The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00290
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00290
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The paper "Of the People, tor the-People and by the People." .



1[" "lilllllllilillillllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllfillllll11" ;" !' " "r"r"r"r"r" Architect McKay is just completing ,I' Ellis Edwards... a negro man aged AND WE ARE GROWING.{ Ocala Merchants Offer. :

: TAKEDaniels a very pretty two-btory dwelling for 20, charged with the crime that usu I

:Mrs.: C. C. T odd, which is located on ally calls for summary punishment, The Ocala Daily Banner started out t

the beautiful tract known arrested yesterday by officer
formerly as was
Tonic Pills on its career in a modest way.
Capitol Heights.Mrs. Hutson and is now in jail awaiting largest Stocks
t For the first year it appeared as a
n For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay -1 y W. H. Clark and daughter, trial.Mrs. five-column four-page paper, but
Richard McConathy left Wed-
Advance StylesCOr1)petitive
Collie, who have been spending the after entering its second
nesday for Hot Springs, Ark., where upon year
summer with Mrs. Clark's
: :
to _
Pi. she will spend several weeks. Later the demands upon its advertisingspace
' ::: 1- Mrs. E.-C. Bennett in Bristol, Tenn., PricesShipnjeQts
--- ., :\McConothy will visit the fair at justified its enlargement to a )
-, : i1r have returned home.

I St. Louis and other western cities six-column paper, and for good partof

.-.. I Mr. George McKay is the busiest before returning home.
: tesJ \ -_ the time it was enabled to print an Quick
"'\0: II'' man in Ocala. If there is such a ..
J Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perry and eight-page paper on Sundays.The .
(!5,: thing as the "All time, Hustler'sClub
f -- -- ," he would be unanimously. daughter, Miss May, after a residenceof fall trade is setting in so briskly Give Your Trade to Them
= And Your AccountTO
several months in this city, departed Banking
r- -- elected its president.We that it now feels justified in en-
yesterday for Ocala, which
f = -_ are glad to note that Mr. Leon larging to a seven-column paper,
f I will make their future
place they -
[ -- --+ Fishel is recovering from his recent home.-Gainesville, Sun. chases, column rules, a new headline,
t i severe illness. His friends trust that and other necessary materials having

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE '! 1 he will soon be able to be on the Mrs Lovick P. Miller and son, been ordered, it will appear in its MONROf[ &. [CHAMBIISS! ,

I streets again. Lovick, who have spent a most
( I new form on or about the first of
-- -
Prescriptions receive careful attention. j =SDlllJIlllllUillilillllillliiliilUluilJiUillllllllilJillilJ delightful summer at their old home BANKERS.OCALA
The Woman's Home Missionary .
in South Carolina returned home October.
J llllJilJuil Society of the Methodist church will
> r Tuesday. Miss Carrie Miller remained The managers sincerely thank ifs FLORIDA.At .
meet at four o'clock Friday after-
in South Carolina, where she will kind and consistent I II
t ---- --- --- - patrons for their
noon in the Sunday school room. All the Prespytenen Manse
... .....,
I .111 ---\1':1: ;!!: ---J" :=4r.' attend school.
members are urged to be present. I patronage and'they hope to merit a The entertainment at the Manse

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE I John Williamson says he wouldn't contuance of the same. tnightis going to be a most :ie-
Mrs. John Dozier and her daughter -
take a hundred dollar bill for his trip lightful affair as will appear by tl.fi
Miss Edna Dozier left Tuesday for The Rev. Henry W. Little has just
Manassas and the experience he
following program:
LANDS.If Valdosta, Ga., where they will visit returned from a pastoral.visit to the
gathered-but that he's got enough. PART I.
relatives for a couple of weeks. They northern part of 'the county. Gocd
Several hundred dollar bills would ben Piano Solo, "The Rustle of Sprtng"SindingMrs.
will then go Columbia S. C., to visit congregations greeted him on his ( McIver.
inducement for him to try it over
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier. rounds and the Rite of Adult baptismwas Song. "I Love You So" (Cooper.-
you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or again. administered to many. The Mr. Finzel. f.
lease on royalty communicate with him. Dr T. K. Slaughter, of Levon, was The thrilling and hairbreadth ladies are putting the pretty church Reading "Christmas Night in the i

1 in Ocala Tuesday. Dr. Slaughter returned escapes of some of the members of ; Lake into good Quarters"-Miss: Stone.
I grounds at Orange
I Piano Solo "Rondo Capriccloso" (F.
home several from
days ago a the Ocala Rifles at the battle of visited the schools
order. The rector
Mendelssohn.)-Miss Fuller.
very enjoyable visit to the St. Louis Manassas makes the hair on the ,!I
Office next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block.. Ocala Fla. r at McIntosh and addressed the Solo, "The Lost Chord" (Sir Arthur aSulllvan"Mr
exposition jand to his old home at
i everyday citizen's head stand on end. teachers, scholars and trustees on :Masters.

-. Jackson, Ga.Lumber Ask Charlie Moore, Ed Pittmann and "Educational Methods" and receiveda Reading Selected-Mr.: FinzeL

Solo "The Charmed Cup" (Roekel.)-
Asher Frank for details.
is being put on the groundsfor cordial invitation to repeat his visit'
1 SAGA ELIZABETH HASSIS. Local, Editor Mr. F. L. Watson, cashier of the -- -- Miss Whitfield.
the of the
enlargement Little After a vacation of several weeks, Piano Solo Selected-Miss Violet
of Dr. Mof-
Central National Bank, went down to Free to mothers-A

t ABOUT TOWN.t Dunnellon Wednesday afternoon fora Bonanza restaurant on North Magnolia t', reading club met again Tuesday fett's "Teethina" (Teething Powders) Harris.
HAPPENINGS street. Mr. Rowe, proprietor, is Song, "Creole Love Song" (Smith)-
Miss Minnie
air -noon Gamsbya
short business visit. I : will be sent without charge to any Miss Stone. .
If preparing for a big business as soon
f ,-t ie hostess. The meeting was ave
L Mr. George K. Robinson is back mother writing Dr. C. J. Moffett, St. PART II. -
Mr. S. L. Fridy, one of Reddick's as the oyster season opens. .-.r pleasant one. Xext Tuesday
from a trip to Orlando. Louis, Mo., giving the name of her Piano Solo. "Rigoletto" (Lis2t)-Mi!3
leading citizens and a prominent Mrs. Jake will entertain
afternoon Gerig
Masters "Teethina"aids I Peyser
George and Henry Wilsonof druggist not keeping it.
Mr. II. A. Daniel, of the Post msrchants of that place, was in Ocala the club and it is especially requested Song "A Dream" (Bartlett Mrs.
Jacksonville the the
bright regulates
young digestion
Office drug store is on the sick list. Wednesday on business. that as many of the club Looney.
>I sons of Hon. and Mrs. George W. and counteracts the effectsof
members be as overcomes
as possible present
i, lIon. Newton A. Blitch, state inSpector -- Piano Solo,,Selected-Mrs. Carney.
Mr. Max E. Bennett, the popular Wilson 5 arrived in Ocala Tuesday the club wishes to complete arrangements ,summer's heat and makes teethingeasy. Song "There, Little Girl Don't Cry"

_, of convicts, is in the city. mixologist, is now attending the afternoon and are the guests of their for the work for this winter. u__. (Norris)-Mrs. Lapham. .
'''9-. !1r Robert Evins, of Evinston, is wants of thejthirsty at Ed's Place on aunt, Mrs. A. H. Marsh I Let all pessimists drop out of the Piano Solo, "Sonata Pathetique",
Prof. J. H. Brinson, who has just (Beethoven)-ilrs. Mclver.
> In the city for a few days. f the west side of the square. ranks. These are progressive days'
.- Mr. W.1.. Shockley, of Lowell, closed a very successful term of the Song "Down the Vale" (Molr)-Mr.
i Florida is in the line of promo
Mrs. Henry W. Long, of Martel, I Mrs. J. II. Dean :Miss: Dessie was a visitor to the city Tuesday. normal school at Orange Springs, wasa and Finzel.
Let Marion county and especially Piano Solo. Selected-:Miss Violet
spent Wednesday with friends in this Leavengood and little Elsie Hall went He was here in the interest of the pleasant caller at this office Tues- tion.
Ocala in at the head of the Harris. p
: city. down to Lake Weir Tuesday to join Lowell school, trying to have an ad- day. Professor Brinson has chargeof Life is too short to givea Song, "I Need the Money" (Johnson)

Mixon has returned the Ocala colony for a week or two. ditional teacher granted. The schoolis the commercial class at the East procession. -Mr. Albert Gerig.
Miss attention to croakers.
----- considerably larger than it has. Florida Seminary at Gainesville. Solo, Selected-C. L. Anderson.
home from a visit to relatives at Wil- Of course everybody in Ocala and if want good
ever been in former years. This institution opens on the 29th of Get a move on you you I Miss Peyser and :Mr. Alworth accom
lUton. neighboring places will buy ticketsto --- times to come ourjway. Begin with panlsts.
Judge Robert Bullock Wednesday this month, and its prospects are I
able to see Mr. Anthony Finzel Sher- -
Mr. William T. Gary was I the S. S. E. R'y.
brighter than ever before in its
be out again Tuesday after a fewday's ,lock Holmes. He should have a heardthe case of the state against Cured of Bright's DIsease
crowded house. Mary and George Kennedy and Rosa history. Miss Kate Smith, who has been Geo. A. Sherman, Lisborn Red N

illness. Elliston, of Sparr, for cruelty to hogs. Forward, double time march! Run, I I visiting :Miss Frances Chambersfor :Mills, Lawrence Co.1', X. Y., writes:

A Shetland pony farm and a winnie The Thomasville, (Ga.) Times. The charge was brought byIr.. if necessary, and get at the head of a week, returned to her home at "I had kidney disease for many y'are;
farm are among the industries in Her mother, had taken a well known kidney medicine
Enterprise of Tuesday says that Mrs- George Davis, of Anthony. The jury the procession! Yes, even get on the Boadman Saturday.
and other remedies that were
Florida. > F. M. Ansley, of that city, has purchased decided that the defendants 'were not band wagon and hear and applaud grandmother, :Mrs. Lamar and little recommended but got no,relief untilI

F Miss Cora Griffin, of Anthony, one ajlovely home on Remingtonavenue guilty Mr. W. K. Zewadski represented while the bands play the "Electric brotherdrove down and spent the day began using Foley's Kidney Cure. ?

of the Ocala school teachers is in the one of the most beautiful the defendants, while Ray- Railway Quickstep." Fine music if I in Ocala and she accompanied them The first half bottle relieved me and "

for a few days.A avenues in that four bottles have cured me of this :
city attractive
city. mond B. Bullock prosecuted them. you have an ear for it. I
terrible disease. Before I began tak-
much needed new platform and I ingFoley's Kidney Cure Iliad to malt'water
at the Seaboard fifteen minutes, day and
floor are being put down I \MI every
night, and passed a brick-dust sub
Air Line depot. f
-- stance. I beleive I would have died

Chief Bull-, of the Ocala Fire Department The New Firm of _- I if I had not taken Foley's hidrn f'Y ,

reigned. His resignation Cure." For sale by Post Office Drug .

Store. m
is to take effect October 1. .HELVENSTON-BLITCrl-PASTEUR COMPANY.- Juvenile Ball Came. .

Jewett went down to From Wednesday's Dally.
Ut: Meta -..
Dunnellon Tuesday afternoon to V The small boys played an inter.Kt-

spend a few days with relatives. Will be open for business Monday Morning, Septemqer 19th, when the ing game of baseball yesterday afternoon -

on the Fort King diamon I opposite .
Mrs. A. L. Izlar and son, Laurie,
the residence of lIon. Gordon

went to White Springs Tuesday after- S. Scott. The following is the lir.p-
noon to spend a couple up of the two clubs, viz:
-- -
William Hocker and little girl Paul Gates c Lovick 'tilitr
Willie BnlJf, .fc
Seabreeze where Roy Galloway P
save returned from entire Racket Stock of Dry- W. Carmichael Ib Charleyn'!
they have been spending the summer. will commence. The consisting Charley Gates 2b Selwym Li! ,

i Mrs. Joe White and children are Whit Palmer ss Bookie Iiul:',

visiting and Mrs.Mrs.J. Edwards.{White's ,parents atElmwood., Mr. Goods, Notions, Shoes, Gent's Furnishing Goods and Clothing. Ben Wiley Todd Burford 3b rf Oloff JohnC'ti Zew '..K: :

Henry Blount cf John Sclir.
} Mrs. Will Neilson and baby returned Chas. Standley If Sam Burtur.:

home Tuesday afternoon froma Also Crockery, Tin, Glass and Hardware, Etc., will be closed Paul Gates has won the distiir;
Visit to Mrs. Xeilson's parents ,. among the smaller ball playeris ,.
Atlanta.Mr. Ocala's famous juvenile pitcher a-'

R. R. Carroll returned home outatvery: ; low prices in order to make room for the handsomeFall Roy Galloway as its famous jn'J:! '

Wednesday afternoon from a fewday' catcher and the result of yestnuv1 -

visit to his family at St. game shows that they still r Ui.t
Petersburg. Stock..,, This will be an event of matchless money saving 1 these- honors.

Morris Smith, who has,been spend- The score stood 13 to 8 in fa;<.r. of

at the Gates-Galloway team;
Ing the summer, with '
Orange, Va., returned home Wednes- : opportunities. 1 i i The'boys will play a match &: r>-

on the South Third street wlmo'll'

dar Mr.afternoon.Harper, formerly night opera. ', : :.r, ." ;-, COME EARLY AND DON'T FORGET TIE] DATE ; ;: ,: !t|next Admission Friday,afternoon.gentlemen 15c, lanes

.) tor at the S. A. L. depot, and who j i and children free.

i second base on the
played such a fine 1 All go out and witness! it.

Ocala Banner team,is again in Ocala. r "


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m Gorton asd Smith., draaa- -
c/xiety. Wr V/fll 0<>Jfl, vhb*.. }ot will contfoa to s saeHfy enlarge its rnzg ; m II
tfc feB rtaiaers; Billie Arficgion, old
rt'tunwS tllA4 a visit near F1kmfllC"&tAl luninegr+. .
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ta1' that be U1V a Wfi r jl*, CeM of Mr. Alfred J{. Mar vrhotzi he n -
faa Dramatic Co. Chicago Glee ,
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crA.CtJD drttroyall try' thaw inwc': aitant seder Mr. Bard, !
rnanager 0
Club Mai* Qaartfette and the ;'
within Ui* ,.'.lf/rt parlor of three day. will! contldc: In ihly V.Aitn a-s.e r i i Harvard Musical Cteb.DosMe 0

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the J.d"n11J-EI M Hrr/j//M. JaY' tL tU.e entire v/aal maa lr.fBt to II 04
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See Dr. UntUay of )Ir David Wilfia WI
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the batnkf 1/g and fe
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a? the nnmMrr of tiekeube on
that InC t: fltdJj! the ciA will trod 1
always him &*UI&H asd -
Hoiit d better them 8oI'Jfm.
Ulk* are entirelyNra J "AnwJ tjft6Prtr ,.AfwJ. t
INY", Ocala About lo lase a Cit'Zd, DryGoodsC3 ;
I All CeaU lady C& pflm.ated, '
Mr. A. K. Topb, a prow & At gentteioan o4
F. T. &Jjrir awl '
j A fcharorfiig: pirt.111t"Bonbjr Brae'f of peals, fe, in 1M city recu-
>J... Tatkmii who have fJtfl1.wJJfljC 1
j \\4iJfiday afi rwx8, given by Sirs Peratfag from ill health, and u the

.,-. ltIme time at SlaJ/rZI:, rt4tM4 ? ( McEwwi Johnson, w&the Ant of tfce gae t of of his *onT Gay Topfe. CoLTopb ..
ttlrft }ftJ1IJay. 1)r. f.chrletw.trt *r 113 1
stwen affair In. I
< vav/n' Voong"JGarrfett
trill spend WBW time here for y" .. .
down aryl<< sp nt *ct eral day ?! of Baltimore, awl list the benefit of hw health and may ,. : ,' ,'..-' 1.t
l with hU family awl returned tomethm. ,',; >,.' :. -
I I Hampton Chaatbtm, of Florida were detdfc to local here vmu ntli' M a J:;
w1i1 Ho laY' that Daytona lone ,
j the gut* of honor. lift would Le a welcome addition to : "
of the rnmt t autifol places InFIri P3 ) : -
Tb: plateof ea/-hgutatth UI ii tkfe l. Mnfert ranks of the city.- J j
now fmjrovlrjgtcry i
i I wa marked with lmon verl na _and I Tampa Time*. ...
rapidly. That at l IJ at a hundrcl "' .
white :
roe together with a card I ; D3iD.
houstJ K are in th+s courts of confttruc'tlcm I and A Cold Settled ia His Kid..,. .' : .',;; *"
a gold pin to attach it to th J "i. ." "
and that fully a million dollar gown of the gilder : A. I* Jenr. **e, 201 Batter St., : ,::. ::. '.. .

has been and 'j f Uinj: {xrnt on Chicago write; "1 am a switchman
Botty of honor
guest were givengold
and am out in all kinds of weathers :j jIfjak
IrnprJvlm+ nta.Mr. : I
-, hat pin with their monogram s cold which settled In my ri I

and Mr, 031.. Brown jr., engraved; on them. The prize for that e ; kidneys and I was in bad shape. I :'

spent Monday In the city looking highest score wa a gold belt pin, tried several advertised remedies with I j I aIZCI
no benefit, until I recommended l ocel
I was les
, with the coat of of
their rM,I to
try Foley's Kidney Cure. Two-
it. The tables were placed "on the .
SCt.1.UUSCflU; jointer to enablethfefn thirds of a bottle cored me.-Sold by ,
for IU wide porch and a color effect of Post Office
.,: (/> plan farnbhing. They Drug Store. m i i o

Ocala white and green was beautifully carried ,. i'n.
returned to that night and will --- -- --- .

bury' th.;mmlvcfn packing and out }in decorations and refreshment the President's Letter of Acceptance ; # 1.

nhipi'lng their hotiM:hoId go xli and *. The lovely ho++tes wan gown-, The president's letterer acceptance': 1

getting rua/ly for removal hero afx>ut e
, two week hence. Mr. and Mn. elaborate trimming of Mexican I and consists cheifly! in magni-1!l'tJ UJ .'

Brown met a nurntx-r! of Miami ivo- drawn work and point d'alencon lace, fying the achievements of the republican -

j.la here and were driven about the i The guests were Jlrs. Wingfield party and minimizing. those of ; '

city In the afternoon, during which I Nkbet, Mrs Winter Wimberl/, ilw.lioland the democratic party. I.
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time they formed and expressed very : Ellis, 3Ir Appleton Collins, :

favorable ollnlfJnIl.and they wills\ Mre. Louis Stevens, Mw. Walter A New Departure. : :

will pleased with their new home.- Grace, :'fn'i1Ib Sparks, Mr Chicago, Seat. 15.-To check th

- MtamI ),f.'troIIOUI. Robert Smith, Mn John Cutler, growth oftbe cruelty list, resulU

--.-- :\Ir Ed Burke : from the rash of modern industrial life
-- Eugene Harris, i
t Death of a Heroine.' the First AW Society of Chicago Hardware
. Mw. Young Garrett and Mw. Jlamp- been organized to Instruct work

,.- Clementine Jill, a twelve year oldHpariUh ton Chamlxw.Macon Notes In Atlanta how to deal with Injuries in emergeeteY. I T ,

girl died at her home in Journal. Free classes for the employof B ,

Tampa Wednesday afternoon after cornnwc!>.' q M JurlaI establismenta .
k Do Not Be Upon. I will i "ducted. It 1* n .
suffering Intensely for about! .
twenty- Foley & Co., Chicago, originated the aim to pru,:>" '!! amatttir doctoand I '
four hours. This heroic young girl, Honey and Tar as a throat and lung surf eons. : to impart such 'J

i after the explosion of an oil can in remedy and on account of the great structlocs that when an accident occur D : D I

tha kitchen of her home, with her merit and popularity of Foley's the victim may be inteTiigentlj ,
handled and life
garment ama: of flames, rushed in Honey and Tar many Imitation. are pros rved until the ar.

t the burning room five different times, offered for the genuine. Ask torFoley' rival of K doctor. Several promlneotpbrsicians W
lore at the bead of the md>
saving the lives of her five little sIs Honey and Tar and refuse teat board of the society. B
: any substitute offered as no other ;
ten, who were alone In the "
. house. Petition In Bankruptcy. '
preparaton will give the same satis- .
By the time assistance reached her, faction. It Is safest for children and New York, Spt 15.-A pefltlon to g' :
this heroic maiden had delicate bankruptcy has been filed by James UJ
saved live persons. Sold by Post Office W
Lawrence, wbd schedules his debts i
lives, but Drug Store.
: was herseVhorribly burned. m
at 152,300, with assets of J300. Law
Though she suffered agonies she Boi Supper at Blitehton. r oce formerly was a railroad builder

stopped not\. second until all of her Friday night,September 23rd, there and became financially Involved, according Rouse A
to his attorney, through buildIng "ire Thal Tieats
L ;r- slitcrs were safe. Everything IJIII. will bo a box supper at Blitehton for ap electric railway system and You igfl1

Lie was done for her but it was Im the benefit of the school. This Is the other Improvements in uguata Ark.

pcmslblo to.avo her life. last supper that will be given this The liabilities scheduled include mora % ,

The people of Tampa will erred a year. Come everybody and brings than $25,000 In notes due to Charles ti OCALA FLORIDA. A
Page Bryan American minister! to POT.tngal .
monument to the
memory of, thl your boxes, beaux and belles and
and $!.000 on notes to the Woodruff
little girl, who was a heroine in the let's have a good time.
County bank, Augusta, Ark.

truest sense of the word. Co Ui1rrEE..fI i m aaaaaaet: { m BrtBBEBEE m J

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ra VOL. JLXX1X NO -!> ._. .. OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTMEBER, 16, 1904 DOt.ir ,1\ ti Kit<
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t > Work on the Ocala House storesis I
i P eumatc(
progressing rapidly. yrR. m. I Tank

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The "blind tigers" keep the courtsof ? 1 r c2

Alachua quite busy. .4 in Uw _IiW_. dtHt"fll sf

water .e huwul*adLL1

ili. Louis R. Chazal has gone on a ._._- _.
ay tofM of turn-
business visit to Jacksonville.
}I ,' ,, Qrer+k+d air. H taMtot fry
f'.3 fii: .
Mr. O. 1Y. Reagan is enjoying an : ? ;a or flood the hew, asd tat

outing at Seabreeze. JZ w bag a* (MM 190, It wiSfttra&

water to lnt('-h ,

Sir. James Fort represented Ockla' Ly: v! : 'Ul, !, badwuoau aril aM &auudry. '

waha in Ocala Saturday.
) The Old Attic Tank '\0'4 ..... a t r"& m

3Irs. Rawls, Jacksonville, is ( '. ; ;' e.-.. mean*sagging beams cricked ceiling.frt a.... Is a Mtpt of

visiting her son, Mr. Sam Rawls.. 4 p ,-: .. l aural against leaks fires.tad repair, and DO protection 08 fee*.

Sin W. H. Boswell, the popular Gi1
Do you know of any reason why the MM Wk0 Iwt In Mali '*<*n.MM .
of Dunnellon in town
liveryman was / or on a farm, should not live a) ccvtfartaaty as Hat day man?
Saturday. : Yet how few country hornet haft eteih bathroom, std to MI sew
city homes are without IeID.

