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: November 27, 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 '; '
i ,BANNER. -- .


, The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.'


h"rnntfmnrmmmn'mn'mmmmmm"nnmmmn''r' ''' I II Kings Daughters. Painful Accident.

I About thirty ladies met at the Tuesday morning while baling hay -N- i U

Ji armory Tuesday morning to organize for Mr. Allen Rodgers several miles
au Ocala chapter of the King's east of town, Mr. Young, who lives EVERYBODY \

,. z;;;; Daughters. Mrs. \V. C. Lindsay was near Leesburg, had the misfortune in

I I 3 the starter of the movement and she I some way to get his left arm tangledup KNOWSHow

was made president of the organiza with the hay press. Both bonesin

f : INABOX !I tion. Oue vice president was select the forearm were broken. Dr. W. I (4{

i, :1:: H! from each denomination in the H. Powers was called to the injured ,

I city, viz: man and set the bonds. While very I

: If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if yon have == Baptist, Mrs. S. A.titandiey; Methodist painful the accident will not prove all lines of business and
{: '.!:: nic lUtlouery. You're In a box if you haven't the piper and ::: Mrs. W. K. Zewad-ki; Episto- serious. __
; taper U ia a nice box if you buy It here. We have many tjl-.. 12 prices on real estate have grown.
pal, Mrs. C. L. Blttinglrj! ; Hebrew, A Bed of .
City on a Phosphate.Dr.
We planted here the seeds -
Mrs. N..I. Gottlieb Christian, Mrs. of a
| ; W. C. Hathcock, phosphate
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. H. C. Groves; Catholic, Mrs. T. H. promoter of Floral City, has pur. bank before this growth began T I

-- Wallis. chased the and have well attended them.
,, Shaw and Tower propertyin
t 'I -- Mrs. B. 8. Potter was elected treasurer Dunnellon consisting of seventyacres Their roots are now in the foundation "

Mrs. G. 8. Scott, recording secretary and he tells us that the city of -of every prosperous firm in

m mI and Mia Mattie William, Duunellon is located immediately the city.

corresponding secretary. upon a bed of phosphate and the

i JJ The next meeting will be held rock is becoming so valuable that
k r harsday morning, December 3, at mining plants will soon be seen in
'I 10 o'clock in the library rooms within the
; operation incorporated HUNROE i & CHAMBLISS
llUlUliU1U1UIUIUluumllUUlIuumllUIIIIUlllijmlllm The charter member or initiating limits. OftKL-,.- ,
fee is 2i cents, and will remain sO t
Runaway Bicycle. OCALA, FLORIDA.
i until the find of January, with a Terminated with an ugly cut on
J Jf I- monthly due of ten rents, and ten the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin I :
Grove, III It stubborn "I
developed a
: 1
f cents a year for the general fuud.Circles .
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE ulcer unj ieldingtodoctors and remedies
formed often
were composed
!t : for four years. Then Bucklen'a
t members each, whose duty .it Arnica Salve cured. It's just as

LANDS. shall be to visit the sick, entertainment good for burns, scalds skin eruptionsand

committee, serving circle, etc. piles. 25e. at Anti.\tonopoly Brick LOTT W. JOH
Drug Store and Tydings& Co. m NSON
All the ministers of the city were Lime ,

If you hate any phosphate lands you wish 'to sell or elected honorary members of the Rev.R. A.Forrest, of Orlanao, who Hair -- -Dealer in-

I lease on royalty communicate with him. orgauiz tion. is in charge of the Christian and Missionary .

The object of the King's Daughtersis Alliance work ia this state, Cement NEW AND SECOND HAND

to do charity work, looking after and Rev. C. H. Van Sickle, of Winter

and visiting\ the poor and the sick, Park, working under the Presbyterian Laths MACHINERY '

Office next to Dr.Smith. Foatoffice Block. Ocala,Fla.I1U visiting strangers and whatever work Board of Sabbath school work, madeus And

Congas to baud. This organizationwill a pleasant call Wednesday. They PROPRIETOR OF- .

result in great{rood :o our city. held services! at the Baptist!: church Shingles.THE >'
sears.-- ---, Wt'dnesdayevt'ninlt. Both are young LAKES CITY f MACHINE SHOPS.

ttlZiSSTS SABSIS. Local Editor I Farmer J. M.Barco came In Tuesday Episcopal Bazar. men, but they have gained much

I from Cotton Plant with a wagon As has already been announced the prominence in their choien work. Office and Shops Locomotives For Sale and Lease.Secondhand.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. load of hogs', which he was carrying St. Catharine's Guild of Grace Episcopal They have just closed a very i.roti-
near Rail
Bought and
to the Florida Meat Packing Co., church will bold their annual able series of meetings at Moss Blutf. Sold.
S. A. L. Freight
Mr. I..nul Duval, of fjeesburg, was to be placed in cold! storage. bazar at the armory next Tuesday.The LAKE CITY FLORIDA.I
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In 0.-ala Tuemlay. For a sick headache try Chamber.lain'e doors will be opened at four FOLI!ijOmANDtARCures"

., Stomach and Liver Tablets; ; I! o'clock and the many beautiful articles -r- i Pre. ',Pneumonia
Mr. Ito\tort Studer was up from they will ward oft the attack if takenin of fancy work-that have been -

Dunoclloo aud speut Tuesday in time. For sale by all druggists
made by the members of the guild
and medicine dealers. m V' =xxxXXX- -xyx--xx*- -XxxXXX- -xyx--xx- -xxxXXX- -xxx-
Ocala.FoU1. will be exhibited. Anyone wishing ''t-xXx- -xXx- -xXx\- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx-

Honey and Tar for coughs TheReading Club met Wednesday to purchase Christmas presents will be U I i II!

aDd rests; reliable tried and tested, afternoon with Miss Minnie Gamsby able to find a great variety of beau-: "
: '
J Mf and urea Pootofflee drug btorem and the meeting was in every way ful things at the bazar. Besides fancy 'ii HIGHEST QUALITY" IS OUR MOTTO. TT

I Irv 11'edneseay work there will be which I I I I Ix
Mia Eula delightful. .The club will not meet a supper
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again until after Xew Year's. will be served from five until ten
tor visit to relatives inBlatkIU.
I a tea day'
o'clock. There will also be a large I
*,t). C.
The celebrated Helen Wilmans- 1
quantity of delicious home rustle X
after several Post case will be tried in the United
fro IUlor tschwerlu, windy for sle. *
.*..t'. severe illne-s, was able to be States court in Jacksonville early in A special feature will be Ladies' II xx*
December on its merit Mr. 0. T. I I I
out fur.day. Home Journal booth. The ladies in II
(ireeu, of this city, is leading counselin charge are authorized to nil H HARDWARE I t
Inverness accept '
Mr. Martln'au Nf'tItt, the case; for the defendants.
subscriptions for this popular monthly
WM among! the prominent visitors to -- ----- -- ii }
Mr. John H. Mathews, Mr. Hal magazine so any one wishing to x
the city Tu+Uy.
--, Eagletou, Mits Eloyse Izlar aud MistGertie renew their subscriptions are requested liTl
Mr. and Mr( D. W. McLaury came Pt-reda went to Sharp's Ferry to do HO at tbii time so that the rr COMPANY xx j jXx

In from LVrutll Tuesday and spent Wednesday on a fishing expedition. church may receive the commission.A ;

few hour khopplng here. They caught lots of fish and bad lots jear's subscription to the Home XX i
tg I II
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. )Jr. and MM. D. E Mclver aud of fun. Journal would make a most acceptable i I
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chil.lren will peud Thanksgiving Mr. Chas. '}'. Gibson, the nestor of Christmas present.Allarecordially invited. to Attend 11 XX \\ e are Ocala Agents for !I 1 i i"FAVORITE"

_It h friend at FalrnVld. the Ocklawaha river section, was in ii

It. of the Floridaa'rthodI.tcoufrreuce Ocala Tuesday driving two fine, the bazar Tuesday- -- -- --December-- first.
f C. \V. White, 11XX
native, fed horses. He RANGES 11 J JI
was the guest grass reports What does it profit a woman if she srt10VEB&
things quiet but prosperous across the gains the whole world of knowledge V X
of llav, J,.'. Hendry Tuesday. I
raging Ocklawaha. aud lose her own health? Young TTii I I f
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Kolry'* Honey ami Tar always stops; women students and school teachers, None Better on the Market i I I II
the rough and heals! the lungs. lie.fa Mr. Jno J. Koony: of Xew York eager, ambitious, ant full of energy, xx t

** mutilates. INtatoffice Drug i City, a prominent, lumber man and a very often neglect their health in the XXu --
struggle to gain education. They tat I I T I i
Htur\ m I member of the firm of Koouy, !
insufficient! food, and at irregular
MU Ellen Hugin, of Ueddick, arrived Eckstein & Company,is in the city for hours, they allow irregularity of the XX We are Ocala Agents for J I i iI i

In Ocala Tuesday afternoon and & few days. This firm is representedin womanly functions to be established, II

, U the guest of Mis?I':. P. Phasard. J this section by Mr. W. T. Wheeler. and the result is that they become 11XX I I
1. chronic invalids with all their education -i "ELL WOOD" FIELD FENCE.I
I practically worthless. There i I IXX
f ..................&SS..... is a plain road back:: to health for suchas 11
these, marked by the feet of thous I Ii
i I $ ands. It ii the use of Dr. Kings i II Its Superior Isn't Hade. ?11* !i '
Gulden Medical Discovery for disease: : is'
of the stomach and digestive and II'" s'
\ I nutritious organs, and Dr. Pierce's I XXII I II IIi

4 Favorite Prescription for diseases of i i We Are Headquarters for x k
- I S the delicate organs of womanhood. IIII
TO THE PUBLIC: A cure so certainly follows the use of

i What beautiful, more appro- these remedies that out of hundredsof i ixX
more r1 1
-. printe, or less expensive XMAS GIFT thousands who have tried the I SASH DOORS A.ND BLI1DS x x
., tbama first class Photograph of yourS treatment, ninety eight in every hun.
.'. self or family, framed,or enframed.i dred have been pl'lfectlyand parma- X X I )
'i new styles and,prices call on ueutly cured. Constipation with XXn xX
Write Us For Prices.
: The] Oottleib Studio, its calamitous consequences, with its II ( I
common ailments of students, can l I.e
Floor above Teapot Groceoy.fi@ xx
wink." entirely cured by the use of Dr. XX 11 1
quick as a
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. tlII i M
to. i nTI
1 Wo aid you like to know now to x x The Marion Hardware Company

tI speak Spanish: ? If so send two centsin ; XXII .
S postage toV.. H. Leahy, division I I

S passenger agent, Atlantic Coast Line, I 11XX OCALA; FLORIDA.
: tSavaunah aud receive booklet entitled xx i*

"What lo Say in Spanish and HOP to I 11 I ..
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I I DEMOCRATS MUST GET TOGETHER. would-be leaders. -If any man now PINE I MARTEL DOiMGS. I Mr. and Mrs. It L. Harper, of Jr.-k.sonville J1J i

Aching JointsIn have arrived! to make MUral I
alked cf for the democratic nomina- .1
the fingers, toes, arms, and other neighborhood The weather during the pst week their home, Mr. Harper h.,i',* reu I
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. tion for the presidency, has any Fine Turkey Shooting I
parts of the body arejoints that are hat been good for slaughtering hogs employed ty th. Miami' 1
inflamed and swollen by rheumatism It is a problem that rtquirea the merit whatever for the office, let us Sioging School-Other I'riminc i

that acid condition of the blood which elements of enthusiasm aud patienceto consider them tairly and nationally. Notes. and many of our farmers: are taking Company bs liu. :jpe oj'ern.ar. H. 'i i

1., affects the muscles also. work out as to'bow the democratic Do not settle tbe claims ot his Mr. Chas. E. Tnoojas, well knownin advantageof it. D. X. Rirco,_ who I bad >been running mat-lillif* at J*. k.tonvillf ;.

Sufferers dread to move, especially I has abuutone hundred. bead, began .n r Trinipi/ for wmie tirc t'If"t
party with present, teeming advantages friends upon what may be said the A. C. L. depot at Ocala, h!
after sitting or lying long, and their slaughtering Monday. l.ut desiring to live
!! i.reHO
condition is commonly worse in wet can win in the next- presidential against him, but entirely upon his visiting his relatives at this- place. \
Many of our people are selling his wife could !h.
sw weather. election. There is au independence merits let us view tbe proposition of lu honor of his: visit a hunting partywas near her parents, i iI
their turkey at remunerative prim. )f amid -I
Nit baa been a long time since we have in the democratic entity or nominating him. Let us rather proceed organized Friday with the happy r. Mrn t'ltaille, the .MetropolUwa I

been without Hood's Sarsaparllla. My She provision crop of com, oats: able. to H> cute his i iHlLrl't.r
father thinks be could not do without it. individuality that while it it ennobling to find the best man than to result of Charles! bagging one eight- oervicen. Mr ;
He baa been troubled with rheumatismsince 1 syrup, meat and. potatoes made iu !i" an ali arouud !
be was a boy. and Hood's Sarsapa- i to human nature it is destructive toparty discover the worst. teen pound golttl-r.( it wa a tine : u."J..p.-r .
rilla is the only medicine he can take that i and this \-inity is ample for home t.tlu'l I ui There Democrats must "get together
are more shot
will enable him to take his place in the organization. piece of marksmanship, having : !
field." Miss ADA Dorr Sidney Iowa. in the about that sumption duriug the next ensuing every ir-p.s.1.. Miami M>. r.n-i. .
questions now party men right now. the turkey on ifce wimr. Willie I .i
Hood's Sarsaparilla than there are about measures It Jso.: O. KEARDON. Thomas also billed a nice turkey the year. 'i
R.-v. ii. T. Rape preached hi. farewell !
and Pills seems that no nun today mentioned same day with a caliber rifle, I
South Florida Looking to Her Laurels. sermon at 8t. John church list II
Remove the cause of rheumatism-no as a po "lblec&ndidate for the demo- twenty five yard""*, from a two mUle I I .
And now Citra is brasrgiug about Sunday and will preaca the first ti r 11gOHOIIames
outward application can. Take them.
cratic nomination for the presidencycan wl1 -Cn.
shipping her first car lord lof mon at Martel chapel Sunday at 11
EScape criticism what he has There is considerable comment in
oranges since the freeze. Lee county I a. m. He has served Cotton Flint
"IN MEMORIAM"Marion done or has not done M sharp and ', this vicinity about the new road law.
has plenty of company this year in circuit as pastor for the past! two years i
.. -r.-- bitter that it augers the evil day for a The public road from Citra to Fort
the shipment of oranges. The year and on some lines has been very useful -
Elbert Izlar died Nov. 23rd, nomination, no matter who gets it. McCoy stands badly in need i of all Ito
4 after the freeze this county had thingsall and successful. The concensus of
lOOt This is the one burden, the dead the labor aud taxes belonging to it.
its own way, and every year since opinion,as far aa heard front, indicates -
weight of a rock ia the path of the And in fact Mr. Editor, as much
Pens col has just shipped her first then the Lee county growers have a desire! for a change of pastorsfor
democratic party, which is imminent more.) When this small share is I
full cargo of naval stores to a foreign been getting fancy prices. But it the next ensuing conference year.It .
for danger today and apparently im- divided up and the biggest half goingto
port. seems the time has come when is whispered around that an important
movable. Some soothsayers of the the hard roads the old men scratch
M. Quad (Chas. B. Lewis) although I Marion, Lake, Orange; and even marriage will come oil in'
tell us that a platform can be their bead and look,,
I party grey ; I different
hand in games-all
take new
Alachua to
advanced in is are going a ihe fur distant II
quite age, having this vicinity in not
in each
I constructed which, without much regard find the younger men look wise (?) and I -one package ofLiffn
tbe fun. The old counties will ,
trouble with hid writer. t
type future. The knowing ones say that
to the man who is to ttand upon i forcebly express their future determination -
however that a big new orange district the wedding cards will be out in Coffeeat

Jerry Wills, son of Judge Wills, it, will cure the evil and bring sue- : has grown up in the counties of -but the laws of the country time to announce the event before '

has been acquitted by a coroner's cers. I have no doubt that it will be i Manatee, DeSoto, Polk Hillsborougb continue to be respected. your Grocer*.
the holidays.A .
jury of killing Jeff Jones, the night easier now to get an acceptable: plat and Lee since the freeze, and that in Capt. Chas. Thomas, the venerableold
i new coat of paint recently applied -
policeman at St. rlie. form than heretofore. It ought; to be will from pioneer this community, continues -
future big come
I crops
to the tit. Johns church i is mak-
from the igns of the Umes.Tbe normal Fort to be coufiard to his room with
these southern counties.- Myers
Bert Marshall, of the Lyceum ing it look as good as new.
of the and its tradi-
principles party lingering illnessHe has always
Comedy Company, finds Florida a The iron fence that encloses the
tions were for the people and their been very active, energetic citizen,
rorgh road to trivet over. He started Loop the-Loop. resting place of our sacred dead, by
official servants, from the president to and his recovery is eagerly looked for
j out bad ia Gainesville, and. was rung The most sensational act ever exhibited -' the skillful touches of the artistic
: congress and from congress to the by the people of the entire vicinity."A .
off at Tampa the manager stated -the wonder of the BjP. All hand of Thomas 8imp'oa with his
court and all other departmeuU
supreme Neighborhood Singing Society"w (
that the attraction: as not of the Europe was !amazed, New York City paint brush!! when completed will be
and divisions of the government organized at the residence of Mr. such as to make non-residents having
chj desired in the Cigar City. went wild over the laop-the*loop. A
both state aud national: to live and Mrs. Tom Perry !Ut Wednesday loved ones buried in St. Johns eeme- C,
troup of champion bicycle rider, riding -
Mr. C. W. Perkins and wife of Boston and wove and have their political evening. The next meeting-Wednesday tery feel glad that their dead are
at mile a minute gait, performing -
a burird a people who care w>
Ma s., are in Ocala stopping with beingelose within the sacred portalsof night-will be at Rev. I. W. among
difficult feats ou a circuhr track, tenderly for their
Mrs.: C. f. McGraih. Mr. Perkins ,is the coostitutiou of the fathers of I Boring.Mr. memories
phcrd at an angel of 78 degrees, Ibe -. -. z
I a master painter aud has accepted a the republic. It was! the chart and I Rl&stieugarne and Miss Fva .
law of gravitation defied-will positively Physicians Prescribe It
position with Mr. J. fcUrr 8ternt>erg- compass and the ark of the covenant. I Turner Mr. Jim Thomas and Miss
be been at every performance Mtny broad minded physicians
er and will hive charge of this line of The idea of that democracy was timplicliy I Augdiue Baring, Mr. Davis aud ROLLS FROM the
with the Howe's Great London prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as Only let

work. iu government and in its relations Miss Louise lioariug attended the they have never found so safe and oim OVEN material g.et
-- Shows. in'o hf
to the people lAud that patriotism entertainment at Citra Friday night. reliable remedy for throat andluug oven and
Mr. H. E. Ruukle and Mr. Charles Will positively exhit.it at Ocala only the
bhould be au earthly religion. Your in Ocala troubles a* this great medicine. For
Allen\ of EI Paso, Texas, largely engaged Thursday Dec 3, rain or shine. correspondent was i BEST BREAD
Post Office
saleby Drug Store. m
belief that the constitution
In silver! mining Mexico, are The was Performance commencing at 2 and 7 Wednesday and accepted an iuvita* I rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and .

vibiting Florida and taking in Ocala was aa perfect a political code when lion from Mr. Schneider of the Wanted. whole--owe. A few felifva[ buttered is tiftal
adopted a* that the ten command in itself and almost nutritiousas
: Ocala Green House, to view the as
: oa their itinerancy and are registeredat New Friends of Labor. Fifty men to work at mill and on h edOrolt.r4
ments written upon the tablets of church decoration for the double
Moutt-zuiua. i farm. I for Bread'
the : They are most ere., can be more
aflaMe gentlemen. atone were the perfect moral law, We are proud to add to our large wedding. Space does not justify a Also a good sawyer: who can run a I atiffactorily filed: byP4EUS'

aroused and constituted the inspira- and growing list of subscribers the full description and we will say tbat Veneer machine. Apply( to t I I

Miss Loui Hovper, who has been followers distinguished names of the n, II-;:J. J. B M ALLOY, I II
tion of the and its BAKERY
put, its beauty could! only be duplicated '
quite sick iu New York for several establish and N. Stockton!; N. P. Broward, C. M. 1113 60d. Anthony Fla
took the commission to
today in a large northern city at a
mouths has come to Ocala to recuperate. founded Brown, D. H. Mays, J. E. Broowe .
maintain a government upon heavy expense.I .
She is the guest of her sinter, Tuat and Alfred tSt. Clair-Abrams. sat
there underlying principles. feil houon-d thai the O--ala I5anner -
Mrs. J. R. Ilrt.'ht.'i1d.Iit1 Hooper rhould be These gentleman ar< all strong: advocates ,
democrat then a
every has placed ine on its correspondence -
stopped over in Jacksonville. for a few of organized labor, and
patriot and every patriot should be a list, and will try to show my siiGw
days with her ri.terMiss Nellie wished the editor much success
democrat wa the rule for measuring of
appreciation by a punc'uftl report

Hooper. political merit in the abstract. Tamp Union Label. all the uexM of my vicinity. I hope

Mr. J. W. Croft, iron: Ocil I is no w It is hard, however, to make politics Allen Holton. the correspondents will join me in a
e with the Fred W. Hoyt Co. Mr. subservient to patriotism. Political As already announced in these gen NI movement to put ourselvesup \
tad tw d Comp'ttiats
Croft for several years traveled for reason[creeps in and the true principles columns, Mr. Allen Allen Holton, tbe to the highest standard of appreciation -
are certain to iwlt. This .ttzre'. your beauty?
the White, Walton & Co., wholesale by which to measure men and talented young actor and master of by tbe reading public. I 'rf: I odes ,
t.Kp the sl am : puss bj taitc8
grocers of Jacksonville, and comes what they advocate as a policy for the elocution, who was in Ocala several would appreciate a half column talk

highly recommended.-Fernandina party are lost sight of in the struggleto weeks ago, will make us another from the editor on the duties of country MON'S LIVER PILLS

Star. master a political situation. The visit. correspondents. He could giveus ; aNOTOtdIG PELLETS 7

