The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 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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t 1tI"'l1ll1f''lf'ff''f''f'II'I'llf'IIIII''f''fl1l''f"' ''' ''' '' ''''' '! '! '' '' '' i Mr. Boyd Scarborough a young man ( At the Bowling Alley.Mr. .

r working at the Spoke & Rim factory, and Mrs. Clarence Camp gavea
1r-- was arrrested Wednesday by Deputy bowling party to a number of the EV

r r-- United States Marshal H. 8. Chambers young people at the alley ..Fridaynight. KNOWS:

--- for violating section 3242 revised ,
-r statutes of the United State. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Camp Miss: Emily Stotesbery, t

INABOX'r'! Mr.B.A.:; Btaudley returned Wednesday Miss Emily Ford, Miss Lena Bullock, ,.

afternoon from Atlanta, wherehe lidS Maxie Bullock Miss Esther

,.i r --r- purchased a carload of fine hordes Weathers, Miss Violet Harris, Miss How all lines of business and

If you wtut to write a nice letter you can do it if you have :--::S and mules. This car is expected to Sara Harris, Meters. C. L. Anderson, prices on real estate have grown.

fclr .utl<>uery. You're iu a box if you 11l veu't the paper, and r3trUlna :: arrive tonight and will be at once I, G. R. McKean, C. V. Miller, U. H. A We planted here the seeds of a AT

nice 'ocslf you buy it here We have many styles. :-S placed on sale. Ocala is undoubtedly I Ford, W. T. Wheeler and Dr. W. H. Tan
bank before this
1 the chief stock market of the state. growth began

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. % Powers.Mr. have well attended them. :
Mr. James A. Pooser is putting a Ford and Mr. Wheeler chose
I Their roots are now in the foundation
t == lot of new shelving into his store sides! and an interesting and exciting
t. Mr. Wheeler'sside of every prosperous firm in
tournament ensued,
Ft. He
room on King avenue. says

I his business is ou the increase, each winning both games. the city.nUNRQE.

: The best individual scores were
.. week being better than the last. His i

----- brother, Sam, is now assisting him. made by Miss Weathers aud Mr.

rIlIIIUIIIl11111llllllllllllll r Anderson and they were awarded tbe
.. --- Miss Mary E. Wight, a trained
prizes, the former a lace & CHAMBLISS,
j -
1 nurse; in a Boston hospital is the leather card
r:: and the latter, a case. BANKERS.:

IIIIIIIIIUIUIIIIIIlIIIUIIIlU1111i \ heroine in a romantic courtship. The Between the games delicious: fruit OCALA FLORIDA.i I
courtship cnlminiated in her
F and candies '*ere served.
marrying Chauncey Stillman one of
The evening was one of unalloyed
the richest: and most prominent men
pleasure iu every way aud was greatly .
---- -- ---
in Boston. enjoyed by tbe fortunate gufsts.Tuesday .
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE I rQ! Iffi!! !!iiL.! i 50NMONOPOLY :!:!'!!!

{3 Mr. and Mrs. William 1'. Haisley, night Mr. S.T. fe-Ktrunk and

LANDS. who have been spending some monthsat Mr. J. H. :Mathews entertained witha i DRUG STORE.

Saratoga Springs N. Y., for the bowling party, which was thorough

benefit of the former's health will return -
ly enjoyed.

t to Ocala November first. Mr. Those bowling were Mr. and Mrs Medicine is one thing that stands between life and dtth. Your 1'

If you hare any phosphate lands you wish to sell or Haiitley has beeu bvnentted by the Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson physician writes a prescription that will do you good if properly put

kale on royalty communicate with him. trip but not as much n<* he expected.Mrs. Miss Gertrude Pereda, Miss Edith I up and good pure drugs; used. We are now prepared to till pmtcrip-
I tions at short notice with drugs from Park, Davis &; {'u., and other

W. B. Holley of Ocala, Fla., Piatt, Miss Esther Weathers, Miss I I equally reliable houses. It i- worth your while to think on thi

formerly Miss Bettie Daniel, of Sara Harris, Miss Violet Han, I subject and insist on your prescriptions being brought there ,.hf <

Miss Lena Bullock, Miss Maxie Bul- m nothing but the very best drugs that can be procured are ud.
Oft* lut to Dr. Smith. Postoffict( Block. Ocala Pla. Atlanta, is in the city with her little
I lock, Miss Louella! Gary, Messrs.! J. II. i Full Line of Standard Patent Medicines. ,
I son, Preston Holley, and is at the
J -I t Mathews, O. H. Ford, E. 1 1\ Helvenstoj -
| I'almadge for three months. She
Arthur Masteis! W. T. Wheeler !is iI
.. came to have her son's eyes treated. I Our Line of
G. R. McKean, C. V. Miller, S. E. i
UU JUZA2I73 SASSI3. 1.=:11 Eater _Hon. K. B. Bullock, who went to Mrs. Holly before her marriage taught j '
McIver Hiller, J. H. Taylor aud Dr, W. H. Fine Toilet Soaps, Perounjcry) Fancy Stationery, Etc.
Charles E. .
tsf = = a Arcadia to inus-u* in -\llI.ntlfor\ several years
Powers. i Cannot be surpassed: in central Florida and as to price, we e.p
TOWN. ha returned. Mr. Bullock h&d the and made numbers of friends who
HAPPENINGS ABOUT Fruit aud lemonade was served I only say that we propose standing strictly up to wl tt our &**u*
case against his client continued will welcome her return.-\iltutaJourudl. Indicates.
until the next term of the court. during the games.
Mr. IV. K. Thrower of (iftlneavillv, MissV'eathers and Mr Masters I 1I 1 Give Us a Call,

I ... t. 'buhl \Wdii-mUy Judge Alexander Wynne, the Bert Marshall, the minstrel king, made the largest cores. I DRUG
arbiter of the law at Eastlake, was who has established a high; standard .
t )ir.J.cklknfruwjr.of St. Augus- Danger in Fall Colds. rd
iu Ocala Monday and got his money of exct'l1enc9., more than ever J. W. CASTEL, Prop.
: tlbe. .h at the(kale lIouo\t'. Fall colds areliable to hang on all I
, i -- for that cow which some Ocala sporu- pleasing last night and his efforts
winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia 5a5a5cS! ,cia iSgasasaSESS3335aa| !j'2SS ESSZE352ESfiiS5a! r ffiSKS.iMi
! Wr. E. CIIUI/lit Auburn.Jale.isa men accideutly killed home mouths were very acceptable. His renditionof
: bronchitis or consumption. Foley's -
! Nato( tae M'mlri nu.t "Tildy Ann" and other popular
x Honey and Td cures quicklyand
j ago.Mr.
selections in conjunction with suitable -

! f' Mr*. R.tirtru irli( )utenhy for few for the. Will W. Carman establishment has purchased and appropriate gags, makes his prevents serious results. It is ""r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r'tr"r't"t"t"t"r"r'tr"r""r" " " " " "

That City to j 1.,10 l M'. fu IL green grocery old and reliable, tried and tested, safe ,
act at once a favorite.-Savannah
of C. J. Jewell near the city market.
'aJI. __ and Contains no opiates and
l' in the (Ga.) Press, Sept 22, 1903. Bert sure. E. K. NELSON & CO.
He will make improvements
Uofi. Diiuu II. Irvine, the page of will not constipate. Po,toffice Drug
Marshall will in Ocala with the -
of -
in full line -
Like of the Monte' building aud put a Store. ---------- -
Gft&f U gum ---- -
a == :- -
Comedy Co. Out. 26 27 and
! I Lyceum -
I :" 1WM bo'el.) staple groceries.Mrs. I.K -
Temperance Rally.
. A.--Fi h"returned home :.." F all Millinery Announcement 3
' Mir Pnwiuau, Atlauta, who is L. Has Ben Rayoor been in Tampasiuce The meeting in the Ietho list C

i tfvnvlkut ewe ttm a1 Weirtdale, idItUt this morning from Lima, Ohio, where the Seaboard! wreck. The church Wednesday night attracted a :: We wish to announce to our many patrons as well 3

. :- llouUiuuia. she baa beeu for several mouths. good sized: audience.It as to the public in general that our line of =3
Tampa Herald, after interviewing
.i, On her return journey she stoppedover .
the inital in the movement
It alit be pleiuaul news to bibtrtaubto at Mt. Sterling, Ky., Atlanta borne of the passengers, gives the following was to place Marion step county in the :-: FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY j:|

f i learu that Hi!V. J. C. Porter Jacksonville. account of the wreck: "A For 1903-04 12
and dry columu. :::: ::
total of ten freight arten: badly -
b from bin tllnt1rs.kit
mowing Mr. a(. W. Biddell, proprietor of wrecked several of them falling iuto Rev. J. A, Heudry preuided.Rev. 1E: will be here in a few days. It will be composed of ==

Edward lllller has rented the the Biddell Carnival Company, win W. C. Lindsay, Rev. J. P. selections from the most popular millinery houses in ZZ
the opening and at least four pilingone :: the countf-.everything new and up-to-date. We 13
fcffic la the Merchants block formerIjoceuplnlby the city Wednesday makingarrangements upon another aud the others be- Hilburu and Rev. C. H. Nash, of E are determined to give the ladies of Ocala and sur2:

Mr. lid! Ka !,leton. for the appearance of his iug scattered for a distance of several Tampa, who is visiting Oeala, made C rounding territory the very latest creations in the =5

aggregation of attractions here November excellent addresses. Mr. Hilburu's millinery art this season, and to show them how well ==
j hundred feet along the track and
Mr.A. A. McCraul went to bU old I 24-29. up receiving especial commendation.It == we have succeeded we want them all to call in a few :::

bmelnthorgta NNedu' Uy to visit and down embankments, making a announced that those who :; days and examine our stock. Watch for the opening IS
Josiah Yarn, for some years principal most complete and general wreck." was date later. r;
brother who U quite in the
school has I are behind the movement were -
Ocala public ,
of the
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When a boy turns his pocket Inside to win and that it would be -
T. L. !1. Warreu i.. in BrtowtM again withdrawn from "the profes light

."k M.UtiniE the paotor of the sion" and will devote his talents and variety out we of marvel articles at he the has quantityand stowed .I fought to a finish. | E. K. NELSON & CO.r

# B a Hiil church there in a ?erie* of. enegies to raising oranges and enjoying I. away. Odd lengths of string, mar No collection was taken up but it -
stated that the friends of the ::: KSSSHAFS' LLOCS OCALA, FL ::JA. :::
attUnes. the leisure of Florida farm life.- bles, a horse chestnut, a top, bra!
Exponent.Miss hickory nuts, an apple, and movement would be asked for con- -- -
i Mr Wade Barrett and children, ofF Reardon and lIiss'iold many more articles are garnered by tributions to make the campaign JiiliiiiaiilialaliiiillllilltilililaliliiiiJiliilaliilalll l 1 !! lillillliu

F Bfidnto, who hate ken spend- Miry Urn"snapper of undonsidered trifles."

G U| ft few dj in Ocala returned home Harris will go to Gainesville the latter We think the collection must be hardon etlecti\6. --- ----

f. W'JDnda. part of the week and will be the : a boys pocket. And it is. But do I Mothers.

I guests of Mrs. W. B. Taylor for a few we ever think of the variety and I Who would keep their children in''
tt )lr. Ihonm. H.: Campbell, of St.J They will attend the foot ball miscellany of the substances we put good health should watch for the first

I -|'b, Mo., U the guest of his days. Saturday between the J. L. I. in the pocket of our stomach Thereis symptoms of worms, and remove Tell Us YourFurniture
r game the apple and the nuts, and things i
mother Kud Uter, Miss Virginia them with White's Cream Vermifuge.It .
I and E. F. S. teams. besides quite as indigestible; as brass
I CaapUll for a couple of weeks, is the children's best tonic. It gets
I nails and with no more food value
I Miss :Mary Little, who was quite ill digestion at work so that their food Troubles!

II I Mr. W. ('. Bull and Miss Jennie at Orlando last week where she was than marbles. And yet we" wonder When does them good, and they grow up
that the stomach "gave out.
,, F- BuA left Wednesday for a visit to attending school, has returned to the stomach breaks down under the healthy and strong. 25c. at Anti-

, fritudi and relatives at Live Oak, Ocala." On account of her health strain of earless eating and irregular Monopoly. Drug Store. 111 {i

, | MadUoo, Cherry Lake and Valdosta. Miss Little will not return to schoolfor meals is can be perfectly and permanently We enjoyed a very pleasant visit l
that not troubles all
I restored health and strength And we will prove to you they are at ,
'0; J Owen the present.Mr. Wednesday from Mayor Fishel, who of the imagination. When imagine t
{t )I... who has I by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden but wanderings you you
returned from a several. furniture troubles it is delusion and one that is dis-,
has just have a easily
t\ t bttu spending the summer with! M. Fishel returned Sunday Medical Discovery, The action of
month's trip to Hot Springs, Ark. He pelled. Come around to our store and let us explain to you how
where he stomach and
other Ark., this medicine on
MttiYM and Hot Springs.
l- In Philadelphia from it is to furnish your house at a very reasonable cost and
I dtl.iu Pennsylvania, returned home has been for some weeks trying to get other organs of digestion and nutri left his rheumatism at the springs easy without much advance capital. We will sell you furniture (if
J' \ Mr. tion is so marked, that relief from and says that the cures there are small at lower
M Friday afternoon. !. rid of his rheumatic ailments you desire it) on the weekly payment plan prices
disease U i at once experienced, and Some people who ask for the cash down.To
few days at his marvelous. go than other houses will you same goods .
J | JIG 1L It eittlpiiu; the hiwtliugI Fishel btopped over a the headaches, liver "troubles", kidney .
i there m rolling chairs aud on crutches be convinced that the above is not the ideal dream;of a
I returned from atrtk' old home in Alabama. disorders, skin ereptious and what have offer and the
I loiurance man, has: in little while. theorist call and see we to price we a&k.
them a
the Palatka very much improved. other symptons of a diseased stomach! throw away Yours for Business,
trip !! are quickly cured. Whenever the use The bath is cheap, the price of board

, 1 : *tlou, and wear a very satisfied Mr. L. S. Black, of Crystal River, of a laxative medicine is indicated is not excessive and the charge of the

: i f ttulle when asked "how1 businet-s." was up before Commissioner Williams use Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. physicians moderate. Mayor Fishelwas

9 i H section They act in harmony with the "Discovery -
- Dr. J. (I. lta.klu' wife and son, of Monday and assist its action by purging pleased with the management

DuontUon, | awed through this city 3242 of the revised statutes of the the, bowels of foul accumulations. and everything-connected---with it. J1UVK A. PITTMAN & SON.

Batllrday on their way home from i United States and also for intimidating FOLIDIIONEYANDTARatopa .

f""i\'I )Miami where they bUR been forHveralwetki. a witness. He was held In bothcases fCLE110IffiYAf1 1.R the cough and he all lungi 11UIL1HXG. OCAL ruwin
11 Xa
I gave bond and was released. fit tfti 1dr .6ure. u



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PAGE TWO _ _THE OCALA_ BANNER_ __ _____uun ___ _

I BELLE VIEU. What the Tampa Times Says j
Itching Mrs. W. J. Brake of Jlilledieville,. The Dorothy Dodd Shoe

Dittrcsa' by day and night- Mot Mn.Charles Barrett, of Micanopy, Ga., bas written a letter to the Ocala
Scrap Crop Foor-Outleok Does
Tb '8 the complaint of those who arrived Wednesday with her little B.uufr in auswor to the letter of ,
Justify Reckless Extra ag nce.
are so unfortunate as to be afflicted
boy for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mayor Thoonw, of Gainesville, And
Kith Eczema: or Salt Rhenm-and outward Up to October 17, Bays the Savannah Cannot Be Excelled
Barrett.Mr. Aqywhere I.J
applications do not cure. editorials in the Gainesville Star in ; = I
Naval I Stores Review, there vas a
They can't.The I and Mrs. J. W. Hilton are expected defeD-e of Callison, the l lessee of the
decrease in total receipts from<< April I i
of the trouble is in the
source Thursday from Brooklyn, N.T. Alachua convicts. Readersof
blood-make that pure and this scal- I at all the ports of 30,042 casks spirits I

ing, burning, itching ekin disease will turpentine and 1S.372 barrels of ., where they havespent the sumu the Times will remember the former ; --. for Grace, Ease, Contort) and Wear 1
will direct to their
mer. They go letterof} Mrs. Brake which she
"I was taken with an Itching on my rosin or 71 per cent decrease in spirits
trail which proved very disagreeable. I pretty home on Em avenue. Mr. detailed the horribly brutal abuse of
concluded it was salt rir :m and bought a and 10! per rent in ro-ins. It is The leather used in the shoes while oft and light ]I.. .. j \. -,.
bottle of Hood's Sariaparilla. In two days and Mrs. Hilton are the last of the her eon in the Alachua county convict heavier make. A lady attired in the very height "f fin" u '.-i -. a .. ?

after I began taking it 1 felt better and it quite likely that the end of the season winter residents to leave: in the resulting in hid death, and also I wearing tu awk iard, clumsy, stiff shoe doss: not took Ii- well .1'.1.... 14

was not long before I waa cured. Have will show that the decrease in the camp more mod..stly dressed one with a pur of neat: light, *"ft and -hli"* ,>tlTo ...
never had skin disease since." MBS. spring and always auon; the first to Thoma .
any the labored effort of Mayor tell of all thegoodqualitieaof the Dorothy Lfcind would Uk>- a < .(
W Point, M L of is not over 5 cent
IDA E. UD. Cove crop spirits per
arrive in the rail. to defend the convict lessee: both of large diruen-'ioD, hence we shall only say that there ill unu utlt-r t ad;; rod
Hood's Sarsaparilla and the percentage of rosins will be see them.
Mrs. J. D. Pope and two children which were published in this pper.
cut down from what it 2ow is. Producers
and Pillsrd spent: a couple of days in Ocala! this In her second letter Mrs. Brake amply TheV Chambers Shoe Co
the blood of all impurities and cars who may be considering a Week. J.
refutes statements made by ,
ill eruptions.The larger cut of new boxes for next year .
.- Dr. Abshire had been called to Lake Mayor Thomas and the Star, and Opera House Block, Ocala Florida.
should bear in mind that the values
To Our Out-of-To'vo Friends
Weir three times this Week attend :
Hearst l.nom is gathering. to brii.g out even more shocking de. .
which have ruled &0 high this season Make our store your veal', while m ihe niy ioU ounet* r. Pa.uh
strength: in Flori were largely the result of the smaller -
The Bclleview Trading Companyare presented. With the lights beforeus
<< C. M. Brown is booked for receipt of.the first five months of the
busy opening up their fall goods the men responsible: fur the death GGa 08S0GS..eo..Q
DeFunlakon the :::9. year, and a reversal of this condition
and everyone connected with the ot young Brake cannot be regardedas ..
n'.xtseason not be unexpectedto
The enterprising gentlemen engaged firm is bustllusj. other than brutal murderers, and
bring lower values: once more.
in sluking that oil well in Surater Mr. J. D. Pope is moving in from the authorities AUcbua county I TIMBER LANDS \

c-ountyare not discouraged and are Reports from the country receivedby his camp to the house known as theT. should: arrest and PM: them on trial

st111 at work. the factor are all to the effect that C. Hall house, and Liter his entire on the charge. And the NValdoj'istice .,.8. 1:1

t turpentine outfit is to be moved into .
the this is who convicted the boy on the tlimy'char
scrape crop year very poor
We hope the newspapers that areaing
and that it has been expensive to town. t: of carrying a piece of iron : We Are In the Market I
that"Bob D.niht'jus laths,
The Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Devaueauhave
handle. A small naturally concealed in his pocket ou ;ht to be
will not destroy that smile of the scrape: crop To Purchase
tdintoSimeonMc'leudou's f .
fetreugtheus the situation on lower mo :: removed fr.,m otSce and held to ac- mTimber
Renal and popular Floridian.
house. .
grades of rosins. But these grades JOSH.Havtycu couut for his part in the graceful

When & man enters the White i have been taking such remarkablygood affair. The boy was only sixteen I I : LandsGrazing :
rheumatism; "tiff join .,
Hcu.-st and is suspected of being a care of themselves all through years old, frail and ill, and that j justice
an old sore, burn, bruise: or any flesh I.
crank h* is at once arrested. We the year that they do not seem to wound Katnoirt Nerve and Bone who "eut him to the convict camps I

know a rood many down here who need any extra advantages to insure and Oil cures such IIttli tion,;. Remember for six'y days for such, an otfense-if : Lands \

would le larred. high values for them nsht along. the name-Rarnong, 25e.Poitoflice indeed it be an ollVuse under the law

During the week ending Otit. IS, Drug store ill -must bt a flint hearted monster. : Orange Groves |
Ramon's Relief is a cure for neuralgia -
went oil to ooj cents and then Tampa Times. I
spirits I
toothache cramps and the VILLE. .

that we can recommend to all our recovered, closing firm with 56 cents
Brother Setter's Joke. 9
customers. Try a 25c. bottle. Post freely bid, and with indications regarded From present indications Gaiter-

oflice Dreg Store m as favorble to a rice. The villa will shortly be without a post- The Hit.h; springs Hornet is responsible : HANDLE FLORIDA PROPERTIES. WE HANDLE 9
for the following:
Hon. Fred Cubberly collector of market looked critically weak for a office, which will made it very inconvenient -
Since the stloous were closed by- 9 DIRECT FROM| THE OWNERS. iaflk
the customs at Cedar Key and a diy or two, but sustained! itself well, for a tare number of the
legal advice merchantin j
a I a prominent
s prominent yourg attorney who iswell after all! and factors ar ag&.in repeating people this community. We are I the neighboring town something .I

their prediction that when 55 to see that: so few people seem to
known in this city, was married sorry : i
larger than High Springs, received a
t lat Wednesday evening to Miss cents was touched some time ago it take interest! in the matter of keeping letter from a large distilling firm : BROBSTON, pENDIG a CO. |
Etta Haurock at the bride's home waif the lowest point the market up the ollicc here. ,
Asking for a list of names of citizens :

at BroDt-nn. would see for the remainder of this Mr. J. Y. Barnes and son, Lumuiie, who might be interested in the literature % Brunswick, Georgia. Jacksonville, Flo. AWE

s"a->on. Inasmuch as there are but a were in our midst last week buying .S .
the firm forth .
buedLy setting
Mr. George L. Van Echop, of the few weeks of liberal receipts ahead it cattle. He purchased the stock of
the merits of a new brand of whisky, ......I.C.81. .. e8S...'.
firm of Davidson &; Van Echop, of really looks as though their faith in Mr. J. 11. Brass and will move the
and promising him commission !
Charlotte, X ('., was in the city yes the future of the article wus pretty herd to Curt county in a few days a on i

i all sdlcs.! The prominent merchant Teachers Examination Nov 3. The
"ComingFroti Crop,
Mr. Van E is
terday. hop traveling well bared. But agiiiir-t this are the Mr. A. C. Brass returned from

in Florida in the inter of hU firm being bomtwhiof! a joker himself, There will be an examination held I May until D-. IU'.-t Piere u
_ reports of very bd business condi- Hearst, ILL, last week where he has
sat dovvn aui ruadea last of the most in the office of the Board of Public no reason why Fiona should
which until about five afio
years tions in England and on the coulintut been attending camp meeting. He

l located at 0 c a I a.-Jacksonville.Metropolis. reports which 'are sustained by reports having had big time and lots.. prominent prohibitionists: in the Instruction in Ocala commencing a solitary onion, while therit i i' rr y

plate and forwarded it. He forgot Nov. 3rd at 9 o'clock and lasting three reason why her colon Mport* during
the trade and newspapers: of LuUnd of good things to fat.
all about the matter uatil a mouth days. All parties desiring to teach that time should atuouut to
need and Germany. In the United states!, Mr. J. N. Thomas, of Shady, is away
Iketiyoursystem toning up? later, when it was called to his at- u ho are not holding unexpired certificates thou od of dothft. Onion gruwiea
Is your blood tainted,digestive organs too, there has jot recently been the visiting in this community ibis week ,
ttnttou !by a letter from the oisliller may take this examination. in this section of the .tote u ODe II
weak, or the bowtN irregular Ra- same: roseate tings to tuiiuess affairs business and plea-ure.
mon'li Tonic zulHtor gives better enclosing a check for 5'J2,!Ht, with I have :a-o! had noti--e from state the Sifcbt aDd BUMS profluHr kit
marked the and
as spring summer Mr. William Deus and sister, Slits
results in such trouble than any medicine thanks for the list, which had been Supenntt'n.It'Dt cheats that there are of track gr wiog.Alllu.t ..
ruouths. There is somewhat of
a Lull, viewed the charms of tbePh'Jhalt
we ever handled.! Large tin that of found t peculiarly rtmuuenmve, and five scholarships! yet vacant at De Retonl.I ____
general filing period eon-
bOlts 25c. City t :iturJaJ.E
Pontofllce Drug ntore. m for him to Use every effort possible to Funiah Springs and be will hold an I I I
traction in industrial operations my st Gaiterville is beginning to Wantei.
help him to hold the patronage by examination In Tallahassee: on
A Herman washer*omaa started be ahead which would w-It-I A lot of
naturally fresh
just look like a new town. But thrn I oe.* &dj eUvr*. LIIeral
1 banding them the literature which nesday Oct. :hth to fill th-&:" placts.
a mb-cription in a New York church seriously affect allcoinnaoditits. Gen. Charlie always could make things! payment will U given to "1-
had been forwarded him under separate That any boy or girl between the ages
1 lest Sunday: for spreading the oipeln" eral conditions: are not such us to shine like new. sending in quantity before the sat
Y cover. of IS and 24 old i is eligible to the ,
her example and enthusiasm was justify any recklessness on the part IJ.NCLE JOE. fashionable society l'Ytur. The lAMA
That each I
quickly imparted to the congregationand of producers) in plauniu? for the next Gaining Friends. scholarship. scholarship EJitor.

when the excitement subsided season's work. That, at Irast, is ap BLITCHTOH. is worth $100 in rush per year for two I -
The Oregoiiian, printed at Portland, Thirteen years aw John AleuMet
the preacher announced that $62,000 parent no matter what prices may do jears. RespectfullyV. ,
The health of the Oregon, a prominent republican Dowie
community i is at \ D. CARX. wa a prfaoor in AiMUalt to
had been gathered in. I for the remainder of the present sea
present bad.: UelAfp ptr,:tood the Reulands, (Cal.,) ---- .- which country be wa mobMMl