Col Sic Barco, of Crystal Riveris "Has he money to burn?" The trouble has bean with ti 1"D

visitor to Ocala for a "Well, he owns three gasoline automobiles. I ger exists. .
a prominent The Kewanee Pneumatic<< Tank provide* a toawatr watar w "rk < .t

w couple of days. I every home.It .
--- --_.- -,, t will deliver hot avi e H wa*"r from a well or cuter to .U (1'1' It
I Gen. ,Robert Bullock, Judge and Vr. Fred B. Beckham has returned Mrs.C. A. Starr, of Ocala, Fla., is the house and gr.-Mind It cmn b* placed la ta. cellar r bartw' 'it-!
:\McDaugall and daughters, of
Mrs. W. S. Bullock, and two young from a month's visit to Frederickshall visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ground, and does not frw **, and will! l-ut a Utetto:
Ocklawaha, are the guests of Mr. and

Mrs. T. C. Hall. sons returned home Sunday from a Va., where his family are spend- W. McCray, at 402 Clay street. Her FLORIDA PLUMBING $ND ELECTRIC COMPANY.OCAL'A. .

week's outing at Clay Springs. I! ing the summer. friends will be glad to welcome her
Mr. A. W. Allan, of Allandale-on- I i with them again.-Thomasville (Ga.)

Lake-Weir, was in the city on busi- Miss Fannie Robinson, who for the : Dr. H. C. Groves is at home from TimesEnterprise.Dr. FLA'. 'Ih t-.o-

Buffallo N. Y. where he attended DEAR SIR: TFe "eU1
ness Vonday. past two months has been the guestof I placed two Kewanee Air- wsa.'r 1'fa1

Miss Louise Fretwell in Savannah, the executive committee of the Inter- !. and Mrs. Boykin Cade, after a Pressure Tanks in Onaond. cube p..afore Tank

Mr. Henry B. Dinkins, of baseball returned home Sunday night. I national Sunday School Association. j| visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Florida, four years ago and
Gil Cade, left last week for a tour they: are giving the best of
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fame, who formerly played on the He was absent for several weeks. satisfaction.
through Italy and France before returning
Ocala team is here on a visit. Mr. Ardis Waterman has returned tt The one furnished by you
Miss Leora Burke has returned to their home in Germany.- last winter is supplying all -
I home from a very pleasant visit to Atlanta Journal. the: water for a 30-room high }
Otis Landers, after a few days visit from visit to Lake 1 0
a City, Jasper, -
class boarding house, and is
his brother, Mr. Rufus Waterman at Mrs. Cade was formerly Miss Agnes
to his parents in this city, returnedto White Springs and other places in perfectly satisfactory. ; I
Gainesville, Ga. Burford. I recently made plans for a
WaycrossIonday.. the middle section of the state, and i prominent St. Paul man andpecifiedtwoKewaneeTanks. ._ -
Rev. and Mrs. B. K. Thrower, of is again at the Central. :; Mrs. C. P. McGrath, who is on a : 1' '::- -- !
Miss Lutie Smith, of Sarasota, I He greatly prejudiced ,
Tampa, were registered at the Flor visit to her sister in St. Louis: we are against twas the system. I had :Q- 11 l'- 0
of this city, is on a visitto H. C. Sistrunk of OcaJa '
formererly spent sev-
Times-Union. exhibit at the St. s'rry to learn, has been quite sick fort him make a personal investigation -- ,_
White Springs.Mr. eral days in our city last week, j n past ten days. She is very muchb.rcr of those at Onnand ,-.'::',..:'.'.:_..::.:.- ...4 h-=--' .: i-" -
Louis fair several days ago. and he came back perfectlysatisfied E. -=-----
the of his sister Mrs. J. M. '
guest ,
G. C. Crom spent Sunday in \ now but in consequence of her I and reported other :
Willis. Mr. Sistrunk is that: he would have no
Gainesville' with his family, who I Mr. and Mrs. Christy Welsh, who recuperating :I II iiir-vss:! her return home will be delayer i system of water supply. "M i __,. ..

have been there for some weeks. have been at the Ocala House for the i I I, from a recent illness.Williston i I II i-jr a couple of weeks. Yours truly, 'ji" -1'- <

past ten days, went out to their home I II I Advocate. I I (Sgd) S. H.Architect:GONE. ,,' :...o........ .
: after a summer Mr. Jake Gerig returned homeMonday
Mrs Carrie Long, I II
at COl1leIDlonday. l Miss: Effie Lester a very attractive 'I II
Lake Sixteen with her I afternoon after an absence
spent at I young lady of Monticello, was in this I II _.. -r
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brother is at home again. : The big Bachelder cypress mill at I II t of four months. He visited South -
I city for a short while Saturday afternoon
Panasoifkee are now a mass of 'I Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois HY ROBIM-)Xr *, and son, I Miss Lesterwas on her way !
r .Mr. S. A. Standley young smouldering ruins having been con' Missouri and Colorado during UanK of Ocala :,
M. C., have returned from a visit to to Electra, on the Ocklawaha river, I I
sumedlast Friday. I his absence and enjoyed a most delightful -
-- -- where she will teach school the coming I 23&:K C1 :3 sf-r3:1a:1 ft& 01 :35C:.vtU
White Springs. summer.

-- Editor J. C. B. Koonce, of the term. .
Miss Evelyn Pelot, who has been Sumterville Times, after spending a Mrs. W. McDonald, accompanied .. C#)
Dr. J. E. Chace, who has been ab t
visiting relatives for the past two by her son, Master Darwin, left .a"
few days in the city, left Saturdayfor sent from Ocala for several weeks, 4
months, has returned home. Monday for Jacksonville, at which t = -
home. csCO
returned home Saturday. Dr. Chace
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Mrs. Davis' t city they joined a large party of I &) m I
Mr. and Mrs. attended the National Dental con c.;)
after few CoC \) ::
William Benus a
Mr. '! -
I ) a
friends bound for the St. Louis Fair.
sister, Miss Kate Mitchell, of Sum- gress, which; convened in St. Louis;, ) 1"O _C" Ca.y
day's visit to relatives in Ocala, will be absent from the for I o:; c.o
c: 1 1C
merfield, spent Friday in Ocala. re-I and he also visited the great fair. :;
turned to his home at Bronson P ::s
Times. ....
two weeks or more.-Quincy : CD::: cL:: :J

Mr. Mannie :artin I shipping clerk] Saturday. !! Mr. W. Atkinson, of Vincennes, '-ca-i: f- r. CO- :-!. 'S j
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is noon I Miss Bessie Voser, head milliner at tom. P 3r Qt I1 CXG > i
F at the A. C. L. freight depot, Mrs. J. N. Edwards and daughter,,. i Ind., is here on a visit to his old ca < ce 'v

a visit to the World's Fair. i friend, Mr. Yates. He is on a prospecting : the E. K. Nelson & Company millinery c:2 : -
Mrs Drew Mathews, of Ocala, spent ca.a
trip, and if things in this: store, is now in Baltimore, ..
with relatives. I I \ ....
in town
Mrs. J. N. Shealey, and daughter, Sunday I -P; _a A
where she will remain for several
section "look good" to him he will

the guests of the for Williston Advocate. !I .,;
of Anthony
weeks to select stock for the fall and -
i make his home us.
among Cif)
mer's: sister, \Jrs. Ed. Carmichael.Miss A little son was born to Mr. and I winter trade. Miss Moser's usual
I i JOe4 u".Gent'r,1 n 'nikn ttnanc,
; w.
Irma Blake went down to Mrs. Reese Hunnicutt several days ago t Among Ocala's visitors on Fridaywere good taste in matters pertaining. to Account. Xoli.'tiitl.

at the home of Mrs. Hunnicutt's the following gentlemen: Capfc.. I women's head gear will no doubt be

Brooksville Friday afternoon to visit J -- ; .. ... ..... .
parents in Atlanta. Frank L. Lytle, of Stanton; Mr. A. I in evidence upon her return. I
relatives for several weeks. It'.eR
R. Griffin, of Anthony; Mr. New- i !F.il..".,. :r-! !: IriI:ii jtMl.=, _-4"E.J.-. ===;,!,a..I :==-a.7.i.---.
.. Mrs. Reuben Smith, of Oxford, is )[r. J. H. Workman, principal of =t;='- -- =--=--- I:: '=' .v"==-==-= J'--"I u
Miss Jessilu Martin has returned I combjBarco, of Cotton Plant and Mr. ,
again in Ocala and is with her the Ocala High School, who has been _
home from a visit to her cousin, Miss Sam Dell, of Gainesville. \! :a ,
daughter, Mrs. A. P. Gilmore, who spending the summer at his home at Every Day
Mabel Sanders at Dunnellon.Miss --- I
continues to be quite sick. South Side, Tennessee, returned to
the -
J. G. Spurlin, of Ocala, it at
Mary Burford was the hostessof -- \Iondayafternoon.. M r.Work- AreArriving
Among the prominent citizens the Brown House. Mr. Spnrlin was for : 1 They i
the Juvenile Musical and Literary noticed years connected with the grocery department man spent a portion of the summer
in Ocala yesterday we
society at their meeting on Thursday county ,of H. B. Masters, Ocala, at Mont Eagle, Tenn. !
3Ir. J. Q. Boyd, of Anthony. Mr. i

afternoon. I Boyd is one of the leading merchantsof but recently accepted a position with Mr. L. M. Graham, of Grahamvillewas .

Moses Liddell is now in Tallahassee, our neighboring town. the United Grocery company as j in Ocala Monday and laid on ; ;I.

where he will attend college this year traveling Gainesville Sun. our table a sweet patato, the weightof We refer to the immense line of new and seasonable

; Vrs.W. D. Graham and Mrs.W.W. .goods recently purchased: in the.eastern markets. Our line
college and ,
and play ball with the state which was three a quarter ,

Clyatt, who have spent a most delightful Marshal Brigance arrested Silas pounds and an ear of corn, which con- ; of Men's Furnishings must be seen to be appreciated. ,

team. summer at Bryson City, N. Harrison, fireman on the Seaboard, Come and see us. '.
of the usual I
W. D. Turnley and children, : a parent
Mrs. CM returned home Saturday after- night and thinks he has the
i Thursday in the
of Mrs. size and five baby ears same
of Arcadia, are the guests who broke into Hendrick's iI .
noon. party shuck. Mr. Graham hepurchas- ChambersShoe
Tumley's mother, Mrs. Fannie R. says I Company I
before and ,
store the night got away ed the seed of this corn from Mr. M.
troubled with constipation tryChamberlain's
Gary. with $65 in cash and other articles of OPERA HOUSE BLOCK OCALA, FLORIDA. mIS
Stomach and Liver : L. Payne.
", Mr. S. J. Hilburn, one of Palatka'smost -
take and !
Tablets. They are easy to & = :l' )UJ*, '
and a Miss Nannie Clements and Miss
: prominent attorneys produce no griping or other unpleasant his mother and I _______ 1
Mr. Louis Lang, Louise Manley who have been at
brother of Rev. J. P. Hilburn, of this effect. For sale by all druggist. x i ,
: sister, Miss Kate Lang, of Ft. McCoy Clearwater for two years, have come
on a I
". city was in Ocala Mr. L. L. Meggs, merchant, turpentine and Miss Cora Griffin, of Anthony, i to Tampa to spend the winter. Theyare -TAwi4.iA

'- professional visit. and millman of located on the Heights and Miss
I operator have returned home after a three I II ,
Clements will a select school for
Mr. M. Haughton, one of the popular Orange Springs, is in Ocala shaking week's visit to the Louisiana PurchaseExposition. i children.-Tampa open Tribune. Are sure indications of soma form of stomach

traveling men of this city, is now hands with friends and renewing I trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. 1ta.1uit.Vi1l
Purchase The Misses Clements and Manley next overtake yot; Don't risk it, and above all,

: on a visit to the Louisiana acquaintances. What is Life formerly resided in Ocala. lI : calomel orqumine botharedangeroos

Exposition. Miss Kate Gamsby left Friday over nobody knows, G \
I In the last analysis
E. T. Miss Sallie Camp Mondayfor HERBINE
Ocal of Dr I
The next it to and throat the Seaboard for Jacksonville and but we do know that it is under strict Jacksonville, where she will be

:' Alleur the eye, ear, nose Thursday, I will sail this morning for New York law. Abuse that law even slightly, has aH their virtues none ofregulariy tbefr
Elinor for
surgeon of Tampa will be the guest of Miss Cassidey I deadly effect& HERBINE ta.km1

Sept. 22, at the Montezuma hotel. I City, where she will spend, several pain results. Irregular living means a day or two. Miss Camp and Miss: will forestall headaches,put '

weeks. of the resulting the di1reStive organs in perfect coridl.
Miss Caro Liddon leaves soon forGainesville t '. Cassidey will then'go on together to Lion Jie3.d off biliotWle5St he: iachea,

i Fla. where she will remain -I Col. Hibbert B. :Masters of New in Constipation, Headache or Liver Gainesville, Ga., wkere they will J liver ills, keep you in good luaith.f .

; .' She will stay i York City who has been in Ocala fora trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills enter Brenau College for the coming'!!: f TRY IT mflty.SOo .
about a
for year.
IS whom couple of weeks looking after his quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, a 2atde. All Drsg stt.
from year.FOLfiNEYL'cTAli
I fif Mrs. A. G. Parker I
left Friday for his (yet thorugh. Only 25c at Tydings &
attend interests here
she takes music and she will I For Sale byti-Monopoly Drug Store.
I, home.. Co. Drug St<>re. m

;., school at the East Florida Seminary. to"-ttut coi<.l*and heal lung.

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P.cF FOUR TMF nc&LA gaNNEa .

a MILITIA'S DISGRACE. POPULIST CONVENTION The Priater Will lahsrtt the Kingdom. At the Churenes Sunday. j

The old saying "trouble comes all There were no services at ssy of
Ci.J.ct of tile t St. A=-f.- at once" was the experience of Mr. the churches Sunday evening exceptat

f tiie Sach flat Citizens D sire Ma
To Ratify Tom Watsai's Isaiaitioian Sherwood, editor o' the Live Oak the Christian. To a large congre-

Merc Eaeaopaents. Constipatbn
r Erect Presidential Electors.To Democrat no: long ago. This gentleman gaBon the minister Rev. Rufus Row.

News comes from St. Acguatineconduct ts*Per:***Party *sd Otter*Csecerrtd; is printing aside from his MALES
paper land preached an interesting sermon, Biliousness.
>. that the of the soldiers at the By your authority we hereby tall apeople' a religious sheet for another
partyand having: as his subject. "The Name, I and Bad Complnions
in that city was
recent encampment party convention to be held after
one day going to it
:- of such a character as to disgust the in Ocala, Florida on Tuesday, Sept. was discovered that a scripture press Christian," Miss Sara Whitfield rendered 1 sit certain tc rati:t. The .her.'e y ? bu7
quotation a solo most delightfully at this Keep the SJSUJ i:1 mod oner bJ t&kiJtrI
K citizens and cause them to be glad of f7th, 1&54 to ratify nomination of had been left out. The machinery -

?' the riddance that the breaking of Watson and Tibbies as candidates for was stopped all hands-even service. I 1) A MOWS. LIVER PILLS
Rev. Henry W. Little of Grace
camp brocgh them. president and vice-president of the the "devil*'-secured a bible (out in J .ANDONl PELLETS
The statement is a general and Episcopal church went up to Orange .
one United States, for the election to be
town and there it that Mr.Sher wn0
was a;:4 pJd bkcd. gw3 c1iU"W\I ant good !cash tap
Lake where he conducted
an afternoon -
it is no doubt the case of the entire held on the Sth of November 1S04, wood's trouble began, as it was nee- cte rea ir! ,flU cteeks Ramoe' U''ei 'PUb u4

body of troops being condemned for and to name five (5) presidential essarytosearch the scripture throughto service and Dr. W. C. Lindsay, Tonic per ts gec.T ap t utorc. Fm 4&O tiff

; the reprehensible actions of the comparative electors for Florida.0 to name find what was lost. After readingthe of the Presbyterian church, preached 1 \ tookiet at duffers Q yr: fQ

few bat with it all is the in the evening at Dannellon. Owing BROWN MFO. co.
: three (3) members: of the state committee bible until he was almost eyesore
; that attaches to an organization transact to sickness, Dr. L. W. Moore did not 1tr York W
disgrace: and to such other Mr. Sherwood found in the book of
preach at the Methodist church in (]rmIc"Wr.T .
'; which supposedly represents I business. as may come before it.f'e Luke (that was where he started) IUL
. the flower of the state's mane the evening and as Rev. L. B. Warren
young \ request the county chairmen: to these words: "He that 1aboreth all I
hood. pastor of the Baptist church, is
call a mass meeting at their earliest the days of his life in a printshop

Street: fights and brawls were numerals convenience later than the 24thfast. : in Atlanta there were no evening
in no wise be cast out but shall

- and insults to women of that i ., to select delegates to said convention inherit the Kingdom' of God." This i services in that church.
Morning services were held at the
One woman was
i'- city were frequent. and where county chairmendo was sufficient everything was ordered -
Baptist church, conducted by Mr.
accosted on her way home from not act, then any two (2) or more to "move on," and now Mr. Sherwood .For Sale by Postoffice Drag Store.
church. On another occasion the Harry Shaw. Mr. Shaw was gradu-
populists or friends of Watson meet
centers his faith in the book ofLuke.Madison
yard of the convent was entered and and select dele ates. ., ated from the Ocala High School last I

: the inmates were made the subject of All delegates who cannot attend New--Enterprise.- year and is an unusually bright and 'IflfCT[( 11 11Have M MNr.( "

insult at the hands of the uniformed I send proxies. Address: W. J. Borden, Sour Stomach. intellectual young man. He will 44117'f

ruffians. At the bishop's residencethe secretary at Oxford Fla. When the quantity of food taken is leave very soon for Macon, Ga., to
dcMdl the kind
would lineup on the fence too large or the quality too rich, sour enter Mercer University to fit himself you on o
men F. H. LYTLE
stomach is likely to follow, and especially : for a minister.Mr. r, \\ '\ fertilizer yon are going to Uie? It'i
obnoxious W. J. BOEUEX Chairman
and make themselves by ,
so if the digestion has been a i not a question of how murh. but
r [. the loud singing of unclean sotgs and Secreta.y.Furful ._ weakened Shaw's. talk Sunday morningwas
by constipation. Eat slowly : what ki'id vni t. 'p +** result"
the narrating of filthy things. Monday Odds Against Him_ and not too freely easily digested on the order of a trial sermon zo
s can he obtained. You; can't make a
evening at South Beach the Bedridden, aloe and destitute. food. Masticate the food thoroughlyLet and wa an excellent effort. He hasa
2 mistake when you use our high grade:
dance wa terminated in a disgraceful Such in brief was the condition of an five hours elapse between meals, good deliver and an attractive .ffivr : fertilizer-

old soldier by name of J. J. Havens, and when you feel a felines and appearance in the pulpit and we "
of the predict
row, brought on by reason .,.
Versailles, 0. For he weight thereig on of the stomach
years was a great future success for Highest rash rice p fit for dry boo
intoxication of fifty or more soldiers. i
I troubled with Kidney disease and I after eating take Chamberlain's
The enumeration of disgraceful occurrences Stomach and Liver Tablets and the him in the Baptist ministry. His If,
neither doctors nor medicine f
ga"ehim FLORIDA FE TlU! 'Mrl. 0'' ?ANT
r is a long one, and these releif. At length he tried Electric f soar stomach may be avoided. For friends congratulate him on his address : ,

t I are cited as example The result is Bitters. It put him on his feet in I i sale by all druggists.* m Sunday morning.At Gainesville' Fla.

k = that the citizens of St. Augustine are short order and now he testifies. "I'mon the morning service at the Presbyterian -
the road to Moshana.
t not yearning for another state en- complete recovery. The i church Sunday jnorning Dr. S A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
Jewish New
Best on earth for liver and Kidney Year was appropriately : ,
campment until the ruffianly character troubles and all forms of Stomach and celebrated in Ocala Saturday Lindsay preached very fine sermonon i

J are either dismissed or suppress Bowel Complaints. Only 50c Guar by our Jewish citizens. the subject of "Knowing and

( Jacksonville Sun. anted by Tydingg &Co.Druggist. m Promptly at six o'clock Friday Doing. The choir sang a beautiful S. A STANDLEY & CO

State 5ul.a'end8ftt. quartet and Miss Effie Stone, of
afternoon the
Good stores were and

f Good spirits don't Spirits.all come from As the case of Hon. W. M. Hollo- i remained so until six o'clock Satur- Chattanooga, greatly pleased thecongregation Livery Feed and Sale Stables .

with very sweet solo. ,
is the
way agitating public I
Kentucky. Their main source is the press day afternoon. At 11 o'oclock services I"e

t liver, and the fine spirits ever made wish to register a kick against Mr. were held in the Synogogue, Report: ct.tt:CoiuLuoa of

G f in the Brae Grass state could not remedy Holloway's silence in the matter. I Mr. Isador Schwerin, in the absenceof THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANKor \\ carry the most complete t

a bad liver or the hundred-and- concur with the PaJatka Xews. Let a rabbi!, acting in his stead. line of Harness. Saddles etc .

one ill effects it produces. Yon can't him produce Sheats' letter and if it Ocala '
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb read in
a very central Florida, and will
[ have good spirits and a bad liver at I. giveour
: is a! he represents, that settles the thoughtful and At Ocala, Florida at the close of business -
r ? the same time. Your liver must be carefully prepared
Sept. 6,19&4. patrons the ven luwest
l : In fine condition if you wonld feel matter.It sermon on "Monotheism," which ?

buoyant happy and hopeful, brightof is not a question as to whetherMr. breathed throughout. a beautiful catholic prices. We are thoroughly

eye, light of step vigorous and. Holloway can bold the office if and tolerant spirit and depictedmost RESOURCES equipped for fitting out

.: successful in your pursuits Yon can guilty and elected, but it is very im- eloquently the sublime doctrineof Loans and discounts... ...$ 75,5:5 09 turpentine -

put your liver in fine condition by using Overdrafts, secured and unsecured and lumber team,
that gear
portant just now Mr.
, Green's August Flower the Hollowayclears the "Fatherhood of God and the ..,. .... .... .... 435 72 _., I
t '- greatest of all medicines for the liver himself of these grave charges | Brotherhood of Man," and the "one- L" wagons etc.We 4 -; ', !:t t 4t.
___,. .
and stomach and certain for or step down and out, and relieve circulation. .
a cure ness of the whole human family." 12.5'JV 00 .

'. dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena the democracy of Florida of the embarrassment The services were well attendedland Premiums on U. S. Bonds.. 724 38 Bmndesand always koep" on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers.

i. favorate household remedy for over it is now laboring under. Bonds, securities, etc....... 5S5 SS -White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm ans.
were very interesting throughout. North Mile Cciurl IInll, ". .
[ thirty five yean. August Flower,"' His speedy action in.this: matter I Furniture and fixtures.... 5,51 20 ,.. Ocala. Ha
make liver health and active -
your } Due from National Banks ---. -
r 1 and thus insure liberal will determine largely the;ucces3 of Neglected Colds. ---- --- ---- -- -- -
you apply (not reserve agents)..... US;! 72
of "good spirits." Trial !sue,25e; regular the democracy of Florida for the Every part of the mucous membrane, Due from State Banks and C. I.I GRACE.Successor

r bottles,75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly states suprentendent of Public In- the nose, throat ears, head and lungs, Bankers.. .... ...... 3.693 44 .

