalids. \
of the truth of the atrodUca -
adth pan the bloody hoad of her child. A Turk >t her "little"' sister. \
b in COLUMBIA HAS SEVERE FIRE. When the liver torpid, and fails to do tu work
perpetrated I is
bye n ish
1I soldier,
t. on entering her house, with About 1 o'clock yesterday the "lit i f
Xartlionlu Turkey, one swift blow of his sabre, cut oft tle" sister alarmed the members of the I R, pr /L the bile enters the blood as* virulent poison. Then \
Estimated Losses Will Total Leastioooca
k ftd. it U not possible to write in the head of a toddling child, and, seizing at family living In Chicago by telegraph. r 'rfj: cornea constipation, bilioueoeaa, eick beadacba, fevers

gN Csflltli language, much loss topt tt, hurled it at the mother. The $ tag Mrs Reilly: '::5 rl! and malaria. its only: treatment that pie the lifer lust v
* Columbia, S. C., Sept .About midnight g I
!lato type the outraged that have frantlo woman caught !it to her breast Manama, take the 5 o'clock train 'I''r tha right touch and Et&rta Nature's work u> the ngfcttnaoaer 1} ite'
; a destructive conflagration bt.a.rtin -
km done by the Turks upon the Bui- and rushed crazed and screaming from for Carr Ill. Hurry. May." 13
|trJat-man. woman and children.Ti the house. Soon after the arrival of the Misses ,
originated In he soda fountain ol r. SON'S LWEH PILLS j I Ijl
American missionaries cannot The passion the Turks for blood, Xepapas In the Wiley bulldog which Reilly in Carr, where they were stop !
protest" H thin moment effectively for killing every living being, no matter was a roaring mass of flames before ping at one of the hotels, It is said a tk ANDTOMG! PELLETS I i 1
iptot tt. Turkish atrocities for fear how helpless is owing to their religion.By romance between Mo
began young 1 1j
the alarm could be given aDd the fire The pi2 touches the liter, and the pellet toad the
c( brfnjtaf further attacks on their their sacred book, the Koran they department summoned.The Bride, a clerk for G. F. Oatman in Dundee 1 systc,. .

glttortasw and pupils. are taught that every Christian that not many miles distant, and Miss L
losses will be heavy. The Southern
Till *'bo' rfrgion Is a charnel house. they kill adds to their own glory and railway's: offices, Howie's photograph Lillian Reilly. Thursday night McBride \ SS doses !cr$dajrs coot 25 cp-.ta, IDI ua % 1

TJ* air trails of burning human happiness after death. So these Mus gallery and Minmaugh's clothing came up to the hotel and took p-. \, kiss your rye u exreed'rg'y tad, you / 1
Issb, of victim immolated In their sulman fanatics know no limit to their the elder sister out driving. : \ w-ii be e9 bear' you !in-j>h thcra,xj
store are destroyed. \ Sample f.-ee F >r sale at 4/
bomas. The unburied bodies lia slaughter, while chanting "GlooUri.c
.n 1
The detailed I losses as nearly as can Chase Is Begun. 411 d-at.
the rains of countless village
IIOq i'cu-s,1 ncearias: "beings without'
be estimated are:
When and the
midnight came young
IOZM. v .n'.a," and aIling their: victims dogs J. L. Mimnaugh! clothing store
couple did not return from their star
mountain the black flags of
.. la the r.r.u !h;in: as the butchery goes on. stock a-d buildIng $75,000.
light she took Manager Daly
drive ,
lute of men who are the 1
Altar such hcrrors as these It islet .
Xepapas, soda fountain and fixtures,
of the hotel, into her confidence and
tetters of the :
bothers'l strange that the Bulgarian incur $2,000. ? s Y;
within an hour the chase began. 1
have met
cUdrn who rests have taken vengeance: on the
: Kaletskt. clothing, etc., $8,000. .
I' After May had telegraphed her mother
tubs of tU Turkish soldiers and I 'Tuiks. Soldiers bearing the black ', Upstairs, Wiley building Columbia Daly hitched up his best horse and POST OFFICE DllUti STOKE, O( AM. 1'1.D ..\.
I'erl@a IN rtsed. flag recently :advanced on three Turkish
: Business college, J. S. Land Insur- ,
started out with the young girl in pursuit .
Their black tell the story of desptiUion -
nags i villages near: Oc r:1 and massacred nee; Sun Mutual Insurance Howie's of the fleeing '
pair. Tracing
and surging .inC
i vengeance men womea ant childrea. photograph gallery, damaged by water,
them as far as Dundee, Miss Rellly sue
wery burL On one side of the black "Puppies make dogs," they cried,
: hi are the Initials C. C., standing for and slew the Turkish babies Just as $;)Southern.(100. railway ticket and general ceeded house. to Daly locating went them to the in a back boarding door I ea@ ..e8. ..e..........

. (I 4t2a n!a Cupola -Liberty or death. their own hid been butchered by the freight offices damaged by water. seeking admission, but McBride was m 8e. .

Do the other se are the Bulgarian Turkish soldiery. Two buildings containing four stores on the alert, and arousing Miss Lillian e .
tort, meaning! "God is with us. BaM at
The Turkish government's rage floor offices etc.,
on ground and up- Rellly at whose door he sat on watch
seed Cheer 0 nation. this retaliation! of the rebels is beyond
0- stairs, are practically destroyed. they left the house by a secret door g MeckingAdvertisingS,0ne
Life for a Life. bounds. It is said that the government These are on the comer of Plain and and before the pursuers were fully

n-e-bo bear the black Gags are will: now let loose the whole hordeof Main streets. aware of their movements the elopers & .

pleiied to exact from the Turks a. fierce Albanian: brigands, as well as I The total loss is now estimated at were galloping along toward Elgin.

: !fee tar eve y Kin, woman and child the outlaws from the Deborah district $1)0(10.: Daly stopped long enough to telephonethe P&.y N N 1

tUt tfct Tm,.i v: exaelves have so bar. These are nothing leas inan professional 'OF-MANILA Elgin police to arrest McBride on
fearful k1:1: d. assassins. The Bashl 2.zeuln. ROMANCE the charge of horse stealing, and this tj -- .

The Insurgent regiments have nearly who have already been turned loose -- gave the elopers sufficient time to 0E9

tX tr lull: ll..ti leaieat of men now. upon the Bulgarians, are mere amateurs Senator Hansbrough's Niece Weds en': leave their horse and buggy at a farm. .

t r Hjn nvuieh hsu.aoseSETAOIM in butchery compared with theAlbanians I Army Officer. house and foot it into the city.

Ti,BaljirUn: young men in the towns and Doborahs. : Washington, Sept. Lieutenant: At early breakfast in an Elgin restaurant drop of water does not make the ocean .

f -W bave ben delayed are making The Sultan Hires Assassins. Frank II. Walker and his bride former. the sweethearts were surprised .

j t laze to join: their comrades under the Many of the Albanian and Deborah ly Miss Rosalie Fitzhugh Hansbrough, by the police and McBride taken eJ :One grain of sand will not make a shore 5

Mark flag, to wage open war on the assassins! have been sent in small a niece of Senator Hansbrough whose into custody, just as Miss May Reilly S
tD One feather does not make bird
McBride offeredto a
TorUBy and Daly drove up.
bands, in the disguise cf Turkish clti- marriage in Washington on June 1 was
I i mutual! understanding among lens, throughout all the towns of Mace a social event at the capital, have arrived show the police where the buggy : ;;One leap will not make a frog :
famCj been left, and Daly agreed not to
the Unitarians, one man in each donia. They are ready to strike downIn at the Philippines. Mrs. Sarah had

U t allowed to stay at home to save secret any Bulgarian suspected of 'Walker: of Benson street, Bloomfleld, prosecute him. IT IS ALL THE REST- 9

tit women and children, If possible, being In league with the black flag reg N. J., mother of the lieutenant, reedy Miss Reilly is expected to return to 9

I tram Turkish rapine and murder. But I iments. Or they will start a massacreat e-J a letter from her son telling .of the Chicago with her father. McBride, it
bay families Is said, has promised to meet her here o .
b lpfg! to protect their ir I the word or nod of a government safe arrival at Manila.
art tt. handful of men remaining in I official Lieutenant Walker is dental surgeonin and it Is reported that a weeding will Q -I-- S

E tht tot ni U shown by the recent mas- I jMT It There !Is no punishment for these the regular- : army. IIi bride is a follow a

: isbassins. A courtniarual: Is unknown charming southern girl, who can boastof .
r Tu...... treachery was never more I here. Being the secret agents of the a long line of aristocratic ancestry. Sneeze Cause of D:ath. @

[ ferVtrmuly shots than at Smilievo. I government, they enjoy immunity for Her home was in Yirg:nla. She wasa Cincinnati 0., Sept. 8.-The death! e S

f rare the Turks had encouraged the j all their crimes. The pay they draw general favorite in Washington social of \V. S. Jordan, traveling passenger Eb And so it is with most things in life mid 5
s B urUn! the mountains, circles.: The wedding occurredin railroad is
men to go to from the bankrupt government is practically agent of the Big Four Swill
Ift4 prumiftrd to guard the lives and | nothing. They take their pay St. Margaret's Episcopal church in traced to a very uncommon cause. o especially! is it true that one advertisement

. has r of their families as they would Washington, and the newly wedded About two months ago Mr. Jordan was make successful advertiser.
la loot. g not you a
tMr WB. nut when the men had I The Bulgarian insurgents are exactIng pair at once started for San Francisco one of the staff of assistants sent from 9

I It* :ht. town, robbery and carnage an eye for an eye and a tooth fora where they embarked for Manila. this city with Excursion Agent Clarence : Lay out a line of publicity and put it in 9

bjsaBMrdar tooth wherever they can. The lieutenant was graduated from I Horton, of the Big Four, to Belle- 9 !
ef an American Mission Girl. I At Noclani a month ago several vil Columbia university, in the class of fontaine 0., to handle the multitude o S

I A !air young girl who was known lagers and their wives and dmgtters 1900. He is the youngest dental surgeon of delegates and visitors: to the annual

t. bate made one or the black Gags I killed by two Turks living In the in the army. He joined the service meeting of the DunkarJs. or Gee
*. her father and brothers, who had I same villager Last Monday 60 oi soon after his graduation. man Baptists. One morning while g THE OCALA BANNER

t ***covre
eRy or DMth." was selected: as the first join the rebels. Cut before start- Eloodhounis Chasing Aseassln. at his hotel he sneezed violently. Immediately g \t? \ Thattrill Pay 'z So

f **Wa of Mu&sulman hatred. She ing they caught the two Turks and Raleigh, X. C., Sept. 8.-Blootihoun<3, following this he was taken

*** a {wi'it; hI Ute American missionit killed! one of them en the spct where are on the trail of the assassin of with a sharp pain in his:; right! side.

kkoo: M nasUr. where she had he had wrecked a Bulgarian house- Lucian Lucas a farmer of Harnett Otherwise apparently in good; health. @OC S1i1111111iN1111111111i111111111iI1Plhlliii111

aru,1! her r.,- Mlework.! The ether Turk being much : county, who was shot dead by some this pain continued to Increase and
Tn,., !beat i l.er. tore her clothing off the wo'se of the two w-s taken to unknown person in ambush. Lucas he was never free from it until the @ e e SCQ.e9 8 e8..0.0e.
II his 10-year-old son beside him, of his death. The internal Injury -
*H tht n drive her through the streets. tbe mountains to be tortured before ex with time!
... <>t tt* Turkish harems spat upon I ecution. was firivin; a wagon loaded with turpentine he sustained through the one violent
*. Albanian stabh ant while passing through a sneeze finally developed into an
poor rn ature An There is simply no end to the formsof
hi finally thick piece of woods a heavy load o! abscess and death resulted.
"r with a bayonet, and murder that are going on every

I IUtJ lie J! tff Hack her flag right and hand carried that bad the I Ii where.at Resen Thirty, on Bulgarian the charge: men of arrested being shot ly. was His son filed drove and killed the team him with instant the Took Out His Heart. I I I ? 'tiilili1111111111111111L! t

i t"My' aloh l on his upraised bayonet I traitors. were' b1i ...." ""-"- *" """"" dead man in the wagon to the houseof Chicago, Sept 8.-tAn operation on *. V. MILLER r .
L ** bt ,done,'d through the streets. :; uaui. ney were followed by a neighbor a mile or more away. the heart of Matthew Plowman, who : W. W CLYATT, Mgr

r JU the Turks broke it,1i the BuilW I weIr weeping wives. Killed by Croquet Ball. was stabbed in a fight with James >

r fii' houses at this place, they seiz- Rolled! Stones on Captives.The Canton Ga., Sept. 8.-John Mullinax Gormoot last Saturday may save theman's .1

f ** tie women tore the earrings from Turkish soldiers: becoming tired a 10-year-old boy was struck on the life. At Mercy hospital. wherehe ; (
bt .'*rs. their outer cloth- I taken took out his
stripped with was physicians
while a any
their charge and of the lamentations left lower jaw playing
itt cS, !aid: \ ti. 50 aside as plunder, and I of of tteor.en, halted the calve wooden croquet ball In the street neat heart and sewed it up. Then oxygen I
*** and and -
& Marched for hidden jewels administered continuously
in mountain' defile.! They then his home in Canton a few days ago,, was -
tee concealed upon the women. In' cave a themselves! with rolling:! down from the effect of which he died. last night it was said he had a possible E When buying Real Estate why not know what you f

l tU end they usually killed the women, amused ui-on the captives, men chance of recovery. Plowman was ::= are buying Let us make you an abstract of :: i iE

r tf ass ttntllMM' their bodies. Girls event and hue women stones aii i+.a, bowling! them over Carnesville Gets Telephone. stabbed with a bread knife in the left : title, thereby: saving :you future trouble ::
' I. tfll ;>r age of 10 and 12 years shared They finished the hor Carnesville, Ga., Sept. 8.-The South- breast. The wound almost cut his and annovance. :::

t um fate, in the very presence ol r 11U8ulna n"by knocking out the brainsof era Bell Telephone company la build heart !in two. S ft
tleit rible sport
mothers. of life as line to this place from Laronia.It ;
who showed signs ing a Bank Opposed to Trusts. -

ciaoonng... Bulgarian rims maddened insurgents by in the the they any lay aacag the mass of rocks and will give communication and all by long'phone distance Raleigh, N. C., Sept 8.-A Raleigh j Taxes Returned and Paid for Non-esiderjts. f

!1t of their burning homes in SmUieto. mangled bodies.Scattered direct with Atlanta bank, the Mechanics' Dime Savings _- i- t'

; Buttered a regiment under thelark all over ttis region; are I stations. bank, is down on trusts. It was asked -- -- 1

'at and made an assault on the :. stone towers, used In times of peaceas to allow an American Tobacco com ::. Address ::: :s
L tot* They overpowered the Turkish grain: stt -o; {'U5-es, like the elevators DeKalb's Books Found To Be Correct pany's sign to be painted upon the i
8.-G. F, COMPANY ::: l
f 1Q/41tr./ killing them in the narrow in the rrame! states in America.These Montgomery, Ala., Sept wall of Its Duildlng, but positively refused SECURIT1"lBSTR..1CT "
examiner of public -
*&*ft* like sheep, giving no Quarter to towers have nOV become plates Ledberry assistant his giving as the toTe ground that :-:= Ocala, Florida. ::: 1
l **' destroyers of their homes. of refuse, where Bulgarian families acounts, has filed with the governor tha building could in no wise be used iIlIIIiIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllUlllllllllllllll

Mme Bulgarian women in the vii gather, and where Insurgent troops report on the officials of DeKalb coup. to advertise trust good lillllllllJll! l i
all the officials: !l !
t h1N of Itoin and Krushi. who have muster. The towers have been the ty and he rents. I !l !l i
in their iunt i
|WTT! .:: now roam about the ruins scenes of horrors. correct

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Several Changes In Consular Encounter Between Chrisi i j i I Posts: .-? 3tbati3n3 By I ld : Benford, of Atlanta, t For Shoes,

Service. tins and Mtssuuuas.: j r. .TL ur-ad Jtryr.M 'taxes his Lift!.. I.
I i We have the best line of Cheap Mk: JM. "- .
l Grade Shoes handled in Ocala, and we jjua ..

