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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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: October 7, 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).
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) paper "Of the People tor the People and bv the People.

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OOALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7 VJO4
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City Council Tuesday Jhght. I ;:

I THE CAMP\ At3DER50N NUPTIALS The city fathers held their regular CHANGES.

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session Tuesday night.

I Pearl Tooth Wash. -::3 A VERY BRILLIANT AFFAIR. The most important business trans- ---- ,

-. : acted was the election @t Mr. A. J.

1 n Cleanses the Teeth (3-a I Brigance as fire chief vice W. C. Seasons Change.

t-- ,' Wednesday evening the handsome j of pearl gray liberty satin with pearl Bull resigned.
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-- home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loch- trimmings and a touch of pale blue An ordinance was presented which
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== Purifies the Breath" ridge Anderson on South Third street was seen in the garniture of this
-S provides for the granting of a fran- Tines C
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-r- r was brilliant with lights, blossomsand Frenchy creation. chise to Robert L. Martin and associates

t :: Hardens the Gums. foliage when they' gave in marriage The ceremony was simply and under the corporate name of

t, -- .- -e wr their daughter, Rebecca to I beautifully performed by Dr. W. C. the "Florida Traction Company".for People Change.
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:::: Mr. Robert Clifton Camp. Lindsay, of the Presbyterian church, and
I building operating an electric
:< --: H I I .r- The beautiful rooms of the home I and during the speaking of the im- street railway within the city of Everything Chcnges except Ji.

were transformed into a perfect wood- pressive words, Mr.Pike softly played Ocala. This'ordinance provides for a

I FOR SALE ONLY BY fe I 3 land setting by the use of quantitiesof "Thee I Love and Only Thee," and maximum fare of five cents for a sin- the Satisfactory

-.. palms, vines and potted plants. as soon as the ceremony was con- gle trip within the city limits also ..r

.,' --. LI --.. The parlor was chosen for the placeof cluded the notes of the Mendelssohn I the payment of two per cent. of the Bon iijg Service DoneBY

,. _- --mss- ceremony and here the walls, man- wedding march was sounded. net earnings of the road after the

tel and windows were hung with Over an hundred guests were bid-
third -
to the
year city of Ocala, the
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE! vines, while tall vases of pink and den to the wedding and after offering construction of the road to begin

c- -== Prescriptions receive white roses were placed about where congratulations and,best wishes to within one year and in active run
careful attention. :::: MUHR[ & [CHAMBLISS h
: -- --- they gave a blossom note that was this charming addition to the young ning operation within eighteen J

lUI II! III I jl II I jl II II! 111 l 11 ll 111 111 jl\11'jl\jl\l!' \ jl jl\jl\ III Ill\l ll\111\lllll!\ \llll charming. The bay window was the married set, a wedding supper was months and provides for the usual -

background for the service proper. served. Advertising Becoming More and More
'> restrictions to be observed in building

I-. .- .. =," : .n --;'- .:, .. ', ;'. ...",:' "'-,. .'. -. ," '," ..' ,..,. Here was formed an alcove of beau- The dining room was also developed I and operating electric street rail Popular II 11

: -.. I tiful palms and other greens. Suspended in pink and green and was one of ways. A deposit of $500 is to be The ChamoWlain-Johnson-Dubose

from the arch of the alcove the lovliest Co., of Atlanta, contains a five-page
David S. vVoodrovPHOSPHATE rooms in the houset made which will be forfeited in case
was a beautiful wedding bell of white Beautiful advertisement in the Atlanta Jour-
roses were everywhere and building and operation of the road is

roses under which the young couple with the'soft glow of the lighss was not begun within the time mentioned nal of October 5. This U a rec-

LANDS. stood while they were united in mar- most effective. above. oJd-breaker. The test of the puddingis

in chewing the bag. This firm hat
riage. The bride's table, at which were The ordinance was referred to the

The hall and reception room, where covers for fifteen, was beautiful in judiciary committee. .* mabe,the test and says it is a money

; If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or the guests were mostly assembled, its simplicity. In the middle of the producer. Ocala's up-to-date merchants .

I communicate with him. : withthe dominant of For 'Sale. are catching on.
lease on royalty greens, vases table on a lace center piecewas

!t' : pink and white roses and"pink\ines" the bride's cake, which was Five and one half acre orange A Prominent Trainman
t- I located in Candler Marion
: grove ,
o r It': gave a color effect that was most' crowned with a cluster of calla lilies The many friends of G. H. Ilass.n,
county, one half block from depot,
beautiful.The ied with a large bow of ribbon, the one half block from postoffice. 226LJj engineer L. E. & W. Railway, at
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice( Block. Ocala.Fla.'IJII.I .
same note of color in the libra- present living in Lima, 0., will be
entire bouquet being of spun glass uearing orange trees; good 5
pleased to know of his from
ry, where the piano was placed,madeit candy. Extending from under room cottage and stable. This will recovery
4 threatened kidney disease. He says::
and attractive.The bear investigation. A a snap att this
!: florally bright tae cake were twenty-four pink "I was cured by using Foleys Kidney
I price, ($1045). Ten hundred and for-
t, USA ELIZABETH HASS1S, Local Editor Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Stevens, of guests were greeted at the and white ribbons, which to-five dollars, terms to suit. Address, Cure which I recommend to all, especially -

z f. High Springs, have gone to St.Louis door by Robert and Lillian Anderson, were drawn by the young people W. L. SHEETS to trainmen, who are simi j

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. to see the sights of this big fair. and at the head of the stairs Miss in their efforts to obtain the ring, 10-7-4t 4015th Ave,lcKeesport,Pa larly Store. afflicted. Postoffice En.Drug 1 -J

Lucy Camp and Mr. Clifford Anderson the dime and the thimble. Aroundthe --'
t Quite a number of people from the Bowling Party. One of the most pleasant affairs
showed them to the dressingrooms. base of the cake and surmount-
Mr. Seth R. Brown has returned to county heard Mr. Broward's speech The younger members of the Ocala of the season was the launch ride
ing the ribbons were white and pink
\ Tuesday and were all delighted with Friday evening given in honor of
Micanopy. society set had a delightful
In the back hall Miss Leta Camp roses. Seated at the table were the very
him. Mr. and Mrs. George R. McKeau 'of
bowling Those
Tuesday night.
asked the Into the receptionroom party I
Sanders of Dunnellon, guests bride and groom and the immediate
Mr. Robert ,
Ocala. On account of the threatening -
Mr. G.B. of Coleman is where present were the following: Messrs.
here Wednesday.Miss Tankersley they were greeted by families. A buffet supper was servedto
visitor
was a J in the city on business. Mr. Tankers- Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Colonel the guests on the open veranda. Harry Palmer, Harry Walters, Bob weather Capt. Rudd wag afraidto

Lucile Lancaster has returned 1 Mathews, Ben Condon John Sullivan venture to the outside beach a*
ley is one of Sumter's most success- and Mrs. W. N. Camp. After the supper all of the guests I
relatives in Atlanta. J. H. Norton and Misses Eloise was at first planned, but took the
Y' from a visit to ful business men and financiers. Mrs. H. L. AndE'lSonIfj..Clarence registered xin the beautiful bridal I

and Mrs. Jack then tiller, Grace Hatchell, Edna Dozier, i party up the bay as far a* Long
Camp Camp book, which was a gift to the bride
Get your fresh taffy from Dame, the Mr. Allan Rodgers of Jacksonville, Louise Harris, Jessie Palmer I Dock." In a short time, however,
looked after the pleasure of the guests from her three small brothers, Robert, Pauline
candy man.
was in Ocala Tuesday, coming to the moon made its and it
Sullivan, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. appearance
and showed them into the different Leslie and Pat Anderson.The I
Speclalattention is called to the hear Mr. Broward speak and he applauded Arthur Clarkand Mrs. Maughs.The i proved to be an ideal night.A nice supper -
rooms. beautiful presents were displayed -
card of Dr. Johnson. every utterance. t was spread on the Sarasota dock
professional At nine o'clock the wedding party
in an up stairs room and this Original.
I I and all enjoyed the trip very much.
Mrs. H. I. descended the stairs to the "bridal proved to be a popular place.
Higel a pleasant very & Co.
lIon. R. A. Burfonr went up to gave Foley Chicago, originated Those composing the merry party
professionalvisit. sailing party Thursday afternoon in chorus" from Lohengrin's wedding The groom's gift to the bride was,a Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
Gainesville Tuesday on a were, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mc-
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Mc- march skilfully rendered by Mr. W. handsome Etruscan gold collar with remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of FoleY'1JHoney :Kean, Misses Corine Noble, Hattie
Kean, of'Ocala.-Sarasota Times. S. Pike first coming the best man, pearl and diamond pendants.The .
Mrs. L. L. Meggs, of Orange and Tar and many imitations Hill Emma Smith, Callie Robinson
Mr. George F. Armstrong of Savan- bride and groom belong to two
are'offered for the genuine" Ask for Sadie Bethea, Messrs. Chapline.
Springs, is the guest of her parents, :.1 rs. C. R. Tydings and son, Cecil, nah, and the maid of honor, Miss of our most distinguished and prom Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse
Thompson, Harry Gocio, Fred Knight
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lang. of this city, are among the recent Mary Anderson, the only sister of I inent families and they begin their any substitute offered as no other .
I and
Paul Noble.-SarasolaTiraet .
Harris of Panasoff- arrivals at the Spear )Mansion St. the bride. She wore a beautiful married life with the very brighest preparation will give the same satis ---_. -
Mr. James A. ,
faction. It is laxative. It
Augustine. decollete gown of rose pink chiffon promises and have the best wishesof mildly The drawing of Marion county's
kse, is now on a business visit to contains no opiates and is safest for
g- .
over taffeta trimmed with clusters numberless friends.Mr. new court house in the Postpfflce
Seattle, Washington.Mr. Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of Levon, has children and delicate persons. Post-
of pink silk roses of the same shade and Mrs. Camp left on the office Drug Store. m Drug Store window attract a good

J. C. B. Koonce, of Sumter- returned home from a visit to his old and she carried a bouquet of bride's early morning train for Virginia ,to deal of attention, and everybodyseems

in Ocala home at Jackson, Ga., and other Mrs. David S. Woodrow and little well pleased with it. Marion
yule, is spending a few days maid's roses. spend a few days with relatives. fwill

with his wife and son. places in that state. The stately bride entered next They will then go to New York city, daughter, Annie Blair, have returned yet have one of the prettteatas

Mrs. Edd Carmichael is convalescent with her father. Her bridal robe after which they twill visit the west, home from Gainesville, ,Ga., where well as the most commodious courthouses

Mr. J. D. :McEachern a prominent after her recent illness and is was an exquisite, creation of white going as far as California, and visiting they have spent the past four months. in Florida. I -z

: lumber man of Jacksonville, was a Mr. Woodrow and his :Miss
sister
able to be out on the veranda, much chiffon built over chiffon and taffetta the St. Louis exposition on their Mr. John F. Williamson ha* purchased -

l visitor to Ocala yesterday.---- to the pleasure of her friends. silk and elaborate white pearl trimmings way, returning to Ocala about the Janie Woodrow, of Scotland, returned from Mr. Marshall :Me David

Mr. II. A. Daniel, returned home and a Duchesse lace bertha. middle of December., :Mrs Camp with them, having stopped over in the store on Magnolia street, known
Mrs. Kate Liddell and her daughter, Gainesville route from New York
,
en
Wednesday from a two\veeks'visitto Her tulle veil ras caught to her hair wore a very stylish traveling gown as the "Hole in the Wall" and a ks
Miss Beth Liddell of Louisiana will where Mr. Woodrow meet
went to
Jacksonville with a diamond brooch and her of blue and gray with all the acces- his friends. to give him a call. He
the winter in Ocala with Mrs. his sister who has arrived in
spend just
nuptial bouquet was exquisite bride I sories to match. will be glad to furnish them with

Mabel Kipp, known as the "pajamagirl Liddell's sister, Miss Fannie. Clark. roses and no fairer nor more charm- After January they will be at homeat this country. anything and everything in hi* fine.

," is! to be married to a wealthy bride has been seen in Ocafa. Sarasota, but it is hoped by their
ever
Mr. Fred G. B. Weihe, the wide ing
Some one entered the home of Mr. Col. W. X. Camp, who came to at-
cotton broker of New Orleans. entered last with :Mrs. I friends that they will spend large
awake jeweler has just put in two The groom
tend
-- W. E. Nix, at Kendrick, Tuesday the wedding of his 1.iOI1. Mr.

Mrs. Julia Palmer went down to new show cases, one for his silverware ,i.Anderson. She wore a lovely gown portion of their time in Ocala. I IJrr. night f and stole a fine new saddle. A Clifton Camp and Mias Anderson, returned

r Dunedin Wednesday afternoon for a and one for his optical goods.If set of harness was also taken but was toRoanoake, Va., Wednesdaynight

short visit with relatives. G. W. Barker, of Anthony, Fla., I Robert Culbreth succeeds Mr. left on the premises. Mr. Nix offersa ,where he expec ts to be fer the
troubled with weak
a digestiontry
Chamberlain's Stomach and has gone to work for the C.,W. A. J. Brigance as night policeman.Mr. reward of ten dollars for the apprehension greater part of the winter.

Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Liver Tablets. They will do you I send Fish Co., and wishes to Town-I Culbreth has been temporarlyon of the thief, as will be -

daughter left Wednesday for a visit good. For sale by all druggists. m I his family here if he can make satisfactory the force for some time and is seen in an advertisement in today's Mrs. W. W. Stripling and her little .

to the World's fair at St. Louis. -- daughter, Helen, have returned froma
arrangements.-Sara so t a familiar with the duties of the posi
Mrs. T. E. Bridges and children paper.
two month's visit to relatives in

Mr. J. W. Denby returned Wednes- returned home Tuesday afternoon I Times. I tion. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Swam, of Muncie S. Louis. They report a most enjoyable

day afte noon'from ashort trip to his from the mountains of North Carolina Hon. Jno. G. Reardon, late of this Mrs.,, D. G. Edwards, oWner and Ind., parents of Mrs. H. S.Smith time during their stay, having

tv the h 0ria. in Gainesville. where they have been spendingthe I city has opened a law office in Sa- proprietor of the Ocala House, returned and Mrs. Bridenbecker, will reach taken in the big fair and other placesof

i \ .men in summer. vannah, room 16 Provident building, home Wednesday afternoon Sarasota about October 10th. They attraction.Mr. .
,_ I of the e Robcrt A. Burford came I
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t the I and is pleasantly located and is hopeful from Hot Springs, Ark., and other will be accompanied by Mrs. Amanda -
e ; j&nesday afternoon from a profes- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver left J. D. Pope and family have
j i of doing well. cities, where she has been spending Hayman and Mr. Charles Swain,
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Imlonal trip to Gainesville. Tuesday for an extended trip. They just moved to Ocala from Rochelle.
a portion of the summer. and will occupy the new Highsmith
will be absent for several weeks visit- I Mr. George Camp, of White They are occupying a house on Exposition
With its new court house and new Turner & Co's. house. Sarasota
ing Baltimore, New York Philadelphia Springs, is in the city, having come street near the Savoy hotel.
5'government f building, Ocala will feel I Mr. George F. Armstrong, of Savannah Times. *
Boston and St. Louis. to be present at the marriage of his Mr. Pope is a prominent turpentine -
I quite puffed up.Remember i arrived in Ocala Wednesday Broke Into His Heus
cousin, Mr. Clifton Camp and Miss operator and will be a valuable acquisition -
d Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Delouest have morning. Mr. Armstrong was Mr. S. LeQninn, of Cavendish, Vt.was
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r that the Daughters meet returned home from Indiana and Rebecca Anderson. Camp's best man at his marriageWednesday robbed of his customary health by to Ocala.

J this afternoon at 3 Q'clockwith Mrs. New York, where they have spent the ; Rector Henry W.Little,of this city, night ,to Miss Rebecca invasion of chronic constipation.When Bore

I Edward Badger. summer. Mr. Delouest was ,very ill is on a visit to the Ocala boys at the Anderson.LmtIONFYtR.. Dr.King's New Life Pills broke Mr. and Mrs.: Chas. S. Cullen are
into his house, his trouble was arrest.
five weeks In New York but of Florida, Lake City the parents of a tiny little daughter,
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Smoak, of Fairfield for city, University : ed and now he's entirely cured.

-:.) have returned from their.visit is now entirely'' recovered, much to where he has many warm friends !!! They'regoaranteed to cure, 25c.'atTydings'.Co'B. : .Trhaarrh ed-Wednesday.-morning- to

his friends. and students. aiad beials ldaga m gladden their home.
to the St. Louis exposition, the. delightof' ;; amongfthe. faculty ., .' ei +l a I- -
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t (OOALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER, 7, 190 4 DOLLAR A YEAR
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.. I :Maj. T. C. Hall returned home Friday r PARENTHETICAL REMARKSA ----GO TO- .
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afternoon from South Carolina, :

where he was called on account of well known Indiana man : 1. THEFAIR. -
.. One dark night last week,
i the death of his brotherinlaw.Dr. .
Matter
Went to the cellar with a matchIn t .

search of a g leak. _' ,-FOR -
W. V. Newsom was called
(He found it.) ,
down to Brooksville Saturday after- STAPLE flIACY T
'John Welch by curiosity GROCERIESWhite _.
: of noon to see the child or'Mr.. W. A.
\:1 Health (Dispatches state) was goaded;
: Fulton, who is quite sick. He squinted in his old shotgun I

I Io see if it was loaded.It .House,_Seal Brand Java_& Mocha Coffee in Cans.
Money takes but little room. Some ( was.)
There is arricle have stored about 21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.We .
a in you away
quality Royal A. man in Macon stopped to watch f
your house can be turned into cash A patent cigar clipper

Baking .Powder which makes by a 25 cent ad in our columns. Try it. He wcndered if his finger; was Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens

_. --- Sot quicker than the nipper.It Eggs and All Kinds of Country Produce.

the food more digestible and Tne Ocala Rifles are preparing to ( wasn't.) .

leave for the World's fair on the 8th A. Maine man read that human eyes
B. L. HALL
wholesome this inst. This is one of the best militia Of hypnotism were full; Prop.
peculiarityof lIe went to see if it would work
companies of Florida.-Jacksonville i
West Side Public Square. Ocala, Fla

Royal has been noted by Metropolis.Mr. On an angry(It bull.wouldn't.)

Albert :Miller of Ocala, arrivedin -San Francisco Bulletin.Mrs. .

.. physicians, and they accord- the city this week and has takena Ben Borden and Mrs. J. P. 125 Bushels Onion Sets. ..

in the cold drink
position
depart- Gilmore have gone to Oxford to visit

ingly endorse and recom- ment of Young's drug store.-Lake relatives. Mrs. Gilmore has been iMMHHMHM- -- M- -- M .

City Reporter. quite ill for a long time and her I We will on September 1st have for sale 125 Bushels

mend it. I friends hope that the change willprove i ..
I Dr. Laurie Scott. of Ocala, was the of Onion Sets-the Bermuda and Silver Skin. .
of benefit to her.
appreciated guest of Miss Lollie Bais-
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. : ".
F den a few days this week, leaving The Wilson Cypress Company is
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Wednesday for school.-Live Oak building a railroad to Ocala and Ocala Seed Store. :

USA ELIZABETH HAB21S.. Local Editor Mr. R. E. Yonge, jr., of Jacksonville l- Democrat. Gainesville for their private use.

f. spent Sunday in Ocala with his l Eighty miles of road are alreadv
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PPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vonge, Mrs. Andrew Turner, who has been; completed. Palatka correspondent

sr. the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K. Jacksonville Metropolis.The .
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Mr. Hal Eeagleton. of Tampa, is in Hon. Dixon H. Irvine of Orange Zewadski for several days returnedto O. K. Grocery has been most .

the city for a few days. Lake, was among the prominent visitors her home at Lake Sixteen Satur successful ever since it began busi rWEEATMEAT

from his section in town Monday day. i I
month
ness something
over a
ago.
I
have called off
The Ocala Rifles To Unless
-Messrs. S. A. Standley, Louis Lang I grow strong. we get
have R
They just received a fresh sup-
their trip to St. Louis.
good meat we may as well leI
and J. B. Martin returned home Saturday
;a of and and I
Miss Grace Hussey contemplates ply fancy staple groceries -

: Mr. W. M. Gist andNson, of McIntosh visit to her aunt, Mrs. Gordon S. from a two week's visit to thWorld's < are prepared to furnish anything in tit v. 1N' ; I44: it alone. There is no strength B
rn! '. Y in tough meat-instead of giving
spent Saturday in the city. Scott, in Ocala shortly.-Times Un fair. They all report a the.grocery line. E
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it take strength to digest
great big time. --- i

Mr. J.1.. Ausley, of New York ion. William Hclly, the little son cf i Ii p- it. It pays to be careful in I

Miss Ethel Robinson returned home and littl Mrs. Sturm, left for St. Au- raI
City is visiting relatives in Ocala. I Mrs. S. L. Patterson Saturday buying meat-be sure to get

Monday afternoon from a few day's daughter, Annie Lester of Miami, gustine, where he attends the insti- i : -t' the best-tender and fhoiee. -:"-

Mr. H. S. Chambers returned home pleasant visit with relatives in Gaines- went out to Cotton Plant Saturday tc tute for the deaf, dumb and blind. Pay a little more if need be and 1i 1i _

Monday from a visit to Jacksonvillf.Mr. ville. Mrs. Sturm him and .
spend a few days with Mrs. Patter accompanied put something iu your stomach I '

J. P. Phillips and family have Mr. J. J. Williams, who is now in son's brother, Mr. Newcomb Barco from there she will go to Atlanta fora tlZ i 9. which will put flesh on your

gone to Orange Lake to spend a short the mercantile and fish and o'sterbusiness Mr. Edward Hiller has gone to visit of several weeks. r hones and strong blood in your
4trd4
while. at Homosassa,8pent\londay; Cumberland, Md., where his familyare Mr. William Tuten.of Grahamville, ji

Miss Annie DeLong, of Candler,, in Ocala. -- at present visiting. From there i an old friend and valued subscriber ED N ARDS'.BROS. I

, Y and Monday with Ocala York befor I of this paper was among our visitors
. spent Sunday The Montezuma hotel is fairly over they will go to New City Stalls 2 and 4 City' Market Ocala Fla.
He is aii'Fi
Saturday. greatly pleased
friends. running with guests. Clean, soft returning home.
: I If with the Banner and especially m55 !!; : -1Hat5ininBKiuud nZ 5e 5c5 r5 u.5 u r5'j
that beds and fine cooking. are dra"ingcanIs. I
Advocate
The Dunnellon says Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stafford, of: telegraphic"" and county correspondence -

f Dunnellon is the best business town New Jersey, passed, through Ocal features.Mr. '

in Florida.Mr. Mr. Benjie Weathers came up Monday Friday afternoon for Lake Weir,
S. P. Brockington returned to
Earl Pearson returned to Hol from the mines at Floral City where they own a fine orange grow( Ocala Saturday from Orlando, -wherehe afd IJall pggjggT

der Friday afternoon.... after a.week's and we regret to learn that he is oc and spend their winters.Mr. accompanied the remains of. his I (

; visit in Ocala. the sick list. Thomas. J. Owen returnee wife, who died in this city. Mr.
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The A. C. L. through Ocala has Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hendry. and home Sunday. Mr. Owen attendee Brockington will only remain in Ocala &tll

;:,- added an extra coach in preparation children returned home Saturday; the G. A. R. reunion in Boston, after for a few days and will then move to @ItetlJddJ! an @iiiday @el

l for the winter travel. afternoon from a two week's \; to which he went to :Maine when Oveida, where he- owns an orange

of Lees- Dunedin.Mr. he visited relatives. grove. and ?/{ ain /M ;galejl 90&tlre = f
Mr. L. E. Dozier, mayor Mrs. Pye, one of the teachers in

burg, was among the prominent visitors Charles T. Sowden, after a Col. W.N. Camp arrived home Mon Miss Sharpe's kindergarten, after ]

to Ocala Friday. week's visit to his Ocala friends, left day from Virginia, having come to spending the summer at her home in ) J6t1Iety and Q/3fl1; :

to Sunday for his home at Louisville, be present at the wedding of his son, Philadelphia, arrived in Ocala Friday
Burnside was gone
; St.Mrs.Louis Clara to spend two weeks at the Kentucky. Mr. Clifton Camp and Miss Rebecca. morning. She was accompanied to tetttl ere en d # @letl/ ef e4ee1di

I I Rev. and Anderson Wednesday evening.Mrs. this city by her niece, who will spend .

World's fair. William E. Moore, son of

r: Mrs. L. W. Moore, arrived in the L. P. Miller returned home the winter here with Mrs. Pye and ttpilerlla ed4'
I home .
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L. Izlar returned attend school. 4
A. will
Dr. He city yesterday and will make this his Friday afternoon from Gainesville, .

.. Friday from a,wit to Roanoke. future home. where she went with her young son, The mother's friend is Dr. )Moffett
w f for several weeks. '\ And much it will be to their profitIf @ ii
fk
has been away : ir/Zie
Lovick, who is now attending the his "TEETHINA"they will try (1&j ;
{ Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crawford oi,
Robert Taylor and children East Florida Seminary there. For teething babies that fret and cry.
Mrs. froma I Iontbrook, spent Monday in Ocala, "TEETHINA" aids digestion, reg-
Friday afternoon -
L returned home Mrs. Crawford was formerly Miss Rev. L. W. Moore preached a very ulates the bowels, and makess teeth-

visit to relatives at Eustis. I Cora Rawls. excellent sermon Sunday night having ing easy and mother happy; by counteracting A
and overcoming the effectsof V'V "'V "'vvvV'I
E. filler of this city, as his subject, "Temperance."
Mr. Sidney The Vienna (Ga.) correspondent to the summer's heat. C
at the Aragon hotel A good congregation was present and
was registered the Atlanta Journal says that Dr. T.
The Confederate veterans met Monday
the effort.
Sunday. sermon was a splendid
Jacksonville, K. Slaughter, of Levon, was a recent I i
afternoon and completed pre-
J home Mr. Norman Kerr a Scotch gentleman
brought there.
Mr. S. ,\. Standley visitor liminary arrangements for the reunion -
St. Louis a residing on East Lake Weir,,
from .
with him.Saturday The latest owner of an automobilein to be held in Ocala November
came to Ocala Saturday to meet J
fine horses. up
car load of very Ocala is Mr. George K. Robinson Various committees; have been appointed -
I Mrs. Kerr, who had just came ovej;
and is being ar
W. Boring, of Pine, was a who has just purchased: a handsome a program
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Mr. from Scotland. They will probably
and was a machine. ranged. It is hoped that Ocala will
El visitor to Ocala Saturday Queen spend the winter at Lake Weir. l
put her best foot foremost and make r

i caller at our office. Miss Annie Beery, of Green Cove There are a number of new arrival:: the re-union in every way profitable,

Mr. Albert Proctor, of Levon, one Springs, is in the city for a few days at theSavoy hotel. Under the pleasant and memorable, > !

shaking hands the guest of Mrs. M. E. Fox and Miss of Mrs. Whitfield this
was
old guard management
of the Mr. Ernest C. Rawls, of Pensacola
ti riends Saturday. Mallie Butler. hotel is is fast gaining popularity
with his Ocaly and Miss Mary McDonald, of Georgetown -
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Mr.and ;IrsTwTw.- Reed and Mr. Emmett Robinson, who came among the traveling public as well as; S. C., were married in Ocala ,

f "r 1 three sons, of Weirsdale, were among up to take part in the entertainment regular boarders. Monday morning, Rev.'L. W. Moore :

t our Visitors Saturday. Friday night, returned to his workat Rev. Henry W. Little went up tt I performing the ceremony. Miss McDonald .

