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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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-ry f- ; I I 3fr'tr WED M CLIFTON CAMP stock and opened its doors Tuesday.

t .:: .. Pearl Tooth Wash. .. As soon as the present stock is disposed -

"... -- ..,... -, '. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lochridge : :Miss Mary Anderson, sister of the of an entirely new line of goods
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:to Cleanses the Teeth, _a Anderson have issued invitations to I bride, as maid-of-honor, and Mr. will be purchased and in the mean- Seasons Change.

f. fc_"' ..' : .' the marriage o/ their daughter, Re- George Armstrong, of Savannah, as time the present stock will be sold at
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to. ._ :' -_ best man, will be the only attendants. sacrifice prices. Mr. E. T. Helven-
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to Mr. Robert Clifton
Camp.
r '', ,: .: Purifies the Breath, o After a wedding journey throughthe ston, one of the active partners of
: I \- The marriage will take Tines Change. j
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; :: -. west, Mr..and Mrs. Camp will be the new firm has been in the mercantile -

"'::, E' .' 'Hardens. t e Gums. I" ::3 the evening of Wednesday the fifth at home at Sarasota, Florida after business for the past twenty

,.,. == *.r. ::: of October at nine o'clock at the the first of Janaary. years. Indeed, he has grown up in People ChoQge.

:;: residence of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Owing to the
t ::: t prominence and pop-, it and is thoroughly familiar with

r ei- -- on South Third street. The weddingwill ularity of these young people great this business in all of its details and

-- be a beautiful home one and is interest centers around. their mar- now that he has launched out in business I Everything Chcnges except
I FOR SALE ONLY BY I Ir
of great interest to the many friends riage, which will be the first of a for himself, it will be his one

.... \. -- --e of the popular young couple. I number of fall,weddings in Ocala. purpose to please his customers and I the Satisfactory j
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'. : -- he gives his old friends a cordial invitation .

-', .' ------. Miss Tillie Pyles has purchased the i Republican Speaking. to visit him. Ban iQg Service DoneBY

t Liddon place several miles south of I Ito''Il Hoa. M. B. McFarlane, republican Mr. George C. Pasteur, the junior -BYMUNOE '
POSTOFFICE
4 DRUG STORE.
and with her mother, brothersand candidate for governor of Florida, member of the firm, has given his
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r w_ Prescriptions receive careful attention. =_= sisters will move into the same and Hon. E. R. Gunby, candidate for exclusive attention to the shoe trade .
in a few days. [ & CHAL1DLISS!
congress for the first congressional for the past ten years and is a con- .
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.' Mr. and Mrs. G. Maughs. Misses I district, spoke from the porticg of noissieur and indeed has been

"" --- ....---;- -, -- Annie Davis and Sara Davis went the Ocala House to a fairly large ally recognized as an expert. OffiCi-I

A!_'.' :::", ":.-1'; ,, : _.' 1H'M'ML"' J down to Dunedin Tuesday afternoon audience Wednesday# night. We bespeak for the new firm

'5 for a week's, outing. They were They spoke from eight o'clock until erous patronage. CAN

:" David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE joined Thursday by Miss Pauline eleven, the audience, largely com- >
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Because He Don't Visit Ocala. SAVF "
Sullivan.Wanamakcr. posed of democrats, :;<
--- complimentedthem Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist, of DeSoto '-.
LANDS and Brown, the by giving them attentative -. ,
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county, Florida, is in the city to-day, ;_" ,'.'-
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biggest clothier of America, hearing.The I -*
t, Samples for fall and winterare after having made an extenisive trip '" '"
burden of their .
ti. here. You take no ri.k. speeches was through the west and northwest.Gen. ,,?

: If you have any 'phosphate lands you wish tosell or The Ocala ISazar. the great prosperity achieved for the Gilchrist is one of the most "; .
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:. lease on royalty communicate with him. Mr. M. E. Robinson has sent out a I country under the policy of protec- eligiblebachelors in the state, and .
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..' large number of blotters to his friends tion.Both has all the the necessary qualifications FURNITUREAND
si gentlemen
and customers, advertising his "Sun- spoke eloquentyand I to make some girl a model husband, ,
Mr.
0f Gunby drew
\ a bright and
and how he
Jim" and other line of fast escaped matrimony thus
s 0f5ce next to Dr.Smith,. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. ny selling vivid picture of the glories that will
? far is a mystery to his thousand of
shoes, shoes that sell without'force..
,, __. .. ..--',' :',.:'_::. ":,- -: .': ;. 7 ;. :::-, ;-" ,- : O ;';::" .._- :....;..;:;:.:.' ....:- c come to the south atfer the comple- friends. He is now en route home to HOUSE FURNISHINGSTRY
.' tion of the Panama canal which he I
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Mr. Harry R. Carman, of Palatka, I look after is extensive interests in
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: and Miss Bertha of Miami put down as one of the achievementsof US'AND -
Riefenberg, s
Ii USA ELIZABETH HAESIS. Local Editor I Mrs. Arthur L. Izlar and little son, DeSoto county. Gen. Gilchrist is a '
f. were married at the home of the bride the republican party,
L..,.. -r-r- Laurie, returned home Wednesday prominent figure in politics, and his WE'LL PROVE IT.
the The Mr. Gunby also told his story in
on eighteenth. is
ABOUT TOWN.Mr. ; afternoon from visit of two weeksat groom a .1' many friends are grooming him for
HAPPENINGS ,:dch he compared the democratici
brother of Mr. W. W. Carman,
White Springs. a. the speakership of the next legisla-

t prominent young merchant of this i'.y to the moon and the republican ture.-Jacksonville '.
l I Metropolis. OCALA[!l FURNITURE( [CO.
H. A. Ford has returned from Special reduction sale of city. _. jv 'Y to the sun, the more glorious ...
ladies neckwear and tab collars -- -- Beautiful Women.

t i': a business visit, to Alabama. this week at the Ocala Mrs. D. W. Davis and children returned orb.The speakers Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft --
were entertaining
embroidery side this ISazar. home Tuesday afternoon from glow of health and a pure complexion,
Special throughout. T. W. SMITH S CO.
Seabreeze makes all women beautiful. Take
week at ,the Ocala Bazar. Mr.George Camp, of White Springs, where they spent the -
a small dose of lIerbine after each
'| summer. Mrs.Davis'sister, Miss Mary Emergency Mecidines
r old after a few datsisit in Ocala with meal it will and
his prevent consumption
has to ;
Mr. E. C. Smith gone DEALER IN -
Piatt, who has been with her for It is a great
i a conveyance to have at
his cousins, ;11r. and Mrs. Clarence help digest what youhave eaten. 50c.
,' .. home in Illinois to spenda few weeks. hand reliable remedies
couple-of weeks, has to Ken-\ for use in
: \, Camp, returned home Tuesday.The gone :Mrs. Wm. M. Stout, Midlothian,
r The Ocala High School will openf tacky to visit her mother. 1 1i j jMr. cases of accident and for. slight injuriesand Texas, writes, May 31, 1901: "We
ailments. A liniment
I good
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following Ocala people were have used Herbine in our family for \ !
t F next Monday-morning at nine o'clock. recently registered at the Jacksonville and Mrs. C. V. Roberts and ''I one household is fast becoming neccessity a favorite is Chamber-if nota eight years, and found it the best IIARDWTARE

and children baby, who have been visiting relatives medicine we ever used for constipa-
t Mrs. W. H. Lipscomb hotels, viz: R. L. Anderson, S. W. lain's Pain Balm. By applying it
tation bilious fever and malaria."
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J I have gone to Fernandina to visit rela- Teague, H. H. Whitworth, Gertrude in Indiana for a couple ofI II promptly to a cut, bruise or burn it Sold by Anti-Monopoly: Drug Store. m
months arrived home after- !
the
| atives. England. Tuesday allays pain and causes the injury
'l' noon. They stopped for a couple of to heal in about one-thrid the time I The University of Florida. -
and little daughter,
\ Mr. Joe Davis The Ocala sub-school district trus- weeks at St. Louis and took in the usully required, and as it is an anti- The University of Florida openedits .

I F-: of Snmmerfield, spent Tuesday in tees have filled the first assistant's septic it prevents any danger of blood annual session
wonderful fair. Tuesday with the
i f Ocala. position in the person of Prof. R. G. poisoning. WhenPain Balm is keptat OLD HICKORY W0GOKS;
attendance in its
largest history and
l Mrs. Minnie Bostick has returned hand a sprain may be treated be-

Mr. ana Mrs. T. H: Johnson and Cantrell,of Tallahassee.-Tallahassee home from the northern markets, fore inflammation sets in, which in- with very bright prospects of success.

t daughter Miss Clara returned Tuesday Capital.Mr. where she went to purchase a hand- sures a duick recovery. For sale by Dr. Andrew Sledd, the newly elect-

,. from White Springs. Frank Harris returned home some stock of goods for her millinerystore. All Druggist. m ed president, possesses a strong per- Let us Furrjish you prices orb

I Ii Tuesday from Lake City, where he She was accompanied home The Barker Chemical Company sonality and is a magnetic, kindly, Building Material.
accepted
Miss Mamie Eliason has accompanied his son, Frank Harris sweet spirited man,and with a strong
by Miss Owen, who is an expert mil- The Barker Chemical_ Companywith'

a position with: the Helvenston-Blitch- jr., who will attend the Universityof I liner of Richmond, Ya., and will remain a capital stock of $500,000 to faculty to aid him, the prediction is -

Pasteur-Company. Florida this year. general that under.his direction the
in Ocala the winter.
during manufacture, purchase and sell sulphuric OCALA, FLORIDA.
University of Florida will fulfil the
)lr. J. C. Smith, of the Ocala Music Mr. Will Dunn, who for several Mrs. J. M. Meffert and children, acid and acid phosphate, sup- .
mission for which it created
Company after an absence of ten years has been with the firm of H. B. who have been at Seabreeze for sev- er-phosphate and'of fertilizers; to was
and become the of educa-
days has returned home. Masters,is now with W. W. Carman eral months returned home Tuesday buy, and sell phosphate rock and tional institutions.Given pride. our

& Company, having accepted a posi- afternoon. While at Seabreeze the phosphate and other properties has

t- ti. Mr. and Mrs. Lege, who have been tion with them a couple of days ago. stork visited the Meffert home and been organized at Rockwell, Fla. Up To Die. UNIVERSITYOF

;t: at White Springs for the pat ten days The stockholders B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St.,
Mrs. Robert L. Anderson returned added another little one to the family are Ralph Barkerof
t returned home Wednesday afternoon. Evansville. Ind., writes: "For over
; home Wednesday morning from avisit nest. The little girl is now seven Connecticut, John L. Inglis, of five years I was troubled with kidneyand -

t Mrs. Kirk Johnson has returned tof' of several weeks to Louisville, weeks old and met with a warm wel- Florida, Charles U. Sheppard, of bladder affections which causedme .

her home at 1804 Highland avenue Ky. Mr. Anderson accompanied his come in Ocala by the friends of the South Carolina, Hugh D.Auchincloss. much pain and worry.I had threeof FLORIDA

f' Stephen Baker, Jno. W. Auchincloss, the best physicians who did
after a pleasant visit in Ocala.-Tampa wife home from Jacksonville. family.
and Samuel S. Auchincloss, of New me no good and I was practically
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| Tribune :Mr.: and Mrs. W. A. Goin and :Mr.: given to die.
Misses Mary and Rebecca Anderson York City. up Foley's Kidney -
\ Mr. and Mrs W. S. Pike have S. A. Standley, of this city, Mr. Cure was recommended and the first
1 who have been in Louisville,
moved back into their home on Fort and and Mrs. W. J. Smoak, of Fairfield, The reading club held a well at- bottle gave me first relief, ,and after CALSS PROVISIONFOR
Mayfield, Hopkinsville, Ky., fort the second bottle I FIRST
King avenue, next door to the homeof Capt. J. B. Martin, of Daisy, :Mr.: tended meeting afternoon was entirely
two months Tuesday "
e past returned home cured. For sale by Post Office

W. K. Zewadski.Mr. Wednesday afternoon. Louis Lang, Dexter, Messrs. Stucky with Mrs. J. J. Gerig. Miss Minnie Drug Store. m

& Tilley, of Spring Park, all left Gamsby had a very fine article on BODY- New Gymnasium splendidly Equipped.
Leon Fishel was out Tuesdayfor 'A New Citizen For Ocala..
O. W. Reagan, of Ocala, is having Tuesday for the big fair at St. Louis, "Berlin," after which the hostess ftTT AT r\* Large Faculty of Mort '
the first time since his recent The home of Mr. and Mrs FrankA. 1YJL11N JJ. Scholarly Specialist
one"of the best times
of any man on where they will see the sights for entertained the members of the club
illness. His friends are delighted Teague is greatly gladdenedby MORALS Soon a
:r severe the beach. He is on Potters's pier two weeks. e with very ralsthePuia
a very pleasant talk about a .
t over his recovery. and has the presence of a little son, who of Good CiUztnship.iiltss
everyday landed a good A boy In New York returned 500 recent interesting visit she :had with
bass.-The arrived on Sunday. The little stran- : TEE ESISIIIOT, Ul City,Fla.
j; Dr. J. G. Baskin, Mr. Robert San- many Seabreeze.Mr. to a woman who had lost it and was Gen. Lew Wallace at his home in
will be called Frank: A. Teague, jr.
ders and Mr.John Gamble were Dun- J. M. Lamb, one of Anthony s given 20 cents. The moral of this Crawfordsville, Ind. Shehad a num- -

nellon's 'representatives in Ocala prosperous merchants, was in the little children is that had the little ber of souvenirs from his home and Telephone Notice. Jerry Burnett
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Add to telephone card these
Tuesday.Mrs. city Wednesday. He says from pres- boy not given the kind lady the $500 grounds, which were interesting to names: your

'' he would not have been given the the club. Next week the meetingwill Merchant
'' ent indications the
I: J. F. Williamson, who has acreage to be 0. K. Grocery, 174.

1: been spending the summer at Warm planted to lettuce this fall will be nice 20 cents. The generosity of be held with Miss Meta Jewett. E. L. Home, Res. 175.

some people is jarring. :McKean's Lumber Yard, 126. Tailoring. -
than
Springs, Ga., with relatives, returned I larger ever before around An- The ball team which will cross bats Western Union Office, 136.

I Tuesday. thony.Mr. I I I Mr. M. L. Payne, one of :Marion's with the Ocala team'in this city on Sternberger & Phillips,Warehouse, Ocala, Florida.

: Jackson A Due, Manila, who most successful farmers and popular Gala Day are now practicing regu- 132. ". 9206t
)Ir. Burton W. Sperry, proprietorof I Finest Imported and
I is secretary to Commissioner Ide, of citizens, was in Ocala yesterday to larly every afternoon and expectto the "Fair.1'
Duval Hotel, died suddenly in Domestic Cloths. .
the the-Phillippines, arrived at Honoluluon see his daughter off to the big St. put up an interesting contest on :Mr Ben Raysor has purchased a
J Jacksonville Tuesday morning ofBright's Cutting a SpecialtyFits
Disease. the Pacific Mail liner, Korea, Louis fair. He says the caterpillars that day. The Ocala team is a good half interest in the Fair the well. Guaranteed.

K September the fift4. Mr. Due is en hare saved the farmers any further one and composed of the best playersto established grocery store, and will

Mrs. Herbert Anderson and daughters route,to the United States for his trouble.about cotton picking in his be found in the Brick City, and the devote his ,energies to increasing its
Study at Home5E
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who have been spending some I vacation and expects to visit his I II neighborhood, These little pestiferous Gainesvelle aggregation will have to trade. He is a "hustler" and makes .-y 11I4 r...

.. time Indianopolis, Indiana,return- i I Ocala friends before returning to I insects made an almost clean hustle to keep up their well earned things about him hum. Now watch leave yore hosed:'WUb eallloYscat the Tablet to Hoax Zeus stud eooitee LeiuM 4.g.roue4-"It1lMtk.Mt
1p.a.r-a.Ggu khiY&.Uurauuv nauy.
Manila. I I of the :' the Fair Latladc. Teachen aided to put naalaatfeM.''''.
ed home Wednesday. afternoon.. sweep. crop. reputatation.-Ganinesville Sun. grow., d IIK'-CIIo CIIWua&.e 44kabLijufia.riUiw.nl.
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" Nominee Peoples Party For the Vic (1] BEBBEBB 0

, Special Correspondence Ocala Banner special Correspondence Ocala Bfnn r. "

Eelleview has been very gay the Our people are busy preparing land Presidency. L
Lincoln Neb. Sept, 21.-Thomas H.Titbies. .
: past week, with a succession of par- for fall gardens. nominee, of the Peop.e's Party S S

ties. On Thursday evening the young Work on the M artel road is progressing for vice president, oases his let

:t: folks honor gave of his John brthday.Lyles a On surprise Friday in ,, efficient management satisfactorially of Capt.under Eugene theWil liams of acceptance, chairman today ot oatificatioa.The to Hon.:: S..S. e e"We NeW GOODS flue i Illilng Datig ca

letter was, in part, as follows:
evening there was a large party atI Jones.
look forward with confidenceto : bi .
i Dave Shawa,west of town. Saturday i I Rev. G. F. Austin has been a busy the coming of the time cot far in I

evening found the young people at :;: man superintending the making of the distance when the principles of

. Mr. Ramsdells for a jollification and J I i i seats, and otherwise improving Martelchurch the People's Party shall guide the
I rulers of the nation. The adherentsot
Monday night a party at !Mr and for the accomodation of all the People's Party come from all AT""The

Mrs. Bry ant's was in honor of E. H. who may attend I the missionary rally classes, wherever a: man is found m-

Lantz, while Tnerday evening the Sunday. The public is cordially invited where lives mankind and where governments S t

t Epworth League of the Methodist to attend. ; are instituted among nen, ,
; I not for the purpose of"enabling{ a few
church gave an ice cream sale in the Dr. W. R. 0. Veal, our efficientpostmaster a
to gather gold and pile it up mountain -
town hall. and merchant, is rejoicing high But for the of "
purpose advancing
t.' E. II. Lantz, of Bartow, is visitinghis over the arrival of a little grand- the human race bringing gladness to w House Yoe ill
fligftl.
, sister, Mrs. W. R. Bryant. daughter. the them T1 hearts throughout of all the the people development enabling at TftaITIeals S

! Walter Nelson and Sidney Maddox, Several years ago a Bohemian
the mind and enjoy the delights of the
. two of the Belleview school boys, family settled at York, and by close intellectual world and lay up treasure 1

left Sunday for Lake City,where:they application to business made a competency that ail the cycles of time cannot cor. n.
have entered the University of Flor by merchandising and farm' rode. To this Work more than, a mil. : \
lion men have consecrated themselves. :
ida for a course of study. ing. They could not speak the I
t They are found among the wealthyand m
. Little Alice Polly, the eleven year English language, but sent their in the ranks of the wage earners ,

old daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. A. children to school, who soon learnedto wherever a heart yearns to see our o And Beginning Next
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. Polly, had the misfortune of stepping read and write. Last year the mountains and valleys, our cities and 1
i plains inhabited by a people whose
on a nail Saturday causing a pain- husband and father was taken serious
heads are clear whose hearts are loving
ful but not dangerous wound. On ly ill, but persistently refused to and whose hands are adept at all

,. Monday night Mrs. F. E. Bulkley have a physician called in until death things useful. They seek not the advantage .
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was unfortunate, enough to meet with ensued, from the effects of which of one class, but of all class
es., They believe that theprinciples ,
the same accident, both victims however deep sorrow and sadness fastened
inundated in our platform will furnish .
are doing nicely. their fangs upon the heart of the a foundation for the building UD m.

The Rev. Mr. Martin, presiding widow. She brooded over her loss of such a nation and such a people."

elder of this district, paid his duart- until last Thursday, when she fastened :;1 We 83
will have the finest assort
display
erly visit here Sunday.Mrs. a rope around the joist of her NEGRO HANGED AT FORSYTH. m on W

Jag. Shedd and son are spend room, stood upon her bed and fastened First: Legal Execution in the County In
,.: ing a few days in Ocala. the guests of securely the other end of the rope
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Sixty Years. ment of DRESS GOODS and NOTIONS
Mrs. T. C. Hall. around her neck,and leaped from the Forsyth Ga., Sept. 21.-Smith m :

Mr. D. W. Boone is moving his bed, but being a strong lady the rope brooks a negro man, who was convicted

family to Winter Park. broke and she fell prostrate the at the August term of Monroe eup
/ upon that has been to this Q I
rior court, b i ever brought city.
Several ladies met Monday after- floor, her neck and throat being bad- was hanged in the Jail here i '
Monday at 11:15 o'clock
by Shexifl
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noon with Mrs. S. R. Thomas fora ly bruised by the strain. A kind 4j
George Newton. The negro'I neck was
"Quilting Bee." Mrs. Thomas family has taken this unfortunate broken by the fall and death came In

. expects to leave shortly for Manateeto lady to their home to minister to her about six minutes. m a : ;

join Mr. Thomas who has been necessities and calm her troubled This is the negro who on the even

there for some months. mind. The children most of whom I per:ng,of went the to 25th the of store June.of Just J. M.after Maddox sup L I We have spared no pains to secure the D1 1 1;

Mr. B. B. McCaa, auditor for theS. aregrown, have the sympathy of the of Brent, Ga. and after having'some
.A. L. was here going over the books: words with = .
community him stabbed him to the
preparatory to Mrs. McPhail resuming Cotton Plant school with Miss heart with a knife. Mr. Maddox died Pa best that the Market could produce, :and m ..
her !n a few minutes. This is! the
position. Mr. secondI
Laveigue who Jamie Folks as teacher, and Martel I
hanging that has ever occurred In Mon.I
has been substituting!: here for the school with Miss Julia Curthill as roe county. The first was a white I

,r past month, will go to a station on teacher, have each opened under man, which occurred about sixty years I we think that when you see the goods you m \: '

the southern part of the line. favorable auspices, each having f ago. m

' FIEMINOTON NOTES.JOSH.- twenty odd pupils in attendance.MARTEL.Has SWALLOWED BY QUICKSAND. W will agree with us and say that Jno: one tam 1

Mother Powerless to Render Aid, Seo a

fepeda Corresponilencs Ocala Banner Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's Daughter Perish. I could have done any better
Cough Remedy
Mr. New York. Sept. 21.-Within
C. J. Mixon, of Gainesville, sight
I, I have sold Chamberlain's CoughRemedy of her mother who was powerless tn .
and fIr. Charlie Smith of Valdosta, I f ,
for more than twenty years render assistance the 4-year-old'daug' I
were In our berg Tuesday._ and it has given entire satisfaction.I 1. ter of James Kinley a mechanic ft j jI I& We have bought in large quantities, and 'in W

Mr. J. Mixson and wife, of Centrwere I have sold a pile or it and can recommend Port Washington,L. I., has been swallowed b
the guest of Mr. Ji'. E. Smoak it highly.JOSEPH McELHLNEY up by iuicksand. Her mother I
Linton, Iowa. You will fell unconscious and is now in a dangerous EJ '
Tuesday, find this remedy a good friend when condition. pIt 4 1 so doing; we can pffer them to you at prices
We had
a very interesting prayer troubled with a cough or cold. The little girl was at play only a
meeting and singing at our church always affords quick relief and is few feet from home near the shore cJ :

Tuesday night.. All are cordially f invited pleasant to take. For sale by All the sound when she stepped into a that, Quality considered can't be matched
to be present again on Friday Druggist. m murky pool left by recent rains. The ,
, water was only 2 feet deep but th
night. Tin next visit lu OcaU of Dr E. T,
bottom of the pool quicksand.
was
Our protracted meeting will begin Allen, the evt, far. nee and tlin-at airs Kinley rushed to the spot to b V= : UJ
.
surgeon of Tampa will let>Tbunul '
here next Sunday and continue for a y snatch her daughter fron the orate
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Sept 22, at the Momezuma hut. l. 0
week. All are cordially invited to and was horrified to see her slowly We will endeavor UJd
attend. Inaugurating a Movement to Populate disappear from the sand.. to keep up the high

: Mr. James G. Robinson made.aflying Florida. KILLED HIS MOTHER .LAW.