John W. Riddle, Now First Secretary Beirut 1 Is Nsw' Center cf Great Anima t i j C1rstax cf the Invsaiijstisn: is Seen t; Promises Regarding Financial Matters antee every pair solid leather .

ef Embassy at St. Petersburg!:: To ticn ami More Severe Outi>rea- That He Had Broken Made Him Ds- ; Your money back: on any purchase if x .

Expected-General Revolt In Prcv1 1 I want itCHAMBERS. . .
Be Consul General at Cairo-Other fiEqaaiiy\ \ : : as 1';:11 Kr.o.. n as ?Klr.aittr spondert and with Derringer He I

ante of Salonica Imminent.Paris. I
Changs General Hirrseif. Ends His Life.AtUaU. II
VOu:1ngtan. Sept S-The p-ei-'e tLea Se;&. 9.-Official frirtcea reeT&i vr :.::gtoa :ept. 10.-Ore cf tie I Sept. 10.-Edgar A. Btnforf, I Jrsprtetnilng ,

made ttc following promoUGLS: and t ty the !foreign*:.ce fcere give !! jerssis .:'.ictel yesterday by tie felt the Deer:..f H&rveetaillacilas 2nd door from corner Opera Hou,e Bl>:vk O<>a.l F s.I
tppoiitarrits k the diplomatic ser- !1/ief
trice: Tte killed tumbare: five or six and j pcsul :.u\e Ui.ios, :U George W. AuateU buliius. kited tlnssil: &: 'I II

John W. RJidlt, of MisneajoSs, nOJlrEt many persons were w, '.tndei The I'j Itfivers. i.r.r.t.y: chief of the civiecn :3{) o'clock tiis Wazi:. ia Grant
city U in an iateu .tat of igluuca. 1 ---- .-
secretary of tit es.!;iooj at St. of salary and allowarc-s. It isurie.ctojd parkA -

Peler I:!':. to be consul general and The outrbre&k occrred on the night of tiil tie charge is conspir cote was found on tU pr oa in

diplomatic affect at Cairo, ia place trf Sept C betw...2 Christians and MUIiulmaE I acy. which he rt2t3 that he bad made I II I I

Jots G. Loc deceased6t and the tgZZzs WL ftriou. Another of the iniictnen is c-iry prom aes to friends regarding 11r\RS.

scer E. Bliy, of 1wU$ls.COT sect: tr .3aS..3 iad iwres being CJd- 'l't\\ against Acguti W. Maehen on a new financial matter and had broken them i Millmmr L. T, TOMPKINS

retary of legation at CortaLtiw'k.to lullac: coual resoa d ore C'.rl. set of f3.cli-. involving him with Beav- all; that his Masonic friends had uphell

be first secretary: at crrtatsy of St. who had Uta sUbbfei azd who had I I ors. The charge is conspiracy.: him and had helped him in one ,

fs:: s ia frccl of the 6oor oi the con- I and another until the power \
Fine Millnery i i. the t-h"H f .
stlate.Ttl. i | ; >- n,
had become
Peter A. Jay, of Rhode Islasd.: LOW of humiliation togreat

Mcond fetrcretary of legation at OKItictfnojle was ti4 Irst liforsatlos: receivtd r- for him to bear, and he had de-1 i finest markets in the world. au i the

to be first secretary- tHr- here showinj th e re.&lyt- termlned: it was best for him to er.j: work a dream of art. A I" niii\-\ :-
out condition pr vall j. Lt Ben:<.. It I
his t:fe. i
*e 4 Frau Saiiih, of PfcaceyiTaila.! to success! Styles novel and
be second secretary of ti* legailos caused I:' ch. &7prehen
at Cocstariiroyle. circles. The preaeaca of the United I right!: temple with a 44 caliber derrlngor. I' defying competition and surf.t,-ii! s ii

Soles cruisers Brooklyn, and Sc At the time he killed him",.- comparison. Try

LABOR DAY IN ATLANTA. Francisco at Br rut Is regarded! u & ':I' 1 4r is believed he was in a cittinz posl-i j MRS. L. TOMPKIN: s

fortunate circuristanc: *. ton.1e:1 found this! morning his: ; for your winter hat. Y tau IIJ'.t: ,..
It is expected tiavfwr other or !lri his :
right doubled under
arm was up
Meat Successful Demonstration Ever
pleased. Do not buy until i.d ,
warships will gather there. The official body clasping tie derringer ueaia yt.u \
Hold In tne Gate Ctty.Atlatta I
reports further tiow that Be4frt: appeared to have been instantaneous.On i! t I visited her store.
SepL S.-Liber Day ia J&lasta i;
:U, cy: of trrw pliCfti; vllci are cow his: person were also found letters '
was scat ? riatly aLi flt-
centers of great ad atio=. Smyrna, ': to fries and one to his father,
tltgiy obs<< ej. Tte attendan:
'J'+ch hitherto has been comparatively :1' who is a prominent and wealthy bankr. : ., I'j _
from terljhborirg towns was larger I O::pcPstcaa Fentiturt :>ton ('( -.-' ,
quiet, is on the eve of ou lrei.k. Greatexciteaent 1 '. i of Greenfield, Ind., which is th-s Est ani Majac'.aSTRAUSS' fti CCt iliC L<"" : .. .
tin ever before md the big tabor I
: : p-rwails there. The authorities t : home of the dead man.
lay farad iurpiwed aaytliuj of the .
are ic :nstant fear of an octbrtak At 3:3ti: o'clock this morning Patrol- ;
Hcd wen in this! city. i.
but fortunately! they have tie I IIel1055: and Smith heard the shot | r
Headed by Cifef John! w. Ball, ciff
able thus far! to prevent an encounter which! ended Benfonys life.: They -
of policy wad a equal of raoanted off1 I
between the: Christians: and Mussulcans. i{ were making their regular: rounds 13
has, tie parade moyel from the 6tcipliol I STRAUSS'ROYAL
The Salonica advices are also !i the park when the! firing of the pistol 76'"Tlje
along Mitchell gtreet to Whit
again very disquieting. It is expected Cloud W. BEA nas.m I was heard near: the old deer enclosure, j ji
t till street, Wen flo=g Whitehall andPeacfctm
that a general: revolt through- ::e the oftklals refus.e to disclose !i some distance below the band Eland i ia i

titre ju to North avenue ing among tie foreign oSicial atSalonica j the names of the four remaining per1i J the park. They immediately proceed-:i ; Firjest"
a coulter much was cade. ti I i ii II RESERVE
S pros a.!on coming back Pfctcirtrtreet : '@ that a general insurrection i eons who were !Indicted yesterday i: i iI j ed U tte place, but heard totting tc j

win shortly be announced by the Macedonian Is said that none of them is or has attract their attention, and could fin:a i t
u far aa the grand opera Lour, I i.
committee. In view of this been connected with the postoSice! department no trace of the work of Benford. j!
where the dlrUioni were disband FULL QUARTS fl> Four Quarts
expectation rigid poMce measures have and that one Is a man cf They then left tie place, and a few j 4 ( $3 50
A feature of tha ti
wa been taken by the Tall, who is showlz : I some proWlae:::ce. It was stated a: minute: before 6 ClOCk this morning ,: DELIVERED $0UU Delivered, .
tarp harmony that: exisU between
r % much energy. Reports from Monsitlr the city hall today that the climax oftte a negro laborer, passing through tb '!

ito compos the white the and Atlanta colored Federation laborers say the insurrection in that: district j I investigation is to come shortlywhen park, found Benford'a body cold 1:e'l j I Ii i

of Trad(1S. baa been practically crushed by a person cot connected with the death on the ground. '
The negroes were gives
the extreme: measures taken by th* department but equally as well known The body was taken ia charge by I
their pace In line and
made an ertlect
& appearance, receiving their Turkish troops. ae the postmaster: general himself, Ce park authorities and an uniertaker Every bottle of genuine

The officieU! here attach: slgnicanceto undoubtedly will! be !Indicted for complicity notified.
hare! of the applause along the ifr e I
of march.! the report showing that a number in the postcSlce: frau s.I Last night at 6 o'clock an unknown

of Serbes have crossed the border and The grand Jury began hearing tie man entered the 'Piedmont hotel and
number of I
out-of-town visitorsin
Atlanta yesterday fulfilled all pre Joined the Macedonian! revohrtlonlsta.Reports evidence in this particular: : case today asked for a room. His appearanceforbade Pabst31ue

dictions. from various points throughout and it is stated that when a report is tte clerk: to allow sin to register i

Tie Bulgaria show there is a strongfeeliLg made, It wl!l in all probability conclude and he immediately left the hotel
trains on every road broug
In their against Prince Ferdinand: owJcg the isvf-stieatlon in lt'ashiagto F This: is supposed to have been Ben-
quota until ,
LOOn some com.ing to the fact that he left tie country --- ford, although he has not yet beeaidettiflei i
on regular trans,
some on special Spring the: crisis. It is not expected i as the same man.During i
and some on excursion trains. i! Lan tie military. i Ribbonj
ho'tthat the agitators
Among the visitors were not only labOring i I The British! consul at Beirut Immedie.tely the greater part of yesterday 1
will succeed in carrying out their'his Benford was seen at the : He
men and union members, but alter the riot called up tt? sand aI: park. !,

tudreds of sight-s&ers from the ear I P0t3; &l! U.'e.DEPARTMENT. threatened to ask Rear Admiral borrowed a knife. from.. an .employe. I: i!

rounding towns. CctUn to land marines from tte American oppn a car oi fannaes. whIch ne ate ;

These visitors, as soon a their trains NOTIFIED squadron in the event of renewal with some crackers. ;i bears the trade-mark "Pabst :\ Iil.vaukee" .

arrived, scattered over the city and of the dUturbaaces.: In official cir Benford was a 32d degree Mason. Hey!j I

mingled with the Minister! Leishman Cables Concerning cles here the ctla-.1.-aIICea are attributed was a member of the Mystic Shrine
I great throngs which
1 lined every street during the march Washington Trouble at Beirut. to the arrtvE.1 o* the American and stood high with his fellow: craftsmen. i \ i in a red circle. I In the
state department .
of the parade. squadron and the belief is vxvreseeJ

TIle exercises at Ponce de Leon has received a cablegram that the Christians at Beirut are endeavoring Benford tad been regarded I

were particularly Interesting. from Minister Leiehinan! at Constantinople ; to bring about the landing of a man of high integrity.He making of Pabst Beer
in which he that riot i }
say a
was about 35 of
The speaking began at 2:30( o'clock! marines from the warehipa. years age. t
occurred yesterday at Beirut In which ,
Withia 10 feet of the whereB
In the Casino, which had been specially

and elegantly decorate for the occasion eral seven wounds Christians Two were bouses killed occupiedby and seT Thirty Reported Killed. !nford took his life, two other suicides The barley is right -I

by George Hickman. of the Berlin Bept 9.-A dispatch to The have occurred.Three. years <20

theater. As about Christiana were pillaged by the Lokai Aize, from ; : a man named Bean killed himself ia
20,000 persons went I I er Constantinople

to Ponce de Leon, it was Impossible The soldiers.officer The and panic a was general I I caps that 30 Chrirtlans, among them almost this identical spot Ten years: l! The hops are right I

for signal man from ago anotier man, named Bennett, committed
all of them to hear the speeches, Rear Admiral being several European{ were killed
Cotton's fleet
but the large auditorium was wellfilled. are now during the rioting at Beirut The for suicide at the same place.
In the consulate and an investigation The is
of Iga: officers her have xcetred no water right I
conditions at Beirut is being made MYSTERIOUS ROBBERIES It
Speeches:! were mad by the following by the flag leiutenant Consul Rav- aeWi tending to confirm the report SOLVED. t

representative gentlemen! : endal and other consular officers. publlaLed by the Lokal Anseiger. Plunder to Amount of $25,000 May Be The plant is !
When the curtain! west up the stage Jlr. Leishmaa says that the originof !{ right I
held Walter E. Dean, president of the BREVITIES.The Recovered.
the trouble is not distinctly state
Federation of Trades H. steamer Louise! Chicago, Sept. 10.-The ol
; J. SkffTing-! by our consul He further that with 125 persons mystery ,
ton of Boston, the says board > half dozen robberies in the houses I That'svhy \
orator of the day; it 13 claimed by the sublime!! porte that on is reported lost at San- a |