of Cotton Pl,1nt. Stemper Saturday afternoon. High Springs Monday to perform the had been on a visit to friends ? TijE "BLAHESLEE"GAS
O.Veal,
br. W. R. and relatives at Fellowship for some '
in matri
distinguish- Miss Bessie Moses has returned ceremony Tuesday uniting end GASOLINE ENGINES.Stand .
vas numbered among our of Lake time. Mr. and Mrs. Rawls will make S Ease
home from Baltimore, where she mony Mr. Edgar Mobley Supreme for Simplicity, Durability
visitors on Saturday.Paco their home at Pensacola, where Mr. and Economy of Operation.
|H City and Miss Cora Whilden, of High
went to purchase the fall and winter WHITE-BLAKESLEE MFG. CO. Birmingham, Ala.J. .
Fridayfor holds positionwith
responsible
left
and Guy Zewadski millinery for the E. K. Nelson Co. Springs. Rawls a P. CAMPBELL, State Representive
to resume their studs the Southern Bell Telephone Ocala Fla.
Gainesville head of Cattle Mr..and Mrs. Alexander McIntyre,,
East Florida Seminary. FOR S.-\LE.-Sixty Company._ _ _
1 lea at the three Colts, two Mares, household of Corona, A1a.,are on a visit to the

DeVane, of Savannah arrived furniture. J. S. LEWIS, World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. McIntyre Strays -& Mule. ..
Mrs.. her 8-261m Irvine Florida.Mr. Large gray mule, 8 years old, lame -
Friday and is visiting formerly lived in Ocala and they are
in the city in right hind leg, holds head slightlyto
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood. and Mrs. M. Handlesman have still true to their first love. Registering had halter "
side on
daughter one ; rope Mind Your TV and "QfSup" '
Citra, returned from New York where they ,at the 15mes-Union exhibit on strayed from my place at Marshville ,
of -
Dr. and M '8.: Carswell, have been on a purchasing trip buying the 27th they wrote'after their names on Monday, September 10 Address, is for "PAT" and "Q" is ALITY." The "MA.. and the

spent Friday in Ocala and attended goods for the Boston Store. Ocala Fla. B. Brinson, Marshville, Fla. d2twlt' kind of JOB PRINTING that 1iIIIII10ut in the Banner Job Rooms.i .
entertainment at the opera house.
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,: f PRAISES GENEROSITY OF \ i I ,visit that country and in',est. YOU I C flliet'e Weekly. A Busy Judge. \

j. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. .I will notice round trip, good for 21 I WHY- THE SOUTH IS SOLID I IKotwithsta 1 ding.it isjvacation; se )

I days, to almost any point in Texas, I son Judge W., S. Bullock:-,is kepi I ,

Parka Against including Galveston and Corpus i The "White Woman's Problem" Overshadows .f busy all the same. Friday, for in i
Will Vote for the Man I
Christi and return by different route, All Other Issues. stance he heard cases argued on
of Spurs-A Hint to the FlorIda Dyspeptics
Railroads. with privilege of stopping anywhere That the south is solid, and that the I briefs by Messrs. F. S. Coogler and eueleee'Cb' -

along the route, and visiting the anti-republican feeling is stronger Son, G. C. Martin, A. V. Long, T. sego-otooastip tte 1 ui

CHICAGO, ILL., OCT. 51904., I World's fair going and coming. Further than when McKinley died, are condi- I W. Fielding and cases argued in person r 1. t .T a
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: i
1 I we refund all the fare paid if tions easily understood and I by D.M.Gornto, E.L. Sparkman,
It is some little time since I havei sympa
written anything for publication in i' the party buys forty acres or more. thized with by northerners who have W.F.Himes, J.F.Glenn, J.C. DaVant,

and what I shall write 'I If your railroads would offer such sufficient imaginations to project J. M. Young and C. L. Peek. These ANDTONJC PELLETS
your paper
fa Der
now is! more for information than a : inducements Florida would soon be themselves out of their own environ- gentlemen were all from distant cities +l the oaf! rem ise wh, h aae 1J sad do sot gee I IPo

settled with farmers, Marion county ment. No wonder there is but one and cases were also argued by +e W''r en4 loin tie
desire to that
impart anything may IP; .L-t.kera: fis 'a R .'dMi ad goody ;
be interesting to your readers. would soon be worth the $300,000 issue, and no wonder the south can the following local attorneys: H. L. +': iadependeat ot dragsPao sate h e9 dmiert

I receive the Banner regularly every j.I more which the county commissioners not vote for the party of reconstruction Anderson, J. M. Hampton, T. E. votr see ail taraieD a hx eusG or n rill

week, and note that the good I have added to the valuation.J. outrages, force bills, bloody Biggs and Edward Spencer.The Brown Co

people of your little metropahs! are D. B. I shirts, and negro exploitation. Who office of judge of the fifth judicial

all dead neither do At the Opera House. is lOin__, to r>rmaror. tariff.. T-/\H1oma I circuit, whatever else it is, is not New York
not they all '" n -- ------ -- r----- i. ville.Tenn.
and Green .
sleep. Their anxiety to do some- The entertainment at the OperaHouse when his wife and daughter are in a sinecure. \ \ .

thing that will rebound to the gloryOf Friday night for the benefit of danger? Who is going to put cars Ocala's. Kindergarten '

themselves and futurity is very the Episcopal church was! all that wa I renc/and imperialism ahead of the The opening exercises of Miss

commendable. For generosity the ; advertised. The audience was a good: survival of his! own race? The republican Sharpe's school were held Monday

southern people have no equal. Asa one and the program was a splendid party earned glory by freeingthe with a good attendance of pupils, and

demonstration of the fact I noticein production and admirably carried slaves and giving the final an
a
large gathering of The
parents. For Sale Dreg Store.
your issue of the 16th, that the out.The swer to a disrupting question. It I premises presented a very pleasing by Postoffice

county board have voted to raise the musical entertainment consist deserves obloquy for the narrowness, V
I appearance, having been repaintedand
county valuation 300000. Supposethat I ed of the following numbers: tactlessness and political chicanerywith thoroughly renovated. Rev. (fUCr M MHJ.( iiIfI
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the honorable Board have concluded Overture. ..Miss Gertrude Peyser which it has handled the negro H. W. Little addressed :; l
those presenton il7 '
Humorous. ."What are the Wild and the
that the people of Marion southerner ever since. Our
: Waves Saying?". .....A. C. Finzel "School Life", and on behalf of flHave
latest editorial the decided on the kind of
county were not paying their just Recitation .. .Miss Madge Sims on southernspirithas the parents wished the school every 1fertilizer
:- proportion of the state taxes, and so Comic Sketch.. ."To be Continuedin been met with straightforwardness i success the coming 7!, you are going to use? It'snot ;
year.
in disregard of what the state board our Next".A. C. Finzel and sincerity. "I am what you ti I a question of how much but

of equalization had lone, they Song. . . Mrs. J. R. Moorehead might call a 'stalwart' democrat," Notice to the Daughters. .. V what kind .VIMu bite result {;

thought it their duty to add to the Piano Solo..Miss Gertrude Peyser writes one southerner, "and intensely The Daughters of the 'Confederacy can he obtained. You can't make a ". :
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Humorous. .
"The World Went Very A
but I also are requested to meet with Mrs. Ed- mistake when you use our high grade
state tax whatever more tax the ex- partisan, am an American
Well Then".......... ,A. C. Finzel r
tra $300,000 would be. It is refresh- Reading .."The Inventor's Wife" in its broad senser and though I ward Badger on Friday, Oct. 7, fertilizers.

ing to read of such generosity, espec-. '...................Mrs. Bijah Brown fought under the 'stars and bars,' I at 3 p. m. instead of Friday, Oct. 14. Highest cnh: pries piidjfordry: bones

jally to a Chicago man, where nearly Ballad."The Young RoyalistA. love the flag of my country and everything All members are urged to be presentas

........ . . C. Finzel business of will '
every one is trying to dodge all the for which it now stands. I ama importance be FLORIDA FEailLIZER MFG 50MPMT
Dramatic Recitation. ."Ben Dean" .
taxes he can. I suppose you have . .................... Ed. Pittman democrat because the party stands transacted. They are also requested to Gainesville, Fla.
noticed we have'one man in Chicago Each selection was greatly enjoyed for the entire nation and does not bring their quilt squares with them.

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yak a we lal'breStl tax 01 anyone ana me performers were me uoou" ""' UUVU4 acbaaaouwa luat;
\U.1U I I recipients The statesman said, "Tis sad to see
i man in the United States. His name of many enchores. shows passion and hate, and tends to How fickle auditors can be, S. A. STAND LEY, LEE MILLERS

is Marshall\ Field. Everybody knows Mrs. Moorehead, as Mrs. Bijah i arouse one section against another.It A lot of people shout ''hooray.

Marshall Field-not from his Charitable ,Brown, was very: much enjoyed.The is time for the immortal words, And then vote the other way.Washington." A. STANDLEY & CO

acts, for he is not endowing universities second part of the programwas 'Let us have Peace,' to influence and Star. ,

or giving away libraries, a one act sketch entitled "A control all sections, even though the -.-.

r but he is known to be the most successful Close Call" adapted from Gillette's president seems to be a man of war General Corbin wants to bar army Livery Feed and Sale Stables. V

merchant in the world. He Sherlock Holmes. Mr. Anthony both) at home and abroad.'/ It is, officers from marrying unless they ,

is not the richest man in the world, Carlingham Finzel, the author of the indeed, time for those words to control have a private income.' Don't know :
We carry tae most complete
probably not half as rich as John D. sketch, played the leading part, all sections. A vast work is to how this will jibe with the presidential -

Rockefeller, but Rockefeller has a Sherlock Holmes, and played it well. be done before terrible conditions are anti-race suicide views.N. Y. line of Harness. Saddles, etc.

way of dodging his taxes, and advancing He is au actor of much promise and cured. The negros must wipe out of Evening Telegrom. in central Florida,' and will give

the price of oil whenever he his rendition of Sherlock Holmeswas their; worst class the crime which is the '
our patrons
makes a.donation to the universityor exceedingly good. so large a part of the trouble. The Five students of the University cf rent lowest't y1P M,

performs any other so-called char Mr. Emmett Robinson as Professor most intelligent negros might well Illinois have been suspended for hazing -. prices.'e are thoroughly t

itable act. That is easy, just hold up James Moriarty was a huge success. set a good example by voting the and the college year .is young I equipped for fitting out turpen- e

the poor who are compelled to use Should!he make acting his professionhe democratic ticket. The wisest south- yet. rilization is steadily advane- tine and lumber teams, gear, :

his oil. lIe also fixes the price Of would soon stand at the top of the erners must continue to sramp out ing. ._ __ .

the crude oil, and so takes them ladder of success. any remaining idea that coarse, cruel Mr. V. D. P. Pratt, of BeUeview, wagons, etc. tr j 1 ii
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"going and coming" same as the The character of Dr. Watsonin the and reckless vengeance is a preven- organizer of the American Party, We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and SuiuinT> .

packers who make the price of the hands of Mr. Albert Gerig, could not Ive. The crowd of north ners who was in to see as Monday and left a Buggies:and "White Hickory" Turpentine Farm Wagon : fill
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live animal and the price of the have been improved upon, talk so much more about the Filipinos bundle of literature explaining the \orth Side Court IIou,<'. Ottila. FlaSuccsssor ;

product, and what are the people going Adolph Dame "Billy" was great. than they understand-who are objects and origin of the party. It -- ------- ---- .-- -.-

to do about it? What will the Too much cannot be said in praiseof always pharisaically laying down : has a national candidate and Mr.

\ employes do about it? The strikers I Mr Finzel, who worked so faith- moral principles in a mental vacum Pratt says it is growing very rapidlyin c' GRACE

who have been forced to resume at fully for he suecsss of this entertain- do immeasurable harm whenever the eastern states. The principal to Central turnoer Ca. ." "-

the same old starvation wages, or ment and on all sides are heard wordsof hey mention the negro or the south. object is to keep out undesirable for-
Dealer In
starve in idleness. What will theydo praise for him and his assistants Worst of all-since they are wicked eign immigrants and favors the ab-

on election day11). probablydo Friday night. where the others are foolish-are the solute separation of church and state. Rough and _Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooriot.Ceilin1. !..
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just the same as they did four -- politicians who would stab one part ------ and biding. Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

WalkerMartin.Word Dr. W. G. Mason, of this city, whois Manufacturer of
f. years ago, be fooled or intimidated of their country to increase a partisan I
into voting for the man who boasts was received in this city Fri- advantage in another. So strongly a past exalted ruler of the Tampa Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

f. of his sympathy for them, but is very day morning announcing the marriage do we feel about the setback which lodge of Elks, has received from the Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

cautious not to injure the trusts that of Miss La"aletteIartin, of has been received by the south both new grand exalted ruler of the order, Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

are making slaves of them, that are Ocala, and Mr. R. W. Walker, of black and white, since McKinley'sdeath William J. O'Brien, the appointmentas receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

t' fast making a government of aristo-i Barnesrille, Ga The marriage oc- that were the administration district deputy grand exalted ruler I sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly]

r"f"' crats and serfs. They will either do curred Wednesday morning, September record less admirable in other direc- with jurisdiction covering the -- --.,.

} that or waste their votes on some 2Sth, at the home of the bride's tions, or were the opposition party lodge of Tampa, Key West and -

fellow who sands no show of being sister, Mrs. Edward Hoffman, Barnes- headed by a candidate whose wisdom Ocala. Dr. Mason will doubtless ac- "1f" 11r1""r"r"'r""r"'t"" "1" " "!" " " "?" " !