Hon. John N. C. Stockton mailed a democratic party cannot now afford I Those who were fortunate enough all some good ideas, how, what 1! I\ 1 i and goal blooJ. good d.gestioo and good health will keep

copy of Mr. Taylor's cartoon book to to quarrel within its own household.A 10 hear Mr. Holton in "David Oar- and when to unite. How mazy will F the roses in your checks. Ramon's User Pills and "'

every editor in Florida. Now, as this house divided against itself must rick" will be very anxious to hear join me in this correspondenceschool Tonic Pellets gently ;U.lit n.ture.F Maple and
booklet ai defers or wn'jj to
fuuuy cartoonist is with the Times. fall. Sacred writ! There is a ten- him again. ? PETER STANLEY.BELLCVIEW. __
Uniou, wonder if Mr. Stockton will dency among prominent democrats He will be here Thanksgiving night f
New York ao4Qreeneville
mail a copy of that paper to all the to talk too much and too loud. Theyare and will render "Pygmalion and ,

voters of Florida? leaders in a certain sense but Galatea" the three act comedy by W Mrs Alvan Lucius has been very Teen

none of them are in line for presidential S. Gilbert.
Mr. Harvey Clark, who has been at ill for several days, but is now con
nomination by the party. Yet Mr. Holton impersonates all the
. a business college in Troy, Ala., fur valescing.Mr. .
they speak it from the house tops as characters in the play and in his line
Alfred of McIntosh
several months past, returned home Ayer, I
to who shall or shall not be the candidate of art is a rare genius. He will be assisted -
spent Monday night at the Seminole
;' Monday afternoon. His brother, Mr. i
of the party to oppose the between the acts by local I
Howard Clark, who was with him, while en route to his orange grove at POST OFFICE DRUG II
republican nominee for president. musical tale t. ,
will return the last of the week. Both Lake Weir
They assume to be the keepers of the The entertainment will be givenfor ,
these young men will soon engage in Mr. F. D. Pooser, of Ocala, was in ;
people's political conscience and their the benefit of the Marion County
and sold Mr. R. C.
business in this city. town Monday
mind readers as to both men and Hospital! J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
Bidge, one of our progressive farmers,
c Mr. J. W. Pear/ion though not .
measures. They say that the people
Was It a Calamity? a rotary plow.
much about his work is still bore WHISKEY "
will not have Cleveland nor
Bryannor of the Rev. HOUSE
During the absence Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith gava
ing for oil in Sumter county, and baa Bill nor Gorman nor Hearst ,
nor James Doherty, pastor of the Methodist another delightful dance Friday even-

faith in discovering it in paying Parker, nor any man yet spoken of as church at Excelsior, a goat en- Gainesville and Ocala; Fla.

quantities and every foot he drills fit for the How ing.Mr. -
candidacy. they tered the parsonage, and, after L. W. Drew, after two years r -- -------- ::
the more encouraging are the know any more about it than you or ceO I
jumping through a big pane of glass spent in Belleview, left Monday for I n
indications. The well that he is I do? They produce the confusion I O '
found himself in tbe pastor's private Ocala. He had the misfortune early -'.' i
f sinking is now more than 2,000 feet they intend. The people at large 'I
office. last spring of injuring one of his PMO -
His is the faith that removes clamor for S.. c ra.J
deep. never or against men or ,
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Seeing a lot of manuscripts of sermons knees aud is still obliged to use his ., ,; i 2.CI
f mountains and we hope will also measures. When there is any such .::- I 5 C -
and Sunday school commen- crutches. w w I lr .
pout oil.Florida's. thing it is the work of politicians .0
taries, "Billy" ate them. Later the The Rev. Mr. Dunklin came up 2o .; =
misfortune is in having too who must have something to do or :"C1J'ajf. ='1
pastor returned and pnt the goat to from Oxford Friday to fill his regular s =
email whose itch for like Othello, their occupation will be
many men palms Shamakiu so I ::5i .
flight with a broomstick.- appointment at the Baptist chnrch z...
, the lust and loot of office and it seems gone. The people at large recognizethe a rsr
telegram Philadelphia Record. I
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fact that they do not "know it I
impossible to lift the primary cam. .
if Orlando Mixter and wife are expected : Z
paign, in the state or in the counties, all," and are willing to learn and are }Ir. F. E. Haskell, formerly a from the North Tuesday and e8O i

r to a higher plane than scandal, abuse anxious to know the truth. How merchant of Shanghai, China, arrived will occupy their pretty home, "Pal O i _

and vilification. The trouble to be hard it is to get that truth through in Ocala Sunday. He will be metto Cottage." j FAMOUS: AXIIECSER.BUSCIl BEER
feared is that it will make the system prevalent political methods of men joined in a few days by Mrs. Haskell Mrs. Alfred Abshire, after several .

and not the men odious. ambitious to control the governmentof and they will spend the wilier here, mouths, visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.WJ. .

the party every thinking demo- having engaged rooms with Dr. and W. Harrell, returned' Monday. ,:,ooKye.. or Bourbon .t.__-.- ,....J ,?,! -4.oo Gi. at-._-_ _
ft errs cell Is sae day Mrs. Du Bois of Anthony was 1.50 --... ..00 1y too North eo 't:
a vJ .. It ........ Carolla. Con. ..1.My ,.. _
Tike Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- crat knows. The people are aware of Mrs. J. M. Thompson on Ft. King entertained last week by Mr. and 300. .. ---3.o I My.oo "" .. y. .. oraeL.lR.
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lets. AH druggists refund the their limitations of knowledge and avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell spent Mrs. J. D. Pop. Mr '..ooGinitM7TEe. --- --...... 1.75, MT 40 .. '. .. ,. ..".er s
money e oo hew tingla.d R.s it.... .. __
if it fades to cure. E. W. Grove's understanding of party men and last winter in Ocala and they will be Joss.Ramon's Jul and-Keg TradeM( a Special Feature s.r<

signature ia on each box.-25o eDorn. party measures, and they want conservative heartily welcomed by the friends they Insendingyourordenilway..endenoagh to conr tht COIl of lags. J..I .
T English Cough Syrup -g.Ilon Jug.laci- .2SC3"1a1loDJug.3SC; keg,.S I. HaU'Ia1 .
talk. They do not want to made on their last visit. They have I leU more whiskey and better whiskey thai any house la ..
cures coughs, colds, bronchitis and eitgoods and lullmealure. P1erida.bceauell'Iff ftJ*, ,

To Mr. and Mrs. Uttto Mente Sunday settle the matter of a nomination fallen in love with Florida and par all kindred troubles, try'it; 25c. at I 4.trt lorder wUtcoDriacerou that"wearethe pemte." Term.t.th wit fci.rt.f.

x a daughter. I from the personal prejudices of ticularly Ocala. estofflce Drugstore. m I J. F. EDWABDS.V0ttri""oait"leie .


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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."




THWLD REUABIMAbsolute The Bit low Minstrels arb email in

The, Ocala Foundry and MachineWork's Jerry Wills, i Prominent Young Man, number* but large in talent this sea S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Forging Ahead-Covering Shot and Wounded Jeff Jones. son. They appeared at the Mobile

.a the Territory From Ocala to theatre at a matinee yesterday and
Information reached this city yesterday
Feed and Sale Stables
Tampa. I to the effect that Jerry Will, a t again at night, good houses greetingboth Livery ,

I 4; Ocala feels justly proud of her several prominent young man of Starke, bon performances. The attraction ie!

industries and she has none more of Haa. J. T. Wills, judge of the stronger in variety of fea'ures pleasinir : We carry the most complete

choral effects and the humorousbusiness ,
substantial tha-i the Ocala: Foundry eighth judicial circuit, shot and seriously I
a associated with minstrel line of Harness, Saddles, etc .
and Machine Works or oue that is wounded Jell Jones, acting a

making greater head way. night marshal of that town, Thursday I show than it was two years ago, and in central Florida, and will give f

These works were moved to Ocala night.! after witnessing the performance, a 1 our patrons the very lowest

from Orange Lake in 1890 and was From the meager particulars which remark of Mr. Barlow's may be endorsed i
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prices. thoroughly
then a small But it that bt is making an honest +
very concern. could be obtained, it appears: that 4

not only held its own but continuedto Wills had just returned from the etti.rt to bring his troupe up to the equipped for fitting out turpentine

--4./, *, grow despite bank failures, freezes scene of the shooting of H. O. Rich I highest standard. and lumber teams, gear,

I and other calamities. ard at Lawtey. He met Jones on the They are equipped with many new etc.

!ly Pure Home-years after moving to Ocala street, when an altercation followed songs and .they give the old ones in I wagons, --....,.,'-."......,--...--.....

it absorbed the Graham Foundry and with the above result. first class style.
'-:-'! We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
ii'OSUETr' Dan amateurat
THEREIS 8. Holt formerly an
Machine Works (an entirely new It U said that the condition of the
Macon, G.., fills the post of end Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FarmJWagons.
plant) and introduced a supply of wounded man is serious, and that he

man like a veteran. Fla
North Side Court House. Ocala
Sili ELIZABETH HASSIS. Loon Editor new and up-to-date machinery and is not expected to live. It is also said
Edward C. Hayes is at the other
is now be'ond..U odds the strongest that Wills wan placed under arrest
i end. He has an ample stock of jokes
plant of the kind between Jacksonville and confined in prison.
HAPPENINGS without moss on them and otherwise
i and Tampa. I Another tragedY from bloody Brad any THE CLUB HOUSE.
I cleverly adds to the perform
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder were There are twenty seven men on the ford was reported last night. Parties!

at the Ocala House Monday. pay rolls all of whom are kept actively coming from Hampton state that a ance.
Novelties are shown by Varin and
) employed and no man on the man by the name of Andrew Green I

Tathum returned Monday Turenne, Roman axe manupilators, Cuisine First Class
USIJ force is ever idle. was seriously stabbed in the vicinityof Bates Reasonable.
aud the Gloss Bros., in artistic posing
from a visit to friends at Leesburg. The establishment has just turned Hampton, hut the name of his I,
representing contests between gladiators
out a complete haw mill for the Ray- assailant could not be learned.
Capt. John L.. Inglis, of Jacksonville remarkable feats of balancing Refurnished T ]roug ]out Special Rates by Month.
Clark-Johnson-Company and now has Gainesville bun
P was at the Ocala House Mon strength, and in parallel bar exercises
1 one under way for the Northern & i
YOU NEED.Chamberlain's
I which gained much applause at both
\ day.Mr. Southern Lumber Company.
: H. Hatou who now lives in performances.The I
;! In front of the establishment are a Stomach and Liver MRS. THOS. J. BARNES, PROP
I' Havana, is registered at the Ocala number of locomotive engines, mill orchestra, possessing a trombone -

, Tablets. soloist of merit, Will F. /Stewart,
i Huse. boilers and other huge piece of ma-
When you feel dull after eating. adds greatly to the generally pleasing
Eton that have, been in the
cbiuory or are
Mrs. Lude F. B. returned When you have no appetite.
effect of the pt'rformance.lobile -
Monday from a visit to friends at process of being: overhauled.If I When you have a bad taste in the 11 II
Register.! I'm
r Board nun.MM. there ia anyihlng in the worldwe mouth. Going Back Home !

de not know anything about it i81 I $100 Bewari 5100
When your liver is torpid.
William Hock and baby returned but it does to The readers of ,this paper will be ;
1 machinery, s;:riu us When your bowels are constipated. Nothing Doing Here in: Florida! .
Saturday from a short visit to that the Ocala Foundry and Machine pleased to learn that there is at least s
When you have a headache.

lrl. E. H.MoU at Leesburg.Mr. Shops the busiest place in the city. When you feel bilious. one dreaded disease that science ha S nce Pittman & Son have received -

and Mra. C. L. Biltinger and The building is tremulous with the Th y'till' improve your appetite, been able to cure in all its stages and that big line of fine heaters.

daughter spent Saturday at Leroy whir of wheels and to see the red I cleameand invigorate your stomach, that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis They have all kinds of heaters,

Y. Miller. sparks and molten iron and all sorts and regulate the liver and bowels. the only positive cure known to the
with Mr. and Mrs. C.
and none of them of the "luke '
of machines automatically at work Price 25c. per box. For sale by all medical fraternity. Catarrh being a I are

Mr. W. M. McKeathan, of Brooks. : sawing, drilling and shaving iron druggists and medicine dealers. m constitutional disease, requires a constitutional i warm" brand. Anyone using one
vllle who is in the turpen i treatment Hall's Catarrh I of their stoves will haveno
prominent bars and plates as though they were Popular Drummer to Wed. [ Cure Is taken internally, acting splendid

i tine world, was in Ocala Saturday. wood is a very interesting sight. We had a business call Saturday directly upon the blood and mucous trouble in keeping' warm as

I I Mr. A R. Griffin one of our most The plant, among other machinery, afternoon from Mr. Wilfred Lacy surfaceu of the system, thereby de. is necessary for human beings to

was in from has six lathee, two planers, three Goodwyn, who travels for the Rich stroying the foundation of the dis- be in this world.That's .
prominent ,
I ease, and giving the patient strength
drill presses, one sharper, one key mond Paper Co. heating'em some eh!
1 Anthony Monday.Mr. by building up the constitution and
1i seating! machine, two pipe machines, Mr. Goodwyn is a genial and assisting nature in doing its work. Getr our prices and see the quality of our goods,

i and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach, of and a large stock of tools and other charming gentleman and has many The proprietors have BO much faithin and we will be satisfied with the result.

Holder, were among the prominent implements used in a plant of this friends on the road, who will be interested its curative powers, that they offer

1 guesta at the Ocala House Saturday. character and the foundry and blacksmith in the fact that he will soon One Hundred Dollars for any case J. A. PITTMAN & SON.
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
shops which are under the become a benedict. BAZAR BUILDING OCALA FLA.
1 There ia no cough medicine HO popular testimonials Address, I OLD ,
Honey and Tar. It con- Fame roof but in separate apartments Mr. will be married -
M Foley's Goodwyn on F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. -------

Ulna no opiates or poisons and never. are furnished complete throughout.This the evening of December 15 to Miss Sold by Druggists. 7Sc.HaU's '

falls to cur. For sale by Post Office Pills the best.
establishment is especially Lydia_ Louise Harris at the bride's Family are

Drug Store. m fitted t'p! with a large stock of mill home In Richmond. I For More Business.Mr. OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA

Mr C W. Chace,of Gainesville, a supplies, such as inspirators, lubricators The Ocala Banner with the rest of i Herman Benjamin, acting for FLORIDA.

member of the Duttou Phosphate Co., injectors, governors, pump the newspapers throughout the state, the East Florida Manufacturing -- -.

was a prominent visitor to Ocala valves, setting nuts, sheat and rod who enjoy frequent visits from this Company and the Meat Packing

Monday. packing, steam guages, safety valves, popular commercial! traveler, extend Company, has purchased a six acre 4 BOILERS ENGINES !i

machine holts, set collars, shafting, best wishes to Mr. Goodwyn. In the tract of land immediately north of
Mi.. Annie Edwards: epeut Saturday :! Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valves Pumps
: pulleys, belts, etc., and also makes a words the ,
i Tamps Tribune "may the ice factory and will soon erect
ID (gala the guest of her Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belt ;

,, I.I and sister l Mr" and Mrs. Will P. El.: specialty of phosphate mining sup the web of the future of him and his thereon lumber mills which will in- ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of '

plies and has made a success of a roll the ,
ever smoothly through per clude a large crate aud box factory. j
'Ward. ][ I LLH.t; xn LINING SUPPLIES. '
picking table, which has almost entirely fecting presses:! of real affection and Thus Ocala continues to grow.
Mr. Irwin Rearlon assistant railway
taken the place of the picking receive always the imprint of genuine Not a Sick Day Since.

and express agent at Dunnellon, heretofore used. It makes IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
belts : car happiness and content. "I was taken severely sick with ,
U to Washingtoa City on aweek's
wheels and boxes and is building kidney tronbK I tried all sorts of
Stepped Against Hot Stove.A ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
small portable machines for general medicines, none of which relievedme. ,
child of Mrs Geo. T. Benson One day I saw an ad. of your -- ---

Mr*. W. Massey, who bas been sale.The when getting his usual Saturday Electric Bitters and determined to I

quite sick for several days: is very Foundry and :Machine: Worksis that. After taking a few doses I II :
night bath, stepped back against a try k ka
much better and will be all right in a in charge of :Mr.: B. 3. Anderson, a red hot stove which burned him se felt relieved, and soon thereafter was "RHutI A MOMENT.

graduate of the Alabama Polytechnic entirely cured, and have not been
day or two. I l31r. verely. The child was in great
Institute (the best in the south) and sioka day tince. Neighbors of mine 1
Have decided the kind of
M. G. White representing, the and thelmother could do nothing to have been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia you on
who six with the Lorn
'I r AntleUtu Paper Company, of Hagers- years pacify him. Remembering that she liver and kidney troubles and r( fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot j
bard Iron Works and Supply Company -
Monday in had a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain. general debility." This is what B. F. II i i a question of bow much, but 1"
in the
town, Md., was city of Augusta, Ga. Bass of Fremont, N. O. writes. Only what kind and when the best results

Balm in the house she she'
the interest of hU: house.!!! )I'r. Anderson's direction the Drug Store i,
Under I. 50c. at An Monopoly : can be obtained. You can't make a
would try it. In leas than half an
of Washington Ocala Foundry and Machine Worksis i Tydings!! & Co. mistake when you use our high grade
Mr*. Rachael Perry, hour alter applying it the child was
Sunday rapidly extending its business and J. Stuart Lewis, formerly of Orange fertilizers. :
D. C., quiet and asleep, and in less than two

and will ipend the winter with her is acquiring a reputation among all week was well. Mrs. Benson is a Lake, but who is now filling Highest cash price paid for dry bones -j jI

the phosphate miners, mill men and the of mail agent between I
Mrs. Annie Perry. position
in law
daughler- well known resident of Keller, Va.
turpentine operators in all the terri- and Carrabelle, was In
Tallahassee '
Pain Balm is an anteseptic linimentand FLORIDA FERTILIZER HF6 C OMPM-
Mrs. J. M. Terrell, of Tampa, who tory from Ocala to Tampa and duringour I the city yesterday. He was en routeto
I especially valuable for burns!:, Gainesville, Fla. /
t r has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.C. visit was just filling an order Irvine, where he had been calledon
t cuts, bruises and sprains. For
P. McGrath for several weeks returned from the city of Tampa. account ot the illness of his moth 1/I
sale by all druggists and medicine GEO.W.HYDE, Vice Free
r home Sunday. The company has enlarged its dealers. m er, Mrs. M. 0. Lewis. It is to be JAS.M.GRAHAM, President.

. i building for the third time and is still hoped he fouud the condition of the' f

Mr*. 11. K. Smith left Monday for cramped for room. Cane Grinding. patient improved-Gainesville Sun. The First National BankOF

i Atlanta, Ga., to spend several weeks. If you want to feel that Ocala Saturday afternoon Mrs. D. E. Mc- -----

r, She; will be with Mr. and Mrs. Frank growing visit her shops. Iver took her Sunday school class out A Policeman's Testimony. GAINESVILLE.

t f Uppltt at No. 77 West Cain street. to a cane grinding atlr.. Johnson's J. N. Patterson, night policeman of
Beautiful Florida Homo For Sale. Nashuala., writes: "Last winter'Ihad
,, several miles north of town. Besides
of Stanford, Ky., a bad cold on my lungs and tried I Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
Rev C. II.1'owell, The Only
:i Buildings stock tools, farming ,
I, attending the cane grinding they at least a half dozen advertised! cough
will be
Ocala Sunday. He
arrived In
1: ; here week and Is the guest of his implements, etc. Eighty acres land, carried a lunch and enjoyed a regular medicines aud had treatment from Capital. . . . . . . . ... . . f50OOO 00
a Good water without getting any
45 acres in cultivation. picnic. They all report a "perfectly two physicians Surplus and Undivided 20,00(100Does
ebter l -In-law, Mrs. J. E. Chace. and good health. Reason for selling benefit. A friend recommended
bunk In the
lovely time. exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any
am about to engage in other business. Foley's Honey and<< Tar and two thirdsof state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations! ,
If tXK RENT-One hundred and fifty acres of address PANSY PLANTS fine bottle cured me. I consider it All business
. cleared land, unable for trucking or For full particulars -10,000 plants; a Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. "
.. I melon, mostly under fence, one alt B. B. QUABTERMAX, 15 cents per dozen; $1.10 per hundred. the greatest cough and lung medicinein transacted promptly.

." .1 1 toilet> from court further house.information House and address barn on C. 1120 dlt w3t Fairfield, Fla. 1023-m OCALA GBEENHOUSE. the world." Postoffice drug gtore.mS. :0.17 H. E. TAYLOR.C43 1

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HEBE f AltO THERE. I FROM A GIFTED 'OI H'S PEN cloak rooraa, lathe cafes, k4aRaph I II I I A Co./(m.it for Or. 11Iull.I .

oSc i, & po.toS e4 track: and loin I 1 Kitchtoo was aaod for Br. H. H. YOU SORE? USE

riaatly faraibe4 MGO where the 1(!: Butch, one of eTn brotbtrs, who
VI William Hotter and iIf1..tt Th Rusty uC Sfl ed.r ef Waslu> j 1 4aracamph
monopol lets t1>rgn-g&i.oe to eanartdiatrAira ': are wattr4 all tbrjgb Marion,
daughter,an nutlet Jira-E. H.Mot Isgtoa-S2OOnOO for Octl '* Pal- '
-U..tbu. aunties ani one
II s2hEZea by wckb they rob : Ltvyarid ,

at l>* bar r.Rot. lie B.t!<(t-Bni for Botioff the people and the gtJnrnm nL I 1'i of the two wbov; name! are familiar : Lutia !rMuscular 01 Mar RifUtI3CL

,. Fahr BoO,ik :kt ba. returned a. L. EUboIkortor. !I! The hone bw Un the tenser of attraction f Wall who haT kept cp with the
boat from a few cwntL Tuft to Waehingsrn. D. c., Xov. 22, \V& the pttt :week. The Scene is j: procttdic of the ridalure for the
bit old Lame 'is Italy.A 1'0 e F. r e[t .e Oaa !:.uur. DOW febified to the txroale wtkb!:: will I I bit ten or twelve "to.!!. It uJ to : Mtaclo, Sore Josaii icJ Ncwalgo.

The trf oliar runner: In which the b*oeeapi d in bt:&Ud drbau-e until i I be tail of tbe doctor that b* was one The only External Rtoedr "wiicS wfl Swtit Orst t..<

dacgbttr WM torn to Mrs. James Tbgi ng. 1 i ma wb eooM always depend upon FCTa cd I fI..2.r-- oc.
ttr itU of Wtibitrtoa laid U
KdJey at InTtrarM bereral daytagaMr : I bud CL'J III 15c..5 :;.k suo Loetii 1t a.;r.t DrynFOR .
Our iprr=Bti ve3: a&ia :: eenairr gttUL, the solid vote of bb borne
Killa.u fvrurerlyMle, Hor.luic rather etffifceisg to a fttnngtr at ir L i t
have tltroda l of whenever be fit to run
i uainUr Imter- I pre'elnet jaw SALE BY AhT I-MO't)' v.o\i'-Y DRUGSTORE.