Mayor Evan P. Howell Congressman conditions at Beirut! dusky, O. of wealthy residents of Hyde park, ,
are again quietand :
L. F. Livingston. Jerome Jones Councilman The scheme for and other parts of the city has been
that the force now there is a cotton buyers'combine
James L. Key, C. T. Larson! solved apparently ana plunder amounting
dent to guarantee tte safety of SUffi.1 was rejected by a Mempbilbuyers' ; ;
the attorney for the Federation of to $25,000 nay be recovered.
city. Additional instructions meeting.
Trades. Henry Moe, a jeweer, and Char!leatale
been gent Minister: Lelstman along Already under conviction: for the

All pronounced the day one of the the line of those; already forwardedhim murder of Marcum, Curtis Jett will bput e F. Stou, a railroad ticket broker Pa st beer

most successful in the history of la looking to the protection of the on trial for killing CockrilLIn been arrested and charged with: receiving
organization in Atlanta. the stolen property.
American citizens. Lieutenant Chas an address: at Tuscaloosa Captain
man charged with committing
Southern To Build New Line. ., L. Hussey is Rear Admiral Cotton's Richmond P. Hobson advocates the
all the robberies is SamuV. Smith, a
Gainesville Ga., Sept 10.-/ fag lieutenant and it is presumed hIs expenditure of a billion and a half dollars -
appears I i negro. He was arrested and confessed
that the Southern Rallw.: the officer making the investlga itlcn. on the American tavy.
y m.Jany
I that attired as an electrician or
will build a lice of road from this I I ii For the first time in the history of Janitor, !te had gained admittance tc:

city to the Pratt Baldwin & Scott i Montgomery, the United States circuit the houses of families in their astie

; pyrites mines, near Dahlonega. The CHRISTIANS THE ASSAILANTS-I I j I court of appeals has been convened ia eence and robbed the places at LrJwJ

: mine management agreed to furnish ] that city. I leisure
100 Official Version cf the Disturbance al'
daily of
ore for a specified
j Labor Day was ceebrale! throughout f
time, and to bear BeirutConstantinople {
the expense of thsurvey ; the south, the exerclsesin honor MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR.
if the estimate! of Sept. 9. --A consular: j
construction For Sale
of the
day being more elaborate than by
dispatch from Beirut
did cot received I
exceed $300,000 at one !
and the South- | ever before. Dead Body of Infant May Lead to Startling
era agrees to build the line if the figures of the embassies here states that a j

fierce brawl occurred there I Labor Day wee celebrate as usual Developments.
did not
has Just exceed been $300,000.completed The.u"ey the between parties of Mussulmans yesterday and i i throughout Tae United States yesterj Chicago, Sept. 10.-A dispatch to ,; STRAUSS & CO.

The Record-Herald from San Francisco ,
Christians. It j day. President Roosevelt mad ei
estimate of cost to build carefully was due to a shot flred j I!
made, and the figures by a Mussulman upon a Christian em-1 I i Labor Day speech at Syracuse. 1Y.. says: 'I I,
were $265,000
It seems from this report that the ployed at the American college. The i !; Theodore Sbafftr. president of tts .' The body of a day-old infant has Wholesal 1
Christian was wounded. ,] Mine Workers been found at North Beach with a e Liquor Dealersj i
Southern road will build the Une."UU The flgbbroke t j who baa been miselngj'
'I cord about its neck
showing it tz
out while the rail was on board ;: for some time, reappear' y+--eterc., I

T MAYSVILLE. the United States cruiser Brooklyn, i t.t the Poughkeepsie labor been strangled. The body was wrapped J j J J
returning Admiral Cotton's visit. N o I While thousands of celeobl'6.Uvn.1 I in a copy of the Buffalo EveningTimes i FLA.

school oo which: was a yellow! aye I
House Is Locked and Sterlfl! tartlet details have teen received. In i i I watching the Labor Day parade at Dolt I l
Has Key. diplomatic circles here the affair f Is I ; ton, a runaway horn dashed through reading: "Hon. J. K. Jones", Wash! I .___

Harmony Grove Ga.., Sept 9.-lrhe regarded as being serious and a renewal i the crowd injuring five children. iagton, Ark., Evening Bulletia. This -
Maysvillv school of the disturbances i wa3 wrapped in a copy of a San Francisco '
trouble Is
is still feared.An .
settled. un official version of the Beirut affair I The state department will adopt IIi paper. The police are trying II' SEABOARD

Professor Reese Griffin, who telegraphed later to the Ottoman i waiting! policy la regard to the canal to find who has arrived recently froa _

elected! by was ambassadors treaty. Secretary Hay is convinced Arkansas, and what connection the
the board abroad for
resigned! his to the ;: that Columbia regrets her mistake. former chairman of the Democratic. : Air Line Railwa.;
position and left the city powers says that Christians t
and accepted work elsewhere. were the assaants, they having ;! The decomposed body of O. Palmer, national committee has with the case.
His school fired four | who was murdered In Iowa Sept. 2
is being upon Mussulmans.
Jennie taught by }Irs. A | has been found in a freight !a Ancient Order of Foresters. $33.95 PENN.
Truitt. who was elected by I fight ensued, during which Mussul car i iI PHILADELPHIA
i New Mexico. Buffalo! Sept. to.-The high court ol ,
the trustees as his mans and Christians came to the
assistant assistance
Tschool he the Accent: Order of Foresters isession in
of the opposing! faction Is also of their respective comps | The Colorado Democrat have nomt: I
+ here. The
y In operation. ions. This says the report, compelledthe i sated Adair Wilsoa for the suprema principal topic Of | and return. Tickets on sale September: 13, 14 \n.l I ::5
discussion at the
session i
Both factions have filed! bills troops to intervene and they succeeded j court and Indorsed the Kansas dtj I w asj JOHX DOZIER .
of In
a proposition to create a female court 11'.11'. CONDON'. "
junction and the school house is! locked in restoring! order. Three sot[ J platfomU
cf The
foresters. matter was referred .
up and in the hands cf the sheriT! tiers were wounded and one was killed, I Senator Cardanelll, a wellkDmrDItalian tD the incoming executive council !; Agent. ) Ticket> Ant..

of Banks county awaiting while one Christian was killed. The physician, will : .
the decision attack DTB. La 7 which !Is given until 1905 to cak Its' OCALA FLORIDA
ef the courts. figures evidently are not correct, aa teh :j pool and Mazzori for their treatmentj report

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S1ETYOFLEGOTLONs. Gainesville ind Ocala. Fla.
i Gay LDthaiio In New York Powers Takir '!
iI European are s /: -- --
Given -
Beating. Precautionary Measures.THE I M- .7 -

-. I ._.
U. S. MAY FOLLOW SUIT. -, ... -

'i Turkish) Govern )ent So Notifies Sensational Attempt Scene to Hug Occurs Girl: In When Madison Man Leishman Informs State DepartmentThat "i'J; : t!. -:1, Q:.

, Force of DeL -ives Has Been .- c:
:: <
Square She Screamed and Women
I Increased In Order to Prctect Occu- ;: :. I = .. ..;
the Powers.NO by Scores Rushed to Her Aid. Jj ? I : = z
: pants of American Legation. ., :: H : I "'T = 5- i
I New York, Sept 5.-Scores of Infuriated ,. I =4.--!
Washington, Sept M-inister Lesh-!! i-: I. :; :-
VtC-men have beaten: John Xul- 4W. -

ty, recently: discharged from the navy, man today informed the state department .w- 'I. .: .-. .s
into insensibility Madison because that tome of the )European pow '
square ::
r.- ,
QUALIFYING DETAILS. he attempted to hug Fortunito ers have lauded marines in Constantinople. :J. w I -- '
Lo ito, a pretty girl or 14 years. For If the lives of Americans there .-. -
r tunito, \ .ch her two sisters was listening beoomo endangered the United States .B.S .1NIIECSLR' IH'M;11 ulln I r ;
l -- ------ -- -- -
: to 1..; band: playing in the park government will also send a detachment w
t when Xulty; came along. of marines to Constaatipole. FINE WINEti W ItI -KISS and BRANDIES.

"I'd Minister Ldishman! also stated that in My<2oo Rye or Bourbon at.._._...._....,.. fl.?.* Iy'" 00 Gin at.... ............._... __. t. 00
{ i-iag to kiss you he said to ......... ...... ? "
Have Sirijply Been Warned to My 3 50 "_ 2 oo My ioo North Carolina Corn at.... .. 1M
Legations LockOut ( Fortunito: and grasped her in his arms order to protect the lives of the occupants My 3.00 .II.. ... ..,........ ... 2.56 My 2.50" MTn Dew Cora at.. Joo i
_..._. ... ........ 3.00fy 3.00" .. .. ,
of and My ? .GO
The girl screamed' for help. Instantly the American legation My 4.00 a.oo Gin at................."... ............ 1.75y 4.00"' .. .. ., .. _. 2.(1
for Their Own Safety. Porte fDis- hundred of women rushed to the American consulate general at Constantinople Vy ...--- .. .. a.oo viy 4 oo New England Rum at.. .. ,._... t.The .
scene. They rained Wows on Nulty additional detectives had been ; Jug ii i'tr1[ 'g"friii; Made a Special Feature: i

and finally felled him. He was kickedon addeJ to the force there. He said In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cent ol lugs. Hall-galloa Ju,.. I.
claims Responsibility for. Any Disorderly his sires and his face was torn he had taken thi* precaution>> because -gallon jug. lsc2-gallonjug.2sc3-gallonjug,3sc;: ; kegs,$1.
1 sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I give 1004,'.
by sharp finger nails and handfulls of the warning sent him by the sultan est goods and lull measure
Act of hair were torn from his head. Nul that an uprising was\ feared. I atrialorderwiltconvinceyouthat''wearethepeople." Term cash with the order
I Occurring. ty cried for mercy, but the women gave Yours.anrioustopiece. J. F. EDWARDS

none.1E'n tried to get him. but the OVER 400 INSURGENTS SLAIN. _
----- -- ----------- c. -
and the aiaiuier; capea without women waved them back: "We'll attend -
CmUa, S*..,1. 7.-The Turkish go their arms and fell into the hands of to him!" they cried. Turkish Military Operations Success-
tnaeat fc< i. >rilin( to Information rlt- I another Bulgarian! band. The prison. "Lynch the cur!" shouted the men. ful-Seeking Magelssen's Assailant.

ftIIt4 fmai be foreign office by the ers were not harmed but were utilizedto The cries of Nulty for aid had sunkto Coa.tantint-: ; Sept. 5-Consul Rav-

A.-la1ed 1'r"z04. ha notified the pow. carry the captured arms and ammunition low moans when two officers arriv endal telegraphs from Beirut to MinLeishman -
m tkt the i-urte cannot guarantee I into the mountains. They were ed. After forcing their way throughthe that the authorities there
tfM safety uf U0 legaUuni at Cons tanTit then liberated. When the Turks re- crowd of struggling women, the police have b'on actively! seeking the assailant -
found that had fainted. He of Vice Consul Magelssen, but the
!>*<' occupioj Xeve&ka!: and Klissura, Aug. Nulty rC
ritn.Micary statement wan 27 and 28. respectively, the fears of the was carried to the police station and coeval: is not able; to state if he is

--tttii<-att-U w.thoat explanation orjlt8fyIK inhabitants of a repetition of the Kru- locked up. among; the persons already arrested. I I
it 'Uli. In response to anauy shevo excesses were not fulfilled. The i The United States cruisers Brooklyn

> 'n bother German marines conduct of the soldiers at both placeswas SIX KILLED; 24 INJURED. and San Francisco! are expected.

f F Met tm
,,,,*.r1tt4 M Mug landed at Con It is supposed that the official! Turk Southern Passenger Train Strikes a circulated by a news agency Sept 1 in
p *. It Iii 1 Inferred here, how. ish report saying 200 soldiers: out of Rotten Bridge and Falls Through. the United States that a balloon bomb
Charlotte, N. C. Sept 5.-Passer* has been found near the palace is utterly
.... that the ummtof at the Turk a garrison of 240 1 men were killed at
'M ('I1Ma1! are not $o bad as the sul- Xeveska was due either to the unwillingness gcr train No. 15. northbound, on tlis without foundation. Turkish official
South Carolina and Georgia Extension indicate! the complete
1M't DIll n( at: ID would Imply! but that of the authorities to admit
railroad, formerly the Three C's, no- of the military operations
... \tefitlo&k\ bare barn uarceJ to look that such a large garrison was so easily success
operated by the Southern railway, went against: the insurgents in the Klissure
lor thlr own Mfety. The! l+ortaNtrlalns captured or to the belief that thE
through a trestle 50 feet high over district Over 400 insurgents are said
in adraa4rerasib1lty>> :
Insurgents certainly would have ki'ilac Fishing creek, 8 miles east of here to have been killed.
IK w Ilbllrd..l) act.
their; prisoners! I about 11:30 o'clock Thursday, killing The agent here of the Hungarian:
Ti f.>f>Un "flu-lal; a4 :cal that thaUnut
six men and injuring 24. five of whom Levant steamship! line has gone to
.. :...... had:
:; .III ) at Malulnorle
EMBASSIES IN C:."iG_R. will liktly die. Burgas to investigate the three explosions
aye irnwtr; ,: w h..t her! (fl'uwn m1r.ntl!
Three of the latter are negro pas- which occurred Wednesday on
k4 : '.t whether marines
hero cor May Be Attacked si Any Time by Agi- sengers. The dead: the Austrian steamer Vaskapu soon after .
.t t it) other |I"'tor ball bwn larded, .
tutors cr Fanatics. Engineer Brickman. that vessel left the port of Urgason -
f >u.i>!rti ,,{;.I"1,1) nn8 Is main Paris Sept. Ambassador CoOn Fireman Fre-J & ync. her way to Constantinople resultingin

lira on thiMnucu.: stis latest report ircmCoEstarfinoplegay Postal Clerk Smith. the death of 23: persons. is backed by more than Million Dollars of Florida

TbiAWM ..1,1 i PreM correspondent : ? the enibasslec; : there: are constantly Three unknown negroes. The cause of the explosions: is still
,IMn, frut:. ,mrre* mit8i le the for i ir. danger bor.3 attacks: by agitatrrs The injured (white): in doubt capital.It .

alaa Jr,. that the (Herman govern- : or Unties: but it does not men Julius Johnson, of Rick Hill, S. C., It Is now said that the assistant roll'duetor cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.It .