Mr. C. Y. Miller wa in the city son. Prof. Overhultz filled the pulpit at Ciirograph, also also au i mflueulial Dajtona's Winter Daily. impri-ioued for rt&ch'nr.tb. the ditruw

s yesterday. Mr. Miller came to this Bronchitis for Twenty hi1r$. Micanopy Sunday I republican nes-piper, both favor the As we announced last winter we healing doctrine. Shortly after Ml

city to meet a little boy from the Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville, Married at the home of Mrs. Geo. Nicaraguan as against the Panama will issue: a daily newspaper this Iot'l. release from JrIIIQ! be landed in MI

orphan asylum at Sanderson, whom 111., writes: "I had bronchitis fur Stephens on lat Sunday a sister of caual. son. The first tissue of the Daytona Francisco with It't41 than Slim In to
twenty years and never got relief until
he had adopted. The boy is a bright I used Foley's Honey and Tar, Mrs. Stephens, Miss Mary Rawls, to The Citrograph says: : Morning News will appear December pocket, and now he boi..s of beg.

little fellow about nine yean! old and which is a sure cure," POfatoflice Mr. Brooks. As fir a.s the Panama canal question 1. The paper will be strictly local, worth *),Gu0Q ji), all aeeamsMtd

Mr, Miller is very proud of his newly Drug Store. m Messrs. Taylor and Armstrong returned is concerned the position of the and an experienced reportorial stall within the pan Blaetwn aaeatM
_. Citrograph is well known. We want
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adopted ton. They left on the after- Belted the Globe. home Thursday from a fishing the canal built through Nicaragua, will cover the field thoroughly. The I The first Elijah was fed by UN.

noon train for Mr. Miller's home at expedition.Dr. not Panama, or any other place. This subscription rate will be :1.50 for four ravens and the MOt d Elijah sews
)lr. J. A. G. Carson, vice presidentof
Leroy. Blitch and Mr. B. R. Blitch for many reasons, political as well as months, or $1 to paid in advance subscribers to be fed also by the rnt'D W*.
the J. P. Williams Co., enjoys the
were in Ocala Monday.The topographic. The Nicaragua canal to the Gazette-News. want to U fed by tare. rv o, led Ml
R. R. Eddy, of High Springs! has honor of being the first and only naval will do the Pacific coast far more good
road: law of this section is being zette-News-. by the sweat of the Wow M pnetaIII"f'd
accepted a position with Meldrim & stores man to belt the world.! Mr. r than the Panama. The latter compels .
t I put in force. by the bit.Ie.
Lewis, turpentine operators around Carson completed his tour of the the traversing of a great many .
Quail fir Partridge.
Mrs. L. B. Carter was in Ocala hundred of miles of
Eustis Lake. He is no stranger in globe on last Sunday when he reached more tropical '-
Tuesday waters than the former, which is bad A writer in the Savannah News,
that section, and is gladly welcomed home after an absence of five and
Mr. R. A. Sandifer: is having an for fresh fruit shipments. Besides, it well up in ornithology, says there is
back. The family of J. Mahoney a half months, during which time he will take four more in transit The
addition put to his house, which will days no such thing as a quail on the continent .
has gone to Leesburg for the benefit traveled over 33,000 miles. Mr. Car being that much longer in distance.
make his home very much more con- of North America. What we
of that excellent school. son is greatly improved in health and
venient. call a quail is a partridge, and in the Tampa
Naval Stores in
has once more taken up his many Honduras.
Mr. Wattersou, of the Courier- The nearer the holidays the more south was never called anything else
active business responsibilities 1 Messrs. E. A. Stark of the l Standard:
Journal is drummers and salesmen except in recent The marked
responsible! for the asser years.
Savannah Naval Stores Review. Pole and Tie Co., J. C. Little of the
tion that there was a forty million distinctions and differences between Business Colle e.
CALVARY.T. Consolidated Naval Stores: Co., of

dollar steal in connection with the News For Our Farmers. Jacksonville, C. M. Marsh, a Lake- a quail and a partridge. are given in

Panama canal deal. There is hardly reference to an advertisementfound most of the enQ .cIOpedlag.A .
By L. Steele has put up a sawmillon land nurseryman, Miss Alice H. Mer-

any doubt that Mr. Watterson is elsewhere it will be seen that C. 0. Jones' place and ia now saw. ritt and Mrs. J. M. Johnson, left

correct, hut how much of the price the East Florida Ice Manufacturing Monster Fish.
ing regularly. Mr. Alford is his eaw Tampa: on the schooner Lawrencefor

was boodle is hard to determine. Company will be opened Nov. l>t, for Honduras on Col. V. J. Shipman, of the Monte
Tuesday morninglast. OLDEST LARGEST :
this is what is the yer.G. zuma hotel, is at Mayport the
Perhaps matter the storage of meats, and the meat
T. Leak is building a new The gentlemen of the party go j
with Columbia She did not he mouth of the ?t. Johns river on a 1
: get establishment will be
packing opened
dwelling house on his place.J. to inspect large bodies of timberland BEST .
share of this boodle. fishing expedition, and is having big j
about the same date.
:M. Morrison's
children are attending on which C. M. March has an

I The advertisement will be of Inter- school at Shady. option. Mr. Little will look into the luck.He
MM. Hullum Jones, of Anthony, sent us one of his catch and its
est to every farmer who has a hog to naval! stores prospects in Honduras.The .
hud the misfortune to lose a twenty : is
length expressed in
to sell or put in cold storage.A stray Notice. yards.! It is

dollar bill at the city market Satur Taken up by the subscriber, a Political Phalanx big enough to feed a multitude and

day. It was wrapped in a piece of Big Sale. medium sized bay horse, ten or The roundup of the gubernatorial will be put to that test today. Applications constantly en 1
file '
paper, which she accidentally pulled I Messrs. .Munroe Bros. & McDonald twelve years old, dark legs, scar on candidates may be noted follows: Its size puts us in a frame of mindto ror graduate to

from her purse in paying for a small closed a deal last Saturday In which left forefoot. The horse! is in good R W. Davis, C. M. Brown, X. p, believe all fish storIes good positions.Address ;i

purchase She missed it shortly after. the turpentine possessions belongingto condition. Owner can have same by Broward, D. H. Mays, A. W. Gil. t

wards and looked for it Mr. J. T. Peacock h euro a coltf in one day ,
but only in the Daisy proving property and paying for this Christ, 1

found the paper in which it had been district and known a* the Copley advertisement and care of horse.WALTER For United States senator. : Take" Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab I

wrapped, someone having appropriated lands passed into their hands. RAY, Jas. P. Tallaferro, J. N. C. Stockton: lets. All druggists i, refund the money I L M. HATTON 1J 1
II I if it falles to cure. E W. Grove's ,

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[ ----I WRECK ON SEABOARD. I THE CITY COUNCIL. .......................... ,

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t I THE OLD RELIABLE !Nina Freight Cars Piled One Upon Regular Meeting Tuesday Night-
H the Other.A I Five Members Present.At MILLINERY AND ART S

freight train on the Seaboard Air I the regular meeting of the city .
i Lice railway happened to a bad I council Tuesday night! there were

i wreck one mile above the !Silver present President Edwards, Councilmen I FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. :

iI to O I wI Spring junction Tuesday morning Gates Barco, Chace and 3

I about two o'clock. Weathers.Mr. .

I The earth gave way and the cars, Nash appeared before the council I The Highest in Art and Fine Trade is to *

nine in number, were piled up, one in regard to damage done a city

,: y upon another, in a fearful heap. j ]lot owned by him. After considerable be on Display in Great and Beautiful .

The engine fortunately had passed i discussion it was finally decided to

(over the weak spot and was loosened 1 pay him $37.50 for damages claimed.Mr. Designs No previous effort_has_ ever I

from the wrecked cars by the coup Harris and the members of the compared with this greatest and most $ I

line: pin breaking ant the engineer council informally discussed the *

j FD i:r giul" ; y and fireman were thus saved! from forthcoming big special industrial 9 perfect selection ever viewed- --in_ Ocala. S
serious injury and perhaps (l ath. edition of the Ocala Banner. The to

;r The cab, being the hindmost car, members present were greatly interested .
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was not wrecked so badly as the in the plan for the advancement .

others, hut how its occupants escaped of Ocala and took special interest ina : MRS, L T TOMPKINS, :

with number of of other Florida
only slight injuries, is a mys copies : .
publications of like nature exhibitedThe $

tery.The earth caved in to the depth of city attorney was instructed to S

I five or six feet, and the steel rails ascertain i if the city had power :o .........................0
Absolutely Pure
were broken in two by the impact of operate in the work.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE the cars like pipe stems It was announced that the two new 1 -

I' The"cave in" is supposed to have boilers for the electric light plant had I S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,

r i been caused by a subterranean stream just arrived. These boilers cost over

i I j I The nine freight cars arc a total $:!OOO and the first payment was au-
ruin and were broken into shreds thorized and arrangements made
f Uli B81SIT2 SLB!.IS. Loral EditorHAPPENINGS Mr. and Mrs. Pashal are recent arrivals I j
I ,, and twisted into all sorts of shapes. for subsequent payments. These
.- in the city and are stoppingwith
They presented a mangled looking boilers will be place in position by j!
ABOUT TOWN. Mrs Julia Palmer on Ft. King Livery Feed and Sale Stables
avenue. maes. the city under the ftupervisiou of )Ir. ,

A number went out from Ocala to Geo. McKay. This work will cost an

)lr. Htory Duttou, of Gainesville, Miss Jessie Owens, one of the most view the wreck. additional $1,700, but when completed -

.6 apla ID the rlty.Mr. A the city'a plant will be in We carry the most completeline
successful farmers of the county, was large gau? of hands were at very

i transacting business in Ocala Mon I work and a track was soon built much better shape and the people willi of Harness, Saddles, etc .
L. of Orange Nlngs, I
i around the wrecked cars aud the get a very much better light.
; In town Monday. day.We passenger in central Florida, and will give e ir
I I i trains were The usual routine business
will hem, ti low hard delayed only a was 1 I
J I Col V. J. Khlpmau h.s gone to hitter IlIlull'srt'atl.r to near I. short time. transacted and the council\ adjourned. our patrons the very lowest f

j Y'ntOrt to.|*uil ft few thy.. I' lulls this Hook at the Ocala i On returning home through the Do Good-It Pays. prices. We are thoroughly r ,4' 1
i Bazaar, Ga Nou: Supt.
k woods Mr. J. H, Livingston's vehicle A Chicago man has observed that I equipped for fitting out turpen-
1 r MU L11U Brutuby 1m accepted a
in which were seated Colonel Liv- good deeds are better than real estate 1
j ( ,.,JttOI with )ir Tulllus Biggs./ Miss Eunice Trantham, who has iugton, Mr. L. J. Brumby aud Mr. deeds-eome of the latter are worth. tine and lumber teams. gear, 1,
-- teen quite sick for the past few days 1 '
I less. Act kindly and gently, show :
i I Barber of Georgia, ran into a yellow wagons etc.
J ; A lltti* ion M born to Mr. and
Ht the resideuec of \Ir C. p Mej
I Ii i I !! sympatny and lend a helping hand. ''J"a'-a+' r
i f Ktt.J. D. IMrtw Sunday morning I j I Jrath, I is greatly improved. jacket's rest and tor some time it You cannot possible lose by it. Most
looked as if another wreck was 1 in m"n appreciate a kind word and eucourngement We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summer

Bruct Mttfrri U tteudlug the East I I Mr. B. R. Chambers I:, of Silver evitable. Mr. Livingston had hold more than substantial Buggies, and 'White Hickory' Turpentine and Fnrtn Wagon*.
:: Fktfl IH (iaiueaville this
rulbray help. There in this
I of the reins aud the areipersons; community
t- ; Springs, wag a pleasant caller Tuesday jackets: were who North Side Court 1I0u.('. Orala. I'ltt
I ynr.Mr. I and added his name to the swell- stinging both him and his horses and might truthfully says:
"My good friend, ehwr up. A few
f 0. M. .:.tou vatut up from ing tide of our weekly publication. the way he fought the jackets and doses of Chambealaiu's Cough Remedy

; lAktUuii TurwUy to we hi family held! his horses showed him to be a will rid you of your cold, and thereis

for a few da)I. H.V.. Van Brunt, for some time Jehu par excellence. no danger whatever from pnemonia Hutchins 'Roller Swing

first assistant in the Ocala public We went out with Mr. T. C. Hall when you use that medicine. It always J

Wt: reirrt nrnoJl ugly to !leara: that I! school), has been elected principal at and the drive was delightful. cures. I know it for it has help.

iJ Mr. flew Crane continue to be ;I; Stark-School Exponent. ed me out many a time. Sold by all ? .: sS BEATS THEM (ALL -
Druggists & \Iedicin Dealers
,.U. UI. I I Reading Club. m
--- MUd Julia Whitfield, an attractive ---- -- Rolls back and forth four
)Jr. Funk lumpier tic" of tho The Ocala reading club met Tues-I Another Fox Chase. J
lady of Dunddu, Is expected inOeala I feet. i!
(Lace of the Holder district, was in young day afternoon with Mrs G. S. Scott- An exciting fox chase was enjoyed)
to be the guestof her
Ocl Iouda'. shortly The club: have gotten their new pro early Monday morning by the following | Does not make Eea-sickness -
aunt, Miss Jessie Palmer.
grains and have begun on their work parties, viz: like the old.fashioned
)lr. H. M. Oyt-, the jKmtuiaster of -- --- -
FoleyV: Honey and T-tr cures coughs for the winter, which is the study of )Ie&rfiIt B. Bullock, S. T. Sia-i '
Out, WM a plraMUt caller at this swing.Looks.
and i-olds amid prevents: pneumonia. German literature The programswere trunk, J. L. Hmoak, Will P. Edwards
Moud' well on the lawn
y. Take no substitutes. Fostottice Ding made out by Mrs. J. J. Gerig, and J. H. Livingston, jr.
-.- Store. iu .
Mr.V.. F. (U.fcillpent" Sunday ilissMinnie\ Gainsby and Miss Esther The dogs early struck a trail and \ or pIazza."-

with hU mother at Cmmller return Mr. J. Buttgeubach, the prominent Weathers and are most excellentones. succeeded in treeing two of the pretty OCiLA FURNITURE COMPANY.

lag Tar/!! phosphate miner, has just returned fieet-footed animals and the hunterswere ;

from a trip to Germany. He was accompanied At the meeting Tuesday! current fortunate enough to capture
Ill Luolug of Lresburg's most
by Mrs. Buttgenbacb.Mr. r events were discussed! by alt the them alive aud they are now on exhibition I
frmnlurol citizen, wu a visitor to
members and a paper on "Charle at the city market. THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine 1
Ocala! Monday Arch Mclver, who has been .
magne and the beginning of the They will be turned loose in the
I with the H. F. Dutton Phosphate 3 j,
IU'-tiiiig| all the new' fad' Holy Roman Empire" was prepared woods,giving them two or three hours
Company for some years, is taking a
I. rtblMiii* ni Hit Ita/.aar, I'. by Miss Brumby. As she was unable start ahead of the dog, and another
1*. ti..laon. tuft, short rest and was in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. First Class. Rates f Reasonable.
to be present Miss Gamsby read the fine race is anticipated.He .

M,. U &r( F. Dittmr was up (rum and Mrs. Reese Hunnicut, who article and it was greatly enjoyed by t
I Learned a Great Truth. '
IUr M HHt'y. He came up to were married in Atlanta lastVd- all. Refurrjisrjcd Tllroug) >)out. Special Rates by Month.
It is said of John Wesley that he
.w, Mr. and Mr. Huttgeubach. ne-day arrived in Ocala Tuesday. Miss Bullock read most excellent once said to Mistress\Vesley : "Whydo
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They are stopping with Mr. and )lrs.C. magazine article on "Early German ;you tell that child the same thing :
i )fr. Wed JUrMt and family, of E. Taylor.There Literature" by Benjamin S. Wells. over and over again?"JohnVesley, ---- oJ 1

> Bnk] fit..n, 11..0&| Sunday in this T The meeting: was a most enjoyableone because once telling is not enough." MRS. THOS. J. BARNES PROP ,

sky "hh frkw+d.. is plenty of good timber in and next week the club meets It is for the same reason that you are .. j
rWr. told again audjagain that Chamber- :: : :: ,
the woods l if you know how to select with Mrs. C. C. Todd.
and Mr. H yl. Howard have lain's Cough Remedy cures colds and 1
of good fish in the waters -- --
have a grip;that it counteracts any tendencyof
pan to Auburudalv to if you know where to find them. Beware of OJaaeats: tar Catarrh That bese diseases to result in pneu- OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA t
lank .
it their Hue grove.4t
orange Contain .
: r1, mouia, and that it pleasant and
". Mist' Panchita Kendrick, who has as mercury will surely destroy the safe to take. For Bale by all Druggist
In luli<
the n< M fads$ ; FLORIDA. ;
eetk ......MII only at thefiNiUoii been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frances sense of emell and completely derangethe &Medicine Dealers. m ___ ___ .__ 1
Howse in Ocala for some time past, whole system when entering it
U..a .
Shpt.II. Gay Gamboliers Arrested. ,
ha.? returned to her home in Jackson through the mucous surfaces. Such BOILERS ENGINES

.,. C. II. Nah, of Tampa, is visit- ville. articles should never be used excepton Tuesday night about 10 o'clock Night -;, .

iftf (A ala the guwl of hU min, Capt. Mr. Nick Fort, living near the prescriptions, as the damage from reputable they will do physicians is- Policemen Williams and Hutson run Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, PWtttNIt ; 4
(1.rp Na.b. in five colored men who were caught Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, hest' j ;
Ocklawaha river, was in town Monday ten fold to the good you can possiblyderh'e
the the ing Pulleys Bolts general line of :
ia bottom handling "papes" ,
Hall's Catarrh'
from them.
f 11...,.. Nw....k. }-"t""ard", Bullock, and said he intends to put outfive
in violation of the ordinances of "
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cneney the
i booked acres in onions. It seems to he MIDI .\ X )> 3fIXIX H St'I'I'I,111ri.
.track asd Livingston are & Co", Toledo, O., contains no mercury city and placed them behind the

Iur a..tt.r tai chaw this morning. the "coming" crop. and is:: taken internally, acting bars. I .

directly upon the blood and mucous IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS J
kit Inch K. 11. at u-&ud baby after
Reardon spendinga
Mr. Irwin surfaces of the system. In buying A Love Letter. I r,
tWa44 Motxlay afternoon from a week with his parents in this:: city, Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get Wouldn't interest you if you're look- ALL KINDS OF MACHINE: W& K

**n left t. Eaton: at Lakeland. Reardon It is taken for Salve for Sores -- ---- -
i Mr. )Ir. and Mrs. John G. : the genuine. internallyand ing Ii guaranteed : I -

returned to Dunnellon Monday made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder, i -
j Vlr. f.ri>.. It hUtruuk' i returned Cheney &; Co. Testimonials free. Mo. writes: "I sufltred with an ugly
r Tfeitjr* Item a Tlit to Auburu, Ga., morning. Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bot 1101'&for a year, hut a box of Bucklen's wH IT E'S CREAM

ttbefe ke ".11100 L legal busiuess.sir. The Knights of Pythias held a tle.Hall's Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best \VORMS I VERl liFUCE !
Family Pills are the OO8t. Salve on earth. 25e at AntiMonopoly u.aierrv.nscr. .. rsu .aup.
I Tom Harris came down from most pleasant: meeting in the lodge Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m
After work in See '''hm plain crock I For c Years Has led all Worm Remedies
i jM. >a.ouvilI. Tumlay to *i>eud a few rooms Monday night. us on ( - :

E- days wiihhU jiarenU, Mr. and Mr*. the Esquire Rank an oyster supper cry, table linen, vie., at the FOLtysnOlilYANDTAROtll'CS BOLA. : BY A.X. :CR.VGGJBTII.I'repared : : : .
by JAMES F. BALLARD. St. J-out*;
Frank llarri. I 1 I I was partaken of and hugely enjoyed. Ocala Kaiaar, G'udson, Sup Colds Prevents Pneumonia & *rssiVS>iS A A ffff*** ,*"..,. "Vl|-y -


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MOTHER REPEATS HER STORY r Although about a year pre u>aa he Stead home this is what we would

bad written a letter to some doctor injftiutsvilie I C1&111n our section a negro cabin and AMERICA WINS IN SORE tfS

U thirty or fory yard in the rear of
Mrs. Brake Replies ta: Mayor Thomas ( who wan making inquiries -
Mr. Callbon's house in which we
for the law and Order League Darac amphRz
Letter-Tells of the Cruel Treat ALASKANJUESTIONGranted
found our boy, the same, *o We wireI

Dent and Death of Her Boy as to the cani f the boy's death! I told, occupied by the intelligent nurre

to which he replied t the boy bad referred to by Mr. Thomas who wasa
la a Convict: Cimp. All Contentions Except icva I&stintlf or Mooy RJv,f;W.
typhoid fc/er, although he bad bttnwhlp.fd young negro convict, and as to his I

}111Ie-1gniUE-1 +.. Oct. H, I'3.I competency to nurse and care !or a In One Instance.THE Piles
: but u to what the whipping Itching Bleeding
Te tM IWiIor oa I the Ocala Banner boy whom the doctor said could not ,
hid to do with the boy's death, be live will I leave the to CANAL GOES TO CANADA.
we to public
Ia & at- Stops the the tiiaIflflan
your i issue of -pt.13tb, my : Itching. Stops Bkcdanr; it
: couldn't say-but believed he would judge, as you know a negro nverThinking
: Uatfoti{ bas been eled! to a coctrilutttti I Alaskan Boundary Commission Vercsi ,:.tion. It Cools. It Soothe If G.r.S.id .
have died if be hadn't been whipped.Dr. deeps.
froru W. R. Tho ua*, mayor ofGata.vtUe I ly Agress to American Ccntenticns acy tD 1X., y: d I1AO&4tA . a.-.
DePa also stated t.ffortthe you in advance for the
Fla., ia v,'aieh he suits I and Will
publishing of the above, am Formally Cecice Upon
jury, that be examined the boy oa FOR SALE BY ANT.MONOPOtf Olv-0*' alHUDARII
be bar wade an investigation cf the Very sincerely, Same Monday. _: l
Saturday before our arrival on Tae I -- r
forth in eommanicai ME W J. BRAKE
Marge;i net my >
and did mark !
day not notice & or I
: London: Oct. 19.-Tie Aiwa;, OOUlI
i bo the Atlanta News ol August brni his the fallow P. S.-I dislike newjjaper notoriety, I
*: on body when dory conicusIOE tad verbally asreeu

17, &t-i to which if you will! kindly Thursday morning being about therefore, I had decided not to replyto to gra: all the Anienc&n: ccneatl3C3 & MACDUFf i

allow toe ar"1' y In your valuable four days later he iaccd the: carbuncle Major Thomas' letter, but after except for tie Poniard canal, w .icgoes .. i ir

I woull 2jjfc=t: and according to bis own &taeoivut reading the editorial comments in to Cared: :. I
p.Ier. before the jury it ran teacupfull. the Gainesville scar of October 9th, The formal ajrainent: is be.ug: t_, r

That the inve ation be continued To ebow further that this carbuncle one would infer there wail some doubtas en up still will be iecidM on text HEADQUARTERS FOR

natM the truth, t'i whole troth, and had been on him some time before to my ba'ilJgI.'rintn the letter as MOIl.ay_ tf

iw thifi2 t ot the tn a b! brought: before he ws hipped, the officer who arrested pjblished in the Atlanta News of f

than the a year.uLhe we have, although refuel for to more have jury that him he at wa11l1ome.Waldo stated The before jailor the at Aug.been 17ib written, and alleging by some that attorneyswho srnebad hTYSTERY PARTIALLY CLEAAEO.Diaappoarance AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE& I Il

Gainesville! before the jury that bad mt to sign it, which is absolutely ter l
it puWWied-if i yen will pardon the1rionalallu.iouoi W Mw! Hkkman Caus- t (
false, as no out knew anything
the laid be bad boil him and
boy a on ..li Actuation.Oct. : .. r
I account of the of the letter until to the
he was not able to work and would given Innios, >J.-TbaCiapp.raiceof :
r mtutfcl and physical sut1 ring do he Atlanta New* for publication. : = : : 'J.t4 tt a : :1:4
gr"at not it, aUofeaid the boy was a .'OL.1J1: bOter, )ilea HkJm.ul: ,

whiefi wehaveendare-i. And never lame 'ihe negro driver by whom be Ke=p ctf ully, M re. W. J. B. tloh ban b'r i a ..&rxa sera for 'II. r t 4 *

sit on the way to the camp stated before two n ocu, 14 b,*a psj'aaijr; cleared I re I/C. c t1fi ,
OOtil the I Iv>t day <>t thv trial at Jack Alachua's School Indebtedness. l i E
the jury that the boy had a up by ltd aiding of her tody: ia ac [
nvlllt did we give our consent tohaving According to i'j. Tim Bailey who uttrequented Rich! .rk
"bile" on him and could not Mt up Pitt o 1 Ii l. ,

it i-utlULel, at that time straight. 1be negro who cleaned up writes to the Gainesville Suu from T'4 rb5alca! were bornbly! d..Jffi- ,

I.rs.miieg to KLvr it to the AtlantaNews the stockade said before the jurthat New berry: the school board indebtedness pl. the! heed having lei eitreyerparats .. -...-?..,..
1 from the J6J'f'DlJy -
body &;>; .
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i for publication on our arrival be BW the boy uudrtwd and that he Alacbua foots up as follows: by the a-wii of rat:. :::Rc.vw- Style 1........ t/ss eel t...rixr ... i iSU I

had a Carbuncle on his hip as big as ID. oln. IIssiis ... d ,- '
bOID On July 1, 1&91, indebtedness: of Miss Hickcas, who vu a fciJIy )I U or af'er" s j
the pa As previously stated my w>n, Gerard the for public schools way$1fr qulftfoi: & err of me11d; e. w a. per j
size t>y running his finger around the county fords her datis at the Royal Free Made of large, strong, i.iijh rraie rteti .If.*. t.u"

J Uft horn on hilj sixteenth birth palm of bio band. Twoof the guirde! $I); July 1, 1S9S, fjJlX); July 1, Ho.pltal? oa tfca afwtemoon of A'1g Amply provides for expansion and coatrattsoe. It Pea F .