Dale. There is as kTecbe for evrb ttite iatbencioa tact till water: Mallory and Cuugre I for orbs; and in the old days, when -------..._ -

J. IL L1yindun. one of Onia''I and the letterer wt'ttJ, man Da vu bare is trod*;*& tills I te lived OQ bis term atBIiU-htoo, aspbysl .- -

It6dlc{ real l etu.it dealtrx, and well ulryt.ttrlD tbe apba.t! et txept J, for Improvement of aebool fdiiita praetking .an, planter and

known through the tute, 11 domiciled ran parallel with tbe arenas from ::' in difTtrrent i euocs of the >iat4>, lcreStp, be WM f namy whattc STRAUSS'

&t the Da T J.-Metropolis east to vest; while the aumterrd aDd of the & bery 1zdu try.Coagrrz'man may ircnU *s "(hoe bead center"of

: epirkatn is working tbe retire: community. Dr. butch
MM MtU JeweU i* r the get atretta von north and boattu There
liken He Introda t-d bill is the phjsieiaa of the convict
are M be atifal little trojan. : a DOW ROYAL RESERVEFour
tf her aaot. Mr. B. R. Bird i y, in many grwrncireW ,
this werk for tbe relief of farm O ala and ba.s removed to
plum and that tb our rtep'::'rt- near ,
}Macon: Ga. the U expected homeU parks, :
ed and venerable; cilit-a, Adam L.Eiebelberger. the Bnck City.-Times-Union "Short
tt.fttttA: often run into each otter and
>. latter part of nut tl'*k.Mt. .
one completely loge bin beards ga. Another to a ecr", an Talks." _

tad )[lL Turner and c11Cltittn, The city u divided into eeeUorra, appropriation for a $3X,CM3 public Worm Destlo,.,. Quarts $3 5 0
., Delivered
of Baltimore, are In Oeala for the i rtbea4t.. northwest, boatbeiit and boiling for Oeala. And U11 another W hltt'o Cream Vtroiifoge, out ,
only kill worms, but remove:* the
-winter. They are Hopping with Mr. aor.IUt.b went, eimiUrto a townebipin to improve oar JUbenes. All their ERt "
mums and alime in which they tnlld rS d (
and Mr..T. J. Own on Magnoliattmu Florida, with the capital in the center. are good bills: and will t.e a lu-tir.g their nests; it brings, and quickly, a .

The north< teeelion L> the arieto- benefit to oar *eetk>n of country.CoDgree healthy condition of the bf3y,,where eI '

cratie ponion of the city where tbeltog&tic.n : met Friday to adjourn worms cnnot ..xi L Sc. ..t AntiMonopoly I JXIWlc.T.fiT /

Jin. Fit-Mick, widow of the ate con&relam and benaton untilTueeday. There will k pr..eUtilJy Dm store. mia t r A STRAUSS' 76"ftFULL

John M. RwJdick, of Brookil,
reside in their palatial apartments nothing more done autil the r4i <
will g j u Cheater, 1 b.: C., awn to make Ocala PhosphaU Oajs. ; 1 !.
and rteldtoct regular t* ion tonvtn in Dremtr. ,
f "T'e' fifP-st"
her borne with her parent Mr. nod Some } 5
when the
years ago, pbophste =*
When Congressman bparkman fret 6ooa the white hour will te '
)ul. wad Hood.Crawf&rJ /- t!vRv
thrown and the social sea Jn of boom was at its height, OcsJawas ,
came to Washington ka fLridA'a: rep- on t ::1 ';" -u.*
A Atkinson the wonderful eutative, be bought & bicjcle and Wachii-gton: will lot at iu bright.! about as lively a r.lce as one r QUARTS .*.\*.** J

electrician at 8. A. titandleyoffal A CV*., qaickly made himaelf fAmiliar with One has to read up a bit about the could: wish to &ct. The eiretts of the a1 a." DELIVERED= $6tOO '/ .

cane baadrtd doIL.r fur CM* Brick then resounded
any of for City with the
the different build iDjf* and locations. etiquette Wahicgtoa society,

of ttllmat1m. oturgu! cervoiuprostration Tbe capital, the pantheon of American there is tut much pomp and ceremonyto steps of men from all quarters of the J:.
or pain of any kind that --
fcecanbot care with the touch of his liberty u generally the meecaof tee found here &s in the courts ofEurop globe: and the "eunding room only"

band 11 20 4t all patriotic Americana. Ibiswagnifl *. Birn was often bang oat in the MAMIK: HOWSE-STOVALL
House. \Vneo
: ent marble structure cost the boom collip, d,
Mr. IL G. Hew, of Ifenton Harbor,,
the tide for time s
the |1 5 <>X {!. The a left the town; but
government >, : fe an The Best Remedy For Croup.
Micb. who formerly resided ia Ocala
for Ocala
not long. ia tbe Center of a
uriTtd la thin e icy Friday He will caste iu eeiutillatinK/ ry upon the (Froa tie eu i+o Zi... Dtily clobe / Pabst '
red, white and blue emblem the. Tbisis ibebeaeoa when the woman good farming country with the great
to the logzicg ta intwj aGrahatuville t
flaUtrn in the gentle lttte>t from the who knows the beet remedies for sugar Hammock and ihe rich lands

/ thin winter. dOD: and \rbICI.HaVt' a o.enace croup is in demand in every nightorb'Xid. of Orange lake on one side, and

Cue cf rte moet temble stretching to thtWtDt., the fer-
\\'. A. Herreo, of Finch, Ark.pwrits U any nation who may attempt to thirds in tbe world is to be awaken I I away
tile hocircteitds thit!: are to te found Blue Ribbon
: "I wUb to rtJll/rUh.t Foley'aKld&ey nnlau folly invade our ecred domain in the middle of the night by a uboop

Cure b.. cured & ternlleCAM The magnificent front plaza uitn I from our of the fbildren. Tbe croupremdirt itllsUiDgiJe phosphate tide about I

of kidney and LItddtr trouble iu broad, war LIt> terraced *tep foun- are alm'At M art to U l' .t such thrivin uleiieot; a-- Batch

lit case of croup, 111I: a revolver it eare ton. The future of a Given thus located .
ttiul beautiful lawn
that two doctor had given up. shrubbery, .
PotUiQce drug store m wiudilJi walks and tall fejcamoretre ned u, Li!to lCMtia he an Ci.-old-f? of Lur hioned!.are.r There mad ie naturally assured.-iwr9d bears the trade-mark "Pabst Mu.Waukee" .

Union -bort Talks.
which at this b aaon are bereftof for known hive
croup as Syrup an
It it that of in a red circle. In the
tuuevtod rime ouIJA r
their foliage, ia truly a fitting introduction wIa! Lat borne modern mothers bay Doesa't Respect Old Are.It'll .
rtemen take to the immensity aod
febamfal when youth MU to of Pabst Beer
guard along with tbein S a purl grandeur of tbe interior. Thefetnateocapi better and doe not eobt M iwucb. It making I

of tbelrbuQt [Jg :< *&o to keep tie causes: the patient "in throw up d: bow proper re-pect for old age, bnt: I
the north while tbe
( !s wing, phlegm" quicker and gives, relief in a jOlt the contrary in the was! of Dr. -
timid dfe-rfrorn rusulnjcover them. barley is right
house U in the' aoatlt winz. 'fbe shorter time. Give thin rtUl dy ae KiLg's New Life Pills. They cut off
v-> I
Her. J. C. Ly, fJt' .nopj, tbe immense rotunda of the dome, where lain as the croupy couzb appears andit maladies no matter how severe and The are I
will tbe attack. It irrespective of old hops right :
oMen fuetuWr of tbe Florida Con- tbe martyred presidents and other prevent never age. UysptpMa,
fails and is pleasant and "afe to take. jaundice, fevtr, constipation all yield
ferenfe filie-1 tu' pulpit at tbe MethtoJbt noted fclateemeii have laid in state,
For Bal by all druggists and medicine to this perfect pill. ii.5". at AntiMonopoly The water is right
tbe ball and the corridor of i,
church mot statuary ,
awtpubly euadaymorning. dealers. ni Drug Store and Tydingg I

the f>peakr of the house are favorite and Company. The plant is right
Matter Surprise.
rendezvous; of fcightsttrs who stand
)fr. F. B-soe, of Hamburg, Germany '
before the portrait, Urge paintings After expending several million Coming Soon :
junior member of the phosphate Hove'M
: Great London Shows :
and marble Dtaiuee of our Kreatfefet dollars combined
in the publication of the official
firm of billnun
& Ben, is Q
on a buiin** visit to Ocala! and will men, from the colonial days op to the records of the civil war, in I1fty: with Sanjer'tj ROJ-B Menagerie
/ and Trained Animal
t. tere t veral week present lime, in wonder and admiration. or more volumes, it aipirea that Eiposition. i

In the of celebrated Havicg exhibited all over the
language a the collection lacks certain very imporunt

Slb.s. Beetle Porter returned to De etateman: "It la here where tbe features. According to a world, receiving the enthusiastic

Laud Monday resume her studiesatfct.Uon plaudits of all people, astonishing all J
bif tory of the nation in ma.dt'4" The tatementin the savannah >Sans, a 4h
MUa nations with ice magnitude, crowned
Univer.ity. Porter debates in congreai furnish veritable itadent of John Hopkins University,

- tame over for a few day while her treasure! house for the bbtoriana; who was preparing an historical paper with the laurel that's verdant of leaf

'father Ikv. J. C. Porter wan DO critically while the building itself is fo all a desired to know bometbiug of bestowed by emperors, kings, duke,

IlL presidents and twenty millions of rnt
rune of iugplratiou aa well{ M ad certain orders issued by Gen. W. T. 3
----- t .., '" ,
Tin Know Whit You are Taking miration. One may red nearly Sherman. They were not to be found delighted visitors, impressing mag. &&C&
nitude and merit be really splendidand
Wben you lake Grove' Tasteless every chapter of his country's history In tbe txxiks. He went to Washing* a =

s Chill Tonic because :tbe formula ii that U represented ty the monUmtDU, ton and asked permuMou at the war typically representative and superior .

plainly printed on every ootlle sbow itatuea, buuu, pictures, door and :department to inspect the Sherman bbown, which ia without a

lug tbat it simply, iron and) quinine atones even, and nonotewortny event orders on file there. This walt denied doubt tbe oldest and beet regulated of For Sale by .
in a UitelwH form. No cure no all .
tbe world's
baa happened that baa not been discussed representative amuse !
him, and the keeper of tbe records
pay, Me. t i
------ by tbe master intellects of the formed him directly that three ment institution. STRAUSS & CO
Mr. Floyd Metcalf, an old Ocala time! Will positively exhibit at Ocala
especial records were to be kept from ,
boy, apent Sunday with friends here. I
There U every m-jdern convenience all authors, and other persons who Thursday Dec. 3, rain or ehine.

- Mr. Metcalf now bad an excellent in the building; reception rooms, wrote papers. This extraordinary Performance commencing at 2 aDd 7 ,
ponitlon In the .hlo
department at m.
development indicates as the Morning We Want-
Kuhn Fulehgott and Company's big ;
DO YOU GET UF News remarks, tbat the fibermaa Tbefollowing extract from a letter
itnre in Jacksonville.
orders contain matter which tbe written by G. M. Harmen, of the
Grower in
WITH A LAME KICK ? Every 13tato
MaaUr Pat Mu% IIOnof, SIr. Miz,. authorities desire to conceal from tbe Dispatch, to the proprietors of Ra- To Have Our Books. '. .t

who owns a big lumber mill at Kidney Tnrable Makes Too Miserable. public. The question Id, what right mon'a Remedies ia explanatory:

(),nant, hue entered the 0cala high have they to do HO? There is no pill that equals Ramon's FLORIDA VEGETABLES." A complete manual on Florida ew _
Book of
}'LOIUD.OJ1.XG}: epecialintertettoOrangerbwwers.
acbool for the term. He in boardingwith Almost ia everybody sure to knqwcf who read the the wonderfulcures newspapers Pills; they leave the bowels with 4'FLOBII STHAlVBERRIESr Booklet on "Sod. Vartetiw, C,MvatioD i
Disastrous such pleasant healthful "
Wrecks feelings, no and Fertilization. #
Mm. C. J. Phillips on South I' 'I i made by Dr.Kllmer'sSwamp.RGOt.. Carelessness responsible for I I.ad effects, after perfarming their IRISII POTATOES," Booklet on "Soil Seed, Plantlaj, ErfWtof Ff
Third street. manya tilizer*. Digging and "
I the great kidney liver work so thoroughly. I have tried Rbiuping ;
[ railway wreck and the same. causee ..PI E.lPPI.E FERTILIZING.** Of pedal Interest to PiBeapf4
li and bladder them
N !m 7 ( remedy.It and know whereof I speak."
It Grow era.t
I will be pleating news to the ii the great medi- are making human wrecks of sufferers &X5
at Postoffice
Drug Ltore. m "IDEAL FERTILIZERS".Book showing all our different brand aa
many friend< of K v. J. C.;.Porttr d triumph of the nineteenth from Throat and Lung troubles.I aly!! ,'priCetl, etc
5j dalt
1 century; -
throughout the state to learn that his 41' '| covered after years of But since the advent of Dr. King's Under Flagler's' Magic Touch. New and Revised Fditionaof Above Just 1'ubllt -

condition it much better and m' scientific re: arch by bed Sent Free for
ai very he | Dr. Kilmer the eml- New Discovery for CoWumpliooCougla The establishment of a daily edition Asking. !

li now well on the road to a rapid .- nent kidney and bladder and Colds, even the worst of the Miami Metropolis will be

recovery. -wonderfully succcnful In specialist promptly, and curing Is eases can be cured, and hopeless rest an event of more than ordinary sig WILSON S TOOMEij? FERTILIZER COMPHY I

who lame back kidney, bladder, uric acid trou ignation ia no longer necessary. Mr. nificance. Within the period of a
Mra. E. A. White, half! spenttbe bles and Bright's Disease,which b the worn JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .ARfnt. !
1 .at form of kidney trouble.Dr. Lola Cragg, of D rche&ur, Mass., i U single decade most of the region surrounding ,
| Bummer witb) friends in -
o Muncie, Ind., baa returned to her for everything Swamp-Root but if you!b have not recommended kidney one saved among many whose life wa that wonderful city was a .................................................. :'

Lowe at Curs for the liver or bladder trouble it will be found by Dr. King' New Discovery.This veritable howling wilderness, and : ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS.
winter. Mrs.I
t !. just the remedy you need. It has been tested great remedy is guaranteed for twenty Dade 1 .
I White U in very! good health and In so many ways, in hospital work,in private all throat and lung diseases by AntiMonopoly !- years ago county was
practice the practically out of the world. Pensacola : HANNE BROS a 1i
helpless 1
t spent most of tbe summer! verypleasantly. relief among and has proved so too successful poor to purchase in- Drug" Store and Tydings & -

every case that a special arrangement ha 1.O0. Press. i WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND :BEER HOUSE. !
been made by which all readers of this pape.who
j Mr. Alfred Proctor of have not already tried it. may have a For a Bid Cold. : 1246 to 125S 'v. Adams St.. Jacksonville, Fla : J.
Levon, one sample bottle sent free by Rev. 1
mail also a book and Mrs. J. C. Ley, of Mica ;.
of tbe most popular and aubsUmthv 1 telling more about Swamp-Root and how to It you have a bad cold you need a 1 4FullQti. 11 Fun Qti. : ; ",.
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. nopy arrived in Ocala Friday and are good reliable medicinelike Chamber t Hunting Club 'J.6s '7.00 .
citizens in the
' countywaa| transacting When Nelson County =ego 7 SoJ
writing mention this the
reading generous guests of their son, Mr Lydte : Monogram Maryland !.JO 800 t
buglneu in Ocala Saturday and offer in this' aln's Cough Remedy to loosen and Haane"44" 375 9-50
send your Ley. Rev. and Mrs. Ley celebratedtheir relieve it and to .. Social Drops 400 11.09 5
left on our desk a Bryan dollar for paperand. allay the irritation
Dr.Kilmer& fiftieth
the continuance of the visits of thiOovla e bamton. N. wedding anniversary on and inflamation of tbe throat and i EXPRESS PREPAID hire Ton c natal n't tell yoa what try. wt !
July fourth and both these old .
rrgitlar fifty cent and : peoplea
Dinner for the ominj year. bile sizes Rof e..mpaooa lung For sale by all druggists and i Our reference, 15 years successful bu lnt'8t. .
are sold by all good druggists, re hale and hearty
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V a'r: THE OCALA BANNERa- : tt'r; wY


-he paper "01' the People; for the People and by the. People."

<)L AXXVIl. NO 11
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1J! 03 10) ) ; ) .t \ } IF 41
V -
SLIZABETH l I 1 -': .
L. ANDERSON. Shooting Affray at Homosassa.. For a sick headache try Chamber- I
I Battleship Massachusetts Floated. TRIAL BEGINS AT ST. LOUi$. f .
Wednesday morning a shooting New York, Nov. 25.-The battleship lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets:: ;

: HAPPENINGS Wtha't'\'er thought that t1.1"1 I affray occurred at Homosassa betweenthe Massachusetts has been floated from Several Charged with Conspiracy In I they will ward off the attack if taken : I
founder dry dock in the
"builder of Marti railroad that place Mr. Brooklyn navy yard. Fraudulent Naturalization.I' in time.. For sale by all drug at ,
Ir r :Mr*. O. B. Reddick received tj| meej: and measure agent Three months ago she was damaged St Louis, Nov. -The trial of "AT j and medicine dealers
i of W. A. Weems and the locomotive 07 running on the rocks off the New Morrow, stenographer to Governor'Dockery :j m ,
_home: at Reddick Wtdn pra se tlig, effort8 deserved. I England coast. It cost, and Thomas E. Barrett '
engineer, Mr. George D. Ballard. according to former ----
Its ai>juga to succeed where Constructor Capps 75,000 to put her marshal of the St Louis court of ;
conditions :, Like nearly all shooting affrajs in repair. She will probably be the appeals, charged with conspiracy In
environments Invite
f Mm. J. A. McDavid, ; this one began over very trivial mai- first vessel of the North Atlantic the fraudulent naturalization of 1'' Watch the Kidneys f fI
it visiting her bwnere these things ttr. It seems that Mr. Ballard squadron to leave the navy yard for alien residents of St. Louis county,

are unfavor f not wholly wantingIt Tompkingville. where the fleet will as- began today before Judge Adams In _I
: wanted a bucket of sand which is wmble WHEN THEY ARC AFFECTED LIFE II _
is quite rmatter.Building preparatory to going to Cuba. the United States district court. Other '
i W. X. kept in the warehouse in barrels andis charges In connection with the naturalization IN DANCERA
a, in the interior Of
daughter, Miss Nora Florida i used for the purpose of b&nd. Negress Kills Deputy. are pending against them. WORD OF WARNINQ '
is a j\1 ich this time Madison Ala.. Nov. Barrett
to was convicted
up lug the track. The fireman asked the 25.-William last week at r. y
r Martin, epeut bas eluded: alru aud all euttr. Russell, constable at Madison, Ala., the time of the conviction of Dolan Dr. ABEBSITHT, the great English I
agent for the warehouse keyso died from the blow inflicted by Miner. and Garrett of having aided and abet I
prises. physician: and surgeon, well known to all ? ||
Quite revival has he could procure the sand. va Walker, a negro woman who fractured ted others In having fraudulent citizenship -

the Jill, and leu See how h9 many of U8 have The agent, who was quite his skull with an ax as he entered i, papers In their possession. !I the physicians medical,sounded profession words and to of all warning mankind to r w
labored to her home to servo Dolan and Garrett were sentenced
:i i, ported Ooala News we have had macula ft city-and busy! at the time, remarkedthat woman is in Jail here papers.and will be five years each In the state peniten when he uttered the words: Watch the r.

'f m,.f judgment, foresight he guessed he would keep the charged with murder. Mr. Russell tiary. Judge Adams deferred the! kidneys; when till) art ,ffl'/Iilli/I it
A large delegation of
wealth, \\m and liberality, sans on the outside. This remark was a confederate veteran and leavesa Barrett sentence. in dander" Tl
1 are petitioning the and each aud a In turn have put family.J. The testimony of Jos J. Glllick. It is the duty of these organs to keep !
'f{ curfew ordinance.A forth willing seemed to anger the engineer, who Jointly Indicted with Morrow and Barnett our blood strained of poisonous hnpuritlM | \

after anbnu0u3 efforts,yet, told the agent that if he would keep N. C. ytocktou candidate for who has turned state's evidence that are capable of causing the most fatal

daughter arrived at fifty years unremitting toil, thesauri on the outside and not on the is expected to be the chief relianceof forma of disease. When they do not per
what In the barv United States sen ttor-declared I at the the government
)lr. aud Mrs E. H. iusido of the warehouse: he would form their work properly,then trouble U
The United Be for 1900 political meeting in Tampa last Monday Among the witnesses subpoened by some form Is sure to follow sooner or later,
Baruesville, Ga., several census give him a five dollar bill. Tn Morrow are Governor Dockery United .
and If neglected death will follow.
gives Ocala a popion Of 3,3bO! night that "uo act ever committed States Senator Cockerll ,
agent made no reply. The engineer Attorney General Some of the most important symptoms
Miss Lovella Ballard The founder ofrti Crow, Supreme Judge James
city saw it then said he would give him ten doldoli in tnis state by any one man had are, aching in the back or hlpslwoUe. )
day afternoon from to half hat Gantt, Secretary of State Samuel :
I grow na two years rs if he would do so. Finally he so disgraced the fair name of Floridaor Cook. State Treasurer Williams.In ankles, puffiness under the eyes, dry or .
where the has been Five large cigar tories besides I furred tongue, unnatural appetite and ;
aid be: would give him twenty dol- brought so much shame to its people .
weeks. smaller great thirst,weakness and loss of weight
many ones
re successfully ars. The agent returned DO answer as the act of the governor when a Healthy Condition.
Rheumatic pains established, a cityerniiieut was the walked oil. As hedid he signed. the iniquitous Fiagler divorce Dawson! Ga., Nov. Statements sediment or cloudiness la the urine, dry.
tlO engineer of the three Dawson banks, the Dawson ness cf the skia or strong persplratloo,
by application of organized with elec lights, paved so Mr. Weems turned to the mail bill." AM one of the 'Three I National, City National and the disorders of the stomach and liver.

Bone Oil, try it; 2oc. streets, a fire decent: a streetcar gent, who was nearby and remarked: Friends," Captain Broward who is a : First State show that there is more All the above symptoms do not appearIn

Drug Store. line, hotel, rl'ltt'nts, boarding 'what fools some men make of them- candidate for governor aud a close than a half million dollars on deposit any one case, and all kidney disorder
i! in these institution. This is strong will not present the lame symptoms.There .
Mr. J. M. Metier has Louses, and all the cel8ories and political friend of the Hon. J. N. C.,
elves! sometime
evidence of Terrell county's prosperity is nothing that 10 quickly and
a few days at St. : equipment of city. Unfortunately Mr. Ballard overheard was virtually the leader of the element as a great part of this money bfui surely makes the kidneys right as Font's

ness connected with his The scheme was a fress: and had the remark. He turned ac. that passed this bill iu the lower lAnsi tt? farmers. KIDKZT CUBK. It is a preparation of the

Gen. Marti lived, dee the bank be best known remedies used by the world's
factory. cused Mr. Weemrt of calling him a house of the legislature, it might Terrell County Committee.