: Drug Store._ m struction in November. It.seems to etc., are subjected to disease and Due from approved reserve to Central Luanoer Co.

me from before the blight from neglected Ballard's agents... .... .... .... ,10. 78 28 Dealer In
tit Must Board the Teacher. press reports] Horehound Syrup is a pleasant and
and other cash Items 45 89
The board of public instruction off primary in May, that Mr. Sheats, the effective remedy. tic, 50c, ;1.00. Notes of other National Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Floorin

Alachua county has adopted rule present incumbent, made Mr. Hollo- W. Akendrick, Valley Mills, Texas, Banks. ..... .... ..... 1.50000 and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. ,Ceiiing,
writes: "Ihaf'e used Ballard's Horehound
which requires the patrons of the public way a fair proposition in offering to Fractional paper currency, Manufacturer of

1- schools in the rural, districts ofr get out of the race if he would pro- Syrup for coughs and throat nickels and cents.... .... 49 73 Turned Ballusters, Casings Newels Columns
-troubles; it is a pleasant and most effective Door and
r duce the letter in dispute, and it had Lawful money reserve in Window Frames Mantels
that county to supplement the fund remedy." Sold by AntiMonopoly I Church Seats, Pulpits School
bank viz
:- ,
.. each school white auditorium in it. The investigation Drug Store. i Desks and Seats Combined and
allotted to by providing m Tables. I
Specie..... .... ..J6,200 am constantly
for the board and of the of the state executive committee --- -- receiving Lumber and fill
lodging A Tame Legal tender notes .. 9,753 16,053 00 can orders for any quantities and
t \ teachers. And any school whose patrons in my feeble opinion, is lost time. Campaign Redemption fund with U. S. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
A drummer was in Ocala the other
; fail to do this, will not be allowed They have the same right to put a Treasurer (5 per cent of

; have schoolteacher name on the ticket as they have to J day who said be had been in thirteen circulation.. ..... .... 625 00 -=

tf until this to requirement a county is complied take one off. I states since the St. Louis conventionand ""ttr"'r"'r"-"r"'r"r"r"" "!" " "! "!" !" !" '" "!" "!" ,

found just as much enthusiasmand Total....... ....,.....J151.712 43
And I know of no law that
with. When we consider! the small would .

q '. amount public. school taxes paid'by I give them a right to do either. activity in politics in Ocala as in LIABILITIES I STANDARD PIANOS.: | i

The of their I any of the thirteen states he had Capital stock paid in..I 50,000 00 s
i report
r our people, as compared with the I investigation of Undivided profits less expenses : -
visited.In --
_' whole amount they should readily the affair cannot and will not be and taxes paid.... 1,474 65 fc 1 I: c. th tr ru.-s d :::

: comply with this new rule without a satisfactory to all concerned, so we his regular Sunday letter to the National Bank notes outstanding E:: s eserie:8 we hare harmed 3

r j murmur. It will add considerably to are in a dilemma.-S. C. GILES, in Atlanta Journal Rev. Sam Jones says .... .... ....... 12,500 00 .=..=. every G2ZAT: LL&:9. w. --

the strength and efficiency of the Jacksonville Metropolis.No that "the utter lack of enthusiasm in Due to State Banks and :-:: L kw C:.::, w -

our national campaign astonishes thenati"es. Bankers.-.. .... ... "... 5&2 21 == a.h .h are left -
school work of the be- $ td to
public county; c:: try'mg C! ==
Women in Heaven. ." Individual deposits subject ::1U. _
' cause "better pay, better work," is ... .. r"- ::\.t.l..s. *e scii -
The other day Mr.W.H. Clark, the There has been like to check. ... .... 86,153 57 == tiitt we ---
nothing it
t' a rule that obtains largely every- well known manager of the Ocala nor Demand certificates of deposit ffta clli 'a:3 t" r;:r Ga\..-...-.. == ::::

where. Other counties ought to pat Barrel approaching it since the formation of ... ,... .. ........ 260 00 We Kara : sen! t: '".
o 1-
factory, startled ass :
a partyof the government. Certified checks.... ..... .. ==
tern after Alachoa in this particular. 800 00 1::: ehi?!:e
[ ladies, who are active church \ 2> Ta 2: ts We :::
r Ocala Letter-Carrier. Sprains.S. -. E -
workers, by making the announce- Total....... ..........$151.712 43 TSZAT PZCPL2 ..Ir..a.
A. Read, Cisco, Texas ::: A __
writes Please
t A Boy's Wild Aide For Life. : ment that there are no women in State of Florida -- t: Ie:! free C1U. == :

heaven March 11, 1901: ."My wrist was County of Marion-ss. Ia3e.. .-... .
With family around expecting him or at least there were none, --. J :
r: sprained so t-a -'.. by a fall that it was I, F. L. Watson cashier of the above eL --
to die, and a son riding for life, IS he said, when the new Testamentwas .r -
f, I miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery written. useless and a u--r using several reme- named bank. do solemnly swear that -- --- -'-

for Consumption, Coughs and dies that failed to give relief, used the above statement is true to the best LIT/mEN./ GatHeadquarters
; "Surely, Mr. Clark, "you are not in ,of my knowledge and belief.F. I ElLi S S1ITCO.
-_ Ind.Colds, ,endured W. H. death's Brown, agonies of Leesville from, earnest," they said. He declared Ballard's Snow Liniment, and was L. Watson Cashier r.-- 1 : .
cured. I
| r:, asthma; but this wonderful medicine that he was and said he could proveit earnestly recommend it to Subscribed and sworn to before me --..
anyone suffering from "
gave instant relief and soon cured him. by the Bible. Tnrning to the 50c, $1.00. Sold by Anti sprains. 25c this 9th day of September, 1904. Fla. :::

He writes: _"I- now sleep soundly eighth chapter and first verse of Drug Store.' louopoly I W. W. Clyatt, Notary Public. SlmmIlUIIIIIIIUIUIIIIIUUllm.

every night." like marvelous cures Revelation he read the following: m Correct-Attest: !! mjlllllllUlllllmmmliullm l! !! jor

for Consumption, Pneumonia, Bron- Mr. R. E. Herbert A. Ford,
"And when he had Yonge, jr., the :Jacksonville -, ---- -
chitis,Coughs,Colds and Grip prove its opened the electrical contractor who George MacKay, I -_;
matchless,merit for all Throat and seventh seal there was silence in has Edw Hiller, Directors. I fLORIDA
, I heaven for about the the contract for the electrical wiring
r: Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c space of half -

"and fl.OO. Trial Bottles free at Ty- an hour." I of the new dormitory at the University Hon. George G. Mathews left yes. C OMMERG
} AL
I dinds & Co. Drag Store. m Buckleo's Arnica Salve. I I was in the city Tuesday looking I terday overland for Clayno, Bradford COLLEGE

Has world-wide fame for marvelous after his interests here. The work
i" Mr. T. T. Munroe left Monday I county at which place he will probably TAMPA ,
cures. It surpasses any other J JI \ here is in charge of Mr. Otto Mente FLORIDA
?' for Asheville, N. C., to join his wife, I salve, lotion ointment balm reside during the winter.. Mr.
or for I a clever electrician
young of Jack Combined
- mother and sisters. After remain- Cuts, Corns, Burns, Boiles, Sores, Mathews has purchased a large tractof I $75 Scholarship In Business and Shorthand

, : Ing In the mountains for about two Felons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum, sonrille. As Mr. Yonge employs ; land and already has a contractfor Positions for Time aU .Unlimited. Mail Courses Free Write Today, Only, $60.
but graduates.
none first-class
t, Fever sores, Chapped Hands Skin workmen, it is the delivery of 5OOOconh of Cheap board Finest
weeks Mr. and Mrs. Munroe. will go wood Shorthand. Touch penman In Florida
Eruption; infallible for Piles. Cure needless to state that the new dormitory to'a Typewriting Send for special :
= 'north and will be away until sometime ,. Jacksonville woodmill. We hope demand for our graduates exceeds offer for Fall Tenn. The
guaranteed. Only 25c will be in the
at first-class
Tydings & condition in &tadents. supply. Individual
he will Be
reap 'profits upon his in sure and a1dress Instruction
i in October. Co. Druggist. us as follows to aU
m f l regard to light.-Lake City Reporter. :
vestment. I". O. Ilor 3S5.:
JIAUXIX, A. IL, ftt.f" Mer.

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: The "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."





HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. The Negro Who Assaulted Little Annie Chatelaine Bag Stolen at Lawn Fete ,

club.'Mr.lMarshall a new location_McDavid for his is pressing lookingfor On himself last Tuesday Brooklen Ellie Edwards a negro at Large.attempteda man, calling Society Containing Monday was by Cash startled the and news at Jewels Newportlast that a MAIL ATTENDED ORDERS TO [R L H E I I II T A U E R (''J Ii ij AGENTS STANDARD FOR

criminal assault upon little 13yearold mysterious thief who is operatingwith PROMPTLY \; I PATTERNS d
Alick Inglis, of Rockwell, son of
Annie,Brooklen while on her way great profit among millionaires,
Col. Jno. L. Inglis, was in Ocala on a
to the Capulet school ,several miles had made beautiful Mrs. Henry :M. '
business visit
south of Ocala. Flagler his victim. It is whisperedthat g MATCHLESSLY LOW PRICES on Fall Nov.

Frank Ditto says be pities the civil The girl was accompanied by her she was robbed by a rich young I '

war soldiers if they fared any worse little brother, and ,the two together i woman, who is a confirmed 'klepto- I elties, Silks and Wool Dress Goods ,and Women'd 6 '

at Ianassas than the Florida soldiers. :' bravely fought the brute and their I maniac. For the sake of her familythe :iG Gc
'I ; 8Valking Skirts etc, \ E
screams and brave fight finally police say all her victims have ; ,c.z
The Turpentine Operators Associa !
to:3 c n
I frightened m away. shielded her : I .
upon the return of the
tion Ii 0 :
now inv session in Jacksonville 0
Edwards had a preliminary trial stolen goods. I E; >:j 0
have voted unanimously to curtail :c z

.' the output of the crop. ,before Judge Robert Bullock yesterday :Mrs. Flagler's gold chattelaine bag t- 5 Closing out Sale of WosQ Dress Goods. o ; v1

morning and his identificationwas was stolen at a lawn fete. The bag o ,0 =

Mrs. R. F. Hyman and children, fully established and he ., '
was= i
contained five one-thousand dollar .J
I 3 In order not to carryover we offer balance of our %
who have been spending the greater promptly committed to jail to await en
bills, eight one hundred dollar bills U ;: ::
portion of the summer at St. Augustine the action of the i ::1
grand jury. and two drafts .
ten thousand dollars summer stock at're nced
prices ., i ;
returned home yesterday He was heavily handcuffed and was on New York, also a long neck :::

Mrs. D. Speigne: Anderson and conveyed to the jail by Sheriff Nugent chain, set with thirty saphires and c:; I :- en

I in a carriage. Arriving at the jail diamonds, valued at four thousand "'"
children have
returned home from
-, V: ::.:.F f .... 0
the sheriff and prisoner got out of the c
Ga. where dollars. The news of the robbery, V\J :Po.:::
Augusta, they have spent I
vehicle on opposite sides and as soon for that is what Mrs. Flagler insistsit g I. Our domestic department offers few cases of' yard .
the summer. .
as the prisioner touched_ the groundhe was, has shaken the entire colony. en I =-
Mrs. D. M. Cason, Wauchula, Fla.,, made a dash for liberty as fast as ;I 5 wide Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale bleaching at c n iZ1H

wants the name and address of any of the Entertained Z M .
Daughters Confederacy
his heels could carry him and not ,

one who served in Capt. McXeill's withstanding the sheriff pursued him :E: !, o 'I 7 I-: cents per yard. E3.

Company in the Florida Indian War I Miss Josie Williams the hostess Z <
and fired at him eleven times he was o : I Cz :

of 1557. made good his escape. of the Daughters of the Confederacy I "

Mr. Amos McCall, of Jasper, who The hounds at the convict farm Friday afternoon at their'" regular I I FLOOR COVERINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS

in the Ocala High school last .
taught were secured as quickly as possiblebut monthly meeting. ,

year is in the city for a few days ana from some cause or another they There were nearly twenty ladies
is stopping at Mrs. Phillip's on South failed to take ,the scent and the pur- present and the meeting was unusually ON MONDAY 19.
Third street. suit in that direction was compelledto pleasant. After the business meeting 1

concluded Mrs. E. L. ,
was Carneyand -
be abandonded.In .
)lissIamie Clifford, of Eustis, --
Mrs. Sanders rendered several Florida at the Big Fair.
who has been the guest of her sister, the meantime, perhaps as manyas '

Mrs Robert Taylor in this cIty for a hundred persons, armed them- I instrumental solos and :Mrs. J. D. Dr. and Mrs.R. D. Fuller, of Ocala, THE CLUB HOUSE. i

Williams sang several selections. and Mrs.VT. K. :McDonald and Master
the past ten days, returned to her selves and scoured the woods in all

home yesterday afternoon. directions but at last accounts the Miss Effie Stone, of Chattanooga, Darwin McDonald, ot Quincy, were

whereabouts of the fiend is unknown. Tenn., was present and, besides sing- :tong: those who visited the Times- Cuisine First Class
; Mr. C. II. Dame, state organizer of fates Reasonable.
., To add to the vigilance of the ing most sweetly, gave two readings, i :.ion exhibit at the World's Fair I
the Woodmen of the World, yesterdaywent
search Sheriff Nugent distributed which were greatly enjoyed. Sr'lrtb). Speaking of the' exhibit t

down to Dunnellon where he yesterday afternoon hand bills 'offer This pleasant afternoon was brought tj St. Louis correspondent in )[on.day's Refurrjisrjed Throughout Special Rates by Month. .

assisted the Dnnnellon] camp last t3 a close by the serving of deliciousice
Times-Union :
ing the following reward for his capture says _
night in some initiatory work. ; cream and cake. This has been the banner day for -

Miss Tee White, of Plant City is in Mrs. Edward Badger will entertainthe visiting Floridans of the Fair, and
:3200 Alive Reward! $250 Dead
the city the guest of her brother, :Mr. Daughters at their meeting next who called expressed gratitudeat MRS. THOS. J. BARNES, PHOP
Escaped Sept, 15th, 1904, in com I many .. -. -.
I Joe White. She is on her way home mitting to jail at Ocala, Florida, month's meeting.Mrs. what the Times-Union is doing to

from visit to relatives in Summer- ELLIE EDWARDS : J. H. Livingston, sr., and save the state from being missing
"Sharl :ck Holmes" in Ocala Sept. 30. WE
t ville, S. C.Mr. _. Crime, attempt to rape a little Miss Lulu Gary were appointed delegates utterely at the greatest fair the world An entertainment is now being

: John D. Robertson who went white girl. Color, dark ginger cake. to the general convention to be has ever known. CAN

.... to Jacksonville Tuesday to attend Height, 5 feet, 8 inches. Weight 130 held in St. Louis Oct. i to 8. There was a great demand duringthe arranged-to take place in Ocala on
up or 135 pounds. About 20 years old. the evening of Sept. 30th, at the
Operators Associa- It was a matter of much regret entire day for special editions,and SAVE .
the Turpentine
f Slim built. Rather sharp face. No Marion Opera House for the benefitof

, > tion, returned home over the Seaboard beard or mustache. Turpentine hand that the president of the chapter, those who took them away promisedto Grace Episcopal church. YOU :

I Air Line early yesterday morn- with blue overalls showing turpentine -]I Mrs. F. R. Gary, was unable to be take them home and read them. The first part of the programme

stains. Escaped with handcuffs exhibit is
present.In In this manner a state MONEYON
_ _
ng. I will consist of solos, songs and readings
I Wire writeP.
:Mr. and Mrs.: Harry Phillips, who I on. or Praise of Chamberlain's Colic. being carried into many thousand I
local favorites
H. NUGENT, Sheriff, by our including
have been boarding with Mr. and Cholera and Diarrahoea Remedy homes, where in quieter hours studycan
Ocala, Marion county, Fla. several character solos b.fIr.. Finzel.

:Mrs. :M. E. Robinson for several "Allow me to give you a few wordsin be made of resources, resort The second part of the programmewill FURNITURE *

weeks, are now guests at the Savoy I Off For Jacksonville.From praise of Chamberlain's Colic, and wealth of one of the states witha
I I be a dramatic sketch entitled,
Wednesday's Daily. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
and brilliant future. AND
hotel having moved there yesterday.The great
The annual contention of the Tur- says Mr. John Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, "A Close Call," by Anthony Carting-

Savoy is steadily increasing itspopularity. Texas. "I suffered one week with ham Finzel, being an adaption from
pentine Operators Association meetsin Abscess.W. I HOUSE FURNISHINGS
bowel trouble and took all kinds of Mr. William Gillette's "Sher-
Jacksonville today and it promisesto H. Harrison, Cle"eland1iss.., play
medicines without getting relief when,
Mrs. Leonard Dozier and two little lock Holmes. TRY US
be the largest convention of this my friend Mr. C. Johnson, a merchant writes Aug. 15, 190'2: "I want to saya

granddaughters, Lauragene and association ever assembled in the here, advised me to take this word of praise for Ballard's Snow The following is the cast:
Dozier, returned home yesterday Professor James Moriarty...Emmett Robinson I I AND WE'LL PROVE IT.
Florence state. remedy. After taking one dose I felt Liniment. I stepped on a nail, which Dr.Watson ... .... ...... ...Al Gerig
after a visit of some weeks at greatly relieved and when I had taken Billy.,. ..'. ., ...............Adolph Dame
The following turpentine operatorsfrom caused the cords in my legs to con- Sherlock Holmes .. ......_.....Anthony Ftoxel
with Mrs. Dozier's son the third dose was entirely cured. I I t
Fort Jupiter this sections left over the Sea- thank you from the botton of my tract and an abscess to rise in my I The full programmee will be announced UU FURNITURE[ CO.[
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene later. ...
4, board Air Line yesterday as delegatesto heart for putting this great remedyin knee, and the doctor told me that I
This entertainment is under the
Dozier. the convention, viz: Messrs. W. the hands of mankind." For sale would have a stiff leg, so one day I

:l{r. Boone, representing the Kahn- by All Druggist. m direction of Mr. Finzel,of South Lake
B. Johnson, Walter Ray, T. C. Hall, went to J. F. Loyd's drug storewhoin (
Co. of New York City, Weir and he is all in his
Feinberg powerto
R. S. Hall, Felder Lang, Louis Lang, Return of the Soldier Boys now in Denver, Colo.) He recom-
in Ocala yesterday with as complete make it a great success.
was G. A._ Petteway J.Iartin, L. L. After an absence of a fortnight the mended abottle of Snow Liniment; I
line of fine choths as can be Don't forget the date, Sept. 30th
a E. P. A. M. Good- 50c size and it cured leg.
::Meggs Thagard, Ocala Rifles returned Tuesday night at got a my
and was at the store and that the will be UNIVERSITY
found on win, J. D. Pope, L. Home, J. Q. the Seaboard It is the best Liniment in the world. we hope players
8 o'clock on a special over -
and will be there rewarded full house.
of 11. Blasters Peacock, F. S. Osteen, J. D. Robertson Air Line railway.The Abscesses, with exceptions, are by a

this morning. Gentlemen wishinganything J. W. Crosby, West and Wiggs, young soldiers were given .a indicative of consumption or debility. Death of Bennie Hendry. -

in his line are cordially invited of the West Wiggs Company, Hodgesand taste of real military life and stood They may, however, result from Bennie, the bright little six year OFpLORIDfl

to call on him. O'Hara, J. W. Ward, jr., J. II. the fatigues and hardships incident blows or from foreign bodies, intro- old son of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. II I I '

Prof. A. J. Foskett, of Gainesville, McCreary: and J. M. Tilly. thereto admirably; the boys were duced into the the skin'or flesh, suchas I Hendry, after a short illness, died ,

well known in this city, has returned will be in session thorns etc.-Sold by
The association delighted with the scenes and scenery splinters, ,. Wednesday night at the district par-

from a trip to Europe and will sail until Friday. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m -
surrounding the famous battle sonage. The little fellow was not
York for home today. He
from New Given Up To Die. grounds; bivouacing on these historic The Central National. 1 I considered seriously sick until a few FIRST C LSS PROVISIONFOR
that he would not give ;Flor-
writes B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., fields awakened patriotic enthusiasmand The continued growth of Ocala's hours before his death, when he suffered

ida for the whole of Europe and the Evansville. Ind., writes: "For over : will long be remembered.A third fiscal institution is a matter of with convulsions.The .
eastern states thrown in. That he is five I was troubled with kidney. Grnuuam
years number of the company spent congratulation to all Ocala people, funeral services, conducted by BODYtw i\tdj r.q.ippe4.,
coming back to dear old Florida, his and bladder affections which caused.
several days in Washington City and because its growth is an index finger Rev. T. H. Sistrunk, of Anthony Most
I had threeof
much pain andworry. z.arseScholarly
home where he will be con me jyiJLlNJU* aped&k.&*.
adopted the best physicians who did. the company as a whole had a splen- pointing to the growth of the entire were held at the residence at one Motto:
tented forever and where he proposes I The MORALS ? 4M! .rkUtcBMU
good and I was practically did time. o'clock yesterday afternoon. a+
me no : community, and shows that its pros Of Good QUKBSbtpiAiirsss
t' fast
He is a good,
to live and' die. given up to die. Foley's Kidney I The Florida troops conducted.themselves perity is resting on a solid founda! remains, accompanied by the sor-
friend to Florida. Cnr 'was recommended and the first : : Tnt raiSISKT lab City,Hi-
father and mother, were
in such a manner as to win the rowing
Ocala Saturday bottle gave me first relief, and after .
Among the visitors in the: second bottle I was entirely praise of their immediate and high tion.The officers of the Central Nntional I taken to Leesburg, where they were --

were the following gentlemen: cured." For sale by Post Office field officers. are very much interested in the city's laid to rest in the family lot. Jerry Burnett
:Messrs. Isaac Nichols and A.E. Polly, Drug Store. m in To the bereaved parents the Ocala
The Helvenston-Biitch-Pasteur Co. welfare and are doing everything
ofBelleview: the Messrs. Luffman, Banner extends its sympathies.Mr. .
and J. G.BasMn, Music at the, Manse. This pew firm began business in their power to promote its growth Merchant .
J. E. Howell, A. P. J. R. Moorehead is at present
and while doing this are paying very
Townsend, of Don't forget the musical and literary Ocala Thursday.The
of Anthony; Mr. W. C. entertainment at the Manse this new firm ,is located in the close attention.to the business of the engaged in staking off the lots on Mr. Tailoring.

Martin; D. W. Bobbitt, ,of Reddicki, David S. Woodrow's beautiful lake
the Racket bank.
invited. The store formerly occupied by
evening. Every one
Mr. .
Ocala Florida.Finest
Dr. H. O. Snow, of Floral City readers to side property at Lake Weir. People ,
J. S. program is one of the best ever got- Company and 'as the firm intends We invite our the'splendid : -
David Stroble, of Belleview; entirely.different line of condition of the Central National who know all about this property say Imported and
of the ten up in Ocala. Come and enjoy the carrying an
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Geiger, of Inverness, of Racket which is told in another column. it is an ideal place for a country Domestic Cloths. .
and C. H. evening. It is free to all, but a silver goods they will dispose tne ,
f Citrus County' Chronicle offering will be accepted for the pipe merchandise at reduced rates and it These figures are strong enough to home. It will shortly be put on the.I Cutting a Specialty
the Southern Express I Guaranteed.
Breedlove, of Fits
organ fund. will be the place to go for bargains. I give confidence to this institution. market.