., elected. Judge Parker was not my yule, Ga. and ability were assured, and whose cept the position, which is of high

choice, but he seemed to be the only i This news will be a great surprise associations were of the best, it might importance in the order.-Tallahassee | STANDARD PIANOS. ..
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candidate that could carry the stateof to the friends of the bride here, no seem to us, as it does to our southern Capitol.Mr. "- vI

New York, and without which we announcement of the wedding having correspondents, the overshadowingissue. W. H. Hopkins, of Orange --. 1: dN t:'11"tan"

would have again been in the been made before hand. With 'Irede::, .e he hu1t4 -
soup. :::
Lake.. was in Ocala Monday and
: her mother, Mrs. Annie Martin Miss The Boston Journal claims that the --
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I believe Judge Parker is a safe man brought with him several specimensof Is ITUT : r.uo 1Ri :::
Martin has been spending the following persons have each contrib- 'I c:1r thse
to fill the position. His respect for sum LI -t 1ft NIt .3,
very fine pecans and readily disposed ::
the constitution and the law ought mer in Virginia and at Barnesyille.Mr. uted $1,000,000 to the democratic a1;'.d t: cir tryaf aI..l tie
of his at 20 cents -
crop
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, to commend him to all thinking peo- Walker, is a prominent young campaign fund, viz.: Senator Clark, pound. These are fine tits Ti i:jjsr test ft M 3

ple who love and cherish the government man, being in the express service. August Belmont, John D. Rocker -:I! pecans very r- el-etne+aN svaea .-:: ell ib:: t: r-:: :asi ya4ker,
ones and were planted by the late
Mrs. Walker was born and reared feller, James J. Hill, Thomas D. Ryan : ::: b ..
founded by the blood of our -. __ :;i t: tS ts yw i tsi ==
about
C. W.
fathers, and I sincerely believo thereis Ocala and her friends will wish for Herman Rider, H. P. Belmont, from seed Keep brought eighteen from Mississippi.Mr. years ago. =:=: ..r. 1:-.: ....!-.:. Is Jj tite w. :..:..:.

enough genuine patriotism left in her a happy married life. Joseph Pulitzer, James K. Guffey, __./Sa ran lit. .. ,. ""'
Hopkins says that the orange 4...r.. .........
the people to elect Judge Parker over It is presumed. that the young George Foster Peabody, James. K. trees his excellent -- A lus::s U sari free ata
on
place are looking -
the "accident" who now fills the position couple will make their home in Jones and Henry G. Davis. --- 1.LUDDEK ..._.-..- ... V
and that he will have several
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I have profound respect for the Barnesville. Mrs. Sallie Carter,aged eightynineyears boxes this season. He also says there r- .-....,

president of the United States, but I died Saturday at the residenceof
E. T. Telvenston are a great wild ducks on the
left Monday fo many
must be permitted to condemn her granddaughter Mrs. S. H.
the New York, where he goes to pun lake and the shooting this winter UAPBELL! S lll' en"
acts of the present incumbent, and Blitch at Blitchton. The deceased
chase a big line of winter goods for promises to be fine. a -r
pray God to assist us in filling his. was a woman of many virtues and
the =
Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur
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place with a man who has a deeper In the selection of this line of goods lived a Christian life. She leaves A very delightful party drove downto Headquarters Jacksonville Fla. =:

regard for the law and loves peace Mr. Helvenston is : many relatives who will mourn here Lake Weir Sunday and spent a '-jUjU ..... ..
no novice and th
better than exploitation and war. ladies may expect something hand- i death. The funeral took place -Sunday pleasant day on north lake. Capt.A jl1U1JllU1Ul111JUUlJllJUmu.lUmmWmUl111l I l > 1 1iUR I

But I am trespassing and must close. at McIntosh, where the remains
Bartlett of Weirsdale
some in the way of fancy, up-to-date came over
Wishing the Banner and now lie in their last
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good resting place. and -
the afternoon kind
fabrics his return. in was PHONE
upon Shipments 34. WATCH
people of Ocala the success their efforts will begin to arrive in Ocala by Oct. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Fuller returned enough to take the party for a most FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34

deserve, I remain, 10th, and the firm cordially invites home Friday from St. Louis, where enjoyable ride on his maptha launch, tine

Yours truly, the public to come and inspect their they have been for the past six 1 the "Imogene." The party was composed OCALA nfJh.are prepared to fur
J. D. BACON.
new goods. weeks. Dr. Fuller attended the Na- of the following persons! : Mr. OCALA
P.S.-Whydoh'tthe. Florida railroads ICE &
tiQnal Dental Association and since ]P. V. Leavengood and wife, Mrs.
do something In the way of The rumor that Dave IOE ICE a
Hill is to be the adjournment of that body he ands 1 Leavengood's mother, Mrs. DeVane, PACKING
advertising Florida? I have often
married to ;
a popular actress ha Mrs.. Fuller have been taking in thee Messrs. Frank Ditto, Louis and Bert PACKINGCOMPANY.
irondered why! I baud you here caused more ,excitement I COMP NY
than th : World's fair. They intended returning Dosh, Miss Mallie Butler,Miss Kibbie Oil abort naive at
with some printed matter showingwhat announcement that I point city or kDY .
he will retire home ten days ago but were de-DeVane] Mrs. M. E. Fox and her statePHONE
the'roads leading into the south from politics
next January.. All theo tamed on account of the illness I charming young guest, Miss Annie I
west are doing to induce people t world loves a lover. ofl j ,34 WATCH} 'FOR .THE BLUE
Mrs. Fuller.
Beery, of Green Cove Springs. MGOL PHONE 34.

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00ALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER, 7, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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hA ELISABETH EAEEIS, Local
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Will Open Office In Gainesville. I- .
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W. H. Lipscombe, of Ocala, district

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. manager of the- Singer Sewing a__.
p5 Boy Badly Gored by a Mad Bull-Rail.

Machine Company, has returned to. road From Silver Springs to Pa-
Mr. George F. Armstrong has returned this city from Jacksonville, where ]he latka-Personal Notes Etc. :\ AGENTS FOR
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to his home in Savannah. has days been on business.It for the.past two or three Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. v .\ PROMPTLY'P I r N A [j 4 1 1)) U STANDARDPATTERNS

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; Mr. Thomas Hoopes, of Westch Dr. Eaton Lindner. of Anthony r I I

ter. Pa. is in the city looking after will be remembered that 2 Ir. passed through here last Saturday
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his business interests here. Lipscombe, who arrived in the city going from the Wilson Cypress Com

Saturday from Ocala, announced that I pany's camp at Log Landing, wherehe MATCHLESSLY LOW PRICES on Fall Nov. I
\1 rs. Gill Williams and children, of the possibilities head-
were that the had been called to see a sick Fin- I

Crystal River are the guests of Mrs.Williams quaHers of the company for this district lander, one of the employes of the elties, Silks andr 001 Dress Goods and Women's .

sister-in-law;' Mrs. R. F. would be transferred from Ocala i

Hyman. to Gainesville, and he went to Jacksonville company.The public school opened here a I ,d Walking Skirts, etc. M

Mr. Clifford Anderson will leave i to for the pbrpose of conferring week.ago.. under the t supervision of z-: a.. .n...

morrow for Roanoke, Va., where he with higher authority in the matter. Mr. J. Moore.of DeFuniak Springs. ; L$ o

goes to accept a, position with Col. The result is that the company has Miss Ruth Stevens, who has been Closing out Sale of Wash) Dress Goods.

W. N. Camp. decided to make the transfer and will visiting her brother in Ocala, has returned b g m

open an office in a few days. home.
Mrs. T. B. Snyder and children l returned )Ir. CLO In order not to carry over we offer balance of our
Lipscombe expects to remove Garden seeds just up are in need ofa C/5

,: home yesterday from St. Augustine his family here as soon as definite arrangements shower of rain as the hot sun soon ;; .1C
summer stock at reduced prices. 0
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where have mostof
they spent
,F are made.-Gainesvil destroys them. '
the I S3H
summer. Sun. '
Hay cutting is going on yet. Owing + .
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Mr. Geo. C. Camp of White A New Manager for the TelephoCompany to the poor crops of 'corn there E T1a

will be great quantities of hay saved. & ,
Springs, who came down for the I ;:
Camp-Anderson wedding returned Mr. J..B. Leffingwell, jr., of Braid- We are sorry to learn of the serions Our domestic department offers few. cases of yard >
sickness of Capt. W. N. Harrison, of g: ;:
entown, will arrive Ocala today on S
home yesterday.Mr. '
the noon train to assume charge of Eureka. He is at the home of his wide Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale bleaching at 19f

A. Finzel of Allendale, who '
the Ocala Telephone Company.Mr. brother, Frank, at Citra., *
meet :z: 7 1-2 cents per yard. f
to attend the football
came up Clarence Boyles came near being
.
B. F. Sands,' who has been the h

ing Wednesday night, returned horyesterday superintendent here for several years, gored to death by a mad bull last .K '

afternoon. Friday. He went into a pond to
has gone to Jacksonville, where he

Miss Emma Barber has returned has a position with the Bell Telephone drive the beast out when he got mad FLOOR COVERINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS.

and rushed on the young man taking;
home from a month's visit to relatives Comyany.
Mr' several him up on his horns and carrying him I IU
at Bruton, Alabama. Her : Leffingwell spent daysin
several to land when he got
yards dry
mother who accompanied her did not Ocala last week looking over the [_ --.xP.2.V .--t !lEI' .,..,...,.<='
loose from him and ran to his horse
here. He is in
return to Ocala. system hearty cooperation ]
with the management and when the bull gored the horse in the

Route Agent W. D. Graham, of the under his direction a number of improvements ,neck. Important to All.

Southern Express Company, with and changes will be Mr. Robert Marsh and family leave The list of prizes and exhibits cf, "

headquarters in Ocala, has returnedto made. here this week fos Zolfo, in DeSoto the South Florida fair and midwinter ,

his home, after a brief official visit I county, where Mr. MarshTias a position exposition have been printed and are ,

here.-Gainesville Sun. Millinery Opening. with Peacock & Rowe, naval now ready for distribution to all res .
)1 rs. Minnie A. Bostick held her storesmen. idents of the sixteen South Floilda;

Hon. S. M. Sparkman will address fall and winter millery opening yesterday .
: counties who desire them in order to
Miss Lillie Carlton, who has been
., the people of Ocala October 22 at 11 and it will be continued today. I
their exhibits. These lists:
visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. W. Ste prepare t .
Dunnellon, October 21, at 7-so a number of ladies called
a. m.: Quite large
will be sent to
gladly
any person applying
vens, will on her return home to Arcadia

< p. m.: Williston, October 20, at 7:30p. yesterday and expressed themselves stop over in Ocala and spenda to T. J. L. Brown, presidentof !!
Exquisite CharminglgStunning!!!
with the
m. as being greatly pleased while with her uncle, Mr. R. A. the South Florida fair association;,

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stevens hayr \ display of millery. Carlton. Tampa, Fla. Call immediately in
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gone to McIntosh, to make that place Mrs. Bostick has an excellent milliner The people here are highly elated order that there will be no further These are some of the expression

)Ir. Stevens has been from Richmond, Va., and it The lists all products-
their home. over the prospects of.a railroad being delay. cover to be heard when the ladies look at
with Mr. Ayer in the tax assersor's will be their pleasure to please the built from Silver Springs to Palatka. agricultural, horticultural; live stockof -
ladies of Ocala with their work. the aggregation of "up-to-now HATS,
office for some time. It is to be an air line and will run every kind, including horses, cattle t

has secured Mrs? Bostick invites all of the ladies through this community and tap one dogs, poultry, birds mineral, / s i RIBBONS. ANDfiTRIMMINGS tnwI
Manager Sylvester to give her a call and inspect her '
of the best vegetable and melon sec school exhibits: woman's work ex being
attractions for the opera t 1 shown here. The prism of
some good hats, which we are sure will satisfy ;_
in fact
tions in the state. hibits, art, etc.; everythingfor
during November, among them '. Fashion has scattered of
house a classes. rays artistic
i which at such '
prizes are given
Barlow's minstrels, Mabel Farmers are having a hard time 1 I I '--- =

being and "The Gambler's Daugh Who Is the Winner? .in getting hands to pick cotton. I fairs. The prizes are much larger 5S inspiration into every nook and corner

Paige" At "Ed's Place" there is a large Public works have put wages so high than have been given at state fairs in of this estabishment. Word to
ter. _
cask and a free ticket to the St. Louis that; farmers can't afford to pay the Florida ,
delicious delicacy completely describe of these
some
most
the
The oyster is asked. Some of them now have Sans Peur.
fair has been offered for some time to price

of the sea and it is already the person who comes nearest guess several thousand pounds open in the Hon. J. Emmet Wolff, who has 7 pretty hats have not yet been coined,

I fat and juicy. Give your order 1 to ing the number of gallons it holds. fields with no help in sight.J. been selected by the state committeeas f so drop in and SEE them. Your at-
in the
ice cream man democratic candidate for state
Dame-the W. Stevens being the
The guessing closed last night and came very near
bummer and the oyster man in win rattlesnake few school superintendent, is one of the iafaction is my pleasure.
the gusses have all been turned over bitten, by a large a
ter. He understands the art of serving to a committee and the name of the days ago while out squirrel hunting. best known and most brilliant men Yours for Milliner)',

them. successful guesser will be announcedlater. There is no excuse for vagrancy in in the state. He has served the peo-

Miss Margurite Porter returned this section now as the Nelson ple of Escambia county, and the stateof MRS. MINNIE BOSTICK

afternoon from Cypress: Company and the many : Florida, as representative and senator
home yesterday Recent Civil Appointments Made b, _
Tuscaloosa, Ala.,. where she has the Governor. large turpentine farms are running 1 with signal ability, and made c --- __ =

been spending the summer with hei The following civil appointments on full time and are paying good I for himself clean record as a public ..........................
the state
He stands high in ,
Mrs. man.
sister, Mrs.- W. A. Collier. have been made by Governor Jen wages. t 5T
Porter will return home next week The pay roll of the Nelson Cypress having many friends in every section We keep a full stock of .