awa r, gar-!. ko-Ukan! affairs ai Lion the !landing ci marines. perhaps fatally; W. L. Slaughter of of the !sleeping car was the au is a pleasant Tonic gives appetitoand strengthens
ka io( eat' ru oc an acute (iha e. Hickory Grove. S. C. seriously: Fred ;
The officials: lee say that if marl ; tlorof the bomb outrage; Aug. 27, when
Tt. iMirtfi Inability to Uk ner- c were landed they wool b? from Foag, Lancaster, S. C.; P. W. Spence the eastbound daily express from Budapest the system.If 1

1ft:> !If.;.d of tinMftc 4oBU& io.urrectiyt the small guards.is! maintained at Itoddls, S. C.; J. N. McLaurin, Bethune, for Constantinople was blown up your druggist does not handle it, write to the
it the tor.ii feature of thfl siluatt Cor.-tantinople lor paiice purples bat S. C. ; Mrs J. C. Boyd, Pressley N. near Kuleliburgas and seven persons

? wtuh Co not for:n part of the reuu: : C.; Mrs. H. B. Burst Rock Hill S. C. ; were killed and 15 injured. He left manufacturers._. Cure or no pay. I

Tie *"loar.If| .fIak..M of the Turkic fleet to:: that the landing ol the marine B. F. Wiillford, Charlotte N. C.; T. C. the train at Philipopolis and has been TROPICAL MANUFACTORY CO. '
: r v.-rnirrit is due iwgely to Hat'fMf if it has taken place, could not bt Hicks Lancaster, S. C., seriously; W. arrested there. I'
kIac '- toward the and Harry Willie, Jr., Red: Hill S. C. ; Jacksonville Florida.
powers con.lUertlj a naval debarkment in its The sultan announces the gift of ;30-i ,
to the! a.i.'t in t.be councils within II A. Willis, Edgmoor. S. C. F. M.
m ;
ce.icus sense or a rrel1 ir.ary war 000 woolen coats to the troops concentrated --------
!II.. |I--' .. v-nuit i i. regarded here measure. Ey agreement with Turk"\: } Step'nenscn, Kersiiaw, S. C. ; -. Cunningham in Roumelia and in an official [XoTE-Tropical Pine-Apple.] Tar and Wine is I

.. ).. Mr,{ the vie wthat Turkey 13 each cf the powers maintains twc Lancaster S. C.; 0. B. Hall. note Issued by the prefecture of this made from the juice of the Florida] Pineapple Pine .
,e i,'A to |irv4'rvlB( order In ter guardstlps at Constcntiaople.! France Rock: Kill:! S. C.; Mrs. Sadie: McCas- city the population is Invited to contri-
.k ,'. .11 unle.. he II u allow) } ana having two small gunboats.It kill Kf'fh3S.. C.; two children bute flannel vests boots, socks, etc, tar and Grape Wine and is asbolutely pure an a

... i tie hand tu deal with the is saii here that if the Unit named Jenkins of Rock Hill; Conductor which are required by the soldiers in true tonic.-ED
S'. .... Ed Turned, Baggagemaster Dukes
'1. as aLt plf'UMI6.! l're&SureI" States government desired, the gun the field.
11.( iir.iu/'.i tit bear In Russia and boat Machias would go to Constantinople and Flagman Whisanant .
Injured (colored) : Billie Beard, CROSSES FRONTIER.
AIIo:-n on the |x>lnf ami continuance for guard duty. It is whollya
; .1! It,f r-:.\\f it I U a ted. can only question between Turkey and the Rock Hill S. C.; Frank Burrisman
t+'u': !in the of the I Sharon. S. C. [ Insurgent Leader With Flag Flying I II
drifting powers ,
France and
United States, es certainly ;
&to" soar amp! toward fresb dangers. probably the other powers will inter save All these the bodies of the have engineer been taken and fire out Sofia Passes, Sept the 5.-Turkish Colonel Posts.Jankoff.. the I H HC HTHE I

f pose no objection to the Machias passIng man. Insurgent leader with three lieutenantsof

TURKO-BALKAN AFFAIR ACUTE. the Dardanelles. The train consisted of an engine and the Servian army at the head ofa
-- three cars. It left Rock Hill about 11 bind cf 400 insurgents, with a fla'g I
Gnat Unrest Among the Military Ele- Turkish Train Blown Up. o'clock with about 40 passengers on flying, crossed the frontier on Monday
"nt In Certain Sections. Sofia: Sept 7.-A train carrying bOJ.l'd.hen: the train passed upon evening and passed through the TurkIsh r '

C"o.'anI,IOIIlle! Sept. Although Turkish troops between Uskub and: the trestle the entire structure under posts unopposed.

11 III,:, Turkiih: official circles the Velos (27 miles from Uskub) was the cars gave way, hurling the engine General Zentcteff president of the

t{I4.n. v i I. in deciding against war blown up yesterday: near Nevagna.: and cars to the bank of the creek Macedonian committee in the disguiseof

I W fI 'unrest i among: the military ele- According to the revolutionary Auto- about 5U feet below. a sheep dealer, also crossed! the
i mart an.1 In nomye, many of the soldiers are reported frontier.
certain sections of the The timbers of the bridge were rot. ,
Mu..uuft: ivll i opulation has mark to have been killed. Detailsare ton and to this fact is ascribed the Captain Stoyanoff's band captured 50{

I: *i mrra"..d during the last few lacking- cause of the wreck.'PRONOUNCED. Turkish soldiers at Rakovitza (about
<.''I. inniiitriible lgniflrance Is at.1 I --- 15 miles southeast cf Sofia) Aug. 31-

f't JM! fK the tuluo's gift of woolen I! Mystery Shrouds This Crime. ABSURD. took their arms and ammunition and

I < ,,it* t iHi." I .. troops| and the appeal to Iran Vegas, N. M., Sept 7-Xews has proceeded to Melisho.
the ,.i"i.:, for lmtlar contributions Beached here from Ribera. of the murder Report of Cardinal Gibbons' Expulsion A dispatch from Rila (4 Unities from;

Tbi 4, axrare further Inf am- of Juan: Solac, a prominent citizen. .From France Sofia) says the date of the date 9t
1. t tl" .\f j|-,niiimns by publishing high. The body was found near: the village Paris, Sept. 5.-A report publishedby the Insurrection has been post-

!I" r. H ouut* of the ill-treatment with: the horse which he was railing the Patrie that the government pcned.

I rt 1IMulutan. fy "13ulgadanbrigand --landing watch. There was a bullet might! expel Cardinal Gibbons from French! Fleet Held Ready.
!It',..!. II knife France to his alleged statementto
I holy in his) neck and a wound in owing Paris Sept. .-It is authoritatively
i I IV i; ;.ixin; : lit the foreign diplomats I I rhe throat The murderer is unknown the Breton and other French clergj. stated that in view of the growing disorders .
1*' h i ,-.1! rtgarding the (Rue. ...d the cause of the crime is a rays Is officially pronounced to be false and I in Turkey a French fleet will

'>''v ., ,, J"..cn\.ft j la attached to the I I tey.j aBsurd. be ordered to hold itself in readinessto I

r, .. .' r::IIB! t,etw en the czar and I .- The government officials! also express proceed to Turkish waters. This

'- ..r F-av :s Jo ep& which Is ex- I II j I i. Kill:;! Wife Before Mother. indignation: at such a carelessuse determination followed the receipt of

'f '.. f .:I"w11 by decisive steps.r > .lD Sion. N. C., Sept I.-A sensaJ of the cardinal's came. a report from the French ambassador I UNIVERSITY
t'" :P'f m of guaranteeing the J: tlonal! tragedy occurred at this placeat Cardinal Gibbons wrote to The As- at Constantinople! that it was desir- OF FLORIDA:

!i. ..a'r, raJ:l'Ial reforms. t 1 o'clock today when Emmett Boy sociated Press Aug. 28, saying that a'-'o *" 'iqve warships in readiness for

t t.... I r.hmu: has received a 311n'l I ett shot and killed his wife, Lena Boy his alleged meetings with the Breton all events. Similar preparations have (EXCLUSIVELY FOR MALES)

Pi'u: rmm: Viutoj States Consul P..aj j I ett. on the front porch of her father's and other clergy of France were fab- i L"'i, Lade by Italy, Austria Russia TWENTIETH'" YEAH.BEGINNING .
r ros, I I house mount street in the rications without an Iota of truth in
It.rutsying:! that the author"i on Mid Great Britain. The officitls here
r* tt r 't| plaN apparently have l I II I presence of her mother and younger them. xpect the fleets: will act together in : SEPTEMBER\ 22, 1903.)

I ":"' t'"' ..nirc' the! man who fired at !I sister. GOV. PEABODY THREATENED.Is case of a crisis. I r-EVEN FOUII-YEAR (CUR Ks--Ajriuul't.i'h! : .-n.i..try, Civiltriu l rrir
ti ., 1I Mecliauicul Eii iiiet-rint', (..it-i.erni hrr:1et; Ijitiu !" CI.. .
: : i -.jVaRfisaen.; and adding DoyeU was evidently under the In ? (KCIHICV ...
t..' ". I of liquor at the time and the Two years'tour-e in Mecliauic,. One r.Vc.eiu: Hinini... nr,li>mrapliyaiui .
.i-re-i among others, of a fluence Warned by Letter Not To Call Out Force of Secret Service Officers Has
Typewriting A of .
!1' j>rej aiauiry i-i.urt-e one or two yearn, H Fr.quirri
war J J..J tt.emt to Indicate that I act was one of preme'n! as ha Been Increased. .
j Troops. | i, for tuner ltsriiigs-ucb ri-paraii: u. A tort courcw .,f fly. .trlwllCitti
"" I not realize the gravity of the had shown the pistol j-caliber, to Denver, Sept. 7;The Republican today Oyster Bay Sept. 7.-II appears Agriculture II..rtic'ulture. iV-t-Cimciuhie! ( fiur--sarealiMi otTcrtd.
WU! .M.'I, \r| Ravendal also refers Walter: Fields while on the way to the says: that the lesson of last Tuesday night! J 1 The ilonuatories are under tliHimiuHliate fuitrvisiou of inhirm-tof, -e..
t" th,. g.H'a! itate! of insecurity at I home of his wife, who has for some Governor pea.body30; threatenedwith when the madman, Weilbrenner, endeavored I I niHke every t-1 ort to ill!11-\" into h" p'u.lent- 1\ pint| whu-h lemls to i..Ir I
8'' mental, moral and physi ii-al irv'fii.pmHiit. Fine \iiiui-itiui, r..u..li". tlb1 !
rut 4-1.: 10 lilt if'itJi that the assailant! time been living with J. asassination.! On arriving at his to force himself: into the
eorrretivegymna.ticsrrtluirsdof all Mu *< V. C _.-u1| Mageligen was then I C. ChestnutThe office he received an anonymous let presence of the president has been 1 first cleo t-Ilulpn.pnt. i
pint lv- !imi I that attacked Mr. Matn |I latter attempted to kill Boyett ter threatening to kill him if he daredto well learned. The force of secret service : >\ 1'IIKK TO FLOKIIli VII I\'I: 111 1'111ti. ; i
I. A"'" : r.tht about a year ago, j jlf I while he was being taken to Jail but call out the troops of the state to officers here has been strengthened
> ",* n'lj-i' t of robbing him. The was held off at the point of the'.sheriff's restore order in the Cripple Creek dis- and the probabilities are that other For catalog Address J

Dan eta !IIPO"; sunes ; ] and recently was revolver. trict. The letter was abusive in additions to the force may be made in T. ij.| TALIAFERRO, C. E. Ph. D., President

1IIM'1'"'' Coming Popular Dances. the extreme, alleging that troops were In a few days.Tomorrow Lake City, Fro i
I WAS BLOODLESS EXPLOIT. New; York Sept 7.-If society fol not needed. night the president and .

\ lows the: decision of the dancing mas The special train bearing the first party will start for Syracuse, whereon -- ,
*tv ska, belted by Bulgarians, Is Reoccupied I ters the fashionable dances of the com contingent of the national guard ordered Labor Day, the president; will deliver -
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: by Turks. ing season will be the old-fashioned to Cripple Creek yesterday by an Important address. Extraordinary 's-cREArwf- -
L.f :. s, .,t 7-:Mail advices from I, three-step waVz: and the five-step schottishe. Governor Peabody in connection with precautions have been takento W M

I* "I 3< .3) jiat he seizure of :\ vea. I So determined the American the miners' strike arrived at Gillette! insure his personal safety on the ORMSIJVERWHFUCE !

ka t ': iii.garlanf Au;. 25 and Its I Society of professors of dancing: whose this morning. Rumors that an attempt trip, and at Syracuse.The ______ ___ _ _ > fiott la Quantity. Ik.,I...,..+..".
riot on Dy the Turks Aug. 27, convention has Just finished its work would be made to interfere with the president will hold no public For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. P6tf .
-1 -!, exploits. The Turk and arljcc ed. It was decided to progress of the troops toward Cripple l reception while in that city. No pri S
IQ tar'eog! rnB tIlting of about :!Oil recommend the use of nine,new dance Creek caused General Bell to change rate callers were received by the pre I byat

Itt, t:. .J : L, ,1 1 and( did nrt resUt for class work. the route. So ur. however the journey lent today. I "' .. .._ '. BALLARD"'"""" .,.,.St.""- Louis- .