1900, *,tt,03ill ; July 1, 19U"', 576,314.- lasting. Never wrong no matt hov g a rs.lt.!'\ .
day, withouto- knowledge or con stated tJt'f"rtthe jury that the boy 15 when she let the hojb l.al. SincEtha.t goes
73. Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, tan) Uti' l heo,. .Itttr
MiiU Yet not &a K tramp &s iijanyo&ldkuppore Kai lnupioe; around two or three dais time: the polka of the who: "

,,' before be way whipped. Thu evi- At the time; of the shortage of some country have unaTailingly! searched! for and pigs.
beta the
boy having
d-uce Mreuis very plain to me that theearlJulJdt. of her officials and failure of her her. She! was a healthy: woman .
pectnod tonfi-lt-nceof a comparative years of age, and took nothing v EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE li1dMMNTIIO.
> was there when the >boy banks, the school board of Miriou
BtrttU er, Dr. Peek\ a noted occu her except a few pounds eterhas! ir
wa-4 whipped: although the defective{ by the manufacturers and by us. Call and Me it t.r.It.. e
was some IJO.CM) behind, but Ljuai- cash The reason for Miss Hickrun's
Kit, whom h., met for the J fcecond time vision of Dr. D-Pd! failed to it will save you money and fence: ) JUT ttct <* %<. the, mi*, ttlatl Meeti
disappearance is
cious and economical miuagement a complete
lo MMOU( Od., aud borrowed the nee it when he examined him mystery.O. i

which hf four days before it ran a the board has caught up and his several O to the SfraWSe Chilled! Plows Black Hawk aM E.
mf./lu'yon traveled to Florid the decomposition of ... ..... ...
u-acupful! Dr. DePa.uUo aUttd. thouyanddollars to its credit in body the remains
were only identified
., of hieh weka -w nothing until Paints Oils Glass DMIS Ssti Bt* IU
before the jury that be WAS und the treasury. by means: of a meial which Miss Hick- .
our iaforinwi while in (Florida.
boy ui
cnr.lt with Mr. Callisou to give the The of Alachua man won la a sulmmirg competition.
grand jury county Hubbdrd & Macduff owi Fw
A tu Mr. ThouikA
C4jTi.K oar boy prisoners medical attention for fifty ,
does Dot place the school indebtedness -
Lad kivtu: us! considerable trouble, I cents a head pr m
,will say the only trouble was he want his own lEHhdn, tntkingtwo nips at the same: figures.In : Colombian Government Is Still Considenng :

per wt--k eioeti: miles, that i is he its presentment it bays.
H (o quit II\bJfJl uu.1 go to work furkluiteif the Question.

which was rtfueed. Aside travels sixty four miles p..rI..... k, "We find a i-chool fund debt oIai,1O5.99 f S ashtngnoa. Oct. 20.Miciatei! 1 STRAUSS' ,

furnishes file oa team, driver, medi- ablest the rnunty at large, Beau .re at Bogota nu infojpa the t

from thi", he was 110 more trouble cin-, etc., and it there are twenty but with the !sinking fund now established state department that the Colombian!

than an average healthy boy. prisoners he receives ten dollars per this: can be paid off without. government U still considering tit ROYAL RESERVEFour

As to hU wiring U4 from Gaiaefeville fLJlJth-rreUy cheap medical attention serious hindrance to the present pro canal question and that the committee

while iJ:: Jill, this it! a roi..tlikp. which must be at whljl *.1le pntas 3 ;grewof: education in the county. having the matter in charge has sjbndtted ,

we find on. our bill, fifteen dollars "Taking all of the cireumnta&ees : a report upon the conclusion t
can t. verified Iy referriui to tii e to the Panama COLA company from
charged for one viiit. into consideration, school atlairs o( I
rnt/rds of the telegraph at 1&<>4 to 1S10. The dispatch IB ambig Quarts
compiuy The doctor failing to arrive from the county seem to have been as well $3 h50 s sI !
G"iu.\'ilIe noun and the department cannot say Delivered
Milledgevil'e! Ga., we called iu Dr. managed &-> it was possible; to many;e whether the oomzLsoloa; has recoai

(u regard to wing Mr. Calli+on's Howell from New berry. When he them." mended the invalidation of the concession
4>orst-it, dOK", !KUUH etc., Mr. Brake arrived Mr. Brake and be found wires An American in Garmany. and a return ta the company t

,bad the and pustnlea i.n our boy' body Jl.000.000 which wu paid for it /
U-MJ of a team twice before the One of the first sights to greet our
whether it favors confirming their +
The hfctiiEoiiy of five of our best #
death cf our boy once to go to the physicians: on record in the United eyes was a military uniform. There concession. The report la to hI -

feUtiiiii to meet the doctor whom we .States house printed and dieou<,<3 la the Ouloai STRAUSS' 76" i' ,
court at Jaeksotiviliewho were soldiers: every where. The whole I I '
were! ijM.-cting from Millcdgevilie, on the arrival of our sou's! body bias congre&a next The Co A ---
country seemed armed. Every mau tenblan gorernmect having IntimaM ..j
tut n rv who was able had M rids on hi.s .-* that it desired to renew wgotlationJtor t
testified as to th* abrasion" tud "Tlje) Figest"y
receive; the ttl -gra'", and agaiiTwhenDr. cou the construction of a canal till I.- I:
shoulder. A that rents
IvlUrtd said wound and bruises on the body. A government government will not act until it has t: .,rN I
our sou could not live to Mr. Brake's making a statement atNew upon an army is had, and a disgrace;\ to been determined that a r qtsortebl :: .::

but A abort willie, Mr. Brake went to berry that our boy said he didn't this age. Ia the streets were soldier, time hag been given the z p'rament S FULL QUrlRTSfrAA I I J

Newbmy, to we about (jetting a casket blame Mr. Callinoa i L, absolutelyfake. and, as a consequence, in the tHd. at Bogota ti formulate and present a zttc5'l 0 ** DELIVERED ?D.UU

to take the When Mr. Callison WHS shown propo ltlon.
r body home. He al->o Used ....erI.'IIlDen.. When the men are 'VEvery '
the wounds and bruises he said it was ti
.fr. Calliou'8
gun and doge with very unfortunate and that be would idle the women have their work to
whlth he killed several! birds to make : see Mr. strange: about: it, and after The foremost nation of earth is where

(roth for our nick boy. Mr. Calliaou and Dr. D Pa-w Jtft Incendiary Fire at Galveston Ind
< we most respect is shown to woui&:u aud
AH to Mr. Brake ordering whiskeyin were trying to console: our boy, telling Lou J75.0CO. bottle of genuine
where they do their work in the Logansport Ind., Oct. 20.-Fire supposed
{ Mrs Callim', ii i him that if Mr. Callison had been 1
name true. homes.W. Washburu au Auieu- to b@ of Incendiary origin, this
ordered whiskey hud! braud}. We there he wouldu't hate allowed: bin i morning destroyed five business block: I
to have been whipped in his condition can traveler. .
and the railroad. station besides damaging Pabst
gave our boy t.ntudy at stated inter-
to which he replied, "\Vh Y several other buildings at Galveston .

vali during liinBickues and sponged: papa Mr. Callixm was there and Lovely Down the East Coast. Ind

hU poly olf every day with whiskey, cursed telling them to work him or There The loss Is Astlmated at $75.ftOO./
never was a country on a
kill him." The telegraph operator at the sta
after which we gave him an oil rub.
The young man Neirnanu's statement greater boom than the whole ea t lion reported the fire and asked for

The whiskey was also at the disposalof ; corroborated our sou's: statement coast, especially the lower east coast, help while the station was burningHe 31ue Ribbon

Callidou and Dr. DePass. lie said air. Call was driven away by the flames, and 1
lmrt came to cull Flagler has made it for
possible the wires were burned off al!!'
As to the Law and Order League, where they were at work, after they
thousands: of poor people to go down communication. The fire denartmen
and grand jury refusing to find a true I had' whipped our boy once and Mr. j

till, 1 am not surprised, if they had Williams told him the boy wouldn't there and to soon become comfortable here, and on at relief Kokomo trains, and loaded sent up them apparatus bears the trade-mark "Pabst Mil I i 1

work, and as Mr. Callison started to in life. Here is an instance where a
to dei cud on the doctor's evidence, to Galveston which is a town of l.OOi t
leave, said in a loud, dramatic voice rich man's money has been the greatest people, 12 miles from here. At 3 waukee"

*.It hems be la very deficient in as if he wanted all the prisoners to II blessing to thousands of peorlg!. o'clock this morning the fire was under in a red circle. I In the

both night and memory hear him-"work him or kill him." control.

Ou Thursday morning after our As to his trial at Waldo I claim he Flagler: has Ipentand is yet spending making of Pabst Beer

had millions developing that beautiful Whitecappers Sent to
arrival committed no crime to be sen Pen.
on Tuesday the 5th of No-
tenced for and any judge that would section of Florida, audit will be many Raleigh! N. C., Oct. 20.Four convicts .
\"fwbt"rr.( Brake showed! Mr. Calllfeou The is
have been brought to the penitentiary barley

sentence a sixteen old right
year boy, wearing years! before he reap anything like a
and Dr. DePd: the wounds and a cadet uniform to from Sampson county to serve
sixty days in profit on his investments But like eight years for hitecapping and whip- The
bruista on our ou, and while telliug the chain gang for carrying a nut in hops are right
ritfctson, if bis money Is of benefit to ping J. L. Holland. All the prison-
the doctor of the severe whipping he hid pocket, with no chance to communicate
erg are white men, their names being
had been given, my ton said : "Papa with his parents or friends, mankind, he finds great pleasure! in Charles Holt, O. J. Arnett. Gal!e The water is right

I told them I I ought to he tarred and feathered.Mr. spending for that purpoee.-Daytona to Long and John Stobh. One is ar1pple.
was ick and not able to
Thomas says further that Mr. Gazette-News. They went to Howard's homE The plant is
work and they had no right to whip I Callison rightThat's
cannot be charged with I and whipped him because, as the;

me." Dr DePaa spoke saying, "Yes cruel treatment and neglect, but aftera An Old Landmark.Mr. claim, he had been telling false stories

they bad the right to whip you, as protracted trial in the United States about them. They believed that he why

court, before the Hon. James W. Granville W. Worthington, of had informed upon them for selling
you were a prisoner. At the same
i Locke and a jury of twelve Floridians, Levy county, was a visitor to Ocala whisky, that county being prohibitior
time we called his attention to the car territory. The prisoners do not seem
a verdict of guilty was rendered and Saturday and we had pleasant; talk
tuucle he lanced to mind their conviction and imprisonment .
it and It ran about
judgment six thousand dollars
with him. He says he was a citizenof and claim that Howard has
a cupfull, later he gave me carbolic entered, and defendant's motion fora
Ocala in 1853 when the entire population served three terms in the peniten
acid, bismuth aud cotton, and showEd new trial overruled.As tlary for murder housebreaking
of Ocala lived in (Ilog bouses. ana Pa
tue how to dress the wounds and to our enjoying seventeen daysof concealing stolen goods. eere
Mr. Callison'a hospitality, I will The population was leas than 3TX).
fcseUttd In
me putting on a broad
say I think Mr. Callison did the best Worthington was a soldier iu Battleship Damaged by Collision. t

bandage to keep the cuts and raw he could under the circumstances.He the Indian war of 1835 and after- Ferrol, Spain, Oct. !0. The British

place from sticking to the sheets, etc. said he had broken up housekeeping battleship: Prince George which wai
wards berved
the Mexican
Now, to show you that there must since the death of Annie throughout towed here yesterday after having bin sea
Bell his war. When the civill) war was on, collision! with the British battleship=
te some defect in Dr. D P&88' vision I housekeeper and that be
only kept a cook at the commissaryto Mr. Worthington was one of the first Hannibal during the naval maneuvers I pure"
and memory, when he was on the off Cape Finlitere, was f und to be sc i j > !
cook for his help. Mr. Brake took to enlist and fought through it also !
extensively damaged by the
bland before the jury in the United
hi* meals there and mine
were eentI
I Worthington Springs ; i named ram that she hag been beached foi I
btates court at Jacksonville last May, I to the house.
for his father who located there in temporary repairs, preparatory to b<*
be stated that he did not know the As to Mr. Callison keeping such a Ing towed back to England where swill he For Sale

toy had been whipped, until be ar nice clean camp; I leaned (after mboy's 1838. be placed in dry dock. The Prt ace! by
Worthington is cousin of Mr. J
death) that he wade an im a George took In immense quantities

rived at Jacksonville and was told of provement in it by putting in beds, Samuel. Teague aud was his guest] water, necessitating incessant pump STRAUSS &

I it by the man that whipped him. 4 mattresses, etc. As to the old home t while in Ocala. in*. I I CO"1

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f >fiSJCSia: BA3SZS. Local Eater MEET ON COLD STO AOE.I 1 OCALA TO H(1YE( A B0ND. -.-J,-l.rB

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. We desire to annouuce that the cold I I Musicians Requested to Meet Next m I T

"- litor3 e department: for the curing of Monday Night.

Jf| (0. T drtfui I.* In Jcbi(viville.y meats for owuers will lie opeu'4 aboutNov. To the Editor the Ocala Banner. EXTRA

1st. The same pries will 1 the !
.*t.r L.IIIII. t"l .il U attending pie- 1 iuijuiry of "Citizeu' in a
gbee4 in MaryUfcil.Hmry Vailltil heretofore, nam"ly, one rut recent i issue of The O.-ala l-anner, ,

per j
)lr. U...,*fCUr.Uag
tI tb.. 0..1" H.teII'
meat will be fifty cert1.Ifc.punibility I that with a little work there i is no Greatast and Grandest Sale
o."- "'I ...d RO IatiewtingN Opening
ajfaiu Ions ur dam- excuse for O :il.Q. being without a first I
I ,. I' I I. I H "tt
age by ire will k as-UI1t'.1 in the class bras band. '

I tI I t., 1 I' 4. i I" r, .T 'liIIfIta, Valuer of MX *vu 13 per pound and for Therefore eight or:en of the std b nn j i:

... I. '. ,' l' r this w e will make a charge of ten cents members earnestly rnjueH all who I!I Ever InauRurated! in OGata

l+ roie hanJr. poundi or fraction are interested in a brass band fi..rOgals
a. J I 'I U if'" W.. .... ,...... 11 I
thereof and especially! thoss who
curt .
: .,..j I I Hi
oft Our meat packing house will he play brass instruments au-1 drumio J
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t \ t' ItMM' 'iv IIf! the (ktitlay4u. opened about the same date. meet at the band room over Jim I Commercial !

i .. .IJUO+ .. ii,utOtUUfl > lip....... We cannot too strictly impress:: the 1 Btik, 011 next Monday night, i BEGINNiNG! MONDAY TOBFR19. t

f fret tbat only hogs that have been October :!tit at S o'clock j ,
.. 'I
> trrtteudibtb01rp
) It
corn fed fur about four weeks: de. At this meeting an organization '
!! ,.',* rioU.leiHK.. 1i I I ,. I ..
will be
: perfected thai will assure the : !

4( ,,,... .. < Proctor, of I We will be ready to buy hogs, beef, ueeb of the Ocala fraud, it the I i'same i Our buyer has just returned from Boston, where he succeeded in purchasing 4

i ilm ia tbkrt nmttoo and poultry and solicit eorres- time the question of l I'uslrrss j
;' .u : r ?
the entire stock of a large manufacturer of Men's and i
pondeucc from parties who hive any manager, leader, rules and by laws iI J
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a,- i. <".' .ftNfM MM up y..- J ..f these for sale either on root or I and! financial points will br discussed. i Women's Clothing ot SOc on the Dollar! This

drwwed.FAST. OXE OF TIlE B.\XD.:
'J.1 it.u L 4f Lftk Mtd !II the FLORIDA.ICE MFG. CO.IM4N I I.I stock is now arriving every day, and we will on the date above mentionedstart

g... ..Ili r.. J. M. TtMNpion.Ps.1 I Local '
BENJ.IJIN,1ec. anJ Treas.UK.NJAMIX Option a Special Opening Sale such as has never been seen in Ocala before.
ti P',, ii Me p....hlat; hml.\x: Mgr. I I To the Editor of the Ocala Canner I '..

""11 i*t d...sm; .... per 1a1..b..l. tiiiuutt-riu!; through our nice ami !i These goods were bought at a sacrifice and we propose to give our patronsthe

.. tll'4.1 u9 I4ouLply. Fire Thursday Morning. I prosperous' county I Dud the tranquility -
: II I of benefit of our fortunate purchase. The stock consists of all kinds uf
ELM Ij. ..r 1M4 Rut/I to About one Vlouk .p's erlh V moruing I the peopledisturoed by an approaching

ipde ttM to Iupup..1 x *.rt while" the kitchen of }'r. U. G. MeItavid I election in which the ready-made apparel for men, women and children, and is all of the latest

1 EIEp bit ......, MU. He4en 11carlwr. wa discovered i to be on lire and I country Pt'olIf'l1re! asked to participate styles and designs-not an old piece in the entire lot. Don't miss it.I
although they would) much .
bad It not been for the prompt rein -
i rather be left alone, namely, whetherOoaSa I
,.. hA bUwC a.I .kti thootiug "Joouse auswtr to tIle+ ahrm hy ths I
I shall remain wet or to be Voteddry.
tktwieb a gMd (h.aI rd 109ft| fur th M>" lire deptirtiuent tke kitchen, dwelling 'I I

j .f-.., ......... .!.. e+".y that M)rt "f and I other.tiutMidgs would have beeudetitroyeil. I I I. citizens. They of OcaU say that, or they any other c mcede incor-the j jI ;;. You're Bargain Proof If You Can

: l' rated town, the right to
It i: '! upioaed to have been the work manage j
.. tw wry ..M4 tea brae good I of The their own affairs, as they cannot fete
au Incendiary. was
..P'.. ...I er..h.iebl girt hUt 'M..Ib''f iuciirrd.Mr. I what interest they! have in the rnuuicipalityof Resist These We're Offering! i

s ...... his utu that are :McDavid is in hard lines. It will Ocala or iu the few peoplei

.. i; \\ are so much interesting'! thttntelves 3
M -
: r-c" ritst t. be remembered that only a short I 3i
in that matter.
(. )MaW, 1 lau kave. trlay or whole ago his residence was enteredby 1| Marion whether i 1
county, through
1- IN1tw .w. Prtttrb.1.. the wuthern.paysial. a burglar who stole wiuie money I II
the influence whisky sold in
I being
., ......... ... I., "lIalt'd iu aud valuable jeelry notwithstanding !
it legally or by force of circumstances !
<. .rttupnk1s. ......... Mr... McDiviii (Mr. McDavid being j! is (in better financial condition today THE BOSTON STORE

, ( -: --- ----- ; away: ) gave him battle Mud only ue- I
II than she has been since she was Lat.
, |
,- Iwil. IL Musk, uf I.)uu*, and : ('"tJt'lu driving him oti by shoot

ii.... I** )I MwiiHwM of M.- InK at him several timed aud wounding i sieged qy that great victory of being
i voUd dry and devastated of her justreenuea CORNER OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA
t morning him
4? uwrtwl rswUy severely.
:" I| Dy that great beast, theI
Jim'. W. W. JIi.k.uu.
t, -- Presbyterian Musical. I I blind tiger, who like the jai-kal visits: t'Ia

1. JMge 1. ....*.. lot r..'* kept musical will betjiven tonight at tile grave yard and feasts on the ';1' ,,_:.: t) C'.s J

.. ... .. There liorp>4t'. My country friends l-e not -- ---- -- --
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i 1 id tt.w. ......,., iu ib. matrimonial I I II I McKay.( I misled by that child scare that in The Jacksonville Carnival opens on I 1 rr. W. B. Barnett, president of the'I 1

1 Seikd Matt ......... -"II In yrarN.M :'I A cordial invitation is extended to I case:you vote your precinct wet, youi the 2nd of Nov., and it M: hoped that National Bank of J iek* m ville, ...

K" I i may have a saloon there; that is not who will to this at his home it. that W
to be present. A silver everybody C ill go city ( : .
;: '". E. w (1p. ttl Jarkwovltr.kwt I
.4i. have
possible as to be
cI1\oflng will be taken for the benditthel'rtSbytt'rilu you incorporated great festival. The Tarnival i ito bea night. Mr. Baruett was: 79 years ;
+ .lash. iw. !Kobe to 1'011. I first and that
y. of fund. by virtue of Local relebrttiou of the rebuilding of He bad ioug teen connected with : :
t your ;
industrial of
J Jacksonville and it has been planned development
The folio* will take j
ing part: :
ins I*. Kr.ek. M ku air*our I It would be well if the country ,
precincts will executed rifle and the bank he estat
Dr. Lindsay, Miss Whurield' Mr. I and it be on a more |
tr U,'Is. were to tell Oe&la to fight her of there is the in the :
scale than state.
magnificent anything strongest
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I* m Flshel!! MrHilburu, .Mr D. '
Mr*. WHMaui. l lIhr! lull inftuir Williams, Mr*. L&pbam1iJ.... Mark, own ..battles, pay her own bills and the kind ever attempted before in J IJ I hat had on deposit at one f'

...c\t., .4.r g M.1 l )t.tr
a..c. II.*,. altod BIabrthlowu, J{)., and Alworth, 1i 1"8 Rose Karger, I support only when they need themI ville Carnival Association never tires survived by two sons, Mr. Bion .

,. the t I I and they are too busy making money attractions and the Barnett vice of the
i4 'bfJ .trNe beau for i
!*. D w ..... and supporting: their families.A program as it stands to-day combinesa and Mr. William D. Barnett, ::.
l'ej ser.Result
COeXTRY.OTER.. number of amuse-
great gigantic
o.MlIHttr J. )Mltclifll of the l.t
of the Times-Union Contest. went features in tbe world. Few people know that Ocala ....* J
Aherte knit line raiUay, wa+ in Alderman Ford. I
I boast
of a ship yard and a ship and
Middle and
(kae 1 frwoh.t.n. The proposition to make Mr. H. A. I
jr rdI1 iu bl return
We refer Mr. W. H.
The Venice correspondent of the j er. to
Lulu Ulrna Bird Monticello
..... .uer. he has bwn atM Fdrd major of Ocala 'has been received who is constructing a napha I
first, with l",j63; Miss Mamie Tim:5.Union says that Prof. Josiah I
with almost unanimous !
bealig I8Ifi a wltllt'tl' approval I for his The ,
hundred and I own private use. "
lUndall, of Hampala. second with Yarn is clearing one I I" a
--- and it is a matter of regret ,
is fourteen six feet and will
Mr. Jtm. A. )(orrl. lia_oruament> 12,5.13: : ; Mi-a May Lines, of Madison, that the popular gentleman says it is twenty acres for an orange grove and by '

tel tta. leMd.| rtHurtiof the Marion: third, with 8, S3. impossible for him to accept the proffered has a large force at work on Alligator neatly fitted upand will carry '

iiardvar U m11&D1| with liU paint West COt t-Mis>s Agnes Rogers, of honor as it will conflict too creek, clearing land for ninety acres half a dozen passengers. When I

"' ..... Ile hMal.a4>sHHitfd a very St. Petersburg, first with 13,083; MissSara much with his business aflairs but of the one hundred and twenty. If boat! is completed Mr. Clark will I

aUhftl" sign fur told company E. Harris,of Ocala, second, with that he will accept a place on the Prof. Varn in planting an orange it on Silver Shrines and he I $ V

J t -Lith b. been ;bind In ......ltloO. 12,;'); Mi** Mary Wartmann, of board of aldermen if his fellow citi I grove is as successful as he is at "train- enjoy many happy hours on 3m'i -

-- lug the young idea how to shoot," his boat.
Citra, third with 9,688. zens sees proper to confer this distinction
)fro L. (Hirowiwfr, tot> well known the Manatee section will have something PI
East Coast-Miss! Lillian Thomas, upon him as that body holds Mr. E. C. i ims, of Anthony,
t. the rvaitm of lliU asa 'I
palwrw, to be proud of.
of Jacksonville, fist with G9,357Iiss; : its sessions at night. of the pioneer subscribers to
twit. al the (K>ala HOUMS ytttterday.ami .
)Cr. Edith G. Pye.of Jacksonville,second, Mr. Ford's business qualifications Ocala Banner, was among a
MIL Oitrumwutr are keeping Sandford Jewett who for the
with 62,310! ; Miss Irnie 0. Irvine, of : splendidly fit him for this positionand of pleasant callers Monday.
lure in New York City, and will not few months has efficiently filled a
Lake City, third, with 46,457. it goes almost without saying that makes a good report of things in
'1..w the winter In (kola as haveb..0 position as prescription clerk in the
this position will be given him. neighborhood and says there is ,
tbvir runtnm for several year. : Do You Know What You are Taking drugstore of Johnson Bros., departed
I doing among the truckers or
-- '---
When you take Grove's Tasteless The Ocala Banner the Favorite. yesterday for his home in Ocala, I I
)fro Will J. J.J.'ud.: who has M : so:>n. A larger acreage than
Chill Tonic because the formula is Our favorite weekly, the Ocala Ban where he has accepted a similar .
: *<*$|>Ubly occupied tbe position of will be planted.J. .
plainly printed on every bottle show ner, failed to reach us last week. position in the Post Office Drug Store.
J'hakl4' of the LU4nl Of aldermenftttthIWrtye
I j ing that it is simply iron and quininein We hope Brother Harris has not ordered During his stay here Mr. Jewett has H. Lord, the enterprising Ears
j 'er, and) acting mayor Dtt!|
a tasteless form. Xo cure no Uq off of his exchange list, for made many friends who regretted his genial manager of the Venice
daring the irkurw and atenceof
I I pay 5k\( T the Banner is a good thing and we departure, and who will always be pany, viit-d Venice Saturday.
;i Mayor Futhel, U bring urged by his
want to hold to it at all hazzards.-- glad to welcome him.-Gainesville lord states that his company
; "uda to make the race for mayor Notice. 1
I High Springs Hornet. Sun. j I begin cupping! their timber
tad has tb. matter under advi iuent.He On the first Monday in Novemberthe .. i
the month. This refers
first of :
I II one of (k..l'ltulO.t, lIuLztl ntbl. tax oook will be open for the col Friendly to Ocala.If Mr. John F. Ervin, whose post- :

worthy and upright citizens. lection of 1903 taxes. Please give Ocala wants the state fair hejeis office is Higley, but who lives on the Herty cup of which his firm tii .
this matter your early attention. dered about 15,000.
Ii one emphatic vote for her. She Marion county side, was in Ocala !
i A stranger 10 town utrerlug with Respectfully,
t !! E. L. CARNEY, has the the central location, the state Saturday and made a sanguine reportof
inflamed tbe best 315 Acres of Fine Land For
ee 10 23 2t Tax Col. Marion Co. and the rehabilitated grapefruit and
t pride, the pluck enterprise necessary
drug ItO,.., and war ...01. to the Post- Well timbered, well located.
to make a success of the fair, orange groves in his neighbordood.He perfect. Write to J. E.
Wflc Drug Htore. They supplied him All colors Iu crepe paper lOc
F. 1-. and we hope she will bid for it and get says throughout the whole sectionis Ocala, Fla., or J. A. Waters,
'Uh lit the Ocala Bazaar, I
a buttle of Jobu JL Dfckey'sIUIiatl t .
: It.-Punta Gorda Herald. a bow of promise. Fla. 10 0
Old tiacNou Supt.
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EDITOR. Elbert Hubbard says tbat besides I iiWiOcx
the romantic passion a marriage is I Ia !