, trip to Ocala Wednesday. Mr. II. M. Flagler, president of the d standard of our store and we would ask
Mr. East Coast Then George Tillry Shot ills SleW
Scruggs, Mclntosh! was here railway, has formulated a Wife. .
Monday on business. He of plan for inducing settlers to the state.
speaks Raleigh N C., Sept. 21-At the fall
" going into the mill 'business!: at this He has opened a bureau of informa- the Neuse cotton mills, 12 miles crn Ii: that if anything goes wrong, and you know PJ : -

place soon. tion in Chicago and other ;vests from Raleigh, George Tillry, a young
. Miss Maggie Vaughan, of Orange cities concerning the present status farmer: shot and killed his mother-in-

; Lake, visited her parents at Fleming- of things in Florida and the possibilities law, Mrs. Lowry and then shot and Bi& things do sometimes that $
seriously wounded his wife, who was\, you come to us j
r ton this of the
'- week. future and is displaying at the time sick In bed and had in het 't
Mixson Bros., sold another 1900 Ibs. handsome and numerous samplesof arms a babe two weeks old.

t. of cotton Monday and have several its products. His road has The man did the shooting while ia and tell us about it. Whatever it be W
rage because Mrs. Lowry was i in may ,
written
more pounds on hand for sale. many western roads outlining
... F fluencmg his wife so that she refusedto
Mr. J. C. Mathews visited Ocala a colonization plan and asking themto
move to another farm (they having
Monday. join with him in putting on low colonization l lived there since their marriage on you can rest assured that we will do"allf in

Mr. H. M. Sherouse, of Central, { rates this winter Florida year ago with the wife's mother.

, was In our berg Tuesday.We points. Notwithstanding the fact FRUIT GROWERS'CONVENTION. d our power to remedy the defect.
notice in last week's issue of that hitherto Florida has been considered i- UJ 1 ]

:< the Star, Rev II. C. Martin, of Fort a semi-tropical country, given Will Organize Assertion Composed ot<

McCoy takes exception at somethingai.t over to pleasure seekers in wintertime Several States. '
Jacksonville. Fla.. Sept, 21 -Thfl
regarding the experience of two. and deserted' in summer time.
& i fruit: and vegetable growers and tof
." of our young people at the Fort McCoy air. Flagier declares that it is one k -- --manufacturers- from Georgia,

barbecue. We would suggestthat the garden spots of the earth, and Alabama, Mississippi and Florida, an
it had been should have in session h:re for the of Patronize the
better if the reverened a population as denseas purpose opganlzing d j Home '
Merchant.
au a- Delation to be knows
gentleman had kept silent becausethe any of the eastern states. fd
as the Fruit and Vegetable company.The
stuck pig is usualy the .
one that
One Hundred.and Costs;. object of the compact Is to ta
squeals. BLUE BIRD. cilltate: the market.ng of fruits and ye '
Sam ,
BIcGill and Peter
Jackson, etables and to make an effort to scrate _
Cured of Brljht's Disease. two backers of the Belleview ColoRed red cure better markets. AND TRADE ATe

., Geo. A. Sherman, Lisborn ; baseball aggregation that played tfiescan convention Is to continue in ses &i ,

Mills Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: Ocala colored nine on Tuesday, were for two__days. r1 (
v "I had kidney disease for arrested by Deputy Hutson on a -
had taken a well known kidney many years medicine ;it charge of carrying concealedweapons. New Pension Applications. J.!

and other remedies that Justice Waid on Wednesday Columbus, Ga., Sept. 20.-Forty- ti 8
'- recommended but got no relief were until sentenced these young sports to; new applications for pensions, tbe
I began using Foley's Kidney Cure. pay one hundred dollars and costs or most of them from Indigent Confeder. II. B.
The first half bottle relieved me and do time on our hard roads for ninety ate veterans, have been filed with ,Ordinary MASTERS.
, four bottles have cured me of this days. At last accounts they had Redd. There are already oa i
F terrible disease. Before I began tak good prospects of taking the 1 last the rolls 210 pensioners from Musco- .a -
., named dose as a reminder that gee coiicty. This county received
ingFoley'sKidneyCure I had to make
should not have pang 112,000 In pension money last winter. '
dangerous
water every fifteen minutes, day and wen .
concealed on their in Chicago! Sept. 21.-Alexander Fullerton :
night, and passed a brick-dust sub persons times -
stance. I beleive I would have diedif of peace.FOLEYSIiONIYANDTAR. of New York, was today reelected ; OC LA, FLORIDA. i

I had not taken Foley's Kidney general secretary and treasurer I
Cure. For sale by Post Office,Drug of the American Association,, of ,4:

Store. m ..tbec'O. Theosophical Society at the concluding aa8aa8O: Ii.
: hand heal.luh session of the convention. 3

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i VOL. JLKXIX, NO 10, OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTJIEBER
l I 23, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAH


USA HI212ST5 RABBIS Local Editor Mr. George C. Camp, of White Mrs. J. H. Dean Miss Dessie Gen. John C. DeVant, prominent -GO TO-

1t" Springs, is in the city on a visit to Leavengood, Miss Turnipseed and lawyer of Brooksville, has been on a .

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. the family his uncle, Col. W. N. several other Ocala people returned professional visit to Ocala for the THE FAIR.

: s' Camp.Mr. home Saturday from a pleasant out-' past several days. The General rep

Rev. L. B. Warren has returned E. Ii.Brice formerly of Books- ing at Lake Weir. ports everything serene and peacefulin FOR- --

from a trip to Atlanta.Mr. ville, but more recently of Carlsbad Mrs. R. C. Burt of Ozello and her I his section. STAPLE '

New Mexico, is in Ocala with a droveof daughter, Mrs. F. :M. Long and children Mr. and Mrs. George R. McKean GROCERIES I FANCY(
Chan. H. Lloyd, of Holder
,horses. of Holder, who have been spend- left Saturday afternoon for Sarasota F
pent Saturday in the cjty. .
iuding the summer in Camden S. C., to spend several days with :\Ir.Ic- White
l -- -- Miss Rosalie Falk, of Palatka who House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.

)Ir. CUton Camp went down to has been spending several weeks in were in Ocala Friday on their way Kean's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D.lcKeal1. '!

to their homes.J. .:\ They will also visit Tampa 21 Pounds Good Rice For $I.OO.
Sarasota Monday to spend a week. Ocala with Mrs J. C. Norwood returned -

home Saturday.Mr. W. Patton departed yesterdayfor and mayextend their trip as far as We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens, ,

( o1.T. P. Lloyd of Inverness spent -- Key West. i
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Monday with hid Ocala friends. I IJr. R. C. Camp has returned home I Ocala and points Marion county, Eggs, and All Kinds of Country Produce
I Mrs. John W. Pearson and daughter -i
where he will
for the
engaged next
after an absence of some weeks, I

) William Cuthill of :Martel was I which he spent in North Carolina, .. few days in surveying and locating Miss I Alta, returned home Saturday -' B. L. HALL Prop.
afternoon from Harrisonburg and
in town on business Monday. Virginia and Kentucky. valuable property-Gainesville Sun. : ,

r .- -- St. Jo, Missouri where they have West Side Public Square. Qeala, Fit

f Mr RobU Blake has returned froma NrN and :Mrs 0. M. Eaton and little Winter visitors have already begunto been spending the summer with rela- .

visit to relatives in Brooksville.The son have gone to Hot Springs Ark- arrive in Ocala. Mrs.Forkel, Mrs. tives. On their way home they --- -

f sans, to spend a few weeks having Kuster and Miss Mildred Buster, of stopped ten days at St. Louis and

reading club will meet this departed on Friday.. New Jersey are at the Ocklawaha Inn took in the great fair. ; REMEMBER !
afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Gerig.
for the season. -- I
I Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Moody re- Mrs. Edward Hiller and daughters!
Mr. G. W. Stevens of Fellowship, Mrs. Gabriel T. Palmer and little
r I tured to Palatka Sunday afternoon who have been spending some time ;
was in tne city Friday on business. son, Stephen of Washington.Ga., are
after a short visit here with Mr. I near Nashville Tenn., are now; on a
'- endersonvlle N. C.with Mr. and
at l visit to the fair at St Louis.
:
Moody's mother.Mr. :
Mr,1 j
F MJc Daisy :Milligan of Dunnellon,
Mn N. M. Allred. Mrs. Palmer was Our in New
Sidney Hiller is:: with them. Later' Buyers are
visitor to Ocala on Saturday.
wan II. Clark the
Hunt pleasant Miss
formerly Lilias Allred of this they will go to New York, where they !

Mrs, N. O. Mathis 'has returned young city ticket agent of the Southern city. ___ ___-__ will be joined by Mr. Hiller.

home from a visit to relatives at Lake railway at Jacksonville spent Sun- Miss Shellie Souter is the guest of York{ buying our Fall

day with friends in the city. Colonel Frank Harris, of Ocala,
City. her aunt Mrs. J. B. Netf in Jackson-
passed through Jacksonville Sun-
r Mr. ieoge Chambers is back at his Mr. and Mrs. F.1.. Brown, of ville. After remaining there for a and Winter Stock.Consequently ,
day on his way to Lake City, wherehe
old post as night clerk at the' Ocala the Brown House, Silver Springs, few days she will go on to Macon,
F will be present at the opening of
house.r spent Monday in Ocala with their Ga., to continue her studies at the
the Uniniversity of Florida. He had we are
Mr. Q. A. Carmichael4has gone to daughter, Mrs. B. F. Sands. Wesleyan Female College.Mr. .
f with him about six: young men of

Hot Springs, Ark., to spend several :Mrs.: Sylvester after a few weeks' and Mrs. Edward Holder who Marion county, who are going to Remnant
selling our ( )
weeks.MU pleasant! visit to her son, John, W., have been traveling in Ireland and attend the school.-Times-Union.
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Lillian Farris has gone to in this city returned to her home in other European countries for several hiss Johnnie Gattis who has beenso -

months, arrived in New York Tues- S Goods
ummer
Center, where she will teach school: Jacksonville Monday. seriously ill for many weeks at the great--
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--- -- day. They will remain north for I
thU year. home of her uncle and aunt Rev.
)Ir. and Mrs. J. II. Spencer and some weeks before returning to their ,
and Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, left Monday lyred uced prices Come
)Ir. J. H. Benjamin, foreman of the children and Mr. and Mrs. Will Ho- home. ,
afternoon for Seabreeze, where she
Ocala Star, has gone Seabreeze fora gan returned home Sunday; from a
Mr. Lidclon returned
G. T. has .'
v 1 recuperate for several weeks.

khort visit.MUaMcta. .--' .--._ c week's onting at Shell Island. home from Alachua, where he had S'i": was accompanied by Ocala's ef- and get what you wantat

: Jewett returned home Mr. S. A. Rawls left Friday for baen to deliver his fine horse, f. ''ant trained nurse, Mrs. Clara

Saturday from a week's visit to Nebraska where his wife and baby "Tramp" to :Mr. J. L. Mathews. Baraside. half price.

f friends at Dufinellon. and the guests of relatives. Mr. Tramp is four years old and took the Mr. P. Wilson Green principal of

prize at the Florida state fair several the academy at Belleview a
Rawls will bring them home shortly. was
Mr. Richard S. Hall went down toSteraper
--- years ago. I prominent visitor to our city Satur-
Monday afternoon for a short I
Mrs. E. P. Thagard and childrenleft Mrs. S. Lester Patterson and little I day. Prof. Green says that things at

business visit. for Ocala this morning after .THE BOSTON
daughter who have been spendingthe Belleview have a bright outlook and STORE.

# )Ir. and Mrs. Earl I. Pearson of spending some time here at the Crad- summer months in the mountainsof the school is growing in numbers and .

Holder, are in the city on a visit to dock House.-St. Augustine Record. Virginia and in New York City, usefulness. He says that he will send

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two students to the of -- - -- -
their parents. arrived in Ocala Monday and are the Univerity
When troubled with constipation tryChamberlain's
-- of Mrs. Patterson's parentsMr. Florida this year and is preparing
Stomach and Liver guests
Mr. E. L. Freyermouth and family
Tablets. They are easy to take and .and Mrs J. M.Barco at the Savoy.'What's others to go next season. 125 Bushels Onion Sets.
returned Monday from a few days'visit - -
produce no griping or other unpleas-t l "TEETHINA" as its name implies
the matter with
to friends in Tampa. Garrage'svoice
ant effect. For sale by all Is used by every mother wise,
? It sounds like a fog horn." _
To convulsions that
Mips Tillie Pasteur of this city is stay come on
Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of
out in the
"Why Garrage was When teething time begins to dawn.
the of the Misses Grace and We will on September 1st have for sale 125 Buthela
guest Atonement was celebrated here country: with his auto yesterday, and For nausea, vomiting and the

Hattie Hartwell in Jacksonville. :Monday with appropaiate services some one stole his squawker. So all weak irritable stomach of children; of Onion Sets-the Bermuda and Silver Skin. < .

and all of the Jewish stores were nothing equals Dr. Moffett's TEETHINA" -
l the in he honk-honked with it.
fliers and little way
Mrs J. B. son are .
.
It aids digestion
1 (teething powders) -
this week with Mrs. Hiel'b'J"tt'r closed. -Cleveland Plain Dealer.Mr. and .
I spending i regulates the bowels.Mr. Ocala Seed Store.
Mr. W. M. Ross and family have
Mrs. W. V. Newsom.Mn .
T. H. Wallis has just returned S. C. Savage has just returned -
returned to Ocala to live greatly to
home from a very enjoyable visit to from Clayno Bradford county,
S. R. and children
Whaley re- the delight of their friends here. They
the World's Fair. Mrs. Wallis, who Mathews I
where he and Hon. Geo. G. : -
tnrned home afternoon froma
Friday will occupy their pretty little homeon
was with him stopped over with are running a wood business. He
visit to friends at Gainesville.Mrs. Ocklawaha' avenue. !.. .! i! ....!!!!l IIIiIL SifSSBSP
relatives in Savannah for a few weeks says that they are prospering finely If'So

Nathan Mayo and baby, of Mr. D. M. Bryan, of Hawtnorne, before coming home. with excellent future prospects.This .
WE EAT MEAT
'' Summerfield, are the guests of 3layo'sparents who has been the guest of his son, The Ocala 'Electric & Plumbing paper hopes that this firm will J .

Dr. and Irs.W.V. Newsom. Mr. T. D. Bryan and family for several Company of this city yesterday received continue to tarn their industrious To grow strong. Unleaa we get I

days left for home aturda).,, an inquiry. from a gentleman efforts into coin. c loaf meat we may a* "'fUlti
Dr. Arthur L. Izlar left Friday for .-- --- \
residing at Albany, N. Y., in regardto Mr. Anthony Carlingham Finzel :,Y .f/ ; it alone. There I, hO strength
Mrs. J. H. Pittman and little y
Va. He will several laEl r"'
Roanoke
spend Elst in tough ni**t-ln teacl of giving .
the Country Home Water Supply who has been the guest of Mr. Em- ;
daughter, Dorothy, have returned to .
+
weeks in and around that interesting
Company, which this firm is adver- mett Robinson for the past two stI I it take* "trt-ngtbtodtget(
their home in Jacksonville after
a
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place.Metra.. ::... stI
tising in the Ocala Banner. weeks returned to his home at East 'tfi f.: it, It pays to lie careful ID
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
.
.
l L. Horne and Walter Ray, f I
Lake Weir Saturday. Mr. Finzel .. buying u et-Us sure to gt
Pittman.Mr. Miss Hattie who has been a tI' 'Z
prominent turpentine operators of Dye will return to Ocala before the 30th iS s, ". the beit-tender and 'I..**.,
Emmett Robinson went downto the summer with friends in 1 d .)"' I
this county, spent Monday in Jack- spending to complete preparations for the pro- "'frI" Pay a little more If uvtti be and I
Stemper Monday afternoon wherehe Cincinnati and on the coast of Jlass- \ .JI
sonville. duction of Sherlock Holmes on thatevening. put ftomeJblng In your vUmiaet
has accepted a position with the achussetts returned home Saturday '.
United States Commissioner ,David itZ4',' ","r "i.-'t.:. which will (Hit Ceh on y-r
i'" ; ;
Messrs. Hall at their turpentine still. morning. Miss Dye also spent a ''' t
S. Williams, of Ocala is in the city t i 4 .e I.f1.Y bone. and strong t.loc*| I iu )vur j
3 week at St. Louis taking in the Mr. J. H. Rafferty, the pleasant I ID 4.. "">'
1 for a few days visiting friends.-Times- The DeLand correspondent of the I 51
World's Fair. ;and accommodating district passen- [3
Times-Union says the Painter printer -
Unlon. ARDS"'BROS.
1
ger agent for the Georgia Southern ED"TN
)" at that place has just received a Mr. Valentine Fant an old and valued rand

Mrs. J. A. Bouveir, and children new'"Octopus." Hope it isn't dan- subscriber* who has been on Florida railway with headquar I Stall* 2 anti ./'lly: Market, Onila, Ma. 1ID

returned home Monday afternoon ters at Jacksonville was in Ocala I !

from a visit to relatives at Orange gerous. our list for over twenty years, was in Friday interviewing j the members [ g ::E ;tHii F ..P Hl"'V f
Miss Eloyse Izlar left Friday for a Ocala Saturday and re-enrolled his
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Lake. ___ I of the Ocala Rifles anent their pro- . ,
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visit to friends and relatives at -
books. Mr.
on our subcription ,
Mrs. 0. A. Farris, who has been name posed trip to St. Louis and he says I 1
Savannah, Spartanburg and Black- Fant is the founder of Fantville and: :
Mr. and Mrs. Ion L. Farris in he has them booked over his road
visiting vile, S. C., and other places. She is one of the prosperous and well to I: ,and the "Diyie Flyer." '
Jacksonville for a month has returned ThAwuINedsAre I
expects to be away two months. do farmers of our county. I <

home. Mr. Abram L. Ross, of Gaiterville,
Mr. J. C. Lusk, the popular young of core Indications of son form of stomach t
Prof. Marion, of the University one of the old timers, made ,us a
FOR SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle division passenger agent"of the Southern 4w. trouble, biliousness or a bad liter. Malaria will
Florida was in Ocala Friday on pleasant call Saturday and left his next overtake yon. Don't risk It, and above ail :J

three furniture.Colts< two J.Mares S. LEWIS, household, railway with headquarters at his return from an extended trip to usual annual contribution for; the / \; floa'tUkec: c orquMno! ; -botliftredaagcrtwa -

8-261m Irvine Florida. Jacksonville spentFriday in Ocala, south Florida. Prof Marion has been I continuance of the Ocala Banner, 1 \ HERBINE
being en'route home from a visit to
with the college for the past ,nine which he has been doing regularlyfor
Mrs. Otto Mente and children re- Tampa I'
years and,says every year it is get- the past thirty years. Mr. Ross is has all their rlrtue*-not of their
turned home Sunday afternoon from r
S. A. Standley, of Ocala, is one of ting in better shape and is preparedto hale and hearty and has just celebrated deadly effects. HERMNS> takenregularly
a visit to Mr. Mente, who is now in : trill foresail beaUacbea,pot
the most reliable stock men in the do better,work. The prospects for I his 79 birthday. He is, we are the digestive organs la perfect: eomU*

Jacksonville. whole state of Florida. It matters the coming year are brighter than pleased to note, looking hale and tloo Bead off Uliousocsa,laeaduhca i
1 ia ;
liver Ul. keep you goalllt.:
Mrs. Henry B. Stokes returned not what you get from the house of ever before. He was here it the in- hearty.FOLETSliONEYAXDTAR. TRY IT TO BAY.3tlo .

home Saturday afternoon from a ten S.. A. Standley & Co., you can' rest terests of the University and will M- ar.... AI tlbmi&at&

day'e very delightful visit to Orange assured of honest treatment-Dunn- take seven students from Ocala to

Springs. ellon Advocate. I the University this year. I .to..tlut .ghandhea1-lcugc For Sale byti-Monopoly Drug Store.







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and gu53tep f. tE: and a got r anrts SDBS Or "far SfefThf in1l.Inri: !:; Seat: ::hfo 11 1a23r&rrloninrcimi Df-

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oixmr_ and bw aliirajt' i ec adefigsf121 sue: thel ripe i lead m the chnn. e t:. s ':HaTfunr.a i e1 (erh'din r ...