4' tae; iol.iers surrenderel has been without Incident
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;-; To Cure a Cold in One Day

Roach, who !:_ >,d to }!ex!o | '
itatN that former Governor Tay: r I -' iLTTE!:! BLUE GRASS STATEDemocrats
of Kentucky: and Caleb Powers weulc j THREATENS= Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaBiets.I I'll 0.1\ tvery

give JU rOO} fcr ts head so is to bi i !I 4 Seven Million boxes sold hi past 12 months. This Signature (9.c raztij bol.2st.

lUre list be would never tell what .r !h aa Lm:.:..3 Taat Ckn civ Gd.IirCtveinor .1i..,..".::.:.<::._-,<_:: .

he knows about the murder of Goebel ... ,. 1 -
__,. Jjiuiau.. at h .u.; ",,.:..:_..... .y -
Ministers of the African Methodist I IEY.AU i
EtMopal church will unite is aa i IS E-L.v.J: Tu IS INS'r\E.1 t..t\'=:J ."-__ t
peal to descent negroes to aid in ap'I'I i I j i The Formula tells the story :

,. pre3ang! tie criminal: element of theiirace. Tins: Ee .te, a FnctOjiapu.sr! : v.i itCritrar 1.| ; Ked! F.t.i.. ;..'. -ru *<\ .fiViiited _

:e ;'J Ir.;t CsriranDs, !j: ; ty- ;.':sny r>c..t.cal ueastFrc.n : b : Grove's Chronic Chill CureNot
Members of congress are complainIng i
about the backwardness cf the Yards tat Secretary ray Ds-rani Various Farts of ti.s wt-:._. I I

. treasary 2epanment ia pushing vert Reifr.fctrserr.ir.t {icnr. her. Era:: Eancs: Calcie.Wlacbeater a patent medicine: a thin sp.iritnous.
03 public buildings.PresWent Yew York SetM.. B llque. 4t Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Ky. Sept a-A croaeoUraied
Roosevelt has determined years air; a phutcs'-apher, was comit from 7.t'-jO t o l'1. t-ai pro Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
hereafter, in appointing consuls, tc ted ta Ee::vue hospital today to bex2E..nei < I I ..
eat at the cpeaa; of tie L.o'a. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
tame men who hare had experience !isth as to his sanity.: Beu.cehaa .

e srrice.Seventeen. ueea.:: arrested for wnung a leant were sate campaign nade by Gove.cor here todaB Be: /:,-.:ce aSenato !" It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

of the largest ccttoa mills to Secretary of State John! Hay is
la New England wTl shut down next R ich he threatened the: secretary y Congressman e McCreary OLie ali Jaaies Blacft: : end The Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price. 50c.

week because of the tigh price of th< s claim: of (4i.0v0: was not paid. Detective Several brass bands discourse mac 1 -- -

staple.A Muller, of th Wa&hlngtoa police ..
and special tarn from Cn'j; : -
force who ad the arrest, explained
general strike of the em s t
express cati, Louisv.Iia: Lexington and; otter
ptoyes throughout! the United States : that Beuqua had been in thpho < place* brought large delegations ..

U threatened. The men want high :.)graphic bnslitss In Haaburs
I the fornooa Governor Beckham hi! i
tut was compelled to leave the coon-
wife & reception and was visited: by maiy i FERN HILL RYE.
: his business, Beuqal
try. selling; cut
At Armourdale, Kans, a negro, whc political leaders troD various pans
claimed at a great sacrifice. Tail:
bu attempted: to assort: a white woBun. of the state. Thousands of gallons!
the of his grievance and
was origin
Tea chased into Ire river by aBob. of baron were Dispensed Attorney
hIs dem&ad wu that Secretary Hajreimbureijent Robert Franklin, of Frankfort. fres, Til AT GOOD Wills K F.H. Y.
de ar.d fona the Get
: :
Theodore Shaffer, president of the from the trial of Goebel carder case::
Mullet said Beuqm
1.c' gfw!!lIlent. .
Amalgamated: Association of T5a Work attracted much attention.Govereor
Lad at-rite: leters to various person [ Millers t ;! 0.
Wi. it mysteriously nr1 afrg ai the fecretaries of etaie since thi Beckham was introduced i! 1 ROES NT HAL & SONS : Cincinnati,
to a vast audience and said in part:
f The launching! of Professor LagIty'i a mlwntoa of President: Harrison, I
! "I intend that the! contest shall!l bean
alr&hip was abandoned owing tcas r.olowe bfng eo pelligereiicne" / aggressive not a defensi one STRAUSS & CO., Distributors, Ocsto, ffc
accident to the propeller. rn as Cfa last on eta acre
I that the people: shall be thorouectualte !:..; I
Ei route: to Xorfcli the cruise Hay.Beuque I with the Issues iavolveii&i3 ,J
who 13 respectitle' in dress
J Olympia was caught! In a storm: and !. Cit the fall light of public \iW
came near sinking.Tt and manner, expressed satisfaction: ,
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the Democratic party, willagly.! ani -
I I ItJrotfth1tomu.
when arrested, declaring that public! -
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severe wounds Iniicte-i ca twc the Republican party unwdiingly! must : -
I ty would aid him! : in getting the money.
American by French soldiers at Plit wand upon their: respective records ..... -- -.....
asked why he wrote the! letter. Beuc.ac '"'- -
! : tare caused great indignation.AJrlces aad let the people judge between them
t replied: qi E.BIGGS. ROLLUM
i recevJed la London stat "I want my money. It is what th* iris is the policy which we demand COL : <
''I that rotten groving in West Africa UWiuming German government owes roe.- and we Intend: to drag our reluctant: ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. -
large proportions.The adversaries from the dark recesses of (03ceinGaryAK2ewEloct.lOCALA. : : :: 18TH .
Magistrate Corhell declared that hi Th"I OrNJ KTOiER '
t a gum shoe campaign, and make:: them: F'-OSIDA. .
city of Rome has Just received did: not believe the man was in hli
I fight 113. If they will In the .
J tie offer of a curfocj gift, while it haj right: mind: and coIln1ttootm uBvilevu open light D. FLLL 2. :-=- :_ -- ...
of While |J i
day. they seem to have _
teen accepted with gratitude, has ? for exaaJaatloa
I canae 1 i I campaign relying upon the pouter oi! Over Munroe i.c! aatbhsIlank,Ocila. FU '
crane of Buenos Ayres, u a token olArgentine the amount demanded by Beoqtie frozr ;
! s big corruption fund and hoping thai The following:: departments aropen for entrant...--
friendship for Italy and a the authorities of Hamburg: was 10,; t
;t tribute of affection for the late King OvO marks. This earn he says R aiin6Sted lie Democrats nay be lulled; into 'a J 1I. THOMPSON-. I i i :;;!..: :::$;$, ::Uli: Atiiin;, tt&u BttUUir kIK.

Humbert whose remains: were buried la 1SS9 in a photograph gallery I e ease of over-conadence, we are de- PHTSIUAS AND SrRGEO :=s ::t'.a:5- :::1& ,...111..11I..

.1 to the Pantheon here has offered! tc ; ia ttat ct hand ha claiss to h1\'f i erciaaj: to compel them: to stand u? Oyct ores Tea-pot Grocery Opp,:Msnttnca.OC4LA. I : : S::::. :: lire S::!, ISi S.H11ttrNt a%Uutr.a. rr'rI
and entire !
assume for
pave the piazza! of the: Paztheoa< andt 1 lost it when he \'aa expelled becausihe iI i FLA. .
I the' eva: record they have made Ia this: -
t the ennounding strata with Argentine : refused to perform military dwj: : I --- '
wood which will b* kept !n repair on the ground that he was an Ameri : date.V E Tie trustees annooace u pt *tdBt o( tit e ll (.eI b..Nt.. A., I .- .' ". .
, b7 the donors can. He was given three days U e have nothing to conceal; nv. EY-AT-L4W, i I D. D.ft !g1led. Rev WilluBi Fremoat --._.. M ftj .. t.4au f... '.. i '
Invite! a full: and fair investigation of j Hs* a" and Profttsor cf Soctolccy te Yale r..nirtlr tr .,$ tt .
f Ote of the most valuable! aatomoMIes leave Germany, but through Secretary our record and we gladly go before OCALA 7-&r' FLORIDA i I IJ II| of twenty professors uutncton.: A Ji*....... .') >.. .' ...*.,.. .. .
f In the world valued at 120.000, and imported of State Blaine had the time extended .
the people apes that record, bellevins K. CHASE I !'II
from France to David Bishop, to three months : e I
simplicity Ia tie sincerity of .
of Lee Mass., has been destroyed b] TLe alleged threat in his recent 1 letter our part DENTIST, I IO II :
pair and .in the righteousness! of : !t. .
our BL/JCKH4H fAIr
, A
fire. to Secretary Hay was In the stale : came.: AU. FtV I \; .j,
> meat that he had written eight lettente : ti
Clarnce: H. Mackay. who received ail That the Democratic officials! have : j'_ : [
L. SISTRU>K. '" cr--=
the government and the present oni CARLOS j
wedding: present the 2000.000 estat done everything in their to .
power put
on Harbor HULL! Long Island, from would be the last He said he weal as end to the troubles: in the Breathitt ATTORNEY.ATLAW.Room ....i
, h!. father has: been made a membei take np the matter: then himselfwhatever aaJ county no one deputes. They were 4. Masonic Building. Ocala. Fla. 5 z5 1 I < -- !
> he did: would
be ia Ifd&te ,
of the Rosslyn fire department In reoognltoa purely local and not half so serious as For
of his gift of a steamer hOSfImage the feudal outbreak in Clay county i June Application t
The leter, like its predecessors, w'.I I
i ( and hose to the Rosslyn! de luring tie list administration i
, partment His gift was prompted long and rambling. the Republicans had shown the same On Bearing Trees 1 I'- I

by the destruction of the picturesqui desire to punUh the assassins! of '\Y;: t!
country home of William Cullen Bryant TRAIN HURLED INTO DITCH. Ham Goebel that the Democrats did 4 FRUIT I

Fatal Accident on St. Paul and Minn to punish Marco's assaS'Ils. both. PERUVIAN AND MANURE(
Advices from Bogota report thai all crimes would no- '.3 avenged. I
of the senators and, representative t apolis Road. "r am glaj to give hope to you of a ',,

from the department from Panama Chicago Sept 7.-"A despatch to TZtTribune brilliant: victory at the polls! in November. ; 1I I
left Bogota on Aug. "3. and are boon from Oregon, IlL frays: I ask for the Democratic pt'o A High Grad-. Nati.ia! tt; .at.. K 'nu.: Fi tv f

for home. This news says a Herald The St. Paul all: Minneapolis: l limit: pie of Kentucky that they be not sat .
dispatch from Panama, would seem tc ed, which left Chicago last night! al isSM wh: a small majority but that F. nusf Sulphur* A< hi) I

imply that congress will soon adjourn, 6.20" on the Burlington road waj they shall roll tip such a tremendous 545 ,

There has been no new action in re> wrecked early today a half mite! easl tote-one that will remove for a long I Ii i send for our new ho.ks---
gird to the canal treaty, accord'tr tc of C>+ana, near this dty The fire time to come all danger of Republican !t / I I

the latest reports from the capitalvvM ma:1V thrown from his engine and eupremaey, take Kentucky absolutely "Ideal Fertilizers" and FlorKi On*{*. '

>uoi aee wiosie y Terez, w.1u instantly killed. No passengers wen out of the doubtful column and i 12lU : IJ

took a prominent part in the ten rea.rlof seriously injured The engineer Jumped e nd good cheer to the heatrs of tie Itll'a'l! Ir

war In Cuba is dead from cancel and escaped with slight bruises. national Democracy Let the victory oo- .. WILSON & TOOMER. FERTILIZER COMPHY
In a New York hospital after *a 111 Spreading rails were responsible: tm De i complete sad permanent, and let !I I

ness of five weeks. the acclcent, which cs eend out the I II'
happened whei promise with reason I I J.U tiP4tl\tiIh1,1! :. J "'tUIlt\.
The annual meeting of tie stockholders the train was making about 35 rel1esan and eoaflJence to the Democrats .Iyj I I r

of the Iowa Central railroad hour. The engine mail car and throughout the country that next yearwlen .., ,,".", f. ........_ ...., I
has been held In Chicago, JM.OOO shares, combination! smoker and buffet cai our presidential ticket is nominates L"/f- \,' '" .4./ .ill' AGENTS
a little over two-thtrds of the ectirecapital were hurled into the ditch. Kentucky is certainly for it bya f .'. 1 \.t. .
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stock being: represented H. good, old-fashioned majority. It can ----

E. Huntington of New York, succeeds TO PROTECT AMERICAN GIRL be done; it will be dose, if our peopl; JAS. r.GnAH..u', Prt-.idtllt. t..t A II ; ..

R. Kimball as director. T. R.. will only realize the brilliant opportun'ty .
Shonts of Chicago and E. F. Bradley i Pcllce In Plain Clothes Will Patrol before them and will do ties CHAS, E. BLUM ICOMPA Y I

of New York were elected di Street of Berlin. full Juty In this election. The Democratic The First National Bank

rectorso statement of earaScp Berlin.! Sept. .. The ministry of rte party In Kentucky is more 517 and 519 W. Bay ::t.ors. I
was presented. Interior has directed the Lance hereto unite than !t has been for ten ye .
organize Ei'eclal! Out of thoe who left OF GAIN }. \ II. r.
John J. Flanagan, a Greater New police in plainclothes us ia 1SS6 and

York Irish Athletic association memo to protect the American girls 15 ; retir-ned to the fold and we Jacksonville, flu.m 1
her, has t'a1! ethe world's record from attentions: of men on the sues .t'j-jld ?i eet them with heartiness and The
Only Chartered Bank in Co 4 .
AUcfcua .. |
These cord.alhy: Let
daylight Insults
held are the be
by himself: for throwing the 6fr probablypracticed : past forgot I
pound weIght. The new mark Is It more in Berlin than in any tea; and let ns stand h'!ncefort, 1

feet, 11 inches, one and a half !nche1over other continental city and the pmi shoulder! to shoulder, aa Democrats, I. CapitalMilplus. . . . . . . . .

the old one.MURDER: for a month past has been urging the with our heart full of devotion for I II and Undwidtd Pri.tit#. . . ..