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ROBERT W. DAVIS IX PALATKA\ WS. The following extracts are taken The old style camp meeting is be- A Massachusetts town has a''

HAXZ HASSIS, Editor.P. You have been kind enough to ask from Thomas Jefferson's "Syllabus of ing rapidly side tracked these newfangled preacher who retained a $3,500 pas-

7. LeiTKZtti, Business Unaser. me to write an article giving my the Merits of the Doctrines of Jesus. days for the stilted "protracted" torate rather than accept one at $7,000. Like the running brook, the j
I views generally and briefly on the political -Writings of Thomas Jefferson meeting which people attend if This is probably the rule that proves I red blood that flows throughthe

situation so that you might insert ( Monticello edition) vol.xpp. 381-385: they can find time from household du the rule. veins has to come from

4 4 it in the News as a signed edito- "His parentage was obscure, his ties.With business ringing the headsof When a preacher has two calls to ;-omcwhcrc.

6 rial. Your request is not only flatter- condition poor his education null his the few men who'go, and dinner duty one at $3,500 and the other at The springs of red blood are

ing to me but"give8lne an opportunitywhich natural endowments great, his life causing an anxious twitch in the facesof $7,000, the road r is generally a plain );lntl! in the soft core of the
correct and innocent; ,he was meek to .. 1
F I gladly accept. benevolent, patient, firm, disinter- the women the Lord gets mighty j one. Certainly. bones c:ilea me marrow ana

There is, of course no doubt of the : ested and of the sublimest eloquence." little consideration in the up-to-date I' Why should he hesitate to acceptthe onie say red blood also comes

r success of the democratic ticket in I "His life and doctrines fell on un- protracted meeting. In the good old $1,000 position if the location is a from the spleen. Healthy bone

Florida and there ought not to be, because lettered and ignorant men,who wrote days of long ago once a year people pleasant one? marrow and healthy spleenare

l we have 'an excellent list of I from memory and not until long after dropped their secular business and in It is his Christian duty as well as full of fat.

MOTTO: THE BANNED, BELIEVING nominees. I do not know of a single the transactions were passed." some cool, sequestered spot where a i his material advantage to do so. Scott's Emulsion makes new

THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO man on the state ticket who is not a livered"The were doctrine defective which as he a whole really and de- lazy spring struggled through the The man with $7,000. a year Is bet- :I blood by feeding the bone

TAKE CARE uK THEMSELVES HAS conservarive safe, honest and intelli- fragments only of what he did deliver bung hole of a barrel,or dripped over ter equipped for good work in any I I marrow and the spleen with

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES gent gentleman and I have no misgivings have come to us mutilated,misstated, the mossy rim of a sunken box, an walk in life than is the man who gets I I the richest of all fats, the pure
or apprehensions as to the safe and often unintelligible." I arbor was built, and around it tentsor only $3,500. I I, cod liver oil.
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE .AT THE : conduct of state affairs under the "Notwithstanding these disadvan- temporary structures of wood. A He can feed and clothe himself and For pale school girls and

administration of Mr. Brow- tages, a system of morals is presented his I invalids and for all whose
BOTTOM.---- coming couple weeks was given over to the family better secure advantage _

/ ard and those who will serve under style to. and us, spirit which of, if the filled rich up fragmentshe in the service of the Lord and a campaign in education and refinement, devote i, blood is thin and pale, Scott's

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1904. him.We left us, would be the most perfect inaugurated against the Dev 1. In himself to his profession diligently Emulsion is a pleasant and rich

do not want to go back to the and sublime that has ever been taught those days none of these hop-and-go- and not have to scramble at something I blood food. It net only feeds

Tallahassee may be happy evil days of carpet-bagism in Florida by man." fetch-it-ditties were sung, as now,but else to keep bread and butter the ans but

O'er the closing of her bars and therefore we should allow no "His moral doctrines, relating to the good old hymns that stirred the and a little ham in the house. gives them strength to do
Bat the boozers get their whiskey wOn kindred I
and friends
seisms or breaches to creep into dem- were more pure heart and brought salvation down. Success brings success. Who can their proper work.
the arrival of the cars. and perfect than those of the most
Jacksonville Floridian. ocrgtic ranks. I hope to see a very correct The grove meeting was a valuable doubt that the lawyer or doctor whois Stud for f rw Mmplc.
philosophers, and greatly I SCOTT ft IJOW: f', CbcroMt,
full vote given in the coming electionfor more so than those of the Jews, and auxiliary and the after meeting full making good money is a more influential ...'S carl MrH. Ktw Tort
Sup m4 f(.00; all dnrz ta.I .
Ex-Governor Bob Taylor of Ten- our state and congressional candi- they went far beyond both in incul- of groanings of repentance, was an man in his profession thanis

nessee, has again become a benedict. dates. cating universal philanthropy, not effective adjunct. They have gone, the one Who barely gets along? I worn-out preacher commands little Jj
-- In this day and time when the republican only to kindred and friends, to neigh-
all gone and religion like every- In any profession you care to con- more thoughtful consideration In this
Col. Robt. W. Dads contributes an bors and
countrymen, but to all man-
members of congress are thing material is sider, to heartless world than does a kicked-
rebound in helps and
being money standing
kind a
editorial to the Palatka News. lIe is gathering all into one family, .
out shoe.A .
cheerful of democratic success. constantly threatening legislation intended under the bonds of love and charity, de luxe edition, according to modern i increased success. Is
shabby preacher one of the
to cut down our representation peace, common wants and common plans and methods. And yet why The common comment about preachers worst obstructions: In the path of

Col. Bob McNamee says he will in congress and in the electorial aids." should not the church improve in all looking at the matter of compen- human progress. lie is a drawback 4

not act as Gov. Broward's private college we should see to it that we "He pushed his scrutinies into the its ways and means, as well ar anything sation rater than to the plain and un- on the gospel.

secretaryi-nor will he act as SteveSparkman's poll a full vote and that no excuse heart of man; erected his tribunal in else? Why should not the Gos- varnished business of saving souls is The man who haa to go into an

either. iha11 be given those who would cut the region of his thoughts and puri- abject struggle to make a plain livingis
fied the waters at the head." pel Wagon now be a rubber-tired au- usually by thoughtless or mean-
magnet to draw tinners
down our representation and lessenour
Catch it! catch it! It will getaway tomobile or the old Ship of Zion a 'spirited people. to the path of repentance.The .

if something is not done quickly. -! influence in the councils of the THE PASSING OF THE HORSE. Hamburg Liner-Idler in Comanche Part of a preacher's Christian duty, i minister should be a shining

Catch what did you say? Why the nation. Chief. as of every other man, is to look out example of the claim that it pays to

Silver Springs Electric railway. What The republicans of Florida have evidently Mr. R. H. Edmonds, editor of theM A Short But Pretty Sermon. for the welfare of his wife and child- subscribe to the Christian system and
determined to make a "gbodshowing" be good.
else could it be! 'iufactuers Record, and in many A southwestern preacher the other ren, as other men do.
this year and we should be There may be occasional exceptions
respects, the best versed man in the day delivered a brief but beautiful He ought to have enough money to
Our brilliant and brainy Uncle Hen- on the alert. very but as a general rule the
country, in a re'ent communicationto funeral enable him to make a good
sermon. We think worth appear- preacher ought to where he
go can
ry Watterson the last of. America's As to our national ticket I do not I .
famous editors of the "old school" hesitate to' say that I believe-can- his paper reprinted the following perusal and reprint it. Here it is: ance and enjoy his friends, and it Is get the highest salary, and he U ea-
I startling phrophecies I perfectly for him titled to boldly present that ai a
in his talk at the Waldorf-Astoria didly believe-that we will achieve : "A word to you all. Post mortem proper to lay up a
I "In the course of a few years there praises and love are in the air. Peo- I little agains a rainy daY-for preachers reason for going. If he dosen't go I
; the democrats success. Why should we not? Dem- I he Is
inspired of the nation unjust to his
will not be a street-car in all :New ple kiss the dead when they never like other people old family to whomhe
with hope and --- ocratic principles stand for economyand grow and owes the first duty in this world,
courage. York. Such was the prophecy of a stay to kiss the living; they hover helpless, and to the ;
: honesty in governmental af- mechanical expert who has built and over the casket in hysterical sobs,but it of Christian and unjust to himself, for he cripples
The republican party rolled its people must be said that himself.
up a Atlanta
fairs; fairness and justice to all rebuilt more street railways than any fail to throw their arms around the | Journal

usual majority in Maine in the elec- classes of our people; equal privilegesand man in this country. I was talking loved ones who are fighting the stern j 1
tion on Monday-the democratic with this man on the train about the battle of life. A word of cheer to the .... -- J.- -
opportunities to all a firm ad- -
party however made gains. A large ever-increasing perplexities of urban struggling. soul in life is worth more

vote was polled which showed there herence to the principles of the transportation Manhattan, as dis- than all the roses in Christendom I

fathers and against those practicesand cussed by :Mr.: Grasty ih last week's piled,high on the casket covers. The
was no apathy in either party.
acts which disregard and override I :\lanufacturers'Record. The forego- dead cannot smell the flowers but the
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The press of the state is showering the constitution and are now ing almost startling prediction was living can. Scatter them broadcastin f
followed by this statement of facts their pathway, therefore,and pluck '
bouquets on Gen. Gilchrist; now if known as "Rooseveltism. (almost equally astonishing to those out the thorns before it is too late.- '

his fellow-members will change the We have a presidential ticket that who have not kept up with the growthof Gainesville Sun. I I

bouquets into ballots the general I stands for democratic principles. the automobile interests), which Who Is He? -

will be made speaker of the house, a Parker and Davis are both men of tends to prove its probability: 'Five L.- __
Congressman; Sparkman is losingno
there _
position he has long coveted. character. Neither one of them are I years ago were no automobiles. 1
During the last twelve months our sleep over the candidacy of :Mr.:
politicians. They are conservative,
llillsborough, Hernando, Manatee, automobile output exceeded in value Gunby Jordan. Republicanism has
honest and patriotic. They are clean all the locomotives built in Americaby no show in this
state.WilJibton OF
Orange, Lee-these counties thus far, I Adi YOUR STOMACH
and upright Americans who love their 20,000,000, and the industry is I
are on the honor-roll for the South ;
country: and their countrymen. They scarcely out of its infancy. The trol- "_ .0 0' __
Florida Fair. The other counties ly car and draft horse will go together; IF YOU USE STIMULANTS
ought to be and will be elected.
8l.>uld get on at once. Step lively. there is no room in the crowded streets

The procession is moving.TampaTribune. The riol'oway Case. for either."'

"The hopes that were entertained that Mr.
Who Killed Cock Robin?
0 _____ Holloway would come manfully into the open
.i and demand an investigation,before a court of Demands
Mrs. Laura A town that never has thing to
Flournoy any
a daughter of
charges against him appear to hne been misplaced a high stan-
the Rev. Sam Jones, of Cartersvillej Tampa Tribune. do in a public way is on the road to

Ga., has abandoned her husband and The nature of the offense charged the cemetery. Any citizen who will dard of '
against :Mr. Holloway is such that Whisky. A:: X
. he is suing for a divorce. This is a do nothing for his town is helping to

ti; I number two or three. The Rev. Sam judicial investigation will not amountto dig the grave. A man that will cuss

anything for the reason that thereis his town furnishes the coffin. The Strauss
should preach his divorce sermons to The brands of
no statute law to fit the The rs ,
who is
r his own family. one so selfish as to have no time

t, :,0 j tion Jefferson of nis cabinet.was fortunate In one in of the his select letters -- that charge were of against words not in him in the a is copy original the,of interpolation a letter.letter- merchant affairs from his is business making who will to the give not shroud.advertise to the The city is! A 0 Mof 0 of r'5 S (om 0 fortotlCUt4 0 0Rticut 0e Whiskies will help you jCE '

he said; "I am well satisfied This is not a forgery under the law for driving the hearse. The man who is to do it and

that everything on with wisdom save
goes the reason that the interpolation car- you
always pulling back from any public
t and rectitude which I could not im- ried with it nothing of value. For
prove. If I had the universe to choose enterprise throws bouquets on the e
instance to affix a to money None
a better
t grave. man who is so stingy and
from, I could not change one of my
piece of blank is not
r paper a forgerynor selfish
as to.be always howling hard
associates to better satisfaction."
t to any writing which has no
preachers the funeral and
---- sings
",G. "There is," said the immortal bard, value. the doxology and thus the town lies "NEVER POUR

.' "a tide in the affairs of Nor is the offense
men, which I chargedagainst
( buried free from all sorrow and care. BUT THEY
if taken at the flood leads on to for- :Mr.: Hollowaya libel because the REIGN. "
t Seymour (Tex.) Banner.
: tune." There is no tide in the wa- words said to have been interpolatedby SORPAnd

ten of Silver Springs, but its flood is him in the copy of the letter sent How His "Skirts" May be "Cleared." Q

, there to stay, but in the affairs which out to the voters of the state were If Mr. Holloway will turn over to Strauss' 76 Fern-Hill r
connect it with the Electric railway. not in themselves libelous. If Booker the Democratic State Executive Com- strauss Royal Re.ene,

. .'j Now, to-day, is the time to take hold Washington had in fact been invitedto mittee the original letter,about which !

? address the so much fuss 'I.:! *..> teen made, and if it
and catch up with the fortune! people of Gainesville Cedar Brook

"in. the white auditorium" the be discovered taat there was no interpolation W H. McBrayer
In his primary campaign speeches pro- ,
i ceedings under our statute laws would -if the c:>:>y is an exact duplicate .
Bob Davis
Col. gave us a graphic
not have been libelous; hence the interpolation of the orJerinal-the contro- Strauss' I IX
picture of :Mr. Napoleon Broward's Baltimore
of these words do not con- versy ought to end. It seems to us Rye. Queen Anne Sc ole
as a farmer. In his
1 stitute a libel. that is the way to end it and the only SOAP >
election speeches he will tell us of H
In other words, if the offense way.
his genality as a man and fitness for Pilgrimage Soar Hash
statesmanship. The pathos of the charged is fully established in a judicial Look out! You will get crushed up CUTICURA Ointment Hauler Hya

investigation, Mr. Holloway is and limbs broken if you are not more .' ,
and the cane episode will i
peas sugar the Skin Cure.
guilty of no crime under our laws. careful. Where is the society for the great
remain as sealed propositions. Not only arc tBey the purest,swatest;and Maryland Rye Stop.
The offense charged against Mr. prevention of cruelty to animals? most effective ,for preserving, purifying, old Hanest Corn

Nothing is more certainly written_ Holloway under its legal definitionis Where is the fire chief Can't some- and beautifying the Skin,Scalp, n&ir,and ,

: in the book of fate than" that these neither a forgery nor a libel; the thing be done to have the rush to get afford Hinds instant of infants relief: and and children refreshing, but sleep they for

people (negroes) are to be free; nor only question with the voter is (providing in on the ground floor in subscribingfor skin-tortured babies, and rest for tired "II

:, is it less certain that the two races, the proof of the interpolation is stock in the Electric railway mothers,ia the severest cases of torturing,
disfiguring, .itching, burning, bleeding, STRAUSS
equally free, cannot live in the same established) whether or not a person checked up? scaly,crmted'and pimply skin and scalp &
humors, fCm2c, rashes,and irritations. CO.
7 government. Nature, habit, opinion guilty of an offense this
sort is the The farmers in the vicinity of Santa with loss of JWr,and arc sure to succeed
have drawn indelible lines of distinction proper person to place at ,the head of Fe have when all else fails. WHOLESALE
caught the Hastings potato Sold throughout the world. Cutieait Soap,Dt. Oldmrat & RETAIL UPlIft
between them.-Thomas Jeffer the educational institutions of the e,Rctoirent! ,Me. (ia form ot ChoeoUl Gutted DEALERS.
.. : I fever and will plant five hundred Kit,Se.. per TUt of CD). DepoU: LoadoB,S ChuterhocueSq. OCALA
state. .- ; Parti,J Rile deli lab:; Boston,13Colvnbuf
son. acres to this wealth ., AT*. Putter InuZ k' Chun. Sole Propi. .
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JO NIY [OMMI I'[ : for school purposes be reconsidered. (, his report for 'final settlement with the take fright when being driven by la-
and a levy of
5 mills be and the same board for the collection of 1903 taxes, dies. Resolved' that this board give
: ,hereby ordered made for school pur- and the clerk was ordered to credit the notice that should a repetition of like

Official Report of the, September Meet. poses for 1904. said collector with the amounts shown i; nature occur again this board will endeavor -

ing of the Board of Commissioners Reward for Burglars by his report. And after numerous I to seek out said parties, and If
After some discussion by the board compliments by the board to Mr. Car- this board has granted them licensesto
Ocala the following resolution was passed: ney "the following resolution was I carry arms, we will cancel the
Fla.. Sept. 5, A. D. 1904.
Board of "Whereas the frequent blowing open unanimously adopted: I same." Our in New -.
f county commissioners met of I Buyers are
on this date. Present safes and the robbery of money "Whereas the Honorable E. L. Carne It appearing that the blanks to be :,
H. W.
chairman Long contained therein in Marion county and ), tax collector for Marion county, used by the justices of the peace in the
and N. A. Fort.' J. L. Ed- other counties of the state indicates has filed his report.for settlement with county have been exhausted it was or- Fall '
wards, E. L. Wartmann and S. R. Pyt York buying our
commissioners. s. that there is an organized clan of expert this board for the year 1903 and uponan dered that the clerk be requested to

robbers in Florida and realizing examination of the same we find get up and have printed the necessary :1
Minute I
:r and amended of as last follows meeting: were read II I I that unless this great evil is checked by that he has collected nearly every dollar blanks for justices of the peace, etc. and Winter Stock.Consequently "I

the strong arm of the law that It will due the state and county for taxes Commissioner Fort called attention .

.j The board of county 'commissioners, widen and spread until all places thereon. And whereas, this board desires I I to the condition of the Silver Springs .

i I at their regular meeting in July, havIng where, money is kept or deposited will to express its appreciation of his I and Sharp's Ferry hard road. After .

decided that it was necessary to be in peril at the hands of these expert valuable services, therefore be It some discussion with reference to the we are
enlarge the court house
upon some villains, and believing that the "Resolved, That the thanks of this extension of the Cotton Plant and the '

' f plan, practically amounting to the public good requires and demands that board is hereby tendered Mr. Carneyfor repair of the Sharp's Ferry and Anthony selling (Remnant)
[ erection of a new court our
house and the full force of the provisions of the the efficient manner in which he roads upon motion of Commissioner ,
having given due notice as in such case law in the se'eral.counties, of the state has conducted this office for the past Wartmann it was ordered that one- -

made and provided for by law, that at and of the state also, should be put year." half of the convicts and one-half of

the next regular meeting of the said In operation upon practical lines to secure Poor Farm ReportMr. the teams now at work on the Cotton SummerGoodsatgreat-

board after 'the publication of said notice the arrest and speedy convictionof Long thereupon made his reportas Plant road be transferred to the

the question. of enlarging. the, these felons. superintendent of the poor farm: Sharp's Ferry road during the monthof ly reduced prices Come
court house ,
would be acted upon by '"Therefore be it resolved 1st that To the Board of County Commissioners September, 1904. to repair the same

' : this board. In response to this notice, we, the board of county commissioners of Marion County: Gentlemen-I and that convicts as received shall be '

a number of citizens appeared before of Marion county do hereby offer as visited the poor farm the 3rd Inst., and equally divided between the crews and what want
the board. Architect MacKay, in response -' a reward the sum of one hundred dollars found things moving on very well as a aforesaid. It was further ordered that you

to a request made of him by the for the arrest with sufficient evidence whole. Cane is doing well. Prepara- Immediately after the repair of the

board, submitted two plans of enlargIng to convict any clan person or tions are being made for planting veg- Sharp's Ferry road they be transferredto at half price.McMillan
the court house practically persons, who may have or may here- etables. The enclosed timber land under the Anthony road.
amounting to the erection of a new after erpetrate such robbery as fence is being broken up at odd Bonds to carry firearms and licenses .

court house, which was considered by aforesaid in the limits of Marion county times preparatory for a crop of velvet ordered issued for the following per-

the citizens present. They made various to be paid such person or personsas beans. Sweet potatoes are good. Someof sons: A. B. Albritton Charles A. Savage -

: suggestions. A few favored an may secure the arrest and convIc- the old crop still on hand. Bacon on Willard Markham. M. M. Hough.

enlargement on some plan on the line tion of such felons: in a court of competent hand to last until time to begin slaugh- W. J. Lohrig R. W. Holliday, H. M. .THE BOSTON STORE.

Indicated by the plans submited as jurisdktion. tering hogs. Lard is out. A lesson on Sherouse, J. M. Williams, Robert Mun- .

: Aforesaid. Whereupon, after due conderation "2. We respectfully bring the fore- economy In handling lard is sometimes roe, Thos. E. Conway, Laurie T. Izlar.

it 'was ordered that the going preamble and resolution to the beneficial. Three grown hogs and one The pension claims of Ellen Johnson ___ _ ___ -_ _ _ -_ -

court house be enlarged on the line Indicated attention of the county commissioners calf died the past, month. There are and H. C. Gates were approved.

by the plans submitted by Ar- of the several counties of the state and six brood sows, seventeen good meat Application for permission to sell liquors PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34. I

.. chitect MacKay as soon as practicable, request them to join us in our effortsto hogs and forty head of pigs. Will I I wines and beer of T. Bishop andJ. -

end that a building tax of two mills stamp out this organized evil. I gather corn this week. Have housed L. Trotter having been presented to We are prepared to fur. T

per annum be levied for that purpose "3. That a copy of this preambleand several loads of hay. I recommend this board and being In proper form, OCALA nigh OCALA _

for two consecutive years. resolution be furnished the gov- selling four head of beef cattle, and notice as required by law was ordered ,

: Court House Improvement Postponed ernor of Florida, with a request that he that the ..matter be referred to CommIssIoner published and petitions laid over until: ICE & ICE & :
-: On motion it was further ordered offer a similar reward for each convic- Edwards. There are now next meeting of the board. ; :

that the adoption of plans and specifications tion as aforesaid, within the limits of eleven inmates of the poor farm, six Upon motion It was ordered that the PACIIHG PACKING' "

t for enlarging the court houseas the state." whites and five negroes. Mr. John- petition asking the board to grant Nan-
COMP HY, On short notice at any COMPANY ':
aforesaid be and the same is hereby Petition asking for public road as son and wife, who were admitted several cy Wright a road be refused., point city or state

postponed to some future meeting of follows, to extend the public road from months ago, were scarcely able to Petition asking for public road as
the board so as to give ample time ford Irvine to Southside, and on to the get in and out of the house. They are follows: Begin at the southeast cornerof
e and mature consideration of the Alachua county line on the best and now able to move around without the A. D. Mitchell's place at Summer- PHONE .34 WATCH"FOR THE BLUE VIAGON PHONE 34.