I3i:3 31SSIS, HIM:. When John :f. C.Stockton made the remark matter of mutuality as regards t : :'
that-a certain paper had sought to fleece him Plan to Condense Turpentine Vapor

?. 7. Lease:;::!, Sisiress 1IaA6e:. out of a bank roU for its editorial influence,he Browning, Bok Schlitz, Orape-Nute, : FROM THE STATE PRESS. : Frra Dry Kilns.
told the unequivocal and positive truth. The tiidle- .
Oneida Wagner the
Community, .N...N.NeaNNNNNNSIIEATS Shylock"U man wh
Tribune has been mortified at reading the contents With the pacing of' the pine and
of that letter and it was also gratified to dy-winks, olives, celery, flinch wanted a pound U hunua
the price.tof its
read of Mr. Stockton* which, in rousequentiueretsed
a copy reply James McNiel Whistler, onions,
and told the <>!e who imagine that Mr. Sbeats I flesh. There arc '
a generous magnanfmouimanner product, says the Savannah News, In ::1 \11, '
editor that he was not in the newspaper windows open from the bottom or I 1
your bu.ineis.and regretted his inability to comply top, linen'sheets short sleeves!, woolen I will sit down quietly and do nothing I I many .personsare: striving tol invent Shylocks now, the t on-.4V' j

with his request but referred him to hia opp.- while not. Holloway walks off with naval in i
I plans for securing stores amore cent, the consumyt,\'.', ti j;
neut, who desired and needed alt the purchasable blankets, George Ads, ragtime, no I
the state buperiniendeucy, are unacquainted -
support be could get. In a few weeks, breakfast meat breakfast: Christian economical manner than that sickly child the pal! \ ; ;
however, the policy of the said paper was I with the aggre-sive" character now used. Espes.ally is this: true of
changrd and now Mr. Stockton is getting the Science, the "Philistine," John He woman, all want human t; ., 1
of tbe former gentleman.
E rough end oi the deal and unless things change Roberts, Dr. Guns: aulus, progressive I efforts secure turpentine. Within- and i it
t they can
very: material. the Tribune would not be surprised has filled the ofliee ably and IIHS a the past few months more than one get --teat J JScutt's
to tee that letter in print. Tile guilty euchre, -Rabbi Hirsch, Dowie, Felix him. Emulsion
of help
bo-t teachers ready to i
BELIEVING had better keep quiet.-Tampa Tribune. plant has been erected to extract from i
MOTTO: THE BANE, party Adler, Masterlinck, .Socialism, Hiawatha
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE HAS TO Mr. Stockton:: did the proper thing Annie Laurie, "Where is my It will take bard work to defeat him. the wtxid itself the turpentine roam Scott's Eraubion i is ri ih 1 j
TAKE CARE influence tbe editor referred -Punta Vorda oil, and other constituents and -aeb blood boat and j
TAKEN ITS feiASD IX TilE BARRICADES in refusing to Wandering Boy Touigth" and Elizabeth .... and m. >. .e. I

WITH FIGHT T IE WILL COMMON BE MADE PEOPLE FORTH to witb a roll of bank bills, Towne. SP.UK)1.STR'ISG.. projector is satisfied that he has a It feeds the nerves, strtnh' -n j

AND IT* aud it seams to us that an editor who good thing in his plant.
AT THE should
BETTERMENT OF THOSE Candidates for matrimony the digestive and t1 ;
Mr. Sparkman is a strong man; an organs ey
8)1'1'e", +' would openly offer to sell his i iuflu- Mr. George Dole Wadlfy, the viceprt'Joidt."ut
be examined all these points before
.- on able man, and a most ardent worker. feed the whole bodv.
--- -- --- ence in tbe political market would of the Atlantic and Birmingham I IFor
OCTOBER 23 1903. legal permit is issued." To change him would be working
FRIDAY, little to sell when Mr. of the late! nearly tJiirty v :
have very ; but of the ; : r.ilroid.! I u! one rScott's .
And 50 the bumming up ar
hardship the tbe
on people HI as
: Cstockton referred the young wan to eat inventors along this line, or rather Emulsion hat lx't'n the j
The Hon. C. M. Brown of Mariou, gument : best interests of our commonwealth.He .
hisoppouent (which one? he has two,) one of tbe latest H usiuess men to great giver of human &sh
Romantic passion" i is absolutely necessary .
fan not yet designated those thirteen has never been classed!! in the cat- 1
whom he said ttdt: ired and nee ted realize he possibility of securing
*fI that are looking for boodle.- for the perpetuity of the race egory with pe&jimia's and abusive .Vc will send a CMptt ilouatc
1"I| rout ) i
all the purchasable support be could from lumber a quantity of turpentine
well for the perpetuity of everybeautiful
Tamj Tribune. politicians. His plan has always beento -. 1
get," be did a very improper thing thing in the world. But that U now wasted, but which
work for harmony, and our best
Thirteen I* an unlucky number. unless he is positive aud can prove saddle he believes can be secured by a simpi" SCOTT A BOWNE. CRe+iMele.
while this instinct I is in the
interests.-Lakeland Sun. 409-415 Purl Stf..t. H.. V.,.

The Hon. C. M. Brown should at. I that bis opponent is purchasing sup- brains are in abeyance. A person's NN apparatu and at small cost. $-'I-sad JUI'; a1& mi j asA ;!

leant Gave found one more 'liiUb l- pjrt. choice of a partner for life, no matter His plan is to attach a tin pipe to --- .

dlzrtl" n w.paper.-Arcadia Xewa. It Is a grave charge for one oppo- what his age, nor bow wide his experience BROWARD A CANDIDATE. each of the ventilators of dry kilns 10 tit Isrtetmest :

that nent to make against another.The is absolutely valueless if he You can announce to my friendsall catch the vapor that arises from the Buy men wbn, bar. a...1j..I.41
The South Carolina jury says
over the state that I am positivelya 1
be kille LAd editor must candidate forgovernor, and that I J

of the Hrauu stripe are w rattlesnakes A great many newspapers in the women should not marry if tbeyare intend to make a vigorous by means. of tae: pipes to worms", and that baiiif warily spas ur baa* i

of politics. country that couldn't support Bryan not in love the rnatttr should be campaign.I condensers and in this way rtxure the after their r 4irtt..t from '.IOIN..... 1
in thlll'.lh".Y have been urged all over the state to
---'- - because the Chicago platform justified placed in the hands of the Inter- turpentine that now passes oil iu and feeling that their itt.itv -iH j

Editor Krana Harris of the OcalaB.nOrtLastrwpurarilyrrGewrd make tbe contest and iu a short timeI and is lost. tbrir .!.. ,, ,
sa. .n
the criticism of the courts are now State Commerce Commission, with vapor cover up DI' '"4i j

politic speaking of the court that acquitted full power to hear, try, adjust, regulate will make known the principlesupon The planugested itself to him kinds of d..tMa. i;

and U indulging in bid favorite Tillman as follows: and determine. Jess M, jri>s *o. which I stand and announce while on the top of a kiln, wbertbe A\DA WOItMUSI :

.tlii wrraouiziug. Pensacola my platform. The people of Florida, noticed that the that escaped Wom"o..t.1M ... .. :
|* >e "It is impossible to speak of this verdict in vapor wa4tdthy wt1 3

1'rew. moderate terms, or to profess anything but The very newspapers that were a however, realize exactly how I have from the ventilators had a strong few i Ut..I....... do .MMLK t..c", J ,I

Tb wont-eloquent- btump speech the found most it"The, robust contempt for the court which few weekeago engaged in educating always shad, as they are perfectly smell of turpentine. He then con and Indul' II............ .. trivo1sus I

that baa cuiue l4J our notice 13 the extract Is taken from the Philadelphia the ma-wea into tbe belief that it familiar with my record.-Napoleon ceived the idea of giving this Ii sn, They think of .**...It< ...".. ..no. I

ei'rrch that proclaimed the stump aproductr Public Ledger and is on a was wrong to criticise our courts are B. Broward in Jacksonville Metrop and in a short time will put this ideato than the thMu.. 11. a.r... rip-.. i

"eahL- and bad it listed line with the almost universal comment DOW engaged in printing whole offs 4444BROWARD'S a practical :ast by tilting ho after there ;pelawraaw..w tit rttlte tisal.

among the article of southern comturret. of newspapers of its class. We columns of comments anent the ANNOUNCEMENT. worms" and the necessary piping to a ionabte teslaterut" ar h.esi1 I tbteta M T f

have no fault to find with the com Tillman acquittal, all of which with This announcement has been ex- dry kiln at a large saw mill at Am the p arks, i dtaaw. a srhee sail ..... 1 1I

U. H. McCrtary Indo his newepa.1 ment except that it la inconsistent out exception, give tbe court and the pected for some time, as stroug prensue brose, in Cortee county.Mr. tog retrptesto. and Milk !I

|*r competitors a dog'a life. The Sun with the former public utterances of I jury that acquitted him blazes. The from every section! of the state has W.dley claims:: no credit 1lor They rra J "O4 bI e.c'. '*...II... .t !

all of Alacbua andit lesson these newspapers are tow em- and will not seek to than their YWl6e lie's I
thine for county these newspapers that the courts are been brought to beer upon this gen discovery rte' sets/ 11TkM

I I. R"uer.lIynrw enough to makeit above criticism aud to criticise them phaaiziogis i thai the courts are not tleman to become candidate. His have it patented, being satisfied, if it day after rfay 4ift tuIMM I II I

intensely inltre llng.-Tampa hamful. above the: criticism of the press record proves valuable, to let any and all H.trut the ,...... eess/tittttt-Md
as! a public man and legislatorhas
and should be criticised whenever
Tribune. Our individual view is that our made for him friends in manufacturers profit by it if they mm of tW wsvtwe'., h .....
Now cornea Editor ('odrin ton and courts should be praised when they they deserve criticism. Tbe acquittal section wish to. selves. have Mrtbwi I*...
every of the state, and this
proclaim tbat there in too much diffrrmc do right and condemned when they of Tillman Is a case in point and a fact singled him out as! the strong Col. Lovell Promoted.Col. Naturally brtfc *rtfl IM a r.....

between a pepper-box and do wrong. most flagrant one it is. friend of the people to make the race l. Charles P. Lovell has been appointed th"tl\.o 1 nUi p.l.J.>;.-... Ml

slop] bucket for tbe two articles to be The Atlanta Journal is one of the against the corporation candidate i superintendent of the < lyde A. Loua.
Sly Dig at Jennings. I
taken for each otbrr and if tbe can most enterprising dour southern who has been for some time "jes Steamship Company at Jacksonville, a ItmtiM Ga... >..
The position of United States sena
didale don't know the difference is said be above newspapers and i is always engaged in arfin at the idea of the people have to succeed Captain Howard, deceasedthe !! Mr. B. M Mttwrdk $.nd ... tit
tor to only one step
voter do and the name will be that of governor, but they say it is a springing pleasant, unique and ing a man in the race antI winning. I appointment went into eSct KrMr aftfiMMN a eery tu1.i"ue

on election-day. b- of hard step to take.-Belle- sparkling surprises upon its readers. Tampa Herald. :I October first. ".. ..... ..nteMil.. e'ssa.....

The Tampa Tribune bays it is rumored view New8-Lettr. Its last Sunday edition was given 4444 I The Times-Union has the followiu iud the faee at a lo*.., lift euslrit

that Cartoonist Taylor's new over entirely to the Travelers Protective MR. BROWN AND HIS 13 SUBSIDIZED to say of Col. Lovell's appointment: the .J nfUn.....' fit 'If N.tartll.

afternoon Jacksonville paper will Tbe editor of the Gainesville Star Association and WitS edited by NEWSPAPERS. "Tbe news that Col. Lovell baa b *n brud. of faesui. l'hwiM f'MltT

advocate the re-election of Senator continues to entertain a bad opinion brilliant members of that body. Ho far C. M. Brown who is laboring promoted to this:: important positionwill the "o-a'a (........ ..I" aw4 111"Fattcy
of tbeOcala Banner for which it is be gratifying news to his friends
Tahaftrro. My my, suppose tbat The edition was superb and attracted under tbe hallucination that he is in 1iosap.'u.tI
and to business men Itfnf'r&lIy.11
The Gainesville editor
Taylor should unload a pepper-box so forry. favorable criticism from all souices. the race for governor, has not named assistant! superintendent! of th> com

be something thinks that this paper was paid to The Journal is a progressive The BoUIM P'IsiWs. s.w.rlt+.ss eN
shown his
dally wouldn't there newspaper. the thirteen Florida newspapers pang, Col. Lovell has

print the articles In the Brake-Cal- which thorough business capacity and the saying a gteat ..., ...5I7 tYtl/
claimed subsidized
doing. ____ __ nor
liwn attain No. No! The Ocala qualifications which lit him for his about Jsdlt. J.. wail Wslss A.11
Collier' Weekly I U, l lamenting the Beautiful Complexions.Are has he named even one notwithstanding -
Banner did uot charge nor did it receive more responsible office. on ILe istltaeh *'. ... ... .. ..
decadence iu numbers of tbe American spoiled by using auy kind of the fact that nearly every Col. Lovell has been connected
a penny for printing them. The preparations that fills the of tbe bible standaM d A pidt a it Mbiltsat ..
loUter. Collier'sevidently pores newspaper in tbe state has demandedof with tbe Clyde Steamship Companyin '
Gainesville editor might write to Mrs. ekin. The best way to secure a clear eowelint..1 111.1 tw w e,11of
knows nothing about the political him thathe do "0. If Mr. Brown Jacksonville! since 1S99. He rare
Brake, Mr. Bedell and Mayor Thomas.! complexion: free from sallow liens, from the position of freight g-ut ht bl"-.M that .. ..b.t :a aMilJwtge .
local loUter which, we have in Flori U an hounrab man he will at once
For the article however the pimples, blotches, etc., is to keep the "
printing to that of general traveling freight W"-tw a.wr _..
da. He grow wore numerous each ilver in good order. An occasional place! before the public the informa-
Ocala Banner did receive something I agent,and was then promoted to the ----- "
aucceeding campaign and his decadence which values than dose of Herbine will cleanse the bowels tion he claims to have In his possession position of assistant superintendent,
more moneyit
if such were '''llI..iLll', would regulate the liver, and sn establish or, if he has no evidence to substantiate which be has held since 1s9s.: GUILTYOF
received praise and endorsement a clear healthy complexion. i"c. at
be hailed with pleasure rather than the charges he will make a The many Ocala friends of Col.Lovfilwill .
from a great many good people.To Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m GROSS NEGLJC1MCE
Borrow.-Peusicola! Journal."LUCIiV". ---- --. full and complete apology.-Tampa learn with pleasure: of hi* ,
-- -- find some gullible to defeat "Bob"
At the Ft. Pierce political meetingheld Times.
Davis for governor, and 5.M. Sparkman.of the promotion."It DID NOT HOD TAftMNOI
first district for congress, is the condition ofa on the 20th a letter was real! 4444

e few soreheads who would either rule or ruin. from Hon. Wilkinson Call, candidatefor DEFINITION OF TilE TRUE DEMO Goes Right to U.. Spot This lit*. rwite4 .... il beN.
United States senator, regretting 'RAT. When pain or irritation exist on dered Sa "..., ere' drsr less.-
Why more "soreheads" than
any hh inability to be present. Now for A true democrat with unblemished any part of the body the application aey dfaws. A st...s 1tr. ta11koottld

those who are hunting around for bale keen etiill tt4.re/ ......11.1.JaM
record is who bolts honen.r .
an old time hand to hand shake : a man never ; \\ of Ballard's Snow Liniment will give
some gullible person to defeat JamesP. t.rariMiM .. ...,bV. Ohms .
scratches a ticket when createdby relief. "It right to the
Taliaferro for United States senator campaign.The prompt goes DUb**.*.

-- -- -- --- --- the duly constituted party author- spot," said an old man who was" rub foot ot tie eteNee ...14 tine Matt
s or any more bent ou rule or ruin? esteemed Herald
Tampa may ities; a man who bows to the will of bing it in, to cure his rheumatism.C. saved hy ukif Pour* fti.Mt ON*

i {s a person a "sorehead" because he be well-up in politics but it: not very his party primary or convention R. Smith, proprietor Smith house, u 1t a&Unlt trW are say =1 d Mi tia

has the temerity to express a prefer- much up in the geography of Florida without who reel or btettw ..MM. tf .ttkee M .. .
question a man places .
; Teneha Texas, writes: I have used
ence for governor; or congressman? It bays that Silver Springs/ Junctionis self in thebackgrouid when his party I bat I' euu..I a d. .... ltla.yn .. I ISe ....
Balard's Snow Liniment in my fame 4M" tick HI* M4 bail l..
There should be no browbeatingnor between Waldo and Starke. lv pity
bulldozing tbe voter. has acted; a man who, regardless of ily for several years and have foundit &.7.k. rotit'i x..., Orb M a M.

I The Tampa Tribune that Hills- his personal feelings, goes forth to to be a fine remedy for all aches IIIH.ld k""Mf tow, aj W *1 ..>

When Charlie Fildes wins that bays pal at U. ....fall ..
: give battle for the cause, with the sole in the and y t tommi pdltjlfma
and throat chest. 25c
borough i is
county infested with an t&. Minot .kk.1 ,.,, lv ft*
$50,000 lawsuit against the Jacksonville principle that he is acting for his I">i
I* often the name given by careless and aggregation of politicians who are oOc. and $l'(") Anti-Monopoly: Drug may 4 ...., Ne/MM d NM Ita.etaFOLIT' .
thoughtless people to those who are care- Metropolis, we may hear something party collectively. That I Is the true
ful and "What picturesquely intolerant. Hillsorough Store. m KIM 1 1 CM i ...*... *. .
thoughtful. a lucky
Yo'ODUn.is said of one hose health and regarding his running for con is to be pitied. democrat, and no other definitionwill sell rigki a.d We ........ 0 411....,

beauty proclaim her free from womanly gress.-Times-Herald. fit him, regardless of the loud Watson's Lift of Jefferson.Mr. diesppwr.WetA .

di hiving>ota*".thoughtfully. The luck often considered consists the in mer-her When Mr. Fildes gets fcO.OOO of the The Ocala Dally Banner has been talk that he or his friends may feverishly Thurston Peck is charmed with 7t111 tttl.yi, u tM Mil MdrtMag

its of Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescriptionand llet's. good round dollars in his pock- enlarged to a seven column four page i indulge in, or fallacious excuses the above named book and rays the io.erl', BrtfM DIMMt slretnea5teer
proved its ability to cure the diseases ti.t the wet ..11e.1tsrMgo.e
peculiar to her sex. ets bi won't need to worry about a paper. A decided improvement anda : made or false and illogical! style iu which it is written is a If..1. oa ooaataaliy. ... ti ,.. Ie.e eN'

"Fa\onte Prescription" is a reliable seat in congress.Pensacola Pres. prosperous indication of its reasons advanced.-Times-Union. .
popu tive delight. lOLl t.e W..yew kll..,i tN WIre ..
medicine for the cure of womanly disease -
*. It establishes regularity, dries Mr. Fildes might go to McNamee larity.-Tampa Tribune. The book, which is published by D. tSeete, 7*. ohwM tit ,.....
More Than
weakening drains, heals inflammationand for pointers. Spent Appleton & Co. is dedicated to Mr. KIDw.I CntB a& facets eat ,..... A
ulceration and cures female weak The Times-Union of October 21 W. W. Baker, of Plainview, Neb., poiilUlity of laL&1 ,....M.BtTMdci .

ness.I It gives pleasure state that the writes: "My wife suffered from lung William Randolph Hearst in the following W...,*f bean, yI F.tteltrr
bad poor health for nine years,*write Mrs. prints an excellent picture on its
Arminlir walking. of Acme Kanawha Co., W. "makeup" of the De Soto County words : &U U a tr, %M ..* a, la/eyi
Va. "Had female weakacM, wu very irregular front page of Mr. Walter Coachman trouble for fifteen years. She tried a
for .
sad would MI&CT untold misery. Our family News is among the very best that "Because he has consecrated bin '.tAtl.a"1"t1 1M ..4 tttle/eO$
Radar did not do me any good and I concluded king of the C'aruival Association.Mrs. numbrr of doctors and spent over. al pk/ttciaa Ut r....... w ...., i.
to write to you. When I wrote I had no idea reaches our exchange table. The wealth, his talent and energies to the
thai would ever get well but when your letter $1,000: without relief. She became i I bookt a botlCm. 01 ?Nafy .N1
icaehed me I began to have I commenced advertisements improvement of the condition under
hope. too, are set in John A.
taking t>r. Pierces medtcine u directed and a very Logan says that love- very low and lot all hope. A friend I which the masses of our people live After tutef ... seeks 14.ir
began to improve in Mrenzth. I wu soon able attractive ;
manner. A less et.olat.lyeared,
handsomely marriages I.er..etypinii-aSsl
to do the work for my Unuly of Ilia. I took are demoralizing and recommended Foley's Honey and Tar because hi has shown an ...rnut. t4
eight bottle, three of Favorite Prescription printed is flirtations rClUt" l EluI1 OIu.roetomc. .-
newspaper a delight to
sad are of'Oolden Medical Discovery'and twovtabofTcUeta. the by married women dies and thanks to this great remedy it ; fearless and consistent interest in the

The People's.'* Common Sense Medical eye and the example set by the De,, graceful.A saved her life. She enjoys! better cause be is today working with .. l>"ru( t..

Adviser JooS in is .Soto County News we hope will be splendid ability along the same lines --- -
} pages, paper covers, little boomlet is being pet afloat health thau she has lknoam in ten
seat free on receipt of 21 Ont-ceI1t stampsto followed by other Florida t'I which Mr. Jefferson marked O'it. A nrM Iliif of ladies l. M .f ..t.

pay expense mailing only. Address weekly for )McLaurin of Mississippi, for vice ., year-" Refuse substitutes.! : Post- hundred years ago, I dedicate this lure rulllrs Itn" M.s'k peel *f?
Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. newspapers.
office Drug Store. m book to "William Raudolph Heart." itlj liar Ueuar. hsd..... UWP1.

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eWork'enken5 A Nice Compliment.You The American 011 and Chemical Co. ;

Your Kidneys. never know when or, where a The American Oil and Chemical

-- good u>iuf stop. Last March the Company has Ii plaut in Gainesvillethat

"",., y lUctjt Xikt Impure >!1oK.jJ" Ocala Daily Banner primed aa advertisement i in a wonder and. money mlt.br.\\ HARDWARE1Where

Weed la J" body Fusel through for our enterprising furniture The business of the company is to

.. Ni 17.euce every three minutes dealer, J. A. Pittmau dawn, In manufacture the various products of !
!- Tkt kWaeyiwe soar
bloo4 purd ere,they ht which Mr. Ed P.' Pittmanu made a the piue, such us spirits of turpentine I

ur out the ..uta or good hit by usiug ."You'll Hate to GetUp I suUxiiiiittffor turpentine, creosote oils

trnpuriitei in the Wool .. ., ,
r1 II they are sick cr out Early in the Morn if You Sleep for disinfectant tar oils for making II --"- -'-..", ;; '.- ...- .: I

ol iHetr order work.they fail( to da on cue of Pittman' Matretiw," eti- (oap-i, wood preservers, tree aud

Patns.arhessndrheumein The advertioemtfut WaS sent in to the plan tsprays"', cable coating, creosote
,J 3U cf',, trie corns aCid from ia ex-the ftouthern; Furniture Journal published paints etc. Terse products are secured 11' Quality Counts m

___ ) blwddaetoneglec'edS1e.th' lu High Rock X. C., fur entry iu by first extracting the fluid .

....'i contest for good adverihetutmts.: Iu substance from rich dead pine, or
,.., ft 4tueee q-ili-V or unrteidy I f
M.11, *. ,alleJ on* feel 1 M thoughu's the October uuiubfr of Hut journal it what is 8'Hiietimrs called fat lightwood .
CLASS of than another
1t.1 F THERE IS ONE goods more
.ubk. t..: the heart Ii j
er :
A is
tI U- reproduced in fate simile aud ap- mid then separating the various ,

ja.-J... .t L'.y" .t In IIIQ.P'II""nc ftl'.nick a.d,.rt kidney.rlcs. |>ears .s No. 1 m the o..utest for products t.y distillation aud other ; I where quality means a great deal it is in Hardware. The

'. W i 4i red that only
: Ii-'" ortgiuttlity aud general i I $
s'4; erne to 14 traced to hi kidneys get-up. means. quality of the goods we should handle was the first
,... ? oJrrn k.IC:.,CI }"c\'ts that nearya advertisement was noiseutinl The wood is plac d in immense: I -

; 7epr.u.nal 1\ 6lne 'I..U"f .cases: have ther: beginouf the: firm, but by gome unknown metal retorts and the substance ex- m thought of our buyer when ordering our immense stock of

a':,..,. s e st J 1\1 can rake ne rr.Utakt (rit-Udlillel, Ed is highly elated over traded from it in about the same way I
ludreys.: The mild Hardware. "Highest Quality" are the words we want to stand out most
t NC the attention it attracts.He from crude
(! that the spirits i is taken "1tUfl
rImryeIfCIf Dr. Ktlcter'sjesap.i
e4duntre' t, ", ku i I is hustler when It to .. the minds of customers and shall strive to main-
; < :> jm remedy is a comes )-urine The plant is a costlyone prominent in our we I
L II -lAruii the for
tea/.d. highest its '
> selling furniture and is no "slow on-, but is without doubt a I'I
e trfJCorpofthemostduvessingcasespl tain that standard on all the goods we sell, whether the purchase be
N aua oft Its rr.erlts coach" a writing a good, busiues'gettiltK money tucker Manager A. J.Ic-

.Iuieit ,,,t1 tn?.Ilft1.rtft .Ndi! ..:::,::..-- advertisement. Arthur is a hustler, and seews to understand II large or small. We sell under positive guarantee, and everything must

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leave a -- --- everything about the bus!*
YM may
1' 0 ate knit bi malt K_pI'W&III1'1oo& To Train Girls te Industry.Mi..sissipptset ... Savauuah Naval Review. be up to representation or "it's no trade." .
1... aIM 'Ullp let i Uin{ you how to find
.4tfre.bra kidney or bladder trouble. the example for t.e.. I
tau when writing Dr. Kilmei We can furnish anything in the line of J JI
Uttdoa paper country some: years ago It y establishing :' Ocala and the Fair. you i
1 Ce, i3tathamtow N. Y. I
at Columbus industrial school The Ocala Board of Trade, working

El YALE RACE FOR 60YERNOR. for girls. It wm follow-d by North in harmony with the Ocala Fair As- !I Saw Mill Supplies,

Carolina and other suits, and n"wTt rfOfiation is taking active steps to I)
Illlllfl MATS ANNOUNCES HIS xas has opened at Deutou its Girl' error a 1 permanent fair building:, stalls IJ J
Mining Supplies,
CIIOIPACV AND HIS PLATFORM Industrial College, with more than for sheltering stock, poulty etc. t
1-50 students. After several attempt*, It already has forty acres of ground I
I Turpentine Supplies
I h'..' lilt Will Not Make That In which Judge V. W. Grubbs, of included with a high board fence a i

!1 flit tM Oomlaaat lisne-Believes Greenville: to secure legislation, a race track grand stand, judge's G, Farming Implements Etc.