Mrs. Sarah A. Harris : failur.-s and the calar, the great fool and collared him. Mr. Weems, well for Mr. Stockton to give public Dawson, Ga., Nov. 25.-The Terreil moat celebrated kidney specialists. It k
and used thoa-
endorsed by physicians by
Martrl! Tuesday freeze wrought, Ma City today strike expres&ion of what Le thinks of Captain county executive committee
Mr. Ballard him
expecting met in the courthouse for the purpose sands. It has caved many lives,and whileIt
few days with Mr. and would Le to O"ali wh bor City is: pulled out his pistol and fired. The B.'s candidacy. The United of organization. J. H. Oxfordwas cannot cure hopeless casts, it wilt prevent -

W. Long. to Tampa.So bail took effect inIr.. Ballard's States genatorship has no connectionwith elected chairman and J. J. Bib fatal kidney troubles and give relief .

tbe ent"rp"ise, was access.: Florida divorce laws, but the secretary The purpose of the organ r In even the last stages of kidney disease
The follow ing abdomen. Th injured man is now I
ization is to get ready for the county
Seeing the city go I has. Uaineville! Sun. Postoffio Drug Store.
piece! so -
in critical condition in the I governorship
in the Ocala :;- lying a state and national campaign next year

..1 house in Ocala whose quickly through a for ofircutu- hospital:! in this city, having been
I.J stances over which he h
control -- ---
---- -
no --
\I free access to piano." brought on a special train at eleven
.J and for which he is in no r
o'clock Wednesday woroin .
. ,; Frank Clark, in a way responsible, I founder

Metropolis, bays that with an indebtednei hanging BLITCHTON. i

satisfied with the him of many thousd dollars,
least as to his own was neither unnerved t discouraged Ia Mtmoriam.

and next turned h.atteution: Prudence Willis died at the homeof
The children (and
to Silver Springs, and tured the her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
for that matter) can't
property the head of \ springs Willis, Nov. 11, 1903. She was eleven --
that will please them
lIe"I built and equipped railroad years old and died of dropsy, with
Great White
r .'. from there to Ocala wiout the which she suffered seven weeks. Her
carnival grounds.:: It is
bonus of a dollar or the dutiou of remains were interred in the Pleasant REMEMBERTHE
the Ocala Banner says so.
-- acre of land from the cional or Hill cemetery. We sympathize

1., The Great White Way government. with the bereaved. -

nival grounds a Up to date Mr. Anderson a loser Dr. Van Hood, of Ocala, was the

r moving pictures, wire- the enterprise ioiisand guest of Dr. Blitch last week. '
; Bongs are all good. The I but he has ktith thatin the ) W. P. Hammond was in Ocala I'I'Ir. I

club swingers are the he will wiu outaud iu Uliziaj Monday.

f eibibited in Ocala. Ocklawahi river he Sieves Dr. Butch has made an addition to

115 Acres of Floe Land the problem of makiug Cola a his storehouse.

Well timbered, well There will be preaching at this ATTHE
I. city.Let SiH
perfect. Write to J. us all with one accord pit to place Sunday morning at eleven

Ocala, Fla., or J. A. end. o'clock. Everybody come. R3V. Jj

Fla. N. Overhultz will preach. 1;. H.
Second Lyceum Ittraction.A .

John W. Martin, high class eatefeiuuient obe ; BOSTON STOREI

ing salesman for babel given by the "Three Jfostoniausf'' at The Street Fair.
cepted a tine position
of attractionshas
Armory, Friday tight Nov 27. Riddell's aggregation
nah house.! Mr.
young fellow and his above company fe compost!of arrived and the street fair opened

gratulate him on his li8.'l Fannie Fish, whialer; Miss Ad- Tuesday night in all its glory.

I sonville Metro|'olid.Mr. Chase Smith, dranatic! recitfi; Since coming to Ocala last year,

; Martin is well Annie Libby, hapist. N.te Manager Riddell has secured many
features for his '\We this sale last and sold 200 pairs that. day alone.
where be has made representative p.pers! say ,of; new aud uteresting began Saturday over

in the interest of Sabel : street fairs.Among .

)Jr. Tom-flary-, -who-for :: Addie Chase Smith hi readeroi the attractions on the fair We are selling them cheap [At Actual Cost] and a glance at the prices displayed -

I past! has taken an power. She ha a sweet, grounds, which are located ou the f.

pecan culture, was in voice, and bet,character vacant block known as Dunn's Park, in front of our store will easily convince you of this fact. Come

are ezceptioualy fine.- may be seen She, the Florence

, of lifmJay the aud moat says prominent he has & Herald. Troupe, the Great White Way, Verno now, while they last. We mean to continue this sale until every pair of

Miss Fannie Fish at Bostn music (you'll find out who) Mitchell's
to the idea of
forty acre pecan this week, is a wLiatli soloist: Laughing Parlor Jumbo, Flying shoes in our store is gone. They are all splendid values.

,- rare attainment.-Boston jlobe. Lunette Wild Rose the.Ferris whee
gentleman has already: '
The harp solos of Anuii, Frank and others. "
ded nursery stock for
Thus the good work goes were exquisite in theirmusiea "Ride the wheel and get off the SHOES FOR ALL !

She was at her best in earth: ," is one of the popular sayingsat

Mr. Vogt's sparkling little caprice gven in the grounds. i !

Mr. Albertua Vogt, of to her first number aalin the Lyceum Course. We have about 300 pairs of Ladies' Shoes which are a little stock worn

passed through Ocala harmonies of the sereitde by.rozikow8ki .

route to Washington after which she played At the Armory Nov 27. The Three that will be be put on this sale tomorrow at 25 cents and 50 cents. Their

goes to exhibit to the potpourri of old Scotch mebdiesj Bostonians Mrs. Addle Chase Smith,

' Miss F. aud Miss Fannie Fish
(N. Y.) Argus.! : Libby
; war and others
from to pair.
real values are $1.50 $2.50
: war and ordinance Tickets at Gerigs. Childien 25. will give one of the best entertain-

: 35, season tickets J4.00.MilUrNewbern. ments ever given in Ocala.
government, a shall that
, cently invented and The press everywhers peak in high

terms of them.Mr.J.F.Joseph. .
will be adopted as it, is Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller, of leroy,

issued invitations to the
most dangerous proje mar-
proprietor of the
world has of their daughter, Miss Mnuie
: ever Montezuma hotel, has been enjoyinga

has simple all other and easy advantages of Miller marriage to Mr.will W.be Bert solemnized X ew ern.on visit from his brother-Mr. E. B. The Boston StoreMARION

.. evening, December sixth, at Joseph, of Montgomery Ala. They
; Mr. Vogt believes that o'clock in St. Johns church
Cot- spent a week at Clearwater hunting,

will not only make Plant, in the presence of a large fihingand boating. Mr..Joseph is HOUSE BLOCK.
famous aa well. of friends and relatives. OPERA
the retiring mayor ot Montgomery,
This paper extends congratulations
J having been elected for two terms.
... best wishes to the happy young
.'t IV eIW"* r"utrt He will return home today. il"2 I'

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1 AGE SIX .- -

!, PLAIN. JOHN SMITH ASKS QUESTIONS ..................... have a little fun of his own before the Our esteemed endless-chain-olea Davis does not err in leaving his candidacy 44

THE OCALA BANNER : votes are cast! as it will be too 'late .I letter-to the-governor John & Btt.of'Pruacola to his friend Tney will guard
To_ the Editor of the Ocala Banner. : to make much ado after.-Gadsd en has. been iu eructs, hislnterevU.-Palm Beach New'*.

rim 8A1BIS, Eiltor. Wny don't you have a Kick Kolum i: .. -County 'Tfmes.Candidate Mr. Beard has a perfectrUtto .4'a2afu. ....

r and spell kick with a big K? ..N oppose the governor. We stppme C. M. Brown, )jr., editor of tile
P. v. Iweagoid, Buihm ...ager. FROM THE STATE PRESS. t
A few years ago a man by the i j C. M. Brown who wantsto Mr. Jennings, as the chief exutfve i Belieview Blade, is working over time
r ......................... "
name of Roberta (a democrat) was be the next governor "of Florida, of the ;tat at some time dec/nef/to making campaign capital arM In'" C

elected to congress from Utah shortly "Give him plenty of rope," is a is either "stuck on himself or over- allow Mr. Beard to act as: gsVerior, M. Brown sr., who is alleged to be ;

afterwards some of the ladies in trite adage. Mr. Stockton has seized e-linitttea the value of certain kinds hence tie latter gentleman .Jes it running a* candidate for governor e

f.c. Ocala were quite active in circulatinga upon plenty of it and is nuking the of iiis of printer's ink. He keeps his dUlY to write ancient bistnrtf forgetting With the Hon. Mr. Brown'a "Kec-

petition to congress not to seat him. proverbial use of it.-Punta G
Now a Morraan Elder by the name Herald. .... \,'*ek on the front page of his newspaper forgot and to arouie sectional prejudice Senate" "Tbe Brown Car Equipment t

I of Hmoot (a republican) has been Filibuster Broward may have been the Belieview News-Letter as and shake the bloody' shrt iu Bill," and Mr. BrQwn's picture running J

\ i elected to the distinguished! office of somewhat previous in entering the well as a half tone likeness binm-If. true Fire Alain Foraker Itjle.-!! Taln- as: serials lu the Blade, to ay i

United States senator from Utah and race for the governship. If the racket That is enough to disqualify him in pa Herald. A nothing of its horrible cartoon 11)

BELIEVING so far I have not been asked to signa tbe estimation of p"ol'lt.-TI&I- ....
MOTTO: THE BASNET., keeps up in Panama there'll he more many service, verily the lIOn u making a
THOSS AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TOTACK petition to not to seat him. 14 b President Monro waa good told
THEMSELVES, HAS congress work for the "Three Friends -Peu ale&u. wi;hty hard road out of a none too
I ask the have fashioned president! with very conservative .
TUB BARRICADES simply question sacola Press. smooth
IN. l
TAKKK ITS STAND made I political highway at Ilt-Itt fur
WITH THB COMMON'PEOPLE, been the same .... Governor Jennings many ideas. Iu his 4y. it required I
we not so requested by
tri ndl! iu Levy 'outy I.y th appointment the father to travel. Under the cir
MADE FOR candidate W. P. Watson
BE Another
AND ITS FlOUT of Senator Newton Blitch as from six to ten years lime after tbe
,OF TBOSE!: AT THE cumstances the only that Mr.
THX field
of Orange county-is in the KS- supervisor of state convicts.-Gaiues-
declaration of freedom if the !
BtriTOY.---= the ladies of Ocala favor keeping Spanish
I be Davis' nuc- Brown, er., can possibly have if he
piriug) Congressman
: UU.That colonies in South Amelia before
out of Morman demo- they
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1902.Oov. congress cessor. How many does that make? may be true, but by that very ever had grounds for hope in any
crats and putting in Morman repub were recognized by his( country.
We've lost the count.-PensacolaPrms. same! piece of political wirepullinghe event, Is the very probable circumscribed
President Monroe wasted to be
Jennings. U attending the licans? lost many more in the counties of / very circulation of the Bolleview
Also I understand that Burr & Co. sure that their govromenta were
Bheat -Holloway debates in Alachua. Columbia, Suwannee and Hamilton, Blade. The reasonable conclusion of
were elected on the railroad commission BROWARD GAINING.Persona stable and able to cantor themselves.
| where Mr. has
Rogers many personal that weekly going short on iu circulation

The Pensacola Preea, John Deu- simply because they made the who are more or less postedon friends, as well as in other parts of But how different to wad ay 8. Our is one thing that may go a long

baa bee Bold to outside voters believe if there anything in Florida present administrate recognizes anew
ham't paper was the political situation the state where he was known to be way toward saving Mr. Brown, er., in

with rates, etc. they would Broward is gaining republic before thas an organized I
parties. wrong Bay that rapidly an honest and competent official. his "vaulting ambition," if anything

Worse and worse-John Stockton 'know the reason why!" sad yet the favor with voters aa his candidacyfor Pensacola Journal government.-Tifcville Star. can possibly save him.-Leesburg

has wired to Carrie Nation for the charge is five cents per mile on governor is talked among thew.- .... .... Commercial.OLD .

loan of her hatchet. some road coming into Tallahassee, Gainesville Star. Messrs. Mays and Brown, candidates Stockton and Jauings are now ....

the and I from the .... bitter enemies, ad it is war to the
so papers say: f-ee for governor, aud Messrs. Stock. ENOUGH TO HAVE DECAYED ON

President Roosevelt refused to recognize Ocala Banner that a barrel of goods Hon. It. F. Rogers, of Lake City ton and Jennings candidates for the trnife between tbd and fun for the THE TREES.

Carrie Nation althcugh ..he (it 'did not say what kind, and late inspector of state prison c-tnip people, but KtockmcHn very easily
United States in
senator are speaking The Gainesville Star tells us that
waa in Washington! claiming beliger- leaves the reader to guess whether it is being urged to become a candidate do up Cousin Wham! in a debate,
various portions of the state, but are the time to pluck fruit is when it it J
ent rights. for commissioner of agri and there is loUof fun aht-ad. In r
from next
was wet or dry goods) shipped year small crowds. The
drawing people ripe, and when that time comes most ,
Ocala to Clearwater, the freight was culture. He is well qualified and very the mesa time &nator Taliaferro is I "'
Tbe Banner of Liberty tossed! a big either do not want to hear these : any old man can do the plucking
$1.st while from Jacksonville same popular with the masses.! -Metropolis.A at Waahingtoe looking after the
r bunch of dowers at Editor Btovall. gentlemen, or they are two busy to I that the Indian war claim happened
goods to Clearwater to come by Ocala .... interest of his people and his state.
It the Tribune is one of Florida's attend these political meetings. Theyare to ripeu during the tenure of our
Says few of hU opponents are now When hP retuv. to before the
was only 9o cents, 101 miles farlhtr. go
dailies.JudgeSharon. not goiug to neglect the business! present delegation in the national
leading rlaimiug that Gov. Jenaings foughton people williad him with .
At such as this 1 register a kick i no pepper
for Record.
pt"Uties.-YollJiOili County congress and they plucked the fruit,
has withdrawn from (big K) and would like to known the Union side. As the gentlemanin .... box or the bt stuff but in a manly
just to keep it from spoiling, all it
He qu"'suondid' not se the light of and diqnilW manner will
the race for attorney general. what the Hon. "R K. Com. has to Willie Jennings and Johnnie Stock: presenthis were. This elucidation of the matter

didn't want It lo appear that GaiUdeu say about this? It U up to some oue day until :\IarrbI, lS63, he must! claims to t:* democratic voters of
the last
ton have slept together time. is all very clear and the incideni 1/
county greedy. to make some explanation fur sometime bane ludeed been a youthful warrior. the mate forre-etectioa.-De Land
t When they laid themselves! down on should not be considered cloned until
Better abide by the truth gentlemen. Rueoro,
In the future they may want I
While some pipers talk about Hearst the same little:!single bed at Ft. Piercea .... after the campaign U over any way.

not tt-irnt a presidential possibility office again and the same old talk -Palatka HeraM..... few weeks ago old Morpheus: little The fact list Hon. Robt. W. Davis Of course some irreveut horticulturist
won't catch the voters next time. :
formed Knew what wines of malice were hid has promptljgone to be moved
e JTearst clubs continue to be It will not he long until there:! Will Washington in may to the observationthat

in all parts o( the country. Then the last legislature passed a be plenty of "Sheats( )'" music iu behind the hides of each but it is", all compliance rith the call of the president it took the dickies of a time for
... law the railroad commissioners '
requiring Abchu unless he stumble over UIIW. The brittle bars of friendship rttctcrt'dilably: his sense of'I the frnit to ripen but if there be such
State superintendent W. N. Sheats to equip lumber cars withstandll.rds : county, j
such propositionthat were broken at Tampa Monday the bicdinpibligation of duty. The a profaner among us: be should be east
a tough
r aud Editor McCreiry, of the Gainesyule and cleats.ow I, understand upagaiubt he is: forced to "Holloway." The night anti the lion i is loose in the course be hs pursued in this case is i\ into utter darkness for daring to Uy t

Sun are tossing mud bouquets these standards are fixed: sj
land-Sex. .
not the invriahie rule
campaign promises to be a case of of those occu the charge o( slothfulness the fet
each otht r. they can't: be removed, and consequently
at ....
Greek meeting Greek with the Booker pying plaj i of honor and profit of wondrous and beauteous nature ,ft
the lumber man will b&0
The Cumuier and the East Coast Washington incident to give it "col- A TIMELY WARXIXG. when seekps to succeed themselves: Aa a matter of fact it required J lees I
load from the end of tbe car and not
Those who would not like to see or anothr place than two ala
Lumber Companies making preparation oring."-Pensacola Journal.: more coveted. generations for this lu..ek.-lit
from the side as formerly. This :
to turpeutiue heir immense .... Mays made governor, would better "Looking.'after their fences" is a fruit to ripeu. Indeed it reaehed
would make it harder on the mill
timber tract. Brookaville certainly has her full leave off speaking of him as "Farm phrase smug office holders and office perfection In its 5itb year and tbat

man, as it would be much more difficult quota of ambitiously inclined tciti- er Mays." There is a host of voting oeekers, u The PuutaGord Herald says that to load from the: end than from
tens. She will furnish three candidates farmers in Florida and they arM fully them wb I neglect public duty to promote ; c<>rueatci.stou.itd to witln.c.-l'it..rkt
Mm. Maiuit Howne-Stovall hat dc.veloped the side. I have! heard thi.-*, and if it that it is about N
persuaded time the
ptioual: or political !
at approaching primaryJennings Mr. Telegraph.Hive .
into a writer of marked is true whose fault is it? It teems: it farmers
for senator, Croom for were given some recognition -
-- -----
literary talent is up to some one to explain these comptroller and Kirk for secretary of and there are just lots: of other folks ----- _

things. PLAIN JOHN S ITH. who wouldn't ...
Senator Morgan say that the revolution state. Jacksonville had better be object to seeing a farmer -

in Panama was: a Caesarian looking to her laurels! -Palatka. Her- of the Mays stripe occupying thegovernor's You A Dead PianoAt .....
operation r">ultini,, in taking Panama GUBERNATORIAL RACE. ald. mansion. Uainesville .. ;{

alive from the womb of Colombia. N.. Home ?
The Liva Oak Democrat announces !

Messrs. Stockton:) and Jenningsclashed It takes a pretty slick duck to serenely the name of Hon. W. R. Dorman of Star.RUTS -

again at St. Petersburg and I swim iu the Washington mill pond Huwannee county, as a candidate for P One whose harmonies are silent because you Ie

his and make two such geese as: !Stockton:
Stockton exchanged insists
Mr. pepper comptroller. The Democrat I
have no one to play? If so, let us sell the
The aud Jennings fish out tbe food to keep you
box: for a tabasco sauce bottle. that Hernando county is not entitledto I wonderful I

"mix-up" Is becoming exciting. him there. t tAt all the offices. The Index may The walking sick, whata

Governor Jennings: says that if Mr. first we thought that the Hon. have more to say about Mr. Dorman's crowd of them there are: AO AUTOMATIC PIANO FLAYKH: .

in the future. Lake City ..
Stockton really desires to right the James P. Taliaferro would lose friends: candidacy Index. Persons who are thin and NR f115O. to 9275. ;' .

wrongs he 'complains of he should by not meeting the other candidateson ...e weak but not sick enoughto J. It

become a candidate for governor and the stump, but now it really looks The l'eus cola News tells us that go to bed."Chronic O G Or perhaps you need a STEINWAY, KRA- ,." t l'II

curb his ambition to become an the other way. Mr. Davis looks upon Mr. Brown as cases" that's I NICH & BACH, KIMBELL, HALVES BROS.

United States senator. I I I his strongest opponent in the guber what the doctors call them S A or Original MATHUSHEK & SON PIANO. II.

I If the reports we hear are trueandwe natorial contest and the Ocala Star I ,
which in Most Artistic of the world's great instrument
1 confess we only listen to those we says Mr. Brown is of the opinion that common English

believe worthy of consideration-the the race for governor lies Ibetween means-long sickness. Nil I i Remember our headquarters are

Hon. John N. Stockton has alreadyrun himself and Napoleon Broward. Mr. To stop the continued)0' Jacksonville-; !! florida. i t m I'

himself to death. Iayes and a few thousand of voters
loss of flesh they needScott's "'. f .
S e *
are yet to be heard from.-Starke
I'l When chairman McCall, at the St. Emulsion. For the

Petersburg meeting last Tuesday Telegraph. ... feeling of weakness they LUDDEN CAMPBELL SMITH.C. if iff toTI

Three Prof. Tom F. Me- .
years ago Scott's Emulsion.It
night, took advantage: of bill position If

r t to show his prejudice against Governor Beath ws the opposing candidate makes new flesh and ..1. ,. ,
W. Sheats
Superintendent N.
against ;
Jennings, he did McCall more I
If the teacher could gives new life to the weak
the former is most
wipe away the blotches harm than anyone else. now gentleman |

from her skin as easily' s sIt heartily supporting the state super- system. r .-
as she does the caricature .
with its pimply face she intendent for a fourth term. Many Scott's Emulsion 1C
was enough to make a mule gets ;
would be a happy have noted this remarkable i GRACE.Successor ,
woman. laugh to see The Metropolis, the great thin and weak persons out :ii''J

Pimples and eruptions friend of the ? and but no one-not even McBeath-has to Central tI
people ( ) enemyof Df the rut. It makes new Lumber Co. ti
are than ,
a disfigurement ,
ventured the Dealer
to give public any ex i In I
to a woman,-they tbe corporations ((1)) cut out all rich blood .
make, her sensitive and reference to the divorce bill in the planation of it.-Zolfo Advertiser. strengthens the Rcugh and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling, t

unhappy. The way to .... nerves and gives appetitefor and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. t
cleanse the skin is to reproduction <
purify the blood. Dr. when the Times-Union gave it in full. Southern men-especially) old Con ordinary food.Scott's Manufacturer of
Pierce's Golden Medical Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door and
federates-should have ,
Discovery purifies the and no quarrel ,
blood Emulsion
removes can be
Vindow Frames Mantels Church
the clogging accumulations and with President Roosevelt and :Secre- Seats, Pulpits, School t
When John Stockton
hits at that taken
poisons which corrupt it When theseare as long as sickness Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
removed pimples, boils, eruptions, "infamous divorce bill" he is drivinga tary Hay because of the prompt rec ,
I lasts
ores, and other consequences of impure solar the ognition of the secessionists: of the and do good all the receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
plexus on of
blood are entirely cured. anatomy s'zes. Mail orders attended to promptly
S For about one yen ADd a half my face wu Napoleon Bonaparte Broward. For isthmus. They are new converts to time.There's
very badly broken out," writes Misc
Adams of 116 West MUD St. Battlccrrek.Came Mich. it was this gentleman, while in the the principle of the right of secession, new strength I! ._ -
-I spent a great deal of money with doctor and
t for different kind of medicine.but received no legislature! of 1901, who made the it is true, but what of that? The and flesh in dose.
s be enL At but 1 obtained bottleof Dr.Pi rce'* every
s, *. f Golden Medical Di aao.rq. Before I bad taken most eloquent: plea to pass the bill principle remains the same.-Pensa JUST RECEIVEDOUR
one bottle of this medicine I noticed a change
and after taking three bottles I wu entirely now denounced by Stockton in such cola Press. !:::_ We will be glad ,

cored.Golden Medical I can well> acovery recommend to any Doctor one similarly Pierces! f watching terms.-Jacksonville Flori- .... -- to send you a few FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston L

T afflicted." Some of the state papers are in* doses free. lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United
no substitute for the "Discov dian. I
dined to "rip" the gubernatorial States. Cabbage, Onions Turnips Cucumbers Egg
ery. There Is nothing "just as good can- Be lure that this picture ia ,
for impure blood and skin diseases. Oranges are now being hurried from i didate, C. M. Brown, of Ocala, simply the form of a label is on the at Plant, Beans, Celery Beets and all kinds of Farm .
The People's Common Sense Medical rapper oi every bottle and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be t
south Florida in train loads. To : 1
see because' he continues buy.
to you
Adviser, ioo3 pages, is given away. Send publish sure to see or write us before -i
buy Early
I jl one-cent stamps expense of mailing this luscious fruitgoing out of the | his platform and halt tone likeness SCOTT & BOVVNE, Corn for you your
of spring.TheOoala.
only, for the book in
paper covers, t. Chemists,
state in solid trains is
clot. an interesting himself in his son's
stamps for the volume bound in paper. Probably Y.
o Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. ( sight. Mr. Brown thinks it is just I 409 Pearl St., Seed Store
-.. as well to 5Oc. ud $1 I all I druutstr! .