: same. most practicable route, was filed and aid of a cane. It Is refreshing to meet field and run south on the quarter section ,

: Mr. Henry Brass tendered his resIg- laid over until the next meeting of the such appreciative people as they are. line for three-fourths of a mile -- r ,'
nation as mark and brand inspector, board. Henry Lotz. who was discharged from where it intersects the old wire road I

: which was accepted and J. A. Ross ap Board thereupon adjourned until the city hospital of Ocala in July for again was filed and laid over until next I

pointed. Tuesday morning. want of funds to pay his expenses was meeting of the board.A Bros

The resignation of Mr. W. B. Tuton admitted to the poor farm. a month petition asking the county to

.t was tendered and """. S. Priest appointed Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1904. ago. He had paralysis. He is improving mark out open up and construct a '

:' in his stead as mark and brand Inspector Board met pursuant to adjournment.All and is in good spirits. Dan Dozier, public road thirty feet wide to be

: : members'present. colored who was admitted August 16, known as the Ocala and Leesburg road Southern Copper Works :

E Mr. W. A. Tongue tendered his,resIg- The following resolution was adopted was at that time helpless from the effects described as follows: Beginning at a
Manufacturers of
nation as mark and" brand inspector of I : of syphillitic rheumatism so point on the Ocal and Lake Weir Turpentine Stills

district No. 31, and J. \V. Smoak was "Whereas, the citizens of McIntosh much so as to require the hiring of a public road near the southeast cornerof

fr appointed in his stead. Evinston and vicinity have donated the nurse night and day for eight days to section 20, tp 16, s, r 23 e, thence and General Metal Workers. '

;d The road petition filed with the sum of $708 and have applied to this wait upon him, and keep his peison running in a southeasterly course to a :1

board at its last meeting asking the board of county commissioners to approprIate and bedding cleansed from filth. He point on north shore of Smith Lake in -' 1
p Ldftd to grant a public road from Gra- a like sum for the purpose of is improving but still bedridden. Wesley the ne!% of see 27. tp 16, s. r 23 e. .

hamville to Sharp's Ferry, leading building a hard road from Evinston to Johnson, colored, was admitted thence between Smith and Bower lakes Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching .

through sections 11 and 11 in tp 15, r Mclntosh, this application being in September 1. He has rheumatism but and the Atlantic Coast Line railroad through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

.<3, was granted by the board as a accord with the spirit of a resolution is not bedridden. He says he has beenin most direct practical route to a point at wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

neighborhood road only. adopted by this board at a meeting the state ten months and in the or near the ne cor of s's of mvi of se works
following -
The request of the clerk to be allowed held September 7, 1903. county three weeks; came from Atlanta. /4 of sec 31, tp 16, s, r 24, e, thence in

to exchange recording machine for "Therefore. be it resolved that this Ga.: that his father and motherare a straight line to western terminus of FAYETT tflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA. :

an Improved machine was granfcd. board hereby appropriates an equal dead, leaving some land to be dIvided Bay street Weir Park in sec 5, tp 17,

Mr. N. C. Deas tenderedhis resignation amount as paid by subscribers to con- between 'himself and three other s. r 24, e, thence n 57 deg, e aiong the JACKS. WILLE. FLA MOBILE, ALA

:i as ferryman at Stokes Ferry, struct the said road; that a committee i grown children. I learned from: the superintendent center of Bay street to a point 20 feetn

which was accepted to take effect up- consisting of W' E. Allen. ,Yo M. Gist, that he makes contradictory of the ne cor of lot 65, Weir Park in .. ---

on the qualification of his successor. I F. G. Sampson, to represent the citizens statements as to these lands. He sec 4, tp 17, s, r 24, thence on the e side T.W.SMITM&GO. .

"- At Mr. Deas' suggestion. :Mr. Andrew I and Commissioner Wartmann to is unable to work, and under the common of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad ,

ferryman represent the county in the construction acts of humanity, I recommendthat most direct and practical route through '
Mitchell appointed DAELERS IN
1> was ---- ---- .
of the said road. The citizens he remain until it can be ascertained Broadway and Palmetto streets East-
In his place. I
for road as must build the road. An accurate account whether or not he has relativesin lake to a point 20 feet west of Buffum
Petition asking public
follows: Beginning on the Ocala and must be kept of all amounts.expended Atlanta Ga., who are able to take store building in sec 21, tp 17, s, r 24, HARDWARE

Summerfleld public road at its inter- and report the same to the care of him. and in the event that he thence e on e side of A. C. L. R. R.,

section with south boundary line of board at which time the board will has, they should take care of him. In most direct and practical route to a AGENTS FOR THE "

.. weston pay a sum equal to one-half amount the event he has not then a ticket point on s&uth boundary of sec. 33. tp
sec 25. tp 16, s. r 22 e: run thence I
: south boundary line of sees 23; 26, expended; said amount not to exceed should be bought for him to Atlanta 17, s, r 24, e, where It is expected to Old Hickory" Wagon. '
the sum of $i08." and he sent there so as to place him connect with the Lake county public
27 28, 29 tp 16, s, r 22, e, to the Orange -
avenue or new cut road'at or near No Reduction in Tax Values where his citizenship exists to be car- road from Leesburg was filed and laid Let Us Furnish You Prices on Building Materials.

f 16 The board having heard all complaints ed for by the civil authorities there.I over until the next meeting of the
the s\v cor of said section 29, tp r Ocala Florida.
of parties displeased on account am concentrating my mind In systemizing board.
2:. e, was filed and laid over until next
\ of the valuations placed thereonby a plan upon which the poor The following persons were granted .
meeting of the board. '
; the board and the assessor at their farm can be operated a more licenses to sell liquor: John P. Gal-
. ,' &r. It. F. Rogers, superintendent asked the privilege of- meeting in August the following reso- economical and intensified upon system, and loway, agent, II. J. Precht, Bluthenthaland ..........................
Marion convict farm,
old Fort King lution was adopted: to .this end I respectfully request the Beckart, Carmichael and Son Co., .
of closing up the .
: "Whereas, the growing demand up- .entire board of county commissionersto Ocala; Hires and Hogan Chas. H. Hol- e We keep a full stock of .
road If the same was not considered a
declined on this board of county commissionersfor visit the poor farm with me duringits landsworth B. F. Lyons and S. V. e LOOK FOR .
public road. The request was
the improvement of the county next regular meeting to deliberateand Duke Dunnellon.Mr. old Joe'Old
and the board suggested to Mr. Rogers I S THE SEAL S I IS
property: has Increased to a very great take action in these premises. E. L. Carney, tax collector reported -
that he get a petition from the people .
c degree, and the seeming prosperity of Expenses for Month of August collection of $255.25 on accountof Velvet
the '
used ,
iivincMist of town who '
( ,
the county at large has greatly advanced Superintendent's salary, $35; Cody licenses and $115 on account of polls .
t. i this board to grant
petitioning this board has deemed it right Wells regular field hand, $12; extra regular and $7 extra polls. .

'.euch privilege. before and just that the valuations upon certain labor pulling fodder, etc., $8.50; nurse, Justices of the peace reported fines : Old McBrayer, .
and others appeared
,1fr. Tuiwr
r property In this county was entirely eight days' waiting on Dan Dozi.r. imposed in their courts as follows: J.
requesting IO
:,: the county, commissioners : too low, have raised the valuation :- i $5.25; for spaying hogs, $1; cook, one R. Wilder $3; R. S. Shortridge $31; Mark Rogers,

the board to carry out their promIse tot I about $300,000 throughout the month $7; washing ,and ironing one C. C. Priest, $38.38; J. M. Barksdale .." lu I I tltU ,, I

made some two months previous county. Having given due notice that, month $4.50; H. B. Masters, sundries, $100; R. Bullock, $30; W. W. Jackson, j Old Charter

macadam'ze the Camp Izzard named and Ocala, and we would patiently listen to protestsand $14.70; Rheinauer and Co., dry goods, $1; M. H. Rou. $350; Alex Wynne $10; i '. '/. '' '4,,,';::'! : ,
heretofore I
road a 'istance complaints upon these increased $5.82; Ocala Wagon Works, shoeing W. F. :McWhite $3; W. 0. Waid, $270;

t: whose action at the last meeting of the valuations. which we have done faithfully horse. $1.20; Tydings and Co.,, $8,55: E. S. Smith, $100; J. W. Coulter, $53. Mt. Vernon, .

board was rescinded. "Whereas the and after due consideration and Dr. Newsom two prescriptions, $2. To- The following justices reported no [

board at its last meeting rescinded Its just consideration of all the protests tal amount of expenses $105.5 I fines imposed in their courts: J. O. I. Cascade and :
action at a previous meeting filed. In my reference to economy as to !., Turnipseed, C. E. Veal H. W. Doug- u
a certain portion of the Camp "Therefore, be It resolved that we lard no reflections were intended upon lass, B. F. Bouchlllon, J. N. Shedd andP. ,

road to be hardened, and whereas cer-. respectfully decline to reduce the valu- Mrs. Priest as being extravagant. Sheis U. Milligan.Mr. Other High i
the board
UIivcitizens appeared before ations placed thereon by this board doing the best she can in that direc- T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer,
tod& and insisted that the board and assessor. I tion. With numerous cooks some- reported fines'disbursements and bal- I Grade Whiskies.

I .should harden said road on some route. .'Be.It further resolved that It Is the : times a new one each month, the Intricate ances as follows: .

; Therefore, be it resolved. 1st that the sense of this board that all manufacturing problem of seeing that enoughis Road Fund S eI

board refer the :whole matter to those enterprises that are located hereor cooked without waste, that enough'Is Bal last report.....$1231 05 Headquarters for
Interested, with the instruction that may hereafter locate within our ate without eating to gluttony, and Receipts.. .... ... 261 44 $1492 49 I

L when they shall have agreed upon some county, and as an Inducement for the that through some mysterious manner Disbursed.... ... .. 1492 12 : Anbeuser-Bush Beer,

'- route more practical. leaving out the same, be fostered and encouraged, we provisions do not take the wings of the Balance.. .. .. .. 37

:: angles In; the former route and present should be as liberal to all manufacturing morning, or more properly the wings of County Proper I Bottle and Draught.
cost of fencing i
the same, together with is vexed BaI.lastreport.$20166Beceipts.
: enterprises as we can consistentlybe the night, and fly away a

'; ,and right of way, this board will con-' until such manufacturing enterprises problem with which many ladies are .... .. .. .. 56 38 $ 258 04 I

; alder the same." become dividend paying properties.To grappling. Respectfully submitted, Disbursed. .. .. .. 257 38 Write for price list. Jar Trade a Specialty. WeS

Five Mills for School Purposes the manufacturers who have applied H. W. Long, Com. In Charge. Balance...- .. .. 66 want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

An engagement having been made to us for reduction we have given Warning to Promiscuous Shooters F. and F.

for a hearing with the board of public due consideration of the same and Upon motion the following resolutionwas Ballast report.$3341 36

instruction ,who were asking that the believe that no injustice has been done adopted: Receipts .. .... .... 105 91 $3447 27 J OC(0( }HOUSE WINE ROOMS,

l levpfor school tax be made 5 mills Instead -' them by the valuations placed there "Whereas complaint has been madeto DIsbursed.. .. .. .. 1008 55

of 4% mills, after consideration. this board that some parties In district Balance.F..,,..i...*... $2438 72T OCALA
on. -' I
I.. U was upon motion of CommissionerFort Complimenting Carney No. 4, have been shooting near .; ', :i' ILW."Long"Chairman.S. . :
of '
ordered that the former action 'Tax Collector E. L. Carney presented public gatherings, causing horses to .'T. SIstrunkTClerk. eHHH H_

the.board. In ordering a levy of 4 tf 'mlllk: a

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B In And About The Courvty. t'I EASTERN WAR\( GREAT WORLD'S FAIR


I Fighting Has Occurred Special Ceremonies Marked Th

.. m__ I Eeivy
Liao Yan Occasion..
at j.
gpttial Correspondence Ocala Banner. Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
Special Correspondence O-:ala Binner. Special Correspnnie ce.Ocala Banner.

: Corn harvesting is over and farmers' Mr. Tom Mitchell was quite ill last Our farmers are gathering their On the night of September 23rd Captain Yigml Inspiring His Mer! : Feature of the Day Wa Reproductionof

: are complaining a great deal owing to week but'is better now.Irs.Frank corn. The yield is fairly good. ; Leads Charge Against Riusian Re, Historic Ceremonk Which Attended .
there will be box
the shortage in corn crops this year.It :\ Barrett left Friday for, Mr. L. Edwards and wife were a supper doubts-One Company Lost All Officers Transfer of Louisiana T.f. 5

looks as though this is the year Jacksonville, where she will spend given at the school house at this
the guests of Mr. J. Mathews Wed- In First Clash. ritory to United State _
for our little burg ,to lead in onion some time with her' daughter, Mrs. nesday. place. Everybdoy is invited come. I
St. Louis Sept 15.-Elaborate u-
George Pope. Tokio, Sept. 14.Afternoon.Gener.I ,
onions is the
growing. Planting Miss Prof. Overhultz visited his familyat
Annie Mae Mathews is
quiteill. I al Nodzu reports that the heaviest I ercTses marKed the special celebrationof

topic of conversation of every- group The remains of Mrs. James Free- Keuka last Saturday and Sunday. II I fighting at Liao Yang occurred during the state of LouIsiana.. at the Louisiana -

-S : of farmers you meet in Gaiterville. man, who died at Lake Weir Monday Mr Jesse Smoak and sister, of Married, at the home of the bride I the, evening of Sept. 3. The twentieth Purchase exposition.The .

Farmers have begun their hog for was brought here for burial regiment, having previously lost I : festivities were inaugurated bya
Ocala, were the guests of their uncle, Mrs. T. W. Toraberlin to Mr. W. L. regimental and fOWl comprising several military
the peanut fields and from .4all Tuesday afternoon. successively two parade
: appearances
J. L. Smoak Sunday. Akin the of 7th. mounted staff of
on evening September battalion commanders sacrificIally assaulted organizations the

there will be plenty of'hog: The Belleviewiworkers held a supper There was a wedding in Mixson Both parties are well known here and dislodged the Russians Governor Blanchard of Louisiana, the

: and hominJ.another.year, I I andlice cream sale in the] town Bros'., store Wednesday. The contracting and have been residents of this place from their redoubts at Yusfangmiao. directors of the expositIon President

: We are glad 'to say Mrs. C. M. I hall Tuesday ning,the proceeds to Samuel j i There were no Japanese officers above Francis: of the exposition, Governor
I parties were Green
for the Rev.Z. A. .
Whilton, who has been quite sick the J j: be used for the purchase of new and Woods colored I past year. Crump the rank of captain. Blanchard, and Governor Warfield, of ":
I Judy both quite ton performed the ceremony. We Captain Yigrai, commanding the reg, Maryland, all mounted The route of .
past week, is improving. We hopeto silver .for] the use of the society. I
; old and both marrying for the fifth extend best wishes. In order for the iment, led the charge and Inspired blj I the parade traversed the principalPRESIDENT

see her out again soon. AmongJthelSnmmertield people who time. Notary J. K. Mixson officiatedin I I couple to remember the occasion men. The reserves unhesitatingly

Mr. G. A. Petteway, the naval attended were Mr. and Mrs. Joe: this "high social affair." filled the gaps in the assaulting line .e
:- crowd of :
more readily, quite a young J I
stores man of north Gaiterville, is Davis and daughter and Miss [Kate BLUE BIRD. j I The men, unmindful of wire entanglements
people gave them quite a "chivirie"on and other cbstructons, rushed
Mitchell.Mr. :
attending the meeting of the naval
Thursday night and believing they,:'! up to the Russian works, shouting
stores operator association in Jacksonville Tom Hampton, the representative LIFE AT IRVINE. "
"Bangai! One battalion lost all Its
would such j
appreciate an event, we ;
i this week. of the National Biscuit Co., was : officers the first clash and a private
called again on Saturday night with
Mrs. G. A. Pettaway is visiting her in town Thursday interviewing the Specia1 Correspondence Ocal Banner subsequently commanded it One company

: parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hane, of merchants. Mr. Thigpen, our valuable section music, and singing accompanied by a was reduced to 14 or 15 menThe ,.j.
bevy of young ladies. After music regiment's losses were frcm 1,200(
Blichton. Mr.JGeorge Byrnes of the Florida foreman, has a vacation day. No
and songs the bridegroom appeared, to 1,300'men..
2 Mr. J. F. Hall, of Ocala, was in Hardware Co.. was in town on busi- men came in this morning.Mr. In spite of the fatigue on Sept. 4, f :
lights were brought fourth and we '
uaitervuie Friday loosing after his nessWednesday. L. K. Edwards is gathering his the advance the Japan se continued
were ushered into the dining room, the pursuIt of the Russians. but the
interefcts Miss Belle beef cattle.
here. : Strobel is visiting her I
I where a bountiful feast awaited us. lack of bridges forced them to tempo. ;
Mr. J. W. Morrison, of Calvary, sister, Mrs. Jim Goin at Shady. Mrs. W. D. Alfred will leave in a I'1
After spending a pleasant evening, ata rarily remain south of the Taltse river "
; was in Gaiterville Friday visiting his JOSH. few days to visit the fair and stop
late hour we bade them good night. Stoessel Dispatches to Emperor.St. l
old home. over in Ohio to see her father.
Jacksonville's Gala Week. r Eloped and married on last Monday Petersburg, Sept. 15.-The empe.
: Mr. A. W. Brass, of Holder, was a Mr. Charlie Pine has severed his .
Special Correspondence Ocala I Miss Bertha Campbell and Mr. ror has received the following dispatch
visitor to Gaiterville Sunday. Banner. connection with the crate mill here from General Stoessel, commander of
The:indications 3Iadrid. The bride is a daughter of
Mr.FrankRoss, jr., made a business are that the trades I and has gone to Sampson City to the Russian military forces at Port : FRANCIS.
I carnival this=j'ear in Jacksonville will Mr. Campbell, of Fantville, and the Arthur, dated August 25: avenues of the exposition, ending rt
: trip to Dunnellon Saturday. work in the mill there. the Louisiana State pavilion where I
bejbigger and better than that groom is a stranger to the writer. It "I am happy to report to your majesty
Mrs.;,R. Redding, of Shady, is visiting last Mrs. J. A. Mclver, who has been formal welcome was extended by Pres.
year. seems that they had trouble in getting that at 3 o'clock on the morning
:. relatives and friends in Gaiter- spending some time with her sister, i. of Aug. 27, during a violent rain and I Ident Francis.
This is saying a great deal. some official or minister to The feature of the the .
The per- day was reproduction
vile this week. .
Mrs. J. L. Davis, left for her home af thunder storm, the aJpanese again attempted

: Hello? We note the Gaiterville gentlemen who comprise the carnivalcommittee Blitchton Saturday.Mrs. form the ceremony as the wedding to capture our left flank positions of the historic ceremonies

.. I this ;year have the experi- occurred at a late hour. ..near No. 1 fort, and Udan which attended the transfer of the
correspondent of the .
Star Clara
Weekly Gibson is spending a few Louisiana Purchase territory to the
ence of last to Rev. W. 0. Williams, of Her&t mountain. Their attack was everywhere
announced in last week's issue the year go on, and i days with her sister, Mrs. Geo.Blitch. repulsed. Our losses government of the United States. GoT
: equipped with this asset they I Fla., preached at this place Sundayand were ernor Blanchard then Introduced ':
ringing of wedding bells in Gaiter- propose Mazie dogs are raiding the woods, small-three men killed and two officers ,

ville. This is one on Uncle Joe, is it? :: to astonish the people of Florida killing goats, sheep and stock cattlein Monday night.Mr. and 98 men wounded. The wound. and made an appropriate speech.

This is news to him. Still, it seems during the week beginning Oct. 24th ''I this neighborhood. We want our E. Price, of Williston, visited ed were brought in and are being carefully Omer Short speeches of were also made by .
Vfflere. New
and endingOct. 29th. I his daughter, Mrs. Sandifer last attended. A number of Japanese Orleans representIng *
he hears a faint sound, but knowethrot next law makers "-
I that go to Tallahassee corpses would have been pickedup the French resident of thtLouisiana

from whither; it cometh, ha, ha. The north and west have been ran- to pass a law to put a tax of say week. _ by us, but the enemy prevented us purchase; former Ueutf1antGovernor

S' a ReV W. 0. Williams closed his I sacked for attractions, and right now, | 1 per head on all the dogs in the Big Land Deal at Fort McCoy. from doing so by opening fire on those Albert Estopipel, representing
two of the committee are in attendants who had the Spanish element
meeting Sunday and left Chicago i been sent out
for Blich- which will do
county, away with sot Secial Correspondence Ocala Banner:
in under the Red Among the entertainment features,
conference with J Cross flag.
11 ton, where he expects to hold a some of the biggest many starved and worthless? dogs and : Deeds have been executed here for Another dispatch from General StoI provided in honor of visitors from the ,

7 meeting.Rev. showmen in the country, negotiating I j i bring in a revenue for good roads or the largest land deal ever consum- I I I I essel to the emperor, dated Sept. 28, southern states, was a display of fireworks

W. A. Weir-filled his regular for a Pike that will be the tak of school I i lays: which Included eleven set
f 1 purposes. mated in this section, when F. D.
appointment here Florida all this winter. I "On the night of Sept. 1, the pieces, descriptive of scenes in tfc
Sunday, preaching Dr. J. L. Davis and wife will leave I Lang and son transferred 15,000 I enemy
S a interesting and Invitations have been sent to the !I acres attacked VIsokava and Dlinnaya moun. early history of the state.
very instructive
ser ambassadors of Great Britian.France j i in a few'days for Anderson and other of turpentine and timber lands to talus and neighboring fortifications, MAJOR RYALS

mon. points in South Carolina.Mr. Hodges and O'Hara. The consideration opening simultaneously an artilleryfire DEAD. ,. ,

Rev. J. A. Hendry, of Ocala, is expected Germany and Cuba, to send war J. A. Cave has returned from between on the forts and mountains. The
was and
60,000 Prominent
vessels' 62000. I Savannah Citizen Dies After
to preach at Cedar Grove next 'during that period, and as- leading file of the enemy, with the
an visit to
I Georgia, North This property has cost the original Operation.
Sunday. We hope all ,that can will surances have been.already received 1 I and South Carolina. He is harvest owners Japanese columns following them Savannah, Ga, Sept. 15.-MaJor Oar
probably $20,000, but the con- were discovered in good time and
from the United our
be States and the J land M. .
r Brit- Ryals died
present. Tuesday at the
ing his crop of hay and is having fine tinual growth in value of such. batterie sopened on them. The lead.
ish property
It governments that each of them Savannah hospital, where he was
seems that there is tug files operated )
some great weather. Mr. Cave fortunately encountered
will some
move soon has enabled them to close out at
attraction in Gaiterville center for a will send a war vessel, and it is very I from the Irvine cottage and automatic mines and many of the enemy I his upon Saturday for gangrene,
occupyDr. big profit. right leg being taken oft
certain fellow here of late. Wonder likely that the other countries will were blow ninto the air. The attack '
Lewis' place another year. Capt Lang with his Mayor Ryals was one of the most
what it is? follow suit. family, will was repulsed in an hour. Our
R. move to Ocala, where he losses were inconsiderable; one ocffier in Georgia. Hi
\ valu-
: Wm. Negotiations owns
Potter, of Altowas seen are now pending with -.....- -. and seven men wounded. was a pionetf in the truck growing
in uaitervuie sunaay. Come again the war department to have a troop or. Berry Dead. a uie property. The new owners nave industry having extensive lands neat

Mr. P. Your presence is always from the famous seventh cavalry to Dr. N. B. Berry, proprietor of the taken ,charge, and employed Julius Russian Losses.St. this city under cultivation. He alsO

welcome. Uncle Joe. come to Jacksonville and give City Drug Store at Dunnellon, died Marsh, of Daisy, as superintendentfor Petersburg, Sept. 15.-General had a large plantation and peach farm
daily Kurepatkin estimates the Russian log's in worth county, this state. HU
the prom
Before Day Clubs. exhibitions yesterday afternoon in that present.
of their city. His
wonderful horse- es from Aug. 28 to Sept. 5 at 4,000 incnce in agriculture had won him as
To toe Editor of the ocata Banner; manship. This feature was the most remains were taken to Lakeland, his Lang and son have by their straight- killed and 12,000 wounded. appointment 12 years ago on the stati

It seems that these negro clubs are attractive in last 'ear's carnival and fornier home, for interment.Dr. forward manner of doing business experiment board and his reappoint
all 4;>\"erIarion county. The white the news that this famous Berry has only been a residentof endeared themselves to the people of Che Japs Foo Violate. Red Cross. ment for all successive terms. la
cavalrywill Sept. 14.-I
com 1890 he
,; men should be on the alert. It is a return, will be hailed with this section for about six months, this place, and will be greatly missed. municatlon has been received by the I Major served Ryals in the legislature.

certain fact that one is at Citra, pleasure by all those who went to see but in that time has made many This sale makes Messrs. Hodgesand Russian consul here from General Ba- land county, Virginia was ,born and it in was Cumber from

where they are called to assemble friends who will be O'Hara by far the lashoff, chief of the Red Cross at Port
by them, and were held spellbound with sorry! to learn of largest timber that state at the outbreak of the civil
ringing a church bell and his death. and requesting that it be made pub war that he
passes their thrilling equstrianism. turpentine operators in this partof I I lie. The general charges the entered the confederajl:

under the name of a church gather- The business men of Jacksonvilleare : He was a member of the Dunnel- the state. It is already rumored with gross violation of the Japanese Red service.