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VOL. AXX1X, NO_- OUALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTMEBER, 23. 1904 DOLLAR; A YEARI

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ILISASETH BABSIS Local Editor ,'.!, .. ......-__ -
USA t THE, OPENING OF THE Referring to national matters, the .1"f-l !.Ui""u". : '"%' ,

speaker paid a glowing tribute to the i

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN.A dauntless courage and splendid quali-


t Sheriff P. H. Nugent was on a visit Review of MacFarlane and Gunby's said fications that he of is Theodore possessed Roseve of wealth t. and He I MAIL ORDERS i T p o _AGENTS FOR

1{ Jacksonville yesterday. Speeches the Two in Parties Ocala-Contrasted.the Policy of can take his ease, so in resigning his I I ATTENDED TO R H E I II A R I'J' ij STANDARD '

position as assistant secretary of the PROMPTLY I PATTERNS

Mr. D. A. Clark, of Martel spent Owing to the lateness of the hour navy, joining the army and going,to

yesternay in Ocala. at which Messrs. MacFarlane and Cuba with the "Rough Riders," show-

Gunby closed their speeches in this I
ed that he true American
Miss Frances Anderson is now in possesses I MATCHLESSLY LOW PRICES on Fall Nov. II
city Wednesday night it was impos- grit and his conduct at San Juan hill I '
Paughkeepsie, N. Y., where she is at-
sible for us to review them at any was commendable and heroic. elties, Silks and Wool Dress Goods and 'Vomen's t"i
tending Vassar College, ,
length.Mr. ;;
The speaker was quite severe in his

Mr. N. G. NorswortHy,of McIntosh, MacFarlane, being a candidatefor criticism of Judge Parker and quot. Walking Skirts) etc

is on a visit to the World's Fair at governor, felt impelled to review ing from the Irish-American, a news- z: .. n
the record of his opponent, Hon. .. ::0C'
St. Louis. paper printed in New York city, repeating zOI
Na-I
poleon B. Broward, the the charge that the distin- : -out Sole of Dress Goods. t2
Louis Chazal has returned to New candidate, and in doing so was aided guished democratic nominee for pres- losing Wash ; ire ,
' :
: York to resume his studies in that by :Mr. Broward's book. Inhis refer o =
ident had stated in a grocery store at M
ence to the contents of this little -J In order not to carryover we offer balance of our y
city.Mr. Esopus that a dollar a day was enough U tJ
Henry Daisone of Gaines book the speaker was facetious and to pay for unskilled labor and that he :c

ville's most popular young men, is in I followed in the footsteps blazed out was sorry to pay even that much, and summer stock at reduced prices .. m 0
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: so familiarly by Hon. Robt. W. Davis == ",..
the city.Mr. I. argued that Judge Parker if elected rJJ "If #

C. C. Priest, of Kendrick, and in the primary campaign, and it I would give an unwilling and unfriendly -0s ."

:. Mr. W. T. Henderson of Lynne, goes almost for the saying that he ear to the demands of labor. O

were circulating among their Ocala was not so happy in his pictures as II )McFarlane spoke for an hour Our.domestic department offers few cases of yard > .::

.* friends yesterday. was the inimitable Palatka democrat. and a half (it seemed longer than that ,, 3
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Mr. Davis' references pleasan- Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale fll
were to the democrats in the audience) and wide bleaching at

Lewis Liddell, who for several tries and compelled ripples of laughter was accorded an attentive hearing.Mr. ... .

years has been a sailor, is at home ; Mr. MacFarlane's were tinctured Gunby was next introduced and ..... 7 1-2 cents per yard. ?n1C

4 for a few day's visit to his aunt, Miss with just a little vinegar which spoiled spoke for about the same length of .
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Fannie Clark. the ginger. lIe said the book wasa i time. Very few,speakers in Floridaare

i I s We would call the attention of our trivial production and emanatedfrom :I more eloquent, insinuating and FLOOR COVERINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS. ,-
a trivial mind. This.was a little..
: readers to the advertisement in this pleasing that Ed Gunby and he seem-

, morning's paper of the Ocala Wood harsh. The intelligent voters of the I ed to have been at his best Wednes-

state read the book very carefullyand day night. .
; Yard.
the result shows that they placeda n -=-=", "JnIJ.-"" ,'" :II! ,,_
He said he felt at home in Ocala,
! Mrs. W. W. Geiger and Mrs. Neal it. )Ir.
estimate
different upon
>. for it was here, almost in the identi-

j t i'I and children, of Geiger, Fla., arrived' MacFarlane went further in his criticism cal spot, that he made the second political I fying rays of the sun, the fall of the For example, let us take up the cigar congress to precipitate the war

I in Ocala yesterday on a visit to the of the modest little book. He speech he ever attempted, and rain and the dew, which make the industry of Tampa, about which against Spain and with the same non

I, F ladies' sister, Mrs. W. D. Graham. said that further along in its pages as' the people here treated him so crops grow and mature, and through Mr. Gunby so eloquently referred aEhaving chalance Mr. Gunby points to the

has returned to the author acknowledged that he was nicely on that occasion he has which the farmer and throngh him built up a magnificent city in liberation of Cuba and our possession
\ Miss Effie Stone
I" c' her home in Chattanooga, Tenn., the owner of the "Three Friends"and loved them ever since and if he gets the whole earth is blessed, to the ac- that delightful portion of Florida. 'of Porto Rico and the Philippine asa

after a visit of some weeks with relatives that he eluded the revenue cut into congress Ocala can get what she t _11 of a political party rather than There are, we shall say, one hundred part of the effulgent glory that

: ters and furnished arms and ammunition wants. t' tue well-known processes and im- cigar manufacturers in the city. They clusters about the name of the repub
in this city. *
I to the Cuban patriots which I His likening the democratic party; m..able laws of nature. have, like all who are granted special lican party.

Rev. Louis B. Warren,who stopped in a measure enabled them to gain I tojthe moon and the republican part; We have just been told by the farmers privileges, grown rich and have made Like the average members of hU

I t over for a week at White Springs their freedom. This, Mr. MacFar to the sun was original and poetic. of this county that the catterpillars their surroundings rich. This means, party he lays claim to the whole earth

after his trip to Atlanta, returned lane said! was a confession from Mr. He said the democratic party was have about destroyed the and there is no escaping the proposi and the fulness thereof.Mr. .

l' home yesterday. Broward that he had violated the like the moon because it is so varia cotton crop. Can this misfortune be tion,.that every man who smokes a Gunby's rhetoric was polishedand

I laws of his country and had he made ble and changeable; it is sometimesfull reasonably attributed to the misrule t cigar must pay tribute to the Tampa pleasing; his anecdotes were
Anderson
and Mrs. William
Dr. the confession any time before the and sometimes half full (just likeso and mismanagement of the republican manufacturer. Nearly every man in cleverly told and his references to

1 and son, Willie, went down to Dunn statute of limitation against this par many democrats); it is sometimes I party? To do so would be unreasonable Mr. Gunby's audience was a con- Judge Parker, Mr. Bryan and other

l," ellon yesterday, afternoon, where had he would silvery and sometimes golden; and is I Yet followed of tobacco
ticular crime expired I and unfair. sumer yet scarcely one democratic leaders were hightoned
week ten days.
or
will spend a
r h they have been tried by the federal courts; sometimes, indeed, very frequentlyon I to its conclusion, this is the line of was a manufacturer; yet all these and respectful and his speech M "a

Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson, Misses as a malefactor and sent to serve for a the wane. Judge Parker he de Mr. Gunby's contention.Mr. "users of the weed" must pay tri- whole, from the Rooseveltan point of

' r ifr: Frances and Lillian Anderson, of this term of years in one of the federal scribed as the "man-in-the-moon." Gunby said that the distinctive bute to the little handful of manu- view, was an admirable production,

r". city, were registered at the Times- penitentiaries instead of being elevated At first he was almost indistinct but 1 I difference between the democratic facturers. but his premises and conclusions were

' Union exhibit, St. Louis fair, a few to the higest executive office of a II as he was observed more closely he ,, party and the republican party.briefly This is true of every other protected fallacies.In .

f days ago. sovereign state. became more recognizable. In other stated, is the following: the democratic I industry. The consumer pays the Praise of Chamberlain's CoDa t

This may have been true, but it is 'I words, until he secured his nomina party if for levying a tariff at price and the tax beside. The great Cholera and Oiarnhoea Remedf.
Mrs. Richard S. Hall and children
very doubtful, though many a hero tion the judge was as an Egyptian all believes in levying it for revenue steel trust does not deny that it sells Allow me to give you a few words

and Mrs. Hall's sister, Miss Mattie has suffered a worse fate. I sphynx but as soon as he secured the 1 1i i only, while the republican party believes its products to the foreign buyer for in praise of Chamberlain's Colic

Williams, who have been spendingthe If the American colonies, in their plum he out-Heroded republican orgoldjdemocrat ', in levying a tariff both for revenue twenty-five per cent less than it Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyltsayslr.
I
summer at Waynesville, N. C.,, John Hamlett,of Eagle Pass,
struggles for independence had been in his declaration for and protection, and along this does to the American buyer. Every Texas. "I suffered one week with

arrived home yesterday i unsuccessful, George Washington may the gold standard. Like the man-in- line he discussed the republican policy American farmer who buys an implement bowel trouble and took all kinds of

Little Allie, daughter of air and I have been hanged as a traitor, but as I the-moon he said Judge Parker would very strongly. for his farm pays largely medicines without getting relief when,

Mrs. A. T. Swarts, will entertain a the world was spared that melancholy go into total eclipse on the 8th of No Let's see how this is? is for more than his Canadian or 4 Europeanor my friend Mr. C. Johnson, a mer
The province of government I chant here advised to take this
vember. If the almanac is searchedhe me
number of her young friends at a catastrophe, Washington is every Asiatic neighbors. This is what
the protection of its citizens in the remedy. After taking one dose I felt
this afternoon from 3:30( where regarded as a patriot and the said it would be, found that the Mr. Gunby's matchless policy does
lawn party enjoyment of their individual, civil, greatly relieved and when I had taken
to 5:30, at the Club Iiou3e.r Cubans have erected a pedestal and moon would be totally invisible on and property rights. It is for the farmer at his door. It buildsup the third dose was entirely cured. I

on it have placed Napoleon B. Brow that date. While the moon reflected religious the few at the exPense of the thank you from the botton of my

The Fair carries a complete line of ard alongside of this man, who to i only borrowed light, and never built not the duty of government to gh'eits many. We call it robbery, pure and heart for putting this great remedyin
groceries. Every citizens employment or monetaryaid. ( the hands of mankind." For sale
and
staple fancy Americans was "first in war, first in a fire nor turned a wheel, he declared simple, and God's definition of it is ,
fresh and no old stock to own Why? Because the governmentis by All Druggist. m
is ,
thing peace, and first in the hearts of his the sun reflected its light, the same as ours.
if in the money-making business;
110 not
push off. Just call up phone gave out its own heat, warmed and Mr. looney With tho Bentley-Oray
countrymen. dollar And it is not true that it gives a home
it does not possess a except
you want anything right now. vitalized the .whole earth, was unva- Company
Instead of being hanged Washington its citizensin market for either agricultural or manufactured -
which it takes from
riable unchangeable and eternal in that )Morgan C. Looney, of this city,
made Napoleon ,
to president as
Mr. Osco Zewadski, who went was the form of taxation, hence it is products because we bragof

Manassas, Va., and to the fair at St. B. Broward will be made governor. the heavens. In every way he affirmed not right for a government to put t our export trade when the wants who for some months past has been
orb like the traveling for Everett Ridley, Reagan
the democrats this brilliant was g. o. ,
Louis with J. L. I.'s, returned home ::\MacFarlane: rapped of men, women and children at our
and reports his trip a most hard over the knuckles in telling p. in stability, the same yesterdaytoday into the pockets of one man what it own doors go unsupplied for the & Company of Atlanta, Ga., is now
yesterday
and in the has taken from the pockets of anotherman. with the Bently-Gray dry goods company
the various democratic candi and to-morrow,
delightful one in every respect. what reason that they are unable to buy.
dates said against each other in the distribution of its blessings was uni A conduct of this charactercan Hon. John T. Morgan, of Alabama, I I of Tampa. Mr. Looney will

Mrs. M. Fishel and son, Mr. Leon democratic primary campaign and form and impartial, showering them not be justified on any moral or now almost "in the sear and yellow continue to make Ocala his head

Fishel, left yesterday for Wetumpka, handled the Sheats-Holloway controversy upon the just and the unjust. equitable grounds. There is but two leaf," has nearly worn out his life in quarters. Mr. Looney is well knownall

time with rela from his said that during the ways of making money. One way is over the state and enjoys a splendid
Gunby
Ala., to spend some to the best advantage Mr. the one endeavor to arouse a sentiment -
tives and where the latter expects to point of view. He said if what Sheats reign of :Mr. Cleveland this country to make it yourself;the other way is to .i that would culminate in the reputation as a traveling salesman

.' recuperate after his recent severe said about Holloway and what passed through a series of most un take it from the man who*does makeit. construction of an isthmian canal 'I I and the Bently-Gray Co., are

illness.At Holloway ,said about Sheats were precedented hardtimes as a result oi There are no other'wa's under that would connect the Atlantic and to: be congratulated upon securinghis y
; and it is the duty of governments
a beautiful card party at the true or half true both men ought to the Wilson bill. Banks, he said, fail heaven Pacific oceans. How such a work I services
in their
its citizens -
Phoenix Club In Jacksonville Wed- be made to wear prison stripes. He ed in Ocala and all over the land;; to protect will speed the commerce of the D.of an Infant.
and not take it from them
earnings
nesday night, the prize, a set of gold extolled the character,of Mr. Q'Neal, people in affluence were reduced to and give it others. tions and especially how it will na.-I Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock,

pine set with pearls, was won by the republican candidate for state poverty,but as soon as the republican The great democratic creed is that crease and energize the trade of the Franziska, the infant son of Dr. and

Miss Rosalie Benjamin, formerly of school superintendent, in the hIghest party was restored to power, and the every man is entitled to every crumbof Gulf states and make the south a Mrs. Otto Grothe, died after a short

terms and felt hopeful that through policy of protection again put in operation -
this city. bread he makes in the sweat of busy manufacturing mart, was vividly illness. The little one was only four
him the republican party of Florida,. like the revivifying and fructifying -
Nevitt Cook, of Brooksville, his face but is not entitled;to 'single and beautifully pictured _by )Ii. months old and was the pet of
Mr. owning so much of its wealth, so of the sun, prosperity almost -
rays and with cool nonchalance he
Gunby househould. We extend
Ocala Wednesdayfor crumb made by the sweat of any the out
who came up to anxious for its welfare and so largely instantly illumined the
visit with friends, returned other man's face. This is not only appropriates the genius and statesmanship sympathies! to the, parents of the de
a short identified with its destiny, would have American continent. Pros
whole
His brother, Mr. the democratic creed but it is the divine that made it possible as one ceased.;
home yesterday. one representative in the next state he said, had made a city of
perity,
with him creed-it is God's law. of the achievements of the republican The funeral will take place this
Stuart Cook, ,who came up aiiminii! tration. It is very probable Tampa; that it had increased from a .
until this afternoon. The policy of protection reverses party. morning from the home and will be
F: will remain here that the speaker may have made some straggling village of three or four
this creed and takes the crumbs made With the same spirit that actuated conducted by Rev. Father Bottolasdo,
converts along this line for if there be thousand tc over thirty thousand and
Shoe Company
The W. J. Chambers in the sweat of one man's face and unjustly Sapoleon B. Broward in furnishing of the Cathulic church.
than hundred
another that values an
trade in one thing more than property more
fall
$ la preparing for a big puts them into the pockets of ammunition and supplies for the Cuban
) showcase the average democrat is a stickler fort fold. The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E.
hat this season. A large new another man'S:who is wholly unfamiliar patriots to aid them in their fight
the front of is that the men put in office shall The II..ind'is a vividly imaginative T. Allen, the eye and ear surgeons
is being erected in be above suspicion. Sans pear sans one and not an analytical and reason and unconcerned as to the mean.I for independence, at the risk of his will be Thursday October 6tb at
the
large
the store to better display one that can attribute the frncti t ing of the biblical text. I own life, inspired the democrats in the Montezuma hotel.
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THE OCALA BANNER .111111111....NN NN IN... ) PRISON HEFOPS\ IN FIOR1DA. The prisoners are no longer shackled O- from disease, etc., were not recuperating -I 1 r

IS SUNDAY A DAY OF SIN I day or night. They are provided as they should. We, therefore, ; of Oah y
ien
_-.- with ample, wholesome and well after another conference with the

DASfZ BmiS, E!ttr. Washington Post.. : Present Lease System a Big Improve- cooked food. Each prisoner is provided state authorities, decided to erect

?. 7. learer::!, Bzsiress 1a:16er.: :.1NNN11NNI111NIIN1We ment Over the 010-Sickness and with what is known as the State Prison
iron bed
an mattress,
quote from the London Graphican Death Rate Reduced. hospital at Ocala, Fla., and have concentrated -
l- pillows, pillow slips, sheets, blankets at that point all prisonerswho I Timbers of oak keep the oMj
utterance that seems to deserveespecial Perhaps no paper in Florida was and shirts
night and before going to were in need of medical atten-
j more active in its efforts for reform i j homestead standing throughthe
notice and consideration: I .. bed a bath is required.
i in the prison camps of Florida than tion.The report of Dr. S. H. Blitch, years.: It pays to use the
"Presiding at a meeting held at Special regard is given to sanitation -
was the Ocala Banner. state prison physician, and who U right stuff.
Chatham in of and the result, in thee
, support a movementfor especially
also hospital surgeon, shows decidedly -
the Sunday closing of public The harsh treatment to which th death rate, has been marvelous. and clearly the value of this I Men of oak" are men in

houses, Major-General Sir Reginald CHart prisoners were subjected reached the I On a 'recent visit to the hospital I institution the state of Florida.As I rugged h 1Ith, men whose
ears of the editor from every quar a further evidence of the
a V. C. commanding the Thames camp near Ocala we were provided of
bodies made the soundest
s ter. In order to the benefit and aid the same has r are
arouse public with the ;I
district, expressed great sympathywith following data:
Mono: Fun BASNET, BELIEVING those people who desire to purl conscience to a better state of things "At the time this company assumed been to the state prisoners, we beg I'I'i materials.
to submit that while the
.> THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO the He the columns of the Banner were open charge of all Florida state previous I Childhood is the time to
fy English Sunday. was convinced the mortality rate had lay
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HTAKEN for the publication of articles the prisoners (January 1st, 1902), of the years runj i I
t ITS STAND IN THE BARRI that there was more sin and nine hundred and forty one ((941) anywhere from four to eight per ;; the foundation for a sturdy con

CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE debauchery in the country on thatday purpose of which was to call the at't prisoners delivered to us at headquarters cent, that during the year 1903, or j j stitution that will last for}"eano.Scott's .
tention of the the first of the
state authorities of the
to operation
AND ITB riOHT WILL BE MADE FOR than upon any other day of the Holder, Fla., on that date it year I
I State Prison Hospital, out of 1640 Emulsion is the right
, their condition and effect a reform ofthe was found that I
Till BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE week, simply because it was an idle practically 10 percent
BOTTOM._ = system. of them were unfit for manual prisoners handled there were only J stuff.
day. Young people should not be dig
IS deaths in the entire prison
labor camps
----. and were placed the I
by us on
- The republication of the ?
couraged from engaging in healthy following indigent list. After within this state, or a fraction over j Scott's Emulsion stimulatesthe
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER, 23, 1904. letter, handed to at the time bIr.. assorting the
us
outdoor one cent of all prisoners under
exercises In the per
on Sunday. prisoners and placing them in separ (i growing powers of childrer,
I
\% .A. Hocker-then confinement.
of the fifth
judge
interest of religion and temperance, : ate classes in regard to their physical I
them build firm
, Marion has still judicial circuit, will show the trendof You are doubtless aware of the helps a
county 141,556 he pleaded for cricket, football, ten strength, we found that some forty

acres of public land subject to entry. nis and other recreations, afterchurch these articles. (The publication of one of these so-called "dead heads"could p the fact state that we do not shackle any of I foundation for a sturdy consti
: do prisoners, and do not lock
them in their entirety would fill very light work, such as tution.
hours on Sunday. The truth them on a building chain
I : at night,
, Tom Taggart says that Parker isI cooking, washing etc. In additionto
. sure to carry Indiana and New York. was, said General Hart, that many many pages.) these there were about fifty ((50)or and that their task has been reducedon Send for tree sample.
The letter reads as follows: the balance the basis of an average able bodied -
people were bored to death because of the "dead heads",
SCOTT & BOWNE. Ch mists.
free
The A. C. L. expects to spend one they did not know what to do with "Oxford Fla., Feb. 5. 1S96. that were absolutely worthless and I Their laborer. 409.415 Pearl Street. New York.
food is
; million dollars.or wharf improvements themselves on Sundays." Judge Wm. A. Hocker, which we concentrated at one camp carefully selected and 50c. and SI.OOi alldrusslsta.
. Ocala Florida. in South Florida for recuperation. carefully. prepared. and is never lost
,
u
in Jacksonville.The This is the British view. Apparently signs of until it reaches the interiorof
Dear Sir Expert medical opinion supplied us barbarities practiced in our soestwu
:
; more the democrats study the -in the towns and cities at at the time was the assurance that avery the individual.
Some of our neighbors have re Their clothing is at all times prison camp, bat the relloeeratielw
. election from Maine least-the enforcement of too strict large percentage of these "dead keptin
, figures the more I Sabbatharian laws results in crime. quested us to write to you in regardto heads" were in their present condition good condition. Their quarters suggested by Dr. BHtch. Kale prieon
hopeful they become. the treatment of the convicts likewise, and the prisoners
near as a result of overwork andre are forcedto physician and hospital Mfgwn, and
With all outdoor recreations
)lr. Davis hag skipped over to Xew Summerfield and what steps a improper maintenance. We also cleanse themselves at regular I in every case pot in ofxraUoa by the
ited as irreligious and Prohib"l stated I
necessary to stop the cruel and inhuman found periods.
York again for a little talk with the upon investigation of the Particular i Naval Stores and ComminioB Company -
treatment. Those
flourishes behind closed who have prison records that a attention has been paid,
boy,. You can't keep him still. bidden the streets, the parks, the r been about the camp say they have of the prisoners died very each large year percent both by us and'by the state, to the has silenced the ......, ao far

that never heard of such cruel and inhuman in the Florida sanitary condition surrounding each at leapt as Florida w eooeenwd, and
The rather a large fields, the playgrounds, etc.,the people penitentiary, which
treatment in any civilized appeared to us to be entirely beyond camp, particularly so in regard to the Florida prison camp faxtay and
audience greeted Mr. Bro\vard at resort to alternatives, which, be country. The people feel the drinking water.
perfectlyoutraged all reason. We, therefore, after conference the treatment of the pr4ios ...-
Miami. He made a good speech and ing primarily and of necessity secret, and say if the county or with the State authorities We think all these safeguards have
lenge the admiration of all IMMMM
was generously applauded. ( soon become immoral and dissolute state officers do not do something o to incorporated in our sub-lessess._ obligations materially advanced the health and t I

if no worse by a perfectly logical prevent it they will rise en masse and on the sub-lessees to -house---- I spirits of the Florida state prisoners: I loving people.