-- nings: Company" is $4,000 per month to say who know and recognize his LOOK FOR (t
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& Price are subscribers E. E. Voyle-of Gainesville, to be
Messrs. Eagleton nothing of four big naval stores firms ability a public man and they will Old Joe' .
to the South Florida fair fund notary public for the state at large. situated here. gladly give him their support in the THE SEAL .

firm is building S. T. Sistrunk, II. A. Ford .
This
Mr. Wolffis Old Velvet
In the sum of $25. Charlie Boyles with his mother and race for superintendent. r ,
business and is alread and A. L. Izlar, of Ocala, to officer in the Grand (I
up a fine family will move to Sparr Sunday. at present an '
Tampa'slarge list ol be trustees for bonds, issued by the of and as a : Old McBrayer :
reckoned among He expects to grow lettuce with the Lodge, Knights Pythias ,
concerns. city of Ocala, under section 12 of known
prosperous business Luffman Bros. secret order man is widely
chapter 3963, of the laws of FloridaThat's k.
From my house at Kendrick Mr. J. D. Williams,and family, are and respected, especially among the f)
STOLEN
Tuesday night, a McClellan speaking of moving to Ocala to live. Knights of the state, He is able and ..
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tree saddle. black leather covered, Miss Stella :Martin leaves this week brilliant and progressive and as state : Old Charter, :

canvass girth with knot, comparatively for DeFuniak Springs, where she will superintendent will be a credit to his

new. I will pay a reward of $1 tc( Where resume her studies.Mr. state and his party.-Tampa Herald. : Mt. Vernon, i.
of saddle and evidence -
for returu who stole it. W Henry Mathews, who has been The "Open Door" in Boston.

convict E. MX, the Kendrick party, Fla. 10 6dwtf We Get in the Gage) !! at work near Hastings on a log boat, A negro candidate for congress at : Cascade and

has returned to Eureka quite sick the republican primaries held the
and sister,
Dunn's aunt !
Mr. WiU have arrived ic with fever. other day in a Boston district, got no I Other High
Jennie Dunn,
.. Miss than 400 votes, although he had
more
their home Mothers of a Like Opinion.
Many
Ocala" and will make The husband's idea of furnilure is,, : Grade Whiskies.
office and was regarded -
with him. They are residing in Mr. "Let us be Comfortable." Mrs. Palmer, of Cordova, Iowa, once held a state
: Fourtt says: "One of my children was snbject as one of the best men of his
1 cottage on South wife's idea of furniture is
f' ..Craney's. of the The ; to croup of a severe type, and race in that city. The negro made Headquarters for
street, east. Miss Dunn is one "Let us make the house pretty." the giving of Chamberlain's Cough an appeal for republican Boston to I

teachers in Miss Sharpe's kindergarten The Pittman idea is, "Let us do bothon Remedy promptly, always brought show by its acts that it was honest in I Anbeuser-Bush Beer,
relief. Many mothers in this neighborhood
school this year. the smallest possible sum of
words of love and approval of the
MBV MMM B -- think the same as I do about its
,..- M money!" And this is where we "get I Bottle and Draught.
of the Tampa;
E; Envoy King, member this remedy and want no other kind negro. There was nothing against
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branch of the Salvation army, was IB l into the game. for their children." For sale by all him but his color, but as in most

Ocala yesterday and will be here. to All we ask is a chance to show you druggists. m cases, that was ample, and he was A Write for price list Jug Trade a Specialty. We

work oi that we can save you money on ALL Born. defeated. The door of
As a result of the good ignonimously want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.
day. the rescue of 7,00( KINDS of HOUSE FURNISHINGS. To Mr. and )Irs. John F. Crawford hope is open to the negro in republican
the army last year states and in hypocritical -
only on paper
item alone. t Monday at 5 o'clock, m., a fine
p.
to as one { WINE ROOMS
girls is pointed promises made to catch OC0LA HOUSE
raise funds; Dr. Smith was the attending ,
L 'Envoy King is trying to baby girl. votes for ambitious, officeseekingwhite
of the army. ; physician. Boston is frightfully -
the work politicians. ..
to speed J. A. P1IIMAHI SON exercised for the recognition of I OCALA FLOIi1Dtj'I ( .
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Hay For Sal 'OLEvUONEY4i2tDTAR] the south only.-Chat
H. GaitskillMclntoeh For&Uhers cf Bema Corrziartsl the negro-in .
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OCALA. upon
and other prohibition amendments. lost no opportuniy to proscribe and MR. BROWARD IN legislators have managedthe
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MEN.
THE OCALA BANNER TWO I --
Just a democrat; a Jeffersonian democrat -' blacklist the people of the south, demo- school lands and said that the
B. Browara,
a Jackson democrat, a Tilden I I undoing much of the good wrought by Hon. Napoleon of Florida school fund of Texas, by judiciom
F2AU2 HA!!IS, E itor. HENRY WATTERSOX COURIER-JOUR- cratic nominee for governor
democrat, who will administer the the more temperate, man-loving republican statesmanship amount
I I sized and wise
P. V. Leaveagsoi, Business Manager. NAL.It spoke to- a fairly good
government with an eye single to the leaders from Grant to Mc- He said that Florida received
audience at the court house Tuesday to $100,000,000.
good of all the people-not with one Kinley.A amount of school
ten the same
his speech.at ,
Within a metaphorical, stone's throwof eye Massachusettes, another on man who can.so hate the kindredof I I morning, beginning
general governmentin
the
at .fifteen min- lands from
and closing
I one another-and some six yearsof Mississippi, and yet a third on his re his mother cannot by any chance j o'clock to her area as did
proportion
time apart-the 14th of May, 1852, utes past twelve.In .
election-restoring to us the lost balance be a worthy man.
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Committeeman Texas,
Ir of
and the 27th of October, 1S53, respectively of powers and enabling us four IV. the absence
ir"/ EdwinV.. Dads, Hon. Henry W. i for it measured by the school fund
-up in New York state; I years hence, after an interregnum of Theodore Roosevelt stands todaythe I
act as masterof in her treasury.Mr. .
'=' the other in New York city-two earth will to to Long was requested to
peace on good men, one menace not merely to the Broward then went into minute

children came into the world, cast about us and determine what is ceremonies.Gen. .
hopes of the southern people, but to
lands of thr
the details about the public
< Robert Bullock, being
Alton Brooks Parker and Theodore
best to be done with the problems
the interests of those northern people
ho\V have been dU-
and in and they
state
oldest democrat present
MOTTO: THE BANNEI., BELIEVING Roosevelt.One which to the
are now so hazy, even who hay invested money in the
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO of them was, until a month clearest vision. memory of his past services to the posed of, going over the groundabout
south.If .
OF THEMSELVES, HAS. related in his primary speeches -
CARE being requested
TAKE honored by as
was
I ago,chief justice of the supreme courtof What reason, what good reason, he is elected president the act party,
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES -I furnished the peopleat
literature
the Empire state the other iii, and to occupy a seat on the platform. and
; any independent-especially can
PEOPLE any will be in
WITH THE COMMON a certain, though many
He said he is having
ASD ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR for three years has been, president of intelligent German \"oter-giv6 for a cases the unconscious, signal for a Tn his introductory speech Mr. that time.

stated that as a nomination on prepared by the state authorities,
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE the United States. refusal to vote for such a man? war of races, ruinous alike to the Long

BOTTOM The Sth of the coming November the democratic ticket, as politicsnow with the co-operation of the governor -
m. north and the south. Why should the
the people are to choose which of stand in this state, is regarded as a map which will show at a
Now take the alternative.It good people of the north put this
FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 7, 1904. them shall preside over the national equivalent to an election, therefore glance what disposition has been
is the simple truth, it is only the scourge upon us? What have we
lands and the land.
destinies the four succeeding there is not the same interest mani- made: of these
,
years
truth to say, that we should very done to deserve it? Why should they
The star of umpire is set for the from the 4th of March, 1905. fested after as before primary nomi- still owned by the state; what land
invoke it for themselves? Have not
l much like to speak of the presidentof
Which shall ? nation and for that reason democratic are claimed by the railroads, canal.,
season. they prefer
the United States to be-though all of us had trouble enough? Is not
not Mr. and other schemes, and that
T Jnnirl air.. vrft are told is only. scientitle II. _'__ L u_"_"___ th ....." b audiences are so large. drainage
--- n --- --- e race ton ea alike man
with and
-1-- agreeing not nis opinions ques uii> tu y 1.__II &
toy. Hot air has the space Of Alton Brooks Parker-whatever Long said he made it a point, when every acre of land that '!; uiir-
he
eminent -Theodore Roosevelt-whether
policies-as an upright,
just now.J. else maybe, or may not be written of introducing a speaker, not to make longs to the railroads and other enterprises
broadminded man. We cannot so regard be zealot, or demagogue difficult ,
him-it can be truly said that thereis the speech of the occasion, but he should be owned by them ;
Pierpont Morgan has just paid Theodose Roosevelt. As we read enough even when left to normal con- ,
nothing problematical about his could not help from referring with but that every acre that belong t<)
$10,000 for four dogs. Talk about i his books and his career, as we con- ditions? Do the conservative. people
character, nothing bizarre about his regret to the. mud that was thrown the people, he is determined, hall be
lucky dogs! sider his public record, we can see of the north want to give this belig-
individuality. His intellectual life, during our primary canvas and he owned by them and that these land.
nothing but a sinister, cynical egotist, erance carte-blanche to open Pando-
Peery says this time he is going to like the lives of Story and Kent, hoped the spectacle that the Sheats- shall be disposed of at the high***
like Conkling, if not wicked at heart, ro's box in the south and let forth all

reach the north pole. Hope his hopes stands recorded in his judicial opin- yet vengeful and intolerant-so the furies of racial pas'iion-igno- Holloway controversy had inflictedon market value and that he would in*

will not be frosted. ions; his personal life, like that of the public would prove a warningto his influence to have the proceed' of
corroded by ambition and pride-as rance, barbarism and brutality-
Dr. Primrose, has lain chiefly "in his ;I the party hereafter and that it the sale turned into the school fund
Some newspaper editors never have to be equal to any act deemed'essential -' merely to glut his unnatural hatred cf
migrations betwixt the blue bed and would not again be duplicated.Mr. and be used for the education of the
any appreciation of newspaper pleas- to the gratification of his prevail- the white men and women of the
the brown." If he were not a learned Long then introduced Mr. youth of the state. He claim that
: antries-guess we shall have to giveit ing desire, whether it be the sacrificeof south, and to feed his insatiable am-
jurist, he would be a plain farmer." Broward as the "next governor of the state still owns about five million
bition?
the national honor in transactionssuch
up. If[ he were a country clergyman, as Florida." acres of very valuable land, and if b*
as the Panama and the postal Read his books; read his state pa-
May Irwin says the newspapersgot he might have been, the lines of the Mr..Broward in bowing his acknow- can save these lands to the peopleout
mixed with scandals, or the wreaking of personal pers; read his letter of acceptance;
her
name up Hill'45because Deserted Village were a fitting epitaph ledgement to the applause which of the general wreck be will feel.
spite against a veteran soldier like read the man as he is;ne"er a gleam of
she was heard to say, "I ama him thanked the
greeted for
: people that he has lived to some IUIMM*.
Miles, or some purposeless, venomous magnanimity,never a thought of self-
democrat. t Remote from towns he ran his Godly race. effacement word for I the great honor they had conferred He told at some length of the HI..-
and gratuitous affront to an old man, ; never a gentle
A Mississippi judge gravely declares Xor. e'er had changed nor wished to change his I i on him by giving him the nomination ton purchase and how thooand n(
p1 ce." like Jefferson Davis. The story, from tottering age, never a helping handto
that and corn juice have had a I and said that as his election wasa had been improperly certified
craps In the event that he lose the election first last, is in the highest degree hu- the lowly and the poor; everywhere acres
good deal to do with making the foregone conclusion he could under- to the Disston Company under the
: his lot will be no poorer than miliating. )I theaggreiw egotist, everywhere ,
stand why great throngs are not now
a reclamation
negro problenj. act.
the War-lord Does
that of a man who dwells in an earthly Beginning with his exit from college, implacable.
I I the north with its varied attending his meetings. He said he He says the East Covet ia not ,
There seems to be a vast difference paradise, surrounded by all that Theodore Roosevelt made the public compli- would his
preface speech by telling
cated interests both national and international land[ grant railway, lit tittt it am
between a relative and a relation- can make life happy; if he can winit service the business of his life, andto anecdote. He said
I an there was:; once
railroad in Florida is endUed to
relatives always have money, rela- he will have to exchange the this good hour he has let no grass want such a president? old I it
I an man accompanied by a little
Even if the war-spirit be dominant land grant it certainly b and said
tions are always poor. charm of a hqrae on the Hudson for grow beneath his feet, his method who had
boy, gone squirrel hunting. j I that it has erected beat
ac the north, whshoul such a calamity << the. depot
the splendor and turmoilperhapsthe having been to deliver civic righteous
Roosevelt can create factions in his be the ? He finally saw a squirrel in the top ofa 1 I and given the people the bete serviceand
put upon south
manifestoes
disappointments, certainly the spEecbes-to: issue civil service I
party and Parker can unite factionsin v. tree and in raising his gun to shootit j has done more toward building
= cares-of the White House at Wash- -to write books making history -
his
his party Which is the better politician I The politicians say we must not palsied hands. caused the gun to up and populating the state than any
in the likeness of his
ington. Wisejy, he has committed over again
wobble
but when he fired the
?-Atlanta Journal. talk thus. Why not? Have we not squirrel of our railroad systems, but if it wt-re
himself to than own distorted conceits-and to bully
M1 I no more a single fell and he referred
to the
given proof of loyal devotion? Are accuracy not entitled under the laws to JI'Intaof
President Roosevelt says nobody term; the which gives a guarantee to the party managers the while into of his shot with
not of the total of the some degreeof lands he would see that it dot
we a sum
part
j takes Colonel Watterson seriously, the country of an independent and cashing his demands upon them for satisfaction to the little boy who
- whole? Must we bait breath because not obtain them.
but what he says is read with avid disinterested administration of the office. remarked that it
this man is president? Must we hold woulQ.11a\"e been impossible :Mr. Broward then touched on, national -
ity. He is always,delightful.. office during four years, and assures "The moral difference between for him to have missed the
when ruin issues and made as tine a tariff
our tongue we see staringus
himself, at the end of them, the bless-
Benedict Arnold on the one hand and squirrel because his covered
' The brutish, lawless white nip in the face? gun the speech from the democratic viewpoint
ing of one who can depart$n peace, Aaron Burr or Jefferson Davis on the whole tree. !
needs a rope the same as the brutish, The people of the south are like the as was ever made in tfci city.
having earned the adjuration emphasized other," says he in his "Life-of Ben- So the speaker said that he had
lawless negro. Both are a bane to people of the north, a Christian pee- so Along these lines he was logical and
in holwrit: 'Well done, thou ton," a book teeming with intolerance much to say that he would be
any community.-Apalachicola Times pieThey desire nothing that does obiiged convincing and said that it was not
and faithful servant.
good and insult, "is precisely the difference to "wobble" a good deal but
,
not become a patriotic people. They the policy of the founder of the
Admiral Winfield Scott Schley was Judge Parker a democrat; and to that obtains between a politi- hoped to hit everything: he fired at.
I ask nothing but justice. They cannot government that the few should be
not invited to the launching of the have been a democrat in central New cian who sells his vote for money and Mr. Broward said that it is im-