-. :, ing. Another is at Sparr, where they co-operating with the carnival i Ion Camp W. 0. W. and his inter- that they contemplate building a rail- Cross. He says on Japanese dead STRANGE DEATH.
I are called together by shooting a gun committee in a most ment was under the auspices of that road from Ocala to Palatka to trans- I have been found notes, written In Russian -

I several times and inquirers are informed encouragingway. I order. port their products. requesting that their bodies be Boy Smothered In Pi ': of Lint Cotton
4 Already 6OOO worth of tickets _ buried but when Russian
:burial Was
that it is a "political meet- W. A. Stevens shot and parties Standing on His Head.
have been purchased and Beautiful Women. killed a attempted to ful Jhese Raleigh N. C.
1 will be sent i requests, Sept -Bryant Fa*
ing. Another is at Greenwood. to their friends in the state. Plump cheeks, flushed with the so"'ft very large alligator near his father's they were fired on. Such instances, tin, the 6-year-old son of Frank Pap
: ONE WHO Kxows. I I glow of health and a house a a few General Balashoff adds tin
Special rates will pure complexion, days; ago. When he was are numerous was smothered to death wnill

undoubtedly be I I makes all women beautiful. Take cut open there was found in him three end the Russians are now afraid to playing in a pile of lint cotton la front
"One Hur.dred and Costs." given by thejrailroads, who are cooperating I a small dose of Herbine after each small hogs. trust to the Red Cross flag. He says of his father's home, near Raleigh.

Sam McGill and Peter Jackson, heartily with the moemente ; meal; it will prevent consumption and the Japanese also protect movementsof The boy playfully dug a bole in the

two backers of the Belleview colored help digest what you have eaten. 50c. Mrs. A. W. Hinson, an old residentof their. troops by the unlawful use of cotton and jumped In. He bad not

.... Mrs. Wm.1.. this place, died last the Red Cross fiae. The RussfllnA been
baseball : Stout, Midlothian. Sunday. Her I II Sit. missed at tha house aA M. ACA
U aggregation that .t'or a week of -------- .
played; the enjoyment there is Che Foo -- -- ---
Ocala colored nine nothing that Texas, writes, May 31, 1901: "We remains were carried to Citra for are endeavoring to purchase body was found by his little sister wiw
arrested on Tuesday, were promises more than the I have used Herbine in our family for interment. a wireless outfit at Manila, presuma was digging into the lose eotton.

by Deputy Hutson on a Jacksonville carnival from Oct. 24th eight years, and found it the best bly to replace the one here, which has The child was found
charge of carrying concealed to medicine I Caterpillars have cut the cotton been useless for some time. head standing on hit
29th, andJFloridiaus will find it to we ever used for constipa- In the center of the pile of cot
weapons. Justice Waid on WednesdaY tation, bilious crop short. ton.
their interest to go to Jacksonvilleon fever and malaria." I
sentenced these young sports to Sold Farmers still DECLARED SOVEREIGNTY.
by Anti-MonopolyDrug Store. I are cutting hay.
that m I .
pay one hundred dollars and costs or -- ., Flied Petition in BanRruptcy.

do time on our hard roads for ninety This carnival movement has been Another Camping Party at"Lake Weir "Your Mother." Japs Tako Possession of West Coastof Chicago Sept 15.-Creditors of Hen

days. At last accounts they had inaugurated by the The Kamtchatka. ry B. Smith, a flour exporter and memo
newspapers of popularity of Lake Weir We have just received
as a one of the Petropavlovsk her of
good prospects of taking the last Jacksonville I, Kamtchatka, SePt. the board of trade, cave filed
named dose as a reminder that they Time-Union, the summer resort] keeps up and as longas most beautiful home songs that has 13-Delayed.-In the middle of June a petition In bnafcruptcy against him

should not have dangerous weapons Metropolis,and the Industrial Record. the weather is warm Ocala people of late come to this office. It is call I I UeutenanfcGtaneral GundusI, of the Jap. In the United State district court g

t concealed on their persons in times, The officers are, Pres. W. R. Car- will continue to enjoy the waters of ed "Your Mother," written by J. T. anase navy, with 150 naval reserve cover losses which thu far aggregate

of ace. ter, of the Metropolis, Treas this pretty lake. men, landed on the west coast $30,000. Mr. Smith has not been
; GeorgeW. I Rider. This is a song that of Kamtchatka at t
everybody his
Has Sold a Pile of ; Wilson of the plundered villages, ex. office since hat Friday. Alto
Chamberlain's Times-Union
... Sec. Saturday afternoon quite a party I ought to buy and everybody ought to polled inhabitants and issued proclama nays who filed the proceedings In bank.
Couch Remed,. J. A. Hollomon of the went down and tions
Industrial will declaring the
'. spend a few days sing. sovereignty of Ja niptcy, have been unable to locate
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough L LS Record. camping on the north side of the lake. CHORUS. pan.over the Kamtchatka peninsula. assets, with the exception of Me

Remedy for more than twenty years I The Tribune's In the party were the following: I Why, your mother,your,own mother, A"sailing vessel with 100 Russian: Smith's membership certificate on th
and it has Growing reserve board
Subscribtion men and
given entire of
satisfaction. a trade
I detachment which
Such affection t of is
Mr. and Mrs. H. could come from 100( valued at
I have sold : Roberts, Mr. no : militiamen about
a pile or it and can re List. other I was sent from Petropav. $3,200. Chwles Erby tat been
. commend it highly.- JOSEPH and Mrs. Will Moore and children I lovak to the west appointed
MeELHINEY receiver.Charged
The to .
]In sunshine eject
. : Tampa Tribune asks a questionof or rain, pleasure or pain the
Linton, Iowa. You will L Misses Annie and Abbie McCarthy, The one loved Japanese. The Russians defeated the
nominee you best
find this Holloway "in the name of I was your latter and captured with Murder.
remedy their
a good friend when L the Misses Hodge,the Misses McConn mother. leader. Vsidot
the six hundred thousand The Russian Ga, Sept
troubled_ with force lost lS.-W1
a cough or cold. It people of one Wiled
always affords quick relief and is: Florida"-but dosen't say they are all Ernest Hodge. Readers of this paper, by sending25c. and four men woun 6d. The JapaneM D.kie, alias John Bell, wfe ft 1I '
lost I>>ritd. is
killed. wanted
to the la
; pleasant to take. For sale by All I subscribers it has.-St.Petersburg i Theatrical Music SupplyCo. The tor, the Ezanmel county
RuMiaa nmrfler
LE11ONETADTAR 44 West aaraJ detachment at tftctiur ,
,Druggist. m Times. street, New York, burned five later .MB* **a Dwfr. aepo
JapaaeM h
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Circles. -

1 '".1 WUl1t la lpike bU or drove mimou'i two a ere; HELD PRISONER BY I Invention THE WORK That Have'WorUed OF NOVICES.: "'ODdue 'I DOWN MOUNTAINS TO ,

M many -
t: TUno to make In Glcuimaking.: '

i peon dear mamma sighCleveland. MEXICAHRIGANDSRemarkable In 1S27 a carpenter of Sandwich. COAST FLAMES SPED >

t Leader Mass.. wanting a piece of glass of a ._ .

g r particular size and shape, conceivedthe I.

r RtVOLUTiON IMMINENT.utlon idea that the molten metal could be [ ;
Story Told by a I
pressed Into any form, much the same

U Critical on the Isthmus d Banker of New Mexico.HE as lead might be, writes William It disagree

PlMma.'t I Stewart In the Cosmopolitan. Up to I

Panama Sept. 12.A that time all glassware had been
crisis la at HELD FOR A RANSOM
land la the affairs of Panama The I I blown either offhand or In a mold- and : fashioned

tat important question affecting the Banker Hiland Has Returned I considerable skill was required and ,
to Por. In I
the The
process was glass manufacturers
of the republic will be
Ui tales, N. M., and Relates Experiences laughed at the carpenter, bread.
durtnf the next
two weeks Pub- but he went ahead and built a press,
He feeUne has been that Are Truly ThrillingHeTells
aroused to few and now the United States is the

jtdi. It baa now cooled down par of His Escape. greatest pressed glassware country in ,

holly but It la eagerly awaiting the the world..

outcome of the negotiations between Ft. Worth Tex., Sept. 12.-A dis In 1SOO a novice In the plate glass Industry

Joha BarreO, mlnUter of ,the United patch from Roswell, N. M., to The Henry Fleckner of Plttsburg,

States, and Don Tomas Arias, the Pen. Record, says: whose only knowledge of glass had

fit of Panama that they were open Woolly and unkempt, Banker Hiland been acquired la a window glass factory ;

ana *crv
For a time so excited were the M. last evening and reports one 01! most Important single Improvementever I
pea : the most introduced In plate glass manu- I
remarkable stories
for a ever II
return to the Jurisdiction of Co I f
facture. In three hours the lehr the I
lombia.TB heard in New Mexico, or the entire by it I
same work is done which under the old
west. The :
Issue story that he had been in
under discussion Is the vi
kiln system required three days.
tal held by brigands! in the state of Sonora of
one control of
the ports or har About the same year Philip Argobastof
hers at the two ends of Mex., has appeared In all the pa
the canal. Pan. nttsburg. also a novice In glass-
aaa claims that, according to article pers of the country and he now returns making invented a process by which

1 of the treaty, they are hers and must to verify the story. bottles and Jars may be made entirelyby

M under her Jurisdiction and sovtreUnty He Is most pitiful looking object machinery, the costly blow oven

In order to protect her reven- and has lost 50 pounds In flesh. He process being avoided and the expense ;

tits and foreign trade. The commls- Is known as a conservative businessman of bottle making reduced one-half.

stun insist that and not many doubted the story to
article 2 has no such
that he had alien into the hands of PRESENCE OF MIND
moaning and that it will be Impossiblefor
brigands who demanded ransom from
the United States to construct and
his wife at Portale sN. 1He was The War Two Englishmen Captured
control the canal unless It has absolute Four Hundred .Prisoner.
forced by the bandits to write his wife
authority over the two entrances.Aa Toward the close of the peninsularwar
and to sign the name of George Reese
preliminary steps for an under. aid 400 prisoners were captured by 1
I to misspell his name. He made
trading the American minister, bytheUexerctse John Colborne! afterward Field Mar-
I this statement regarding the : t 1 '
matter shal Lord SeatonColborne who \ i. '
of tact and consideration was ,
for the interests of Panama has "I was captured Aug. 6 by four men wounded at Talav era, had been disabled -

and they robbed me of everything I for time but in 1813 he \ '
tinted! the confidence of &e Panama some \
government and people. The distrust had. I think it was in the state o! was In active service again, and when :

Sonora, Mexico. They immediately Wellington's army crossed the frontier
and bitterness toward the United
carried me to the mountains, and I Into Trance he performed what was In-
States crew out of the autocratic
was made to walk by day and was fed deed the most amazing feat of his ca
methods and acts of the commission.Mr .
very little. On pain of Instant death 1
Barrett undoubtedly prevented an reer.When riding, with no comrade but t
they made me write a letter to my
armed clash between the Panama and wife demanding ransom and com the famous Sir Henry Smith separatedfrom

tone port and police officials that his column, he saw 400 French T
pelled me to sign the name of George
would have created a sensation In the soldiers passing along a ravine below
Reese and made me misspell the name.I .
United States and awakened intense him. "The only way was to put a
think that this was: near the town
feeds! in Panama against the Amen good face on the matter," he wrote. ,
of Oputa. The letter mailed from
Ciao "So I went up to them, desiring them

that point. surrender.. The officer, thinking, of -

AT ROSEMOUNT. "They changed positions every daY course, the column was behind me, surrendered : V ..
and marched me through the mountains his sword saying theatrically. -..- il

until the night of Aug. 30, when 'Je vous rends cette epee qui a blen
Airthocftatlvt Statement Is Issued
by I made my escape.: The night of my fait son devoir.' (I surrender this

Parfoer'a Private Secretary. escape I secured a sharp rock and sword which baa done its duty' well.)
FAopus. N. Y.. Sept. 12.-The follow. The 400 followed his sir
cut the ropes that bound me, and-left be .1
tAr authoritative statement was Is- while they slept. Henry Smith used_to, declare that he .
wed at fUxemount today by Arthur four had never seen such cool presence of .
"For days I wandered throughthe
McCaujiJand.: Judge Parker's private.ecnt&rf mind as Colborne displayed. on. this oc- 1
mountains! in search of a road, i
6 H said casion. _______
: - e
The atorifu to the effect that Judge and lived on berries seeds rabbits -a : ; i
and young birds and finally reached a j
Parker U to go to New York to taka ANCIENT MIRRORS, n
railroad at a distance of 60 miles from I
personal charge of the canvass or tosaint the
where I started."I The Old Egyptian Made Theirs of
the committee In its conduct or : '
beat my way on a lumber trainto Highly Polished Metal. j
that he 1s dtsiatUHed with the work
Douglas. Ariz., and then went to Wilkinson shows that we are indebted return
1e [ of either the national or state com
El Paso, where I borrowed money on for our mirrors to the ancient in I
talttte are uttrue. He is gralfied At first madeof
which to come to Portales. Egyptians. they were
with.the efforts of both committees. metal, so well compounded and pol- of

He R-lfeve the members of all 01 ished that some recently dug up from who

them are working intelligently, har LOUISIANA DAY AT FAIR. Thebes have regained a wonderful luster : \ .

. ,.tkntly: and effectively, and that after burial for thousands of years. I j

they are wise in not telling about It. I Governor Blanchard and Staff Leave Oval In shape they were fastened to ii't.

: The Judge has thought; 'Of going to New Orleans to Attend. carved wooden handles. Referencesare a I

Nf. York for a day or two after the I New Orleans, Sept. 12.-Accompanied made to such looking glasses in j rc I
Exodus and Job. The Greeks and Romans !
t puWJcaUon of his letter of acceptance by nearly 50 members of hU
made similar mirrors of silver. E
I but M may not even do that." staff in uniforms brilliant with gold
Pliny says that the earliest, glass ,
braid Governor W. C. Blanchatd and e
mirrors were made'of black volcanic
TWO KILLED ON SOUTHERN. party left today on a special train for glass. Through the middle ages glass t .. y

St. Louis to participate in the ceremonies backed with thin metallic sheets came ..'!II"oo-.. w'..

[ Freight Locomotive Jumped Track and of Louisiana day at the world's Into use, and "bullseyes," or glass

Turned Completely Over. fair.The globes into: which while hot a metallic

Birmingham. Ala.. Sept. 12.-Two day is Sept. 14, the anniversaryof mixture was blown for backing.At .

|ceo were killed and another serious the battle here in 1874 betweenthe Murano, near Venice, In.the thirteenth ,

r jlj Injured In a freight wreck on thaSouthern White League and the forces of century, the republic protectedthe

] between Dogwood and WilI the Republican government in which trade and jealously guarded Its secrets -
lucrative for .-
securing a business
I Urn and the Birmingham and Selma many lives were lost.
a century and a half. Mirrors were
; JvUIoa Friday.Tb t The ceremonlas at St. Louis will include ,
I then made from cylinders ot glass flat
dead: a replica of the transfer of the !
tened stone beveled
on carefully polished
W. II. Cm'1. engineer Louisiana! territory from France to the I at the edges and silvered by an

win Irey nl'*ro brakeman. United States government in the .Cabildo. I amalgam.

Dangerously Injured: A colonial ball Is to follow at I j

N. L. Snow white fireman. night. Rained Ills Stomach Far Science. Materials.

While detail of the wreck are mean The Washington artillery accompanied One of the most singular things
about the great nervous specialist Dr.
r. it seems that the train was runt Governor Blanchard today as escort
Brown-Se+tuard, was the way in whichhe
Ina&at JO miles an hour when the and the governor's Immediate
I saved his nerves for science. but in-
line Jumped the track and struck party Included Mrs Blanchard and a
,I jured his stomach for the same cause.
completely over, number of friends
a crosstles, turning
Throughout his life he was opposed to
|ruhlng the engineer beneath it. the use of tobacco. "I never smoke,"

Several other employes of the road I Calling the Doctor. he once said. "because I have seen the I

_jar* said to have been bruised, but I I It Is a popular delusion attend to that doctors and most evident proofs of the Injurious I i : I
compelled any
(not seriously hurt.INSECTS are effects of tobacco on the nervous sys-i we get
c 1 I every call made upon them. Nothingof tem. But his desire to Investigate the : i
aft well let
HURT COTTON. the kind; but medical men very contents of _his own stomach by swallowing -

I I rarely refuse, although In many cases sponges to which a thread,was m strength d

_-,[Farmers Near Columbus Complain of I I the chance of receiving a fee Is remote. tied .and pulling them up to examinethe i of giv

Inroaods of Pests. Street accidents or people suddenly gastric juice which they had ab, e
taken ill (sometimes a malingerer) will r ( todimt
Columbus OLe Sept 12.-If the cotton sorbed brought on a rare affection

yield In this section of Georgia .I make a kind hearted onlooker run to known as meryclsm or rumination, [ careful In
I nearest doctor for assistance, quite
land Alabama 11 not cut off quite con the for which compelled him to masticate his to get I
oblivious as to who Is responsible
be the fault of va-1 food a second time.
won't :
Jderablf It i't payment As a matter of fact the I choice.

r elena and divers industrious InsecU i, one ""who,cls! the doctor Is liable.-Lon1 i iI Colored Clothe aad Health. be and II
farmers are
; 144 worms. Every day :
don TIt B1ts.
The health value of colored clothesis :
; ._ the city from nearby points In the etoraarb '
Board of Naval Otncers. Infinitely superior to that of sable :
of cotton
f- two states bringing samples ( on
Washington, Sept 12.-A propositioi fabrics. You will, find more microbesto I your

i teed by flies, bugs, sharpshooters. Is now.before Secretary Morton providIng the square Inch on dark than on in your a
!*ad+ caterpillars. :j light garments. Black arrests the :
of board oi
for the appointment
The ravages of the caterpillars are health giving rays of the sun. It Is I I
naval officers to Inspect the merchant '
i farms below thatfty
lined to a few strange that Mme. la Mode should turn
of this country and report to
complaint marine .
The moat common out to be only the high priestess of :
from s kind of fly which stings the the government the repairs necessary health in disguise and that the microbes .

U* bofls, with the result bat they to convert each sbip into a man oj of MayfaIr and the bacilli of Bel- I

g ktu and die, the decay spreading war in the event of a national %emer- gravia should be more afraid of a but- : ;;:J untj

rom ooe, small spot A T. Slaughter, gency. It Is desired that this Information terfly of fashion than of a sable coated

Harris county brought to town cot : shall be on file at the navy de. doctor of medlcine.-Chlc.

plants from hU country Infested partment. This Is the practice in for. I I Vice Ira

manner. Joseph C. Hous- eignnavies.. The Way of SerramU. I I
the same
Subbubs-I see Cashman has announced
Station Ala., brought
of Smith's Bank
were In. Vessels Arrive at Seattle With Goiter! himself as a candidate for
bolls which be
Cargoes From Alaska. governor. Clttman-Yes; he declares It
fed with sharpshooters. Seattle, Wash.. Sept. 12.-One hundred Is his "great ambition to be the serve
ant of the people." Subbubs Servant
and fifty passengers, including
ArtUt1 .. ? What! Doesn't he mean to keep

IH that those New York society heavy operators from every Important the place If he gets itT-Phlladdphla :I
r oil district through the County.
omen have discovered a method ofF mining and Ledger.

ling their blushes." north Klondike and treasure valued : 850,000 00

"wet bUr at 5500,000 came on the steamers Whist. .. 2'J(100)

"17: paint them over.-ClevelanJ Dolphin and Cittage City, which arrived She-Do yon really enjoy whist Mr. bank In the

in Dealer. from southern Alaska. Finesse He-Do I enjoy It? Not at !,

The Cittage City brought a gold all madam r not at alL I play a distinctly inM

Let those who complain of baying' to Bhlpment of $!25.000, and the Dolphin scientific. game.-Boston Tran- '
or" undrttt to do nothIng. If thisIpt jcrlpt \ &%bti
wllL brought

convert them nothing t \ -

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ARMY MANEUVERS. ,. '. .'. .- ._ \1/; ,
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Review at Wellington Witnessed D) P52

: TITANIC STRUGGLE Corps Many-Soldiers Headquarters Used, Gainesville Up. I' LA 0 ijard Man To Beat.

Va., Sept. 1:.-Half of the militiamen I' scRarU I!
who participated in the four days of! !

maneuvering were too badly used up= I I I I

Orand'As ault on Port Arthur to participate in the review at \Villington I ,
I When a child I had a very severe at- 11I
The review closed the annual I
today. .
Fortress Planned. tick of Diphtheria, which came near proving .;
army maneuvers for the Atlantic fatal. Upon recovery the glands of the .
division, the reviewing oi!:cer being neck were very much enlarged and after I
"AY'OCCUR ON TUESDAY, 13TH Lieutenant General Adjutant Chaffea, the free use of iodine, the right one was :- < j
reduced to its normal size but the left :
of the general staff. General Chaffee,
Wornout Garrison Is Also Making one continued to grow-very slowly at -
accompanied by Inspector; General Bur. first, until it was about the size of a goose ..
}. Ready to Resist Vigorously When ton, arrived at corps headquartersfrom egg, which began to press on the windpipe Ii

Japs Hurl Themselves Upon tht Washington at 11 o'clock. The I I causing difficult breathing and became ,: .' i!
start was mate for the review d 11:30. I very painful. An incision was made .
r Fortress Again-Eastern War News, and a large quantity of pus discharged.The -
The review was witnessed by the
gland was removed or as as
Che Foo, Se t. 10.-Noon.-Japanese largest number of people which has could with safety be taken out. For ten .
who left Dalny yesterday say that thi been attracted to the maneuvers'zone. years I wore little piece of cloth about an .
inch long in my neck to keep the place f P'V I 1 r.
grand assault on Port Arthur; which Extra: and special trains were
I open. During this time I had to have it ..
it was reported had been planned by run from Washington and south over cut open by the doctor every time I took -t

.4 the Japanese for today, was postponed the Southern railway.Immediately cold or the opening clogged. In the Springor \.
until Tuesday next, Sept. 13, and that after the review the early Summer of ISS4 I.was persuadedby .
.. a still further my wife to use S. S. S., which I did, ;
postponement is'pogsi.
trains at r
were supplied Wellington strictly in accordance with directions. I .
ble, as the Japanese intend to .make i ind about 8,000 militiamen from the took twenty-six large bottles, and was en- "'

every possible preparation before eastern states Including the Maine I tirely cured, for I have not suffered since .::. I

Again hurling themselves upon the and Massachusetts regiments, were entrained that time. B. RAGtANi. -
Royal Bag Mfg. Co., Charleston S. C. ,
wornout garrison. A Chinaman, who and started on- their homeward

left Port Arthur on the evening journey.