If it does belong to Russia the evolution. The efforts of well- release every convict in the camp. their prisoners in 'well ventilated : As an evidence of the care that has The facts regarding tree oaapa

name of the Lena U pronounceableand We can give you the names of relia- buildings to supply each prisoner been taken of them, we have never are more fully set forth in Dr. Bttteh's
meaning persons achieve a surface ble witnesses, who have been work- had at any one time
found
we heard one Ocala man say thatit with a good bed, bedding and pillows, as many report to lion. B. E. MoLte, tiIMI<<
varnish of solemnity for the British ing there for some time and have shirts as six prisoners in the entire state
founded sweet to him. night sheets, pillow cases,
date of June 20 1901, which kin wed
seen and heard (outside Qf the
Sabbath. The the a great deal. hospital) confined
appetites, passions, etc., or in other words, to make our to I

The Ocala Daily Banner is to be the resentments, inherent in human About the time this letter was : stockades as good as the average quarters on account of sickness, and I pamphlet form, and to which we
malaria is practically unknown." direct the attention of those further
enlarged on October 1st. The Ban- nature and not to be subdued by ordinances written, eight prisoners, who were i home, and that they should at all
times be kept the It is perhaps interested in this subject.XUair. .
up to standard.We remembered how
ner deserves the I
prosperity which concert its hidden depths committed to these camps, as tramps .
further much of the
paid particular atten- space of northern -- -- -- - -
warrants this f improvement. into taken newspapers
-Miami an orgy. were before Judge Hocker on a
tion to the "
News. Here, on the other hand, at least in writ of habeas corpus and while awaiting and saw that each cooking camp arrangements was properly -, a few and magazines were taken up :1',{JiEi.5tJ :! !iEY "m

Judge Parker is only going to speak this immediate vicinity, the rigors of the judicial proceedings were equipped with modern appliancesfor years ago in telling about the f"asi .. ted Cj4 l "

from the front porch at Rosemount Sabbath legislation produce a different placed in the county jail and were the preparation of the prisoners'food ,
i and further that each ----.._,',......__-.. _
l a la :McKinley. Bryan will not be i form of wickedness. The Post of visited by a number of our citizens. should at all times have within camp easy --- .:m sri., M

imitated In anything The judge I Monday morning contained a very Their backs were black and blue call a reputable physician to ad-

njay or may not be wise. i graphic account of a colored excursion with stripes and their hands sore and minster to the sick. i

"Bread down the river to Jfotley Hall. lacerated. "- We further watched very closelythe '
goes skyward, is one of Pt'esri'vtionOF
the headlines It seems to have been a free fight. One of them told his troubles to the average task given each prisonerand
startling
in I
the Jacson-
corporeal punishment adminis-
I
from start to finish. Drunkenness editor of this paper which were given .
ville Times-Union Thursday.. That's istered. And we think in workingthe I '
nothing-bread that doesn't rise isn't was the order of the day and razors, to the public under the signature of entire lot of prisoners directly .

worth r-atillg.-Pcl1sacola Journal.A bludgeons, slung shots and other "Hobo.' in several articles, which under our supervision that we have i

.. ---- deadly weapons, its industrious attracted attention at the time We somewhat improved the morals of
Boston aC-1 I I the convict lease (1 --- =.:= = _
preacher wants Georgia compainments. Adeputy sheriff i make the following quotation: I system pertaining f. = l :- .:: .. :-u ;;;;; :
wiptd oft *the n'S I to the state of Florida.
map. Why spoil the Prince George county was in I
fatally Arriving at the camp, we wereput After
a year's experience we found
symmetry of the map? and then this jured street to work I
a care onductor Washington without introduction or that the sick and indigent prisoners,

Boston preacher ought to remember was beaten half to death and diplomatic formalities. We were or those who had become chronic r.: YOUR STOMACH

that Georgia was one of the original from first to last pandemonium told by those under whose charge we -- -
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thirteen broken bones and mayhem.. reilmM were placed that a task would not he j ., IF YOU USE STIMULANTS ;
---
Ocala nD- required of us the first day, for the r
should
have a grand carnival supreme.: Whether these ,
negroes managers of the turpentine farm

'eek1th a "Pike," horse racing chartered the steamboat to escape wanted the number of boxes we cut, tI tI

and ml lemonade. It would save the restrictions of the district Sunday cut well, but the 'flogging master' I

railroad fare for the people of this regulations, or whether they had a different understanding, so Demands
were
section and each of us in turn were stripped and a high standard t
keep some of the cracker'smoney the exiles of Mount Horeb church t
on flogged for not cutting the required f
in striking distance again.- Capital Hill,.who took an el fresco number. As the days wore on the f
of
Dunnellon.Advocate., --_. hullabaloo as the next best thing to nearer we approached our appointed Whisky. 2C 2C t

lIon. W. M. HoIIoway has respond shindig in the'sacred edifice at home, task, the more they were put out of t

ed to the criticisms of the state press we have no means of knowing. The our twenty-five reach. to They were jumped from The Strauss brands of t J
forty-five,
so we were
to his
aa
fitness for holding the office facts were as stated in the Post's report regularly stripped and flogged. The .

.of superintendent of public instruction and the hospitals of Prince hands of some of us were so. swollen Whiskies II

by being thefirst man on the George county, Alexandria and that they burst. If there be any. will help you

democratic ticket to pay his assessment Weshington are fountains of unanswerable "doubting Thomases" among your i

to the state committee. testimony.The Christian readers as to the truth of to do it and i
;
these statements, ask your jailor and save you ,
lion J. C. B. Koonce has tended democrats are more and morepleased others, who visited the jail and CURE .

his rihignation as a nominee for with the result of the Maine saw our lacerated backs, black and 1

presidential elector for the reason election the more the- figures are blue, and stiffened limbs, and your money. None better, -; .

that be is a member of the legislature studied. The republicans increased doubts of will cold be corn removed.bread and Rations bacon.apiece II II

from Sumter county and is their vote by five thousand and the Same
fear for breakfast, same for dinner, "NEVER
ful that one office will conflict withthe democrats increased their vote by same for supper. Beds, the soft and from POUR t

other, so he gracefully retires. eleven thousand, giving them a net yielding floor. Covering, one blanketfor Pimplesto BUT THEV REIGN." tt

-- gain of more than six thousand. If two, sometimes for three men. .

Acting upon the advice of his these figures can be maintained Day and night, limbs shackled." I .

physicians! Joseph Jefferson, the throughout the country it insures The same cry that went up from f ,

veteran actor, has cancelled all of his Judge Parker's nomination beyond Florida went up from all the other: Strauss' 76, Fern Hill Rye Strauss 1 t!
Royal Rerye
,
engagements for the
coming season all question. It Maine be an indicator southern prison camps. r t,
nd will come to Florida earlier than it But the bread ':Ht the From *
begins to look like a democratic upon waters Infancy I

usual and remain at his winter homeat landslide. by the few ilev.-.tad and untiring Cedar Brook W H. 4

Palm Beach. McBrayer i
prison
reformers
had its effect.Legislative -
.The I We hope Judge, Parker in his letter .1
advertisingmanager of a actio. was taken and the .

Chicago tailoring house evidently I of acceptance make a fellow will say feel something proud that thatwill he condition of the camps and the treatment to Age Sirauss'1X' I L Baltimore/ Rye Queen ;; ".

visited Anne
several Ocala of ;
stores and got is a democrat and the prisoners, laid bare. Scotch { "
;
his inspiration for writing the follow cause the blood to If "liberty shrieked when Kosci- To those who hare, suffered long and 1 w
tingle in his veins and hopelessly from Humors of the "
as it Blood
courses ,
ing: Whittler-Do you believe in from his heart to the finger usko fell," humanity rejoiced when Skin,and Scalp;and who have lost faithin I Pilgrimage Sour Hash Planter f *t

this here advertisin1? Fogy Merchant tips fire the convicts of Florida were taken in doctors,, medicines, .and. all things Rye
him &
with ;
-Naw, it keeps a feller on an eternal patriotic ardor. We are hand by the Florida Naval Stores and human,CUTICUEA Soap,Ointment,and
needing in this campaign a little Pills appeal with.a force, hardly to be
spice
jump layin in stock. a little Commission Company, and a special realized. Every hope,every expectation ; Maryland Rye ,
ginger, a little sparkle,,a littleof awakened sharpe
Old
them has
by been
The annual re-union prayer went up when Dr. S.H. BUtch more than Harmt Corn "t
of the Confederate the flavor of the old time democracy fulfilled. More great, cores are daily E*

Veterans will be held in Ocala that will make the average den was appointed state prison physician made by them.than by all other Skin .'-..- . : i*

Tuesday, November, first. It is ocrat feel like and hospital surgeon. i Remedies combined, a single set, costing' Uuti
expected taking off his hat but
and one dollar, being often sufficient to l
that seven or eight hundred shouting.' Every suggestion this humane cure the most distressing'cases of tortur

will be in attendance and it behooves Ocala is physician made looking toward the lug, disfiguring humors eczemas,rashes, STRAUSS : $

Ocala to becoming one of the better sanitation of the camps and itchings, and inflammations of the,skin & CO. ,.
begin making preparationfor leading cities of the state, due to her better treatment and scalp with loss of hair, when all :.t!
of the -
,their reception, which should bin e splendid business i prisoners, else fails. .
men,
keeping with 'our- city's splendid fine lands newspapersand was- quickly put into effect by. the Mi throughout the world. Cudenrt flo&p Be OlnU WHOLESALE & RETAIL It'11't
cultivated nwntJOc, KrtolTeot, UDIKIR
by intelligent i Florida JOc.(la form of Choeolatel7oated : DEALERS.
Naval Stores and 11H.J 5c. vial ,
Commission per of 8O.DrpBu) ; London y Charts OCALA
reputation along these lines. fanners.-Dunnellon kook.,. N 101 Psrii,1 Rue dell Ftlxj Boson,137 O'-tibai
Advocate. Company. Potter,..i.'rua...k Chem.Corp Sol Prop. k
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ATONEMENT BRITISH-THIBET TREATY.
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Russian Press Is Irritated at Its OPPOSITE CITY HALL. P. o. BOX 311.


WRjMPRESSfiwident MARKEDLY RIOTING TAKE PORT ARTHURGeneral St Petersburg Sweeping, Sept Character.20.-1:05 pin. H. R. HUNTER,

.-With tae amval here of the iuil SUCCESSOR to G..A. HUNTER,

Occur Near Junction Serious text oi the bxitish treaty' with ihiDet.
Disturbances In Jewish
City Kansas Stossels Report as to the irritation of the Kussiaa press at GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.KEY .

Section of London Recent Assault. its sweeping character is more pry-

[PULLMAN CA,-8 ARE DERAILED.)' THE MOBS FOUGHT FURIOUSLYMore considered no-anced. The especially Russ to whIch reelect Is now the FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING, SAW flUNG, ETC.

JAPANESE LOSSES WERE HEAVY. views of the foreign office, bitterly
|Train Running at Forty Miles an Hour Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnished.
complains that Great Eriiain has gone

U Thrown from Track, Injuring 40 Than Two Thousand Jews Engaged Two Attempts to'Take Port Arthur by .beyond her promises concerning the I OCALA, FLORIDA.

In a Disturbance and Hundreds expedition, by acquiring virtual protectorate '
One
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Pawnfltrs Pullman Car Goes the Japanese Were Repulsed Time
i of Police Had To Ee Called over Thibet whereas she had .
Down Embankment. After -- -
Time-News From the Zone of
Out to Quell Disorder. pledged herself merely to regulate !!J t il. Ir];; !b fmm.. !!iZ
Junction City, Kans., Sept 21.--The Eastern Hostilities.Che trade relations between India and .
Pullman: ection of the London. Sept. 21.--The Day cl Hi
eastbound Thibet Instead, the declares.
At- Foo Sept 20.-5:30 p. m.-Authoritative paper .
bLUe express on the Union Pacific Atonement was marked in London by information has been rePort Great Britain has imposed on Thibet Every Day
serious rioting In the Jewish
tu wrecked C miles west of here quarterof Arthur of a general attack upon onerous terms, which give her u monopoly -

by rail; spreading. The train was the East End. Port Arthur by the Japanese force forbidding Thibet without ii.

I tratf!1: i about 40 miles an hour. More than 2,000 Jews engaged in a which, began yesterday before day- Great Britain's consent to enter into z They AreArriving

i TLrea Pullman cars left the track disturbance and nearly 300 police had break and continued until dark. relations with the outside world.

aJ the one at the rear 'of the train lo be called but before the Disorderwas All indications point to an effort to The Russ foreses that the occuPation nj i iWe ::J -
[rolled ever a foot quelled. The trouble arose over Chumbi by the
embankment turn. capture certain of the northeast main of the valley
|laj ova three times. There were 32 the action of non-conforming mem torts. British will be prolonged even after InI 3

piuonf In this car. Six of them bers of a social democratic Jewish the payment of the indemnity and expresses

wei' to(,cmly Injured and the rest re. club at Spitalaelds, situated in the I St Petersburg, Sept. 21.Lieutenant surprise at China playing into I, refer to the immense line of ne"nIlIl seasonable '

ell,.. .'+Iht, but painful Injuries. heart of a district containing about General' Stoessel, commanding the the hands of Great Britain in depos- | goods recently purchased in the eastern market.- Our lino

Tho Injured were .brought to this cialists 20,000 Jewish inhabitants. The So Russian military forces at Port Arthur ing the Dlai-Llama and appointing in of Men's Furnishings must be seen to be appreciated.:

tiny and will be cared for here. The openly paraded in disregard ol reports by telegraph that on the his place a protege of Great Britain. Come and
the fasting injunction, and made a celebration see us.Chambers.
1
kilt two In conclusion the Russ signifi-
car of the train were oceuple wjti night cf Sept. 16 the garrison repelledtwo says ,
,I ty too Sl this clubhouse.The "The proclamation of the
John Comandery. K. T.b:3. attacks on the redoubt protectingthe cantly:
? 1, and Cavalry commandery K. T. orthodox Jews were angerexJ waterworks.The British protectorate must be regardedas ElSi Shoe

}:o. 13, both of Providence R. I. The and surrounded tho clubhouse and text ..of... General Stoessel's dispatch an accomplished fact: but whetherit Company,

[member were returning from the San stoned it. Tea Socialists threw bot is as follows: will be real and lasting: must despond OPERA HOUSE BLOCK OCALA, FLORIDA.Mcilan .
tles at the crowd and soon two or
fFraacUco future events in Central
conclave. "Port Arthur Sept. .-The enemy upon
three narrow streets in the vicinity continues daily to bombard the forts Asia" 5 tiiiiJi !!i1I! i

REWARD FOR LYNCHERS. became choi&-r- by a fighting mob. and batteries inside the fortress but The sensational articles in the Brit ,, .
Ambulanc&., called out and the -- -
were
ish 'about the Russian-German
still without showing any great activ- press
doctors had many minor cases to attend secret understanding concerning the
fpvernor Terrell Takes Firm Stand on
Late Lynching. to. Finally the podice quelledthe Ity."The wounded are recovering, and Far East have not attracted much attention Bros

Atlanta Sept :21.Governor Terrell disturbance, cordoned off the are eager to resume their places in here. While a feeling exists
streets In the disturbed area and made that Germany is displaying a friendly
Monday took a firm stand on the lynch. the ranks. They are heroes.

hf question by offering a reward of several arrests. "The troops are in excellent spirits. spirit is denied in responsible quarters
J
Excited groups of orthodox Jews tfes that she has overstepped the boundsof Southern Copper Works
|!SO each for the arrest and conviction "At about 3 o'clock morning

of any of the men who participated however continued to parade the (Sept. 16)) at least one Japanese bat neutrality in any particular. The
streets and the houses of several Socialist Manufacturers of x
tallion existence of a secret treaty between Turpentine Stills
(IA the lynching of John Ware, thenegre attacked the redoubts protect
Jews were stoned. ing the waterworks. The Russia and Germany are attributed
hung by a mob In Franklin county garrison
on Sunday afternoon. redoubt repulsed: the attack, but the here to the memory of the part which and General Metal Workers.Old .
DESPONDENT, HE SUICIDES.
Germany with France and Russia
Ware the negro lynched by the mob enemy received.reinforcements and renewed
abot the attack after half played in compelling Japan to abandon .
and killed C. Y. Daniel a son ofOeorte an hour.
I Unknown White Man Takes His Life
the Shimoneseki treaty concluded
Daniel a prominent citizen of The garrison again repulsed them with z.
In Atlanta. rifles and machine between Japan and China, as a resultof Stills taken in
for
Danlelirille. The shooting occurred guns supported by exchange new ones. Patching
Atlanta, Sept. -The body of an
the war between those two countries
U the result of a quarrel, growing out unknown white man was found on the artillery. The Japanese sustained ten through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

of a trivial dispute. Posses of citizens vacant lot in the rear of the Jewish great take losses the offensive."SubLieutenant and did not. again attemptto The Novoe years Vremya ago. this morning 'in wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
formed .
at once for the news o! Orphan. Home this morning. He a sarcastic editorial, expresses surprise following works .
U* killing spread rapidly. Ware was head Phillippoff, chiefly
had shot himself through the
at the fact that the British newspaper
captured Till*. and taken to jail at Dani s. with a 44-caliber pistol, and death greatest distinguished bravery.himself" showing the correspondents have been slowin FAYETTtmLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, OAf

must have been instantaneous.The discovering that Germany Is helping
Friends of the dead man, however shot was fired with suicidal intention Russia, adding: JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA
St Petersburg, Sept. 21.-The following
quickly
aroused
public wrath and a
the unidentified man leavinga
"Both Great Britain and the United
dispatch has been received
mob wu formed. An attempt was note attributing his rash act to his ._ .. .
from General States ought to follow the example of --- --- -
made by tha sheriff to Kuropatkin:
the
Carnesvllle. for safe carry keeping.negroto But ; bal iiralth.that he was His suffering appearance from indicates con "The reconnaissance made Sept 17 Germany, and the United States oughtto .....**f 9..9 *tf..-** *
follow the example of Germany
I 'established the fact that the ,
Japanese
the mob pursued the sheriff and his i
sumption. The note was written on
which realized at the outset the Identity -
deputies, overtaking them on the road I position at Banlputze! is strongly -x. We keep a full kxk of 2
the cioan part of an advertisement in
1 of her interests In the Far East
between Royston and Carnesville, and held by a brigade with guns. There I /\ LOOK
a daily paper, and was signed "C. H. with those of Russia FOR I
banging Ware to the nearest tree. was no enemy east of Baniputze, but : Old Joe
From all of the evidence obtainablethe \ : ,
Japanese reinforcements arrived on S tKs THE SEAL
unknown shot himself last night DRASTIC ORDER ISSUED.
Sept. 18 in the vicinity of the village. f
FOR LAW AND ORDER. about 7 o'clock, and his body lay in \J TT Old Velvet
The Japanese have already to :
crossed +I ,
Protection of Indian Tribes From
the open, among some weeds on the
. 9talnet Men of Brooklyn Organize big lot, until this morning when it the right bank of the Taitse. Fraud and Robbery. I

Protective League. was discovered by a pedestrian. The Washington Sept. 21.-one of the I Old McBrayer,

,rf Now York, Sept. 21.Sworn to put right hand cf the man firmly gripped "BEFORE .DAY CLUB." most drastic orders for the protectionof X .

an end to the existence of gangs of the pistol with which he had shot him the several Indian tribes against Mark
Negroes In Talbot County Arrested : -1 Rogers :
,
. street hoodlums, lawless organizations self fraud and robbery ever promulgatedwas

of foreigners, stop the carrying of The shot.entered his head from the i for Threats. issued today by Secretary of the .
I Talbotton, Ga., Sept. 21. A great Old
concealed weapons and to protect wo- right side and: evidently lodged in Interior Ryan. : '/ Charter,

men from insult and annoyance by the brain, no sign of an exit for the I deal of excitement prevails in the The order amends the rules for the J

rowdier, 74 business men of Brooklyn bullet being noticeable. The bullet eafterr part of Talbot county near sale of inherited Indian lands so as to Mt. vernon
Poplar, Ga. It was reported Saturday I ,
have become incorporated as the Citi- wag very large and tore an ugly hole require that the proceeds to be derived 'i
Ten..' Protective League for Law and night that a club had been formed from their sale shall :
in the side (,1 the man's head. be placed
, among several negroes to kill Mr. T. ; Cascade andT'
Order The I
Incorporators propose to with the most convenient United :
A. Kiinbrough, a prominent citizen liv- ;
encourage men cf intelligence and SHIPBUILDING COMBINATION.Plans States depository to the credit of each .
landing to Join the league and not toow Ing near Poplar. The following negroes heir in proper proportion, subject to I "'. Other High

the way to membership to everybody Being Consumated for Rehabilitation have been arrested and are nr the check of such heirs or their recog. .

who may wish to join. of Same. in'the Talbotton jail charged with being nized guardians, for amounts not exceeding .
members of the club Grade Whiskies.
; Sheriff Hesterberg. of Kings county, New York, Sept. 21.-Plans are being : $10 to each in any one month. :
Joe Wimberly James Miles Monk
:: has appointed the members deputy rapidly consummated, says The ,, The sum paid, however it will be necessary .

sheriffs and steps may be taken to se. Herald, for the rehabilitation of the I I.,I Arthur Crouch and a negro woman for these to be approved by the 'I for
named Josie Stinson. The case will Headquarters
1 I cure special police powers for mem shipbuilding combination. Within a I agent or other officer charge. For ,
como at Talbotton before Judge
ben of the organization. Special de- month the last foreclosure sale of the I up sums in excess of $10 per month, the
Baines. It is reported that the lives Anheuser-Bush Beer
f tails will be assigned to work among several plants will have been completed money will be paid upon the approvalof J ,

I the great crowds which surge to the The Bath Iron Works and of several prominent citizens near the agency when specifically authorized l j I

t 1 Brooklyn bridge during the rush hours the Hyde plant in Maine having been threateted Poplar and by,Max negroes.Ga., have been so to do by the commissioner of I : Bottle and Draught. | :

morning and evening. These de purchased by the reorganization com Indian affairs.

will make extraordinary efforts mittee of the United States Ship more Acting Secretary Ryan said that
1'1'of At S I Write for list. Jug Trade a Specialty.'v
price
nppreas rowdyism In every form. Building company, Charles 31. Schwab, heretofore the lands have been sold
Oyster Bay L I., Sept 21-As no
Carbolic will start for San Francisco tomorrowfor visitors had engagements at SagamoreHill to the highest bidder and the proceeds want your trade and will guarantee to give *atifuc n. I

Acid. Receiver James H. Smith, Jr., to paid directly to the Indians with the
today the president and Mrs.
Tuscaloosa S. C., Sept 21-While in attend the sale of the Union Iron result that in many instances thv Indians
Roosevelt left early today for a boat.
a fit of despondency Henry Tyler ended Works. ing excursion on the sound. Several soon were divested of the money. OCflLA HOUSE WINE ROOMS,

; 2.1. life by drinking a dose of carbolic The nucleus of the new concern is Tour of World In Auto. .
important engagements have been
acid. He went to town and on reach: the Bethlehem, Pa., Steel 'company. Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 20.Charles .
made by the OCALA
president to be met after FLORIDA
dose of tIle Glidden, who is making a tour of the ,
taj his home drank a large The Union Iron Works at San Fran
he returns to Washington. Next Friday .
1 poUon. He went to his room and cisco will be sold Sept. 22, and the M. Jusserand, the ambassador ol world In an automobile has arrived : .leeel'IIeleleleI

;| laid down and had passed away before Harlan and Holllngsworth works at France, will present to the presidentat here from Boston via Minneapolis

: the matter was discovered. Mr. Tyler Wilmington, Del, will be sold the first the White House M. the having made an average of 23 ,
: of was Picary miles an hour. From Boston to Min.
,
who was about 40 years age week in October.By head of the French commission
to the .
; the ion of J, H. Tyler of this city and November 1, the Schwab inter St. Louis exposition. On Saturday afternoon neapolis he traveled upon the highways
had been to have all the details and from,Minneapolis to Vancouver

all of his life practically eats are expected the president will receive THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .
been In roe organization completed. on the tracks of the Southern. Pa.
i peat here. He had not of the the delegates to the Interparliamentarypeace
railroads.
I bust health for a number of years. Mortgage and capital liabilities of the conference. Saturday night the cine and Canadian- .

new organization Is $33,000,000 made president and Mrs. Roosevelt will en RAILROAD DEAL. ,
capital stock (J15.-
up of $30.000,000 tertain at dinner in honor
of the arch. !! First ClassRefurrjisrjcd Rates Reasonable.
j 2C ,;- ueen Wilftctmlna 7 cent preferred stock and
me Hague, Sept. 000,000) per bishop of Canterbury. The guests it Overland Line. Proposed Through
j opened the states general today (115.000,000) common stock, and a the dkmer will include members of Guatemala.