MOST FOUL authorities to adopt measures to fIr tie welfare: of cur state and nation." I II ('Or- ue1u !wl a hahttu t.u"ua.I'h. hwdtto.. .ftwtxte. ,.

able women to do their shopping at II I I tillers the .1'f'fUO', lOt ,..,... ,.. >>..... ..,t. .

ten Stroupe, Fulton Courty Farmer, midday without being exposed to Ia I Etc. Intent aUu"t'f' nr.Lrtal attt.p' 1
Slain In His Field. cult Morel Damaged by Fire.Washisgtos f Seeds I trsit.st.trd ',....,. ,. l'
Sept. 7.-Fire broke o ; B. t 1 *. .**
Atlanta Sept Tae murder of th e !(Ind I
in the Regent hotel at 10 o'clock tnli I I'I'IIII
Den Stroupe, near Dun-nody. ta this WAR WITH BULGARIA tl-i3t Leads ,
NEAR. morning but was
extinguished --- -
county. Wednesday !afternoon i
was one
of the most cold-blooded assassinations Turkish Press -- causing less then 13,000 damage. Thor t 1941 op eed.kaa.nl s dr.m f ; ;; ;

that ever occurred in this section ot Articles.Printing Inflammatory were escaped 20 guests injury.ia the The hotel origin all of is whoa:; }4L Y' yu+tprui aP:ltatnts frrc w .d I ... ...... .... ...(

the state. nn ,,, 0. tl. S Ca,
Berlin Sept. 7.---\ dispatch to the known. The y Fern .
building was fully in 1
Stroupe, who was a quiet and
Taeeblatt!:! date: sured. Chas'g theater II III
Constantinople was not dam s.
man, was in his! corn field puU.klg says: READ
fodder when two men slipped up War with Bulgaria is In sight Th aged. i
council of
behind him and shot him nine! times war has suggested sendin '" r
with 33-caliber pstols.; Eight of the en ultimatum to Bulgaria, but the sul. Chicken GristltTBroke Tooth. .mss r'

shots were fired from the rear and tan has decided to wait. It is rumored Birmingham! Ala., Sept 7.-Hear j I : The Florida Times-Union I
that Turkish Allen, a master
only one bullet struck him in the frontof troops have crossd builder, fracture/5 a
the body. the Bulgarian frontier without tooth and hb Jawbone while eating i

It U believed! the murder grew out declaration of war. chicken gizzard for dinner. He wai T. MURPHY : REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION I

of negroes trying to steal pears from The member of the council of war immediately seized with a high fever, RATE

troupe''3 orchard. were cp an last night at the Yildi i and his suffering fa lnten& The attending O MoDlb DAILY?u.Mf*AXD|tart MMDAVOne .
The terrible tragedy was followed Kiosk and designated Edham Pasha physician says the accident nrH )(-tu. .......pail f, '_ .
as was Machine and Iro Works NX oatb.. .-....petit .
by commander-in-chief. caused by )
a most heartrending scenekh en attempting to masticate o.e 1'Nt jatt-p p10 ..... .
the young wife discovered her hus The Turkish press is printing in the gristle cf the ;uard. ILLUSTRATED
SUNDAY ttHTtO" >Mi A "h"Hkl -
band's dead. body. She was found sit flammatory articles against Bulgaria.Old SeMt." KdMHM MB tea .
t '
ting on the top of a rail fence gazing Schooner Founders. Iron, liraami Krauze MIIII''ccily FAtttoa lair err

down upon the body In a frenzy bordering River Editor Expires. Rock Island R. L, Sept 7.-A larjt* inp.; 3IafliIno and PattornMiop

onto madness. Louisville, Sept. 5.-Colonel TTiomaa four-masted schooner foundered earlj ": )larineanclltailrontl Antromtaaaiatunss.dte .''tsats '; k's .

The whole neighborhood Is aroused Mall, a veteran steamboat man and today about 5 miles southeast of the U'IJ\iJ'11 i THE"FLORIDA TIMES URIOR

and Coroner Stamps gays that if the one of the beat! known river editors in southeast lighthouse on this Island, At aiD to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville, JIWSOKnilE,, FI MIL

murderers are caught the people will the south, died suddenly at bra boat daylight R
make abort work of them. Posses of this morning of heart failure. Colonel her crew although k was thought thatthe

citizens have been organized and the Mall "was 63 years old, a confederate men had been reeoued by I/fM Study at t HomeS-SSt-: JSUBSCRItCMMtfttMtft

woods searched in every direction. veteran aad for many years had passing vessel It t: relieved c'f': Lean nofc and youttnman.
been in charge of the mer colons of vessel wa la ccH&ca: : durinr; i den tl i With fte TiJrtHoow Study l.cs5ou.s. 110I;
lax kou M employBOI to lean Bookkecpio AnthlrfOC
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BEIRUT SITUATION They were executors of the will of Mr. MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY.

Holbrock, who left his
: vast estate to
King has
: his appointed the king of Application for Tu I'mi tTxWr lisU ...

daughter, now the Baroness von of 'Portugal an admiral! in the British M'HE rNDERSIGNED; INTEXDIXG AND Chapter 4SSg. Uw ol .....
Roques and a resident of Rouen, A propotiug to organize a-corporation under ,.
France w'th navy. the gcncial laws of the State of Florida, and all ., OTICEIS1IE5EBVGIVENTHAT %ATM A*
I a revisionary interest to acts amendatory of the same, make Ma'o. pUrchaser "f TnC'fUIcIIIr
hereby and
IS MORE her daughter, :Mrs. May-brick. Tens The postal clerks, in session at publish the following articles of association: 4026 d.t..d'the 5th day uf Ann A p.
SERIOUS. of thousands Nashville, have declared in favor of FIRST The name of the corporation ia has 1901 has filed said eertific.l. m "> .**. M<
of that fortune went to MAR.1 EL LUMBER: COMPANY aud its prin. made api-hcttiOQ for tai Urtd to toot (.
better hours and more pay. of accordance with law v.(d r ttMk.. ..
save :Mrs. Maybrick: from the gallows cipal place business :Martel }Ian n County. M .
I Florida bracrkthe following detcnhed property ate..Mrf
i II when she was sentenced to death in The Mississippi Valley Cotton Buy htxo.ND: The general nature of the busines in Manon coon',. fl. tt, wit "

I 1SS9 for poisoning her husband. ers' association has been organized at to be transacted is as fallows. The company cart Lot P( Caldwrlf* nib >t _tllflIt..... of Al-
will buy and otherwise acquire lands. irnnttownnhiv h raoye Darius Holbrook also owned 2.500 Memphis! Term timber rights! and other personal property timl-er;wIll issutnce The said laid hen,K ..__toed M the fete*..,

acres of coal and Iron lands In Virginia -I In a signed statement William J. and build other trams means and private of transportation roads and; will nnd-way manu .%I lrs J"1'of (such ire. ertl6nte tole., I..III the n MI l

and suits to recover. them hav Bryan denies that his daughter. Ruth, facture timber lumber aud wood products, and shall be redeemed accordiig to Uw Hi
and been I in general will carry cu a .umber manufacturing will>sue thereon on the luth .7* nf """i .. A,
instated. is
Turrjs Musslenjen) are Attacking Should they be successful. engaged; to Richmond Pearson Hot bu<-iitccs. and such other business as is not U. 1903

Airs. :Maybrick may become 1 I soc. inconsistent there*ith.TllikO 8th Witness my olTictalcijrnaturcawtMdiiihii...
: The amoantolcapital stock will be da'of Aug., A. D. 1943.
one of the wealthiest women In the Crooks: : Storey, the celebrated Mississippi twentj-fi7c thousand dollar, consisting of two S T ftMTHCIML
Christians. United States. Hundred and lilly shares oi stock ol the par M4 clerk Circuit Court M. waewTfti
convict, aho recently! made haS. !
.. value ol one hundred dollars each. and the cap
Mr. Holbrook was a capitalist of :!*! ''scape! has returned: to the penitentiary. ital stock ill be paid in by conveyances to the

Mobile, Ala. He wag associated with corporation of mills machinery, mules carts. NOTICE
lands and timber and timber rights, situated in
Cyrus Held in the laving of the first The Colombian Marion County Florida valued by the corpra-
transatlantic oa.ble..Ie' founded theto"Il twngress is now dis tors at (25 ooo 00. Application lor Tax Deed Coder ,r ilU_ t tChapter
r ri Is.ir.g & bill authorizing the KorsTH: The corporation shall exist: tor a .
negotiation 4wi6, La1" of !-..onole.NOTIl' .
of Cairo Ill. .
and was one of the penod fifty years.FIFTH'
of a new canal treaty with the : The officers who will conduct the IS 1URIiOGI'IiN THtT w. e.
ARE BEING PILLAGED. promoters of the Illinois Central When enlto1.SttM.: business ol the corporation will be a President Townsend purchaser alias e'rttcat*. N...
HOUSES he died !In 1868. he was considered Vice-Fresident, a General Manager Secretary ,I 634. 035, 1030. dated the >M day< ol J.'.. .&. L
i of The federal grand Jury at Washington and a Treasurer. These officers will be electedat I 1901 ud certificate update 7th daY W...,.A
one the wealthiest has
men In the south. 1899. filed said certihcate S
the regular annual meeting ol the Stock in my c"*wc.
has returned soveo indictments holders of the Company to be held at Martel has made application lor us deed to iMMfa

TRADES UNION CONGRESS. in postal cases involving six different -i Htonda on the St'COud'ednesday in December the accordance with law Said eciti6c. *
following wluTuJ
I in each year after this date and the names descnbed prupeit. m
t persons. Leopold Stern, previously of the officers who are to conduct the compa- Marion county. Flonda. to-wat.

I indlrted.! has fled to Canada. ny's business until those elected a' the r4 Northwest quarter of northeast q...... ..
eody Condemns
Strongly Suggested eection: shall qualify are north half ot lot 2. section 3 township u. IMU
Changes: of Mr. Chamberlain. United States Attorney Soper ol W. B. Johnson piesident ii. Southwest quarter of he nonb.. .l .lurS.

esidents Terrified at Depredations and Abandon Leicester Sept 9.-At today's session the northern district of the Indian Ter manager DanielA., Clark, vice-president and general section 3"51"J 34 Section.and.!: northwest 36 all in 10wnabiP quarter of 13 oortkw I..*."..

of the traces union congress President ntoiy. admits that he is Interested ia Walter Ray treasurer. quarter of northeast 'I11ft .,
E P Thagard. secretaiy. north half 01 lot I, section
Houses Hcmidge declared colonial See- a company which is dealing with the SIXTH: The highest amount of indebtednessor range 25. 3. tuwasip 1"-" ,
I t Trjeir atjd Seek Refuge in ratray Chamberlain's suggested. Indians. liability to which the company at any time The said land being afce lal the elate '" Ule
I can subject itself fifty thousand dollars ($50- issuance of such certificate in the umc of L.tIIIr.
I changes ki the Brttlsh fiscal policy Carroll D. Wright, the umpire to 000.00)), WilcoX. Frank lcDonal.s and prtia rakMw.
;;1>\E>Tir. The names and residences and Unless said certificate shall belimiil
I : ttje Frencl) College. vere likely! to be most detrimental to.. wloml.s referred the disputes be- number of shares to be taken by each of the according to law. tax deed will lame Ifcuanii
the best subscribers are as follows: en the 6th day of October .
i interests or the nUcn. tween operators and miners! has filed A. I> woi.
I j f f"L.. JR.. W B. Johnson! Valdosta. Ga, So shares. Witness my offici.l signature a ad seal tkto MM
"Dahtl ng with the principles of free a report sustaining the contentions ol Daniel A. Clark. Martel Fla., 50 shares. sbthdayof Aug A D. I
! i \Wi', Sept 10. Official reports been surrounded at Kirk-Kilisseh, 32:! trade," he asserted: could do no good; the operators.The Walter Ray. Leroy. Flonda, 50 shares. S. T M&TKUMK.
Witness the hand and seal of the corporatorsthe 9 4 Clerk Circuit Court .
)b 4tII Co.. ....
torn Beirut show the growing gravfcj miles from Adrianople! and official cir- to tte country at present. The land three sisters of Pins X, visiting 36th day ot August.
: tf Uw situation there. Another des here momentarily expect news laws," shid: the president "caused: two- i j in Ro'me. are much amazed by the DANIEL W n. JOH\A.CI.ARK.::OX. ((SEAL SF.. ..)). NOTICE.

C\rllt1ID ras klllo )8sterda) The of their surrender or annihilation. thirds of the national misery.: I sights of the Eternal City. They say WALTER R.1 Y. (SEAL).

TrUih eoli.ll.uaore maklcg common Notwithstanding: the large numberof He advocated government old agpocsions. llo>) can't understand how Beppi Notice of
:State of Florida, tManou Application for u Ded md, Ion
ml with the Mussulmans during the troops t-cnoentrated at Adrianople, The following resolutionwas | (meaning Pius-X) stands the Vatican. County. ) tion 8. Chapter 4!! 1.a..01 yionda

,'_ >:u (.Jrt Un.I:6. a nusiber c! the regiment of Haminieh cavalry to caM ej with only two dissenting At the congress of traces: unions In TX PERSONCAMESEFOKE ME THE UN- 1OT1CK Iii HEaJlBY r.JVL( TIIA r

tot '. hare '>f--n pillaged one French which the: sultan presented colors vctea: i. JerMgied; authority. W. B Johnson Dame 1: _W. A. l'n1'St. purchaser oi tag cell.I. ii
on session in England a jesolutioa and Walter each of whom well No. dated
1 | was A. Clark Ray. is 15. the and day gf gjy A 1> -
<, : tc.Tt> i* e&ieteIy. l destroyed. and Sept 4, w411 leave here this evening That this congress strongly con I I adopted denouncing Chamberlain's known to me to be the same person whose has nled said certificates m m> I tic

: IM P. "" .' :L!--toiums terrified at from Adrianople. It Is alleged tha* demns fe suggested changes by Mr name i, sub-cribed to the foregoing article ofassociation and has made app caUouferUc r 'd t,, I.r
suggested changes of fiscal policy. and acknowledged that he executed in accordance with laa. >av" ft,..i, ..
j jI jI t... u -t> .uab, have abandoned the dispatch of these troops can only Chamberlain! in our present fiscal policy signed and sealed the said proposed charterfor braces the loilowmg desert1 K. ,.,?.,,, j
j As a result of he riot at Beirut, in the uses and purposes therein expressed m Minoi, county, W- .,
the have lt
-aJ at
ought refuge one meaning
ti i..te namely, massacres as rcisehlevous and dangerous to
Given under my hand and seal of office this North weit id
1! which several CVLstiias: quarter II r t art
< r
were killed
frn I u'.r>.. \, :u iJjii '1tweeu"08 ai1 In which the Kur.s are destined to the best !nentg cl me people of the z6thdayo.tugutA.U 1903. lion !'ow.tshtp uIH < ..
I by Mussulmans marines be landed E P. THAGARD, The salU iand .. .
may 1Jtla. ,
I ; .1-
I 'I .:. n. .,'.' D] 'V e.aired.t. play the same part as the Circassiansdid country anr! hereby pledge itself ad : from the American squadron. Notary Public Statt.at Large. issuance of such c.'ni'u! 't ,..( .,Ir? '?