Connetticut, the new battle ship. This : York during the last thirty years one who supports a bad measure inconsideration get it of the republican party,left portant"for beveral reasons that the enriched at the expense of the many.

: to its own de\ices-least of all froma nor was it the policy of the republican
naval hero is not in favor at the means much.It of being given some democrats should vote in this elec-
destructive like Theodore Roosevelt party when the administration of
White House. meant, in the first place, a mind high political position." I tion, one of them being that the
republican -
who has raised the black the government
flag was first committed
not to be carried away by the pomp The writer of these proscriptive party in its platform
won'tcash
hotel clerk
When a Chicago them and continued in pro- to its hands and in
over power proof of which he
a small check for Secretary of and circumstances, the shows and words, grossly offensive, wantonlyneedlessly poses to cut down the representationin
.. of ol- i will precipitate upon them horrors rivaling cited the speech made by Henry
Shaw we'll have trappings, a triumphant party offensive to millions of his the south for the alleged

I to the Treasury Illinois guess the, doubtful igarchism, led by an audacious patrician ] countrymen, ought to know, because, those of the period of recon- that the negro vote in this section reason is Ward Beecher Manchester, ;" ,,-
put among
struction, beginning with renewed land in 1563.
states.-New York Telegram. and a brilliant egotist, like Ros- as president of the United States, he .. suppre"sdd.Jr.. Broward, however, ,
:1 section agitation and disturbance, to He proceeded along the linen ..four
coe Conkling: It meant a mind which has himself ruthlessly, shamelessly claims that this is not true so far as it

J. Pierpont Morgan has within a placed good government, equal government sacrificed the professions of alifetime end in the conflagration of a war of relates to Florida. That, if the criticism of the bpeeches of Mr
negro
f month been almost run down in his above all else, holding fast to get only a nomination ft- a "high .I races. here pays his poll tax and Gunby and MacFarlane in this city'
complieswith
launch, almost run over by an auto- to the written law, rejecting alike political.position." I We do not believe, when the better the law in other respects he some weeks ago, and while main

mobile and almost hurt by a railway the sophisms of sectionalism and the His abuse of the south, and of all sense and judgment of the voters of is allowed to vote the same as a white, speakers mayj ave been more eloquent -

and Senator Call has writ- the north come to bear upon all the none were
collision, allurements of Ambition. It meant things southern, is a part-and per- I man and his vote is counted.He more convincing

ten an "open letter" in which Mr. the right-thinking, the right-feeling haps the sincerest part-of the under- acts, that they will do it. said that there are several t and conclusive nor listened to more

Morgan figures as the central hero. American,who loves his country, and lying duplicity of his character, for Under Parker, the jurist, we shall presidential tickets in the. field, to-;, | attentively and interestingly than

his whole country, true to its free it doubtless had its origination in the have four years of repose to look wit: the populist, socialist, I was Mr. Broward's.Before .
prohibi-
i SCOTT'S traditions, its racial brotherhood, its notion that, as there was a.Confederate about us and take account of our as- tionist, republican and democratic I closing his speech the distinguished -
so
: sets. Under Roosevelt the
blessed covenant of states. side to his house, he must be promotor it behooves the democrats to speaker paid an elegant

This man was the Son of the Soil, extra loyal to the other side in orderto of strife, the assailant of old men,the big a vote as possible in order poll as to tribute to Judge Parker and to lu.

i sprung from yeoman seed, and had efface it. Hence in his earlier sectional bigot,the unsparing fanatic, maintain its prestige and running mate, Senator Davis and
fMULSIONScott's .
solidarity.He
learned his lesson of probity and justice writings he has nothing but "arch- we may hope for nothing but corrup- said that he was glad that the sajd that he believed it is the most

from the great Tilden, like him- conspirators," "rebels" and "trai- tions at home, complications abroad, democratic ote was so much divided safe and conservative ticket that has!

Emulsion is the self a farmer's boy, who drank from tors," to say of most of the Confed- with nothing at th! end of them,and, in the primary election, because it been nominated by any party for the

:; means of life and of the en the well of pure republicanism deep' erate leaders. His theory was that at the very best, but mammoth debts showed an independence the last quarter of a century and he

: joyment of life of thousands of draughts of inspiration, who learned they had but two rights, "that to be and unequal taxes,the debts incurredfor democratic voters to be admired among and hoped the democrats would, to a

men, women and children.To from the chart of the fathers of de hanged and that to be damned." De- the glorification of the president, that while he thanked those who man, vote for this ticket next No

the men Scott's Emulsion mocracy a wealth of the taxes levied for the benefit of the vember.He .
legal lore, to nied by his tender years the happiness voted for him he had only admirationand ,

gives the flesh and stand, when the time was comehero- of advocating the hanging of Trusts that keep him in power. no ill will towards those who said he himself believes that

strength so necessary for the icly.by the side of the law and against them, he proceeded to damn them, as i If there be any other issue of pith voted against him. Mr. Bryan is the greatest statesman

, cure of consumption and the the-desecrators of the law. He chose far as he could, in print. Yet, were and moment-of far-reaching im- He said he recognized the fact that and the most marvelous man of the

repairing: of body losses from the narrow, up-hill path of duty. He his blood-curdling sentiments thrift, portance-in the campaign before us, the highest officer in the state is but century, that no one who knows him .

any wasting disease. rejected the broad, open highway to "thrift, Horatio, thrift." He was not we fail to see it. the hired servant of the or studies his writings hesitate to

: For women Scott's Emulsion preferment. He was a democrat whenit old enough to know anything of the And here we rest our case. that so feeling it will be people his purposeto and believe that he is conscientious and

L does this and more. It is cost much to be a democrat. of His father that this man believes
passions war. thougha Confessions of a Priest. do the bidding of all the that the democratic -

a most sustaining food and And from that day to this, through patriotic northern mad, was a mod Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., far as he is able.. people so nominees and the democratic

F tOnIC for the special trials that evil and through good report, he has erate man. The ruffle to his shirt is : writes: "For 12 years I suffered from Mr.\ Broward paid a great tribute platform are safer and better and In
I to
have
bear.
r> 3 women to been a democrat; not a visionary, southern-the hot blood is Bullock, : yellow jaundice, I consulted a number education and said it is a matter of every way superior to the republican
To children Scott's Emulsion
i. populistic democrat; not a dreamer of not Roosevelt, blood-and if he had of physicians and tried all sortsof first importance to the people platform and its candidates and hilt

r gives food and strength socialistic dreams; not in anything an been born south and had lived in the medicines, but got no relief. ThenI sOnow than in former times because, more advice to democrats is. to heartily
fur of flesh and bone
F., growth extremist, or a radical; just a demo- epoch preceding the war, he would began the use of Electric Bitters the opportnnlties for making support the ticket and Mr, Broward
and blood. For a living
pale girls, crat, plain, direct and matter-of-fact. have been a rank secessionist; born and feel that I am now cured of a are becoming more and hoped that Bryan's advice would be
and Scott's more
for thin restricted
? sickly boys He promises us no revolution, impos- north, with the.southern blot on his disease that had me in its grasp for becaase the followed.
- greater
Emulsion is a great help.Sendlartree8ample sible of fulfillment, like Tom Watson. escutcheon he thought it the canny 12 ;years. "If you want a reliable .swallowing the concerns are

medicine for liver and up smaller ones and
kidney trouble
a SCOTT."IBOWNr.Chert\lsts.' ; : He has no hope, like Dr. Swallow, of thing to do to pluck it out by the stomach disorder that is needed Suppose Bryan had had the good
( or general debility, education as much on fortune
409-415-Pearl' Street; New York. making an earthly v duplication of I roots, as it were-or to seem to do so get Electric Bitters.: Its guaranteed the farm as in the to have measured strength
"0o. <"*d ft 1:1\0.: all counting room. with
ctrusaziAt"I, heaven, improved by soda fountains -and, from that day to this he has I t by Tydings& Co. Only 50c. The speaker dwelt at some length Roosevelt instead of' McKinley,
Wouldn't
Iff. he have won In a walk.

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imunm n,, nLIU1 I I servants of the president's-:- household. --- .. PAGE SEVEN

"The I
Democratic party believes EASTERN WAR NEWS. ---w.; ,,__ r.r --- _- .
in t
MAKES AN expansion-it is the SCENE OF DESOLATION ,
ADDRESS sion, party of expan
as
Jefferson was America's Some Official Reports Concerning: :

est eXP n,'icnist. But It is great- Movements in the Criant I I
to opposed IN ROSWELL N[ H
Imperialism. Tokio, Oct. 4.-4 p. m. Tte follow-

[President National Association i denounce"The Democratic platform says: 'We I |fug official report has been issued : T1ie Presei'viiion'I

"The Manchurian
Democratic Clubs. I the protection as a robbery of headquarters re
moor to enrich the fev" aid Dem. Flood Has Caused Great Dam ports by telegraph that a body of

ocrats mean exactly what the scouts sent out on Oct. 2, consisting of
HE CALLS FOR EARNEST WORK. eays. platform age In Western Torn.WATER a company of infantry and a troop of I
r
"They know that through cavalry, attacked and routed a detachment -

Urges Upon Members of Clubs "Spy the trusts rob the public, workingmen protection HAS NOW RECZ2ZD.: of the enemy's cavalry CO strong, r ---.

clil Activity and Untiring and business men alike. And occupied Paohsingtun, 13 miles north -

t.from Now Until Energy rats, if elected, will find a Demo- Electric Light Plant Was Flocded anJ of Liao Yang, and 9 miles west of
the wayto pull
'" Closing Of the ,! way from the (fruits their City Was Left In Darkness, '.Yhi.j the Mukden road. While further reconnoitering -
Polls. cloak-the protecting: in the
tariff. vicinity a force of YOUR STOMACH
Telegraphic Communication W,:s o; ..' Russian
Equal cavalry, 230 strong, attackedthe
Net ,
Rights
fork
Oct. S.-wuiiam: For All, Etc. I
Ran riously Interrupted. Japanese
scouts. After fighting
fiolph Hearst, present of the National "There with a heartily pledged sup for some time, th eJapanese retired.: I IF YOU USE STIMULANT
Aviation of Democratic port of the Monroe Roswell, N. M., Oct. 5.-Rcsvcll is :. t
dubs
The
has doctrine lost
a demand enemy's was about 30. ,
lasued an address to that that service of the scene of desolation.. The floor k... _
soldiers "The
association be fairly! state of affairs at the front of
ttrtfng upon its members, "special and generously started Thursday night has re!.c-tu .
ac- recognized and a vig: our army remains unchanged.
tlritjr and untiring energy from now orous prcteit against the attempt of The damage will be great. fci

Mill the closing of the polls." President Roosevelt to stir up race hatred I days it was impossible to get in L.....- Pekin, Oct. 4.-Afternoon-Further Demands
31r Hoarat'a address as an engine of graphic communication with cii-i.-- Information a high Stan'y
says in part: political advnnra- a regarding the unrest in the
I tope that every, official meat; const u.e the points.
and every main features cf northwestern part of Shantung prov
tedlTidual member the late Democratic The electric liglit plant f oodc.,
was
of ince is
of
every I club ia platform 'Hr. a reassuring nature. dard of
ear tsaoclation will do all that he can to meet the e:i>ecial conditions and and *_t: etl in darnntss. Tile w...-; The British legation is of the opinion Whisky. X 2Z

-nd more than ever before-to promote emergencies ci the d .y. We Democrats was 3 ten in the main part of the cay that there is no cause for anxiety

and expound the Interests and should now, as we did: a hundred years and rcn in, a stream through tiirf rso-:I This opinion is confirmed by Bishop The Strauss
brands of
tke belief ago, hold for idencazd business booses.
of genuine Jeffersonian Dee equal rights for all and Favier, of the French Catholic mission,
mocracy special! privileges for none; President The I:<. well opera house and several I who Is exceptionally well acquaintedwith