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THE OCALA BANNER'SVOTING I Storm Germany Greatly Inconvenience


that have been
sweeping over Germany -

Vessel Went Down Knoxville, Tenn., Suffers a for :26 hours, accompanied by heavy

'niqht' Free Scholarship in I o:EI Labor tarty Whith rainfall, continue! to delay traffic and

I* in Arctic Regions.If Severe Losiby Fire.IS Will .tureIyPoitiea1. interrupt telegraphic communication

THE ue and have caused several railroad aecfrdau.
WtfCKAOC I* WASHED Schlebusch the wind started

Udy sad one gentleman of good moral character over the age of 16 years, THE CCftiMITTLfc; :3 APPOINTED. several Ireisht! ; cars, which were on

ttti Nc,, Thought that the Steamer Whol ..i' lection of tht City Adjoining receiving the highest number of votes will each be awarded a Free Tuition Scholarshiptof a switch, their speed accelerated and
$io (0)) in the above school. The cotite tn. Southern hiiwafreight" It Is Compo eaIt Democrats, Repub- finally they ran on to the main lint
';"vSr7 With Pmenjer LUt ct The scholarship will entitle the successful contestant to a full course in either the
[;Ct"t Is Vuisted by Disastrous F&rs. Commercial or Shorthand and Typewriting Department' licans an djjvv.aiist: and Will Dravt ana collided with an express train.
i'1 Loti-Miwinj Since Earl)
'Ia .No
ore badly hurt.
Any reader of this paper who wishes to vote in the contest must cut out this was
Insurance r.iily Covers Loss.Koioxvillc Up PUuoirr.-,uaLi Mad National
|,rCttcter.jtt coupon and fill in the name and residence of one lady and one gentleman and tend I rae Hamburg-American line steamer

lenn.. Nov. 2*.-Fira same to THE OCALA. BANNER office betose February i. on which datt contest closes. In Its bcope. Deutschland, during the storm on

little, Wbtik., NoI-A dlipatco today touiljr UooUojed four Urswholesale Each ballot to be counted must bear the name of a young lady or young gentlemanor Saturday tore out the pile to whlcn

U),1"* IW.Intelligencer from Ju buJdinga and oamageu a one of each. Remember, that a ticket bearing two names of either ser: will .....ew York, Nov. 24.-The Central she was moored while unloading at

&tit. \1&1 II a. Au&wu&ct that J. Bout ttflh In the wholesale twtion ul the not be counted. Labor Union vJ tins city has inaugurated Hamburg and went adrift. The r$x>ring -
ft |ttMf on the iteimer ExceLior, eity adjoining the Soutnern railway's a n.or I It
tfccfe BM arrived theiu, reports thai treignt depot The loss la from |frO,- labor polim-ai party. A committee and broke a plat forward. Sac

t a ttftw ol wreckage from thu Nom : VOU to leo.uou. fairly well insured. composed of Democrats Republicansand is now at Ouzhaven and will go to Kll
f --If Dtaomjr has ,."he
Ii 1M mouth of Seal I rtrer 30 mIle fewltt. A OO.'B cold Horace ware- IN THE I a platform The action followed addresses

... YakttUik. Ttli Information kouw. TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE. by fraternal delegates from Prominent St. Loulilan Dead.

..... It pra-rtklll1 certain that thtla 'JT. C. Kalstr produce warehouse England to the American Federation SL Louis, Nor. %Jonathan :Eke

De"7 .list and IMTM little hop< Dick & Dick. whol; $1e grocery se. Cut tilt and Iud t. the Ocala Banner of Labor at a meeting of the central first vice president of the Rice Stls

hr aa7 of th* pAiAenxwra of the crew ". MISS ...._.. .., ... ....,........ ADDRESS........__.....,... .... .".". labor organizations. Dry Goode company, vice president of

IffrliamUr Urd the DiKorory li W. W. Bcarbcroogh Hud reo comproduc MR..._..__...._....,.._ADDRESS_.. .. .. ........ ...... .. Some ot the prominent labor men the Mercantile Trust company and a
j __&t.4 at '0. The vea el left >>-D1. warehouse. of the alt! )' ay that "as soon as a local leading figure in commercial sad re

earij la October tx4 ,&allod'lroto JlcOluns. BuCftt & BucbweU. bard- This Scholarship U good any time after; February i, 1904. The Barnes ol commit:** formulates plans a national ligious' circles died today of heart
t number'of votes they teD'Wit! ill'the 'OCALA
I .t on Oct. n Thia WM th. ware ande machinery wa/efcoues. contestanti BANNER.TELEGRAPHIC. with the appear labor contention will"doubtless trouble. Mr. Rice was bor? at Iltmourg. -

f\ of her.paaier. The laict to concerns occupying thesame I be called-probably within a few Bavaria, la 1843, and came to
.*a4(. list of hr IX.cor ryil building. weeks-and take steps to make the this country in I860. At the time of

la tat poM*>wka ot the ktoamer'i The whoieale grocery house of W. -- -. movement national! in scope. the yellow fever scourge In Memphl
: .
J : 1 1d :#;'!. : -
.gect at Noo a&4 *nnonw obtained B. Lookott & Co.. adjoining. Buffered -_-- in 1873. Mr. Rice who was then In
to- '
f%. fotiowiDc 1D4zUberS of the craw eilght damage. business there and waa an Kth'

Art fe ],.,.t4 to bat 1* on the Tee. The fire i if. thought to hare originated 1 I Volcano Stromboli Active. worker of the relief association.
BREVITIES. WISE ACQUITTED. New York, NOT. 24.--Telegrams
.at,: In the llcClung.Ruffett & Buckwell
.. Panama Railroad.
rom Catania report that a series oi .
Captain J. H. fOrath, ma t 'r; or the Scarborough-Henderson build.
At Vlcksburg Lony Hume,. while Was Accused l of Slaying Elias Lathamat loud explosions and the throwing out \ew York Nov. 24.-President C.
Ot t&a M, It. W.lten. managor of thciipft7 ings.
drinking, attempted to affect an en Birmingham Ala. out Incandescent matter show that brera has opened 30 mile -e of thc
.It"h owni the UtacOY ry.atu,4 ; The flatiao spread rapidly to other
trance into his brothers home and Birmingham, Ala.. Xov. 24.-A petit the activity of Stromboli is augment Panama railroad, says / \>. if.l dU
Ford, fret officer; Guy WolNr building! Cousiderable quantities of
was shot dead by Tom Nelson, who Jury In the criminal court here aftera inc. says /a Herald dispatch from Na. patch from Guatemala \,... This
< chief eAcineer; Edward Van Sice the "contents of the buildings were
went to Mrs. Hume's aid. Nelson was trial lasting for a. week, acquitted pies. The dense smoke and cloud makes 120 miles of the line is Goatetoala -
ptnerMlllun: Dalng rfield, steward; saved.
alEC wounded and ma? die. William Wise! a local bar proprietor, which covered the mountain prevent exact leaving only about 100 mile yet
H&b ; William Wise of the murder ot Elias Latham. the observation on the phenomena. to be built, chiefly in !Mexico to coo-
actim ,at! r; Henry Pri'-e see RIOTERS CUT WIRES acquitted at Blrmlng ,
Alleged traducer of Mri. Rubie, one -- lIect with Guatemala City.
ham of the charge of murdering Silas
<*4 ID&1U"i William S. FiaJek, fir&
Latham the alleged hiliilster' ot'isc'g married si ters.
traducer of
BAL Street Car Lines In Chicago Still Having
t & tame Latham was a married man and his
The W roffry vn built at Port Trouble.
of the Morris
murder in the lobby
Ts..ad 'Is U&8 for the PUKK sound Chicago Nov. 21.-Vvhlle preparations At Crystal l, Fla., cracksmen dynamited .
otel last spring was one of the sensations
trade. Bte baa beta In the Nome traf. were being completed today for the safes In the Coast Line da- La
cf the in Birmingham.
tt tor the i>..t three years. the opening of the State street cable pot and the postoffice. year
tham and Mrs. Rubie had met clandestinely
0: line, not heretofore operated during Indians of the Six Nations in New had carried on a sentimental ( FOR THE BLOODTh

WRECK ON SOUTHERN. the strike of employee of< the Chicago YorK proarunced eulogies over the correspondence.One .

city railway, rioters were engagedIn casket of t'aeir: "great white mother," morI.ing"Ise and Glen Havis

i'rhlM., and Brakeman Lose TIiIr trying to put out of commission the Mrs. Harriet Maxwell Converse and about who loafeda
a man
Lives.Onarlou tour lines which the company has.been "passed the horns" to Joseph Keppler, good deal about Wise's bar went to best known and most popular blood purifier

I *. N. C. Nor 24.-In a operating on a limited scale. informing him he had been selectedto alter and ,. and tonic on the market to-day is S. S. S.
the Morris hotel and a lorg
rtifftl wreck on the Murphy branch 'l'rolley wires were cut in a half doz' take the great white mother's place. There is hardly a man, woman or child in America who
angry colloquy with Latham, shot has not heard of "s. St S. /or the It is standard
.f the Southern railway near Dalsom.tatt en places on Halstead street and the Countess Josephine Castel Vecchia a remedy
to death. a specific for all blood troubles and unequalled as a general tonic and
Bljht Enilneer Guy Moore, 01.u.h"UlfI. cars on that line were delayed over
known as Miss Oldcastle, of the Rose Wise's defense was that he had not is
appetizer. S. S. S. guaranteed purely vegetable the herbs and roots
and Urakeoian Charles ForUr. an hour while repairs were being made
Coghlan company: was married in done the shooting nor precipitated the of which it is composed are selected for their alterative and tonic -
Andrews killed and Con under police prctectlon. An effort
of were
New York to Professor Frabasiles.
son had demanded of Latham
jlifficulty. but : s, making it the ideal remedy for _
Fortune and was made also to blockade Archer
dvrtor IIaJlle Flrenun of the duke of the Cast, Saraceno. the return of his sister's letters at her all blood and skin diseases, as it not rsoar
llanaan Killiaa avenue, where it was apparently believed
were injured. Italy. ; request, which Latham declined to accede only purifies enriches and invigorC01JGRESSMAN' LIVINGSTON, .

Tie freiht train tarted down the cars would be run today as a Senator Gibson, of Montana, says to and a fist fight followed, which! ates the blood but at the same time OF GEOBOUA.I :
vfctn the crew Ht control of the tra possible result of the State street line. drawn the tired and know of the successful u.. cfK. 1
resulted in two pistols being tones nerves gives
laws permit big corporations to gob up 8. S. in many cases. It ii the best .
lost) grade on Kalsam mountain Quantities of rocks were found to ble up large tracts of land in the western and Latham shot to death. strength and vigor to the entiresystem. blood remedy on the market. j
lot control the train have been hauled in and
whrs the crew of wagons
states which should to home- Havis: was tried last summer and .
and It dashrd down the mountain side, dumped on the tracks. In policingthe builders.Dr. sentenced to 12 years. For Chronic Sores and Ulcers, PROM j

phlulua into a cully below, four branches opened last week Catarrh, Rheumatism, Blood Poison, EX-GOY. ALLEN D. CANDLER.

as well as the State street line patrolmen R. D. Murray dean of the marine ECAN SEVERS CONNECTION. Malaria An mia, Scrofula, Eczema, S. S. S. is unquestionably a ?oo4

Mississippi: Banks Do Well. were stationed only at street I hospital serice died at Laredo, Paoriasis, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Acne blood ever used.purifier and the ben toaio I

Miss. Nor, %According intersection except where Tex., of pneumonia, caused by injuriei
Jtrkton troublewas Resigns as President of Central of and such other diseases as are due to a
to the statements of leading financiers thought most likely to occur. received in a runaway accident. Georgia Railway. polluted or impoverished condition of the blood, nothing acts so promptlyand

the banking business of Mississippi Fewer policemen were detailed to Burglars at Marion, Ind.. attempted I Savannah, Ga., Nov. 24.President effectually as S. S. S. It counteracts and eradicates the germs
ride on the today than to off Edith Sh ppey's fingers to and cleanses the of all accumulations and
tfarini the past year has been the most cars during cut John M. Egan, of the Central of poisons ; system unhealthy

satisfactory eTer known in the history last week. secure her diamond rings. The girl Georgia railway, has tendered his resignation soon restores the patient to health. Write us and our physicians will

screamed and the burglars fled. give case prompt attention without charge.
of the state and the percentage of and toiay' will leave for New your

dlrtJerd! declared at the end of the Liberal Bequests Made by Will.!! The senate may adjourn this week, York on a two weeks' leave of ab THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co., ATLANTA, C& IoJ

year wRl show a handsome increase Helena. Mont, Nov. 24-The termsof after fixing the date for a vote on the sence.

0'ef last JT, The volume of loans the will of the late Henry Klein a Cuban reciprocity bill. Thereafter his connection with the

hit been oaatuatly large and collection well known Hebrew capitalist, has
Turkish troops were beseiged by s 1 Central will terminate.
been made known although the will ia Hutchins Roller Swing
rjach prompt than heretofore many I will
band of 350 insurgents in the mountains This action of Mr. Egan comeas
Wrrowera! antlrliKitlng their loans. .\ not to be filed for probate until the near Spavato Tie insurgents, : a tremendous surprise. Whereverthe

buy; Increase has also been shown arrival here of one of the executors. i there will
after two days, withdrew. Thirty Central system touches
Besides liberal bequests to relatives _ BEATS THEM fAll
ta deposits and throughout the
year 01' action.
of the Turks were killed. Loss be regret at his:; ; -
tier has ben abundance of be gives to the Wesleyan Methodist
an money the insurgents not known. President Egan has been with the -

la circulation all over the state. University and St. Johns Roman Catholic Three hundred Moros were killei Central of Georgia since 1S96 when --ww- Rolls back and forth four
hospital. both of Helena $5,000 I and others carried! off dead he came to the road in the capacity of
as many feet.
Peddler Falls to Death. each. The consumption hospital at vice president He was also vice pres-
wounded a result of a HT
or as
Denver will $3,000 also will the
IXihltn. Ga. NOT. %&.-M. Manseur Hebrew Union-! college as of Cincinnati. days' fighting in Jolo, Philippines, between ident of the Ocean Steamship company. Does not make sea.sick

a Syrian peddler, who had a stand in the American troops, under -

Dublin. fell from a 30-foot trestle on General Leonard Wood and the in ness like the old-fashioned
Shelby Courthouse Fight. I SITUATION AT SAN DOMINGO.
tie WrifhUTllle! and Tennllle railway Montgomery, Ala., NOT. 24-Governor surgents. _1I swing.Looks.

ta a few fret of water and was so in Jelks appointed John E. Morris Negotiations looking to a treaty ol

that be died In half anhour. of Ganadarque; J. H. Gunn, of Calera, peace between the rebels and the OT--I Rebels Refuse to Entertain Peace Proposals _ _ _ well on the lawn

Uansenr bad been In this country two and Dr. R. McMillan, of Columbians, trnment of San Domingo have been -City In Panic State. :7r --
t'ureeS yers and came from a few miles oi as members of the commission to hold opened. There will be a suspensionof I San Domingo, Sunday, Nov. 22.- '. or

Bind, Syria. He has a brother-in-law an election in Shelby county to decide hostilities for 48 hours.It President Wos y Gil, in his effort to OCALA FURNITURE COMPINT.

1 la 8;Tsnnih, but no other relatives Inthis whether Calera or Colnmblana Ititilled is reported that during the con 1 bring out a peaceful arrangement with _-_ -_ -

country, ta the courthouse. Colum ference at Windsor between King- the Insurgent forces which are beieging -

biana is the present site. The fight Victor Emmanuel and King El-ward, I this city today, commissioned

Te Move Scfeoel! to Montgomery. between these two cities for the courthouse a permanent Anglo-Italian arbitration United States Minister Powell, the

: MooJcomory, Ala.. No,. 24.-A com has been before the courts, legislature treaty was arranged by both monarchs.A I Belgian minister, the minister of Hay.

I ttlttr of Montgomery's! most promt- and constitutional convention. proclammation has (been postedon ti and the Spanish consul to visit the I HUBBARD & MACDUFFHEADQUARTERS

teat' business men hare been taking street corners of Colon, inviting all Insurgent camp. Consequently aa .

! up a toIl! <
to ka?, the Southern unlTtrslty at Glasgow, Nbv. 24.-The reported iattntion the expense of the republic. at noon, and the peace commission

Or*. iiboro moved to Montgomery. of Clyde yachtsmen to challenge consulted with the insurgent leaders
aeronauts of Oporto were carried
This is a prominent Methodist institutloa. for the America's cup was to- Three The latter. however, refused to entertain FOR
in their balloon and,
Three sites haTe b en offered day confirmed by the Glasgow Herald. out to sea the peace proposals and demanded -

to he commlwee. Fifteen thousand The paper adds: "The latest suggestion it is believed they have lost their the surrender of the city but they - -

dollars has been raised. on the subject which Is favorably lives. prolonged the armistice until 6 o'clock HOG
received I* that Messrs. Coates. Clark General Salazar says Colombia \ this evening after which hour the bombardment AMERICAN

Chkago Sanitary Conditions.talcato. and Donaldson, should head three separate organizing an army of 100,000 men to of San Domingo will resume -

Nov. !4.-The great 1myrevement syndicates a.id have three yachts inarch on the isthxnua. and will be continued until the !-:aNn. !. 55 INCH.i -.

In sanitary conditions in designed respectively by Watson Fife LEGALLY DEAD OR ALIVE. capitol falls. I 4t t"I I 41 rv: '

Chicago In CS years Is the subject o! and Milne the yachts to be raced The United States minister's rest -- -

the weekly bulletin Issued by the department throughout the summer and the best Peculiar Case of Margaret Cunnlus, ol dence was destroyed during the previous : : : : : ; ; : 39 reJ

of health. During the quarter one to be selected to hallnge in 1905-: Sacramento. bombardments. The inhabitantsof 341't. J : : =1= ? IHy ;

of a century preceding water supply Reading Pa., Nov. 24.-An appeal this city are in a state of panic. ------z- ; -1- f i_; 211 lor. j !.
has from Berks county to the p- '"' -l-l. >\II". "
and sewerage the average annual Waived Examination. gone : ,

death rate was 3187. while last quar- Grand Rapids, Mich.. Nov. 24.-Er supreme court of the United States Cruisers Arrive at San Domingo.San .... .

i Ur "dni! In UO*. It fall to 18.16. Mayor George R. Perry, charged witS to determine whether Margaret Cun- Domingo, Nov. 24.-The ItalIan Fz1iI5 1 ;

having received a bribe of 13,333 from nius formerly of Reading, now livingin third-class cruiser Liguria and = : : .L .;
Sacramento Cal.. is legally deador ..... ...
MANY WARRANTS ISSUED. Lant K. Salsbury. while the GarmAn the Dutch armored cruiser Deruiter : I
Cameron water deal was'In progress, 'alive. have arrived here. The Dominican RtiuUr Style Special Hof. Horse anJ Catt S'-yli

; City Officials Charged With Accepting waived examination in police court For years she was supposed to be i warship Presidents went to Azua de Stays 11 ia.or 6 lo.apcrt Stay la lo. or 6 ia.part

1 Bribe. today and was bound over to the su really dead but she was jnor. The I Compostela, about 60 miles from here, steel wires heavily galvanized. I

Grand Rapida, Mich., Nov. 24.- perior court for trial He furnished superior court of Pennsylvania decided last night. The sanitary condition Made of large, strong. high-grade ,
contraction. Is practically ever-
Warrants were issued today for 11 ball to the amount of J5.600. she was alive. The supreme court of San Domingo is good but the poor Amply provides for expansion is it 1-
former city officials charging them Teeth Removed from Stomach. ol the state however decided she was are suffering for want of food.. The lasting Never goes wrong, no matter how great a put

with accepting a bribe in connection Niagara FaIls, N. Y., NOT. 24.-(Fred dead again. She now asks the higher prices of provisions are very high. Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses hoes t I i

who swallowed two court in the land to make her alivi and pigs. '
with the famous GermanCameronacaeme erick C. Smith ::

for sup lyng the city with wa teeth on Friday night during a fit of in law. Royal Journey End.s. GUARANTEED" !
Pisa, Italy. Nov. %.J.-King Victor AMERICAN FENCE
of the removed from
ter from Lake Michigan. All coughing has had them Nonunion. Men Use Pistols. Helena arrived
warrants are the result of the confession his stomach and is doing well. Dr. Chicago, Nov. 24.-Two nonunion Emanuel and today Queen on their retura from by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you howit

made by former City Attorney Koswdl Park, who attended Presi.. men. who had applied for work at the here their early visit to the king and queen 01.I. will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. It I II
his death
dent McKinley performed
. StIUbury on plant of the American Hile and Leather -I
.. England and proceeded to the royal .
the operation. company, where' a strike is in prog-
sidence at Rossore.
.. To Recognize
iVrlln. Nov. 24.Emperor William Grievances About Adjusted. ress, shot and seriously wounded two Brother Dies. Chilled Plows BlacKHawk: and Economy Corn SJiellars, Varnish*, t
of a crowd of strike sympathizers Waldersee's ,
bu directed the German authorities Pittsburg; Nov; 24:-The grievances members i
the Prussia. Nov. 24.-Vice Admiral Doors Sash Blinds Etc.HubbarcTfi
tooy. The men who did Breslau., Paints Oils Glass .
officially to recognize the republic of of the street car men against the Pitts- : ,
escaped. It is climed that Von Wftldarsee, brother of I
Panama. An announcement of the burg Street Railway company, have shooting -

recoxoltlCD of the Dew state <. expected about all been adjusted although the they wc'o being attacked by the field marshal, Von Walcdrsee .died Macduff.Ocala, Fla.

dally I strt1i4t has not been abandoned. ('ro.1 yesterday. .

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SITUATION of &10mb'". tjrtdot vill LOUISVILLE FIREMEN Do COMING SOONTO i\; \ ,

,: ttem toIId 4* 9. CM J treaty alto the lit
> < trail d 8UU,. fb pop QlatlOD ol *>
s.4 quiet sad the nw paper. ol You
.tie capital are calmly but energetkal-

.. of Government: on ij"dUtmaelng the tltuatloa. Are Implicated In Wholesale

......-. Wear THURSDAY DECEMBER 3 ,
Panama Question. Looting at Heceut ,Fire.