!t In the speech from the thronE $3.000,000 new bond Issue the cabinet and other notable peopleIn .San.Francisco, Sept. 2 .The Rranviner : Throughout Special Rotes by Month.
of :
E Ute queen laid the home industries public and civil life. says today that Mrs Jane Stanford

';)0 Th. Netherlands were not competing MEAT LODGES IN THROAT. the Crockers, Edward Searles,

:'F satisfactorily with foreign enterprises MAN HIDDEN IN TRUNK. and General Thomas Hubbard, as own. .. I

and that the finances of ,thfc Dutch Could Not Be Removed In Time to era, .through the Pacific Improvement

>Ulies and The Netherlands needed Save Man's Life. Murderer Almost Suffocated When company of the Guatemala central MRS. THOS. J.. BARN ES PROP

c sr englhening. The queen announced !Malone, N. Y., Sept. 20.-Oeorge H. Captured by Police. has made a deal with Sir William Van

atlas the forthcoming Introduction of: UulhoUaad, a lawyer 33 years old, of Chicago, J5ept. 20.-Hidden In a Horne and his eastern syndicate by

bW.t providing for old age pensions Fort Covington, here attending the trunk and almost suffocated Calvin which: they have become. interested, 3

,ttd higher education. supreme court, died of strangulation Linden a negro, who shot and killed an overland 'railroad through Guate-

while at dinner. A piece of meat had Charles Meyers, a clerk, and wounded maLt. It will be 270 miles long, '

: Martial Law B on. lodged in his throat and could not beetra.ctedln three other men Saturday night at from: ocean to
Broxton '.Ga, Sept .-There has Mm to save his life. State and Thirty-ninth streets, ha within 12 months.It .

|>'been 80 much excitement here among Fire Loss of $100,000. been captured at the home of his sister is proposed,to run a line of steamers We are prepared to fur

the negroes since 'the white primary Chicago Sept. 21.-Fire today destroyed Anna Foster, of Blue Island. connected with New York on the OCALA nigh OCALA

[ kit week for the nomination of countf a 3-story brick building at 2027 The woman guarded the trunk b, Atlantic side and another line on the

=, offlcerj that the council met and and 2029 Clark street occupied by the sitting on it Whil ethe police searchedthe Pacific connecting with San Francisco ICE & ICE &

law tc and Electric and house and Linden betrayed him IO.E
4tc red the city under martial ,nsolidated Railway
self raising the lid for air es soo PACKING
by
lH\ft1&t the congregating,of people on Equipment company. The two upper Steamship Rate War. 11ACIIMI
the the American as his sister: arose and when the police .London, Sept. 2L-The first break
4if. streets. On Friday night floors! were used by COMPANY
were about to leave after an apparently COMPANY, On short. notice at any ,
store
: gvea held an Indignation meeting school furniture company es a in the steamship rate ;war .occurred

.enr their being denied the right to house. Two hundred persons were at fruitlesS.searcl. }. today when ,the North: German Lloyd point city or staleW&TCiMOR
to arresl 1
submitted meekly
Jett and since that time they have In the building when the' fire Linden company, raised its steerage rate to

Teen Indulging in Incendiary talk, and work"broke out but all escaped uninjured. I and e1t-declared efeJlse. he had killed Meyers in New York to =15. PHONE .34 THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.

p:i ce" the action of council Loss estimated at 100000.
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SAVED! I The Jacksonville Carnival. Facts About New York. I m- KEWANE :
1 ;
The manufactured products of New --T---
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 20, 1904.

To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: York are more than those of We had begun to think that the
.
The Jacksonville carniyal program Empire. Its foreign trade ex- .
"labor address of the editor of '
day"
U is by no means complete, but enoughhas ports, England alone excepted, are Pneumatic Tank!(
this paper had fallen flat upon the :
already been done to give to the greater than any other country in ---ii
of world.
ears an unappreciative
public some idea of what the visitors the world. The bank clearings of j I, /
At the time of its delivery it received -
--- in the basement delivers
may find. New York City are greater than any ,' .
very little if any applause; t- water through the house and
1
The general plan of the carnival other financial center, including
and after the oratorical festivitieswere '
will be the same as last year with a London. The amount of fire insurancein grounds by force of compressed -
concluded, no handshakes nor '" -"s" '
greater variety: of attractions. The force last year amounted to 7,846- s air. It cannot frwfe
comment favorable fol
otherwise
or same high class conditions will prevail 000,000, and the amount written that or flood the house and lasts

lowed. and it will be a carnival free year was $6,692,000,000; life insurancein r,: '+---- as long as iron pipe. It will ;
Printed, just as it was delivered, its "
from freaks, fakes and immorality.In force 1,887,000,000 and the amount furnish water to kitchen, l' ,-
publication passed our confreres of
the stadium there will be daily written in 1903, 382000000. It spent .. bathroom and and laundry,
the for all the world like the -
u press exhibitions of rough riding by the for educational purposes last year $5,- The Old Attic Tank and will throw a strea m :
burial of Sir John Moore -"not a

sound was heard"-save the following United States cavalry; fireworks 609,000, and in her charitable institutions means sagging beams cracked ceilings frequent through a hose to a height of ._

THEY MADE IT HOT FOR HIM. display at night, the largest and best there are.32OOO inmates If'New against leeks fires.and repairs, and no protection 50 feet. ;
little reference to. it from the accomplished ;
First Cat-That Tomcat must be a ever seen in the south; specialtyfeats York was a separate empire it would ,!
local editor of the Tallahassee .

rounder; he certainly looks dilapidated. Daily Capitol: of daring by some of the high- rank as one of the great financial and Do you know of any reason why the man who lives In a small town, .

IBanner est salaried men and women in commercial powers. or on a farm, bhould not live as comfortably as the city man? ;
the "Editor Frank Harris, of the Ocala| modern bathrooms, and how few !
Second Cat-Yes; he's gone to Yet how few country homes have
made a very finished and beautiful address a America; a horse show during the
city homes are without them. }
dogs., the labor day celebratiou at Ocala Tuesday." performances; band concerts twice A Tribute to SenaterHoat- The trouble has been with the water supply, but that. trouble no lon't'

So the editor of this paper feels that Public life has not been a mine o f ger exists. }
AND daily, etc. The domestic water works for J
HERE THERE Kewanee Pneumatic Tank provides a
his effort for and in behalf of labor wealth for him. As he said a
On the."Pike" there will be twentyor year every home. i
was not entirely condemned to the attractions ago, if he had never entered it, It will deliver hot and cold water from a well or cistern to all parts of 1
Mr. Mannie Martin, claim agent at fate of "flower that born more of the choicest individual the house and grounds. It can be placed in the cellar or buried in thee '
Gray's was and had stuck
to his h
that can be secured. These profession, ground, and does not freeze, and will labt.a lifetime. .
the A. C. L. freight depot, has returned
to blush unseen and lose its fragranceon would have been well off instead of )
will include the celebrated Streets of

fair.home from a trip to the St. the desert air." India, an Atheneum Circus, a Japanese having a trifle to leave his heirs fLO IDA PLUMBING pD ELECTRIC COMPANY.OCALA : ;-
Loafs
The little compliment, therefore of But when he bids farewell to earth, FLORIDA.
Tea Garden, with a troupe
Ocala now has a new practicing from our Tallahassee contemporary, he will leave a possession which the
DAYTONA
and Russian FLA.
Japanese men women a rhe
r physician in the person of Dr. Johnson is more than appreciated. multimillionaires cannot buy-the DEAR SIR: ... The The -
Village, and a number of other regular I New Way,
I two Kewanee Pneu
placed Air- wanee
who to this from
comes city It saves our modest effort from fame of served
his
having
carnival features, such as a:Mystic country Pressure Tanks in Ormond, matte Pressure Tank.
Georgia. Dr. Johnson will have i total oblivion. long and well, of having taken his Florida, four years ago and
Maze, Cave of Winds, Laughing
they are giving the best of
charge of the business of the Peninsular moral into if
Sherlock Holmes to be in Ocala. Parlor, Ferris Wheel, etc. These attractions principles politics with satisfaction. S
& Industrial company. him his The one furnished by j
to guide course, of having you
4 As already announced in oUr col are being engaged from the I last winter is supplying all

Mr. J. W. Crosby came up yesterday umns a very delightful entertainmentwill leading resorts in the country, including :I been true to his ideals no matter the water for a 30-room high f 1 1I i
class boarding house and is I
odds ,
what.the were against him and
from Auburndale. :Mrs. Crosbyand be given at the Marion Opera the World's Fair, Luna Park I perfectly satisfactory. l ,

and Dreamland Island the of having stood up bravely to rebuke I recently made plans for a ;
the 'children will return today House next Friday evening for the at Coney ,
I the party he loved when he thoughtit prominent St. Paul man and ;
from a visit to relatives in Baxley, I benefit of Grace Episcopal church Chicago carnival and so on. specifiedtwokewanee Tanks. a

Ga. They spent the day yesterday The price of admission will be Prof. Ewald G. Abel, who is well was in the wrong.-Chicago Tri He was greatly prejudiced sagainst 1
bune. the system. I had
shopping in Jacksonville.. fifty cents and it is hoped that known throughout the south in his him make a personal investigation ? 1 j

??,-jj n | ,- there will be a large audienceon profession, has been engaged and ar What is Fame? of those at Ormand ; :: 'J
Master Sam Burford had the mis very and he came back perfectly'A -j
this occasion. rived in Jacksonville on the 25th of Chas. :McLeod, of Kendrick, an ex satisfied and to '
reported me a +
fortune to fall
yesterday morning
The first of the will September to assume his duties i in L tensive lumber mannfucturer and that he would have no other _
from the acting bar at his home and I part program system of water supply. J
consist of songs and reading by such a position. The band of thirty manager of the Kendrick lime kilns, Yours truly, y : i, :
break his arm. Dr. D. M. Smith
.
Ocala's very best talent assisted by pieces will be selected from the lead was transacting business in the city (Sgd) S. H. GONE, ,,.
I set the arm and the little fellow will Architect, 1
ing concert bands in the United 'esterdayGainesville Sun.
Mr. A. C. Finzel, of Allendale.The .
be all right in a little while. 1 t.J

second part of the programwill States. There will be a band also in --, --- -

After reading the write-up in the be'a, sketch entitled "A Close the grand promenade.Prof. AMERICA LOSES CUBA'S TRADE. ... .J.Jrr. 3
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Ocala Star of the MacFarlane-Gunby Call." It is from the- play of Sher Walberti, of Des Moines, has Reciprocity Treaty Has Helped Cu 1 (

meeting in Ocala Wednesday night, lock Holmes and was composed by been engaged as manager of the ban's But Not America. I Come and See

. it looks to a man up a tree that these Mr. Finzel. horse show, and he will also driven a Washington, Sept. The state department I

gentlemen left at least one convert Mr. Finzel who was an actor o number of fine trotters. has received from :Minister The
Squires, at Havana, a table showing Latest Creations >
behind them.
the English stage for several years, He Got Sliver Galore.A Cuba's import trade for the first quarter f

Mrs. W. M. Pollica, of the DeSota will have the leading part, that of 1904, and for the same quarterof In the MILLINERS' Art
A in Kissimmeewhosejsupply .
negro preacher 1903.(
hotel Sherlock Holmes and the part will be
Tampa, was quietly married
of bacon and These figures are of
hominywas special Interestin
handled him. He will
skilfully by
Wednesday to her brotherinlaw ,
night that
low decided to they cover the first quarter vvvvvgvrvsvvwwvvvvvvvssvv rr.vt *'vvty W wvrv.
running recently
Mr. R. L. Pollica. valued be ably assisted by Messrs.J AlbertGerig alter December 26 1903
a e m- when the reciprocity .

ploye of the Tampa Electric Co. Rev. 1 Emmett Robinson and AdolphDame. take radical steps to impress upon his treaty took effect. Than was Having just returned from the wholesale markets I am .now t

flock the necessity for contributing an increase of $2,038,200 in the imports j %

J. P. Hilburn, of this city,"was the liberally to the church's exchequre of Cuba for the first quarter of 1904, : :- prepared to show to the ladies one of the prettiest and most up-to- f !i
: Let everybody be to be
sure on
officiating clergyman. over those for the same period of 1903 :: date lines of Millinery ever displayed in the Brick City. The "
hand next Friday night. Accordingly at theclose: of his sermon de-I ; p
The minister points out that the imports
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horner and the he made an impressive pause and into Cuba from the United signs I am now displaying are all original, and the most

Misses Homer, of Ocala, arrived in Abscess. then proceeded as follows: States increased only 3 per cent, whit E i can certainly be pleased here. i .

the city yesterday and are pleasantly W. H. Harrison, Cleveland Miss, "I hab found it necessary on account '- those from England, Germany, Spainand I
tI
located at the .-Jacksonville writes Aug. 15, 190'2: "I want to saya ob de astringency ob de hard France increased 20, 21, 16 andS : j

Metropolis.Mr. word of praise for Ballard's Snow per cent respectively. He says he Mrs. Minnie I
Bostick.
Horner and family are on their times an' de gineral deficiency oh de was unofficially informed that the Cuban 1. i

way to New York City, their former Liniment. I stepped on a nail which circulatin' mejum in connecshun wid exports to the United States have t tL i'
11 .N
home where caused: the cords in my legs to contract dis'chu'ch: ter interduce ma new ot- very largely increased."I (
they will reside.
and an abscess to rise in my termatic collecshun box. It is so arranged never fail to impress upon the e., South Magnlia St. Ocala, FlaJ }

Cards of invitation are out for the knee, and the doctor told me that I dat a haf dollar orquatar falls president and the Cuban merchantsand : ...-----..,.=. ---- ..... ___ t I
planters with whom I _... .. v-y "" "" -,-
into ..
come ,. .., .
marriage of Miss Cora Whelden, of would have a stiff leg, so one day I on a red plush cushan widout noise; contact," adds the minister, "the dan. =-="'- -'!;!' -- -r --- --;, !!'_ '. __r ... =r =P' ..._

High Springs, and Mr". Edgar Mobley, went to J. F. Loyd's drug storewhoin a nickel will ring a small bell distinc- ger to reciprocity in the present uneven .

of Lake City, at High Springs on now in Denver, Colo.) He recom- tually heard by de condegrasiun an' trade between the two countries, CONGO REFORM ASSOCIATION. Uroteaafonoi.rn .

Oct. 4. The young people who are mended bottle of Snow Liniment; I a suspendah button, my feller-maw- and that American merchants and ... ""- --.....""- -- -
manufacturers
will not long Memorial
alumni of the got a 50c size and it cured supportan Will Be Presented to President $BIGGS,
of ,
Florida
University leg.
my *
tels, will flab off a pistol so you willgov'n arrangement which largely increases Roosevelt. -

are well known in Columbia and It is the best Liniment in the world. yo'selves accordingly. Let de : the market for Cuba productions London, Sept. 22E. D. Morell ATfORNEY-AT.LAW.

Marion counties. Mr. Mobley is a Abscesses, with few exceptions, are collecshun now p'ceed while I take and by comparison at least, decreasesthe secretary of the Congo Reform association (Office in Gary-ATntw Block.)

rising indicative of sale of our own. The situation sailed for New York from Liverpool OCALA FLORIDA.
young pharmacist of Lake consumption or debility. off ma hat an' gibs out a him.- is pretty well understood
City. The will be They however, result from and it will today on the White Star liner
ceremony performed may D.
Daytona Gazette.Will not be difficult to obtain from the Cuban Baltic, with the double purpose of |" FULLER.

by Rector Henry W. Little, of this blows or from foreign bodies, intro- government a proposition for the tenting a memorial to President Roosevelt pre. -D-:iTIST. 1A

duced into the the skin or flesh suchas Scatter Bouquets. admission of goods of American originon
Over
urging him to join in an International Munroe & CbambUM Dank.Ocala, FU
city.Mr. splinters thorns etc.-Sold The mission of the editor is mani- a more favorable basis." movement for !
bringing
B. S. Quarterman, of Maize by about a
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. fold, but the following is a "new de- change in the conditon of the Congo J )(. THOMPSON'
in the m ,
was city yesterday and made ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN.
We Independent State and to participatein
parture. commend it to those PHYSICIAN AND
the Ocala Banner office a pleasantcall. Junior Christian the discussion SCRGEON. I
Endeaver Social. editors whoare disposed to take life Pile of Crossties Four Feet High of this question at Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp Montf,.m*. -
.
the
He left several immense stalksof The juniors of the Christian churchare Boston Peace congress. Mr. :Mo OCALA.PLLEDWIN
Placed
tooseriously.Hear on Track.
sorghum which he rell said to a reporter of the AssocIated I
cane grew. requested to attend a social at I Columbus, Ga., Sept. 22.-Had not an -
what an Albany, (N. Y.) I Press: SFEN':ER.
He says it was grown on pine land extra freight train i
Mesdames struck
Spellmans and Arms instead a pile of "I -
editor loves to do and how poetic is hope during the course of my I
1 and was only plowed two times. It of at Mrs. C. A. Liddons, on his mission crossties and cleared the track, the slay in America to increase the Interest A'ITORSEY-AT-LAW,

certainly is good proof of what : morning passenger train from Savannah of the OCALA -' 7-8-jr* FLORIDA
American
can
account of the serious illness of Mrs. public in general
"We do love to to Columbus
walk out in the might have been in
this
be done on the excellent: : soil of old Liddon. Important subject My mission J H. CHASE
early morn and gather up sunshine wrecked at a point 13 miles east of while in EO ,
way connected with
Marion
when a "sure-enough" farmer Remember the date Friday evening and laughter and extract the music this city Tuesday. the British government has DENTIST, ;
the
gets behind the plow. from 8 to 11. from the bird songs, and tie them Train wreckers made deliberate at. port of the British and foreign antislavery sup. OCALA PL

into lovely bouquets, saturate them tempt to wreck the passenger, piling society; the j

The operation performed by Dr. E. How Would You Like to Have this with the perfume of gladness and toss crossties to a height of 4 feet, the arrangement :.tion society and the International Aborigine Protec Arbi CARLO L. SISTRCNK.- ,

T. Allen, the eye and ear surgeon, on Man's Job them at the people as they rush by in suggesting a section of a tration and Peace association The J ATTOANEY.AT.LAW,

There is a man in New York their mad race after their coveted rail feft1* and making a formidable memorial '
one of Capt. J. B. Martha's negroesin who is which Is very representative Room 4, Masonic Bu.ldin*, Oal., Via, j | ?
the of goal, the god of wealth and fame." obstruction. It so happened, however Is signed I
July last was remarkably success- envy every little boy and girl in that the among others, by Irish, _
the Editor Jordan, of the Punta Gorda extra freight pulled out of Co Scotch and British
He peers,
ful. The vision was so poor the'man country. stands in one of the lumbus bound for members of I
Macon
at parliament
: windows of Herald, could not do much better an early conservative, liberal and 'vRITE;'S
a hour
could not see to count fingers before. Broadway confectionery in the morning, and when the unionist, and members of the '
.
his face, but yesterdaywhen fitted store and eats wafers,creams and than our New York brother. His heavy engine, which was of the "bat. dent Labor party. Indepen. Cream

with glasses he has as good sight as candy from 6 o'clock in the morning words are honey cn the lips. tleship" variety, struck the pile of ties It asks for the assistance of Presi Vermifuge't*

most people with.normal eyes, in spite until 9 o'clock at night. He is all Do Not Be Imposed Upon. they The were Central scattered railway in all directions. Is dent a Roosevelt on the ground that i "
officials matter
will sift of THE
of the eye-balls having been cut open the time wistfully watched by a Foley & Co., Chicago, originated the matter to the bottom: all labor unions humanity and Individuals and honor for 6U1R1ITEE0

and a portion removed from the in- crowd of little people and big pea Honey and Tar as a throat and lung any way responsible for the creation In WORMREMEDY
Illinois
side. ple, too. For a solid month the man remedy, and on account of the great at World's Fair. of the Congo state to do what Is
St Louis, Sept 22.-A pos
has held his job and merit and popularity of Foley'sHoney military parade sible towards the
A Cold Settled In His Kidney.A. says he enjoysit. receptions at the Illinois buildIng removal of the sYStem

L. Jennesse, 9201 Butler St., He says he always liked candy and Tar many imitations are given by Governor Yates, togethei which las grown up under the \
offered for the genuine. Ask forFoley's gavercicg ; 'wer.
Chicago writes: "I am a switchmanand and never expects to get tired of it.Teacher's with special exercises, constituted th which have mil the oxenses ,I
Honey and Tar and refuse : ,
eccDmpanl d i isCass
am out in all kinds ,of weather.I feature of the Illinois celebration at THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC j
substitute
any offered as no other
took a cold which settled in my Notice. the orld's fair tA.?.ay. UpJo -- IWtM IMITATIONS.
:
kidneys and I was in bad shape. I Mr. J. H. Workman, principal of preparaton will give the same satis- Macon, Ga., Sept. i3. Suiteo. TNC aiNumt IRtrasts OMIT .? !
-As It
faction. It is
safest for children and ed appea Ballard-Snow
tried several advertised remedies with the Ocala High School, announces Train. ed -to the court that there tad Liniment Co. :;
delicate persons. Sold by Post Office been a e r.
no benefit, until I'was recommended that,there will be a teacher's meeting Drug Store. Charlotte. N. C. Sept, 22.-Julius lapse In the payment of premiums 'the X.OUIB. MO. J .t
,
to try Foley's Kidney Care. Two- at the school building Saturday after- mFOLV'ONEYTAR Free, 16-year-old negro boy employed suit for $20,000 brought by Attorney Antl-Monopolj Drag Store.FllorETMTAR. t". ,1 i 1

thirds of a bottle cured me.-Sold by noon at which he requests all the by the Southern Railway conpaar, was Claud Estea forMrs.. Effa Hutson

r Post Office Drug Store. m teachers to be present. I run over and Instantly killed to the against the Prudential',Life Insurance
Gun* :'M Prt. *2 Pneno'ont>t1n "udll of tie passenger d'Dt company was Don-suited.

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EiIS I IN MAY BE POSTPONED. -
PANIC AT j
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CHARGES AGAINST ARMIES ON EVE OF: "'A.Air..A.. .
.
.A..A.4'
Transatlantic Yacht .. ".