1t : II( (,ill aid diet Justice to All. law was passed in April 1901 establishing :: stand, l I.-elall diamond, shooting ,

the school, which was secured trap etc completed.
for Deutou in consideration of Iidonlt.t1on When it erects its fair building, : .
1 I am a faDltlJate fur governor in the
1 and bonus of places the money iu bank for the [i
of land
*,Bocr tlc primary to be held iu 1904. a offered it In fact we. are prepared to furnish you with any article usually
The price of the buildingwas payment of all premiums ,
lata a JerucH-rat and have stood on, woney.
It has of bix- will go before the legislature and ask
u4 will.l ud lUtfootwi ou the demo. $47,000. a faculty be I I found in an up-to-date Hardware Store, and at a small margin of
mole l.tronu. teen, and its curricuulm includes for Much legislation a* may necessary
to nuke the location of the fair r[
domes science dai i ring, laundryand
ie ,
I au oplaeed| to trusts-trusts ioptlltk profit. Give us a call.
cookery, domestic art, sewing here permanent.
in business
& aa wH as trust ; I'
and fine aud The work is more than half doue
dressmaking millinery
ti.r. it the aatu0 tendency iu each to
and! if Ocala's efforts to secure the
and commercial art,

.truth:U*.e of lodlrldual men. etlort aud make industrial manual training arts physical science, fair permanently are successful assuredtbkt the I i MARION HARDWARE COMPANY.

and economics people of the state may rest
law Iu favor of continuance of the English\ language: every promise otlered will be I
modern language
rsllnwd tumtul+alou-of waking it a mathametlcs; ,
Record.E. psid and every pledge fulfilled ij
trite. If Poe Ible It Is a bulwark and plycholopy.lrg. I Northwest Corner Court House Square.

Utwrto the corporations and the j K. Nelson and Company's Millinery Has the Band Played Out ( 1

people: make It a tribunal where the To the Editor of the. Ocala Banner. r OCALA FLORIDsxsistsisigggStfTSVFjtri
Opening. What has become of Ocala's brass
111I1,10.11/1 nu have his claim heard I
The Indies of Ocala were treated to Laud? We used to have a band that r
tad adjusted without cost to him. [

I favor the primary system as the another millinery opening Tuesday stood at the head of anything of its : s siijg fe5 s El5';.5lsisl5 5gs 5B gJg sl5V5 5\5lg s 5 5 5 gll-3S\S'.5'S 'f < j_iIJ

the will when the E. K. Nelson Cowpany kind iu Florida, but for the past yearor .
Ut jl devised!! for getting _. -
their fall and winter mil. haven't heard
displayed more we seen or any.
of the people.I .

am la favor of liberal appropriations linery. thing of it. THE
The store was elaborately decorated The reason we do not now have an -.. r
for education as au investment
with autumn leaves and vines and excellent organization of this kind
-lb beet that family or state cau
helped to show off the pretty hats ad certainly is not for a lack of musicians -

make.I favor liberal appropriations fur vantageously. as there are among our citizens CABLE COMPANY

all iWrviug Confederate soldiers. Besides a line of pretty trimmed many who would be a credit to any

hats there was a large stock of untrimmed enterprise of a musical nature.
I favor liberal appropriations for our
t ones to select from and this This is a feature that U noticeably
Bbfortunate people.IfavorthexUiliztioa.
establishment has their same milliner lacking in our city when we have
] : of taxes, so One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the
this season Miss Jones, of celebrations of various kinds that i
that every luterret way pay its just ii
Baltimore, who has many friends bring/ large crowds of strangers with ia i i
proportion of the burden of govern I a
here. in our gates.
went United States
The ladies who visited the openingwere Wou't some cue take hold of this ,
I favor the prewut liquor laws,
treated t > hot tea and cakes matter and give us a good band-as of
hkb permit local option as license
aervwly Miss Floyd Whittle assisted yore? i ii
-bout* rulr. CITIZEN. i
Ruth Nelson. -
by Edna aud
I favor good roads-the best that
There is no reason why the ladiesof Confession of a Priest.
CtQ t* had without unduly burden-
ibis city should not wear beautifulhats Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., I

lag the iNH>ple. this season with three such txeelleut write, "For 12 years I buffered from This Manufacturesand
1'., To I t.* nominated I shall: appeal to Company
r establishments to select fromas Yellow Jaundice. I consul ted a number
no tectlon of our state; born within
the E. K. Nelson Company, Mrs. of physiciaurt and tried all sorts of '
her bonier, I love her every interesta Sells Direct the
Lucie F. B. Eaton and Mrs. L. 1'\ medicines, but got no relief 'lllt n I f
r a dutiful BOU hhould love his blessed! I
1 Touipkius. began to ue Electric Bitters and feel
lUothrr.'i .
-- - cured of disease that
that I am now a
I Tbough a farmer, I shall appeal to The Citra Groves. had me in its grasp for twelve ;years."

no elaM of our |>*ople, as I believe iu The Citra correspondent of the If you want a reliable medicine for

!"' tijuil<< and exact justice to all and Times-Union gays that )[r. John Max- Liver and Kidney trouble! stomach. & Conover < Coble <& Kiijgsbury
disorder general debility, !get Electric
special prlvilfgea to none. field who spent several days there Bitter It's guaranteed by AntiMonopoly .

r. If elected my motto shall be "pio- examining the groves, ana who has : Drug Store, aud Tytliugs &

freiV'-forward along the paths so been an extensive buyer for twenty Co. Ooly 50c. m
Schubert &
, uft-ly) followed since the inauguration years or more says that he is delighted --Nicely-- Put.- < WellingtonPIANOS

of tbit democrat George F. looking so well, II
great : to see the groves
The Washington: Post says: "It I Ia is
Drew, and continued along throughluccewive and he thinks that the finest oranges
dangerous combination when a man
administrations don in the world are in the immediate -
grown who has the habit of going off half
stewardship of Gov. He purchased while
through the able section.
cocked acquires the pistol! l toting
W. 8. Jennings. there about 3,000 boxes of fruit. !
habit. And the president says: ,
1 propon! to see the people and give The same correspondent says that "
wonder if the Post man means! me?
them reasons for the faith that is Governor Jennings estimates that
within me. there will be at least 4,000 boxes on -----

Faithfully yours the Colket grove, 1,800 of which are Some Fish. """ ,-.......' :,:. :: w 4VJf:

I DANMTTE H. MAYS. grapefruit. Shipments of the latter Conductor Mitchell, of the A. C. L.

MonUirdlo Fla., Oct. 15, 1903.F have already commenced. on his last trip from Petersburg to

'- Jacksonville, had on board three satisfaction all the United
Wolfe' Casino opened for the Ex-Senator John H. Reagan, postmaster hundred solid barrels of fish. This is They are giving over
[r' ** on !last night, with a high class Confederate

1 nudnlllecompany.* beaded by Bert Marshall The ,company the king i! cabinet,general does not in take a hopeful view no that's fish something's story but a doing fact in and the shows fish States, Prices and terms in reach of all Write,

at mln.trehy.!! Mr. Marshall Is undoubtedly of the republic. Says it is governed business in Florida.

the finest in hU line that solely by money and drifting towardsa .
hn ever been Been by a Jacksonville monarchy and will in time drop to Croke into His Ho se. or call and see use

auJleofe. He has number of good He wants Texas to remain S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
Joiner aud an Inimitable way of telling pieces.
when the dissolution rubbed of his customary health by invasion
to his undivided BO
them. From his entrance
I,. ha a "grape-vine twist" on '.the comes it will be able to be a republic of Chronic Constipation. When A. JORDAN Nanaga

attentiou of hU audience, and he by itself- Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into J. Tampa Branch,

hold It, too.-Jacksonville. (Fla.,) No danger of consumption if youuseFoley's his house his trouble was arrested

Metropolis Sept. Sth, 1903. Honey and Tar to cure I and now he's entirely cured. They'reguaranteed

I Bert Marshall Co.U now billed for with Ocala the that stubborn cough. Postoffice Drugstore to cure,25.at Anti Monopoly I' 1113 Franklin St I I Tampa, Florida

' Lyceum Comedy m Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m'
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; t FROM THE STATE ,PRESS. : Catarrh begins with a stubborn cold in the head inflammation I ... I

National Bank Examiner la Encounter I ness of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge elf mui.i' in. 1 11
In the
.N..........NNNN..N. I Swamps People Reported to headachw, neuralgia and difficult breathing and even in thwt''l' '

After all, it may turn out that J. P. Appointed Receiver, I oi' L OUlShlila.I Have Perished. I is almost" intolerable. But when the filthy secretions login au deep\ .

into the throat and stomach, and the blood become polluted an i i L r ,j
Mct hU is tbe real trust buster.
Tampa Tunes. I THREE KILLED; SEVEN INJURED. SHIPS IN HARBOR ARE DAMAGED. system" contaminated. I bad a continual headache, wy cb.... h.4 ,r. ,rt I
by the catarrhal poise alw. itopM4 M kc...tAi
purple, my nose wa ) lk mj+ ;i ion
.... Statement Is Made of Bank's Resources! then the sufferer Lad a Bickecin and distiiting odor, ... I cvaa!..... jinstorealize j
Tip senatorial l fisht in this! C'onnty'' Negroes VYoikir.g on Mississippi Wley Report Says That the Danish Schooner .T ince santly. I heard of !H.! a. 8. and eo...>..< t- ... j
and Liabilities: -Closing ot Bank Has beg what a it and after taking erer'al bottlr I MM ..r4 ..-4ut '

will I* largely I etweeu Mr. Stockton Had Little Effect on Ucal Stock Ex- 1 Railroad Become Rebellious, and Was Entirely Wrecked and Her Contain disgusting. and sicken- disease.have! never since had the LIU.li.ht>MAR.*.t UJI L.!.Ituxl/' .w .,y

and Mr. Jtuniugt. As to which of : change. Led by White. Man, They Arm and Crew, Comprising 14 Men, ing disease Catarrh is.. Northwest Cor. 7th and Fell i't.. Mlu..ee title
It affects the kidneysand

,> there gtutltmtu get the lion's shareof Washington, Oct. 22.-The acting i Tnsrnssives and Resist Cons;>ble.i Were Drowned. stomach as well as other parts of the hoo)'. It ii a nmstitut .

the vote, future developments I comptroller general ot currency was a-. New Orleans! La., Oct. 21.-la an St. Louis, Oct. 21.-A special to The disease and as inhaling mixtures salves ointment, etc ..nI r\ t' i I' f

mart decide. Even the t'brt'Jf'"t'' vised last night that We Federal Notional encounter between a band ci negroes -Deniuuat teas Austin, Texsays ., than palliative or helpful, even in the beginning of .Urrh ...' j
expect: from such treatment when it becomes ckronu. anti i- t '*
bank of Putsburg, Pa., would led by a white man and a constables : yon
politii-bu caucot at this time stidy: system affected ? Only such a remedy as S. S. S. can reach' U ,
three Advices received here from Mzitlia
not open its doors lor business this: posse, uegrws have been i '
hazzanl a gums on the subject.: -Tam- morning. He immediately appointed and seven cr tight wounded in the .Mexico, state that the terrific torte: Hate deep-seated disease and purge t' !. .
catarrhal poison. S. S. S. ; r
@ puri'ra t It > i
pa HeraM. National Eank Examiner John ti rear of the 'Pecan Grove plantation: in fthlci visited that city and vicinity '0.
diseased blood, and the inflanie ti'!
***. Cunningham receher. St. Charles Parish. a few dsjs: ago caused:r coasi erd..
tJ healed and the excessive .Svxrt-' +I..
It locI*.tlu ugli Mr. Stockton had No ccuils are known at the comp None of the posse was hurt loss -of lite.: :::
when new, rich blood i> c'"' l..
clond a deal with! that hungry editor.Wedcm'l troller's cCice as to the causes whichled '1 he surviving negroes ana the white in the city sixteen people were killed parts, and a permanent cure is the result

to the failure.- leader; Pat McGee, are in the swamps and a. number of others injured. S. S. S. is guaranteed ., ,
&t cut it vegetable : rr-I
any more The bank was cha.rterov.. 16, and are being searched for. Further The ships ia'the? harbor also suffered Catarrh in all stages. Write if in need of I\.:. '._ .\
aiidiio is said to le akin 0 1901 with trouble is feared. much damage.
news: a capital stock of 2.00n" you nothing. .. .
good ne\\!'.-PtnsitoU News. Joseph A. LaagStt is president aa
, George W. Eisenbes, cashier. working for the 11issii>silfriTaller wrecked and the captain and IiI
**.. I. f =-1fP = _.. ::= "'!' .. 1 ---- _
railroad. sailors drowsed. -- --
The following is a statement of the Several days ago complaint were

lYiifil putbris' throughout thet-tate bank's! resources and liabilities as i s was lodged that some of th';?. .. .. ....

are iu>hing Hon. C. M. Brown t to shown by the last report on condition contracted debts and refused to .1 BEAR IS GROWLING. .,, <,-., .: '. .......'. J rP t I. )
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; Ffnak <,utaLd name those, thirteen ct the comptroller cl the currency on Charges were made, and Constable I -- :i__ .......'.;.'. ..,.'.,.'. ,' ,.'' "J'-'"".-...-. 'w.-aF ,
Sept. s a, 1903: :Songy:; went out to see the negroes.On Indignant"With United States forOpen-. .; .1\-... Pf \11. t .
hutcidiztd Tell) it, Mr. ..-;;.. kt: r.1'._ .t. ', 1'l
Df'1'aal.u8. Moukdon. .
trig .
his ..
"ResArces, loans and discounts\ way John Hinds, a negro : I. <: :0 \ .

DI01Hl, or it will I* iiutgined that $5,036,072; ; over drafts, J>03; United. assistant of McGee, who coveredtmwith New York, Oct. 2i.The Russians I y.'e'h'' ; i1? +ilr'i? \ ; i .-hnith I. ''I..1._ ',.. .' I
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States bonds a shotgun and command areery indignant ash the ULU.M '+.t 'aPw! i& l Q&cy ",".
: ecsepe "
Mere jornaudiig.-PeutacclaPress. J806.652; stocks and securities i I t! :: 'uhrn\ : ': ['..
jou etc., 517,500; real:: estate, $26:? ,. him to keep away from the camp. States government tor ecu.lading a .- \ p-' t \. of tffHY.ldm!: .: '.,<"''..use upon tba (t-* e.

.*** 752; due from banks and bankers tangy returned"to St. Rose and organized I treaty for the opening ot ilJiu l :tn to I .,. '.j;: oainine' or th:ir daily! 5\i 'mi"a neiul 1? -U.'III OUOOMI.r r. i.

of $1,120,592; cash and cash items, $C75, a posse. Near -the:scamp tut, the commerce of the world cables the I. __ l.-.:;.a.- neces Don't+a.'ycinc'C Do! It. .lt'''' Dan(.r,.<,m.... It U ? ftl .
The I cartoon Slay: j cs.t..i.\ -
Mfctrojjolu 652-total. ?7,6D3,783."Liabilities :! pone encountered 18 of the negroes I Che Foo correspondent of The Horall. !

plcwiUa an ox and fob Davis across capital stock, $2.000,000; and McGee, all heavily armed. iv i They may, he &asserts that i HERB'IN1 1

the flute "jl !! nhilliug"! is nu excellent surplus and undivided profits, $:i80.- \ parties concealed themselves ia the j St. .Petersburg government will protest t'I'\;: ;;: "lUIdl'JR" ?. E'T/-.. m .. t 'r {, I
C69; circulation high weeds and a battle of 20 minutes | and maintain that the caning ptln; :y'L.rlcl.. :..., .! it", :1" !
; $700,000; due to banksand : ,, e4
the two candidate al"H" ""I.' ( Hie ,. .,
rtjweiitaikn or bankers 2,375,552:? ; unpaid divi i resulted. The negroes and McGee of this new treaty port will never t-:.. y Currlaui: ?, -. .Daysu..o1' .1 w f'.n 1
"Idff" at o' boo per!:ot>le. AU Druuu j j"I
Davis ailura to place.
can dends, $5,446;; deposits, $1,932,107; bills finally lost their nerve and fled. .

farmer Maya now, hut the joke maybe payable, $100.Q -total $$7G33,7. The bodies of three of the negroes The Port Arthur Russian newspaper !

: when the Some action as this has been within were picked np when the smoke cleared Ncvoe Eral has published a strongly
turned neat buuimer
the possibilities for the past two days away. worded article en this subje<' It declares I

\ott-tt are toun'td.-Li\'e Oak Demo torsecast by the determines raid mad Seven of the negroes are said tc that the treaty is proof of the .1

have been aggressive nature of the of the VV VV9V VVOOFYYV.V .... 1
crat. upon the institution's stock on thE wounded. policy VIIYOQYOOVYYYY VY Y Yw> ..r .a. 1

*... I Fittsburg Stock:: Exchange. The positive ; United States. This policy, the paper : -.t: 'C \ lYL,_.L .llhll: I 1 ., yEll.' : j

CALL 18 A WAKM IE [llER. statements, however, of the president STEAMER'S CATTLE! WITH IC:!. declares, Infringes the rights i I I

We karu from the bright and newt J. A. Langfitt, to the effect that Russia founded on her construction of FiAThEB.WiS :

the bank Conditions on the Yukon the Manchurian raIlway and the cone i
tot in
t I = ey JacksonvUleMetropolis that it is a was need of money Becoming
cession by China to Russia of the
i I certainty that ex.8 nator Call will l and that the losses would not affect 1 Serious. l WHOLESALE LIQUOR AfsO: :BEER HOUSE. j
l its capital] or surplus, did much toward Manchuria.

. shortly thy his castor into the sena- allaying distrust on the part Seattle, Wash., Oct 21.-A speciof 1246 to }2.11''Yo\ AdamSt. JackunvilUFla..
to The Pos+t-lntslligencer Irom Dawson The Russian fleet has returned from
tonal ring. If he can only succeed depositors thus preventing a run. j
The closing of the bank says: Dalny. The garrison there and 20" i Full ys.!! 11 Fully.. 1
was decided
in Whiniing up the dormant allectiona at Six river steamers are battling 000 Chinese laborers are building! bar Hunting Club J'tK 5- cu ,a
Upon a meeting of the directors last Xelsou 1/oanly; 2 7 V>
; of his followers he will make it es- night, which did not break up until I against the floating ice in the Yukon racks for over 10,000 men. Monogram. Maryland ; :e 00Haun..s /
in serious danger of being In The defenses 44" '5 #-j
o'clock this caught to the north of Tallest I >
eetdiugly lively for the bojs.-Sanford morning. At that houi Social Drops s 00 J I.DD
none of the officials such positions that they will be crushed Wan are being strecgthened.; : .------ .
would .
Chronicle. statement and locally! the outcome make ol a next spring. Unless the river I!i EXPRESS n &'. rnA"1,i to.tvwi; :l. _

clears itself of i ice: for a few days none Was Conscience Stricken : .
1 HEARST IN ATLANTA. the until meaning the was not generally known of these boats will be able to : New York, Oct. 21.-Collector of c Oar 1P.fl'rn".P, 15: vfirs+ smv ;..rl1! inl++'U"g,, /

M -- at 9 o'clock.receiver's notice was received their destination. Port Stranahaa iiis received tram a &,..........----y4..A..AAA.A.A.A.A.......aaa...iaaiotan.ss

Atlanta is about to receive as hr The condition is -
It is unprecedented s
a United States
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guest William Randolph Hearst, reprcfctmative United States deposits. depository The and early in the year. Ttree of th westera :

stock ol tteamers owned by the White 'Pass the age of 19:) I came *;ith >cy parents <
in congress! from :New the company has been subjected
to reported and Yukon to settle In this
are now on their country. Coming into
$ ,Y proprietor and ow nor of threeof declines on the Pittsburg exchange way
this up the Yukon from Dawson with 150 the port of NAV.- York te September,

the world's greatest newspapers;a sold down from week. On Monday II passengers each. They may not be IS.'O, with nir: tat"er v.e: smuggled
115 to 85, but was forced
Able to proceed than broadcloth whIch cost in Great Pn.
a third
man Mho U known from one end of up again to 101. All
day yester'd'3.Y or halt of the distance. They have ain! some $20 to make a suit. Thic.
the to the other for his It sagged and the
country pro- closing quota I
tons already been two days making 5<> afterwardsOI'e.. Pe-s! tell met
grensive enterprise and who is generally were 80 bid and 85 asked. ThE miles against the running ice. 1 what the duty would; bf. U'oa...
course of the
stock has ,
regarded as a candidate for the attention and attracted much these boats fall to get through their like to settle. "Tae cc.l;!"(:tsr give T: 1 1 1p ,

numerous adverse reports passengers will have to walk hundreds the information and his receive1: : ; a fd 1 Cor.fetica: V
democratic nomination for president were in circulation,.but they werE \\ \\syy
of miles. Many are not postal money order+ for $:0 ins amcjnl *
warmly .
-, 7> hft'sour V "V5tie
promptly ac tn rr-- ec x lii-t.
the United States It Is fully denied by Pro si f l }
:: .scarcelyneceiwary clad and extreme of duty and interest. 1
; dent J. A. Langfitt. He stated suffering would L,7/ if! Y.re s<- ten n god orJer r, u:ir.g V ''. V\ !
to state that Atlanta will yesterday result from such exposures. \ i. +. i

evening that the bank had suffered The mails and several! hundreds of Savings cf 32 Yea- LWffl FILLS I
extend to this! distinguished gentleman ) only one possible loss-that ol 1 AiJ't;
of New .
gold shipments are on Ycrfc. Oct. :21? -Patrick 5fa-

and his party the heartiest welcome 1 Eastern$140,000 which it held in notes on the board these steamers. Five White haney of Lerbj, Conn., ua. ..u ':i .c { Ail;a u IG PELLETS
not only because! of his prominence i- company of Dayton; 0. Pass and two Independent Indian his old home in Ireland with $:i.uu' t \
That company is In the hands of a i and :;lot blood, good digestion and good health will t iii ; .
iu tbe public eye today, but receiver, and a plan of reorganization steamers are tied up along the river representing the savings oi 22 yetr the roses intr hetks.: Ramon's Uver Pills cad 1/ '
between White Horse and as a farm hand. His /

Dawson wares
ftko because the people here recognize is being worked out, he said, and the bound this way. They are carrying was $12 a month and tczrd generally In a+t Tonic Pellets gr.uy assiat nature. Free uTe!e atockleL d /

bank's loss on that dealers, urjta to .
at or ,
account I
la UUachievernets a spirit aklD small may be 2,000 tons of cargo each. The numoor the 32 years he had but thee emploj t

to that which has enabled them to The closing of the Federal National of passengers Is mot known here. ers anr: took only six days ,'ff. Hiexpenditures : Bratr IV 11iF0. CO.'t
Several other steamers : amounted to '44">
are fighting an Nea Vork cadGreeneville
build this city from the ashes bank had apparently but
up little et.feet
with the ice at various points along average of less than 12 cents a ;'"ont i. ,
on the local
kherman left here forty years ago. stock exchange. Trade the river. This money he spent prinripa'.jy; : :: for Tenn.
lag was light, but firm, at about I
The people of Atlanta will, therefore terday's closing quotation. yes- newspapers. Mahaney said he La.: I
No deal SHAFT TO BILL NYE. enough to live on comfortably antwolli
have! an opjiortumty to meet ings in any of the local bank stocks never work again.

c IDe of thiii nation's leaders in her were recorded during the first hour'2 Sunshlnsrt Will Enact
trading. In a general ;
: jiolltirn and social progress. He in officials way banking Noted Humorist. President Grants 'Pardons
of the city feel
confident thai ashington! Oct. 21.
turn will meet a people in thorough the Federal National bank's troubleswill KaleSgh. N. C., Oct. 21.-The president presidenthas

*ec /M with| his own ideas of our' be confined to itself and will nol) of the North Carolina division the commuted sentences to of expire Marion immediately Marshall. POST OFFICE imro STOUE. O('.U..,. 1'1.\
disturb any other finan tin] institution Intern at Ion Sunsbiners, Mrs. J. N.
tlonal advancement and the Cincinnatus\ Racines and Burton
occakm Receiver Cunnigham Ramsler! of Hendersonville, announces Harper
thinks it
may coal miners who
cannot fall to be productive of be two or three days before he that her order will erect a monument were convictedin
can West Virginia of
resisting United
mutual advantage We shall see a make a statement of the bank's condi over the grave of "Bill Nye" States deputy marshal. a We Want
They j
tion. which is in one of the mountain coun were
man who bas already made his way ties and which is now unmarked. sentenced on June 11, 1803, Marshal ji

to the front through works involving Has Amended Its By.Laws. The Sunshiners ID this state were and Harper to imprlsonmen for ei;. i

iMiibiou expenditures of energy Chicago, OcL 22.-''he Americas the first to make this plan. The order months five and months Racines in the to imprisonmentfor Every Grower in the Stato
Surgical Trade is now in thirty-six states i county
association havingover
aid eutr rj:ri e, and he will see a people in session JaiL
To Have Our Books."FLOIII1)A
here has 200,000 members.
amended its by-laws so as tc ---- ., .
tucked by the eame qualities of prevent physicians and medical stu Mrs. Nye, who now lives In Chicago Archbishop Kain's Funeral.

rharactrr and striving for the same! dents from obtaining large discount will visit Mrs. Ramsler for save St Louis, Oct. 22.-Funeral services

end and by purchasing their instruments .ral weeks. for the late Archbishop Kain. of this VEGr/r.iltLES." A complete manual on PI' .rMn ,_.

aeconlplitments.The through surgical medical colleges and diocese, who died last week in Baltimore LOKIDA OlU\<;is.; lU.k <>f S"al) interest toOniwr Oro..,.

tilt of William Randolph! hospitals. The discount which has Yellow Jack Frightens Them. were held today. Cardinal Gib- 'FLOKIUA STimVJtEItltlKS: ,"" Booklet on "j* il, Va......., (''ulU .