CEMENT OF MARROQUIN Batttethcps Keartarje Notified to and Move.Massa'chusetts NAMES ACCUSED NOT GIVEN SHOES ? Wait for the Only J .

} jrgtnt'btat::1 nt of Colombia is of 'Affairs Speaks on of the the teed been New received to York Colon by Nov.are the reported 23.commanders-Orders to have to-of In that the Late Much Louisville Looting Was Fire It Cone Is Sate anc I GREAT RAILROAD! !D SHOWS H [COMING G T THIS I SEASON.i! s

f&hmua_ American* Are Guaran- i the battleship Kearsargeaod Magsachusetts Many Firemen Are Said To Be Im Ii i, If you do, and are contemplating ;

which are now at New York .. the of HOW'S LONDON
I Every Safety. navy jard. plicated. purchase a pair dur- GREeT SHOW

JJov. 23.-President SlarixviUi All the officers have been summoned Louisville, Ky., Nov. 23.- ii memo ing the next two weeks it will Carr)bged WithSanger's =
by telegraph aDd those who bers of Uu Louisville fire department
statement are
following to call
made the pay you at our store and
here have been told they are to remain were today notified by Chief Tyson

b rte Awoclated M to the He political In %situation eaponse on board. to appear before the board of public get prices on some of the goodswe I Trailed (Initial) Exposition. i .

The K&arwge coaled last Wednesday safety Mot btu are now running out at
Minister Beaupre and and nearly all her stores are now looting in yesterday'e blaze which dstrojedthe .

,united jm.rtreae States here are ff&rrouoded aboard. old Masonic temple. greatly reduced figures. We : !

More ciancea have been added to Both Mayor Gainger and Chief Tyson -
guarantee for their aafoomtoualcaUooc can fit the family from the babyup
every to the Unit ter complement: lof IDin. The Masachusetts decline at this time to give out .
u7 l Ie In dry dock. wtere she is the names of the accused men. Under and at money-saving prices. -
and to the people oi
"gttt_> waste blag repaired, but will be ont next the Cre department regulations thE Come and ,. ,,
United states make manifest the see us.
MondayBxtra workmen have been men are allowed! 24 hours' notice before "
de of m7 |fov nuneat on the PanauwUon. -
mptoyed and the to answer diargea. d
work la appearing
le situation In the being carried ..
of UM Goiombiao republic is on by: dey and night ahlfta. Men of Hook and Ladder. i -
The batti hip j Alabama and Texas:
A C The men implicated belong to twc
" artaJeo at the yard taking onWORLD'S emmnnhUon. !
\: Ueal! Harroqultt's reference tc ,_ kook and ladder companies, and fin W, J, Chambers Ji
i conunaakatlon to the people. ofF goods identified as having; been in s

United States U explained by thet jewelry store and a flrug store werE

Win' address which hi !baa siren PRESS PARLIAMENT. found )i& the lockers and under thr Shoe Cof I .

i the correspondent of The Associated Wetable Gathering of Newspaper Men mattresses of the men in the engtct
tw: hduse. The most remarkable statement
To Be Held.St. .
:Victim*f Unexpected; Aggression Louis Nov. 23. The executive is mad by a witness and whichin

-ne president of Colombia to the :omnritte hiving in charge the world's )>art instated the proceedings that J
firemen were seen to tit down in twc The
[can People: The Colombian press parliament to be held in St. shoe stores while the fire was raging A Complete :Menagerie of wild Beasts, 100 :Male and Female -" ,
has just been the Yicdm of an Louis during the week beginning May
mpected aggression and It in danger 16, 1904, his announced tentative over their heads and deliberately try Performers, 3 Big Bands of Music, Free .

)lui>u the best part of Ita territory, plans for parliament. The parliamentwill on shoes until they found a pair which Tampa Srreet Parade at II o'clock. 11
fitted. Charges that one hose reef
military movement, not popular sen- include representative newspapermen if
at, was the origin of the proclain from every country where newspapers company carried back to the engine Remember day and date .
house, after the fire, three dozen pa.1rtor
of Independence In Panama. are published. Arrangements
"1ie JLflMricaa government, which already perfected indicate that it will shoes were made by spectators. Business College. Ocala Thursday, December 3. i ;

t alvan been held by Colombia te the rawest and most not bie gathering Meershaum Pipes Taken. }

to Us best friend and ally prested of newspaper workers ever held. One hundred and fifty dollars' worthof }

1 with marines, loyal militia The traffic bureau of the expositionhas meerchaum pipes were taken froma WbeDAWomaiidsA "1

eubjucationc the traitors and Issue a book compiled by C. L. case in the Fowler drug store; thE

:king the origin of the Inaubordi- Hilllary, traffic manager, regaining box office of the Hopkins theater and OLDEST LARGEST

delL railroad matters pertaining to the trunks In the dressing: room were ri .

",foe solemn) treaty betweea Colom- fair. One point stated is that all ex fled; desks were broken open in onE BEST .

r and rte United States alluded to hibits transported to the Louisiana casa an axe being used to get into a baa frequent headaches,a"bad ease of 11ervea"lack ot 'j '

W1!U1 the tut moment by the AmeriHa Purchase exposition from points in the drawer. feeling SPPetttc,i.. tnablltty is not necessarily to sleep some well dire a morbid female, all,-gone i iIt's
lOTenraent binds the United United States! will be returned free of The cash drawer in the box office rr yt

lutes cot 00)7) to respect the sorer charge to the point of shipment by the of the theater was opened by picking Applications constantly on the Liver.

elpity and ownership of the Panama railroads which carried aem to the ex- the lock:: and $15 in cash was stolen file ror graduates to fill .1 1
Isthmus by Colombia: but to help the post(Ton.Tfie The drawer was thrown into another Don't fan to get today at lOur druggists a bottle of 1 "

I litter to maintain them. The proceed- contract was let today for the part of the house. One trunk belonging good positions.Address !1

top of the United States marines on Indian building which the government to an employe of the anima! BERDINE

the littmua and of the American minister will erect at a cost of J25.000, show was broken open and two pistols '

I here are in open violation ot were etclen. The Jewelry store It will quickly and surely restore the LJver Kkneva
tail treaty. ..GEORGE FREE OF CHARGE. of Rodgers and Krull was looted of al and feel digestive like organs to their normal functions. You'It'
I a new woman after taking the first ,
the valuables worth over 11,000.( Fin L M, HATTON i
Trutt."The .
Respected as Sacred 50 Cents. ALL
II Court Nol) Prossed Bill Alleging Sub- operaglasses, silverware and other ar DRUGGISTS
t isthmus of Panama, he most ornation of Perjury. tides were taken. Tampa, Fla. .
i eoTtted part of the globe, and the
Madison. Ga.. Nov. 23. -Th* case Mayor Granger's Statement. ,.
host previous part of our fatherland,, against Hon. Emerson H. George for -
drays has been respected by the nations subornation of perjury was begun in Mayor Charles F. Grainger, who or UcIVEK and LA CIA )

u a sacred' trust considered by the supreme court here Friday. dered the investigation, said today: More Than o
"Evidence of looting at the fire was: !
Colombia to be the honor and power After the jury had been selected,
brought before me and I am tc
ot the American people. The tradlWoci sorry
and the state had examined its wit.
of that nesses Solicitor Pottle addressed the '
Vtattt as a mighty defender of rights I court asking that the case be nol ment are Implicated. WQ ordered a -- $ $
search of the engine houses and the
sad bearer of the standard of civilization pressed stating that there was no evidence
before the world always has been against Mr. detectives have already found many FUNERAL
to the of establishingthe articles. It is not the amount or thE Florida.
exposed secession territory of -
fact that he was guilty of the Capital guarantees
u4 Ae dismembering of nations. Non- value of the property stolen; it is the f
charge made against him in the indict
t rwojnUlon of the confederate states ment. principle of the thing. I was deeply this -'
4vl&K the civil war confirms emphat- grieved and surprised to find that thE pure vege-
The case was then nol porssed and J
:lofty the ol this doctrine firemen, the men on whom the com
application -1-
the trial came to an end. table remedy to cure or..
I ydylvely at critical moments. munity rely to protect their property, f
" This casewas one
MBJ..BAHqsC had been stealing! it. a full tock of Coffins Caskets .
}; \f Will Not Permit Treaty Violation. This case and the one of J. T. "They will be tried- before the Iboard and Burial Outfits. Special given to money back.. .
Stone, who was convicted for the :
: "Tte American people will not ferait same of pul, .c safety and also criminally
off. at the September burial services.
nse term of court,
I am sure, a violation of public for what they are charged with doingSo I
has created considerable
i trestles thus denying their glorious comment far six are implicated. There are Cures:
throughout the state. Order
traditions in order to obtain by force to be more; if so. we will find them Embalming to

s.. vttt Colombia: is ready to concede POLISH out and all will suffer alike for the Catarrbal affection of the :

tanmfh pacific and equitable ways. crimes." nasal passages, bronchial :

,'Colombia heartily wished to strength- Two Persons Injured While at Phoenix Fillmore Tyson, chief of the firs department tubes, lungs, kidneys, -

*a the ties of friendship and commerce City, Ala. was hunting In Indiana at bladder and stomach.

":t.I ita the United States and give vlg- Phoenix City, Ala., Nov. 23-While the time of yesterday's fire, but re 4 AlsoNervous r't

crone Impulse to the common interests polishing a grate in which there wasa turned to the city last nightLOCKED UlL
f 1L4 the -. t
and oiKf
greater power glory fire burning with polish which con '<
eldest sister republic. But the tained gasoline, J. 0. Smith and Mrs OPERATOR I NCAR. ->:t-

Eliza Brooks were seriously burned, Bold Work of Masked Robbers at Gi, $520'6Qts.
the latter probably fatally by the can rardsville Pa.
.belief in both countries, being bar Indigestion., %-
a of Igniting. .
polish Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 21.-John Dalton
Mf la the way of a higher enterprise When the can of polish ignited the telegraph operator at the Philadelphia $4 F J-
tdviatageoas not only to them but : Consumption, or any disease ..j1',
Smith tried to put it out and his and Reading railroad station
*i to fomintty in general. The Colon. of the mucuous
clothing caught fire. Mrs. Brooks _t Girardsvllle, a short distance from -...'..-
I bit people tranquil In the strength oi went to the rescue, with the result hree, was attacked by four masked membranes. tQ

right and bring sure of the sentiments that her own clothing ignited. Neigh men at midnight who locked him In a t2 1.

tf Justlet and equity of the American bors rushed in and threw water uponboth train, robbed him of $15 and. stole 3 .

I P"ple. appeal to the national con of them. Smith is a young valuable express packages.

tdence of the United States which man in the employ of a local furniture Dalton jumped from a. window and S9ll9
eoa t... ronetitutea a force sups firm. raised aa alarm.A .
t rIor hy far and As a Tonic
that of an army He was polishing a grate at Mrs. number of citizens responded ( ,.,
arty, hi order to save the honor and Brooks' residence at tile time of the a 11 started in pursuit of the burglars
tattlrltJ of our territory. accident.TO who escaped to the mountains. Shots it gives appetite, builds MANUFACTURED ONLY BY

V Respect Stars and Stripe were exchanged with the men. AD P pR P III the system, banishes that J tRoPtcALMANUfACTURlNGtired
STRIKE. is the feeling makes the fLA.. LI.
The Kara and Stripes, 'alws ys dears armed posses scouring country -I ACKSONVILLE, .
in the vicinity of Girardsville.I weak strong and
lad respected by the republics of both I Least : happy."i
Americas, never shall be outraged 01 Will Throw at One Hundred GUIS. E. BLUM ;& COMPANY
Thousand Men Out King Not Seriously III.
Blemiiaei la Colombia. sugar Sold and Guaranteed by Tjdings A- Co., and AntiHouopolyDrug .
result of
N.w York Nov. 23.-AB a Ban Francisco Nov. %3.-The sen
"No matter what the proceedure of the collapse in the negotiation! between rational reports of the illness oiClause 517 and 519 W. Bay Bt. Store
at Washington majthe and the Union .J
the Iron League Spreckels. the millionaire sugar '
*. persons and the property ol of flousesmltha and Brldgemen looking manufacturer of thic, city, are Jacksonville, fla.
dt11'11 of the United States here
re- of the local labor
His condition
to a settlement greatly exaggerated.
ata cotlUtJ to honor i5cc r5s.5au i5i 5r5 rSZReh 5p 5i6 11
the traditional 5 c5au
labor lead
stated by the at all serious his -
tf troubles, it is is not regarded by
th government and people of Co- era that a general strike of structural physicians. According to the statements --

At tettW- (Signed) Marroquin. workers is to be ordered today, aa of the physicians Mr. Spreck- Real Estate! i WE EAT MEAT I

AtJecta 'Independence of Isthmus. over the country, with, the expectationof ell Is merely suffering from cold

.r \ The Colombian newspapers express calling out 20,000 men within the which does not cause the> slightest To grow strong. Unless we get =
"',; and throwing out of alarm. Some weeks he is said Real Estate!
{I tie hope that the American press will next few days ago good meat we may aa well let ;
q kelp! the louse of Colombia. It 1* employment at least 100,000 men. to have had a light attack of paralysisbut I,
:} UBOttMed that the entire couatry re The announcement was made by from that he entirely recoveredIt ,t it alone. There is no strength

|PiJcts the Independence of the lath Frank W. Johnston, $secretary of the is expected that he will be out io Your wants in this line for Ill 7 in tough meat-instead of giving -

fctts aad demands that the Colombian ., International Association of Structural a day or two.AccIdentally it takes strength to digest
-} lovernmMit send troops to suppresste Iron Workers and a member of I City or County Property, I .
,_( secession movement. Parks' old union. On NOT. 30, a general Killed While Hunting. t +' it. It pays to be careful In

Volunteers, without distinction oj! meeting of the International association Mobile. Ala., Nov. 23-While huntIng Orange Groves, etc., can e 2 ) buying meat-be sure to get
will be held. By that time near Escatawba. Miss., Robert Pul- i
political parties, are enrolling witt attention 1 the best-tender and choice.
athartum and the Liberal leaders it is expected that the strike will be len, Jr., son of a prominent merchantof be supplied. Special I iA
in all parts of thecoun- Eaeatawba, was killed by the acci- Pay a little more if need be ands
la full swing
BO hays len the enemies of PresiBeet rentaccounts.F. .
try and the central body will take'gen- detal discharge of his gun. He was given v put something in your stomach
Marroquln. have offered him taehervkM i
eral control. shot in the side and lived but a few +
?ul which will put flesh on your
I Two The strike is a continuation of the minutes.
popular meetings were called bones and strong blood in your
against the Iron League.
old fight
o totsts atslcst the presence hereof I To Chose American Cardinal j
Plans were made several days ago W. DITTO heart.EDWARDS .
.. 'h American minister but the for such a strike, but the leaders assert I New York NOT. 23-A peat straggle ,
I'OYtl'11lD.lit issued orders forbidding Is going on, Rom
that it had not been pushed because says a dispatch ; BROS.
I rU them to W held. A battalion of troops it had been hoped that a settlement to The Tribune to have an American Real Estate] and Insurance
oa duty at the United States !ega I be reach cardinal chosep it the next consistory. r
with the league
tea, ed. All hope of this Baa been abandoned Sentiment is coming more favorable I 1 Ocala Fla. I Fla.t
Demands Submission however. toward Archbishop Ryan. ; ;; !
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FLOIIOA'S QUINTETTE Af WASH. Phosphate Shipments.

.INQTOI.Mrs. ACQUITTED OF CHARGE. During the month of Septemberthere (tC fia C &: :ia. .Qne Day bTwoctyirOR .

Case of Miller and Johns For Coneplrscy was shipped from the ports of

Mamie Howse-Stavall, of this Cincinnati to NOT Extort: 23.-Bribe.D. V. Miller, Havannab Fernaudin, Tampa, Take'Laxative aroma ,Quinine TaMets. 4 every

I of Terre Haute, and Joseph M. Jones. Brunswick and Purt InglU\ the following /'VH 6oL 33e.Tu'e .
city, who with her children Is spend. : Sewn Million boxes aoIcIln past 12 month This signature,
of Rockvllle. Ind., have been Hohil-
of viz
ing the winter in Washington, ia con acquitted tons! phosphate, :
of the charjre of !
conspiracy to extort
mann and B .i*>, 18,63:2::!; Button
tributing Home very interesting Uem* a bribe from John J. Ryan. made
by the Phosphate Company, 17,157; L. K.Chaztl .
to the Jacksonville Times-Unon.( pcstcffice departmentThe

The following paragraphs are verdict of "not guilty" was received 4,201; J. K-iUgeiibtcb,3200.

I camples her Mter*. hat by could the crowd not be with suppressed demonstra.tions bj. TbtfOnttol Pho+ph tte Co., shipped Old Standard
th., of P-usicoU (
I Congressman Hparttuan: will, alter ; the c urt officers. As !soon as conrl through por ruIn
tills was tdjoarned and Jude Albert C Tennessee!!! 5 :209( fOOl i
introducing several important ,
{ home. Thonnpson had retired, pandemonium The above figures were compiled 'S Tasteless Chi& !
f make a flying trip broke loose acton; the Jollifying
the American Fertilizer.A .
Congressman Davis baa made a very friends of the defendants. The defendants

i favorable impression among the politicians finally broke away from the Dangerous Mo nth. stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales
crowd of freinis: to shake hand with
r and always i greeted with the jurors and wept like children ai This: is the month of couxha, colds over One and a Half Million bottles. Docs this recordof
cordial haud-shake. accomplish they did so.Lightweights. and acute catnrrh. Do you catch

ed wife, who was quite Indisposed, hasp cold easily? Find yourself hoarse, merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Pound One Another. with a tickling in your throat and an
t t jegained her health. She was suddenly San Frac !sco, Nov. 23 J&mea Brttt annoying cough at night? Then Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent Package of C&OVE'S BLACK ROOT UVKX HLLS.

stricken and fell in the streets was given the decision over Martin you should always have bandy a bottle
but fortunately received Canople at the end of the twentieth
several days ago, of Ballard's Horehound Hyrup. .
round at Colima lest night Britt had --- -
no serious injuries.If J. A. Anderson, 345 West 5th etreeth,
the best of It at long range, but Then
the voters of Florida could be it came to in-fighting Oanole's proved Salt Lake City, writes; "Weiw Bal- '

t r present and watch the maneouversofthe the most effective. Both men were i lard's Horehound Syrup for coughs I Fern Hill Rye I
severely punished. The last rounds i and colds. It gives immediate relief.
house and senate, they were all In BrltU' favor, but he wu We know its the best remedy for
I', criticize less and be more lenient too tire! to put Canole out. The ma these troubles. I write this to induce "That Good Whisky. "

a with our representatives senators are lightweights. other people to try this pleasant and
efficient remedy." 25c. We..and $L00at ,
when they failed to do everything 4
i Asks Money to Save Cotton.
Anti-Monopoly Drug More m
i their constituents demanded of them. Washington Nov. 23-The southern H .ROSENTHAL& SONS, DISTILLERS,

f How in the world they accomplish members of congress will ask the goy At beat the policy of protection is a CINCINNATI, OHIO.

L I Anything at all for the good of Florida dollar rnment for to appropriate the extermination half a million of the bad thing and it is worse when it STRAUSS & co., DISTRIBUTOR :

1 under the existing circumstances,is a boll weevil pest which is destroying becomes sectional. OCALA, FLORIDA.

I great m)IItery.f the cotton of Texas and ia such a menace
4 I interesting study.to note to the crop of all the southern
It U a very states. It's For You!

f ...the different sizes and shape of heads ... --r L_ THE -

and growths of hair. Tne Florida "'
representatives- are decidedly the most He Could Hardly Get U,.

distinguished looking in the house. P. H. Dun".of Ashley! IlL, writes:

Our senior member, Hon. 8. M. 'Tb !! is to certify that I have taken CABLE COMP AN

t' tiparkman, Is said to have a striking two bottled of Foley's Kidney Cure

t. I reaernplance to the late President Mc- and it baa helped me more than any
other medicine. I tried many adver-
our junior member is rapidly -
't! Kinley; Used remedies, but none of them

: t and becoming has outrivaled the "god his of colleague the gallery, Hon.," gave me any Foley's relief. Kidney My druggist Cure andit recommended One o f the Largest and Most ubstantial in the'

i Bailey, of Texas, who was for a long has cored me. Before commencingits
of fair feminity. A use: I was in such a shape that I
time the cynosure
could hardly get up when once down. United States +,
belles were
of North Carolina The Great
: bevy Postoflice drug etore. m health) DrinK
discussing our junior representative
et! Friday morning end were very .much AGED MAN KIDNAPS GIRL. Mil!' II'BH_ rLtL 1.

impressed with his distinguished appearance Peculiar Case Tried 'In Curt it Bate> I

immaculate linen and "cute bridge, Ga This
4 I little feeL" Bainbrlde, Ga., Nov 2JV pants I I Dispensed at! all Soda Fountains 5c Company Manufacturesand
Mar case has been tried at thla term ;

of the superior court R was the METTO Syrup is put up for
.t .t Best Liniment on Earth age of old Sells Direct the
an white
mn. over 60 years mixing with ice water in the ,
's : J. M. McHatey, Greenville Tex., old. charged with kid.napq! a youci summer time and with hot

: writes, r\ov.2d, 1900: "I had rheumatism bid of IS year water in the winter time.
The old man admitted. that he had'
I down in bed Specially adapted to familyuse
: last winter was induced the girl to put on long cloth
nix weeks; tried everything, but got and had persuaded; her to run away either as a beverage or a
table drink, taking the & Conover 4t Cable at
no relief, till a friend gave me part of with him for the purpose of marriag placeof Kiijgsbury $
The Jury found a verdlot ot juiHy. tea, coffee, etc. .
of a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini with reconmendatlon to mercy. .

ment. I used it, and got two more The fefeuM wlU otter a plan *.Iweaaity.

[ = bottles, It cured me and I haven't .- Prices for syrup:l-2 pint, 25c.