HOTEL IN ClNClNNA II William's Race Cup.for Emperor ) <

Berlin, Sept 19.-The trans-Atlaa BISHOP'B'RATTnN ANOTHER BIG BATTLE .:

tic yacht race for Emperor William'scup J


Aroused From Slumber to Flee I It Is may uncertain not.be whether sailed next enough season yachts, as Diocese Committee Says Ther Probably Will Occur In the Vicinity j j'j'S

From I would be entered to make :
Flames. a worthy
competition.So Is Nothing In Them. of Mukden. j1 -

FIRE IN THE BRISTOL HOTEL. far as the information bare goes,

Possibly only: two yachts will be ready INVESTIGATION IS TAKEN. NEWS FROM EASTERN WAR ZONE I JI y Y '

In Hostelry at Sixth and Walnut to race next spring. The emperor

Streets Fire Occurs Which has! committed the question of offering Standing Ccmmittee of the Diocese of Japanese Are Said To Be Advancing .
Damages
a- cup for next .
season: or the onefol. Mississippi In Regard, to Charges on All Sides and the Probability Is
I.I Building to Extent of $20,000 and imperils lowing to the German naval attache at JI.
Washington Preferred by Rev Frank Hallum that a Great Battle Will Soon 0:.
Captain
I Lives of Guests. Hedbinghaus, Allison I

V. Armour: and C. L: Robinson, Against Bishop Brattoa.: cur Near Mukden.

1 C1Dc1 nn aU. Sept. 19,-The Bristol former rear commodore of. the New

;r hotel on Sixth and Walnut streets York Yacht club. The emperor" receIVed Jackson, Miss., Sept. 19-The stand. Mukden, Sept 16.-Delayed.-Thi I war

t wu damaged about $20,000 Mr. Armour ing committee of the diocese of Mississippi Japanese are reported to be advancingon
by fire Sept.2. The cup .
11 today, causing a panic among the 90pttita Itself is a splendid piece of plate. It met last right:: The charges both flanks from the east, southeast -

I r- who were aroused from sleep' wlIl be sent;to the United States this preferred against Bishop Theodore and southwest The .outposts I .

bat all escaped. year. Bratton' by Rev. Frank Hallum were are actively engaged 20'miles southeastward :I. "BUf "

x J E. Furlong, of Chicago; Mrs. C. J. presented ;and returned without action there being almost constant I TijE ESLEEGAS

Seth, of Lo Angeles REDUCED by the committee. skirmishing.
i- and Mrs. J. A. RATES'PLEASES THEM. End GASOLINE ENGINES.
I of An i Investigation the charges Indications point to another great
Flymate. Calllpollc. 0.. were'uncoaF -- Stand for
Supreme Simplicity Ease
Durability
the of Mukden. Rus.
F proves that there is nothing in them. \tUejn vicinity
allow at first from Columbus Business
the effects of the Men on Decision of and Economy of Operation.
Dr. Haltani.! the man who made them sian.troops occupy all the surrounding I '
ft&oke. but later Railrcad :
| recovered. Commission. WHITE-BLAKESLEE MFG. CO. Birmingham, Ala.
)[ Several were temporarily prostrated Columbus Ga., Sept 19.-Columbus was lormerly rector of St. Andrew's villages. ;-' J, P, CAMPBELL State Representive,

-i test fright business men are much gratified by church of this city, but was dismissedfor Refugees are flocking Into the city, I. Ocala,.Fla. '

the decision of the Georgia railroad uncleriial] conduct This was during Chinese among them complain ol

commission the lifetime of the late Bishop severity on the part of the Japanese. ; . .. .. .. ... .. .
SOCIALIST AGITATION. reducing freight rates be. "V" ... "' u" ,. ... ,. ... ... ,AA
:
tween this city and Atlanta. Thompcn, after he preferred charges u __ .. ., .
against Eishop Thompson, which" were Che Foo, Sept. 17.-i p .m.-A .Japanese
The
Said To Be on Increase In Northern reduction applies to 59 kinds cf
dismissed.No who, arrived here today reports
Part of Italy. freight. In some cotes the reductionIn :
one in the church of Mississippiis that the citizens of Dalny on Sept.
Rome, Sept. JV-1:25 p m.-The rates Is as much as 50 per cent. It
taknng seriously the charges 15 expected that the general attack
J is pre
Socialist agitation Is on the increase: at least 25 per cent in every instance
Port Arthur would be renewed
ferred against Bishop Bratton. upon .
specially in the northern where a reduction Is made r
part of
4 upon the following day. He has reliable
; Italy In some places It Is assuming and the a\etse: reduction on these
information to the effect that
PEACE MAY BE NEAR.
:I tie character of a rebellion. 59 kinds of freight:!! will probably 'be
the Japanese siege works at Rihlung-
Another fight has 331.3 percent.
occurred at Genoa
han and Kiwanshan were completedon
Russian Statesman
Says Beligerenta
between The re.dlucticn applies to freights
the strikers and the
po Sept. 15. Both Chinese and Japanese
Will Recognize' Ruin in War.
both 'ways between the two cities. This is the disagree.
lice.The London, Sept. 19.-Toe Daily Telex arrivals agree that the bombardIng 2 Mrr.rA Il .N
Heretofore the i
whole rate on these articles uoT rC
night was in dark.
passed
of Port Arthur became ter.
St.
graph's Petersburg
I from Atlanta to Columbus have beer correspondent
>
ness there owing to the
strike.
declares that a Russian statesman, rific at dawn of Sept 15 and continued
higher than the rate from Columbusto e'a
The mayor and other municipal officers Atlanta. whose name, if revealed, would wing until the forenoon of Sept. 16.

of Milan came to Rome today to his ,utterance with lightning rapidityover The Japanese fired from Shushiyenand

present to the government an explanation COWETA the globe, asserted Friday tha' Palung Shan at Pigeon bay, where way to make bread.UNIVERSAL .

of the Indignation of the popu. SUPERIOR COURT. It was his impression that the war heavy guns from Japan have been

latloa of Milan as a result of what Several Cases might end sooner than people imagine, placed in position lately. They fell ..
Criminal
To TriedIn
Be
they term the slaughter of the people. not through mediation,but through mutual with great frequency in the Chinesenew \ .

The real cause of the whole agitation October. town. "

i U on attempt of the extreme party Newnun adjourned, Ga.,the Sept.fall term.-Judge of the Freeman the recognition conflict, of which the ruinous would lead natureof to Yankiatung, which is a village at ;; : ., f

to overthrow the cabinet, since, in perior court su. negotiations that would result in a Pigeon bay and has been occupied by

ipite cf the fact that it is a liberal Friday until the fifth Russo-Japanese alliance. He contend. the Russians, has been evacuated by ,,. .. _
Monday in October, when several ; h'-N' r i*1
ministry. It energetically keeps the criminal will be tried ed, the correspondent says, that although them secretly The Japanese have not t'tc
cases which
ttrttnUits
la hand.AUTOMOBILE. Russia in the end would occupied the village.
were left from ex-
over the regular ses BREAD MAKER
CIDENT. sion. huast and crush Japan, yet Japan could Five hundred cavalrymen who at.

Greeley hold out long enough to place an Intolerable tempted to drive the Japanese from
Phillips, a negro, who killed Pahinngshan have not returned, and -
and useless strain RuSo15ia
a negress about a month upon
C. ago, was sentenced Is believed that the fortress there
r precipitated Down Embankment therefore, was confronted with the it
to be executed
on Yt. 21 but
,
Fatalities Result the attorney for the condemned murderer alternative of either Japan's ruin purchased has been captured. This is the new and up-to-

Baldwin. Mo, Sept. 19.-In endeavor.
by ruinous sacrifices, or o '
ing to turn out to avoid a farmer'a i 'Judge will argue'Freeman for at a the new trial before a treaty of cordial friendship, follow. General Kuroki's Headquarters in date way You do not touch

wagon. an automobile containing two approach. ed in the fullness of time by that offensive the Field, Sept. 14, via Fusan Korea,
ing session of Heard '
t men and two women was precipitateddown The sentence of Luke superior Hall court., who and defensive alliance, which Sept. 17.-The Japanese front is now the dough; takes just 3' ,, .' '

a : .tot embankment near here for tome miles north of Liao Yang, almost
|i killed young McCullough, near Senoia, years constituted the ideal of the minutes to thoroughly mix ? i:' \
today, killing one of the occupants and Japanese governmnet half way to Mukden, and confronting 4' 1
I last spring, was fixed at life, but a me.lion
General lines.
Kuropatkin's outpost
Injuring the others.
for a new trial has been filed. and knead with this machine.
The dead: TO ENFORCE NEUTRALITY.Instructiors General Kuropatkln, it is believed, Is
Jordan Stegall, who killed a negress +
removing his headquarters to Harbin.
"
ibn Kalllen. New York city.
,, ; about six and who Why don't try one.
years ago, was ap- you
Both armies satisfied to
i tae Injured: Sent to Admiral Goodrichat are suspend
prehended in Alabama last spring, was '
I Cdgar Par 'burst. Ballwin, seriously given a sentence of seven years. San Francisco. hostilities for a time. They are ap Make life easier.' We sell ,, \

... ,0Mii Lou Marquitz! St. Louis, seriously Washington, Sept. Instructions parent yexhausted after the battle of

Special Term Ordered. 'were sent to Admiral Goodrich at San. Llao Yang. them on trial, and the Price //' '1'' Lj "s

Mls Nell Marquitz. St Louis, was Francisco today, directing him to detach -
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 19.-It has '
lightly Injured. I one ship from his squadron when CHINA'S ATTITUDE. is right, \ : T--- ...
been definitely determined to call a
Toe party had been for a pleasure session of the Alabama I leaving for Iagdalena bay to hold the ,,i! ,
special supreme -
trip and were returning to Baldwin. j autumn target practice. The vessel Important Developments With Regardto
court for Sept. 29, to take up .I
detached will remain in the vicinityof the Belligerents.Sf ,.
.
and render a decision on the Lusk judiciary S 2 25 1
Sept. 19.-Important
SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE. San Francisco prepared to enforce .
TEfe order the
law. for
term
neutrality should other Russian or Japanese developments regarding China's attitude ( ,
was Issued late Thursday afternoon.
towards the belligerents is anticipated
vessels put in at the Golden
Meeting of Independent Order of Odd Sold
The test will come up on a case from Exclusivelyby .
Fellows at 'Frisco. Gate The Wyoming also has been here in we -informed quarters. ,
Jefferson county In which Chancellor
ordered to remain at Bremerton in There are rumors of closer relations
Ban Francisco, Sept. 19.-Prepara- I
has held that the
Carmichael
J. C. .
for' readiness for the same duty. between China and Japan, of the posclbility Hubbard & Macduff
floss are practically completed
law never properly passed the legisla
of the Japanese turning over
The department has no official information
th and for the entertaint '
reception
*
: ture. It Is the opinion of the best le.
; Port Arthur, when captured, to China,
that there are other RusSian
t meat of the sovereign grand lodge, ol': gal talent of the state that if the law of their restoring Manchuria to the --4-- _-
crusiers bound for the Pacific
the Independent Order of Odd Feljfj' {j Is declared invalid it will disorganize

': = toia, which opens Its sessions here I! the whole judiciary of the state and coast, but there.Is talk to that effect Chinese, etc. Although these reportsare .....- r - - _ It - - ..-..
around San Francisco and it was not confirmed, they lead to quite .. .
J\ - - -
-r 'LI - -
text Monday I make an extra. session of the legislature -
5
a general belief that some sort of negotiations ,
.* thought advisable to be ready for anj r-------
will be ,
A feature of the convention imperative. Acting Governor h
emergency.To are going on behind the The East .I-
ft full military encampment of 500
; Cunningham will not discuss the probability scenes, of which the outside world

i patriarchs mlUtant at the Mechanics' ; of an extra session until he is To f
Meet President Mit hell. has little cognizance. Buy MillineryFor ..01.
t i }attilotGp !! forced to do it. He Is hopeful that J'i
The Russ says it believes the Japanese
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Sept. 19-The distract
""" t' A number of entertainments have such may be avoided. presidents of the United Miners successes are emboldening the Stylish Women! ..'" ( r

jiWen i planned among them a grand -
<
Chinese more and more, '
. geo4fert' : and a full dress ball on the Arrived y tucania.i are in town to meet President Mitchell and that government they are prompting such diplomatic *,......,.....................v.................. ..........
who will arrive here from Washington
, Stoaing Bight of the convention. steps as never
today. A conference will beheld .11'.11'I
the well known authority on the mosquito dreamed of before. Since the Japanese wish to announce to the ladies of Ocala and surroundingtowns
between the national presidentand
t* SEVERE LOSS BY FIRE. I
1"'r" .,.; I!I' theory of malaria, arrived hereon the district president relative tc occupation of New Chwang, and that I am NOW "siting; the markets of the

-{ ftFive Buildings Burned at Caporte, the steamer Lucania from Liverpool the suit at Binghampton in New York direct contact between the Chinese north and east to attend the openings of the large wholesalemillinery
and Queenstown today. :Major
and Japanese they have seemed to
: Ind., State Prison. '. Poss will visit St. Louis and lecture In which A. D. Wales, an attorney ol establishments. I propose to show on my return ,
reach an understanding, the
1>: Uporte, Ind., Sept 19.-Fire today > before the scientific congress and later that city, seeks to recover $200 from occupation quickly of neutral territory evoking one of the most extensive lines of millinery ever shown in
'
President Mitchell and the United
1 Inside
f tatroyed five 5-story buildings
; will go to Panama and Jamaica. miners'strike no protest. this section, and solicit the continuance of the patronage of
for the
Mine Workers settling
walls at Michigan
-he state prison
l
Among the other passengers on the two years ago. The case will The Russ expects the war to take on 1 those who have bought from me before as well as others who
.City, causing a loss of over $100,040.The
Lucania were Rt. Rev. Bishop Ferguson
Chinese neutrality van I
phase as
::t .: fire started from i dry kUn chair be heard next week. a are in search of HIGH GRADE UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY.
Protestant Episcopal missionary
ishes, which the powers in their agree.ment
= James Duffy and James :Mitchel),
statement by
; [factory, according to a returning from Liberia; the Rt. Rev. to preserve China's entuarllty
the textile workers
striking
[.fe* auotborltie, and all the rumors ,I B. J. Kelley, Roman Catholic bishop representing cannot ignore. Moreover the Russ
of Fall River also In town
.to circulation are that the convict Savannah Ga., and Captain W. H. are MRS MINNIE BOST1CK
of They will seek an interview with PresIdent believes the situation will call for ,

: i;red the buildlnc. i! Brownson, 'commandant at the United Mitchell in an effort to secure deeds and not words. It concludes i I : i

'! naval academy at Annapolis.
Charged with Counterfeiting. States aid from the anthracite miners for the "We need not be unduly alarmed
St. Ocala Fla.
Magnlia ,
towever. The Interference of China
x, Mobile Ala Sept W.UmonicaJUtoulo textile workers. i & .

arrested here Invitation toT Englishmen. will scarcely be to our disadvantage." LnHV _____ _._ .____ ______ ate cr rr+n.nwwrr.+rr..rer .__
an Italian was the Charlotte, N. C., Sept. 19.-In response TRIED TO StAY WHOLE FAMILY. i :';r:.=:."'-.- :",-:"--,,. :... .,.- ..- ,,----.p """ .,,"- -,, ." _--. _... .". ,. _
(t how dan ago and identified aa I information'that
to a move- Wireless Telegraphy Conference.
counterfeit gold cerA
men who Missed ment headed by Edward Atkinson, of Monroe Then Shot Himself to Deathat Berlin, Sept.. 19.-The International -
made some
who
ttikatN. woman
Boston, and'R. H. Edmonds of Baltimore Ashland Ga. Wireless Telegraphy conference sum

elleinge In which ahe received one oi to have a number of English spinners Ashland, Ore.:.. 190. E.Mttnroe. moned at the initial meeting in Germany ROBINSON*President }. M. BARCO, WUllft

s Ye bUtt from Antonio and others visit this country and see for a young man employed as has been postponed at the request Commercial Bank of Ocala
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He was pointed
r galied the man. themselves the causes leading to scar. laborer in the.street department went of.France and Great ETitaiiv

-;. .- to Major To. United States immlta city of cotton, the Southern Manu to his wife's'reside-nce and,d1Iberate.ly which-countries. desire .more time.
\... inspector, for this port who facturers' club of this city, has sent -shot his wife,. her mother, Mrs 'There are, many questions Involved. '_ .. ,
believed n : 5'I lr l:
yi jed MJ arrwt Antonio is an'lnvltation to the Englishmen to TaU Dunlap, his wife's sister, Mrs.,Garner, The German government hopes thaInference ff.icMv4i&d ena

I* a member of a King of Italian Charlotte. his own little child! ,. and then shot can be convened two ot .-...
throughout : -
ierfetters operating himself dying Instantly. ,three months later. The Unit&d States -

sctloo of the country. Judge Parker a Pallbearor. The child Is reported dying. government will be notified when,- a IiiB t3CO

Bsopu3. N. Y., Sept 19-Judfe Park Mrs. Garner seriously wounded. date for the meeting of the confer

Hkeovghs Caused Death. I er was one of the 'pallbearers at the Mrs. Dunlap and Monroe's wife are ence shall have been determined on. ct C., ,' r- W 3OK-e.

Dow, Del, Sept. W.-Dr.Farmers Henry I funeral of Dr. Jacob Chambers, which not seriously injured. Music at State Fair. y0..... O:>> .

g sly, president of the took place at Kingston today. Repre. Munroe's wife had instituted divorce Macon, Ga., Sept 19.one of the I c::>>1 cc C
and one of the I -' _S." COCT5 =-t.
t of Delaware York chairman '
of New ,
Harrison, against him and sued for .
sentative proceedings features .O f7i.GZ
cltii of the state fair to'be held in ca ._ _
..hleet and most prominent at his of the Bureau.of Organization for possession of their child. .Macon during the latter part of Oatober = ccca.

i of the state died suddenly campaign, will confer with .. ,
the upstate will be the music furnished by --" '
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Judge the Sixteenth Infantry
due to hiccough He was, 91 Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept 19-Three band.vGeorg '
A. Smith, vice president of the MaconFair
Will Be Opened Nov: 15. received atSagamore :
io4. Bids visitors were has ---t:
.association, practically secured -
Washington: Sept.. 19,-Bids for th the band which is conceded to
Blsmartk'e End Draw Near.' New Hampshire and the!I They were Delavan Smith, editor of 51It
Bisk battleship be one of.the best in the country for
"lia. Sept lf-Prlwe lierbert'recording armored ,cruisers Montanatand NortlJear I the Indianapolis News, B. W. Tabor: &ta.tefalr. (
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to the latest advice una'.will he-opened at the navy r of New York, and George Ade, the author rthe .. Does a General- Banking DuslnesM.

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t THE HOUSEWIFE'S PART. LENA NOT ALONE. I

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: Other Russian Ships Wandering the
BY 6USIE }I. BEST.

Oh, men, and oh, brothers, and all of San Francisco Pacific, Sept.Ocean.19-The Chronicle : TANb 1 REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND INVESTMENTS.

you others, I .
today says: II
1 beg of you pause and listen a bit, From a reliable source it has been :I OCALA, FLORIDA.

And I'll tell without altering any of it, learned that the-Lena was not alone I :

The tale of the housewife's part. In her wanderings in tae eastern; : Pacific PHOSPHATE LANDS A SPECIALTY
Columbus, Ohio, May 19,1903.
ocean, and it is stad with au- f .
Mixing and fixing, Some four years ago I was suffering fI
Brewing'and stewing, thority that somewhere:: east of a line from impure blood and a general run- r,I

y Basting and tasting, drawn froia the Hawaiians to Una- down condition of the system. I had no The new resort on the bluff at East Lake Weir is now being staked off into one one hundred I.M i.y Oeaaity
laska: in the Aleutian chain, at 1 least appetite,was losing flesh and had an all i Surveyor Ioorhead. These lots will be on the market in a week or two. The first ten purcha+err ol I.1e aPt *. '
Lifting and sifting, two of the cruisers are roaming the gone tired feeling that made me miserable. I ceive a ten.per cent. discount after the tenth lot is sold. If you have not seen the property buy a kit aitftittiw; If
Stoning and boning, I began the use of S.. S. S., and : it two will increase in value."Weir. '
vcti have seen buy they
Toasting and roasting, teas, and apt at any' time single or to. after taking seven or eight bottles my skin -
gether, to seek the close haven fouad was cleared of all eruptions and took on a I
Kneading and seeding, ruddy, healthy glow that assured that t'j
by the Lena last Sunday.: me .
Straining and draining, Whether the Korea is one of the:" my blood had been restored to its nor Is Is Beautiful.'.
Poking and soaking, mal, healthy condition. My appetite was :i.aI.e:: :: near }
and two vessels known to be near t.t restored, as I could eat anything put.be- Is Ocala and on the 1laN'i....
Choosing using,
coast or whether she is a third vagrant fore me, and as I regained'my AppetiteI Is Worth Showing to \'kMert.The 1.

Reasoning and seasoning, cruiser, is not settled.It increased in weight, and that tired feeling
Paring and sharing- is generally believed in naval which worried ;me so much disap-
This is the housewife's part. circles, the cruisers referred to are peared, and I was once again my old self.I land now being subdivided is elevated and has a gradual slope from the edge of the MiMf fwWela Ii ......
heartily recommend S. S. S. as the 25 feet above the level of the lake) to the back of the property which is about 75 feet above Lake Lfw. Tfc.
Filling and spilling, converted auxiliaries like the Lena, best blood purifier and tonic made, and elevation will be marked on ,each lot on the plat which will be printed in this paper in due tlnw.
Pounding and sounding, but there is a possibility that they strongly advise its use to all those in need Watch this tilll'C grow from line to 1111w..1" .

Creaming and steaming, are regular men-of-war, and like the of such medicine. VICTOR STCBBINS.Cor. .
Barthman and
Skimming and trimming, Lena, were forced to escape from the Washington Aves. --ag

Coring Mopping and and pouring chopping, in eastward.good shape Their, they machinery are keeping being still the My system Wheeling was run. V.down, May and 28 my, 1503.joints : _....... ,...... '"" -_>i_-:. :_._,_....""......-........ .......-..' ....._ __I" 6_-.. _..-. ...__ ...":;'jT:1.Jt

sea as long as possible, but will probably ached and pained me considerably. had
Shelling and smiling, used S. S. S. before and knew what it
Grinding and minding, not make port until their coal was, so I purchased a bottle of it and have .
Firing and tiring, runs out. It Is pointed out that the taken several bottles and the aches and I 1 Ijard Man To Beat.
and knowledge that these cruisers may be pains are gone,'my blood has been cleas- .
Cannng servingThis encountered anywhere between San ed and my general health built up.' I can
is the housewife's part to it blood
testify as a purifier and tonic.
Francisco and Honolulu or along the
1533 Market St. JOHN C. STEIN '
Oiling and boiling and broiling, great circle route between Puget J --

Buying and trying and frying, sound and Japan, will have a marked symptoms If you have of any dis-

Burning and turning and churning, deterrent effect on those engaged in ordered blood

Pricing and icing and slicing, shipping contraband from American or write u s and our I jJ

Hashing and mashing and splashing, British Columbia ports. S S advise physicians free.will I /

Scanning and planning and canning, At any fate the New York and the you
Scanning and squeezing and freezing Marblehead, which will remain here Our book on n

This is the housewife's part Immediately, are" on the qul rive, and blood and skin \\ _
free.
at any time to greet one or both ol diseases sent
Aching and baking and making and the newcomers with the promptnessthat The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.

shaking, they greeted the Lena.
Beating and heating and seating] and -- -

treating, Carried 3,350 Passengers.

Oh, men, and oh, brothers, and all of Queenstown Sept. 19. The \Yiitl bUM BE. HInOrGII

you others- Star steamer Celtic, which sailed to

Do you envy the housewife' day for New York, carried 3,350 souls.

part? I believed to be the largest number ever

-New Orleans Times-Democrat. taken on one vessel from a: British and Y T1Cjl

port. Nine hundred and fifty of then IRE.SSED 0p.

Some of Oc li's Improvements.A eabarked here, and about 100 steerage
passengers were left behind on
building boom has fairly struck account of the lack of accommodationRun Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.