..,. Atlanta feel heretofore been Laredo, Tex., Oct. :21.-Since the bonds celebrated re' -.- valion and I Fertilization.
we sure, Is to allowed to these institutions pearance of ap the pontifical high "-IKISII POTATOES' Booklet on "Soil Seed, PUntUnr, KUwtcTtilizer" ,'a. 'I.
Uan will be continued yellow ever at a point In requiem mass and Archbishop Keane "
event of more than passing but purchases Digging!: and Fhicping
must be restricted to then north Texas the people of Frlo canoe of Dubuque, Iowa, delivered the funeral "PIXEAPPLE IiiM: 'II-I/.INC." Of peelal: intone ot V* lyla.appie t
loiorUuc to both the and ty have
| guest the become so frightened *
that Gr' .ir
necessary equipment. An agreement sermon. Burial was at Calvary, >wer

ixwt.-Atlanta Journtl. was also made to abolish the liberal they have refused to permit interns alonside the grave of Archbishop Ken- "IDEAL FLRTILIZElSLookok_ should all our ttfrp.salt ...... utalysestpriees I

"Witch tile discounts allowed in the past; and t tional and Great Northern trains to rick who was at the head of this arch- etc !

Kidasys result will be an increase in the prices run through the county. There will diarese for many jears and who preceded !.

"Worn they are affected life is in of instruments.To be no trains into Laredo tonight un Archbishop Kain, his coadjutor. !

danitrr1 ..). Dr. Abernethy, the l less the matter is later arranged. In The ceremonies were attended by New andltcri'! (>(1 Fditloll! ol.tbotcJtt.t1'ub. ;
the Ii! ho event of trains being :
ltTert KnglUh ohysidau. Foley'sKitlo. Restrict Coal Production. stopped the zany people.

..,. Cur make* bound kidue Ira. New York, Oct 22.Officials of them food apply; will be cut off and much
foremost suffering will ensue. City May Abrogate
IVwIcifllc Drug Htore bituminous coal Contracts.
of Opelika, Ala., Oct. 22. WILSON &
Pennsylvania and West Virginia Dynamite Is Placed on rracx. -Thety TOOMEfi; FERTILIZER COMPN

The iUrlauna Tluies-Courier gives declare, according to The Herl thai Missoula, Mont, Oct. 21.-It ha* developed council has before it the question of
they have determined to abrogating the contract of the city of JACKSO\V1TIE, 1'LOUII.t..tgeuht.JUST .
Ib* 'following )picture of its section. adopt stringent two sticks of dynamite with the telephone
measures to curtail production were found by section and electric companies .
men the
Tbt farmer of thhmction are pros- because of the demoralization said ism mouth of Hell Gate canon on the The Bell telephone system J _

young M utter before. It la a co exist in the trade. Efforts alreadj Northern Pacific's track east of the is in use here with about 200 or more -

Isaa right to .e* mowers, rakes, have been made, but so far have been city Sunday Just before the passageof subscribers date and ,inefficient.and the service is! out of RECEIVED
to prevent the The electric
over-production bj east bound
passenger train.
bhltt.h and other labor having delc persuading the individual company has a modern and
Armed expensive
operators tc guards are now patrolling the
.. *. on farms now. A fchort voluntarily restrict pla t but its continual run of
production. K a distance bad
very canyon of nearly 10 miles.
luck has OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Ikalou
caused it %
will tbt'.... tuninous coal that was selling in this to give dissatisfaction -
ago thing were a curio,] the
lettuce of most reliable sped farmers
4 market a year ago for $8 and there is much complaint w. r..1ed
!jr to a vast majority of citizens.Tb or $9 a too Alleged Big Theft. Petitions States. Cabbage Onions .
our will now bring only $2.25 to $2.75 s Boston, Oct. 21.-An elleged theft to the council are about to Turnips, Cueutnbefft, ..
ton. of $20,000 from the Boston result in the contracts being broken. Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kirxU of F...
H. Augunlioeltecord says hat Cnion lasfNo"ember
and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

rt|*>lU how. that the callage was revealed today wheEl n Coach Barn Burned. Be to write
crop in Augusta Receives 6,825 Bales. mer E. Leavitt of this city, was arraigned New York, .Oct. 22.-Fire has guttedthe sure see or us before you buy yowr Nliily 1

|4*t.. In tUfcorthi I. a failure fin Augusta, Ga.. Oct. .-Augusta'J in court charged with the Corn for spring.
coach barn
and stables of the estate
utjUtbIJ1.ollda! grown cabbage w 11 cotton receipts Tuesday were 6.3SJ deed. Leavett pleaded not guilty, and of C. Ledyard Black, near Pea
bales, the largest in the history of the was held for a hearing Nov. 4, in ball
probably bring pack, N. J., causing a toss of
a satisfactory price. Augusta cotton exchange. of 5000. $100,000
f The Ocala
i .. 1t .. The horses were saved. Seed Store.AGE -


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HOSTS IN NEW YOift. Travelling Crane_ Collapses WHISKEY HOUSE,

Plates Had Been Pu11e-

at Pittsburg, Pa.A From the Rails Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.


[Crusade For Regenerating of the Negro Flagged the Train Just efore j re
Men Were at Work Cn Bridge When I
It Arrived at the Trestle Where the .. II II I
the Traveling Crane
Dropped an.
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Fish Plates Had Been Removed. ,_.. _
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Metropolis. Fell Go S..d *nl/that Few Had Timeto --T

Escape.PiiUburg:: Chattanooga. Oct. 2Q.fieon.dish attempt | cL :.::: i I ::-r- :::.
made : = I ;2 J. It
as to viredw: a passenger .
Pa. Oct. 20.-Nineteen f ; < Q...
train rail I .
yesterday on the : So:: :; a = ...
men were killed, two _
are missing ant.four
way between Atlanta and Chattanooga i cc 9a 5

SPECLAL TRAINS were badly hurt this mcrntoj bj At a point near Pallas, Ga., a freight :-:: 0 o I 'z: :- i
WEUE RUN. the collapse of a traveling crane on -
went through a trestle resulting in z..: ; .re's.
the FitUburg end ol the nfIW V"alisj : ::. tr 0
A .
the loath of Fireman Roy Fagala.! .
railroad bridge over Uie Jlonongaiiela I .;." _
\ negro flagged the passenger just before I "
river. 0;
it arrived at the trestle. .
1IdlsoQ Square Garden Will be Headquartersof The dead: Investigation developed that the fishplates U- I
William _
C. Fleming. I
had been pulled Ann the rails a
Chum Wells, of Herron Hill. }'.\310 'S ANII1A' ER' nrscll BEER .
of He Hosts for Most of the Time The freight was not due to arrive at : _
They James Mo-Loud. of Eraplin. that time hence the conclusion that -
Frederick Su'.ltejor, Homeeteal.Jimci FINE WINEO. V/HInKIES and BRANDIES.
the attempt was to wreck the pas
My$3,00 Rye or Bourbon at.-.-.-..-.. $1.75 My${.oo Gin at_ ... ._ .
Campbell, of Philadehla.Fran -- '}
I are iij) the City. sen ear. The "When Johnny Comes My 2 50 -_.. _?. i'oo My 2.oolortbtaroltua Corn at.... !..
:V Dalby, of Nwcitle.Kitliiiger. : Marching Home" was aboard My 3,00 .............. ... 2.56 My 2.50" .. M.t'll Dew Cora at.. 2...
company .. .
Wmlam of Sheridan. My 4.00 _....._......__-" J.co My 3.00" .. ....
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the passenger. My a.oo Gin at _._.._ 1.75 My 4.00' .. .
*. IX*. >* t .La.'er the dtrliJ Y''o tnxlle* are a't the morgue unidentified My 2 S O" ...?___..............??.?....??. 2.oo' My 4.oo New England Rum at........_ !|."*

lea .t w. a-t --' .ii>Li lour halh':tsad FATAL I ACGPEHT I! OHSOOIHCF.H : oca of them is thought to b<' DYNAMITERS MAKE THREATS. The Jug and Keg Trade 31adc u Special Feature. I

,.'!' &..<.- *" *.* Jot!:n .lIJt.: that of VfllMim! Hampton of New York Io sending your orders always end enough to corer the cost of j jug*. Hilf-gatloa Jap. 1 fry frygallon
IJarl The missing: Letter jug.lsc-J- allon jug,25:;J-gallon jug,jjc; kegs.Jl.I s
arrtr.ckrs. Great Northern Receives
it tkwle ;t.ji..u Road sell more whiskey and better than house in
any Floridabecame I give (ood.l*
lb ,..,,;IJ oa u.0 l&liizuore &:::1.. [ r RAILWAY Eilwari Jlorria.: Levying Blackmail. e goods and full measure, .
; 'Philip Morris. Helena: Mont, Oct. 20.-According atrtalorderwilteonrineeyouthat"we are the people. Termtcath withtheordei.
(b'ie riiuo; l early t)11y to PUt.clltJf Youra.anatoustoplese. T r" TTT
The icjurw. J. ED ARDS. ; I
it a vrti&Utf: fur the re&;uuoapus well-authenticatod reports thE vY
If et t i 4at'ulu Passenger s nd k'ixod Trains: Adolph YC3:>urg. of Duquesne. Northern 'Pacific Railroad company is

chwrlul &d happy Frank hoover Allegheny! recovery not alone in its troubles with the -dynamiters -- --
& Collies
Ia Y1tg'inb boubtfu4.W4JLtam.
aa.t alit .!i!* though it has so far beer:

tr4r 1V/ .*cJ *i at ta\J battery: an FOUR Afti UEPORTtD KILL D. Jay of Beaver Falls. the only sufferer. Have you seen our"BABY
It rote Warta. Ulj (orjLj ualLsonMare A. J. Fovrtef Iud :98. Paterson N. For several days there have been s

Garden. J.. left foot eruiiod.Th number of Great Northern secret set
Those Killed Ware Conductor AtwaJI, Gauss of the accident had not vice in Helena and it
men and vicinity
|u a u *' UW flat! car sunod tilt
I fcmi oa botru iia binding a hyniricrutd Flagman Dillon: and: Fireman iin- been ascertain up to 11 o'clock. The has developed that their mission is tc

bridge 1% of the cantilever pattern, and locate who has Solll!
try to the
chair person
ar' a lUe of curiousfrrjttu ; : ipyctlterEga and a Railway Mail Clark.Phy&lciar.
is b.ing cocstruotal by the American the ktter blackmail. -
Hr' ruusd L1u.e: w alting1tid.. company a levying .
Were Sent to Srewi of
Bridge company for the Wabash rairoa.1. !- .
It. t Men. In the IXwU4UiMiuUi d
tbemBUB Wreck. Just when the letter was receive!
jut: tracts among
Tha men had been at work on thePittsburg by the Great Northern no one in authority
1'U w.e All drosjad In a ucvfena I
Washlcgtcn. Oct. 20.-\ telegram: ;
end, but a short time this will\ say or who it was addressed U
[ re._: .111' that worn by the : tr
was recalTaJ at the headquarters ol
: mooting when suddenly the traveler to; but it is known such a letter OSTRIOl"IES".i
tsfio/ Ftat. lufiwry. The wojuecJ the Southern railway in this city today which te projootad beyond the finished has been received. The letter was 4-r y'11 ,., ,,.r' r I

i w uar utl.orms. stating that a passenger tmlllan.1 part of U-.i brtlga. dropped and fell. mailed at Cascade and it demands
TN ir Vii srutrM the ferrybous* : a mix,.1 train collided at Keys-
landing on a seetion of the bridge, the payment of $15,000.) The raUroad
rf1f W Urff9 lint tt blu':kod the vllle Vs., at 6:15: o'clock this more wtktl W&t1 being! placed in position. Sunazpect company was commanded to fly a signal
ttwt ui i-ollie drOVe the sptvatori
| Ing. Conductor Atwell. .
1; and sudden was he crash if it aoc"ied to the demand andwas
ti IIJ tl'l! ("nrb. Oae of thafv a+> Ion, and Fireman Daniel Piachan wet! that few ot the ",'orb'Kon on the wrecked given until Tuesday evening, Oct

af ti. party was tie junior choir killed, as was also ona railway mai. section! '
wino wcrtned in time to es- 20, to comply. If it did not comply!
W.UIIIIt aUjut SO little boys clerk.
Mp.a. then :the amount of the blackmil
T1e, u. ft'fti'! a drum and: fife )
e oorjf Oaa negro passenger' suffered a br The feJHcg tuba laiulad on top would be raised to $30,000, and tc
/f >|R m u. 4rt1'll""4 ia khaki 4n.llorms.ftrf the
en arm, and was badly cut about a barge load of steal anchored at the show that business was meant, dynamite
| rr int of the pirty wer otil face. C. D. of the
Farmer engineer plat wJ serrwal of the workmen there would be used on the rails. In
L.1 cbil.lrei: of til ivationalltlb! passenger train, had his ankle broken were carried down
stead of displaying the signal the They are very interesting, as also our fine stock of
pnI.. hiaueif.! arrlroj In his ape and was badly bruised. John MaTtshe, who is a blacksmith's railroad company sent its detectivesto

'c61! trail a the Gran4 Ontral stndkepx'.ntlaj Fireman Jackson, of the same train heiar employed at the city machine Montana to try to ferret out the Ostrich Feather Goods

"t It. the crowds" wbc was severely cut about the head. poop. happened to be on the Mononga- writer of the letter. Our catalogue is "yours for the asking."
.tvye awalttnj blni at the Wtt Short Daggagemaeter) Tyler, of the mixed 1w1a. wharf waU-hlng the mon at w..

yades14 nary, his train baring oomlAJtoBJ train, had a shoulder disla+ated. when the aocUent occurred. McTlghe, CASHIER LIEMER UNDER ARREST.Said THE FLOP0 OSTRICH FIRM Inca I

ftta over the HuJaon Rivet Engineer J. D. Tyler, who ws* a pas. fai giving a dsacription of the acci ,

-'/iriakn. II.. prlrat carriage was longer on the mixed train waa severely dent. saM: to Have Confessed to ForgeriesAmounting Jacksooville, florida.

Irsli4aj him at the Wo.t Shore de bruised. "The man were preparing to ram in

pat .IC the Zi m l vlw with bU bar The telegram stated that physicianshad one of the pins on the bridge when the to $69,000.

U4 two :il at taau took a putoUc been tent to the scene of t-- acdient took place. Before I knew Chicago, Oct. 20.-A special to The .... ... l
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lack to tit hotel. A number of bii wreck. what had happened. I saw the entire Tribune from Princeton! Wis., says: aMore I

eq pars.) Krwtat Mr. !>>.la, but top of the traveler collapse and theneat J. E. Liemer, cashier of the Princeton I
IUr vis IlttI t>Jcm: >atrstlon.Auxi WRECK ON M. & 0. ; minute the men were f4'ing State bank, has been arrested and Than a

.r miD bringing Dr. Duvle'i through the air. taken to Dartford by Sheriff Ogilvie

anff"'U kid )rertoualy urittIJ Ot Two Freights Collide With Disastrous "0515 of the men who fell from the where he is now in jail. State Bank

tt. N" York Central train Results. top of tiro structure alighted on his Examiner Marcus G. Bergh last night

Ou lMKlr d of the ivlfltn wbc Memphis, Oct. 20.-A special to heal on the barge and rebounded several stated that Liemer had confessed that DOLLARS
salted U the city via the I'unniylra The Scimitar, from Jackson, Tenn., feet, ailing into the water. His the forgeries amount to 69000. $ $

' eta rsltros.4 (*rry. *.1 met by A & orf < says that a dangerous freight wreck crushed body was taken out later. One The Princeton State bank is closed F

WitnJIaf hou, k"rpere. They occurred near Wheelers, a small stAtion man was at work some distance above and the Montello State bank of which

Y .ft htrried In rsU or trolley cars tc on the HoMIe and Ohio railroad the barge, having hold of one of the Liemer is vice president, has been or

SI&4ta.4a fcjtur Oird n.LIs early today. These men were kilted rope which was used in hoisting. Htf dered by the state officials not to open of Florida Capital guar-

a.\441 son. Dowia was mom u follows: managed to escape and I saw him its doors for business today.

.ut.4 V fcU Mite, Carl F. Stern, cblf Engineer W. T. "Perry. about the place later. Speculation ta grain. Liemer says antees this pure vege-

_lee of Ztofl City, and Dr. Ma Fireman G. A. Smith. "'S hen the traveler snapped the was the cause.

*./ AU rnistemi at the Plaza bo Fireman Frank Blackman. hoisting engineer realized what / !a.: State Senator E. D. Morse Is president table remedy to cure or -

W. Tie dead men were from J ("bn. taken place. He opened the whistleof of the 'Princeton bank.

W.... m Square Garden, which Is tc The wreck was: caused from a collision MF nrine; and blew a loud warn Bank Examiner Bergh said that th< money back. f

If tkf kMd aaners of the host for between two freight trains. ing. This continued until the breaking condition of Mr. Liemer's business

It4tt .( the time they are here, waiownjM sections of the bridge threw his made it imperative for him to order

... by l.O-w citizens of ZIon Far Eastern Situation. team pip-*, out of gear. His warning the Montello bank closed. Mr. Lie

t taq "MCt.-J at the entrance ao London, Oct. 20.-Th{ Japan,* H however had been heard by foreman mer is the heaviest stockhoVler in that

u.-aauea card bearing the photo ration here attaches no Importance to William Riddle and the seven bank, holding about $17,000 of stocks Cures: ;

pta* if thf holder and every person the report?? laniiss: : of Japanese men at work In the barges: underneaththe in the tsro banks together. C'utarrbal affection, of the t IT

l_ *,\ ""fKliy scrvtinlirt by Genera troops it Pins Yang Corea or to the bridge. They scarmbled to the Liemer is quoted by the bank ex nasal bronchial # c 4

r 1t lliiMl AU bad eipocteJ to brea alleged!! concentration of Japanese planks and most of them got ashore. aminers as having told them that th passages, r '

bat it tk, |tr4.fl, but It bid become forces in the neighborhood of Hako One of the men In a hasty flight i money secured irregularly he h* tubes, lungs, kidneys,

' lt...4k.. to make prorUlon today foi date, Japan.: The legation says there rfom one of th egangwajs and had to spent in grain speculation, principallyin bladder and stomach. wD .

Mf fc.iii before 3 p m. and they left is every reason to believe that the swim ashore. f Chicago. AlsoNervous $' .

KM ti-.u.s IB s* rrh of a ml'al11l thea.tieevk situation has not changed materially

: r"taiiraats.ftrwBd slice last week's reassuring officials FATHER'S INHUMAN ACT. Edson's Defalcation.New .

f leal4Ne9 the entrance to the telegram from Tokio and the opinion York Oct. 20.-Rev. Dr. John .

: Ivies ...rt Ue Zion members each was expressed; that the czar's appointment With Clawhammer He Kills His Thre' P. Peters of SL Michaels Protestant

.t Ife.sy Is a black uniform and a black cf a special committee to consider Children. Episcopal church has announced that
the east would tend to Asheville, N. C., Oct. 20.-Dr. J. V. the 'defalcation of the church funds Indigestion
I, $154 tap t On the tip just abov affairs: '
1 &* t' u .M a gait dine and under limit the powers of General Alexiefl, Jay, a well known physician, of Bun by Henry T. Edson, treasurer of the di- -X-)
combe county, living at Barnardsville. Consumption, or any
._ Ut r4 Mstitd In fill letter. "pa the viceroy of the far east. parish, who killed Mrs. Fannie Pull-
20 miles north of Asheville killed wit'a seates or the mucuouslrj
and then committed suicide several :
ttw en Q
U the twit they wore wttU A # _,
.. Mm ew wr4 strap but Instead off Trailed SO Miles and Catpured. clawhammer his three children, agei. months ago amounted to $59,000. 01 membranes. i i 1 Y, ,. 1't"
2 6 -
and /
f 1 ltii,. I trappd IHWe W st 'Point, Ga., Oct. 20.-Harry years.It this amount $10,000 the rector stated |I
Is said that Jay had been drinkIng has been returned to the church C '
Ad whe wtakd were assigned to Newton who killed Sam F. Lacy wit by
. Ala. heavily for nearly two weeks, : the wife of Mr. Edson in making over 0 1?
s1Mwa. Ie a.arby boarding houses an ax at Weumpka, was captured -
Sunday night forced his wife to leave to the church two life insurance
Robbins poll
Sheriff ,
r ....*a.e. a Ntg the arrivals was here Sunday by home.
**. Za bead, BttBit>.rln( 28 mem of Elsicre county, Alabama who ha Jay returned (Sunday cies. A part of the remainder will Asa Tonic
morning ad
bKL trailed his 60 miles through the was preparing fall upon a bank through its liability
tn 4 r..**J la a bright green quarry when
' bloodhounds. There her husband attacked her again in connection with the forgeries. t t 'H
'... country with
sa A"'I the moat promilkM -
and ran her out of the house. it gives ppetite, builds MANUFACTURED CNlYBY j f
feet .< who were rewards amounting to $tOO forewtl'a
arrived today warl2i.r
She started for a neighbor's to get Report Emphatically Denied. the system, banishes tbat 4TROP1CALNANUFACTUR1NWJG[
.0,.. arrest.
F Lie, general recor
jet .f W Moa restoration host, whd help and left the children crying on Baltimore, Oct. 20.-The published tired feeling, makes the ACKSCNViIIE, ,
porch. report that he would shortly resignhis weak and
kt <*.*k of U. rostoratloa move Pilot Boat's Unique Experience. strong happy.
Jay soon returned with a? present place to succeed President
.... aft!l uvff the world. Others who San Francisco. Oc. 20.-The pilot
ante, but too late to save the children Baer of the Reading. 'President Loree,
had unusual experience
Itlbw *err fairUt H Uarnard, for boat Pathfinder an
..tIp I Cfcu Wake, and BOW genMAttsier while cruising off the heads the whose lifeless bodies were found of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad em- Sold and Guaranteed by Postollioe! Drug! Store, Anti-Mo*
I lying on the porch. phatically said today that the report Store C, E. and T. 1\". Troiler.
Mat .*...-.*! for DoI; Revv other night in a dense fog. A large After iiupoly Drug Taylor
committing the deed
Jay went was unfounded.
1f. 0 IN.U*. rka UIn of the Zion Cock of wild ducks making for the into the house and attempted to set
..... harbor collided with the mainsail o': -
bit their J
wears ; it on fire, but the men who returned X
Broughton Declines Call.
.' the schooner and a large number fe:
.nut to has charge of the trans
with Mrs. Jay rushed in and

twy?e1wM arraajrmeate. and EldersUdWa : dead birds or were stunned secured on the to provision deck. Enough the him and extinguished the overpowered flames. Broughton Atlanta Oct.pastor 20.-Rev.of the Baptist Lem Tabernacle G. C. I. G RAe E.

bbl thy. .
1 ,
81 ChkagoM'teyetl
larder for some time to come. Jay was then bound hand and foot and of this city, has declined the

k sheriff Reed notified. call made a few days ago to go to Boston

Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through Hi: The sheriff carried Jay to Asheville. to take charge of a church there. Successor to Central Lumber Co.

Police Nabbed HIm.t. Hand. His decision to stay In Atlanta is balled .
$ York. OctW.-nrry Clayton Drowned Herself and Babe.
box J. C. Mount .
While opening a with delight by his congregation.
tt fr .... aid claiming So Fran- 2T. Y. tenpenny Haleyville. Ala.. Oct. 20.-Mrs. Columbus Dealer In
of Three Mile Bay, ran a
riwe M kis home, bu fallen Into Gentles, of this place committed Second Marriage Ceremony Necessary

t*. ....... .f Ik* potk here. He livHI nail through the fleshy part of suicide Sunday morning by drown. New York. Oct. 20-Although they Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,

tIrfjd bating aanoytxj omen of bis band. "I thought at once of ing herself and her twomonthsoldbaby were lawfully married by priest and Siding Lathe Shingles and Brick.
and soreness this would years ago in Newark and have raised ,
$4qu elf the IliJland home acA all the pain in a water tank on the North i
Ot'ateleet and call me," he says, "and Immediately a large family. Ceasar Pinselll. a Manufacturer of
u>rU by staging cause Alabama railway. She took the In. i
&j h tMa troutlat open windows applied Chamberlain's Pain fant during the night and without a prosperous fruit dealer, and his wife Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

w too .t.l.g rooms. Clayton refused Balm and occasionally afterwards.To wrap walked a mile and a half climbed have found it necessary to remarry. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

** Mi*.tt .tl tvadurt. Tte hotel del my surprise it removed all pain a 1Q-fe<;t ladder to the top of the The second ceremony was made nes- Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

aiie.. aiKTt tie has been loin and soreness and the injured parts tank and Jumped in. The bodies were essary by failure to have the one 21 and
Lumber and fill orders for
R+w.s1 .....Ir performancest alonjM healed. For sale by all recovered. It is believed the woman years ago duly recorded in the office ol receiving can any quantities
/! were soon the city courk. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
*mie for several days druggists and medicine dealers m had grown suddenly insane.