Sept. 5, confirms the reports of heavy After four days of actual campaign. Only a constitutional remedy can reachan
hereditary disease like Scrofula. Wher ,
firing from Aug. 27 to Aug. 31, when ing, marching along dusty roads, sleeping the blood is restored to a normal conditionand
he and many others worked night and in the field, fording streams and the scrofulous deposits are carried off

day burying the dead, which includes fighting the enemy, the ranks of tile there is a gradual return to health. S.S.S.is ,
Chinese Russians and Japanese indis regulars and militiamen both Blue and well known as a

criminately. He says that during this Brown looked decidedly like veterans. blood. purifier It is andtonic. the {'OfY-'

fight four forts in the vicinity of Rib- There was nothing like mutiny or dissatisfaction only guaranteed, l --- I S'lr'
,. .
lungshan were captured. The Rus- among thQ men who were S S S strictly vegetableremedysold.Ifyou I '. '

scans signalled the garrison of these!! excused from the parade. In some ..- .
forts to retire, whereupon the Japanese cases whole regiments were declared have any signs
Scrofula write
occupied them but were compelled unfit for the march to the reviewing and our physicians s The np>) who buys HARDWARE of pJ
to retire later
under a heavy ground by the medical officers in will ad vise you free

-.bombardment. Previous reports said i. charge. Th etrouble in almost every The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.LIIIVIBER .
that the Japanese had only entered one case was sore feet. The Virginia .
fort during this attack. Since Aug. roads are exceedingly stony and the MARION .* HARDWARE COMPANY

31 fighting has been comparatively marching which was of an exceedingly Ii

unimportant. The Russians have strenuous and continuous character, '

since remounted guns upon the four has been executed with accoutrements .
.' forts above mentioned. The China; which weighted the men down. i

men also confirms the report of a This work considered one of the
three hours' attack upon Fort It shan great advantages of the maneuvers.

on the morning of Sept. 2, When he It teaches the national guard of states HOUGH and

left the Russians were preparing vigorously I what actual warfare is, including the IItEssEr) CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

to resist the next assault, for hardships ef campaigning. It is believed

which their spies said the Japanese that those who have proved incapable
'4 Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.
a are making elaborate preparations. of sustaining the strain and ELLWOOD FENCINGA
enduring the hard work entailed will :
B. H.
PORT ARTHUR SITUATION.f drop out of the guard on their return Seymour,

and their places will be taken by Ocala Fla. Full Line of
Carried in
Interesting Accounts of Conditions In 'others. This, it is believed, will tend Usually a
.._ ._.
Besieged Fortress. --- -- _._-_.-
to strengthen the organization.

St. Petersburg, Sept. 10.-6:10 a. m. First Class Hardware Store. ..
I -Workmen attached to the St. Peters. SCHLEY TO WRITE BOOK.

from Port Arthur where wire
: they detailed Rear Admiral Will Shortly Publish
some time ago. Tuey left the Autobiography.New .

besieged fortress Aug. 2, and give long. York, Sept .AnnouncementIs I 1 MARION HARDWARE : COMPANY
Interesting accounts of the conditions.The made that Rear Admiral Schley will '

defenses they assert; were largely shortly publish his autobiography un ;
augmented by the discovery of a Chinese der the title of "Forty-Five Years Under r.ffi't'h- ----- -- .. .---- .' ':l -p--'t' '- '' '_ '_-h_ _'' ';"'_"" .'
store of artillery 13 miles from the Flas." About one-third of the

the fortress. It consisted of 300 book will be- devoted to the Spanish ,- -

Krupp guns of large caliber, with from war, concerning which the admiral will I ::FOR SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle

300 to 3,000 rounds of ammunition say in his preface: three Colts, two Mares, household
for Going to World's ?
i each were piece.In perfect The guns condition.and ammunition operations**In the chapters against which Cervera's relate fleet to, the the furniture.8-261m J.Irvine S. LEWIS, Florida., I Fair]

The Japanese, it Is related, made purpose has been to record the events : --SEE -
-- .
arrangements with residents of the from the writer's own viewpoint, to : It Will

suburban Chinese village to furnish criticise a spirit of fairness, but !

information from the fortress by the without malice, bearing in mind that DANGER COMINGIlin" Ocala Furniture Company.For
means of pigeon post. The plan was I
wherever it has been necessary to refer Pay You !IIIF .
divulged by Chinamen, hid the whole to apparent inconsistencies in the i that Point to Brlght'a Dl..

population, 40 villagers, were executed. statements of others, the author has. ease or other Fatal Forma the and
largest most line
,; Conspicuous uptodate ot
gallantry was displayed endeavored always to avoid unnec- You have any Real Estate of Kidney Trouble.
by two companies of sailors who were cessary personalities. Through the IF to sell, -

cut off in the hills by the Japaneseand courtesy of Secretary Moody, recourse OR There are thousands of persons who are

were isolated two days. Their has been had to official papers which onconaciously In danger of the fate that TRUNKSlr

ammunition soon ran out. Stones and were not available before his accession I You're thinking of coming has lately befallen to many of our most
i old bowlders were hurled at the heads to office. I to Florida for a home, prominent mea and women who have died I -

of the attackers. Finally several old The remainder of the large volume from kidney trouble. These diseases are

cannon were dismounted and rolled will V* given to the narrative of OR alarmingly on the increase,and they come 125 ushels ;: Onion Sets.
down the hills on the heads
of the
Admiral Schley's service in many seas. on BO Insidiously that few realize their '1
attacking column. Ultimately 40 sailors I CYou desire to inyest in any condition till life is t.
out of 320 escaped. kind of Florida property actually In danger. I _. __u_ __ .
BULLET PASSED THROUGH HEAD In the early stages of kidney disease -
The returned workmen say that rid. I I there may be headache backache We will on September lIafl
Ing in cabs was an almost prohibitive TO SEE BD 1st r sale 15 Bushel |1
Remarkable Experience of a Would. natural appetite, bad taste In the mouth
luxury, the smallest drosky fare being of Onion Sets-the Bermuda and
$2. There 300 Be Suicide. OR WRITE dry or furred tongue, thirst, dry skin or Silver Skin. .
are cabmen in Port
New York
Sept. 12.-Frederick strong perspiration sediment
In the urine
Arthur. ,
The commandant forces them Rock who attempted to end his life or unnatural feelings in various
to remain back of the firing line during by shooting, at his home in parts of Ocala Seed Store.'Ie'.IIIIIIIItel
actions and transport the wounded Newark, J. H.LIVIHGSTON I &SONS the body. Don't expect all these signs -
N. J., last June, has recovered from to show themselves. Ai .
free of charge. soon at yon
the effect of a shot which the sur- notice of ,
OCALA. FLORIDA. any commence at once I
=eons says, passed through both sideso the use of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUBE.Tnoius .
Japs Losses at Port --
Arthur. fhis brain. When he was taken to
Tsingtsau Sept. 10.-G; MAPLE, Birbeck, Ill, writes:
p. m.-A Jap.
the hospital, the doctors declared
anese officer passed through Tsingtsau .. was no hope for his recovery. On the "I and had a back very bad case of kidney trouble : X11 Goods Delivered free. Write for Price List I
his my pained me so I could
on way to Kin Chou today. He r$500 Given Away not
contrary, it has been found that the
said the Japanese losses at Port Arthur : straighten up. The doctor's treatmentdid I
did him good and his mental 1
during the last few days were condition Is now better than before. d Alabastine Write us dealer or ask for an me no good. I saw FOLEY'S KIDSET J .. I
very heavy, exceeding 15,000, and that Upon leaving the hospital Rock was full particulars and Free sample card of advertised and took one bottle .
the which cured me and I have .
Japanese killed or wounded at not been
turned over to the police and will bs
the battle of Liao Yang. exceeded 20- i. held on a charge of attempting sue 3\\o.\\ns\\\\e affected"sint! I gladly recommend this I .
000. I remedy. -
__ .
i 1 It is a simple thing to make kid
-.... *] Destroys disease :germs and vermin. your *
Appointed Bishop. PROBABLY FATAL SHOCK. p N'ever rubs or scales. You can apply it neys right when they ae not badly affected
Washington. Sept. 12.-Mgr. Falcoiiio f'i nn-mix walls with and cold In white water.and Beautiful delicate effects tints. ; but it Is not EO easy after destructionhas

.' the apostolic delegate has received Lightning Strikes Girl While She Was u i NOT hct.water a disease-breeding glue preparation.:, out-of-date Kalso- set In. FOLEY'S KIDSEY CCHE will i I
from Rome the brief appointingRev Ironing. '+ :.ics bearing fanciful names and cure every form:. of kidney and bladder

Corn I1us' Vandeven, of Bator I Port Jervis, N. J.. Sept 12.-During f It n.'tirevhich xcd with hot rots water, nourishicg are stuck: germs on with of trouble If taken early and If will give relief -

Rouge, bishop of Natchitoches, I.a.; a severe electrical storm which hag !>1.deadly-..., spoiling diseases walls and clothing rubbing and and furni-scale even in the most hopeless cases. It I
COMING MAINE ELECTION. swept this section, many houses and ." i'> .ue. Bay Alabastine in o Ib. pkgs., (I. an honest preparation acid will do all s
-\'operly labelled, ot paint, Hardware I
that I claimed
tot U.i .
barns were struck by lightning.At ;: ,ual drug dealers. Leaflet of tints,
Republicans Claim State by Pluralityof Hartwood a woman and her :0. Hint1. *oa Decorating,"and our artists' Postrffipt-.Drug! I
: Store. -
'I! .s tree AU8ASI1M CO.10J liter SU1T" s
15,000. daughter were probably fatally In .- *rvt Rajids.Sict

Portland, Me., Sept. 12. jured. A bolt entered .
-Chairman the kitchen and For sale by Mclver&Mactay. H. & !asters.
M. F. Simpson, of the Republican state' struck the' flat iron with which the = .

committee today issued a statement daughter was Ironing. The currentran wxIPE's .
concerning the election in Maine next( up her arm and felled the mother GIVER and MACKA )

Monday in which he claimed that Mr. who was standing near. The roof Cream Vermifuge .

Cobb, the gubernatorial candidate of the house was torn oft .

would carry the state by a plurality I\ .

of 10,000 to 15,000.In Engineer Kilfs J Fireman. i THE GUARANTEED .

a counter statement Dr. Edgar T. Fort Worth Tex., Sept. '12.-Chrada .

Jones, chairman of the Democratic A. Beale, fireman for the Ft Worth & WORM

committee, characterized the Republicans Rio Grande railroad, was shot and FUNERAL j S (1liFnrreitt .' '1 :!.I'J. OIJIIH r H JtdI.OO.

.. as being "an old trick.of claiming killed last night by Harry P. Ross, an i Cr't :.. )fl. ,flei" Re :1.00. Appld and Mountain Peach Brandies\YaJley
'O) ,
more than they expect and then being engineer, on the same road. Beale DIBBCTOHS. \e: REMEDYTHE t X101: K.u u'kb' PCII1'4 X3,20. BowensIx Rye f3 '

satisfied at what they call a victory assaulted Ross pith an air coupling a rend Postoffu'e or Express Money Orders.
The Democrat he said pin and followed him Into the
would take master CHILDREN'S FAVORITE
t mechanic's office. Ross Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets TONIC.
for their standard the Republican majority was releasedon BOWEN
of 33,384 over the Democrats lathe bonds,., Ross is the engineer on and Burial Outfits. Special given to. GENUINE FHEPAHED ONLY BY i & COMPA"Y.c.

last presidential year. A single whose complaint of assault to murder Burial services. Ballard-Snow. Liniment Co.

vote over that, he said, is a gain 01 S. E. Bruner, was recently extraditedfrom ST. LOUIS. MO. IS 140 E. BAY ET.! ,
law Colorado to Texas.: Embalming to Order J. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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SUBSTITUTE FOR,NEGRO LABOR IN with Mr. Stovall in the makingof NOTICE OF ELECTION leiony la the Courts of Record and la ctIono. The Legislature shall not NOTICE OF ELECTION. _

THE SOUTH all criminal cases originating la the Circuit pass special -or local laws in any of the

the Tribune, should takes the opportunity VTtereas, The Legislature of 1903. un- Courts. The court shall have the power following enumerated cases; that is to say,
fter the Constitution 1SS5 of the State of to' Issue writs of mandamus certiorari regulating the Jurisdiction and duties oi To the Sheriff of Marion countyjof the state c -

in his absence to voice Florida, did pass seven Joint resolutions prohibition. quo warranto habeas oorposi any class of officers, or for the punishmentof Ford
fion hand is heard
every the complaint to the Constitution IT KNOWN THAt I, H. CLAY CRAWFORD -
L jroposlng amendments and also all writs necessary or proper to crime or misdemeanor; except for the BE
those of the State of Florida, and the same were the enforcement of local laws Secretary of state of the state of
of scarcity of competent labor. kindly sentiments and those complete exercise: of Its Jurisdiction. special regulating Florida,do hereby give notice that a Central
agreed toby a vote of three-fourths of all Each of the Justices shall have power to the practice of courts of justice: Election will be held-in Marion county state

l- In this age there appears to be no excuse cordial good wishes which are enter the members elected to each house; that Issue writs of habeas corpus to any part providing' for changing venue of civil and of Fond on Tuesday next succeeding the _

the; YOU on said Joint resolutions were enLered of the'State upon petition by. or on behalf criminal cases: granting divorces; changing in November,A.D. 1904,the said _

t whatever for an able bodied I tained by each and every employe : upon their respective Journal with of any person held in actual custody, and the names of persons; vacating roads; Tuesday being theEighth

reas and nays thereon. and they did de- may make such writs returnable before summoning and impaneling grand and petit Day of Ataembr,

1_ man begging for food or clothing. I It I who has labored under his esteemed tsrains und direct that: the said Joint resolutions -.himself or the Supreme Court. or any Justice ,juries and providing for their compensation I For five presidential tleor

The South alone inviteS to its domain leadership to make the Tribune be submitted to the electors of the thereof or before any Circuit Judgv ; for assessment and collection of I For one representative tst congressional -
a State at the general election November and when not returned to the Supreme taxes for State and county and municipal district of Florida in the fiUy-ninth congress

t_ those who are skilled in the culture credit to its city and its section.If tax. ,Court. an appeal to that court shall a!.!purposes: for opening and conducting eleetions of the l1ite States.
H. day Crawford. For uf the state of Florid.
Now. therefore. I. ways lie.Section I, for State and county and municipal gt/vernor

of the soil and those who are willingto ever mortal man merited the Secretary of State of the State of Horida,! U of article f of the Constitution officers, and for designating the places of For For attorney secretary general of state ot of the the state state of of FIr _

I 4o hereby ctve notice that a of the State of Florida is hereby amended Young; for the sale of real estate belonging comptroller the state of Florid.For

put up a good day's work in the richest blessings, in the most liberal GENERAL ELECTION so aa to read as follows: .|to minors, estates of decedents' and ol For treasurer of the state of Flrd _

i MS C. u. The Circuit Courts shall have laboring under legal disabilities Fur of public instruction ot
persons ; superintendent
field, for an abundant harvest is in measure, the Tribune's founder and wU1 be held la each county in Florida on _
exclusive In all .
original jurdiedictioa easel,;regulating the fee of officers of the Stateor the state ot lQOnaa.Forcommisoner
I Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday In equity. Also in all cases at law not I county or municipalities giving effectto of agriculture of the state
and the director is the ;
sight "reapers are few" as man. Through yearsin In November, A. D. 1904, the said Tuesday of
cognizable by Inferior courts, and In all I informal or Invalid deeds or wills: leglti Forid.

compared with the needs. While the which the returns for effort were being the I cases involving the legality of any t" Yo1|:miring- children: providing for the adoptionof state of justice of six the supreme court of the

4 EIGHTH DAT OF NOVEM5EB. ,sessment or toll; of the action of ejectment.l!, children; relieving minors from legal For Fond of the years supreme court of the

negro has his place in the industrial not always worthy of the toil applied, for the ratification or rejection of the said and of aJJ actions Involving the titles of,',disabilities; and for the establishment of state of Ford.jUtcs
resolutions amendments U boundaries of real estate and of all criminal ferries." For commissioner for the state

L movements of the south his place is in which 'discouragement and mis- Joint the CoaatttotJoa proposing of the State of Florida cases not cognizable by Inferior courts:1 Section H article 3. of the Constitution of Flonda.rlrd :

.and original jurisdiction of action of forcible For two of he of representatives ,
via "of the State of Florida is hereby amended member hoe
I gradually being filled by white labor, fortune were frequently encounteredand i : entry, and unlawful detainer and of so as to read u follows: ot the state of .

*< which in many instances is said to ever difficult to overcome, 'withan ARTICLE' XiL IIUCh provide.other They matters dh&U! as have the Legislature final appellate may| "Section 24. The Legislature shall establish For For sherifl.county judge.

f a uniform system of Bounty govern For clerk of the tircul
| be more satisfactory and reliable.A industry unflagging and a devotion Jurisdiction in all civil and criminal cases'ment. It shall divide znunidpelttles Into For county assessor of cur.
- arising in the County Court. before the1
or classes of not than four the bails For tax
significant newspaper interview undiminished, he strove to create an That the following amendment to tn. County Judge and of misdemeanors of more on For county cUcr. .
population it ihall
Constitution of the State of Florida be,1 and civil cases tried In the Courts of Reo1ord. ; ; establish forsch For superintendent of public instruction.

t- was given out a few days ago by enterprise that would repay his labors and the same Ia, hereby agreed to, and; of Judgments or sentences of any mu! class a unIform system of government For county surveyor.
shall be submitted to the electors of the nlcipal court and of all cases arising before -! ; it shall provide for the re- For five county commissioners.

W. J. Hurlbut, land and industrial and at the same time prove a source of flute at the general election In November. Justices of the Peace In counties In'Incorporation of each now existing municipality For three members of the contny board of

1904 for ratification or rejection. which there is no County Court or Court and for the incorporation of eca public
t agent of the Southern railway, in the pride to himself and to those within i Section 6 of article 8 of the Constltv- of Record and supervision and appellatijurisdiction hereafter to be incorporated municipality ,For just'ce istcion! peace in and for the'/allow.

of Florida is r of matters arising before County .!into one of loch classes, and BO law relating ingusticdistncti, viz:
of which he said: the circle of its influence. When the Uon of the State hereby |
p course
to the> creation government or powers Number one.
to their i
amended so as to read as follows: pertaining probate Jurts-i -
i "Even the west is now realizing i greater part of his aim was accom- Section 6. The Legislature shall providefor diction or to the estates and Interest of, of any municipality or number of LIBnWpallUes Number Number two.three

the election by the Qualified electors of"minors and of such other matters as the less than the whole of a cites i Number four.

that the south is immigrant land. plished and he had begun to reap the each county of the following county officers Legislature may provide. The Circuit,i shall be valid." Number five,
: I Courts and Judges shall have power to: Section 8, article 8, of the Constitution of Number six. -

I Many East Tennesseeans are migratf rewards: of dearly-bought success, A Clerk of the Circuit Court, a Sheriff Issue writs of mandamus. Injunction. quo'I the State of Florida_Is hereby repealed.The Number seven.

there other that inter- Constable a County Assessor of Taxes, a I warranto certiorari pronibltion habeas Number eight.
to the western territories-Okla- were shadows votes cast in Number nine.
County Tax Collector, a County Treasurer jcorpus and all writs, proper or necessaryto I compliance with said

rhoma, for instance, but we can provethai vened to becloud the lustre of his a Superintendent of Public Instruction and i the." complete exercise of their Jurisdiction. -proposed declaration amendments and returns and thereof the shall canvass be Number::Number ten.eleven.

> a County Surveyor.The Number twelve.
achievement. How these dissolved Section 24 of article 6 of the Constitution'subjected to the same regulations and restrictions
| for every immigrant that goes to were : term of office of all county officers i Number thirteen. _
as are provided by law for <"
,of the State of Florida is hereby amended gea Number fourteen. ,
the new lands we are importing a bet- and the sunshine again brought mentioned In this section shall be four' so as to read as follows: ,era! elections, in the Stats of Florida Number fifteen. c.I .,'
except that the term of office of -
years "Sec. 21 Upon the of ,i In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Number cixtten.
application a ma.jorlty '
ter laborer from the west to take his forth, is known to those who, closeto I the County Assessor of Taxes County Tax' of the registered voters of any'set my hand and affixed the great seal ol I Number sevent-. ',-. -
Collector and County Treasurer, shall be" the State of Florida, at Number eighteen. '
witnessed "county in this State. the Legislature shall l I Tallahassee the
himhave and -
participated for two years until the general election In' Number nineteen. -
place. :(establish in such county a court of record capital, this the first day of August A. IX '
1906 at which election also :Nnmper twenty. -
November they
in his trial and his and there shall be one :Judge for eachof 1904.t ( .
: triumphs.So '
"Germans Swedes and other for- shall be elected for terms of four Number twenty-one.
years', the said courts, who shall be a practic-t I (L. S.) IL CLAY CRAWFORD, Number twentytwo.Number '
now that he is his each, and thenceforth all county officers ing attorney at law and who ..Be 5rttaryof State. "*
iSielgners! are coming to New York. away upon shall be appointed tweut -lhree
named In this section shall be elected for I
'': ___by._ the__.Governor_ and confirmed. _by I To Perry H. ugent, Sheriff Marion Connty.v Number twenty-four.
wedding journey shared by the lovely terms of four years. Their powers duties'.L .a L LU L I
From Sew York they go to the north- iue senate, ana wno snail noia nis Omce Number twenty"f\e.
and compensation shall be prescribed by''for four The 1 Number
years. annual salary of the twenty-si
settle in the colonies woman of his choice it is fitting that law. of said 1I Number .
west. There they *K .,.. !Judge courts shall be paid enty-eight..
'ly by the county where such quarter-I I '
the esteemed and
regard inspired by
of the nationality to which they i tabllshed Number twenty-nine.
: ARTICLE XXIL [ ,l &p& shalj be as follows: Number thirty. '
years of intimate acquaintanceship, ', 1TZF lesT than fifteen thousand population thirty one.
become citizens and That the following amendment to the Numbr
belong. They
one thousand dollars; In counties of in and for the justice
Constitution of the State of Florida be ; c1stblo floWII&
both in the arduous of
experiences from fifteen thousand to thirty !
learn our language. They see better and the same Is hereby agreed to and population, sixteen hundred thousandl 5tric5. one.Sumbr '
"the shop" and the lighter things of shall be submitted to tile electors of the .
: two. .
opportunities in our section and then State at the general election in 1S04. torratIflc.a.t1on counties of from thirty thousand to toro] -
life should find in five thousand population two thousand thre.
; expression public rejection.
or four.
the flow comes south. So you see dollars; and in counties of more than forty-;, Number '' .
Section 8 of article 12 of the Constitution Number
form. From those who have known Jive thousand population twenty-four hun-I fve.. !
we get the materialized, developed la hereby amended wo as to read as follows: dred dollars; and all Criminal Courts of. Number Number seven. '

him and who have worked with him- Section s. Each county shall be required Record lJit ,'
now in this State shall.! Number fight, .. J
laborer, who brings all the inventive to assess and collect annually for the support the t "c _
upon adoption of this amendment, be. % 411.tr6 ,' Number nine. .
land and but brief experience is needed toimpress of public free schools therein. a tax come and be Courts of Record as herein' Number ten. -- ; :
native wellj as
genius of his as Of not less than three (3) mills nor more I provided and all officers ot such Criminal QTS$430 Number eleven. -: '

the cultivated 'intelligence he gets his sterling worth, his frank than seven (7) mills on the dollar, of all, Courts of Record shall be officers of suchcourts Tumber twelve. "' :., ,r
taxable in the. ) Number thirteen. .
property same. and discharge the duties and receive :
and his robust and
Uncompromising -
fealty Number fourteen.
open :
from his life in the northwest. The I I the emoluments ot such until the expiration'; Number fifteen.

manliness-the heart- ARTICLE XXHL of their present term of office." <: Number sixteen.

south is receiving the best of the That the following amendment to the I', Section of article 5 of the Constitution: Number seventeen

today. felt wish goes forth along the flower-I Constitution of the State of Florida be and; of the State of Florida is hereby amended Number eighteen.
world's population ,
the the same U hereby agreed to* and shall be:i BO as to read as follows: I Number nineteen. .