Calls for Earnest Roosevelt's party and Roosevelt with I business hciL-as collapsed. the Chinese. A dispatch from Whiskies
Work. will
every appointment: in his sift"! bptn'lX"l': .. .. There have been'no trains sincaThursday. Shanghai Sept 27 said that the Sho- help youto
--- -
call ----
upon all members the clubs on some trust puppet, hold to the doc The railroad bridge al tuan Boxers were openly distributing

I to begin( earnest campaign work 1mm trine of special favors for those who Pecos river has been washed away. prospectuses couched in the same language

,ct!& *J,. to reorganize where reorgant can and will pay."William. as those circulated before the do it and save you

Randolph Hearst" TRAGEDY IN LAURENS COUNTY. uprising of 1900. These prospectuses 4

-- fixed Oct. 17 as the date for the extermination
Fatal Cifficulty Between Prcrninent None better
of
all
Consumotives Made Comhrtab'e. Citizens. foreigners. money ,

Incipient consumption is cured by Dublin Ga Oct. 5-Monday en Jefferson Tokio Oct. I
4.-10
Foley'a a.
; Honey and Tar, but we do Lieutenant I :
t street in this city Superintendent Fortescue, an American :
not hold out false hopes to attache with
consump- J. E. Hattaway, of the count the "NEVER POUR
tives by claiming that it will care : forces at Port Arthur, has arrivedat
chaingang, vas shot and killed c: i Tokio
this en route to
dread disease in Washington. He
D1r the advanced Earl Camp a prominent young .,- will sail on the BUT THEY REIGN. "
steamship Doric.
stages but if Lieutenant
; the I
lungs are not too
r yea of iti.* c;ty.Ilattawa Fortescue
far watched the operations -
gone Foley's
Honey and Tar will
} was: shot five times b 3' in September at Port
Arthur.
affect a curt, s il stop the racking Camp, all of the balls passing entirely Is returning home He
wIj on account of the .
cough and sojt.ie.the! inflamed air through! his! body and producing dea;l: expiration of -
his leave. Strauss'
He is pledged I 76 Fern Hill Rye Strauss Royal Reserve
passages giving them a chance to In just a few minutes. The past! o: to secrecy relative to his observations ,

nealand even in the advanced was put close to the body of Hatta at Port Arthur pending the fall of the

stages it always gives comfort and way and the flash from it burned his: fortress. A number of American

relief. A. A. Herren, of Finch, Ark., clothing! I nurses will sail from Nagasaki to Sani Cedar Brook IV\ H McBrayer F
writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar is Camp way: on his knees when he di i I Francisco Oct. 21. ,

the best preparation for coughs and the sheeting. Hattaway having knocked

lung trouble. I know that it has him down after having struck hima St. Petersburg, Oct. 4.-A t
I
cured consumption in the first stage::. number of blows on the head and from Mukden, dated Oct. 3, says dispatch \ Strauss'' I IX L Baltimore Rye, Queen An Scotch

For sale by Pcstoffice Drug Store m back. He states that twice Hatiaway "The population of that place has t 1. ,
> '- -- reached fair a pistol and that lie been I _
greatly increased by arrivals from .
CONNECTICUT AFFAIR. thought his life in danger and then all quarters. Chinese ti :

flr C:. from the south say the who Japanese have fled are t i Pilgrimage Sour Mash, PI.anler Rye,

Injury to Battleship Believed: to Have Camp gave himself up to the off administering affairs in southern Manchuria

Seen Made by Diver. eers, but was afterward released. with
a high '
I hand, and .
New York. Oct. 5- That the latest The affair is much many .

ItWILL rsu B. HEARST.Mtkm attempt to injure or destroy the battleship i parties: concerned. regretted by all] tires complaints by them of ill-treatment are made. There of the Is nor a Maryland Rye, Sharps; / Old Harvest Corn

t Connecticut was, according to -
great scarcity of provisions;
the
u necessary and especially to The Herald made from the outside, Chamberlain's Coujh RemedyNo Chinese population. among

rc pood promptly and energetically to has been established to the satisfac rm
one who is acquainted with its
Very suggefrUon that may come from tion of the officials at the navy yard.It PEACE .
the nitiona- management from the is believed that the hole which good qualities can be surprised at the CONFERENCE.

Democratic party. resulted in flooding one of the watertight great popularity Chamberlain's ThIrteenth International-- Congress at STRAUSS & CO.

ty have offered my services and tnose compartments of the ship was Cough Remedy. Jt not only cures Boston, Mass.
of my newspapers to the manage bored by a diver.
colds and grip effcctiually and Boston Oct. 5.-The business meetIng
ment of the Democracy and insofar as This narrows the field of investigation ; pet -
mancntly, butprevents these diseasesin of the thirteenth international II
WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS.
r t have felt justified as your president and an important arrest in the
resulting in pneumonia. It is alsoa peace conference was called to order {
la so doing I have offered the much case is expected. Following closely In
certain cure for croup. Whooping Tremont Temple today Three de OCALA FLORIDA
ittttf r Influence of the National: Association jpon the order issued by tae retiringIlmandant liberative

of Democratic Rear Admiral cough is not dangerous when this sessions at which the dele _-_- .-_. _- t
the Clubs. Frederick
__ __ gates t IRIM.-- -2
.u- TL L are exoected. to -ntl''>r .intn. .Q. .'POlO..
pttdr1D g the honest co-operation of all Rodgers, calling on ttle' patriotism of ml'ur is given. 11 contains 110 discussion- of -- -- ---- .00
subjects
tht members to further effort on tae the employes to protect the Connecticut I opium or other harmful substanceand the looking toward -, ,
general
attainment
of
line of that genuine Democracy hiwfclch a man who said he had been a may be given as confidently to the peace, which .
congress has assembled to consid. OPPOSITE CITY HALL. P. O. BOX 374;
workman in the a baby as to an adult. It is also
yard
a majority of the people. believe. was arrested. er, will continue through
There are special reasons why the The arrest caused unusual excitementand pleasant to take. When all these The Friday.
opening address by Edwin D. H. R. HUN TE.R
Democrats should assert themselvestnt threats of summary punishmentwere facts are taken into consideration it Meade ,
of Boston, was the first in the
work energetically in this cam made, although later it was is not surprising that people in foreign order for today's meeting. This was SUCCESSOR to O. A. HUNTER,

paign. found that the affair was unimportant. lands, as well at home, esteem to be followed by the election of

Tint, and foremost there is a per- Acting in a suspicious manner, the this remedy very highly and very few president and an address by him, responses a GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.

lunent duty before us-we must restore man was first seen by the marine are willing to take any other after by

the government of this countryto guards endeavoring to pass out without having once used it. For sale by the countries representatives having debates of each in the of KEY FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING SAW FILING, EtC.

the hands of the people for whom being noticed. Because of this the corporal all druggists.! m congress, the election of the other officers

acil by whom the government was created of the guard at once placed him and finally by the presentation Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnished.

under arrest and brought him before PEONAGE LAW VIOLATED. of the reoort of the international :

"Ai l>Democrats are interested and Captain HemphilL Severe question. bureau on the events of the year.peace OCALA, FLORIDA. _

especially this! year in repudiating and ing brought the statement that his Four Citizens of Mitchell County Another special matter to be broughtup i

disproving by earnest, sincere work. name was William Carey, 33 years old Placed Under Bond. for consideration was the cablegram i
and that he had been Valdosta, Ga., Oct. 4.-Four Mitchell
made a machinist in
the
charges against us. received last
night from Sir Thomas J. M. MEFFERT.. J. H, TAYLOR
The president of the United Statesfa the navy yard and employed on the county citizens who were brought to Barclay, of England, by President Rob .
bartfie hip Indiana for the Valdosta by Deputy United StateJ I'
an informal letter of acceptance last eight ert T. '
Sr.
coils all Democrats hypocrites and months. He gave the name of his Marshals Godwin and McClelland, Peace Society Payne,, refernng, of the to the American desirability .OCALA[!l 1 ICE[( & PACKING[ [COMPANY.
charged with a violation of the
foreman .
iUme-servers. He says they are come but the latter could not idem I peonage of a treaty of arbitration between . .
pelted to Improvise their convictions tify him and the man was ejected un. laws, were put under bonds oi Great Britain and America ..

sad that it is no wonder they forget ceremoniously from the yard. from $500 to $750 each by Unite* \\'e will be ready forCOLD 't. -
States Commissioner J. M. Johnson
their convictions overnight. FOUR ESCAPE FROM PRISON. '
and allowed to return to their homes, STORAGE .,-
_nub__, of__ _Damocrats."It _________n. of their :
Cause of Lockjaw. pending a hearing cases OD:
Polk County Jailbirds Picked
Is the duty of the members oi Lockjaw, tetanus is caused by a Oct. 17.The Through the Wall. Way about November 1st, and, we solicet a share of your
the national association of Democratic accused men are Harvey Beas-
which exists patron a ire.
bacillus plenti-
or germ Cedartown, Ga., Oct. 5.-Four
clubs and of all Democrats to unite in fully in street dirt. It is inactive so ley, 'D. C. Beasley, T. R. Gregory and. made good their prisoners OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
proving that Democrats have princt J. W. Merritt, farmers of Mitchell:I : escape from the
long as exposed to the air, but when Polk county jail Monday night by removing .-
county.
pies and permanent principles. carried beneath the skin as in the a steel plate and picking out "
"We should unite to preach out Harvey Beasley is charged with hay-
wound caused by percussioncaps a hole in the brick wall.
Democratic beliefs from now until elec ing held a >egro named Tom Fain, i in McMillan Bros
or by rusty nails, and when the The fleeing prisoners are Bob Max-
state of and the others
a
tion day and to vote for them on that peonage ara I
ta1. air is excluded the germ is roused to accused of conspiracy in connectionwith ey under life sentence for murder;

activity.and produces the most virulent Clark Formby, assault with intent to
the case. It is that
same alleged
Th Democratic party has a great
Southern Works
murder Copper
rupect for vested rights and also has poison'known. These: germs maybe Fain escaped from Beasley's place anjyoing ; Tom Flanders, burglary, all
destroyed and all danger of lock- negroes, and John McAIister, twelve
to a neighboring plantation secured
a hatred of vested ;
,
great wrongs no Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
months for two
avoided by applying Chamber- whiskey cases.
Batter how long or respectable their jaw work, whence he was pursued bj I
Antecedents. Democrats believe in the lain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the the party of white men who fired intoa Just as the fourth man had crawled
and General Metal Workers.Old
statement of their platform that 'the injury is received. Pain Balm is an caibn he was stopping at, afterwards through the hole, Clem (Green a woman .

less antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises breaking in the door of the house. charged with murdering Jim Dar
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rights of labor are certainly no
'saa led' and no lessInalienable' and like injuries to heal without mat- via, gave the alarm and Sheriff J. B. Stills in for
tested no J less From Demsey taken exchange new ones. Patching
than Sao rights of capital"Democrats uration and in one third the time re- Death. ran upstairs to prevent further through the.country a specialty. Orders by mail or

denounce the exportation quired by the usual treatment. It is "Our little daughter had an almost While escapes.the prisoners wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
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Whout process of law of working for sale by all druggists. m fatal attack of whooping cough opening, the others sang worked and kept on the follcwing worksFAYETTtSnLLE '

den aid women from the state of Col SEARCHING FOR OUTLAY/ and bronchitis," writes :Mrs.: W. K. upa
disturbance C.
so as to drown the noise N. SAVANNAH GA.
ondo or from any other part of Amen __ I II Haviland, of Armonk, y. Y., "but I ,
I of the picking. The
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news of the escape
lean Democracy detests all I when all other remedies failed JACKS IVILLE. FLA MOBILE ALA
S soil The Officers After Man Charged with Several I we spready rapidly ,
over the city,
khuU of anarchy and especially that Serious Crimes. saved her life with Dr. King's New and the wires
were hot for a time
vhdch put the executive! of a stat Hartford, Conn., Oct. .The Matte Discovery. Our neice who had posting nearby cities. .

'ack-1 by the militia, above the laws police force and many of the resident. consumption in 'an advanced stage,

and above the courts. heavily armed, are searching east also used this wonderful medicine Callers Upon Judge Parker. THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .

postoffice Thieves. Gladstonebury for John c. Whippie, and today she is perfectly well." New York, Oct. 5-'l1mothy D. Sullivan -

I who, two weeks ago, shot and seriously Desperate throat and lung diseases representative In congress! and
believes In puttingthieves
*Th. Democracy and : wounded a neighbor, James Star yield to Dr. King's New Discovery Timothy P. Sullivan, vice chairman of
i of the postoffice
u. out and last week shot StAte Police the board of aldermen both of
mer as to no other medicine earth. New
on ReasotableRefurgisleid
of the public ser First Class. Rates
branches j I r )
all ther Loucks who was attempting to York half .
'. United States senate man. Infalliable for coughs and colds. 50c. spent an Hour with Judge
tkra, from the him. It te suspected also that Parker
arrest and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by Tyd- today. Representative Sullivan 9
lp the "*1 down. Whipple burned several barns and said he told
JodgeTarker he,, it
ings & Co. Trial bottles free.
Th DemocratsbeWeve that public : buns 'stock with'the m ) Throughout) Special Rates by Month.
consequently wasting his time In New York: as the

property U public property of the and: ,Whiter that season's cropa.er* guarded Dlghtand 'Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Green 'and city 'baa. nothing but Democrats.: t

mot .fen the. occupant day by armed farm buvdo. Among other callers '
Judge Parker
upon
torn mfm of war Into i children, who have been spending th
,
IfetiM tbould It,is believed that Whipple. Is hiding er were former Governor James M.
JUkta or M**. of Be.otlicera. ia Mott Hill ,' i past two months on the coast of
trrtt In a cite on & range o Campbell, of Ohio, and former United MRS. THOS. J. BARNES, PROP
Ute.dome6t1e>
M4 anon of the navy mountains I Maine, returned home Tuesday. State Treasurer Morgan.