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EIG THINGS DOING IN FLORIDA. It's For You PEACE MAY YET BE |fyqpfa To Cure a Cold .in One Day CureaCrtpbTwoDtyt.. .

latfustrlal and Naval Stores Items

Gathered Here and There.J. I BROKEN IN_FAR EAST Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .A 'J on every

I.. Conoley and M. M. Smith Seven Million boxes sold In post 12 months. This Signature (9.

bate bought the; turpentine plant of Russo Japanese NegotiationsNot :

Alford llros., at Bouhug Green for Making Progress. --- -
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a Mr. Livingston, of North Carolina, .to I Tfe Formula tells the story :

: bu purchased a large' turpentine Japan Determined Have Treaty Set

r farm at Julia, in St. Johns county. tlement With Russia by Which Both Grove's Chronic Chill CureNot K

Mowsrs. Callahau. Boyd and Fort Must Abide or Else Hostilities May

have purchased the turpentine interest Begin Soon a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste made of

of Messrs. Feagan and Norman, The Great health) Drin Berlin Oct. 19.-The negotiations Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

consisting! of 30,000 acres of land with between Japan and Russia according Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

till and other equipments, near Bar. to the views of the situation taken Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLAIt

tow. The purchase price being here is not making progress.
Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.
ghlUt>ti11. Each side, it appears from official
at all Soda Fountains
dispensed 5c. information, will not yield on the essential
The J. P. Williams Company, of The Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, SOc.
HaTknnah, largely interested in naval METTO Syrup is put up for Japan persists in requiring an agree-

stores, baa increased Its capital stock mixing with ice water in the ment that shall now delimit their reapeetve 'I t i

summer time and with hot spheres of supremacy and #
to one million dollars. V\
water in the winter time. Japan declines to consent to the general c
C. A. IJddon and son, Mallory Lid- Specially adapted! to familyuse policy of drift, under which the

don, have bought 12,000 acres of round either as a beverage or a Russian infantry will, the Japanese FERN HILL RYE. I

timber land, that is, timber land that table drink, taking the place W7 steadily bear upon Cores and edge
forward until the time is ripe for ,
bu never been boxed for turpentine of tea, coffee, etc. .
I II I acquiring a part of, or the whole coun-
purport-, located at and near Parish try. Japan as previously cabled THAT GOOD WHISKEY.H. .

p out a few miles from Palmetto. Prices for syrupl-2 pint 25c. from here is determined according to
the German view, to have a settlement
0. L. Williams states that he has 1 quart 75c. 1-2 gallon' $1.35
with Russia by a treaty whereto they ROESNTHAL & SONS Distillers Cincinnati 0.
Sold hU turpentine form on the Little 1 gallon, $.50. both must abide or else-and the ,

Manatee river to Col. C. H. Davis Directions:Two tablespoonfulsused threat is ever in the near background
to a glass of water. -hostiHUes will begin. STRAUSS & CO., Distributors, Ocala, fla
I the gentleman who built the Seaboard -
Costa less than 2c. a glass. This Is the danger la plain view.

Air Line Manatee extension The Japanese. government seemingly

4 and bas also given an option on his TROPICAL WFACTURINC GO. makes no particular concealment from V\

the at Pekln of this .
diplomatic -
corps -
floe place at the mouth of the Little Jacksonville, Florida. -
ittxude, impression being that
one j3rotesatottal.T I I 1
the Ben [!: n-rHIII.
better known
Manatee- as Sold by PoBtofflee Drug Stooe Anti- Japan is merely playing & diplomaticgame ..... ..
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# Ioody place-to the lame gentleman. Monopoly Drug Store, C. E. Taylor and another that the government
nad T. W. Troxler. it in earnest.Russta'e E.BIGGS. I i
f )Ir. Williams is to surrender possession WE EAT MEAT
ever-Increasing! : military
of the turpentine farm Decem- preparations in the far eaet and J* ATTORNEY-AT-LA l I '
't I 'fo Utakae.
tltrflDg. wept
Municipal Ownership.Mr. (Office in Cary-A. new Block.) ,. '.- grow
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pan's nearly completed equipment are .l. '
Chaa. Francis Adams of Boston OCALA. PtORIDA. ;. .t : good meat *t may* ...U M
acqulted regarded as pointing either to a set < .jjf" ; ;. '
: )
: J1' .
member of the great Adams tlement before December or to hostlltties. D. u" -j., ,, it alone I There I_ lo etrftftiih .
Section and the addition of the It FtLLER.- I : ; ':-" .' ....., l'.\
3 orders .
family, writes as follows to Van. Japan's for war ma DENTIST. l5I .-, '; If------.... (,< '1-<" tough meal-Iilrttd ofIH
Williams property consisting! of 8,000 te-ria] were placed in Germany a year r2I -- 1'
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peyma's Democratic Weekly: Over Munroe&Cham'olus Bank. Deals. Fla. I b-: .. -t!. 5.. .,.. fug it takes .tr"IIItIL w diti_.tr
acm, makes him one of the largest ago. and since then have all been delivered I r.' .-: .'1 ." J: .... '
I I can only say that, as the result of or afloat. Fonr Japanese, of I ::r: )...;. r: :;-l. i it. It pa ys to hr rar.hl II i t
land owners in the state. J M. THOMPSON: .. : :!.' J'J!! ;lfr. P
careful official examination on my cers who have boon buying war material rk/t-, t;( :J "f I buying mut-btt ear 10 pt
and EUDerriahig artillery construction PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. : ...r.- ..fJI./ li :'
part I have found in ;, .. '' the U tender alMt co.......
never yet i
: -
_. Saved Two From Death. at } seen Mi Germany for Japan Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp. Montezuma. ?. it, j ( :; :;' ':
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"Our little daughter had an almost Europe anywhere a case of municipal hut Tuesday. OCALA. FLA.EDWIN ...- .J ,flt 1't; ) Pity a littl more if H4 W and

1 and or public transportation worthyof POLICEMAN'S 5rEX t ER. a-= r'J\ : 1ltk.( {:f;" I; rut"\mtolhltJ ln ,..... ..........
fatal attack of whooping cough SLAYER CAUCHT. -- _.
bronchitis writes W. K. Haviland, an instant's consideration as compared ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, I I" .:1 "r .., i'' J $. whit will |MJt ...... ea felt

4 I of Armonk N. Y., "but when all with our own. Whatever com Murderer at of Abbeeville Hans Drasbach S. C. Arrested OCALA. 1-S-y' FLORIDA !! m ....".,, _' <.,'."'.. bones and MTOUK Maul .Ia r.ut

other remedies failed we saved her plaints you make of it-:-private mo- Atlanta Oct. 20.John Harris, the H. CHASE, ,I! lID heart.

) life with Dr. King's New Discovery.Our nopoly and all that-we, here in murderer of 'Policeman Hans Drasbach, J 'I I

niece, who had Consumption in America do things in the transportation was arrested and placed in jail Sunday DENTIST OCALA FIA 1 I f ED WARDS'BROS.Mall .

t aa advanced stage also used the wonderful line which in Europe they do afternoon at Abbeville, S. C. 2 and .i City Market. Oatla, I'la

medicine and to-day she is perfectly The capture was made by Sh ri5 CARLOS SISTRCMv,

well." Desperate throat and not even dream of. Lyon of Abbeville, and Policemen !!1 jijliiiil !. t.5 1IIIAJI1l ,."

lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New Under the circumstances, do not Johnsan and McClane, and W. P. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Ferguson on the Ferguson place near Room 4, Masonic Building Ocala Pla. 5 alii ...
DUcovery as to no other medicine on for sympathy from me in a move-
I Abbeville.Harris I
earth. Infallible for Coughs and ment in that direction.: I I
acknowledged! the crime when! I
Cold 60c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed The fact is, when it comes to handling arrested and there la no doubt that I McMillan Bros
by Antl Monopoly Drug Store, and
private business any and evtry the officers there have the right man. i
Tjdinga & Co. Trial bottle free. m Chief John W. Ball of the Atlanta
government is, in my opinion utter- police force, and Officer Roeser who

Death of Mr. James T. Williams. ly incompetent whether it is water knows Harris well left the city last 4 a FUII
I Ii Southern Copper Works
XIr. James T. Williams of Crystal I system schools railroads telegraphs night! for Abbeville on the 8:10( o'clock
train of the Seaboard Air aaJ
.Klver, died Tuesday morning at one I postoffices or what not. Every time Line -i I I6Qts.
will return with the prisoner today.
o'clock at the residence of his cousin private enterprise would dolt four Harris resisted arrest vigorouslyand $520
Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
Mrs. W. M. Brooks at Tampa times as wtl1. at about half the cost. made an attempt to cut Sheriff I

where_be was visiting. The cause of So far as I know, experience is uniform Lyon with a large knife. It was necessary -
for the officer to club the desperate $4 I
, lib dtath was heoaorrbagic fever. in this respect. Look at our negro into submission with the d : and General Metal Workers.

4 Mr. Williams was 32 years old and school system. It is one mass of jobbery butt of his pistol before he oould secure

: wae well known in this city having from beginning to end. him. .G
1 OldJStills: taken in exchange for new ones. I-.hi..

,i formerly resided here with his moth The politicians and jobbers are nl FOUND DEAD BY TRACK. 12Q9 through the country a specialty. Orders by Mail Itr

1 I fr, Mrs. Mary Williams-Allen. )Ir.I ways worming into them. If you wire will receive prompt attention at etttar of the

'; Williams leaves a wife formerly Miss are looking for another object lesson Jeeup Man Killed In Unknown Man following worksFAYETTEVILLE -

' Aetna Turner of Brooksvilie, and a study the government office ner While In Brunwswick.
printing Brunswick. Ga_. Oct. 20.-J. II
t son and a number of other sorrowing at Washington. Every document Wheeler, a well known citizen of Jes. N. C. SAVANNAH 6A.

t relatives to whom we extend our published lumbering clumsy useless up, was found dead *n this vuat an
sympathy.The costs notoriously twice what it would early hour Sunday morning OQ anoutoftheway JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .
side track on Bay EMet
. funeral occured at Crystal I if issued by a private press. And the Just how the unfortunate man met

River Wednesday.Gained postoftlce. Just look at the system of his death is quite a mystery. His ( E. BLUM & COMPANY i JAS..GRAHAMIreaident. 01-:0.\\.11\-. 1'r t"nI

, Forty Pounds in Thirty Days. fraud bribery and stealing now being only head slightly was touching bruised the while track his but back was I I I

For several month our younger bro brought to light.; was badly crushed. It is thought 517 and 519 ,... Bay f t. The First National Bank

! ther had been troubled with indiges Please don't talk to me of doing that he either fell from a train or went
business to sleep on the track, but there were
tion. He tried several remedies but through governmental ma ,'
Co signs to indicate that he had been Jacksonville, flu.a. OF GAINESI ILLS.
got no ptnifit from them. We put chinery. It is one colossal exhibition drinking.
. ctused some of Chamberlain's Stomach
of waite, extravagance and incom His collar, tie and handkerchiefwere
and Liver Tablets and he com. petence. found lying a few feet away and l .. The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua C uAtr.i .

, nieuced taking them. Inside of thirty in his hand he had grasped the grass

I days he gained forty pounds in flesh Florida Booming. near by. The coroner's jury failed i Capital . . . . . . . . .. . . .IM'. .
lie is now fully recovered. We havea Millions of dollar- have been invested to find any one who knew anythingof Surplus and Undivided gutNs, -
good trade on the Tablets. HOLLEY the affair.JUMPED .
in Florida lands by capitalists Seeds Does exclusively a banking business, with facilUiea ttu.al> IOMJT feMftii in to.
BROS., )Merchants Long Branch Mo. b ',., .. ....
during the few the Kind 19 fctate. Solids the accounts of t'rl"lJ..hl., ( .*> i*I.
For sale by all Druggist: & Medicine past mouths. Floridais FROM TRAIN WINDOW. that Leads Etc. Interest allowed by special arranveiueut. All UK.IU.M

Dealers m entering upon an era of prosperitynever cost more-yield more. transacted promptly
before equaled in her history Mail Pouch Hotter! Under Custody Es- lugs eold freed by ell dealer Annual. 10-17 H. K. T.\\ l.lti{: ( a.i -

The Cost of Patriotism. capes From Officers. postpaid free to nil
Her varied resources are being devel !
applicants.D. -
Philadelphia, Oct. 20.-A. E. Bet
Pensions! to the amount of $10,101 + M. Ferry & Co.,
oped as they were never before, giving ( confessed mail pouch robber anQ neck Detroit, Mich.
000 were distributed in the state of employment to thousands of her forger who was arrested in, Denver, ..........................

Indiana during the fiscal year endiu g Colo., escaped from a Pullman car today
laboring classes. The farmers, too, Just before the train to which it it
June 30 last. This
money was paidto ) i !
report igood crops and good times was attached arrived at the Pennsylvania READ
61,164 soldiers widows
and prosperity seems to be the cry railroad station here. Bell was in
Indiana stands! fourth in the list of custody of two United States deputy
throughout the length and
states in the amount of pension breadthof marshals and was on his way to the Jerry Burnett
the state.-Daytona Gazette-News!. the United States marshal's office in I t The Florida Times-Union I
money disbursed. Ohio ia first, Pennsylvania this city.

second New York third Do You Want to Yawn. lIe made ---J----------- -..
and an excuse to go to the Merchant .
t. Indiana fourth. One hundred and Feel cold shivering, aching in the wash room and after locking himself! REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .
banes lack of in, opened the window
energy headache and and made his DAILY AND SUNDAY.
_. two thousand pensioners! in Ohio great depression? These symptomsmay escape. The police officials were no- Tailoring S One Month postage paid..................S .6e .
draw $15O 6OOO. In Pennsylvania be followed tified. Three Months postagepaid.. .._. I.,. .
by violent headache, Six Months, postage pailS 100
101,161 are paid S13,330,000, and in high fever extreme nervousness One Year, postage .. too
New York condition known Republicans Nominate Hunter. Ocala Florida. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY a1.ITio $1 50 A Y AH
S921: pensioners receive bine as malaria. Her JHddlesboro, Ky., Oct. 20.-The Republican Finest Imported and e Semi-Weekly Fdition .......Six: > Month | ..soSenutteekly .
11756000. cures it. Take it before the disease district EdlUon. .-..... One\ear ice
gets a fair hold convention called to Domestic Cloths. (I .
though it
will t nominate a successor to the late Con
T For a pleastnt physic take Chan work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hep. gressman Bossing of the eleventh All communications and remittances should be addressed to :

berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. kips, Manchester Kan., writes: "1 I trict, divided about midnight on ls.1 Cutting a SpecialtyFits JACKSONVILLE M
$ Easy to take, pleasant ia effect. For have used your great medicine, Her urday when the Edwards' faction Guaranteed. __ .
sale by all druggists and medicine bine!, fer several years. There i ia clared an adjournment to meet at London -=-

dealers m nothing betterifor malaria, chills and: today. The Hunter faction remained

fever, headache, biliousnes and for a in session and after midnight Study at t Nome t'tlllzeyoorsplretime of e.elUDgS gemag a ''i SUBSCRIBE
j blood- nominated Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter who hettereducauo m
Iturifying tonic
there! is Roth Lean more, and y
FOUYSKIDKEYCUREMakea ing received 246 votes to 64 for Ramsey. rain more. With the Tablet Home Study Lessons you need Roc
as good. 50c. Anti Ionopoly leave home or employment to lean Bookkeeping.AP ithmed.
j Kidneys and Blatter R'e'n Drug Stroe, and Tydings & Co. m I.. Ramsey auiescing addressed in the choice.the convention ac- of Ph Algebra.tunas.,,& .Latin Geometry Citcelax.etc. TeacheruidedlopaunamiaatlOllI.(f;"ee,8IIJIU.. Address Rhetoric L.i.HllKS.PaUUU.fU.Literature. ti*ftvrs.ury. ,.........................

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Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
ctor Naval In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Circuit S
Captain; Judicial
anllcmtra.1 A TRIP TO on 8.of Chapter 4888.Laws of tl wid .
: : NAS BEEN UNEARTHED tor lnitej at San BEGQWCRITICAL EUROPE: of the State. of Florida Marion County. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. H.
-c San Juan ?ort liko, Xt. :*!.-Tid ( II f' Chancery. purchaser of Tax Certificate
: ; '- tolwal ; \ Hester Johnson H. J. J. Jahnso: Xo dated the 5th day of
grind:: I 39J3
jury hw foasj itffletmeat Ang
'," aa IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT ', has fled said certificate t
: Makes Bather &.s..lwt (.i..L*n: >r of Or- Reported That Russia and named. J. I. Johnm. be and he is office, and has application for tax deed
government toms AloBao Cruzen. for i hereby: requited: to appear to the bill of complaint to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
having reoeivad embraces the
said following described
in cause on or befoieMuHtiau !
Startling Disclosures. unlawful emoluments for Japan Sever -. Rala.t.ons. :. situated in Marian county. Honda pry
f Bled :smug--'! the 2nJ diiy/ "/ ytiremlxr JL. D. 903. Fourteen chains east and west by 7.4k chains
gouda, and it has indiUed Captain It is furtherordered that a copy af this or- north and south in southeast coruer ot northwest -

: HEADQUARTERS ARE AT 'FRISCO. Andrew Dunlap, U. S. X., 0021maniact : -! TROUBLE. der be published once a week tor four consecutive quarter of northwest quarter Section 7
ANTICIATIONS OF weeks in the Ocala Banner.Oone Township 14. Range 22.
\ of the naval station here, and this September 23rd, iD 1903. The said land being assessed at the date of

That the Has Not Robert Giles, a former contractor in EDWIN SPENCER S. T. SI1-RUNIC, th-issuance of such certificate in the name of
I Ring
i tt IS Alleged Porto Rico Steamehip and Railroad CompaniesAre Complainants Solicitor Cl'k Circuit Court. Mrs Amelia C. Scarborough.
for smussnns. 10-2 by H C Mstrunk. D.C tues saidcer'iSoatessoallbe ac
f. CA>y Acquired Base Land by Dum- Great efforts were rnaJe: before the Repotted To Have Been NotifiedTo If cr law. tax dee wi isue on
he .
you would like to takea ?it day ol 1903.
'- I 'pid and Fraudulent Means but Has Jury to indict Mr. Cruzen oa other B.S In Readiness For Emergencies. trip to NOTICE Witness my omciai signature and seal this theist
charges, but they fsilei isrtit Attorney i day of September, A. D. 1903.
f ;Debauched State Land Officials. Tair Saratoga, S.T.SISTRUNK.

P" tiscrill iumeJiately: aolled J 0 0:t 0 New Tcrk City 1\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNder 9 25 p Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co Fla.
or Ashe. ,
f the inoktwent: i. and by virtue f a certain final decree
i rportlmd. Ore.. Oct. ::.-The Ore- against ilr. Cruzen iLl. ministerial
I Yokohama, Oct. 22.-The 0 vIKe.; nuhout having; to put ; entered by the Hon. W. S. Bullock.judge! ot the
the Q
i \ fonln today says Hawing ill rrement: I conference, naval preparations and J up any of yorr cwn. money, fifth Judicial Circuit of Flonda, Marion couuty, NOTICe i
"The United in chancery,on the 24th day September A. D.
States /1
; ll Hid. "to cause a sensation.: There attorney, not I j I notably the appointment of Vice Admiral write the J.lcksonvile! Me- 1903 wherein S. A. I.amb is coraolaiiiant and Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 ol

has unearthed: aIteUltU having been advisd ct thi$. i knltet; 0 ) trqvli Henry Goodrich is defendant pending in the
i for
.Ttt government ment ani Toga known as a "fighting admiral particulars. Fifth Judicial Circuit, Marion county. Florida 'hapler 4888, Laws of Florida. 3
"Iac4 gratf that has being fully convinced that': IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ring in chancery. I the undersigned special masterin YOTICF
standing squadron PETe
the testimony! : to command the .& Co
business! in I produced before the chancery appointed therein t} execute said .vurhaer of tax
tca crryin& on a : every grand jury have led to a renewal of the anticipations final decree will on No 39" dated the 5th day of Augs. A. 1>.
upon which this !
'il tim>rlld area on the Pacific blope indictment "'".I/d,1111 Jtl day of Xiirtmltr. A A w>}. 901 has filed said certificate in and
f. was based was false, corruptly abn I| of trouble. between the hours of 11 a_m. and 2 o'clock. p. has mrde application lor tax deed to issue in
fill rUS has not only acquired 'based eated and Some decided., developments in the L m. in front of the south door of the court house according with law. Said certificate embrace the '
by dummies! and other fraudulent instigated for purposes oJ ; in Ocala Marion county Florida, sell to the following described property situated in Marion
spite and revenge, considers that justice -j crisis is expected shortly. 1E highest and best bidder for cash. the following county. Flonda to wit:
meant it has debauched state landjjlclaii. requires 1 The steamship: and railroad compa \ : METROPOLISCARTER described mortgaged premises. to-wit: Suthwet quarter of southeast quarter tec-
making them hirelings or a prompt dismissal ci The eat ballot the northeast quaiter of the lon township iS, range 20.
the indictment: with a record and a : Dies are reported to have been notified southwest quarter and the east half ot the said land being assdssed at the date of
in the business it has maintained % RySSELL the issuance of such certificate
; ,truer be in readiness for southeast ouarter of the northwest quarter of in name o
cf the
methods employed tc I S. W. Layton. Unless said certificate shall
i5. south of
In the general land office &\ section it. township range 21 east. b
mislead the grand jury. The di&tr:: : i: PuBLISHINGC'OI le>'s fifteen acres sold to James Sanders in redeemed according to liw tax deed will
;J: !f WuUBCtun agents whole duties were JACKSONVILLE. FLA Marion county, Florida or so much thereof as thereon an the nth day of C\"embc. A. P.
attorney i
fully believing in the innocence
1'A information about proposed may be necessary to satisfy said final decree
tI ( W,"Ink" ol the defendant, nolla prossequi I! London, Oct 22.-A report was in and costs of suit. CARLOS L.SISTRUNK. Witness my official signature and seal this the
1 Kwrres and other profitable matters If 10 a Special Master .n Chancery. 3rd day of October, A. D. 1903. .
i is therefore entered. circulation on the Stock Exchange today NOTICE; S. T.SI5T CXK.

j Ud by use money has infiuonce.1 No action will be that the negotiations between 09 Clerk Circuit Court :Manon Co., Fla.
taken in the Dun
of Application: for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of NOl ICE.
boundaries It
of to -
slicing reserve lap and Giles case for several days j i KuhSia and Japan had been broken off. Chapter 4SS3, Laws of Florida -

.ta Interests. Captain Dun.'ap is on duty at Sanj i I but the foreign office officials here I 15 HERKBY GIVEN THAT J C. NOTICE OF PETITION FOR SCHOOL 4-

,: Tt. central figures or this conspir- Juan. He reiused said today they had not heard anything I NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. DISTRICT AT MOSS .
1 said to be in San Francisco. to talk on the filL I 570. dated the sth day of April. A. D.. ivjj! and \V. Carney. purchaser of Tax Cer 1 ,
KJ in ter. Mr. Giles is In Europe. i I Idetend'3.D.t' confirmatory of the rumor. Certificate No. 662. dated August 6th, 1900. tificate No. 2392.dated the ist day of July. A. D.
William J. Burns in the secret ser- has filed said certificates in my office and 1901, has filed said certificate in my office, and WE, THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND l
| ; crime is supposed tto have ; This statement was made subsequent has made application for tax deed to issue in has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance tax payers of the following described territory -

t t.let k the treasury department a. been committed last year. Ir. Cmzen's ] to a visit paid by Baron Haya- accordance with law Solid certificates embracethe I with law. Said certificate embracesthe will on .i

i f 1. Hughes, assistant attorney gen Minister Lansdownethis following defended property situated in : fcUowing described property situated in the first Monday in Xovtmlxr, 190, 1
principal accuser is a discharge.. : shi to Foreign; Marion county, Florida to-wit: Marion county Flonda. to-wit:
to the board of
present instruction of j
t: f irtl la the interior department were custom hOl1 -e employe. '! art"r con. The officials of thv South half of south half of northeast quarter Lot 7. E. L. Carney's sub. of a part ot section Marion county Florida this public petition the !
Portland last week gathering e\ of southwest quarter and north half of north II township 17 range 23 said board to call election asking
t | I la an Tor the of
I the purpose
foreign cft'ice added that reportas hall of southeast quarter 01 southwest quarter The said land being assessed at the date of
creating a special tax school district to be known
.. fence that will help the government I HELD COURT IN PATROL WAGON. : contrary to the trend of its infor- section 2. aud 4.50 chains north and south onwett the issuance of such certificate in the name of the Moss Bluff Special Tax District. .
In prosecuting the instigators of tt side uf south half of north half of southeast Mrs Princess A. Smith. Unless said certificate a The above said district to Shol following
r I| mation. quarter of soutwest quarter section 2. toWnship shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed descrbied "
>. fwplracy They intervlawed a number A to Reuters Telegram comi 14. range 21. will issne thereon on the th day of November, territory: .
First Instance of the Kind In Chicago. ||f disprtch Commencing at the northeast corner of
The said land being assessed at the date of the A. D. 1003.Witness lion -
who had been for 17
'_. of men paid Helped Officers Out: of Dilemma. j I i I pany froru Tokio says: issuance of such certificate in the name of my official signature and seal this the [lawaha, township river r6.,thence range in 25 a running west t Ok. S

c, the use of their names in application. Chicago, Oct 21.-For the first !! Russian military activity on the Co- parties Cnknown. Unless said certificate sbi.ll 29th day of September,A. D. 1903. tion along the Ocklawaha river southeasterly to the dlre f
; lands also certain i be redeemed according to law. tax deed will (Seal) S. T. SISTRCNK. i6 and .
school viding thence
townships east to southeast
: for auto time in the i frontiers is unabated. The important Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. 17, :
i history of Chicago police i rean bane thereon on the ztf day of November A. D. 10 2 corner of section 32, township 16. range

t jsoUries public who are accused of cer- court has been held ia a patrol: wagon i|i newspapers take a gloomy :. 1903.witness official signature and seal this ---- -- thence north to the pit of beginning. 25

: trinr! false and fraudulent affidavits. Justice Caverly climbed into the wag '. view. They are inclined (to believe the 20th day my of Oct., A. U 190;. NOTICE Smith.Isaac P..r. A. .J.J. S. Martin. rL., J .H.Fort.Fort.S. ".

; on, which was standing in front ol [ Russia :does not intend to fulfill her S. f. SISTRUNK. O. Morrison, Jno. T. Lewis, W. Martin.; A.W.
; ANGLO-FRENCH TREATY. !I and declarations. in 10 13 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co I the
city hall, and administered the :I repeated promises I II I.. P. McKinney. 10 9
oath to two detectives who were armed '1 I which case it will be incumbent of'' Chapter 4S-SS Laws of Florida

i krn De Esternelle de Constant with a warrant charging Lucy Miles! i i i Japan to take decisive steps for the NOTICE NOTICE purchaser IS HEREBY of Tax GI.ETH.T Certificates T.Nos.C. NOTICE OF ELECTION.