; felt any rheumatism since. I canrecommend Money for FuntwrnOrwavilla Unl..t. ,. 1 quart 75c. 1-2 gallon' 11.35, Schubert e tt WellingtonPIANOS
l S. C.. Nbr.' M.-Or. 1 gallon $.50.
i 1 Snow Liniment to be the Lams H. Judaoa. seas al Pwnta'i Directions:Two tablespoonfuls

beet llnlmenf on earth for rheumy faealty, bu a6D0Umoe.I that he vouM used to a glass of water.
flaw" For rheumatic, sciatic or jive S0,00) for eatowmeat for till Costs less than 2c. a glass.
neuralgia pains rub in Ballard's furiaaa t&lvenltr. provided die peas'

Snow Liniment, you will not suflet rot movement to eaoura '100; TROPICAL "HlliUFlGTURIKG GOJaekseaTlile !I
endowmeat for tso laetitutioo
will be with a
long, but gratified
i. ne Mfttl by Dec. 1 Florida.
I speedy and aflective cure.2&. 50c.
and 93,000 additional U secured
and tl.OO at Anti-Monopoly Drug directly Interested la the canraja Those now<< Fur sale by Sid II. Whale,
Store m T. "". TllOXler, C. E. Taylor.
OD. w says the dealred amount wH be N Pot! tllt'e Droit Store and An- .- ; .-'-: ; ,_.: --=_.: ..;)

I j Wiats to bo Railroad Cammitsion tl-moiioply Drug lure.Jroteeetonal. .

t Hon. Thoa. J. Appleyard, of Lake Charleston Merchant ,Murdered S. O, No and,. K.Robbed.- M. B Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times
I City was iu the Capital City yesterday arWn, a leading merchant of ; I
.... ..
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on business at the state house m this state, was robbed and Wiled. pre

connection with the launching of the aumably by two negroes. wBil! on the T E.BIGGS
Huwannee Insurance Company, way home from his store He wu ATTORXEYAT.LAW.Office send us your order we pay all expenses and I
found by his! family lying In a pool
: which was granted a charter by the of blood, his money gone, and his skull OCALA.( in Cary-Agnew. Block.I Ft.ORIDA.)

governor and secretary of state. crushed by an Iron bar which lay
= near by. Two negroes, against whom > D. FCUER, guarantee satisfaction I
:: For some time it has been intimatedthat ] _
there Is strong circumstantial ni
F Mr. Appleyard would become a dance, have been arrested. DENTIST.Over .

candidate for railroad commissioner Munroe&Chambliss Bank,Ocala. Fla.

'l'btlll rumors: were and iudefik Anxious Mothers.
I vague

t cite, but now it can be positively I Conte of the most anxious hours ofa J M. THOMPSON PHYSICIAN_AND SURGEON. J. A. JORDAN T= Brjnck

stated that he will enter the race. mother's life are those when the Office over Teapot Grocery Opp.Montetuma.OCALA. ,

f; Mr.Appleyard! was the very efficient little ones of the household have the FLA.

\t chief secretary of the senate at the croup. There is no other medicine so 1113 Franklin St
I i hut session of the legislature.: He is: eflactive in this terrible malady as Tampa,

t editor of the Lake City Index, aad Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a household ATTORSEY-AT-LAW. I -.- -- __ _ __
---- --- ---
1 one of the best known newspaper favorite for throat and lung J I -
rues in the state, being secretary troubles,and. as it contains uo opiatesor K. CHASE. McMillan
J Bros- t
the Florida Press Association. This pensions and can be safely given. DENTIST !
a baa given him an extensive acquain. For sale by Post Office Drug; Store, m OCALA FLA c h
auce among the public men and peo -------
R. L. Martin finished the L. SISTRCNK,
pie of Florida, and will no doubt survey CARLOS Southern Copper Works {

Insure him a good strong following.Tallahassee .- Saturday of the line of the public ATTONNET-AT-LAW. Seeds
Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. 5 28 I
Capital.Me road recently granted by the county are planted by farmeran,1
---- iruniHKT who has
tto|>*!.leapermavnna.It Manufacturers of
coiiirnismoua from the Suniter county iwj* to pay a little more Turpentine
Sales fur Ktrrr's and reap a great Stillsi
!n \* December dial mart at the harwst.Alldralera.
line to Orange avenue, Ocala. This 1903 1tiee4 ,...at i
1 A.s we expect to have our eiitir DR. E. T. ALLEN MD. postpaid fr*,to all apptaiuiUh and i
road cornea by of the Pedro settlement D. M. FERRY & CO., General Metal Workers.i
force busy in the sales department Eye and Ear Specialist Detroit Mich.

t -14 during December, we hereby give and Capt.8. R. Pyles' place ..

notice that from December I, 1003, to and will be an important road. It is Ia Ocala EveryTHURSDAY OldJStills: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

January 10, 1904, no book accountsor the intention of the county commissioners : Burnett through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Jerry wire will
installment sales will be made. to make this a hard rock roadas MONTEZUMA HOTEL. receive prompt attention at either of the

However, during this period we are .- -- ... -. following works .
going to cut the prices on all our linesto soon as practicable.. .; : :.. :", 'r- .- : Merchant

the very lowest figure that it is Beautiful Clear Skies. i FAYETTEVILLE N. C. SAVANNAH Gi

poe.ible to sell for, and stay in busiIf Herbine exerts a direct influence on Oei nine roc\y Ford CantaloupeSeed JACKSONVILLE ,

; uess you are contemplating a the bowels, liver and kidneys, purifying Tailoring. FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .
purchase on the installment plan now for Sale. :
U the time to make it, as we positive and strengthening. these organs, -----
Planted and saved at Rocky Ford, -
ly will not accept business of this kind and maintaining them in a normal Ocala Florida.
F i Colorado, under my personal supervision
between the dates above mentioned. i condition of health; thus removing a and guaranteed to be Finest Imported and W W HITE'S CREAM .

i ; dll 19 3t w 2t :PITTMAN & Sax) ; common cause of yellow, mothy, perfect melons.seed from standard netted Domestic Cloths. ORMS. VERMIFUGE!

skin, and more less of limited amount hand. Jloaa III Quulity. saailaQaa.W
greasy or Only on
{ EOLEYSItONEYOTAR Address For 20 Years Has Led
i pimples, blotches and blackheads. C. H. MATHIS, Cutting a SpecialtyFits BOLD aT ALL dorm Remedies.r( ,v I

Cana C.I4. Prevents Pewrootslsa 60c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mSS 10 3)3mBlaCkvilIe, 8.C. Guaranteed. by'u.I. JAMES DR4r6Gr2ST0. ..tJl.J
F. BALL JtD.: st. "

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i; ,ON THE H6IH SEAS WEST CAPTURED BY WOOD and Beautiful trucking lauds home,; also splendid Hoe stock fruit T.NOTICE Whom I it IS May Central HEREBY Concern& ;GIVEN Peninsular THAT Railroad THE coar..NOTICE entered IS bv HEREBY virtue on the of lath a GIVErf final day of decree wHAT October of UN-,fot-A.

cattK Company has filed in this office a list of lands 193. by the Hon. W. S. judge
-!' situated in the township described below,and the court for the fifth Block 0

-Whisky Causes Mutiny on Large Areas of Timber Are Go neraVs Iroops Have En 11 ]13 4i* J. A. Owt s, list has icopy applied s open for to the a patent public for for said inspection lands; that and the a in Florida a certain. sitting cause in chancery then pending for Marion in said Crit county.court 0 .f4f

!t&;::: Part of Snip's Crew. ',,1 i I ,Swept by'Flames. gagement rhilippmes._ Sparr, Fla. been See.and. for posted thereof the inspection in by a convenient descriptive of all persons place subdivisions in interested this has of. ant.husband wherein and,Hattie and Marie Ella O.J.lse Allen O. Browne and Geo were K., Allen complain Alfred her C. i'VSj!

ol the public generally. beck, her it
Adelaide V
i EARTHWORKS. ARE DESTROYED. Public Notice. Within the next sixty days following the date James W. : hUbnd at law of William Morgan, ;>
; FIRE'IS SPREADING RAPIDLY. of thclaim is notice. protests or contests against the Morgan, eas. defendant the under- .4-
Mend FU.. Nov. 18 of he company to tract signed master in 4
In 1903. any or subdi. chancery will on
;, : Carman Steamer Octavia Ons Hun Eng;Cement with Moroc Near Tagil- 1'0..11 to WDOIII it uiity concrru vision n within any cti..n or part of section. MOldt 7th Ittember .J l
In the : described In the IK on the ground that the ,790], \ f
f"- Neighborhood Little Hock, bi one Private Was Killed and T..u Having beu notified thai the pub same is more valuable for mineral than for betw u.ooa m and and expose _
.; ... 4rd and Forty.Three Days Out Ark, Fires lie bridge across WithUcuocbee ncultural purposes, will be received and noted az- for sale and will th 2opm.oler to the .||
Are Burning (in All Directions Wounded-Loss of Moros Said To Riv for r port to the General Land Office highest and bes bidder for cash in hand in "l
at Wasningtou
; & From Antwerp, Hu Trouble With -r HC Duaurllou, Fla., i is iuadauconditiou D. C. front ol the court hou dtor in "A

-Irritating Smoke Hatij. Be Seventy-five. gHou and wlirta8 thoO W C. ROBINSON.! Register. county, For al right tUe Ql Intre Man ,:.i}
estate of
>; C, w Raid on Whisky Cargo. Over the City. county coiniuiSMiont-w of Marion aud HENRY; S. CHCBB. Receiver beck and Alfred defendnt Luis an ji -
Mania, Nov. 25.-GeD.eral Wooucap ; ,
; Citrus counties have 1
eontrtctfii with Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad Lands Adelaide V. Morgan an> James W. |
: Los Angeles. Cal.. \ov. 25.-The Memphis lean Nov.The urcll the Moio position on the hill the Converse: Bridge Company of Gainesville Land District. heirs at law of Wm. H Morgan Morgan. a of* J,
'} C rain ship Octavia 143 days out entire aT JOiO coita ot '!'a llbl. on the row Chattauooga, IVun., I(> ret a good South. Florida. East in lying and and to the following in denb lnd.deceas. *{o\

'. trwn Antwerp with a cargo of cement cotton bek region of west MUsiisippl Inot ant, and destroyed the earthworks and subwtauual l ridie" 1A111t1 taidrner. Township Range. to-wit. county state .j

.''f and teal rails to port Los Angeles, and Arkansas is enveloped Ic they find thrown up there Private and .whereas in lieu of the aforwaid bridge, 'I PtN F.', and'PtS 5 -Section 19 z3I 9 iS 9t southwest Commencing corner at a of point the 6 northwest.39 chains east of the of ;

...hi dropped anchor a mile off shore of dense smoke Martin Erenaan. of the Fourteenth paid Bridge Company I I I I the southwest quarter of section 15.quarter township
I has
today as a result utl' '
of Sit ine that they are 111)iu 15 south, range 22, east, thence
the Utter port. The captain of the cavalry] was willed durin the engage- running north- L
\ rious forest fires which have been nil that w in their power to hav the NOTICE IsS chains,thence east 6.59 chains,thence south
,soe1 brought ashore his! first officer ras meat and two private were wounde/ plans aud specifications chains. thence west 6.39 chains to the point f*|
ing for three approve by of beginning,
days. Large areas 0% containing by tea
la dying condition and him the etmt -
a had con- one seriously. proper government officiate and acres more or less
.' 1 reyed to a hospital this city., timber are burning while the fires The loss on the Moro side is known hat they have reasons to believe that Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Alva'ls beginning at the northeast comer the

'me OcUTia arrived in port with have spread rapidly by attacking the to have been 75. probably! more. as they will have said bridge completed 'OTICE 8.;Chapter IS HEREBY 4888.GIVEN Laws of THAT Florida. east,ana grant.running m township thence 15.south south with range*o mag D I

the sailmsker ia t Irons charged with dry undgerrofttli. the ground is covered with brush and I by January( 1st, 1904. N' & Pope purchasers of Tax Certificate HALL No. netic variation of 3 degrees 9 minutes cast 1.

: the murder. and the loe'ahowed three Advices from Little Rock Ark., thlimorning bodies are hard to find. The expedition This to notify all to whom it may and ui8 A 1219 dated the second day of July 1894. lion 23 69 of chains 2 degrees thence 35 west with a magnetic vana
and dated minute north 8
concern that said 9si 2112 August .45 cbaiaa.
bridge first 7 1899.
abovementioned thence
niors buried at set. state that Cres are burning returned to Jolo and pending an is No. iSt. dated the 1st day of July to the north 23.69 chains, thenceeast&chains -
fr in all directions condemned, as D. loot has filed said certificate point of beginning(, containing acres
l' Ttt story.sofs.rasttcanbeea.ri! and a pall of irritating investigation. General Wood says that unsafe and dangerous and e. and has made application for tax In deed my of la 1C. 3 -

t4. portend. ao unusual tragedy oo L smoke hangs over/. at city. so tar as ha can see, there will be no county wmmKaioners aforesaid will I to cates issue embrace in accordance the with law. said certifi ct SId! land being sold CARLOS to satisfy L. SlhTRCNK.said decree sad

tb high Between Memphis and Little Rock the of the sul not be responsible for following described! property NEIL M
was.U more opposition on part any damages toperson situated in Marion county. Florida, to wit. AlXAKD. SP'a Master in Chancery I -
1 seems that shortly after rounding on the Choctaw railroad, the oods, tan's men who led the fighting.Aorordtng or property of any person'. south half of southeast quarter except 149 10 J Solicitor .

''"the Horn the sallmaker. who, U is; are on fire on both sides of the railway to his understanding, this I person who may use paid bridge in I yards township square 14 in range southwest 21. southwest corner quarter section 21 of!. -

'trJd: ,, was drinking heavily, began mat'ing line while the timbered section I action on the part of the Moros abrotio ita dilapidated ant cian/f roiu condi southwest quarter of section it, northwest NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
The Messrs
n. of
quarter northwest
Camp of flannel of
north quarter section
trouble among the crew and in- of Little Rock 0 nthe Iron Moun. gates the Bates treaty. ion, agreed to place a iUc at said I west half of southeast quarter and north half 24.; Department of the Interior, Land Office a

t< 411cd three sailors to join him in a"n I railroad is burning. The fires bridge in ease it became unsafe be ot northwest corner of quarter northeast except: : quarter 5 acres of in southwest Gainesville, Fla,October l 1903. -
northwest L OTICE IS
raid: upon the whiiky portion of the extend aa far north as Walnut Ridge. LAST SPIKE TO BE DRIVEN. fore the new bridge was completed. quarter ot section & township 16 range 22 N named HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
:" The timber ,The said land being assessed following !tte has filed notice of -
carro. In an ensuing drunken fight lands southwest of Svtif H. W. Love, the of at the dat. of her to make proofin support of
issuance such tnal
the three sailors assaulted and sejrerely ton are in flames and oaring to the Officials of Union Pacific Go to Attend Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. Fla. W. L. Beckett. L.certificate B. Hart. in Chas.the Williams.name of r her,.claim Clerk and Circuit that proof will be mad
bfore Court
general' drynesa and early frosts thathave Attest :-S. T. blSTRUSK, Florida Insurance Co. and Unknown. at Ocala, Ha,,
beat the sallmaker. Ceremony.
Subs- Unless said certificates its,
111 shall be redeemed ac Dulbr igaj, ,
i quentJy] the sallmaker Induced the deaJeaeJ vegetation", many cotton Omaha Nor. 24.-A special train of : Clerk. cording to law. tax deed will issue thereon on viz: Dora Daniel of Fix ,

.- me three sailors to make a second'raid fields that are surrounded by Cine private cars carrying railroad officials !I the U 7th itness day my ot omcial December.signature A. D and 1001.seal this the north stead 27063 half, formerly southwest Kendrick Stevn. hme -

: ; on the cargo and, it is said, woods are believed to be in danger of the Harriman lines and otherrailroads I ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION AND! 31St day of October. A. D. 1903. township 14 soutn range 21 quarr eat sn 3 3 Si

purposely caused them to drink of a Several miles of fencing has already started west today over the' THE PROPOSED CHARTER OF Cu 16 Clerk Circuit Court S. T.SISTRt Manon Co.: Fla.K. her continuous names the ridence following upon witne cultivation to prove If|1

"::CUD0Y of carbolic acid and they died. be en destroyed by the 11ames. AtGreenme Union Pacific road enroute to Ogden, A. BROWN &. BRO. INC.nmE of Jim said land vu; Sam Hodge, Per Edwards, I

: .:' It is supposed that the first officer | Miss., and other points In! where the ceremony attending the driving NOTICE Flo rida. ., Luther Stafford, Kendrick

1&110 drank of the poison,and that his the Yazoo Belt great clouds of smoke of the last spike of the Lucien cutoff UNDERSIGNED INTENDING AND _: 10- W. G. ROBINSON, Register I I30

p.eent condition Is resultant It I is seriously] Interefer with river traffic. ,on the Central Pacific, will takeplace ; the 1. general proposing to organize a Corporation under .
corporation laws of the Ute of of for
Application Tax Deed Under I
i impossible at this time to give names I. I The Inhabitants of the cotton belt! on Thanksgiving Day. Included I. Flonda,and the amendments thereof hereby Section S of NOTICEI
make and Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida
? inasmuch the are anxiously awaiting the first signsof in the party were President E. publish the following articles of .
as vessel has not been assonation and proposed charter; I "OuCH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J C.
.p officially! declared In port rain which will serve to extinguishthe H. Harnman: of the Southern Pacific FIHST-The name of the corporation shall be I |> Howell, purchacr of Tax Certificate No, Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec
flames. No A BROWN & 570 dated the 5th day of April. A. D, 1892, and ton 8, Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida
T&e' captain. It is understood has lives have been lost and party; President A. J. Earling; and' BRO, INC.. Certificate No 662. dated August 6th. IS HEREBY; GIVEN ::1
?"communicated with the German riceotsul M far as is known but it is reported a number of Milwaukee road officials; and Manon its county principal 110rida.Saco place. ot business at Ocaia has filed said certificates in my orhce and & Wade Land e purchaser of Me-tax j
: that live stock has suffered I J. 1'' has made application for tax deed to issue m certificate No. 2.195, dated 1st day of July.
Haraghan second vice
j' et San Francisco and withthe severely presidentand D-The general nature ol the business accordance with law. Said certificates embrace A D Igor has filed said certificate in my office
consignees: of the Octaria's several other officials! of the Illinois :I. to be transacted by said corporation the following descnded property situated in and made application for tax deed to issue IB
cargo.8SITUATION shall Mi rion county Florida to-wit accordance with law.
be the ; certificate
WAR ON MONEY SHARKS. Central; General Manager Hoidredge carrying on of a whole embraces
( sale mercantile business and the South half of south half of northeast quarteroi the following described property situated in
} .18 BRIGHT R. and a number of IocalBurlthtch have power to buy. sell sjuthwett quarter, and north half of north Marion county Florid to-wt
halt of southeast Northeast
quarter southwest
f" Efforts Being Made to Purge the Stan: ton railroad! men; Generl Traffic Manager .real and personal! propertyfmdud.ing and quarter quarter section
' I shares in other corporations and deal genST., z. 4.50 chains north and south on 33. township 17, range 20.
; I.New Panama Government Gives Pe of Shylocks. J. C Stubbs and party of Rock erally as merchants. The corporation: t side of south half of north half ol southeat T he said land being assessed at the date ofthe I
shall have quarter of soul west quarter section issuance of such certificate
power to buy and otherwise : 2 town.ship in the name of Un
Atlanta Nov. 2-The; grand jury cl Island! officials, Including Freight Traffic acquire.e known
fl pie Confidence, Tis Said. construct, maintain and operate private hnts of 14 range 22. Unless said certificate shall be re-
F Mobile Ala.. No,. 25.-Captain Jullam. Fulton county has been hearing fromgrand > I Manager Monroe and General Passenger railroad and other means of trensuortation The said land being assessed at the date ofthe deemed according to law tax deed will issue
issuance ot thereon
and construct acqwre.lease. maintain : such certificate in the name of on the 23d day ol Nov. A D
"" 6t the Norwegian steamer Fort juries in other portions of Che Agent Lomaz; President Burt erate.steamboats. barges and other means and op-of parties, Unknown. Unless said certificate shull Witness my official signature and seal 1903.this the

>. Gaines, which has arrived from Bocat. state, as a result of which the warfareagainst and a party of Union Pacific offIcials.bcludin i transportation along and over the waters of ,llla. issue be redeemed thereon according the to law. tax deed will I7th day of October, A. 1.193
ver Springs, SIlver Springs Run.and the OCk: on day of November.A. D. .
Del Toro. reports that the I new usurious lenders cf money ito : ;s Chief Engineer Ber17'and waha and St. Johns nvers, and other navigable- I 190 3- to 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion C.,. F

Tanama governmentseemstobave em be made state wide. General Solicitor Kelley, General Advertfsig corporation wa trrslying shall within have the the state right of Florida. The the Witness i 2oth day moiJiCIal 01 Oct., A.signature O 1903. aad seal this[ ____________________________________________________

:: wed he people with the greatest confidence The present grand jury in Bibb COun'ty : Agent Alfred Dariow and a wholesale mercantile warehouse to and carry transportation ia S. T. SISTRUNK, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL .5 I

Business at Bocaa Del Tor
is progressing as never before the practices of the money sharks I ic At Salt Lake the train will be met and object of the corporation. general purpose DISCHARGE

brightening in all line being Macon and other places. The samecourse by a large party of Southern pacil1c.1 L I THIRD The amount of capital stock authorized NOTICE.

noticeable. He says that the qutfi., is being pursued; by the grancWBI officials, who will also be pr i is seventy and which.five thousand will be issued dollars.by the consisting company of NOTICE IS HEREBY executor; GIVEN ol the last THAT will TIlE

deuce in business is especially juries of Chatham and Richmond counties the ceremony. The train will reach seven hundred and fifty shares of the par val e An Dominance Providing for Gates, testament of JOHN A. COLE, deceased. an -I
wi 01
of hundred
la the premium on gold.Vben in Savannah and Augusta. Ogden Wednesday evening. one of which shall dollars be paia each.in one at hundred the time percent ft: Umrd- or Other Devices to be placitl the 28th ciijf of Februarr .A. D.I9I.make .

Bocas Del Toro In Colombia The grand Juries in all the sections the organization of said company cash ndud I A.ij'ii-eut: to the Railroad 'TracksCroxoiug for final settlement of his acunt apply
was when so paid said stock final discharge Such
SIR shall be then North Magnolia Street settlement and
JOHN fully
the premium was R2.60, but jj of the state are busy with this question -. MAPLE DEAD.B4nnett and non-assessable. application to be made t the county Judge
and to Frencribe Duties and Penalties IMa rion county at o
: that already it has and say that they find ths proDlem FO lI.TlfThe term for which the Oala.
dropped to $%50 I corporationlihall j iu Ki and conservative business men predict[ 1 to be as serious a one as it has'' a Typical Character In This I FIFTH-The exist is ninety officers nine who years.will conduct D. A. MILLER. -,

12.30 In a very short time. Everyone been tound in Atlanta. Letters from Busy Age. company'sbu-iness the first 'annual the; p. IT ORDAINED: BY THE CITY COUNet11 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
grand jurors in other counties have' 'London., Nov. 25.-Sir John 'BIundeIlMaple [ lu g. will be a president and secretary and al ot the City ot Ocala:
; apparently enthusiastically suporta tp. tr taurer. The annual meeting of the stock Section 1. Ii shall be the duty of the railroad NOTICE.
the new government. been received regarding the methodsof : Bart member parliament. IsSir holders and directors lor the election of officers company owning and using the tracks crossing -
When lie Atlanta body. On the otherthe d ead. He was born in 1845. will be held In the city of Ocala Florida on the North agol. street in the city of Ocaia, -
the Fort Gala_ left the John for second Tuesday in January in each year and Florida: days after the passage of In the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit
ed States gunboat NT.TlIe! !.tinfr Hand the Fulton county grand 'iry, J., a Ions'time had been suffer the officers who will conduct the business of this ordinance to erect, constrc. equip and of Florida, in and for Marion
ing from the company until those elected maintain on each side at thesdid County
asked regarding' ; Brights disease! and heart at the first elec
chored off Bocas Del T=ro. No troiT: has for information tion shall be qualified are A. Brown.president, crossing above mentione gates, guardc. In Chancery.
ble was anticipated. ?* condition as found in other portions trouble. The deceased wu a typicalfigure and Jake Brown. secretary and treasurer or other devices of a i Martha Osborne
ere are a few in this busy protect and make the said cring safe for the J. Plint. vs John W. 0.
Panama soldiers at Bocas Del Toro, of the state. age. He was a SIXTH-The highest amount of indebtednessand passage ot pedestrians and vehicles along the borne, Defendant-Divorce.
but tHe members of all grand juriesseem successful business man, a race horseowner liability to which the corporation can at satd stleet crossing the said railrcad tracks.
they nothing to do. The time subject itself IS ORDERED THAT THE
any is fifty thousand dollars. And in the event 01 failure of the railroad IT I DEFENDAN .
United to that the one country squire and member SE\-E.'ITB-The I herein John W.
States soldiers have quarters b agree great names and residences and company using and owning the said tracks toere name Gborne.
of parliament. At the the number of shares to be taken by each of and maintain said is hereby t bill of com
: oa shore. remedy for the evils as they exist at age of 16 he the subscribers as follows equip device as provided Jr gate the plat in said cause on before Monday,

present Is in further and more strm commenced business in his father'ssmall Number of tme spfie and for each day thereafter the The 4tk doty a/Jjimny A. D. 1904.