Ocala. Mr. C. J. Phillips had no i
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sooner finished a cottage for himself ,

than he erected one in the same Over by Engine. Ocala, Fla.
Cordele Ga., Sept. 19. James Ensign
neighborhood for: Mr. J. P. Phillips,
a well known mill man, was rune -.-..--......-...-------.--
and as soon as it was completed h over by an engine at Ocilla Friday and J P

began one for Mr. A. E. Handley, of killed.
C'oy-
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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. V'Li'
of.Gen. Robert Bullock on the two !

acre lot formerly owned by Mr. C. L. .James Srltt has agreed to fight Jot

Moore. Gans, after he has disposed of the

Mr. Geo. Mackay has also been Corbett affair. Both boxers agree The man) who buys HARDWARE ofAR1ONHRDWARECOMPANY

to scale 138 pounds ringside, says I
bUllY all summer. He built a second
San Francisco dispatch.
story to the store Mclver & Mac
Oscar B. Weber; musician, invent
kay and otherwise beautified* it.. It tor of gas and furnace appliances and

it now one of the prettiest buildings widely known for his connection with

in the city and'is a credit to Mr. Mac- the German societies and charities oi

New York, is dead at the age of 45
kay as an architect.Mr. AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" "
... He was rated as one of the best ama .
Mackay is now engaged in constructing !
teur.pianists in America. I It Will STOVES AND RANGES
five stores in that portionof I
A lively debate has been held in fh I I .
the Ocala House formerly used as Dermatological congress on the sub I I

the dinning room and is also building ,I Ject of cancer, says a New York Times II Pay You CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

I dispatch from Berlin. Conclusion .
very pretty residence for Mrs. C. C.I
eventually were reached that cancer
Todd on Earl steet. on the surface are curable; that in in You have any Real Estate ELLVVOOD FENCINGA
IF
Mr. Frank Dorsey is also erecting curable cases the pain can be less to sell,

' a very neat little cottage next door i ened and life prolonged and that the I I ORYou're '
baccillus of cancer is still unknown.An Full Line of Everything sually Carried
to Mr. 51. Fishel's, and there are I in a
appeal to the clergy of Chicago in thinking of coming
several other houses built indifferent
being to arouse a feeling of condemnationfor II to Florida for a home, First Class Hardware Store.
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parts of the city. _
the reopening next Monday of th

Mr. J. M. ileffert is making a number Iroquois theater has been issued bj OR SASH DOORS AND' BLINDS
TURPENTINE MILL AND
of improvements on the Connorhu the Iroquis Memorial association. The MINING SUPPLIES. -
You desire to invest in
organization had a special al any
meeting IF I
e on Earl street, which he recently kind of Florida property
which an open letter of protest wan .
purchased, and he will soon prepared. This recounts the fire hop MARZONXHARDWAREXCQMpANyDANGER :
TO SEE
occupy the same. ror in the theatre last December and .. .
urges the ministers to oppose the fur OH WRITE -- '. :..... ,. '(>'_ '-. _' .'-0. ::10 '

"Do It To Day." ther use of the building as a place ol I

The time-worn injunction, "Never amusement.
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put off 'til to-morrow what you can do Chicago is to have a t new packtol JIH.LIVINGSTON &SONS N ill

to- '" plant, capitalized at $2,500OOQI ,COMING
this form"Do it to-day! That is and with a dally capacity of 1,000 cat I! OCALA. FLORIDA I

the about terse that advice hacking we cough want to or give demor you tie company, 5,000 has hogs been and incorporated 5,000 sheep. under Tin ; -. -- Sign that Point to Brlght'a DI.. .SS......................

alizing cold withwhich.: have been the laws aae or other Fatal Forma I :
you of New York, and negotiations Pil Goods Delivered
struggling for several days, perhaps for a site at the Union Stock Given Away of Kidney Trouble. free. Write for Price LIs.
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weeks. Take some relibalej-emedyjfor Yards are under way. The plant it $500. There .
are thousands of
It today and let that remedy be Dr. expected to be erected and in workin] Write us or ask an persons who are .
unconsciously In danger of the fate
Alabutlne dealer for that
Boschee's German Syrup, which has order by May 19, 190:;;. I fall panlcnlari and free sample card ofRnnse has lately befallen .
BO of
many our most
been in use for over thirty years. A Preparations for the autmn tour ol prominent men and women who have died -
few doses of it will undoubtedly re- the veteran actor, Joseph '
Jefferson; from kidney trouble. These diseases are .
leive your cough or cold, and its have been abandoned
continued and all !
engage THe SANITARY
WALL COATINd. alarmingly on the Increase,and they come -
use for a few days will ments for the
cure season cancelled I
,
ao j Destroys dutente germs and vermin on BO Insidiously that few realize their .
you completely. No matter how cording to the New York World. Recently Never ruts 'Ir Kales. You can -
-mix with cold water. Beautiful effects condition till life Is actually In danger.In .
x deep-seated your cough,even if dread he was attacked by Indigestloi on walls and in white and delicate tints. the early of .
stages kidney disease
consumption has attaked your lungs at Buzzard's Bay, and because of 'bli 1 /NOT hot-water A disease-breeding glue preparation.out-of-date Kall Oo there may be headache, backache, on- I sd. Ftiat J _
German Syrup will surely effect tt advanced age, some alarm Is fell Hi mines bearing fanciful names and
mixed with hot water are stuck on with natural appetite, bad taste In the mouth, .
cure as it has done before in thousands soon recovered, but after a consult j clue, which rob nourishing germs of
furred
dry or
of apparently hopeless of tlon with his physicians, has decidedto deadly diseases and rubbing and seal tongue, thirst, dry skin or t
cases ing, spoiling walis.clothing and furni itrong perspiration,sediment in the urine
lung trouble. New trial bottles 25c abandon the plans for the seasons ture. Buy Alabaitlne in 5' .
; will properly labelled, ot paint, hardware or unnatural feelings in various parts of I .,, ,
regular size, 75c. For sale at.AntiMonopoly remain at his summer home, goln| and drug dealers. Leaflet of tints the tody. Don't all S
later to Florida. "Hintion Decorating,"ant!our arms'ideas expect these ilgru : k
Drug Store. m free. uWIfi! CO,IDS liter SI.IL I, to show themselves. As soon as r .
An unusual influx of Irish emigrant \u trail Bipidi,lick you
notice any of them, commence at one
In the last two months .Is reported b 1 F sale by Melver& .
Our State Campaign. Mackay B. Majters.McIVER the ass of FOLXT'S KID KT CCBB. J -1 ,
the emigration authorities .
at Nevi
Hon N. B. Broward, nominee for York. The records show that In the THOMAS MAPLE, Blrbeck, 111. writes: I ,
"I had *very bad ease of kidney trouble
governor on the democratic ticket, last seven days nearly 2,500 Irish emigrants and JAOKAIWiiii and my back pained me so I could not i m. .

and other distinguished speakers, these, nearly have arrived 70 per at cent Ems were Island.girls 011! itralghtea up. The doctor's treatmentdid I ''If

began the political campaign in Florida and only 'a small percentage of th me no good. I saw FOLEY'S ETDXETCCBB --. t

Wednesday at Daytona and u vill total were over 23 years old. : advertised and took one bottle f! .
which cured me and I have not ,been
make a complete itinerary of the I ,. t
Strikers affected sin I .
-e. gladly
recommend
I Many, Return to Work. I ,I this t
state, ending at Jacksonville >
up Nov FUNERAL S
remedy. 01.1 '
Chicago, Sept. 19.-Almost 500 ol f ? ForreatCe,. e" *: 11I" ;-
7, the day before the general elec the former strikers were hired today lI I Ii It Is a simple thing to make your kidneyi Corn itM.unr''H": ) jf ; II:. n.. o0..1010 ,11.

tion.t i to take their old places at the Union t DIRECTORS. right when they are not badly affected f2.OQ tot 00 K+n"' '"rpffi'ttBOWEN App, !UO"'Ot"anti IJ.aeb Rrantlt y

The distinguished genltemeu will e Stock Yards, and an exodus of non -1- ; but it la not so easy after destructionhas i bend P0'tofllce:or Ex"rtM Sinner Orders X. Itre M, t.
zr'a
union men. All told, about 17,000 ol set In. Fos KIDSST Cess will
in Ocala on the forenoon of Oct. 4. the strikers are at work, 8,000 etiU Have full stock of Coffins. Caskets cure every form of kidney and bladder I

awaiting employment. About the ama and Burial Outfits. Special given to trouble if taken early and it will give re- & COMPAIY.

ItVLm'.ioNEl number of "strike-breaters" are still Burial services. lief even In the most hopeless case It ii

retained by the packers, 3,500 beiaj U an honest preparation wd will da all I 140 E. DAY
GuPu. ... -, Pit, *jPoeamod* housed and fed inside the yards Embalming to Order J that* claimed far it ST. JACKMNVILLE 4 I

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PLACED NOTICE OF ELECTION mony In the Courts of Rsoord. .and Ja "Section 20. The Leguteiura shin not NOTICE OF ELECTION.

.cROWN UP11 I ]TRAIN WRECK ON Whereas The Legislature of 1903. tintet -all criminal cases originating in the Or 1 pass special or local laws ta any of the
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cult Courts. The court shall have the pow. >following enumerated cases; that is to say
the Constitution of 1S85 of the State of i|''(er to issue writs of mandi*- cartiarart i regulating the jurtaUctlfla arid duties oi To the Sheriff of Markka.nty.of ht Ha* af

1ROW OF; KING PETER Torlda, did pas seven joint resolutions':prohibition, QUO warranto, hibttu OOTPOA 'any class of officers, or for C* ptahamenl Florida:

(IlliNOIS CENTRALDiamond itapaei&s amendments to the Constitutlon'of ,and also all writs necessary or prow to
the State of Florida and the same were!I,the complete cxercUa >at its juriadlctton enforcement of special toe*! laws regulating FoaL Secretary of Mate el tu Ut* *f

ixmd to by a vote of ttraa-fourths of all,Each of the Justice thtS. hue power to'' the pracdoa of cocrts of justice: Florida.do hereby rue notice that a .aml
the mcmbftn letd to each house: that, Election will be held in kUrioa ClMast,. tuta
Un writs of lieu corpo to any part !providing for cSjacgtog TBKM of civil sod of Florida on Tuesday nut Miocec. wc IIN
Coronation Ceremonies at Bel. Special Leaves Track QM YOU on laid Joint resolutions were wtth en-,.of the State upon petition by or on tetoti''criminal cases; granting dlwrca*: changing first Monday ia November A.D. < the seLl
tend upon thalr respective Journals of any person held In actual custody and tha nxmts of pezKo; vacating roads: Tuesday being theEight1&

grade Servia. Near Barclay Ill. FlU and nay thereon and they did detcm1n. ;may make such writs returnable before i ihlmsaif tmTTTmnorl aDd In1.1'f grand and petit Day _f A'we$, ['.
6"d direct that the said Joint resoattons the
or Supreme
Court or any Jus. :jvrtes and provldlnaT for their oompansa* For five ,
preUJtntul rlector
be robmltted to the electors of thatU 'tice thereof or before Circuit tlon for *" colect} ol
any Judge, ; and
For .
one repreftentative of the t" 6>*fT* te*
NO THIRTEEN COACHES DERAILED. at tho fcaeral election in November and when not returned to tie S:1.Ip taxes for StyLi c&d ***}"*$ ytJ nrsslorpa] aldutrict of Florida u tat nflr-ninth c att*.

HOSTILE DEMONSTRATION 1904. Court, an appeal to that court shall al purposes; tor optdlss and ffffufty g alao of the United 6Ut..

Now. therefore J, H. Clay Crawford. ways Be. I..Uons,f. Stats and county sAd nrontirfysl For governor of the Ute of Florid.

In tolemn Fireman Was Killed Engineer Seriously Secretary of State of the State of Florida Section 11 cf article F of the Cocjtitutton officers and fOf't gntIuZ tU plaaI.a ot For secretary of state of Ue state.f VtorUi.
Ritual af Greek Church and 4o- bereby five notice that a I of the State of Florida la hereby amended voting for the I&le of real esf4beiosfng For attorney-ceneral oi the state of FtorUa.

, $In the Elaborate State Procession Hurt and a Number of the GENERAL ELECTION I so aa to read as follows: I,to ndoors estates of dBQedaata and oi For For treasurer comptroller of or the the state state of ol KlofiA Ftan a.

Florida "Sec. 11. The Circuit Ooorts shall bAn persona l&boefcg under 1e iaaliI For
wm be hId In each county In onad7 fuperintendeot of public iaatractWa at
Following, Tragedy of 6.rvla's Previous Passengers Injured-Switch Had next ncceedinff the first Monday exclusive original jurdlsdlctloa In all case regulating tN fee of ofBoer* of t& 6tat the state o' J1JoriJa.PorcommiNWDcr

In November A. D. 18M. the said Tuesday In equity. Also In all ca es at law not or count er. m=tddes; grrtng ffaei ol afrkuhnre .f the Mats
Ruiir Found No Echo. Been Tampered With. baler th* i oognlzabla by inferior CCWTW. and In an to informal or invalid deeds or wOls: lCttmfring > of Florida.
t cases involving the legality of any +TJ &o; chngren: provMing for tbe adopdon Fur one justice of the aapreme omrtof tat
Mattoon. Ill, Sept. 22.-The Diamond EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER seesment or toll: of the action of ejectment.1,of ttate( Florida for*li years.
!I1U.! Servla children; relieving minors from II For thr. i.- .of
Sept. 22.-King e ce tne Mprrme court st lit*
and of
special on the Illinois Central was for the ratification or rejection of the .aJ\1 aa actions Involving the title or,d&abllltlss and for the estabmnnct of state of Florida.For .
letter Karac orgev1tch was crowned Utot resolutions proposing amendments to boundaries of real estate and of all crtm1.:I ftrrtasii -
wrecked at Barclay 7 miles from here I ODf r.ii,w4d curamiMiaocr for tat ttatt
kUf of BerrU today. tba CoutftstloQ of tfre State of Florida, nal case not cognisable by Interior courts ii;I Section M. article I. of CM Constitution Florida.
today: ill and original jurisdiction of action of ford;'''of the Btst of Fkrtd ta hoeby amended Kur two members lie hou* of reprewmia

Them irwe no hostile demonstra. Thirteen coaches were derailed but his entry and unlawful detainer and oi 1 so as to read u foUowst't Uve ol. theat.t. of Florida
inch other matters as the Legislature X'r YW1"'V .
judge.
. tiara and no attempt to carry out the ARTICLE XX!. 1M'provide. 't i "Section 24 The Legblfltxrrj* 1111 PorthertiLior <-
killed although They Shall have
none of the passengers were final appellate
; lustrous threats against tho newklU' jurisdiction in all civil and crtminai cases| nsa a uniform system of ocnntyi IO'ftl n- clcrftwf the circvt court.Forrouaiv .
several were slightly Injured. --- i ment. It shall divide moalcfparnes Into ." i lift. In the solemn ritual of That arising in the County Court or before tin';classes of not than four the bails For lax collector.Hor .
The fireman was killed and the engineer the following amendment to tot County Judge. a&4 of all mlsdamemcon' more. on
i tilt Greek church and in the elaborate Constitution of the Stata of Florida be and civil case tried In the Courts of Record j let popobfiaa: It shall establish torfcb oin.y utmMUtt
seriously injured.On and the same la. hereby agreed to, and or judgments or sentences of 1 clasa a unKDrm system of gtrrjcsuzoant Fur upcnntcnd of public '.
state
whlcli any xnwniclpal For
proceaeion
r
and
preceded Inspection it was shown that the shall be submitted to the electors of the court and cf all caw arisingbe.j' : it aiaU pzortt for the re For cuunly five county unrtyor.CIOCID.
State at the general election In November llnoorporaUoa of each now exltftis monicipaUty -
fore Justices
of
the Peace in aconites in
switch could not be moved. The For three members of the contay board'
and tor
{904, for ratification or rejection. which there Is no County Court. or Court the fctaatpraatftm of t&dI public instruction.

light was out and the lock was foundIn Section 6 of article S of the Constitution -st Record and saperv&on and appellaUJurUSotlon hereafter to be IDooi-v-KAted ounlcJpallty Korju.t'ceof! the peace ia aain -1 tc.bt Mew'

an adjoining field.The of the State of Florida Is hereby of matters arising before Coun.,into one of tuflh claaaes. sad no law r*. ? ]u-tic districts, ric.

amended so as to read as follows: ty Judges pertaining to their probate Jns1'Dialing to tire craaOon gwsenmwnt or paw Number one.
switch was in perfect order less Section 6. The Legislator shall provide diction or to the estates and interest at I ers of any nmnlctp&irty or nombar of uoDicipaQtiea Number two.

than an hour previous. for the ejection: by the qualified electors ol minors, and of such other matters u the' less than the whole of a class, Number three.

each county of the following county officers Legislature may provide. The Circuit shall bt valid." Number Number tiyo four.

: Courts and Judges shall have power ta i I Section 8, artIcle 8, of-tlia Corotttuttai ol Number six.Number ..

L I j GENERAL STRIKE ORDER A Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff. issue writs of mandamus, Injunction quawa12 I I the State of Florida_is benZty sepealad. MTVCO. .

Constable, a County Assessor of Taxes a a.nto. ceftiorari. prohibition frafr aj Number eight.
.. County Tax Collector. a County Treasurer corpus and all writs, proper or necessary: The votes cast in cnmpii-i- with said Number nine. -.
Has Been Postponed by New York a Superintendent of Public Instruction ana
Building Trades Alliance. County Surveyor. ." I declaration and returns thaveaC shall b* Number eleven

The term of odea of all county officers I Section 24 of article 6 of the Constitution I subjected to the same regrulatBaeo and re Number twelve.
New York, Sept. 22.-Issuance of a mentioned In this section shall be foui: of the State of Florida Is hereby amended rtlona as are provided by Jaw for can Number Number thirteen.fourteen. ,

general strike ultimatum to the employers yars, except that the term of office ol; so as to read aa follows: ,,,6701 election In the Stats of Ftortda. I I Number 6f\ ca.

ii. by the unions in the building the County Assessor of Taxes, County Tax:.I "Sec. 24. Upon: the application of a ms.jority In testimony whereof I bsvre hereunto Number lixtten.
J Collector and County Treasurer, shall be t of the registered voters of any;aot my hand and affixed the.groat sea} o4 Number seveat en
trades alliance here has been post for two years until the general election j county In this State the Legislature shall I the State oi Florida at Tanahiraea the |I Number eighteen
f November "establish I In such county a court of reo.oro .,capital this the first day of JUagnst X IX Number nineteen.
poned. It is said to have been, presented 1206 at which election they alac t".t11ty.
and the Numper
shall be one Judge for cacti
. Shall be elected for
, t today with the purpose of at each and thenceforth terms all county of four officers years I I lot the said courts. who shall be a praotlo I (L. E) H. CLAT CRAWFORD.I Number Number twcntv-two twenty-one.

tempting to end the lockout ia force named In this section shall be elected ing attorney at law, and'who shall be apr -I 1 BftCTftLflJ f_Qt &B&Wlby Number tuty-tbree.
pointed by the Governor and confirmed bj' To H. Nugent, Shenff Marion County.
terms of four years. Their powers, dutlef I 'I 1 Perry Number twenty-four
the alliance unions.
against
; and compensation shall be the Senate, and who shall hold his offlo I Number twenty-five.
Many of the employers claim to 00 law. prescribed bj for four )' The annual salary of th 11 Number twenty-tic.
i ii 'Judge of said courts shall be told o/uarter-.1 Number tweatr-Kven.
i filling the places made vacant by the 1[ ly by the county where such COOrtlS eetabliahed. Number t.tntr-eigbt. >
.
4tT members of the alliance. A revol! !I ARTICLE XXII. !,,1 and shall be as follows In coun-1 Number twenty-nice.
1i
> Sill AQgOBglll lilXU. has taken place in the plasterers' That the following amendment to the )ties or less than fifteen thousand popuiation \ Number Number thirty thirty one .

| followed the coronation the tragedy ol I I Constitution of the State of Florida be one thousand dollars; In counties of, ForcoiuUbleinaa4fartbctricti sewi.g 4ei
About 400 from fifteen
union. men employed exclusively thousand to
thirty thousand
and the same Is hereby agreed to, and ( ,viz:
} itn1& previous ruler found no echo. in ornamental plastering shall be submitted to the electors of the population sixteen hundred doUare: tn' Number one .

mid the thunder of the State at the general'election in 1904 for counties of from thirty thousand to forty. PAl Number twc
saluting
1'1 guns withdrew and formed a union of their or rejection. fire thousand popcfatton two thousand Number three. -_ -

I from the royal palace and the garritf ownPart of the members returnedto ratification Sec !on 8 of article 12 of the Constitution dollars; and in counties of more than forty. Number four.
fire.
Number
,five thousand
>n KIng Alexander's murder was at work at once, ignoring a strike or II hereby amended so as to read as follows dollars; population and all Criminal twenty-four Courts hundred Number six.
of
Section 8. Each county shall be required Number seven
leu outwardly forgotten. dered by the old union. Record now established in this State shall ,
to assess and collect annually for the cupj j Number tight.
upon the adoption of this
Her and In garrison, town amendment become Number nine. -
every port of public free schools therein a tax
( and be Courts of Record
of Bervia the dawn of day was mark- Strike Order Issued. or not less than three (3), mills nor more provided, and all officers of such as Criminal herein ::;o QTMs.9 Number Number eleven.ten.
I than seven (T) mills on the dollar, of all
.d by salute ot twenty on guns Courts of Record shall be officers of ench Tumber twelve.
t a Chicago, Sept. 22.-Orders for a taxable property In the same. courts and discharge the duties and receive Number thirteen.

u4 before the sun was well up, Kins general strike of the 300 dredgemen the emoluments of such uatfl the expiration Number fourteen.