.t -:I n 1 i-.:_-.ander. it before the Russo-Turkish war. Six urges al! other labor bodies to make Amy Orteu

to ,.: '" I i-1 the i. <: '>!'f, r, celv- ty battalions of Redifs on a war footing every e5->rt to prevent such a changa !' Conditions in Macedpnia are almost NJT1CE. acordingtolaw 1'ules.s said cert'fi..a lax dr,',t-! .. rel.,1" '_ '!.

fI d! L ri ,. .".-:t+J T' lau tr.aria-'S atlon' ,,are waiting at the different mobli2ation being broiijbt about." J I indescribable. The Turks are carrying the\\'itut'Ith da> of Seplei..i .\ .,.
I of extermination Notice is hereby given that on the 2910 dav ny ca e'a< -',,' III *' 11"0
B I.: :'iv tort: iIi ( u!:. ''ib'.leo; : centers in Anatolia, ready to The involution will be communicated on a It isi September ipoi the undersigned will apply the !Sth day of August;; D

(1 tli- !.1 j . I dren and old tees patent upon the foregoing proposed char Circiii C'M., th.
B.!,.: .*>.i.l to an '"croatf the enuii news from the Interior today is of the j I menarein hiding in the ter.

-.' ..; aid ; 'rLi.i.te' a < r.is.: savera engagement with a strone in- YOUNC WIFE'S SACRIFICE. ; mountains.i W. B. JOHNSON. ---

T:> .. ih!i ot i.airat h<.,:; ,j.r.\e I hhu. : '':aihd t.'blca occupied a post I __ i i I 8 38 WALTER DANIEL RAY.CLARK NOTICtot

tl'f! t. :i- \'. > ik and iccotL -.erit: u4y . i.j AauIUovo in the vilatint Receives Euilet! Intended For Her Hu& Carnegie to Buy Battlefield.

..". :->..-* :.. r le.. Tae fishl: Application for Tdi uc i" |. ,-ctioll ?,
11 !I'., t. f rioters and therefore : band-May Die. j I London, Sept. 10.-It is said that NOTICE. Chapter .

N. i.: 'f&bba.! the vail of )Damascus .. ,;r :li nigh trail.Cr. I Chicago, Sept. 9.-Rushing in front :, Andrew Carnegie Is negotiating for ; IS HEREBY 4V&, Law11 01\hVOTICK s '! UT. J IA -.

I v a- <>r :, ro-1 1 to assume the direction of of her husband to protect him from the porohaae of the famous battlefield NoticeN)f Application for Tax Deed Under Section Stevens purchaser o< tai ,atc :N j i

, tfii.r.ia Iirut: Neslm Pasha, who ;rc rf. 3.-ujre3 To Eie Taken I an attack by an armei man. a young I of Bannoekburn, near Stirling, Soot- 9. Chapter 4888. Laws of F1(>rida. dated ficates-Nos the :zd-lay 547 Ms.of daieu iah the AD'14 oy, .,': lu.|"

. k.._- ? .'a.J.j .j-nved at his new post, xlaj-L, So:>t lu.-.\ oommcnicatloi I wife last! night received a bullet la : land in ordtr-to save it Irom falling Notice is hereby given that Francis U. Williams 9oi. has filed ram ceruficaus lu my ufficr i .,od
. '" The *. : &e Italian ambassador! Ooaspctizaple I '. purchaser oi Tax;; Certificates Nns. 1404. has. made application f.., tc, JCeU i .",""I' KI aicordance -
w at :
: her EL
Ii -. 'oiingreat energy. con- I right side and physicians say < into the h4:0db of builders.Likes dated Jne i.tiiayoIJuly. .-_ U. i5.j: 2211, n&, with !aw Saw certifeeaim emltra"
wilt! <' v>ivs.a the' hope that he will :; says the Turkish miniEt j r I will die.iirt I l234, lht" ! I 227.5, ol April 5th. A D. 110<;2. 3000 jtoi, 3002, Marion county. Fh.nd to-wiv
4 be ate t.) 6tm the disorder. The of fcrelga aSalre has assured him thai t >. Ida Reckstein, :33 years of age, -- -- ----- J'';. 3"'4.dated 7th day of Augusta A, :>. 1899 Sonthwtst quarter of northeast qiarier h c

1t&rit French warship to Beirut Is the most energetic measures will b<: I is the victim, and after shooting hc-i: i i The Banner. and ;toj, 7611, 2619, 2621, ?>4>, dated the 1st lay tior 9 and east hall of north"..>j quarter tiuevt
01 juv A. D. i"oi. tiff file-i s.tid certificates in southeast q\arterof southeast of .
... IB tLt Gulf oi Volo, Gr.t: oce, but unless taken to punish those: who were re. Rudolph Hoppe, a saloon keeper, was II i lu H M'er re 'iveJ from one uf our my office and has: mad-- application for tax "".--t quarter section 15 and s.Mitbea iiiurter.t qurUr northe >.f

Xe.m; : Piiiha eedily restores order spooable for the recent conflict a':t set upon by a crowd of union cornic* deed to issue in accon:ance with law. Said certificates northwest quarter Ucepl commenc.1t ioyr .
: s'btriberfrom Conant Yt'*tPr 12\Y, embrace the following; described prop- east of SOUlnwCtt corner of southeast 'Ilia" atnt.rthwes
tad ryaipletcly safeguards French citi. EeiruL The ninistor aided there ii:I workers who knocked; him down and .1 erty situated in Marion county. Florida { quarter section i 5. lOwaslup 's..c
who has been reader of thf Ocala th"llce
leu. Prance will act decisively by no teed to tear any such inciden:t I were boating him over the head w'heI I a Southeast quarter of northeast quarter section H.2io yards.S.eat 220 jaiuurm no yaroltl WM
I no yds all in
cotitheasl of southwest of township
14. quarter quarter Ij. nmft*
CetpaUhlng warships from Toulon. would re-occur and asserted that the I the police appeared. B-inuer for many yetrs, he KIJS"I northeast quautr j-cction 24, north half of The said land being assessed at the dt attfia

porte vas ccrfdent that the insurrec, I The shooting followed a quarrel between will s.iy that the B.inner i is the l t.e.-t northwest:24, east quarter halt of northeast north writ quarter quarter of of southeast section issuance uuknown of F.such j Sleele.certiorate F. \'..in M.-Cain.the BUM U'*f

REPORTS AT VARIANCE. tion in Macedonia: vrculj be suppress' 1 Hcppe and RecteteSn! at th quarter of southwe.t quarter section 24, still cartificates shnll be ledccmed arcotdiwMl
: weekly newppiper I have ever rt'''.}. southwest of southeast of southwest law. tax deed will issue thereon on tlMim
quarter quarter
I ed in week.KLTiDEKER is snii
one I FOGIES of the latter. Reckstein day ol September A 1) *
ter section northeast 01
qua 13 quarter 1903.
Consular Version of ceirut Affair Different ; to have struck Hoppe IIIthe saloon Cnmpliniriits like thii are vtry idea*' southwest quarter and northeast quarter of \itaess my official signature and MI tliM Ik*
'I section southeast Sth day of August. A. U 1003.
E SAVCD motl:: VOD.PaSicc'mcn then his revolverHe southeast quarter 23 quarter
from Turkish Government's. keeper ant to IN northwest quarter and east half of southwest S. T. SISTRUKK,

Cocitantlnople Sept. 10.-Consular I I fired twice at his antagonist, without quarter oj northwest quarter and northwest. 814 Clerk Circuit Court Marion c*. ....

wort roeelved from Beirut are Rescue Negro From WouldBe -I t3e.-t and as he fired the third 21 Yeara a Dyspeptic quarter- section southwest:fi. east hall quartrr of northeast northwest q,.arter quarie ol

to-I time Mrs. R/ecksteon in front southeast quarter section 13. northeast quarter NOTICEot
.13 Ully: tllffc-rent! from the Turkish Lynchcrs. jumped
It. H. Fottpr, SIS 8. 2.1. :St.a1i, southeast quarter of southwest qua'ter sec
rament's version of the recent out Chicago Sept 10.-Under a fire ot.I' of her) husband and received the bul. tion n northwest quarter of southeast quarter
"I have Wii
breu ttera I bricks and stones policemen last night I 1st 'jke City writes : southwest quarter section 13. north halt of Application for Tax Deed Union 5ucliM I.r
botht-red with dyspepsia oritindig north half o' n'irtheast quarter of norihea
Chapter 4SS8 Laws of
f f The'aU of Beirut was not on board rescued a cesro murderer froa a. mob quarter section 24 south half of north half ol Florida

to e United States flagship Brooklyn,"I of would-be lynchers.: I Columbia's Lots $92,000. tiou for 21 years; triwl many doetor- northeast quarter of northeast quarter section \' OTICE IS HF.RK3YGIVEX THT JOSEPH
half of northeast ot southeastquarter
west n Stanaland.
24. quarter :: purchaser Tax Certificate
tttfii the first brawl occurred but was I Ten minutes before, John Brinkley, Colum'.Ii. C., Sept. 9.-Thetotaij without relief; recently 1 got a hot'.leof '. water section 13 northwest quarterof 1237 dated the 4lh day of Nov A 1) 189*.Jo bat .

In the country Contrary to the offi- I a negro watchraan, had: shct and kill- \\10:5 j :: C. : 'i tire Sunday night is $92,- Uerbine. I Ixmle cured me, I am quarter southeast of southeast quarter quarter ol section except 23 north southeast half filed application said certificate Sir tax deed in my to office issue and in accordince ha. wade

fiat version the consular dispatches d Charles McCarthy, a plasterer. Then CO*), insurance $33,5K 0.) The heaviest : now tapering oil on the second. I ol southeast quarter of southeast quarter of with law. Said certificate embraces the follow ,j

Mf the Mussulmans( first attacked the breaking into the doorway of his own II I loser 1 is J. L. Mimaugh whose stock avere"onuneudwl it to my friends; southeast southeast quarter quarter'eCtion section 25 25.southwest northwest quarter quarter County mo described Florida. to-wit.property: situated in Marion .

CbrUtiani.\ and the troops which intenrenej quarters he held a crowd of 200 men of clothing, valued at $50.000."as insured it is curing them too." 50r. at Anti- of northeHst quarter and north halt of north. North half of north half of southeast quarter I.
west quarter section 36 all in township 17 section 31. township t
j sided! with the Mussulmans. I and boys at bay until disarmed by Policeman I for but J17.500. He will at Monopoly drug; store. in range 26. The said land being 15 ScJ.t'J rang:;' at 4.the date ol the i -

1. Ote of the pillaged houses belonge .1 Mooney. once build: a very handsome block ol -- ---- ------ .- The aid land being assessed at the date of i issuance ol such certificate in the name of Frank. j
Moses. Unless said
the of such certificates in tht names certificate shall be re
J to a French citizen. Though therdiu !! Mconey opened the door and took his stores where the other was destronyed.Neice : ol Manger issuance& Avery. M. M. Sexton.Curtis GrubbJ. deemed according to law us deed will issue 1

been no further disturbances a? I! prisoner into the officer of the tile Jerry Burnett W. Fry. H Simmons. II. Waters. Anchor thereon on the tathdayofSeptetutwrA.I: > \i
Land Co.. Thomos Msrksand 9)artips unknown. Witness my official nature aud seat thiilhejrd
Beirut stace Sunday great uneasiness |I factory, in which Brinkley was employed of Millionaire Killed. Unless! said certificates shall be redeemed day of August. A. D. MOJ l.1
amountIng! to almost a panic prevailsnong I to await the patrol wagon. But Hager&town, Md.. Sept>> 9.-Mrs according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon S.T.SISTRUNK '
I the loth day October! A. D 1003.Witness 7 3 Clerk Circuit Com Marion Co., t-U.
...-. ; $ the Christians, many of whoa I as he did so the crowd surged forward Francis McGraw wife of Aaron Me- Merchant my offici-1 signature and seal this the ,' t

bye left Beirut and sought refuge in I cnce more with cries of "Lynch him! Graw. has been killed in a driving accident I 3rd 94'S cay of September, A. D .I'P3.T. SISTRVXK NOTICE t

ret 1 *banon. The foreign consuls at I I Lynch him! Get a rope!" near Sharpsburg. She"was a Clerk Circuit Court, Marion count) Fla. la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit 1,

Bdrut met on Monday and decided to :11 The policeman tried In vain to close niEce of Levi Z. Leiter, the Chlcas* Tailoring. of the State of Florida, in and for J
i teak serious representations to the J I the door on the crowd and keep it millionaire.Santa EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO [CREDITORS Marion County In Chancery.