I INVITATION FOR ROOSEVELT. gent legislation. For that reason a II furniture shop, which gradually Name. Residence. subscribed iresy 1 agi or employe of lid companyIng It is further ordered that a c..ipv of this order
Each subscriber or having charge of said tracks shall be.
movement. has been on foot that: i! developed into its present huge dl. Aansions. be Brown. Ocala, F'onda. One hundredand upon convcion thereof punished by a fine: of weeks published in the ouce Ocala a Weekly week for Banner eight consecutive I

Asked to Attend Louisiana PurchaseCeremonies sure to result in a bill being presentedto m His title was a reformation: Jake Brown. .' One hundredand ninety.I not exceeding twenty five dollars or imprisonment Donthis 24th day of October. A. 0 i9o;.

In New Orleans. the legislature at the next session for political services to the unionists. ety. Section not 2 exceeding I shall be thirty the duty days.of the said railroad (Seal) S.T'SISTRUXK.Clrrk Orcuit ,

Washington Nov. 25.-.Senators Fos. that will carry with it not only the sentiment Hardly an election has been held 1 in Clark-Ray-John-H.LAnderson" Fnty. company to properly co.open and care Br H C. Cnr. .

:tter and McEnery and RepresentativeMeyer of the people but the recommen.datlons the metropolis for many years without I son Company LeRoy Fifty | that for the einsured said safety gates.of the guards traveling public in may order b Edwin Spencer, Complainant's sol'r. 1 -3

\ of Louisiana. presented to the of the grand juries as well. Sir John personally driving.. voters to 1 Herbert Edward A Hiller Ford, Ocala" .".. TweLty Twenty five I five at the point against mentioned accident herein in crossing, and said is track' -

.{'. president formal invitations from lie the polls in a horse coach. His a S. Hall u. Twenty I five the duty of the agent in charge of bil i rlrdUack NOTICEot

..}"o. governor of their state and the LouisUna DRAGGED WOMAN FROM HOME. exposure of the remount scandals i in T Z.Thomas C Chambliss Hall "" "" Twenty-five TwentyfiveWitn see that said gates the are no cl t
I any tme. except during passage any Application for Tax Deed Coder Section S
: the South
: Historical Society to attend on -- African war was one of the s our hand and seals the 16 day ot November t rain.car or engine and then for a of
fi" artiest 1903. not lon er than nyc minutes daring Chapter 48, Law of FlondaNOTICE .
: !>ec. 19 next the In Madison movements toward the > pas5geot
ceremonies incidentto Horrible Crime Is Committed reform ABE
z LSt any train.car or engine over the saw IS HEREBY; GIVEN- THAT W.
: the celebration of the centennialof County. ation of war offices. Few men occu- JAKE BROWN, LS except the regular passenger trains usche & Bro purchaser of Tax Certificate
'j pied a more H L- ANtJER OY. Lsj main line entering and leaving said station.in No 457.dated the 6th day of A. D.
c the transfer to the Uni%."d States Harmony Grove. Ga., Nov. 25.-One prominent part i nthe racIng HERBERTA.FORDEDWARD LS which event said gates may be clo for a 19 00. has bled Old nl6ot in Aat sod
.,. of the Louisiana purchase. of the most horrible crimea ever committed world than Sir John Maple in I the HIU.ER Liii penod of not uceedln len anyonetme. ha made application tax deed to issue in
las two decades. R, S HW.L. 11 I.S 1 Any watchman agent servant or a rn- accordance with law Said certificate embrace
;t The celebration is to be held' at New in this section' was prepetrated He holds the list of THOMAS Co H-\LL, (J LS ploye said railroad company having the sId the loUownf described property situated in
I a
Orleans In the Cablldo, the identicalbuilding 3 miles below this place in Madisoncounty winning owners in 1902 and had I the Z. C. CHAM BLIss. L LSI gates guards or other devices in charge who M county. Flonda.to wit:
largest State of Florida shall violate this tmiou ol this ordinance shall Lot 2. block 12, Spar 28, township 13,
racing stud
In which the transfer of I the Saturday night. In the United Kingdom. : County of Marion. be punished. upon conviction in the mayors range 22.

J Mt tract of country took placs. i Lad'pill Three young white men, Chandler] but the aristocratic Jockey club In person came before the undersigneder court by a fine ot not exceeding tea dollars, or The said Und being assessed at the date of the
persistently thorny Abe Brown. Jake -- impnsonrd not exceeding ten days, in the discretion issuance of such certificate in the t.ame of Win
be very elaborate. President I McGinnis and FitchpatnAk, went to him admittance son. Herbert A. Ford Edward Killer, R. S. of the court Thompson lnle! said certificate shall be

i Roosevelt expressed doubt of his abilt the home of a negro in which therewere presumably on account of his conn ec- Hall. Thomas C. Hall and Z. C. Chamblug, AIProvtdiovember- 5.1903. redeemed according t law tu de will issue
tion with each of whom is well known to me to be the I 15t M. FISHEL Maoi thereon on the nth day of No,. D
\ ly to attead the celebration on account two women and one men broke business until last Septem.ber same person whose name is subscribed to the __ Witness my official signature and I'J. the5thdayofOctober.A.D.iqoI.

.< his public duties, but promised to the door down threw the babe from when It was already known that foregoing proposed charter, and acknowledgedbefore i 1 1
S T.
that he
bis me executed signed and sealed NOTICE SISTRUNK.
take the matter up with members of the young mother's arms, dragged her must be fatal. said propoposed charter lor the uses and purposes .. _ 1016 Clerk Orcuit Court Marn C. Pi

;. 'Is cabinet. Indicating that oat or BOMSaa out of the house and took her Into i the Sir John gave large sums in benefactions > G therein under set out hand and and expressed.
t'en my seal of office I this
Deed Under
Notice Application for Tax Sec
S .f them might attend. field about 100 yards from the oust notably 600.000 pounds ster i i6th day of November. 1903. I NOTICE 4
ling to the [seal] H M HAMPTON ton 8, of Chapter 4&S, Laws of FlordNOTICE
; Ufltatlons university
have been extended to I i and mercilessly assaulted her. college hospital.

3iu tie cabinet and to the French ambaaaa'ii 1: They kept her there in awful agony His only child Is the wife of Baron My Commission Notary Expires Public Aug State 7. 1907.at Large.' IS. purchaser HEREBY of GIVEN Tax Certificate THAT FRED No.; ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 et

dor and von Eckhardseln, flrst NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR dated the 3rd day ol Apnl. A. D. Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida,
to 741.
the Spanish minister ta 1 1HTticipate for two hours. Neighbors swretiry of fthe 18.
I > LETTFRS PATENT. said Certificate otfice and I IS HEREBY GIVEV
beardthe Gorman ha filed in my ha THAT T.C.
If in the celebratloo. i creams and went to the r embassy In London. Notice is hereby given that the foregoing made application for tax deed to issue in accordance NOTICE puha of Tax Certificates

terrible crime, but the young mea -_ proposed charter Vim be presented to the governor i with law. Said certificate embracesthe 3 13!. 246, 236L. the 3rd day .f Oct. lo.,
ot the state of Florida and application described property situated L in and 1203 dated July has filed said certificate
f Queen consori: Makes Visit were armed and would not allow them Relative of Poosevett Dead. for letters: patent thereon will be made to the : folowinl Flonda to-wit: *in my office. ald 2 18 made application
governor of the state of Florida at Tallahassee, South half of northeast of southwestquarter for tax deed to accordance with law. I
| ;, fs>peete. Tahiti No,. 11, via to interfere. They were forced tc NeNw York. Nov. 25-James Grade Florida on the und, day of December, 1903. section 22. townsnip quarter 14. range 22. i said certificates uue embrace ,the following! described '

.. Vi aaelseo, Nov. 24. (Correspondence ol stand at a distance and witness the uncle by marriage of President Roosevelt ABE BROWN. The said land being assessed at the date of property situated in Marion county
JAKE BROWN. the issuance of such certificate in the I Florida,twit: ,
.. the Associated Pr s*),-The queen coosort asja-ult and hear the screams and Is dead at S/s home from pneumonia. H. L.ANDERSON. Fraud L> Patterson. Unless said uaintrtiB.: South half of southwest quarter. section 23.

: of Manilla. Cook Island. prayers of the woman. He had been ill HERBERT A. FORD, cates shall be redeemed according to law tax northwe quarter of northwest quarter except
withTi only a few EDWARD HILLER. deed will is'ue thereon on the I5th day of December in southwest corner and northeast
. relatives recently arrived ,. The young men finally left the woman days. Mr. Grade was a well known R. S. HALL. A. D.1003Witness quarter ot northwest quarter of section 25.

||, It tae Queen consort Madame Maura In a helpless condition and 1 she banker. Both the Mrs THOMAS C. HALL, my omcial signature and sea thiStoth ; the township 16. range 22. and lot 3, block 4 Dan
president and
u 20 Z. C. CHA.3&BI.ISj.NOTICE day of November.A. D. 1903. section 19. township 16, range 23
t Salmon, whose husband was formerly! had to be carried back to her home.U Roosevelt were much attached to Mr. S. T. SISTRUNK.ii bur said land being assessed at the date of the

Ij' King Pomare V. of TahltL Since[ Is said that they were under the In- Oracle and his death will cause them 13C Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co Fla Adam issuance slyke.of such certificates F.in N.the name of

their arrival there has been a grand fluence of liquor great sorrow aLd put a temporary stop f OF ELECT ION. and tnknowD.HreUlyen.Unle Ramell

. raccMtlon of Hulahula chants and Warrants have been issued and the to all gaieties at the White House. Be WANTED-SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PERsons r thereon acrdng diy to law.of Nov.tax A.deed D.will io j. issue

'I dances the natives accompanying the bailiff is searching for the young men was born in New York in 1839. He DistricMoss in each state and to trae large for house establishedeleven to call Witness my official signature and seal thl the
For creating a Special Tax School ;t at years cpitl
I flancert by beats on hollow logs i There Is considerable excitementhere was married to a sister of PresidentRoosevelt's Blut!'. upon mercnanu and agents for uC0ful and 15th day ot Oct.A. D. 1903.S.. T.

-.J..Mtur. of the occasion was the land- and the pople are very much father. IS HEREBY GIVEN- THAT AN cash profitableline.salary of Permanentngageent ad traveling expensand k 1016 Clerk Cr SSTRtNK Cu

) t1bt the visiting party at the old) wrought up over the horrible crime NOTICE: will be held at the Long Grove hotel bills advanced ia cash each week -
Bluff school house. Manon couna'cloik- essentiaL Mention reference
(Moss ) not
;:. royal landing place on the thore.easeli. Victim oT"Pecultar Accident.Vaidosta i vessel Stranded; Lives Lost ty Florida., during the hours of 8 Experience and enclose addressed envelope. THEN NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR LEAVE
i There are three French naval a 'm. and sundown of Saturday Dec. A (.334 Dearborn St. ChicagoMANAGER
| Ga.. Nov. 25. Tom II eea, Stavanger Norway, Nov. %5.-The 5.;A D. 1903, for the purpose of creating a TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.
.c In the harbor of Papeete at present j the 14-year-old son of Math Dees' Norwegian steamer Victoria was special tax school district to be known as I the _

::: the Prolet. the transport LaDurancs I living in the Clyattville district, this stranded during last night's storm off Moss Bluft Special(the boye Tax School said school thatrict.rioundafles Thetrictto WANTED in this county and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES .THT ON
; and o 'territory to represent and day of December D. 1903. I
the gunboat JUIiLLe. county, is dead the victim of a peculiar > this Prt'T attemPts to rescue the be as follows: of tise an old established business house ot aisolid will 14h Honorable Robert Bullock, CountyJudge

t Trains Collide.Waycroas. accident The young man went crew were possible. Five bodies Commencing,township 16.at range the northeast 25. running corner west to sectionJ7 Ocklawaha .. fancl standing.for expenses Salary paid on$u weekly.aday Flonda.in at and his office for in Manon 0 County said.county State fo of
Oa NOT. M. Two out Saturday evening to shoot a hawk. taTe been washed ashore and some river.thence in t southeasterly direction by check direct from headquarters Expenses 8 order authorizing Guardian of the
negroes Ocklawaha river to '
still along the un'outh advanced and horse and buggy furnished t when minor heirs of the estate of Lillian E. Turner.
L were killed la a wreck on theJalley. and on his way back home was examinIng ; persons are clinging to the masts viding townships 16 and 17,thence east ate necessary: position Addre i I President deceased to sell at private sale the following

II' tram road of J, r. A T. A. his gun with the stock pressed of the nuel. east thence corner aorta of to section the point township of beginning.16. nu 25. 640 Monoa Jrlent I 103041UJllU property Undivided belonging to said ia estate the .to-w Vie

his stomach. While three trustees and to vote on the hal Inter h
near McDonald. The wreck wa against cocking And to elect southwest southeast qur of
caused by a head oa oolKslon! betweentwo the weapon his finger slipped from Aged Couple Burned to Death. millage to be assessed and collected for the next Value TOUT northwest quarter of Section 33, Township Is
twoyean. st. South Range n. East.
log trains u they were rounding the hammer and the gun fired, the re- Grand Rapids. Mich, NOT. 25.- r. The following persona are appointed W.man- Study at t Horn Qe better..cewg% : baid lands belonging t the estate of the said
One coil him blow and :Mrs. George Smith 60( years old, and clerk of the election: E. Leva aure and you Lillian E.Turner, deceased to be sold Co th
.. of giving a severe which .
cur' Mgrtin
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the negroes wasnamed jno. T. LeWIS and N, I. Fort" managers, With tie Tlblet LMMI,.acedaot best interest of said minor heirs. This 6th dy
Sam Aiken and the other a boy ruptured a blood vessel in his tom were burned to death early today In a I and J S. Martin clerk. nl l.b.e o empiovoieai t .&i S IU. -fehurac. of November, 1903. i
I I I fire which entirely consumed I theirhome. I ij-io G. S. TT.man. I .Geometry.onarnv. & Huuvy. TURNER. 1
Cano Aiken. The collision occurred ach. He lingered in agony until he I Attest: I ,tToa I.PIM ejumunaoi.' .ri I I Ac Guardiaa.a ,,

about 10 miles out from McDonald. died. I, W.D.I CAX Secretary. J, o. A LI..., 1'13

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t 8U1.::Com ce-Ft4: r (Wash.), Alger, TEA POT t
Qaark*. : Coffee and Teas PK'G. OATMEflL. .
Fisaze -Pecxose.tadiaa '='t
A *! -Clark (Wro.j Losg, "
1mIri: gst oa-I a ger, cta .yaw.lkter.Oteaclc .

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,y eenten Pvldk fitSJ Privileges Poncd.ee-Pearoe p143'Git' :!I.adi-Fier.I.-Barrows e--Iurg aid Eel--Ho.a.,l,Scott.:r ehairza2, caiman Bartos.;, Lew I G 0 C IE Ri I y I IE

Today sesstoE. of tie sate began .

with Sir the, Alhsoa presentation(Iowa)of proYt* reiZ3tlocfr7 +..ag fort Below we give you the names of many of the different articles in

apnlzL.xt of Rev F. ,
Pettjnan. '
.. 'te, '-/
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> of thU city, aa chi;>!lila of theNnate line that in 1 Stock
for.the pre i ert lessee. The : .-, Grocery we carry addition to Staple #t; ../t.I dL '

r olution was agreed to. ,
Mr. CS :GQ (ct) presetted the, re E BATLB'S CONDIMENTS AS FOLLOWS: r
port of tie J '.
ccS : <:Ie co forelsi rein

tto& os tia bill to carry into eCectt&e : .- -

Mil West Cubes tO reciprocity the cLerdat.BURLINGTON trea7., ne : a-- ; !

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BACKING SCHEME. CI- Horse Radish Mustard. jr....- .-. 1"i" :- .--'" Ping Pong and Yum Yum Pickles
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After Dinner
Valdez Cepper River and Yuken Railway rim
.... Taragcna: Vinegar }
Project Deviled and Roquefort Cheese .
Portias. Ore. NOT ?*-*'. C. H&.ll, Brunswick Relish ir
of New York Ifeadi-g "pint fa tie .- Peanut Butter Salted Peanuts :t
Valdez Copper River and lakoc Par :f
irty projart. aal; J. D. MoGiUlTeray, aveil ::: Tobacco.and Mexican Pepper Sauce Jars Mince Meat :
known A13.3b.n xinic.; engineer :.,

Due arriiM here oa tEelr VIal fr&s ...-... Extract Onion. Saratoga Chip Potatoes ...
VaJ6& to tie east .4

The oomp&sy will mild: the road \i? v-i*
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from V*! & mage! of 413 idles. It is
ctpiUlized at IHXftOjMO. It la Listed
tilt tU Eorlic tca 1.1. banking tae
cfceme with a view to Ong it i f
ilni la te contla3Ott3 railroad fro= ::: HEINZ'S KEYSTONE BRAND PRESERVE ETC.
It." York to Paris whlci Is now tei:. ,
tertoruly co adered.: it la said that Apricots Cherries Red Raspberries Quince Strawberry, Pineapple
the BarKcgtoa wll bnlld through to
C. cast, coccect iriti a railroad n?; : Apple Butter Cranberry Sauce Sweet and Sour Midgets Celery Sauce :' f -

the fiziasdle of Alaska to the VaMez: .
Copper Hirer anti Y :bon Use, Iroawtesce India Relish Celery Salad Sweet Onions Small Onions Tomato Chutney

a conrectloa wia tie bailt to r :iuchered Figs Evaporated Horse Radish Bake' Beans in Tomato Sauce .
meet tie trasa-SiberiiD a* son as
the RaHiaa road is tonaLncttltr.gs : to tie Bearing straits

E. -
American Federation cf Labor :
--' mention anything ,,: .J.
So need to ; : .
Boston, NOT 24-la the convention -- ::
of the Azencaa Federation of Labo the
:::: regarding
tte committee of grievances handed la t4
several reports. The conresdon accepted
the convention's recommend. ..... STAR
don that to recommendation was r.e
ssary In the d'spate! between ti; :...' AYhfle we are not "f4#4

Riggers! and the Bridge aid Stnjctaril :::
Iron workers. A favorable report s- Eiclusive Agents we carry a In I '

,r Inetracting the Amalgamated Societyof

Carpenters to withdraw Its met. <_r3 :: full stock of different averages --
from any work !la which any union ol and
the United Society of Carpenters havetrack fresh stock
a.-- and can give you
was laid upon the u.!>!e. SraiedlMnsaioa is- ,- Crackers

followed on a grievance and prices that will satisfy. ,
resolution affecting the Ama! : .atec: We Handle the II
Association of Woodworkers and the
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners. The former organization had MEATS INNER
charged the latter with Indaclcg ser- ; : ,
era! woodworkers'' union to Join the Nabiscos I
carpenters and joiners.Oil We have every article that
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Famine at CrawfortJvifK E= is possible. to put in a can a ; Champagne

Crawfordvllle, Ga.. Nor 24.-Craw. Athena

fordrille ine. is In the midst of an oil fam :::: few specialties such as Cheese Biscuits 1::
Recently the city council plata &, C
business tax of J10 per year on the ==. Darle's & Cervelat Sausages 4. r :? Thins
Standard Oil company. The company : G Water Thins "

has. headquarters at Union Point Frankfort Bratwurst, Etc. {r GI".lhamYafers '
and.. serves this place with a tank os Albert
wheels when
the council increased
the price of 2 cents per gallon and Butter Wafers

nave been negligent about sending pa ::: Bents Water Crackers> t4e ,
link here. If it does net arrive in a = = Cocoanut
Canned ?
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few days the people will be forced to Royal r-j-r, PI;
order oil from some other point. r clock and Social T,.a*
e>- Goods H. il. Ginccr Wafers

Ornithologists Interested.St. ::: Saratoga hi
In Tin and Glass. is. t
VIncect B. W. L. NOT ': t--.sup-
posed changes in West Indies ornithology German Zweiback

in consequence of recent hurricanes C9--- We carry a complete assort-
.' and eruptions are aurai-Hns -
t English and American ornithologists. IlJ-- ment Fruits. Fish and Vegetables
Austin Clark, of Boston, has secured l -- .
many rare specimens, including threeof and recommend them as
tie Soufmre bird, the :Myrarchuoc --
bertl. The first known specimen! o' CD---- the. Best. Nothing Better to _
this bird was obtained by Frederic -
:r Ober. in be had.
1867 since
y which year 'Is* c --
bird has not been seen, though often

heard: near the 'oIcaIo.lit. In Cereals We Handle Hornsby & Cogs Best Grades

Battle With Bandits Imminer*

" Casper, Wyo., Xov 24. 'l"wo posses CD- H. O. Oatmeal Presto Besides we have the "
have left
here to aid Sheriff Webb and
Deputies Greenwood and Haines in :::: H. 0. Breakfast Wheat Force Srambeif of Wheat

Natronla! county, who captured Tom : H. O. Yellow Corn Meal Ambrosia Oatmeal Raising
0'Day. the notorious survivor of the E Buckwheat, Etc

Curry gang of outlaws and cattle .,,,
thieves. The posses are traveling ..-
with all speed and hope to reach the tip
Leslie mountains before the band of When Groceries call write
or us and
, desperadoes who intend to liberate you we be pleased
O'Day. It Is almost certain that afight .
: will result. The sheriff and his
E to show that have what want
officers with O'Day cannot reach the you we you
settlement! before

American Firm Gets Tuesday the Contract night P" Yours to Please for More Business.E

*1104' York. Nov. 24.-According to
Information received here the Loralnftreet
company has secured a contrac
to put in a complete electric trolley .. THE TEA POT t
system in the city of Wolverhamp- +
too Eng. This Is said to,be the first t'
contract ever given an American firm
for establishing ...
such a system. There
were a large number of

petitors...- .. .r-:English com ," 1'1'1",1'4'1"6"' .." ,, " " '" ''ll6"1"6'" '..6'6'ii"' "

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