"I think the question of the south strewn pathway honeymoon submitted to the electors X the State at. "Section! The Court of Record shall'. t Number Number twenty.- ne.

that the general election in November, A. D..have exclusive Jurisdiction of all criminal, Number twety twentytwoNumber .
the negro and the farm is the most 19C4. for ratification or rejection. eases, not capital, which shall arise InI twenty-three. '

We "The night shall be filled with music Section 18 of article 5 of the Constitution said county, and of all cases at law, la1 Number twenty-four. .
Important one we have today. which the demand or value of the .' Number
shall be and is hereby amended so as tc) property twenty-fve
made some wonderfuldiscoveries And the cares that infest the day read as follows: does not exceed one thousand dollars, Number .
have recently :; t :- Number twenty-seven.
and. concurrent with the Circuit 1 f1
Shall fold their tents like the Arabs Action IS. The Legislature may organ- shall Courti' Number twenty-eight.
along these lines. In the ize In such counties as it may think proper exclusive Jurisdiction pro-: Number twehty-nme.
And steal ceedlngs relating to forcible entry and unlawful -' Number thirty.
as silently away. County Courts which shall have Jurisdiction
first place we have brought a class of detainer of lands and tenements." :Number thirty one. .
of all cases at law in which the demand .
-Edwin D. Lambright, in Tampa value of the Involved Section 26 of article 5 of the Constitution1 Clias. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W. In testimony whereof. I have heeunt set
labor south that demands higher pay. or of the State of Florida is hereby amended Bay St. Jacksonville Fla mv hand and affined great sl
I shall not exceed five hundred dollars; of of the state of Flonda.at
Tribune. so as to read follows raEahat
than the darkey, but the crops of the proceedings relating to the forcible entry -Section 26. as There shall: be six terms 'r --- .[L s.[ see the capital, this tht frst day
unlawful detention of lands and tenements Utilize time September, A. D 1404-
or your
planter who employs this labor are Emergency MecidinesIt and of misdemeanors. and final appellate -of the _Court of Record in each year." Study at Home of evel11llgs a H. CLAY CRAWFORD
Section 27 of article 5 of the ConstItution -: e i Secretary oi btate. 4
German is a great conveyance to have at Jurisdiction in civil cases arising In Lean mo--e:and you 9-2
The of Marion
increased four-fold. the State of Florida is hereby: To H. Nugent, Shenff County.
the courts of the Justices of the Peace. am more. With the Tablet Maine Study Lessons you need not Perry
hand reliable remedies for use incases amended so as to read as follows: .five borne or employment to Iran Bookkeeping.Anttaniedc.Altf .
ad other immigrant laborers can The trial of such appeals may be da novo "Section 27. There shall be for each' ebra.Geometry.Grammar.R he tone. Literature. History
% of accident and for slight injuriesand at the option of the appellant. The County Court Pwic .Larin.etc. Teachers aided pass examinations.8 w.
of statistics at a Prosecuting Attorney. asacccts. C r<;ulan 'O" make, by actual proof ailment A good liniment and Judge shall be the Judge of the County to be named the County Solicitor, who:

least four times more profit from the one is fast becoming a favorite if net Court There, and shall shall be be elected an attorney by the at law.aualified shall confirmed be appointed by thf Senate by the, and Governor who shall and'i .,," :;'--1:' .. '.''.' .. Of Application for Tax Deed Under Sectiou I of

l_ than the darkey. a household neccessity is Chamber- electors ol said county at the time when hold office for four years. His compensa.-\ .;,. ."l. 1. ,;:t. .'t.W'.J': t''O'L -1 Chapter
same acreage 'lain's it the said Judge is elected, a Prosecuting Attorney *Lion shall be fixed "by law." Y'cs KWuevsNOTICt.aiJ.-{ CtJ'Io- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A".S.
"Last year's cotton crop was a Pain By applying for said county who shall hold oflc Section 38 ,of article 5 of the Constitu i! NOTICE Oliver Fort .1urcha'r of tax.Certificate

promptly to a cut, bruise or burn it for four years. His duties and compensation Uon of the State of Florida Is hereby!' --- No.1783.date day olaug.AD. 1900, -
some 10,000,000 bales shall be prescribed by law. Such has filed said in my office and has '
success, crt1 cte
great the and the injuryto ;unended so as to read aa follows: ] .
allays pain causes courts may be abolished at the pleasure of, made application for tax de4s.to Issue in accordance -
' sold. There will be heavier one-thrid the time "Section 23. All offenses triable In the'Courts with law, Said ceniicate embrace the
being heal in about the Legislature.
of Record ehall be prosecuted described situated in
upon following property
planting this year and it will take at usully required, and as it is an anti- Provided that all County Judges -holding:Information under oath. and may be filed Ia the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Marion county. Florida towit:

said office at the ratification of this amend.it any time, whether the court is In seeulion Florida, Marion County. Northeast quarter of sutheat quarter and

least 12,000,000 bales to affect prices septic it prevents any danger of blood ment shall continue in the exercise of the I or not. by the County Solicitor, but la Re Proceedings to E-sUblbh Tax Certificates southeast quarter o s'test quarter section

When Pain Balm is keptat duties thereof according to their respective i'the grand Jury of the Circuit Court 36. township 16. z
demand is still great. This poisoning. for, Nos.: 2777 and 2780, ot Sale December 2d7ATTJl: The said land being ed at the date oftheissunceofsuchcertificatein
as the be treated be- commissions and until their successors art I 1 the county la which said Court of Record the name ofP.Q.

is made the assump- hand a sprain may duly Qualified and provided further. tht i t''la held may Indict for offenses triable la 1895. Brown, trustee also L A. Griggs and J. d.

.tatement upon fore inflammation sets in, which insures when any,County Court shall hereafter t.e!'the Court of Record. Upon the finding of To August Haack and aU others hom it may Martin. Uul'ss said certificate shall 1 F

tion that wag is and other expensesare a duick For sale by established in any county in this State the''such' Indictment, the Circuit Judge shall Concern: decided according to law. ta de w
recovery. County Judge of said county shall hold his I| commit or ball the accused for trial in thereon on the loth day of Sept. A 1904.
last I have All m of ol VUO ARE HEREBY :NOTIFIED THAT Witness m official signature a ld seal this the
the same as year. Druggist. office and perform the duties Judge the Court of Record and the County So f
W Allsop. by his kttorney, Carlos t6tb day ofAug. A. DM
the time beforewhenthere : the County Court until his term of office'1 ndtor of said court shall Immediately file trunk. E. has this day Died in this L Sis his [SEAL] 19 f. SBTRCK

never known Japanese Surgery"I shall expire. therein aa informatlM: based u en such petition establish Tax Certificate No. 2777, S 19 Clerk Circuit Court Maron C. F

such a hue and cry for I I. 2d. 1895 for unpaid taxes fort --
was : year 1894 ani the costs on tie northwest
much interested in a stat3 ARTICLE XXIV.
No need be idle these was Indictment, upon which information the q tarter-outhejst quarter and south hall of NOTICt. -1

labor. man ment from Tokio Japan that few of That the following amendment to the accused shall ba tried." s utheat quarter ot seton 23. township 17
who wants honest work. If we Constitution of the State of Florida be, and Section 29! of article 5 of the Constitution r.ne 24, containing 10 of land; and also
day the Japanese who are wounded in the same la hereby agreed to and shall of the State of Florida is hereby amended 'Tax< Certificate No. 2780, issued December ad. Of Application for Tax Deed Coder Section 8 of
could in a 1895. for unpaid tie lor the year 1894 on the Chapter 4SSS. Laws ot Florida.VfOTICE .
could get the laborers we be submitted to the electors of the State I 80 as to read as follows: of
northeast northeast of
battle die," said a man who is inter- at the general election in 1904 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County township quarter, quarter scion : IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT H !t.
time bring several capitalists : 17 range 24. containing 4(acres o J.\ Hampton purchaser of tax No*.
few months' : in where a Court of Record -
rejection Court county The
or elates
I any petition
in the east. The lnd wa 5114 the 2nd day A.
would farms of ested in the war That section 10 of Article 9 'Of the Consti- is established.- |, .sC to ihe above named August It. 96 date slid certificates in my JUDe
who operate 1902.
it is said, are tution of the State of Florida is hereby, Section 30 of article 5 of the Constitution the date of sale; that the certificates were has fled application lor tax deed to oicaud

on a scale of from 1,000 to Japanese surgeons, amended so as to read as follows: I'of the State of Florida is hereby amended issued to the .aid ptione that they were in aoral ._ scid certificate em

cotton demonstrating to the world that more Sec. 10. The credit of the State shnllDot |',so'as to read as follows: loit. or dttoyed prayer is!made that the said to the pttoner f011.l1 described property situatedin

8,000 acres. be pledged or loaned to any individual,!I i "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court oft I c :may be re-established in accordance with Marion half !of dortheast. Florida t wit: section 26,

of the cotton men recover from wounds when company corporation or association; nor'I Record shall be elected by the electors of ,he statute in such cases made and provided, township Wet i.v and north quarter half of north

"Only one-eighth not than ehall the State become a Joint owner or;.I the county In which the court Is estab- and according to substantial copies of ihe certificates east quarter rangClg quarter section $, .
states is now under operations are i stockholder in any company. association or[lished, and shall hold office for four years,' .attached to the petition filed. township 15. range 22
land of the gulf otherwise. According to J. Gordon corporation. The Legislature shall not authorize -,I and his compensation shall be fixed by Now therefore you. August Hoack. and all The said land being assessed at the date of the

development. Think of the opportu any county city, borough. townshipor I i law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the' others that whom YOU are it may required CICtro. aie hereby before notified the- issuance ot such certificte in the name oi unknown

Georgia .Smith, Tokio, correspondent of the Incorporated district to become a stockholder -I executive officer of said court; his duties Hon. W S. t. Judge of appear the said court, at and C J Phthp Unless said certificate
northern shall be law. tax
nity. Around the In any company association or corporation land fees shall be fixed by law." his office ia Ocala. Marion county, Florida, on w 11 issue theron on the Joth day t of Sept dt.
hundreds of acres New York World very few opera- or to obtain or appropriate money Section: of article I 5 of the Constitution Wedneso/the zSth day of September. A. D.. 1904, A

territory there are the wounded. for or to loan its credit to any corporation jof the State of Florida Is hereby amended 1004.or wherever tls 'he may be Sound 01 that Witness my official signature and seat this

could be turned into millionsof tions are performed on association institution or Individual except so as to read as follows: should date. to not show be cause why the said certificates the 17th day of Ang A. D., 10

which in the most extreme cases is the that the Legislature may authorize munic- "Section 3l. All rules of practice governIng re.estblshe. S. :fSTRCK
Only I Witness my seal, this
Southern from municipal ofcl Clerk Circuit Cant }
The ipal corporations to relieve a 017.19 lanl
dollaN of money. the Circuit Court shall be applicable to day of July,A D.. e
used and then the operation taxation for such period of years as 19.i.
introduce knife even the Courts of Record, and all laws relative T.SISTRCNK,
is now seeking to to the municipal authorities may seem' Clerk Circuit
Railway 'to' Criminal Courts of Record shall apply Cur.By
resorted to until the second NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.
is not proper any manufacturing enterprise thatmay Niel A. Weathers, D.C. _
of Record. Changes ef venue 19.
for the shifting negro \ito
ubstitute locate within the said municipality
a day. In the main, the wounds of but no such exemption shall be for a{,may be had from a Court of Record to an- ---- --
bringing the ,white farmer i other Court of Record or to the Circuit
labor by those shot on the field it is stated, longer period than fifteen years. for the same Department r>t the Interior Land Omce
irfasirjlB; *' .:. |Court of another county NOTICE.In a
into the south."S'bat \ **** dressed antiseptically by the sur- lca.uses.( and under the laws providing for Gainesville, Fla..September ,t9 '.

effect of all this? are ARTICLE XXV. j changing the venue. from the Circuit Courtof IS HERE BY GIVEN THAT THE
be the a : NOTICE
will at the front and the dressingsare -That the following amendment to the one county to the Circuit Court of another the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit aimed settler h.filed notice of
It U to see. The element which Constitution of the State of Florida be'': county. The Governor may, In his of Florida,in and for Marion county.in his his claim intentun and to that make fnl per in support of

easy destined to not removed until the soidiers are and 1a hereby agreed to and shall be submitted '''discretion, order the Circuit Judge having Chancery.-Divorce. for Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala b md b

the south is to the electors of the State at!!''Jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any .
will populate
where there are Plaintiff, Walter Cetoterjfj, 190 ,
taken to a hospital Janie Morgan. Morgan,
Stores the general election In Novemb c. 1904. for county to hold a special term of a Courtof va
clas3.Naval viz Peter Wright of Fla. homestead
be a studious perfect arrangements for treatmentof ratification or rejection: !!' Record of such county for the purpose Defendant 27913: for the Snt of southeast

[ Section 6 of article 16 shall c* amend.of trying cases in which the Judge of the IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT quarter II. and narthwest quarter of the
IT sin
Review.Or.flJ the wounded. Even then there are 10 as to read as follows: i{Court of Record shall be disqualified. herein named Walter Morgan be and he u qurte section 14.township i6,south

Office. Sec. 6. The Legislature shall provide for Parties to any cause at law in a court of hereby required t app t the bill of complaintin range 22.ct
Blossom 1ft the Tribune few operations. The high percentageof the speedy publication and distribution of'Record shall have the same right to trial thin cause on or bfore He names te following witnesses to prove his

this morning's Tri recoveries in comparision with the all laws It may enact. All decisions of by Judges ad lltazn. or by referees as may Monday, the 3rf day o/ October A. Dgo/. said continnoa land .reden upon CrowelL aDd of cultivation Santos VIa of;
readers of all laws and judicial ame
If the the Supreme Court and exist under this Constitution or the lawsIn -
ban to*.Fla. A rchy a
It is further ordered that a of this order
chance to detect what appears records of other armies in past cam.paigns decision shall U free for publication references to eases In Circuit Courts, or published once a week for copy eight consecutive Gee Sint Win Ihckerson.of Snt Jenkns F.I
bune by any person. But no judgment of the may. If the Judge of the Court of Recordbe b the Ocala Banner I W. U. : "
of orange- convinces one that this Japa- Supreme Court shall take effect until the to theCircuit week 8 toBI lt.
be the faint aroma disqualified transfer the cause this the !$th day of July A. D. 190!
,\ to opinion of the court in such case shall be Court of the county la :which such S T.blSTKUNK.Clerk '

blossoms emanating from its printed nesd practice of deferring operation is filed with the Clerk of said court. {i'Court of R ord-ay be."* Circuit Court. NOTICE 1

to i S of .article of the Constitution EDWIS SPENCER, u- _
the reason is not hard accomplishing wonderful results. Up I I- Section Complainant's Solicitor.u 6-JJ-Sw.-
columns, ARTICLE XXVL ',ot the State etFlorid* Is hereby amended Of Application For Tax Deed Coder Section

find. AI announced elsewhere in this to the beginning of July over a thous- Section i of article 8 of the Constitution 10 U to read-as. follows: 8 ofchapter5M. Laws of Florid

F. Stovall the and sick and wounded had been re- of the State of Florida la hereby amended!I "Section U. Courts of Record shall be ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. T.

Usue. Mr Wallace 10 as to read U follows: ,;abolished by the Legislature csly upon a 1 Hendu'n.purr of Tax Certifies t No
'' registered dated the April. A.D. 1 .
of the Tribune Publishing received at two hospitals in Tokio. Section L The Judicial power of the.petition of majority of the court uWtiMliTi filed 1438 said certificate in my office and .has made

president Etate rtall be Tested la a Supreme Court.]1 i 1 voters of the county where ,rich ''OTCF 13 GIVEN THAT ON THE application for tax deed to issue ia accordance
and general manager of them It is explained that the diet of the, Circuit Courts Courts of Record County +1...** J snd day nf Jauar A D. 19. a wt law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
Tribune last night plighted his troth i Japs has much to do with their powerof Courts.Peace.Section. County, Judges and Juttcu of the ARTTCLS. -2UCV1L the estate administrator of Mrs Eliza with Keep ded ann I w ,;Fr dOb pfylute'1 Marion county
and final
to one of the resisting and ability to recover from 8 of article I of the Constitution That the following &mcndaents to see present 10 be Discharged my petition such administrator to the Stet quarter of northeast quarter, sec
the hymeneal altar amended'Bon Z> article t, and section 24 article t. a i.range 23.
at ef the State of Florida U heresy Hon. county judge for Marion ton 15
assessed of
land at date
ladies of the land. wound They eat rice chiefly." so a. to read as fallows: !u4 tiM repeal of section I of article I, ef CllY Koh., Buno W_ K AI.LEN. the issuance of bug in the name of
fairest ot tea Btat* of Florid, be Admr.with .ill
-Sec. 6. Tan Bapreme Court than Have the rrrntnrT annee party unknown. Unless said certificate shall
the sacred solemnity of this appellate JurUdlotiea la all eaea at law land' are hereby agreed to, and shall be June 23rd. 1904. 62 be redeemed according to law t deed willissue

In W..c.'TED-A white lady to cook and aad In equity originating In Circuit Courts t submitted to the electors of the State at thereon o the 26th day o Sept. A D, ",

rent, bringing with it a happiness tad of appeal* from the circolt'Courts Incases the general election to be Led la Novera- 1904.
do general house work. Will pay a arising before Covnty Judges, in znat- ber. A D. 1S04. to wit: Wibe my official signature and seal this the
deserved, it is not inappro- ) article 3 of Ce Coostltatioa OLONiYTARc A. 0.1904.
richly ten pertalckg to their probate Jurisdiction Becttoa 2 11 o
S. S: TELFOED.916tf : _' S.T.SI3TR17STK,
that the undersigned who has good salary.- eI- and la the xnanagemeat of the estates of the State of Florida: is hereby amendediajuto I I 60.. s Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. _
priate Winter Garden, Fla. cf infants._*MJatt a. Ot cojarkttaa of re&i ioltows: J
associated for' oyer five years -
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Room 4, Masonic Building Ocala Fla. 5 8.21 '
WeAre .
; Prodding Our County Solons with a .
Sharp Stick.
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.I --
quote from a resolution shown by
the minutes to have been passed or Getting In Readiness 'i' :
adopted by the board of county commissioners : :
;" at their last meeting, to- ..
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upon"Whereas this for board the, the improvement of growing county commissioners demand of the- For Fall ,and Winter Trade ': :: < :), I

county property has increased to a -- .. .. I
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great degree, and the seeming -- : ; .
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prosperity of the county at large has '. : ..-...
advanced. This board has .
greatly --
." deemed it right and just that the
valuation upon certain property in And in order to do so in an up-to-date manner our 3
: this county was entirely too low,
have raised the valuation about$300-

000 Tow throughout, to use the the vernacular county." of the I Mr Jake Brown is now in the Northern Markets I

streets, doesn't its phraseology jar I .
you? The prosperity has not advanced I .......

. these rapid only the strides."seeming"This honorable has made buying up-to-date goods. Our constant aim is to

board deems it right and just that the
valuation of certain property is too

!I r fittingly low.What an What admission exemplifies a lovely to their make expression!sense But of it! E get for our customers the VERY BEST the market af3

t justice and righteousness. "Have -411.....

throughout raised the the valuation county.about" $300,000 fords. If there is anything new in the line of FANCY

The above i is a recitation of what .....
the board had done. Were the members -
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resolution asleep when Will they any member voted on of that the E GROCERIES you can rest assured that our shelves will l j

board stand up and say that that .....
resolution states the truth? Or that

was they did untrue dot know Was at the the timethat board the it 17 shortly be adorned with the same, as our trade is J ..

victim of a Urn flam game perpetrated
by the author of the resolution or ..
did the board as a whole try the flimflam
thing game be explained.on the people? Let this such that demands the BEST to be had. '. 3

the Florida Cracker's Platform. .
"Hog and hominy," says the Wil- .

for lUton the Advocate Florida cracker., is the best platform WE ALLOW NO MISREPRESENTATIONS. '

True,every word of it,and if adher- --
_ ed to persistently and enthusiastically -
If It does sound a little uncouth,it
will not only keep the gaunt and ugly E: ( "We are determined to have a Grocery store second to none in the 3
wolf from the door but will keep off .
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the haunting fear of his ever coming
; :: to it. And how happy the whole world E state. Our Time Our Energy Our Capital, are all used for the :;
would become if this fear could be ..... -
forever obliterated.
. be Other added planks in the platform. might purpose of buying goods. and buying them in such quantities that we o !

"Beef and beans" might serve fora -- i
second plank, "peas and pota- F can give them to the public at legitimate prices Don't conflict the :: i1
toes" for a third "cane and casava"for -
fourth, and so on to the end of
. a long a chapter, which would furnish word GOOD with the word BEST, for an article, while it may be good 3
- the home with the comforts and luxuries ,
:, of life and bring to the domestic --
hearthstone and contentment the sweet and a smile rich cornuco-of peace F and you make it do, is not the best by a large majority, 2C 2C y( ::

;; pia of blessings would flow in all di- ......

rections:\11'tI. W. their S. Pike,possessors., who has been E' "QUALITY AL WARS GOVERNS THE PRICE." '. ': J '

pending some months with her son, '. .
)lro Eugeue Cox at East Point, Ga., f -O -" .
and who since leaving there has been ,
visiting at St. Augustine and Lees- == Yours for More Business ::;
burg, has returned home. Mrs. Pike --... .1
U with her sister, Mrs. E. P. Moody.Deterv --

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