Peter on horseback, rode out from the now employed in Boston harbor oa ARTICLE XXIII. of their present term of office." : .. Number Number fifteen.sixteen.
That the following amendment to the Section 25 of article 5 of the Constitution j',-----. ;
,ihce. The imperial procession then government work have been issued by Constitution of the State of Florida be and of the State of Florida is hereby amended Number Number eighteen.seventeen,

started for the cathedral through the the Chicago headquarters of the Inter the same Is hereby agreed to, and shall be I so as to read as follow: Number nineteen.

troop-lined street. national Dredgemen's union. Tha aubmitted to the electors X the State at';i "Section 25. The Court of Record shall Number twenty.
the general election in November. A. D. have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal Number twenty-one.
Behind the soldiers were packed strike order was the result of the refusal 1904 for ratification or rejection. eases not capital which shall arise In&aid Number twenty-two.
Number
twenty-three.
6.s crowds who In spite of tire, rainy of the Boston dredge contractors Section 18 of article 5 of the Constitution county and of all cases at law hit Number twenty-four.

shall be and Is hereby amended so as to t which the demand or value of the prop Number twenty-five.
t weather stood patiently awaiting to to sign the scale and
wage agre& read aa follows: erty does not exceed one thousand dollars Number twenty-six..

a*. the kins. The royal heralds, meat recently presented by the unioo. Sfection 13. The Legislature may organize and. concurrent with the Circuit Court Number twenty-keveo.

i earalry and life guards and carriages In suci counties as It may think properCounty shall have exclusive jurisdiction of proceedings Number twenty-eight.
t Courts which shall have jurisdlo-; relating to forcible entry and unlawful Number twehtyoinc.
with tho Montengren and Servian prinsm AT OYSTER BAY.President's detainer lands and Number thirty.
It tion of all cases at law In which the demand tenements Number thirty one.
, preceded the monarch. Beside or value of the property Involved jl t Section 25 of article 6 of the Constitution Clias. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W. In testimony whereof I have h,,ata set

lhall not exceed five hundred dollars; of, of the State of Florida is hereby amended! Bay St. Jacksonville Flay my hand and affiixed the grtai teat
King Peter rode his two sons, George Sojourn There to End en proceedings relating to the forcible entryor so as to read as follows: ofthesuteol Fterida.at TatUhtaL -

j and Alexander The cathedral was Thursday. unlawful detention of lands and tenements J'I "Section 26. There shall be six terms -t '; 0 [ s ( seethe capital. tAte th, firtt bf fSeptember
'of the Court of Record In A. D. 194.
reached shortly after 8 o'clock. Repre. Oyster Bay L. I., Sept 22.-President and of misdemeanors and final appellate "' Section 27 of article 5 of each the year. II. CLAY CilA W'OID.

of the foreign the I Roosevelt's at jurisdiction In civil cues arising In tion ,of Conat1tn-1 f.t'f .'J._ ''' crt Seer.Ip 1IsSs.
powers sojourn Sagam ra the State of Florida .
I11'ntaUnc the courts of the Justices of the Peace. : ; T" Perry II. Nu snt, hrrtZMaes c...,.
I ablaet ministers and others had alI Hill will end tomorrow when he and The trial of such appeals may be de novo I'amended so as to read as follows: I ; 1 .1 tr t- r'j'f' ,
:< "Section 27. Then t. -- -
shall be for eafij R
I I ready baEft waiting for some time. his family will start for Washington.Early fudge it the option shall be of the the appellant Judge of The the County County' Court of R cord a Prosecuting Attorney t 't "-,?: :' .s' NOTICE. i -

to be named the County
today the president and Mrs. Solicitor who
'
shall be at law. '
and attorney
it", Imposing Ceremony. Court an lhall be appointed by the Governor tti i2
j took horseback ride 'Tbere shall be elected br the aoalifiedelectors and
Roosevelt long ,
a ,
confirmed by the Senate Of Application for Tax Dee.1 UBder Sectteu i.f
and who
i! As King Peter entered the metropol. or said county at the time when L hall
passing through the village of Oyster ..hold office for four years. His compensa- Chapter SSS Laws of Flortl
Is
the said
Attorney
Judge elected. a Prosecuting 1EzDsi1
; Itfn consecrated him and more artillery Uon shall be fixed by law." "
Bay on the way. Their neighbors and i for said county who shall hold office I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT'.M
I. Section S of article 6 of the Oliver Fort of et14.
I salutes were fired. The king for four His duties and ConstlturHon -- :f turchara tea
. friends gave them a cordial reception,1 years. compensation of the State of Florida Is hereby! Experience has established It as cato No. 173..dated the 6lh day of AUI.A.D. 1'.
then took up his position under a can. shall be prescribed by law. Bud IJMI. voId ail ha. filed said certificate in office. < bee
and waved a hearty farewell, the ride' : amended so as to read as follows: i ii I Ij by deaiers. lou my aa
courts may be abolished at the pleasure oj made application for Ux drHt to tune ,in accordance -
and the metropolitan, assisted by i "Section 28. All offenses triable the!\ BOW-they rO1 :.1 FjcJ .
opy affording the occupants of the villaga! the Legislature. 'Courts m AnnIpostpidfrtotonltp1ic1 : with law. said cent icate cntferaee* the
of Heoord
many bishops and other clergy, comrancd Provided that all County Judges .holding: shall be prosecuted upon .' following described prvperty nl ailed MJIanon
the last opportunity of seeing the president ,Information under oath and may be filed county, Florida towit:
the solemn service the choir before election day. Bald office at the ratification of this amendment Kit any time, whether the court is In ft. D. M. FERhY & CO. Northca.t quarter of outhe.* qarl ted

Thee Ever Lord." Alter shall continue In the exercise of the :,ifon or not, by the County Solicitor but DETROIT, MICH. southeast quarter of Mitheant quarter xcliaa
alD.CtDcnuk
The president and Mrs. Roosevelt t duties thereof according to their respectiVE ethe, grand Jury of the Circuit Court for 36. township 16 range 24.

prayer the premier and other min. entertained at luncheon today FrankW. commissions and until their successors an lithe| county In which said Court of Record I The said land being Mtened al the date of the
LoMuace of such certificate the of -
fl.
duly qualified and provided further, tht in name tJ.
handed the and the re- Ills held may indict for offenses triable
b
crown ,
tilers
NOTI CL:. trustee also L A. and i
Higgins and Jacob Riis who returned when any County Court shall hereafter t Court of Record. Brown Origg j
Upon the finding of..
tithe Martin. said certificate
I'nI'-ss than be
galls to King Peter. He kissed the recently from a summer visit to established In any county In this State th! ntch Indictment, the Circuit Judge shall In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit or accirding to law. Ux deed wiU UM wdected

: cr wn, placed It on his head and robedhtmJelt Denmark.The County Judge of said county shall hold -3j commit or ban the accused for trial la Florida, Marion County thereon on the loth day or Scot. A D. 'Vit.
office and perform the duties of Judge ol' Witness official and teal thiS the
I In the royal garments. An the Court of Record and the County So. In Re Proceedings to Establish Tax CertificatesNos. m v signature
the Court until his of OffiCE i6th day of A. D.,
County term ;etlcltor: of said court shall Immediately file Aug. 1904.
_
I 2777 and 2780. of Sale December 2d f. .
artillery salute of 101 guns announcedto shall expire Ii therein an information, based upon suca A. D. [SEAL) S SlsTRBXK.S
Western Corn Crops.
1895. 19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. FU.NOTICE. .
of Belgrade that King \
the people
the
Chicago, Sept. 22.-Although T
ARTICLE XXIV. To August Hoack and all others whom it
It mfy
been crowned. was
Peter had which Information the
is not out of Indictment upon
corn crop entirely danger Concern: .
That the following amendment to the '*
accused shall b tried.
nearly three hours before the service I
the indications throughout the west Constitution of the State'of-Florida be, and Section 29 of article 5 of the Constitution VUC ARE HfcREBV NOTIFIED THAT

was concluded, and the ritual of the are that it will be harvested before the the same Is hereby agreed to and shall of the State of Florida la hereby amended W Allsop by his tttorney, Carlos L. bts- Application for Tax Deed Under hecttM lei

church complied with. King Peter be submitted to the electors of the' State so as to read as follows: trunk Esq has this day nled in this court his 'I Chapter 4 S8. Law of FterUa.

the coronation docu- killing frosts upset the present calculations at the general election In 1904 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County I issued petition December to ttotabl.SI1 Tax for Certificate No. 2777, XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT II M.

afUnrard signed of the farmers. Report to the or rejection: Court la any county where a Court of Record the year 1894 and 21,1895.ihe co ts on unpaid the northwest taxes lor 1> Hampton purchaser of Uxeertiaette* No*.
nent which was witnessed by the That section 10 of Article 9 of the Constitution is established." quarter southeast and > 420 nd 946. dated the *u.t day of J... 4.
weather bureau last night indicated quarter south halt of.
Li. has filed said certificates. omcv
the premier the cabinet of the State of Florida is hereby Section 30 of article 5 of the Constitutionof southeast quarter 01 section 73. township 17. i 1902. rajr
netropoUtan ,
and ha*made application for tax deed to (MM
safe temperatures throughout the amended so as to read as follows: the State of Florida Is hereby. amendedso range, containing IM acres of land; and also !
accordance with isa Mid certtfcate
ministers and the other heads of state. southwest with light frosts in northern Sec. 10. The credit of the State shall, as to read as follows: Tax. Certificate. 2780, issued December zd 'I1S95. in the following described property titna embrace ted-

'hVearlng the crown on his head and f utly Illinois Wisconsin Minnesota not be pledged or loaned to any Individual "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of northeast for unpaid quarter taxes northeast lor the year 1894 of on the Ii I in Manor county Florida to wit:
Iowa
left the cathedral company, corporation or association: nor Record shall be elected by the electors of township quarter section of' Wect half of northeast qaaitrr sect* a M,
the king 17. range 24. contaimur40
acres
robed. the Dakotas, Nebraska and Kansas shall the State become a Joint owner or the county In which the court is established land The petition states that this was township iv range 19. and north half ftf .th-

remounted his horse and rode throughthe and killing frosts in parts of Minnesota stockholder In any company association or and shall hold office for four years assessed to the above named August roperty Hoack at east townnhip quarter 01 southeast quarter sectwi ).
n
street to the palace. corporation. The Legislature shall not authoriza -and his compensation shall be fixed by the date of sale; that these certificates were I 15. range,
crowded The said la d being assessed at the date 01 the
Wisconsin and Michigan followedby issued to the said
any county, city, borough township petitioner;but that they were I
'I law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the issuance such cenificle in the fame et ma-
There In the festal hall, King Peter .( the assurance that the warmer or Incorporated district to become a stock executive officer of said court; his duties lost tioner or desttoyed and at a time unknown to the petI-. kno-nsndC-J Phillip Cole Mid certificate
; prayer is made that the said cerifi.cts
of the di.plomatic holder In association or corporation shall be redeemed to ... deedw
received the congratulations any company according taa
weather would soon prevail in the Dakotas and fees shall be fixed by law may be re-established in accordance with
obtain 11 issue theron the 2oth day ef A. D..
or to or appropriate money on vpt
the statute in such
and others ascended 1 Section 31 of article 6 of the Constitutionof cases made ana provided,
corps and Montana. for or to loan its credit to corporation. 1904-
any and .
according lo aub-tautial of
ihe
the State of Florida Is hereby amendedeo copies certlficstf
Witness official signature and tha
seal
throne 'and once more took association Institution or Individual except attached my
the royal II ) s. to tIe i etuion filed.
to read aa follows: the day of A. D.,
as 17th Aug tec*
hands.The that the Legislature may authorize municIpal Now. therefore. you, Au;u-t Hoack. and all
In his
orb T.I
the sceptre and of Is i I "Section 2L All rules of practice governIng others whom it s. ISTRI1C1Cm7.19
Design Cap Changed.San corporations to relieve from municipal may concern alE hereby noti. Clerk Circuit Court Mania Oo i4.
was I the Circuit Court shall be applicable to fied that,ou are to .
ceremony of rendering homage taxation for such period of years as required appear before the
Francisco, Sept 22. -TTie International the Courts of Record and all laws relative Hon. W S.Bullock. Judge of the said court, at ,
to the municipal authorities may seein i|
then performed. Council of the Patriarch MILitant that'!to Criminal Courts of Record shall applyto his office in Ocala. Marion county. Florida, on
proper any manufacturingenterprise Wednesday the 2Sth of NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.
day September. A. D..
have decided to change the design may locate within the said municipality.i'' Courts of Record. Changes of venue 1004.or wherever else he may be found on that I
be had from a Court of Record to an-
but such shall be for at1 may date
no exemption I to show cause why the said certificates
FIVE INSTANTLY KILLED. of the cap now worn by the uniformed longer period than fifteen years. I Ii other Court of Record or to the Circuit should not be re-established.

Odd Fellows. The new ca; Court of another county for the same Witness my band and official seal this xSth Department of the Interior Land O&ca at

I i I causes, and.under the laws providing for day of July A. D.. Gainesville Fla.. September J.1904NOTICE
will be the same as that worn by the j ARTICLE XXV. 1904.S..I'.
Ufihtnlng Strikes Oil Tanks at Port :,changing the venue from the Circuit Court SIST1UNK. IS HERE BY GIVEN THAT THH
United States, with the exception 01 That the following amendment to the i''of' one county to the Circuit Court of an- Niel Clerk Circuit Co rt. ( named settler ba,filed notice ot
A.
: Arthur, Tex. the Independent Order oi Constitution of the State of Florida be'other i county. The Governor may In his By Weathers. D. C. 7 29. his intention to make final proof in support of
necessary '' his claim. and that Hid proof will be made be
*
and 1. hereby agreed to and shall be auh-'i discretion order the Circuit Judge having :
Houston TeL Sept 22.-A special Odd Fellows' attachments. The council mltted to the electors of the State at'Jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any NOTICE.In for Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla., oa

from Port Arthur. TeL says: has decided to impose a per capita the ecer&l election In November. 1904. for county to hold a special term of a Court OrtnUr tftM, /p>i,

ratlfleatlon or rejection: *lot Record of Inch county for the purposeof viz: Peter Wright of Santo*. Fla homestead :
Uurmg an electrical storm this mora tax of 25 cents for the purpose of assisting Section 6 of article 16 'shall be amended trying cases in which the Judge of the the Circuit Court oi the Fifth Judicial Circuit 27913 for the southwest quarter of southeast '

lag lightning struck an oil tank of the In maintaining the headquarters so as to read as follows: j Court of Record shall be dIsqUaIIfted. Florida,in and for Marion county.in quarter northeost section u.section and narthwect quitter of south the
16
Texu oil refinery on which six men.weJ.e of the order at Marengo, ''Iowa. Sac. 8. The Legislature shell provide for Parties to any cause at law In a court ot; Ckancery.-Divorce. range 22. east.quarter 14. township

The oil the speedy publication and distribution ofall Record 'shall have the same right to trial Janie Morgan. Plaintiff Walter He names the following witnesses to prove hi*
work the roof. vs. Morgan.
.
at on
laws It enact. All ded-iona .f
may by Judges ad Utexn. or by referees aa maT continuous residence upon and cal .t6oa of
wu Ignited and In the explosion Joe Letter Wins $4.OO at Faro. the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial exist under this Constitution or the laws Defendant. said land vii: James CrowelL of Santo FU'
decisions shall be free for publication 1 TT IS ORDERED THAT E 1 George Wigjrt of ban tot. Fla. Archy Jenkins 01I
21. In Circuit Courts or DEFENDANT
workmen In. Sheridan Wyo., Sept. Joseph in references to eases
of the were
five .
JoHoirlng Santos FU. hut Lnckerson.Santo. FU
by any person. But no judgment of the' of Record L herein named tValur Morgan be and he is
If Judge of the Court
the
[ $ itantly killed and the other fata.1111 Leiter ,the Chicago millionaire is Supreme Court shall tales effect until the may be disqualified transfer the oansa to the hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint I 8-g vf. O. AOBUsoa. J.tattr.I .
opinion of the court In- such case shall be 1 in this cause on or before ----U -
Injured. $4.000 richer today as the result of a Circuit Court of the county in which such

wild all-eight play In the faro bank. filed with the Clerk of said court. I'court.of Raoord may be.'H. Monday, the ys day of October, A. D, ty/. :I NOTICE. -
Th dead: ______ i i
n ot srtiela B of Gas Constitution
Section
It is further ordered that a of this order
He here for rest and recreation.A copy
Robert Cooper. came ARTICLE XXVL led UM State of Florida Is hereby amended be published once a week for eight consecutive Of Application For Tax Deed Under SecUoa
.
few days of ranching palled on so u to read M follows.: weeks in the Ocala Banner.
.
Frank Lawrence. Section 1 of article 5 of the Constitution i II ofChapteT4St. Law of Flonda.TOTICE
William QlofL him. Monday night he strolled into of the State of Florida is hereby amended it I "Section 22. Courts jtf Record stall be Done this the 15th day of S July.T.blSTKUNK.A. D. 1904. \ IS HEREBY GIVES THAT W. T

Fred Lltt1 tou.s saloon and began to so U to read as follows: VboHh4 by dIe Legislature cnfy upon & Clerk. Circuit Court. ii Heoderton. pnrchsKr of Tax Certificate No.
George Sales. fc Section L The Judicial power of the I'patltfon of a majority of the registered EPWIS SPENCEK, MjS dated the 4th dy oi April A. D., 189%. ha

J. F. McDonald. play faro. From beta of $50 to $100on Btats stud b* rested In a Supreme Court,voters of Ci* county. wher such court Issattrtit..t' Complainant's SMiator. 6-Z2-8vr. filed said certificate in my office and b** mad
application for ux deed to brae in accord*ace
William KosSu a card Littleton increased as the Circuit Courts Courts of Record CountyCourts with Uw Said certificate embraces the following
Fatally Injured; _
County Judges and Justtoes oi the
described situated la Marion
kept losing. Finally $8,000 property cooa-
plunger I .umcL1I ZYIL ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ty.Florida. to-wit:

Loss Fire. was played on the turn at a card. In Seotioa 8 of article 6.of tae Carurtttatlonof I H_&& CM foltowl&x aojaadaenjje to se,0oa Southeast quarter northeast quarter, ec-

Heavy by the State of Florida U bertfcy. amended Jtt, artel t. tad section M article 4'aid tion 15 township ij.range 23-
Montreal. Sept 22- 'The buildings oj less than three hours Leiter was $72 so as to read M follows :' ti* repeal of teodea t ot article i. of NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT ON Tag The said laad being aswued at the date ot

Hardware theijentrAl 000 loser. Through It all, however, "Baa. 5. The Boprem Court shall have t-mCeKutt-tetteo of the 8tatr f Ftotida, be day ff January, A. D 1905. as the Issuance of such certificate in the name of
: the Canada company aDd ctell be the administrator with the will annexed of the party unknown. I'nlna said ceiti&cate shall
at law
appellate Jurisdiction In as cam 1:14 are Brety agreed to
he chatted laughingly with Littleton. I estate of :Mrs. Eliza deceased. will be redeemed according to law. Uz deed will
I
'a y which U the Canadian Stats at Keep
M of the
and in eqnity originating la Circuit Courts nb-olttcd to the tlacton
present petition and final report and asked issue thereon on the a6th day of 6cpt. A. D.
,irtnoh of the London Thread Trust Luck finally turned, and when the aad of appeal from the Circuit Courts In the general electJoa beheld- In Novem- lobe discharged my as such administrator to the t

His & Ox wholesale game broke up. Letter twaa winner by ease *rltnf before County Judges In mat., bar. X IX UM. to wit: Hon. Bobt. Bullock county judge for Marios 1904.ukneu: my official signature mud Hal title the
.
aad Chiput .tan pertaining to their probate Jurisdiction -1 Baetkn 24 article S. of tbe Cocstitutlon county. Florida. W_ E'ALLEN. jTuddayof Aag. A. D.I904-
jrocery. burned today. Loss $750,000; J4.000. aad in management of the estates. of t.e Kate of Florida is hereby amended Admr.with will annexed. I I 8-26 So T.SLU&t' E.

Insured. I cf infants.findJafia Mttf coaylflttcn of: sojuLlaread as.lollow*: June 23rd.1904. 6 24 Clerk Circuit Court Mariua, Ox.*.a.f .
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To Meet in OeiU November I 3-The f"t
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Sons and Daughters inviUd to
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Headquarters Florida Division,United .-. ----
Confederate Veterans, Tallahasw :
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Fla., Sept. 19, 19M.General .
Order Xo 50: 'Y T-POT. ..'
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1. The major: g neral commandingthe : %
Florida division, United Confederate : : -

Veterans annonneescith ......
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pleasure the fourteenth annual encampment
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of the division at Ocala on __

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 'I L GROCERY
November 1st,2nd and 3rd. In discharging i i
this pleasing duty he desiresto .

congratulate the division on the ,, . .... . .. .
pro wing interest in the organization, ------- -*.". --- '.. .-,-. '- '.... ... .,;1'" "." ::0.,-....JL_-"" "':!t.'t, ,_ _,. ', .'":_ __. _. __ __ .__ _' _.h. .-,. __.. _- ". -t:;-- .-....-..
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*) lainhown. by the t ingeon- ---
dition of the older camps, the revivalof --
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camps dormant and the addition of
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jwv camps to the roll of the division.He .
attributes the existing favorable : We A re" : .

conditions almost entirely to the Jn- ... -
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terra manifested by the Daxighters J I I 1i i 1--- .
0!the Canfedcracy and the Sons of j'
Veterans in the organisation. That : '
this intent may continue and con-i : Getting In Readines.sF ,
fjantly grow in intensity and that :; .
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And of the south .
the on>{ "daughters ..... .
n\tY nlltul understand and apprveiate -i'

the sentiments that mouxijand i .
thejeause for which their fatherowertil I j For Fall and Winter Trade

their lives: and their mother's ;; F

the jxvrlcss devotion of southern :; ....
womanhood, he cordially invites the j .....
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E t Daughters of the Confederacy: and j) '> ....
r the ono CVjnfederate Veterans &s i iorganizations --- ---

- meet with the and Veterans, as individuals in Ocala,on to j j i! p And in order to do so in an up-to-date manner our 1g

the 1st 2nd and Sn! of 'ovemberneats ...
- By resolution adopted at Dal- .. .....

la*,1\.x., in 102, reiterated and eraa a Mr Brown
; 1t341td at Xe\r Means and Sash-1 1t Jake is now in the Northern Markets i

ville, the sons will be entitled to all |
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; the privilages of the fAX\:except that J *

of voting It is needles* to say that j buying up-to-date goods. Our constant aim is to i
r the heart* and homes of Oeala xrill becanto g!
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s iheJveteTans :aad these who :.
; are wtth the&u Marion *aity gave ; ---
; seven foil companies to the southern JI i for the
I t!' cacs aad the fire* of paixiotisattadkxl tt E get our customers VERY BEST the market af- -
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on it* altars in the da.t ] .-
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the sixties haw dam : .
i net er gwvra 1K'Ir ;
has ghee love and devotion oi lite jvokted j fords. If there
rqe +a'ba 1i thet'i.r j is anything new in the line of FANCY

taltettaI" filerandiheirehikirensay 1> EE
name and they rseaa all they say. ;
' II. Each: cusp in the divi>}oa is GROCERIES
; can rest assured that shelves will 3
!: 1titM to aye deJega for erery I Il you our
l t Jwaty ttembers in good j:. ding {
. ai'd tie for err... frs Ma of sea.F ;;
jxv>vided,that every camp'" in goodj, I It shortly be adorned with the trade is
sutr, Aa)1 be entitfed to two I! same, as our

dslegales. ;
Ill of xrfco have -.
Adjatwsts CAsij s ]
't-" :1\t airway dose so, azt.te "-'t at j jc such that demands the BEST to be had.
r we,the rolls of their: ramp ;hi%:;; .
t 11 t-te at tn't.mk rs ktt- of cowoi r.1 ...... .....
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a rant' -? t'Pr.2e21t with Art
dT1Ce of each,'with: the ro2* ssssi be\
, f cccirded to the 4jotart j acral ,.11 1 I ITiSahas WE ALLOW NO MISREPRESENTATIONS. 3
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ctptta" Ux of k&. tor errs memr3n J : --
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lCasips Tjoll at oaoeto pn't;ka,;tof j ....
\-ct dollrgates Tlie unU11 ens I! :: We are determined to have a Grocery store second to none in the
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i A ttanta. 1rt %o.\tt :ejatoifeetant aka.! .-4.....
< general at TaU& &.$> .. la the i I El state. Our Time Our Energy. Our Capital, are all used for the
r treat of tarn oato tbt pa.'t d rant} t ::
.uap< Is authorized to :apt I : purpose of buying goods, and buying them in such quantities that we
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, .gar a..H *r 1'Wd<< tie i can give them to the public at legitimate prices Don't conflict theE ::

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a.ri sta..u4a.\rates. ; ....
fi'A0 .., be,tarbwa. ill a f fec ors;i word GOOD with the word BEST, for an article, while it may be good.
a s a aT"aztstn Wi
Zee petfett'. 1 1r

AHire rued. t !! E and you make it do, is not the best by a large majority :C ?C :CPAGE 3
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rti thirutv"'S..a lt'12M1 1 1I"
t 't .a to.a.fi 'f if.n .u i it E : :, "QUALITY ALWAYS "
GOVERNS THE PRICE.
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3 toVH otW' r snt+aas in their
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