Speaks of Conditions. with larceny. i Bake of her very existence. 2131. 2146. 2,61. dated the 3rd day of Oct. 1898,
2 I and dated has filed said -
1203. July 2. ; certificates
'. },'ev York. Oct. 22.-In regard: to The woman. who is 24 years of age i, The Japanese gunboat Chlckal was Notice of Application 8, Chapter 4&SS for Tax Laws Deed of Florida Under, Section in my office. aud has made application For creating a Special Tax School Dilc at

tie Anglo-French! arbitration treaty is charged with stealing J700 wort :i to have wintered at New Chwang, but NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Me- for said tax certificates dee.; to issue embrace in accordance the following with law.described Oak Hill,

jut concluded Baron D'Esternellas de of silverware from the Colonial hole .I this arrangement has been counter- & Wade Land Co., purchaser of tax property situated in Marion county, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AX
certificate No. 2295. dated the ist day of July.A Florida to-wit: will be held at the Oik Hill school
Constant is Quoted by a Herald dispatch -j at Coney Island :-:. Y. She came tc'I manded. I> 1901, has filed said certificate in my office South half of southwest quarter section 23, I house. Manon county. Honda, d'lrlllhehaurs

from Paris as having said: Chicago with tha stolen property an: and made application for tax deed to issue In northwest quarter of northwest quarter except of&o'clock a m.and sundown Saturday, O
accordance with law. Said certificite embracesthe five acres in southwest corner aud northeast 17. A D 1903. for the of creating
Thii contention is only the begin- was found by the detectives suffering I RUSSIA AND JAPAN. following described property situated in quarter of northwest quarter of section 25, special tax school di- purp known a the

: lID: of whit Is in store. Negotatlons from app ndlcltlj. An operation was :Marion county. Florida. to-wit: township 16. range 22 and lot 3, block 4 Dan Oak Hill Special Tax Shol Dalnc. Theboundaries .
Northeast quarter southwest quarter section bury, section 19, township 16. range 23 of the above sid shol are
iri In progress for our other treatiesof perormed on her at the county hospital j Minister Barrett Talks of Conditions 33. township 17 range 20 The said land being assessed ai the date of the hereby changed from deption in the .
a iimilar nature with Italy, Holland and she was discharged.: The jail I In Far East. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificates in the names of original petition by order of bard of pub .
issuance of such certificate in the name of Un: Adam Slyke. Harriet Myers. F N Ramsdell, lie instruction s as to read as
I Sweden and Norway. There is officials refused to take her withouta j New York. Oct. 22.-John Barrett, known. Unless said certificate stall be redeemed and Unknown.: Unless said certificate shall be South 3-4 of Section 2, 3.4. 5. and south half ol ,
\ 1 minister according to law tax deed will issue redeemed according co law. tax deed will Issue south hal of Section 6, and all of Section 7.S. 9.
mittimus and United States to Argentina.
In the for she needed medicai;
nattlns way a conclusion as
thereon on the: 231] day of Nov. A D. 1903. thereon on the iTth diy of Nov. A. D. 19113. 10, u, 14 IS 16, 17. 18. of wuship 13 Range
1 of such a treaty with Italy. attention, the Harrison street police j has arrived here enroute to his post Witness my official signature and seal this the Witness myomrial signature and seal this the 20 and : three trustees of said special

. ; la a few months, perhaps (ven earlier station annex could not receive her. j I', it Buenos Ayres, says a Herald dispatch 171h day of October, A. D S.1903.T. SISTRUXK. 15th day ot Oct. A D. I9>>3.S. T. SISTRUNK, to tax*>school e levied di-rtict and special to fix tax the shol rate of district.millage i

I the clauses will be settled and' the Justice Caverly helped the officers from London. Regarding the 10 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. FIa.I 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court, Qualified electors at said are alt registered -
and qualified voters of said
out of the dilemma situation in the Far East, Minister Bar district who
1 agreement may be published befci by holding court pay a tl on real or personal property therein

1 the visit of 'Presl I managers and clerk of said election:
'. city of Rome. "Taking things as they are today H. W. Nettles. D. Fant. Joshua Dantzler, and

i "A* regards Holland the government STREET CASUALTIES.They I and judging from my own trave! Notice Application for Tax Deed Under Sec Notice Application for Tax Deed under Section J.By K.order Mixson.of clerk.the board of instructionthis
of that country as well as of I would seem- that Manchuria is that tion S, of Chapter 4>&S, Laws of Florida. I Sof Chapter 4SS8, Laws ot Florida. Sth day September, A. D. .

Sweden and had portion of China which has the greati VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; THAT J. B \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. A. 9 2j G.IP.: OTT
Norway aI Are In
probably, Incrsasing Alarmingly
i Brooks purchaser of Tax Certificate No. !> Burlord. purchaser ot Tax Certificates r\o Ate;. Chairman.
L treaty under consideration long ago, New York City. i i est potentialities: of trade and develop- 2205. dated the 4th day of November \. D ..6q5.I 2743, 2795 and 2805 dated the tel day of July A. U" D. CARX, Secretary.

bat no action was taken in the mat New York Oct. 21.-Official figuri i meat for the future. Consequently I and certificates 2290 and 2379. dated \ugusl7th, D. 1901. has filed said certificate in my office,
: r 1899. and certificate 1388, dated July 1st, 1901. and has madeapplication for tax deed to issuein
.. ter by France. This Is now being I of the board of health: covering a.peri j it is not fcurprising that Russia should has filed said c rtilicatrs in my ottice and has accordance with law, Said certificates embrace

; wish to retain Its hold, that Japan made application for tax de..d0 issue in accordance the following derh..d property situated NOTICE
done. od of three years, that the i
>, with I i "The United States helped the cause I cumber of presons killed annually iu t shou oppose: its alienation from China the foUjttiug described property situated in West 2-3 of lot 7 and lots 6 Southwest Teagues Noticed Application for fax Deed Under Section

f of peace by submitting the first case the streets of New York is increasing and that the United Stacs should Marion Lot 3 block county.6 Canbury.Florida, to north-wit: half of north I Ocala.Resurvey All of of lots except 54. 59.65 6 r.ldw..l's and addition.SUtl S. Chapter 488*, Laws ot Florida

i to the Hague tribunal, and I believe j{ la an alarming degree. view the situation with eome concern.I half of southwest quarter of southwest quarter by 230 foH east and w ?,t on north end of 15Dunn's MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT w. B.
section and south half southwest noithwest addition Ocala. Lots A andB il of
19 quarter -I Aycock tax certificates
purchaser NJHi.
have much condidence however
American statesmen would do well tot I These fatalities are growing more so ,.
section 29. all in township 16. range 23: sub of lot 9 Dunn's northwest addition to 277. 27*. 341- 355- dated the second of
't t t come Into closer contact with Europe. j than even ratio with the growth in the sagacity of both the Russian and west half of southwest quarter anti west Ocala i So\ember. A. D 1896. and Certificates.Nos
J half of southeast quarter of southwest quarter The said land being assessed &t the date af''' 4s9. 492 497. dated October 3, 1898 and certificates
On till ground I have been Invited to population:: an business. In the year !and Japanese statesmen that I feel confident section 22 township 13 range 22. the issuance of such certificates in the names ol 442. 443 506, dated August 7 1899, has filed

4 Tislt America next year. I shall go I 1&01, there were 432 persons killed by that they will settle whateverdlfferenl.t5 The said land being assessed at the date of S. w. Teague and Florida West Coast Improve. said certificate in my office and has made application -
Unless said certificates shall be
ment Co.
the issuance of such certificate in the name of lor tax deed to issue in
to toe St. Louis fair and deliver a vehicles and street railway they have by peaceful Parties Unknown and Henning Land and redeeme according lar, tax deed willissue with law. Said certificates embrace acordanc
; leries of lectures on the subject In 1902. the number of such deiti I ni. Improvement Company. Unless said certificates the 24th day of Oobr. A. D. 1903 lug described property situated in Marion county -
shall be redeemed according to law tax Witness my official signature seal : Florida. to-wit. South of southwest
t main object will be to obtain the for- grew to 538. When the figures for deed will istje: thereon on the 3isl day of October -I 12th day September, A. D. 1903. quartar section 32. township hal, range jj, southeast .

cation :in America of a of con- 1903 are compiled the doath list tn .. I JAPANESE ARMY. A U. 1903. [SF.ALI s. T. SISTRUNK, quarter of southeast quarter north half of
group I Witness my official signature and seal this the 9 I! Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, Fla northeast quarter northeast quarter of south
L .. immen favorable to arbitration whoIi street acridetts will have reached I 24th day September, A. D. 1903. west quarter and northeast quarter of southeast

Till afterward visit France and help nearly 1000. estimating! from the num > Cavalry Arm Weak but Infantry in S. T. hISTRUNK. NOTICE. quarter section i north half of northeast quar
9-25C Clerk Ci-cuit Court Marion Co.Fla, ter and west three fourths of south half of
J the great movement for the world' ber already record- d. I I Good Condition.I northwest quarter section 12 all in township 13,

Ii tide adoption of arbitration between :-: York Oct. 22.-A synopsis of T. Whom it May Concern: range21.northwest quarter of.southwest quarter
I and east half of southwest quarter sectisn
'Utiocs." EDITOR MEETS TRAGIC DEATH. I the situation in the Japanese army NOTICE. VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE and west half of southeast quarter section 6

I published here, says the St. Peters- ll Flonda Central & Peninsular Railroad and wtsf half of northeast qU"rrf south half
Company has filed in this office a list of lands of , all in i
Will Decision. Falls From Third Story of Window at I j I burg correspondent of The Times, of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Sot situated in the township described below, and !3.Dornea range 2 Slon township

l Appeal shows that its weakest point is t. Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida. has applied for a patent for said lands; that the The said land being assessed at the date of
New York, Oct. 22.-Counsel for the Indianapolis.! I I IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. C. list 1 open to the public for inspection and a the issuance ol such certificates in the mmei

f overnment has announced that in Indianapolis.: : Ind., Oct 22.-Samua' \ cavalry arm, the development of which NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No.679 copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has of I. J. Brokaw. Jno Jackvm est Juhu F. Dunn
been this office
posted a place
I has been hampered by the lack of dated the 3rd day of April, A. D. IS93, has filed in est Martha E\an". J'11 K.al icra< sectparties
for the inspection of all interestedand
; order to definitely settle the question sqid certificate in office and has made persons unknown l'nl said certificates shall
of The'Indianapolis my application -
E. Morss editor and proprietor
horses and the want of suitable places for tax deed to sutia accordance with! of the public generally.Within be redeemed according to law tax deed will
,l the treasury department will appeal Sentinel, fell from the j for exercises. The Russian cavalry -' law. Said certificate embraces the following the next sixty days following the date issuedthcreonon the nth day of November. .b..
: to decision handed down by General described property situated i in Marion county, this nolie. protests or contests against: the D. 1903.
third story of the Sentinel building! i j is seven times more numerous. Florida, to-wit: claim company to any tract or subdivision Witness my official signature ani seal this
Appraiser Somcrville against the within any sectijn. cr part of section the 3rd day ot October A U. .
at 10 o'clock this morning and live The Japanese infantry is most favorable Northwest quarter of northwest quarter, section described in the list, on the ground that the S. T.1903.bISTRUNK,
' of the collector of the port I 3,township 14. range u.
criticised. Its same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural Clerk Circuit Court Marian Co. Fa.
; to but 15 minutes. The window iron physical qualities The said land being assessed at the date ol the 109
include in will be received and noted
the dutiable value oi purposes
issuance of such certificate in the of Hen
., which he fell was in his private office I are on a much lower level. said name for report to the General Land Office at Wasn-
certain classes of goods imported from derson Harvey. Unless certificate shall be
France No one was with him at the time although -I warm countries, it is declared, the redeemed according law lax deed will issue ingtou D. C W. G. ROBINSON. NOTICE
the amount of municipal taxes Register.
thereon on the i6th day of Nov. A D. 1903
several persons were waitingIn I Japanese infantrymen nave displayed HENRY S. CHUBB. Receiver,
official and seal this the
exacted by by French authorities. The Witness ray signature
him. extraordinary powers of endurance ds of Oct. A. D. Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad
the ante-room to see lith >y Lands
question 1903.S. ot Application for Tax need Under Section 6 of
out time
was fought some T. SISTRUNK.
Gainesville Land
health but it would hardly likely show themin
ago before the United States circuit Mr. Morss had been in bad 1016 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Ha. Florida. Chapter 4565, Laws of Florida

for some time, and it was announced I a cold climate. South. East OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
court In Cincinnati by the Rheinitroai Township. Range. I.' Rubie Berry purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
that he
by his private secretary prob1ably ,
case and decided adversely i NOTICE. 15 23 1504, dated the I st day of July. A. D. 1901
the had opened the window for air i Injured in Auto Accident. P't NEK and P't S'i!., Section 19. 9 iS 91 has filed sid certificate in my office and h

government, but the ''l"ul1ngas and by heart trouble. New York Oct. 22.-Sir Francis made application for tax deed to issue in ac.
overcome j
i nneatisfactory to both appraisers, and was Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of dance with law. Said certificate embraces the
. the Financial troubles have been wor-1 and Lady Winnington, the latter a of Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR FINAL following described property situated in Manon
department also. It has been i cousin to the Duke county, Florida, to wit:
t decided to Tying him recently. He left a widow j Marlbrough, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. E. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. West half of northeast quarter and north
make a new case. have met with serious whil purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
and one daughter. a mishap west quarter of southeast quarter for 1899. sec
j dated the November, A. P. --
4th day 1805.
II 2497. 22,township
is.range 23.
I automobiling, says a Herald dispatch and Certificate 17!>3. dated August 6th. A. I). ton said land being assessed at the d-ite of
Case of U. S. Marshal Field. MASTER TO DEATH. from London. The chauffer rnistoo. 1900 has filed said certificates in my office and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Ihe issuance of such certificate in the name of
Washington. FOLLOWED has made application for tax deed to issuein executor of the last will and
shall be
Gen said certificate
Oct. 22.-Attorney Unknown. redeemed
1 the road in the darkness and ran the accordance with law. testament of JOHN A. COLE will on according l'nleS to law, tax deed will issue

ral! Knox today decided to advise the Unusual Tragedy Takes PlaceIn machine down a steep hill and into a Said certificate embraces the following de tAi iSth day of Fttnttatr A. D.1904. thereon on the 16th diy of November, A. D 190}.

president not to re-open the case ol Rather mill race, where it overturned. Lady scribed property situated iu Marion county. make final settlement of his accounts and apply; Witness my official signature and seal this the
Florida : for final final settlement and I4th day ol Oct. A. D. 1903.
United of Boston. discharge. Suc
States Marshal Field of Vel'mont City Winnington was pinioned1 underneathand North half of southwest quarter and southeast application to be to the county Judge of S. T. SISTRCNK
quarter of southwest quarter Section 36. Marion at Ocala. Florida 10 t6 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
recently dismissed for neglector Boston Oct. 22.-After Charles A. was rescued only after great ef- county, .
and west half of southwest quarter of Section 8236m J. M. LIDDELL.
duty In connection with the escape Rollins 63 years old, a retired merchant fort. She sustained concussion of 25. all in Township 16. Range 24. i i D. A. MILLER.

of three Chinamen who were being of this city, had been found the brain. The chaffeur also was the The issuance said land of such being certificates assessed in at the the name date of of ._. __ nm__ NOTICE

deported to China. The decision was dead in a room in his house on Massachusetts seriously hurt. Sir Francis was only Unknown, F Q. Brown, Trustee, I.. A. Griggs NOTICE. .

reached after a hearing was given the /avenue with a tube from the slightly injured. andj Unless 5.said Martin.certificatess hall be redeemed according -! ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section S

Vermont delegation in congress, Senators gas Jet lying by his side caretaker of to law. tax deed will issue thereon oa Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida.

Dilllngham and Proctor and 28 of Crushed Under Falling Logs. the 3ist day of October A. D. 1903. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec. MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W.
his house Thomas Ryan years j official and seal this of Tax
Witness my signature 8, of Chapter, Laws of Florida. j Luffman & Bro purchaser
Representatives Foster and Haskins, notified one of his friends by tel Hokes Bluff Ala., Oct. 22.-While the lIst day September A. P.1q03. tan 4. cate No 457. dated the 6th day of August A. D.
1rho age I a 20-year-old white 9 2S S, T.SISTRUNK. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. E. 1900, has filed aid certificate in mv office and
urged reconsideration of the case ephone and then followed his master | Clerk Circuit Court Marion County Florida. purchaser of Tax certificate No. has made application for tax deed to issue in

to death. I man, was hauling logs a heavily load 2441.2473. 2476,2S3, dated the 7th oar of August, accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe
Claims of Belgian Bondholders. I A. D., has filed said certificate in my office following described property situated in
overturned him. crushing
The cause of the first death was, the j I ed wagon on NOTICEIn and application for tax deed to issue in Marion county, Florida,to-wt

Ban Domingo. Oct. 22.-M. Barbs coroner believes suicide, the second hIs body almost as flat aa a pancake. accordance with law. Said certificates embracethe Lot 2. block 12, Spar 28, township 13

Lot the Belgian charge d'affaires has following described property situated in. range 22.
bone in him brok
accident Ryan had gone back to Almost every was Marion county, Florida to wit: The said land being assessed at the date of the

arrived here with final instructions re-- after telephoning and was en and death resulted instantly. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Southwest quarter of northeast quarter and issuance of such certificate in the Lame of Wm

carding the claims of the Belgan bond the room in and for Marian County. Florida. I northwest quarter of southeast quarter and Thompson Unless said certificate shall b
overcome by the fumes. north half of southeast quarter of southeast redeemed according to law tax de will
: holders against Santo Domingo.Sir Pure Food Legislation. \ In Chancery. quarter section 27, and north half of northwest thereon on the loth day of Nov. 1903.

Benjamin Lewis O'Neal, Complainant, vs. quarter of northwest quarter, section 35 and Witnes my official signature and seal this the
San Francisco, Oct. 21".-The British New York, Oct. 22.-At a meetingof southeast quarter of nar\hwet quarter. section isth day October.
Henry Irving In America. of manufacturersand HattIe J. O'Neal, Defendant. township 16. range 24 and northwest quarter .SISTRUNK
overdue and association
New York. Oct 22.-Sir Henry IP ship Crown of Scotland, I the ITIS ORDERED THAT THE DEPENDENT 3.southwest quarter,section 15, township 17, 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fl>.
reinsured at 15 per cent has arrived distributors of food products 01 A herein named Hattie J. O'Neal. be and she range 24 -
Tint and members of the theatrical! is hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint The said land being assessed at the date of
She left Newcastle England, i, the United States composed of 36 manufacturers WANTED-SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PERsons .
the here. in said cause on or before Mondaythe 2nd the issuance of such certificate in the name af
company arrived here today on April 11. with & cargo of general mer- j it has been decided to urge day ot November,A. D. 1903. Henning L"nd & Improvement Co.. W. H. in each state to travel for house established
learner Minneapolis from London. It is further ordered that a copy of this order Tandy K. J. Ellis and Unknown. Cnle said eleven years and with a large capital, to call
chandise. She encountered various i, upon congress the enactment of pure be published once a week for four consecutive certificate shall be redeemed law. upon mercnants and agent tar successful and

kinds of unfavoraljleweather! aDd j I II food legislation and to work for a bill weeks) in the Ocala Banner. tax deed will issue thereon on the 2jth day ofOctober. profitable line. engagement. Weekly
Postoffice Looted; $10,000 Taken. This the 22nd day September A. D. 1903. A. D..loot. cash salary of SiB and all traveling ul\elli
I was in some terrible weather at Cape 'providing free interstate commerce In 9 15 S. T.Clerk.SISTRUXK. Witness my official signature and seal this the and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.

Superior WIs., Oct. 22.-The Superior Horn during which R F. Elvinsskirch ian food products which conform to a certain Circuit Court. 15th day of September.A. D. 1903. Experience not esnti Mention refeent'and
robbed last night, RAYMOND B.Complainant's. BCLLOCK, S. T. SISTRCNK. enclose envelope. THE
postoff ice was :ble seaman, lost his life. He fell: standard of purity. solicitor. 9-iS Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. KATIONAM, 334 Dearborn St. Chicago
over 113.000 In stamps and currency
the mainmast into the raging sea.
from '- ---
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MAIL ROUTES IN MARION COUNTY "11t" 4 t1t" "1111. t Z 11111". "I" "It"t 4 t"1"tl"t"l 4 l It" ,t1"t"19" "1"f"11" "1"t" 441F' 4 1" "11111" "1"f"f"4" '

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ltww pAw I7oynas .W L rdxlr. ...- -. ,
.4 sot 2114 p. m., IJI::tater 1,1Y4. Kot .
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awl app: ;is ki bid that in tie erect .
#f &* Krrrit* UJ& avardei to Ua:, .
br will gut fci* p:rvnal a>snn.tlon :E :
.. t&* vwfoncacee or it* use, sad TEA POT : r.o i
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U a&Sttioa to OLTjlL tie gai wi I : o.o I
the arias yxwfr Of ttr; rOOt>t, s
the aull carrier are to tuv*A. and ..- 4P
coffee auU aiots tit r etst. .. I '''C .... II
It taJJ M t.M duty oftr tief1aa- :
at rrtry tvth j/to"t*, ar m afroa .. n'i
Yrtssao order asy lrvU.t m tiring tsttll- GROOERY i
oe o/ hear ur route, to dEftEr to --
Ck >f*4f*r xcill carrier !or that rcisny .% : ...
IL&11 rnUtl'. .la.etr.g 1n tU rsaprcI 41 -- ,.
tatd+.ii or b'z i Lire tech 41 Pr .....
are .**< tM a'U fw tot irw2* to :! .......
.....m oeb. utcfaeU or LtJIfa byYng, jiI .....
wtti (**tnKtk> j u to ti! proper 1i- 41.F- .ilt
pUklttMl ",f tM nn.l: .. the recommendation of
Upon our customers we
T%. t9lkr.!c? u@ tie ttar rental In :
ltusta sweaty: t1Fr. '

:3.n-4'Jr"'lt nita- *k.. and I'M Eprltg1 tack rf:1mn4 tr tii JrArwc with times bid, a 6, :.....E have decided to pin our faith upon the sound judg :

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VM&. back re/jvired six t/> RrJlk1rtJl.with titaee Ltd a J2W.1 wttk m11era ........EE ment of Jim Dumps and have supplied ourselves i

2U +r-Fang Bird ty Standard to Morrteutt. .. q
7 milatd back, eiz ..,..

tHMt with Md.a week W$).. Bond rf:1u1r :.E--- with a fine line of the = i

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utt-fJmne'J'S to }Moctlrook 4ac > ...
a b s >d bark:, elx time: a :
Wt+L bind required with bid .
NW. H.O.Compay's Cereal Goods

n.r.+-c.atral to Mlcaaopy, S miles LE ,
al>4 back, all time a wt k.
liobd r
% by Irrlcfs V, Or. ....
I.I1r Lake, S.YJ miles: and back itt1
all i tlmwi a Wf>*k. lioud requirad ....t
with bid, !;J9.nnfalrtJt14 >. Jia Damps had scarcely slept a .
to lieddick, 4 mllee r .
RI'- All night he'd ton about aid .....
and back nix times a Yie-k.Ilood think.
required 1tb bid, J4W.) i== Bat that's all past-hell ne'er -10-
endure We recommend =
Z21J-Smoa.k to Fairfleld, 2.75 miles ::
and back I, three times a week, Insomnia He'l rouIId a cure I =

Uond rwjulred with bid, 12W.2J I --' Yellow Corn Meal, Til "Force.lights are" dim At,night, when them to you' .....
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,%74-Cottonplant t/j LEroy, 3.23 It soothes the nenes of"Sonay ..
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milHi and back, six time a Jia. as being1st .
== Breakfast Wheat
...tlc. Bund required with bid. =
':'Ii.unnaltt1". class ..
: by HeldtriJle to LEroy Oatmeal .."
10 nilea! and back, tiz times a P- ,
in =:
week lV Dd required with bid, IOTCC every ...
$7W. Presto
respect. ::
:2.: C-azlo by Blltchton, Berlin ana .
IJTilhIV, to Ocala, 19 miles :: .
TheR& 1tcmem.1 '
and back, iz times a week. Force A trial
Bond required with bid, J1100. I makes one chummy .

23.277-Hbady by Calvary to Ocala ----- with good sleep. willconvince .....
10.50 mile and Lack six times I ri!
'Hk. Bond required with -- ...
Wouldn't aelfe v e 41 Tint. YOU, ...
bid, $700.23,278Cnnur ooUcitx&Teiiaai tiled u. utForce' ...
II-- It a car for luom&li I need toP I
by Orahamviile and i'j/nan nlzbt after clztL Sow 1 tILt a f J ....
Ocala miles .... big bow.Jal! of'Force'Jut before C"inCIO .,,;' ,_
Silver Springs U .
I bed. sad i.eep sad 1 MM becoma good ....
and back slz times a week. I lnmda laeL: "L"L.$tse." /' __
Ik>n-l rE1ulrEdIlh bid $IOOi. r -r0
23. -Uvon U> Dallas SUtion, (n.0.) ..... ..
, & miles and back, seven times a O-- ,01
W *k. Bond required with Lid, ...

L F 23.280-$500.South Lake Weir Weirsdale., E....- Our new and fresh fruits are arriving daily and in the next ten days ,

t l.&O miles and back twelve ..

; tlm with-.bid a. tuOO.week.:; Bond required := will have anything you may need in that line Apples, peaches, apri _

U8JJ.yno. by Electra and Moss 1

back Bluff,to 1111 Oklawaha times! a week.15 mllea Bond and E. cots, prunes, pears, raisins nuts citron, currents, figs, etc Besides 4

2J.282-required Marshvil with!" by bid Daisy$1000.to Anthony E: sweet mixrd, sour mixed, plain cucumber, German dill] 'pickles and

9.75 miles and back, six

times bid a. $700.week. Bond requiredwith := pickled onions, all for sale in bulk
23.283-Kureka: by Fort McCoy and 4- 4
., Tine to Cltra. 15 mlles and back, ttl- -4 4
six times a week. JJo J rcquir- A- ."
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23,284-Fort f'lI mllea with and McCoy bid; back$1000.to fill Dexter times 3.7G a rPr i Fresh Arrival: Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits,

week. Bond required with bid,

$100.mank bonds. and proposals can be ; Purina Mill Cereals.

had from postmasters on the routes. j P
Bids to be forwarded in sealed envelope j D-
superscribed, "Mail Proposals 4=
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State of .Florida" and addressed to the j r i
second asbUtant postmaster general at I -4 'I'
Washington, n, C. PrF I = We want your trade and we are using every known means we can
It II dt-Hirwl that patrons living on : ,

the e mall.various Respectfully routes bid, for carryingthe I I : think of to give you the best and freshest goods to be had, at as low a -4jf!
C. _
Henry Groves. P. M. _

Real Estate! I:I ::E., price as they can be purchased consistent with a living profit. We -4

lead and let others follow. You take chances in ...
Real Estate! r r no buying of us as we 3.

Your wants in this line for : allow no misrepresentation. All goods must be as represented or your .

City or County Property, E back.
I money Yours for more business
Orange Groves, etc., can ,

be supplied. Special at-I I o- -a

tention given rentaccounts. ,I : THE TEA POT GROCI3RY -**

F. W. DITTO ....
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Heal Estate and Insurance I :........ ... '

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