1 !focal authorities looking .to the preservation closed, but e'en1tJ. the assistanceof Ocala Florida. AND OTHERS. Revana Che, riamtift. vs. Solomon Che. defendant

of order. They also decided: the now terrified murderer it was Fe Road Increases Wages.
to telegraph their respective ambasaa- useless. While Mooney was thus struggling Fe railway today announces a wage Finest Imported and IS IIERFBY GIVES TO ALL CE { herein named, Solomon Ghc be and he U

.1 gars or ministers! at Constantinople; Brinkley turned and fled- from increase of 2! cents an hour for boilermakers NOTICE, le ttces, distributees and all persons hereby required to aopear.. to the bill of com. .i
I' demands the estate otCIURLES plaint in said caue o or before
Domestic Cloths. havirif claims or against !
demanding the recall of the incompe-I. the office by the rear door. machinists and blacksmiths at K ABMIX. deceased that th-v and Jlfllld/.I1I sf/i dny of (M toixr .1 j). /yty.It j

tl.tb.. tnt nt: of Beirut and requesting that I. The mob saw the escape, and head all the shops on the system proper each of them.are called upon and required to is further ordered that a copy of this order
claims the said
their again to
of ed by Mooney, nemed down an alley Cutting: a SpecialtyFits i present published once a week for five conaccutjrsteets '
1j j warships! be sent for the protection between Chicago and Albuquerque.This I the unde-signed as executor o( the test mil and in the Ocala Banner.
I I in pursuit. The ran several Guarantf'ed.I testament ot Charles E: Abson.deceased within
the negro
00 ] Europeans. means an increased expenditureby two years Irom this Hate as required by law. This the 13th day ol August, A. D 1903. 1.1.he
N ulm Pasha, vail of Syria., was or- blocks before he was finally overtaken the company of $100,000 yearly o: otherwise the same u ill be forever b.rred. S T.SISTRCXK.
ED'A. HOLDER, & n Clerk Crcait: Court
I A teamster began lashing thp
f'ft'd from Damascus to Beirut where le out in To--
| which ?50OOO111 paid Executor of last will and testament of Charles BY IL CSismvnzp.EnwixSPaxcxa. ; .C
l lie trrlreJ yesterday negro across the face with his whip, peka. Me IYER find 111A C.KA J E Abson. deceased "1
Oc..la, Ha., July icth, A.D -to fit rlaiEt-JTs Attonjt
The port announces that Nazlm Pa-I 'the victim being held by a dozen men 1905. t

I \ lha with the and boys. > ,
wa Beirut
sent to Shot herself in Mouth. -' -- --- '! NOTICE -
( -
At I telons of troops to take temporary While the mob was trying to drag Chicago, Sept. 9.-Mrs. Helea Won VI *- -.. -4-.,.. ..n_.,_.....u.. "'. ..... NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL
I targe of affairs here. The vail 0, the murder away a patrol wagon arrived thington Purinton wife of Colonel Hoi, ,,, ., .__. .' ;. ..} ..:;.r.if} SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE Notice Application for Tai Ceed Under Section

.... tItolrut, it is also announced, has notleprived with three policemen who together man Green Purinton, prominent in ""' '::>\-\11! ..... .:....<,,.:tA. :. ...:..:'!: ---' 8, of Chapter 4'jSa, La us of Florida.

bees of his authority but he I iIJ with Mooney fought their way Masonic and national guard circles, N''OTICE la HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS .
IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE V. Miller purchaser ot Tax Certificate X"",
*!'! 'probably reman! inactive at his through the strugglng; mass of men committed suicide last night at bet FUNERALDIRECTORS. NOTICE> ned executor ol the last will and 2000 dated the 6th day of August. A. U, 1904.
I of A. COLE deceased will on has filed snot certificate in my office, and hu
w W Pasha. while bricks and stones rained on them testament JOHN ,
during the stay of Xazin home by shooting herself in the mouth. made application for tax deea to issue in tic
of Filauatr A. f) ,
tin 2h(
Will the rioting was in progress I from every side. Despondency over continued ill healthis lau 1904- cordance with law. Said certificate embraces _
I I. faint make final settlement of his accounts and apply the folc"iig! dt=cribed property situated in
tt Beirut advices further state an At the police station Brinkley the 01 Such final stt'ltment and
apP thought to have been cause : for final discharge. :Marion &:"Ult'Ionda.. to-a it: Southwest
*t1 l wai made to Rear Admiral Cot- ed from terror and when revived beg-- her act. duplication to be made to the county Judge of quarter of il.e northeast quarter section 19

tea to land marines but he replied edxto be put I lu a cell where no mob -T- Marion S 2S county 6m at Ocala. Florida J. M. LIDDFLL township The said I;land, range being 23. astest-ed the date of

kt could get at mm. D. A. MILLER. the issuance of such certificate ia the name' Of
he could not intervene in a quarrt The killing grew out of a quarrel in Steamer Reported Lost. rt.we lallst30't' o! CoSiii.C.uketJ. Boris _. .. ... ......._..n'__'_"" _' .. ___._ Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be TC*
l among Ottoman subjects. It is : Detroit, Mic-h., Sept 9.-The Journal's uf 0 every !aeieilptiou. ,pec'a1 Itt utlrz: NOTICE deemed according to law. tax deed will issue:
which McCarthy had accuse Brinkleyof thereon on the 2lh day of August A. D.
I h.l..hfnU: 1003.
nii Leamington correspondent
official and
stealing chickens from his premoIs II Witness my signature seal ibis the2st
lend warships to Beirut! and her ex- informs that paper on the long distance Order. day of July,A. D. 1903.S.
Embalming to Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec T. SISTKCXK,
&IIIp1e i b lIkely to be followed by other'Oters. I 7 30 that the steamer
at :
telephone tion S, Chapter 4:8$ Laws of Florida 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla
Several of the diplomats I Louise, reported last night from San- *
here drew the serious attention of the dusky as missing left Leamington at NOTICEof NOTICE. / : purchaser of tax certificate No. NOTICE.

lIOrte on Monday to the situation at 6:30 o'clock list evening for Sandusky.The 733 dated the jd day of Nov A D. 1896 has
in office and made
For frs Maybrick, In English filed said certificate my ap.
1klrut t lemandlng that measures be tak-- Attorneys little steamer arrived safely at Application for Tax Deed Under: Section 8 ef plication for tax deed to issue in accordancewith Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec

... to prevent a further outbreak and Prison, at Work. Lean ngton, from Sandusky at 12:3i': Chapter 4<;SS, Laws of Florida described law. Said certificite embraces situated the in Marion following I ,lion 8.Chapter 4838,Laws of Florida.
New York, Sept. 10.-Fighting to secure OTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN THAT V. property VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
IDlJ.UII4 I \.
of the vail Florida. to-wit
recafll :
on the and didnot leave un. county '
fortune Mrs. Florence Elizabeth o'clockesterlay! .1" D. P. Pratt purchaser of Tax Cer- South half of southwest quarter section iS J. L. T. Burke purchaser of tax certifies No.
1rbo 1CM in office when the outbreak a til midnight after the passengers had ti Cite Xo. 1874 dated the ist day of July A. D. township south, range 22 eat. 13"7. 139. dated the ist day ot JulY A D. 1901
eurre4. Mtybrick. whose release from an English 1901 has filed said certificate in ray office, and The asia 14 land being assessed at the date of has filed said certificates in my office; and has
spent the day in picnicking ashore. I has made application for tax deed to issue in made application for tax deed to ib.ue in accordance -
No further consular dispatches have prison is expected next July. counsel accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe the E. W issuance ol such& Co.certificate Unless in said the certificate name of with law. Said certificate embracethe
"ctatly bwn received by the vilayets will today: begin proceedings to following defended property situated in shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed following described property situated in
Knitting Company Granted Charter. Florida tc>..-it: Marion county. Fla. to-WIt East half ot north
ibtrion county
*f than $40,000. That is will is.ue thereon on the 3rd day of Oct. A. D. .
European Turkey. It is believed recover more Book hall of lot section 20. and
L' Raleigh, X. C., Sept. l .-A charter Lot 26 Becket Plantation Plat A, page 2. southwest quarter
*.', that the rigorous repression exereiitd all that is leftf the immense for 56. section 27 township 16, range 22. 1903.Witness my official signature and seal this the except lot 13 Hyde Park section 21 all in township
has been granted by the state to the The said land being assessed at the date of the 15.range 22.: The said land being assessad! ""-
: by tha Turks in the vlllayet of tune of Darius Blake Holbrook grand- 'P. H. Haines Knitting company, of issuance et such ceruicate in the name cl zth day of August, A. D.I903.S. T SISTRCNK, at the date ofthe issuance of such certificate in

J :; *onutlr will result in uniting all the father of the American woman now party Unknown. Unless said certificate shall S 2$ Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. the name of Unknown: and Laurence uebner..
stock be $250,000. Unless said certificate shall
Winston, capital to be redeemed acccrding to law, tax deed will be redeemed according
.- Oirtitiang against the authorities. spending the last months of a fifteen The owners are P. H. Haines and his issue thereon on the ith day of October A. Q.; to law, tax deed v i'l issue theron on the
2Sth of .
day August A. 1)
{ I The porte intends to concentrate year ternn an English prison. two sons. The company will manu- 1903.Witness ay official signature and seal thisthe Witness my official signature and seal this the 0

::J.11. 1' | fcoo 50.000 to 70,000 troops at Adrian-' Attorneys for Mrs. Maybrick will appear facture yarns and all kinds of knit "abrcs. otb day of Sept A. D iqov FOLEnnONIYA.'mTARCures 22nd day ot July A.D. 1903.
: S. T. XK.
ile before referee and ask an accounting It TR
: a Colds: Prevents Pneumonia Clerk Circuit Court
'. .. 9 ii Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla. 7-24 Co.tl.
n ill that 2.000 insurgents have I frt-ai Hamilton B. Brashaw

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:Tm Are glad both: the but no gap asd ar moon bigfe. " " ''v'' " ""t"'t''i' " '" " " ," " ,

That so reforming hand call reach
To lake tbca front the sky;
Yor If they weren't so high
TJitr. -t some prtiamptnoo ass, -
li t lid more to take lien from their pUce -
and fight the world with ga*.-Tokosio ," # 1iit i
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", dad it they weren't hang BP so high = e THEE ry-- Ar V l.X i , JLLXJL.SATISFACTION s :
They both are out oJ reach. :: JAKE
There some would build a fence zrocni ABZ | -- -- ....
And hug on Eke aktebSo .../') -
they would charge their fellow sts '--' 711111
alIIIII1lt11Cll ,uu"u .;
A pnct acct awfully high.To :: ? !! :/ ...
aye the fi JBI of son and croon a1tilr
That God pot a the s--Tirrti K.OJILf --


Eureka, FlJ .,sept nth 191J3. ....
t)the E&SOT of the Oc.:a Baaser. -- -.
I srt in test week's 'TJancer" that Groceries
NEWEST novelties in Fancy
A. E. H., writing from Eureka, i.. HE |

very much concerned that readers at .....
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A distance may cot underststd "the

tro inwardness of such a piece"ha and them
Pctc'r. Now, Tenders\ of the "&U- are arriving every day, among ,

Dtr" a i home and abroad who were !stt t- ....
Dot impenetrable to a joke, readily >- ...
understood it to be a joke pure and
simple. G will be found something to please everybody .

A.E. H., i b rcry eolictious, about G ....
.' a ....
the "I.rc trityJ'' of them ight rboo.1, 0 -- .
t and very tender on the joint of the
JlH"lle kin ; ""lurrt=d," while the fact no matter how fastidious. Prompt service is one of 3

6lt ai2ht i of that one attain j.rty, ...
o not nx uy moon's ago, who ii vtryn IfJf ...

&t to A. 1... H., characterizf the
hobbies and else will be tolerated here.
nothing |
cilizeLa of Ft. McCoy and Eorcka a- e our ,
a "mol" and used for a change: of G -
venue in a justice court on the plea t -*
that justice could not t- had. Soruto C
a Remember satisfaction and refund
people imagine that as!! soon a!! they we guarantee |
are vested with a little "Lri,f author.
l't d'
its"that they cease to t r ordi..r --
mortals and become the jopie'! .
masters instead of public srrvants. your money if goods are not as represented. |
The United cutts officisli at Ocala

." arebbove uiplcioa of wron{ doing t>F ....
and have t feen e enou/b_ to know thai ...
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Pete's article waa not intended n a

""lur" on them. PETE.

His Life Saves by Chamberlain's ....
Colic Colera and Diarrhoea. ...."
r..L. Bier, a well known cooprr, of 1113-- -....
thii!10WU,t,a.yi he t-elieves in Cbaiu- -
L rl in':; Colic, CLolera and Dinho ;t.NE WOULD certainly have to be somewhat of a neologist 3
saved his life ]
a Remedy
with. what He had the been doctors sick called for a mouth bilii.u- n to coin two words that mean more to the housekeeper than 3

d\Bcntery, and could !get nothing h.
do him any good until he tried this the words Pure"when it 3
rrnitdy. Itgavetiim immediate rt Absolutely comes to describing
il r.JI says B. T. Little, lutrchaut ...
'. Hancuik, )Jd. :For sale l-y all gi-ts\ aLa uii-dieiue dealers. ai'A lJftiltt- edibles yet we say without any hesitation that we handle :
Little Unparliamentar -
-. In his ppercL at Punta Gorda tock; ;'l7; the nearest this sort that money can buy This may :

; too went out of his way to attack the tl.-? -4
Tri.ff, for no other reason thau thai --
it supported another c"ndidltottHt seem like an extravagant statement, but to prove it to your own satin :

a,.?erted that the Times is "owned -- "!

and ration controlled languaies.: t.y"republican The next ccrp days E faction try (if you have not already done so) our Famous .:...

s while Stockton waa in Tampa he HUB

publicly denounced: as a delil-emie Royal Scarlet Canned Goods None Better. i

I and malicious liar, on account of tln- ,

Matemeut, and he made no re-jjonv, ..
alihou ti he remained her two d"y,,,

and h believed had ample that opportunity.nearly if cot quit Awl all u Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Unexcelled. 3

of the charges made l tlj 1"1iktou tt"1 "
would be proved equally false if III-
ve.tigtted. Now, believlug theei I -
Catsup Pickles Preserves Etc. \
of the Star to be a fair and hnnorat.le ,
man, we leave it to Lira to ray _
whether John Stockton is entitled tauyfavtrs <> -44
from the Times-Tampa ttttliF, -
.' Time

"I bal.t'tu Stomach troubled 1 ro.ble. witu my E CARRY the most complete line of Hay, Grain, and feed

gto uach for tar past four yearsajs -, Ill'J -4

Farm D., Gr K lIfidd Beach. Maa., of Clover"A few Nook day of every Description in this section and will give

ago 1 wa iiuluced to buy a box of C) -II
CtiamberUm's sjiomach and Liver -4-
Tablets. I have taken part of them our customers the lowest possible prices consistent with
\ and feela great deal better." If jouhave tt 'I
any trouble with your stomach 69 '
try a box ol these tablets.: You are 0- -

ceruiu For sale lobe by all pleased druggists with and tht medicine> rt- I..I'. ,J, a legitimate profit Examine our goods and get our prices. I

dealer. _________ mIn ----

late xcator accoraauce logalls with his the widow wish of has the and you will surely see that it will be to your advantage to buy of us, I

placed hi* grave one of the huge
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red boulder* with which the Kan I are siewn. The stone wfoi/oh/ for we have the best the market affords .jl.4 f

five tons aud bears a bronze tablet tt .....i t tt
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, with the following inscription select
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el from Senator Ingall's work, "Blue ...
Gra*,": "When the fitful fever is i,
ended and the foolish wrangle of

market heels over aud the tear forum which is closed our decent gras ; THE. TEA POT GROCERY. I

into the boom of the earth has made
and the blanket of the infant becomes J

the blanket of the dead." A. BROWN & BRO, Proprietors. s4-
FoteyV Honey and Tn is peculiarly
adar ted for chronictthrvat troubles
and will positively l cure (bronchitis,
hoar?e1e"s'_ lod.l.r"l..hh:1 uiseises.

$Refuse t+-re. substitute. Postoffice Drug in : " 6 '

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