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*' GAITERV1LLE.OcaU GLEANINGS.Banner. BUTCHTO:: ,.. " ;1f 1 1 "It4" 1 1"1" ""T"" ''''" " " '

Special Correspondence 1
5petialCorrespondence: Ocala Banner. ". ab

rains Warm were weather delightful continues and refreshing., but the in Sunday mourning our for community the loss of was one draped of cur .- }d _


y Planting fall gardens still progressing oldest resident. Mrs, Sallie t. Carter, 119 $ d' D y's Clothing -

a ; first planting in many cases failed aged 89, years. She was a S/and. I

on account of the dry weather. mother of Mrs. Dr. Blitch alsrt Dr. J.I 1
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s: A deal of pork is being butcheredand T. Davis, of Irvine, the latter being QS-.- ...._._..,.._. _. L.rlIrWID --- .
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obtained.L. -- ....
good prices are in North Carolina at the time of her .. :
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r his .work F. Risher at Crystal returned River.Monday He to is the death.McIntosh Her remains cemetery were Sunday interred evens at- :-;--: It is useless] for us to say we can fit all men in clothes .


well known throughout the state a E this is established fact. :
an
an expert lock and gunsmith and ing.Dr.. S.,H. Blitch took harge of I as .

commands Uncle Joe good made prices a flying for trip his to work.th mercial his duties bank as manager Saturday.of This the Com come ;E All we want to tell you is that our buyers have just returned =".= ;

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a mining city Saturday. munity wishes him success. from northern markets with the largest line of -
J.M. Welch and theircharming
; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. B. R. Blitch, member of the

daughter, Miss Belle, were school board, was in Ocala Mondayand E MEN and BOYS OVERCOATS, SUITS and PANTS. 3

. .4 visitors here Sunday the guests of Tuesday, attending to his offi- -.. '

:3ilr. R. D. Stokes. cial duties. E ever seen in Central Florida. ::: :

Mrs. Wilson, the Evening Light Mrs. Montbrook, of Montbrook, --- :

Evangelist, closed and her left meetings Ionday'for here i was here Tuesday :-: Our Line Consists of All Materials Manufactured iqto Clothing.MEN'S ::
Sunday night
The farmers are busy housing theircorn ---
her home in Polk county. She was I
ciops. ::. OVERCOATS. MEN'S AND BOY'S SUITS. MEN'S AND BOY'S PANTS. ::
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the first woman Uncle Joe ever saw PW1.L. .... .......

occupy the pulpit. He is compelled ... --
to say that she delivered some very FLEMINGTON. -- We bought heavy in this line, as We are able to suit any Man or The cold weather Is coming, al* -...

able discourses, but he is still of the Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. :: the Weather* Prophets predicts a very Boy ina suit this season. Our line mobt! here, but we are glad to say ::: .

is witboutja doubt the most varied that we are fully prepared to meet it. ...
is the
opinion that a woman's place We had a nice little rain here Tues-
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.. long and severe cold Winter. Outline of Men's Pants U the ..
pew, not the pulpit. :daylnight, which was very joyously in the city. .....
Largest and most varied we have ever
.-- Our line is Our counters and tables loaded .....
Mr. J. E. Brooks, of Limbo's officein received.The .- made up of the very are had. Our buyers certainly I 1 knew __

Gaiterville, is on the sick list this school opened here Monday latest fabrics in Water-Proof and down with the best clothing ever their business, as they bought the .. :

week. We hope to see him out soon. morning with Mr. Knight as teacher.Mr. >-* seenjat popular prices. latest patterns as well as the beet of .__..._ '
: : Snow-Proof Coats, also the kind that We have all sizes and colors in good: '
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Turner are visiting J. L. Dow is back at Flemington :::
relatives and friends in Ocala ...- keeps the cold weather from Men's and Boy's Suits. All you have Our sizes!! cover all persons wearing '
to to Jackson- pene
preparing move _
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pants, we can fit the little tot just ..
this week.lr.. Turner filled his ville. ........ trating. to do is to tell us your size and you getting into breeches also the man ---
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regular appointment at Mill Creek Robert Chitty has been on the sickI...... We have short are fit.Our pulling the scales to 400. .
I long, big and little :
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last Sunday. list for the past few days. Boy's and Youth's Suits will be We have an established reputation .

)fl'. Burrel Redding,and son, of the Our meeting closed Sunday with ones, in fact we. are able to suit any subjects of conversation among the of selling all goods in our line cheap. -....
.. I:::- margin an Overcoat this winter. little men as soon as they are seen er than all, some of our competitors .".
Long Swamp section, were visitingin three additions to the church. r .....
| Big or Little Men! It will be to have admitted this fact. Of court :
Gaiterville Sunday. Mr. F. E. Smoak was Micanopy ] Our prices are lowest for the qual your interest to look at our line be- we make no exception to thee pants :::: :

Mr. A. D. Mitchell, ferryman at Monday. ity. You can get a good Coat for fore purchasing. Remember that we have over 2600 __

Stokes ferry, made a business trip +.' Men's Suits..................5.00 to 15.00. pairs to select from. Our prices are -.-
A Love Letter. 6.50, other ranging from 3.50 to very low. .....
to Ocala Monday. Uncle Joe actedas Would not interest you if you're -_- Youth's Suits. .........S3.. .00 to 3.00.Boy's Men's Pants . .1.00 to 00. ___
ferryman during* his absence. looking for a guaranteed salve for -.- l ii.50. Suits............, 1.00 to 6.00. Boy's Pants . 20c to 'C"$1.50. __
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Such a position does not suit Unclea sores, burns, or pyles. Otto Dodd, .
little bit. of Ponder, Mo., mites: "I suffered == The! above is only 1 a very poor outline of what our stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing really ::: p

Ha, .ha! Our young friend from box with of an Bucklen's ugly sore Arnica for a year Salve, but cured- a == is. The onlyway)[ to convince you, is to have your appearance at our our store, which will also be ::::
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5 Citrus county makes regular calls. me. Its the best salve on earth. 25c. ::: ]
=:= greatly appreciated.
Stick to it; remember "faint heart at Tydings & Co. drug store. m

n'er won fair lady." I The Jacksonville Sun, hitherto t; Come and let us explain our MONEYSaving Plan to you. 1;

Mr. C. B. Brooks,of Inverness, waV} printed as a weekly has met with

with us again Snnday. ; .? I such phenomenal succes it is now
t occurred'n J printed as as a daily. It sparkles likea
The disturbance which
gem and is newsy, catchy and witty. -' THE BOSTON -STORE. i
short time does
Gait ni11e a ago not It[ contains the associated press des- --w

seem to be altogether settled yet. patches and starts out with 3,000

' There is still. malice and hard feeling subscribers. '


-.:..-. We existing hope between this will the soon parties blow' over at issue.and I BURIED UNDER-CAVE-lt'i. ( !6'6'' '6! 6"6" 6"6"666"6"6'6"" '." " 61,!. .'.!.A AAA..!.! I I

the white dove of peace again hove r "Slick Head" Causes Fatal Accident In - - - - j
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over Gaiter rille. UNCLE JOE. 'Bartow County -
OLD GUARDSMEN RESIGN. ...
Cartersville., Ga., Oct. 5-At the Morgan EII s-
THE NEWS FROM BELLEVIEW. Mining company's iron mine, near
Walker and Dreese Out-Cann Is No
this city, a large cav -ln of dirt and
Special Correspondence Ot ila Banner. Longer Inspector.
ore occurred, covering with Its
Beulah, the fourteen year olc weight six men, only two of mighty whom artillery Savannah has, Ga.received, Oct. 6.the The resignationof CEatam I MARION RDWARE COMPANY

daughter of Mrs. Ben McGahagin, oi f have as yet been recovered alive.
Captain George P. Walker and
Oxford, died at her home Frida y The president of the company and Senior Lieutenant -
Harry Si: Dreese.
manager of the mine, Mr R.
night and was buried in the McGa P. Morgan With the resignation of these two DOORS
was among the victims, his lifeless SASH and BLINDS.
hagin family burial ground west 01!I body being recovered fearfully officers from military service, the two ,

Belleview, at half past one Saturda, mashed and disfigured. oldest officers in polnt of service in
tie national guard of the
country retire ,
The
afternoon. scene of the accident was a
cut about 100 feet deep from military life.
and 100 feet IiARDWARE-
Miss Elsie Perry, of Pedro, ha I Lieutenant Alexander Krenson is .
in a hill. A blast had just been madeat
been visiting Mrs. Hall at Hall & the end of the cut and a urge mass next in line of promotion, Lieutenant

Thagard's camp.A of dirt and ore had fallen in. William Dlxon, who was elected a
I short time ago, being next. CUTLERY STOVES
Which
Mr. Morgan just arrived and-TINWARE.
surprise party was tendered Mr. was talking i of these officers will be chosen to ,
with his
who i
men were getting
and Mrs. Frank Pelot Thursday evening ready to move the ore. There were fill the vacancy Is not determined, al

by some of their young friends. five men besides Mr. Morgan. Wil though It Is believed that Lieutenant ..
The "school Urn Wheeler, miner Krenson, as a reward for his longer '--
boys" played a gameof a who stood near '. .
service, will be -
the
recipient of the
the mouth of the cut,
ball against the "seniorb" Satur saw a shaking
in the side wall of the cut and yelled tonpr.
day afternoon, the latter team Both
coming Captain Walker and Lieutenant
to the men to look out.
out"victorious. But they wouldn'tif Just then the side well fell in, bury. Dresse retire after 41 years of con

the juniors had bad their own way big all those In the cut beneath it.Mr. tinuous service In the command, a record Agricultural Implements.

I so say the juniors. Wheeler telephoned at once to probably not equaled by any other -
Emerson and Cartersville for officers in the service of ::!e national
help and
Mrs. Frank Barrett returned home guard.
soon men and physicians were on the -
Tuesday from Jacksonville, where scene working to Colonel George T. Cann has resigned
rescue the men. Thlr. : Iron and Steel :
she has been spending some weeks ty hands from the Kelley and 60 the post of inspector general of rifle j Rope, Belting, Packing Pumps

with her,daughter, Mrs. George Pope. from the Bartow mine hurried to the practice of Georgia state troops. i ,

7 place and farmers from around the Steam and Water
The regular monthly council meeting Pipe
mine were also there. FOUND IN DYING CONDITION. i Fittings Barbed
, was held in the town hall Tuesday |I ,
After a few hours' work two negroes I :.,
evening. JOSH. nearest the edge of the cut were res' Mystery Surrounds Death of Man at I Wire Etc.

cued. They were alive, but may die. Memphis, Tenn. I ,
Obituary. Their names are Wright Mllner and Memphis, Te n., Oct 6-At an early
Died, at Blitchton, Fla., Oct. 1, Al Buford. The former had one leg hour today a man supposed to be J. R.

1904, Mrs. Sallie E. Carter, at the broken in four places and the latter Campbell was found in a dying condition -

age of 89 years. Deceased was the had a leg broken in two places.At near the stage entrance of the flmmunition and all Kinds of Sportsman Supplies.
11:50 the body of Mr. 'Morgan Grand Opera house here. He died
wife of John Carter, who precededher was recovered. It wu found in before be could be taken to the hospi

to the spirit land some 27 years t rather stooping posture behind and tal.A

ago. Mrs. Carter and her husband partly over a small train car. The railroad pass found on the body MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.

came to Florida 35 years ago from tram car was broken to splinters. Mr. bore the name of "J. R. Campbell." It
Morgan's body was terribly crushed was issued by the Barry Transportation 4
South Carolina. Two children were and mangled. company, from Milwaukee to Chi ,I
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born to them, both of whom have The fall of ore and dirt was what cago. Other papers in his clothing in. -. AGENTS FOR -.>: -

I already crossed the river of death. was known as a "slick head," coming dlcate that he had once been passenger ,
without special cause or agent for the Goodrich Transportation _
warning. A
Her declining days were spent at the Syracuse .
heavy strata of company, of Grand
ore clay above a mass Rapids, Mich. .
home of Dr. S. H.
Blitch. Here she of clay, and the latter gave way, the No marks of violence were discernible 'r 'Planet
was happy and contented. 'She was former toppled and the whole mass on th body.Gainesvil1e Jr.

a daughter of John Lee and and a went down. The falling wall was Ga., Oct. 6.-J. XL Cooley Chilled \

cousin of Gen. Robert E. Lee. She the one opposite where the men: were better known as "Boob" Cooley, Farm, and ,
standing. There were 1,000 tons of White county, had $1,100 stolen
lived a noble, Christian life, and her weight, it Is from L
estimated
In the mass his home last Sunday wline' he
last days were days of patient wait- that fell. was away getting married.He Garden

ing for the summons to join the saintly Mr, Morgan was about 38 yean old. kept his money hidden away In Plows .; : ,;",.' ,

throng on the heavenly shore. He leaves a wife, a brother, G. M. his house. Upon the groom's returnto Tcols.w .
Morgan, of Boston, and a sister, Mrs. his country home, a few miles northof '.;t" "" _
Funeral services were held at the -v M BBBMM BV9nui.. k.V*
L. A. Fralick
of
New
York Cleveland,
; Ralph $1,100 was gone, but
McIntosh cemetery about six miles Barber, the well-known.tnagazise writer $1,400 packed away in another place Drills and Hand Cultivators

from Ocala, from the Psalmists text, of Boston, is his nephew.He was Intact.I'ormKIDNIlCORE'. .

"Precious in the sight of the Lord is came to Cartersvifle la 1818, end MARION
in 1892 married Miss LUa Calhoun, HARDWARE'COMPANY
the death4of His saints." daughter of Captain J. J. Calhoun, of

J. N. OvEREULTZ..f j I this city' 'II''ts Xldnm and Bladder Rlot ,

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SKYSCRAPER WILL i r DEATH SIR WILLIAM .

FAR EASTERN Great ... -- --....
} WAR Damagt.. Dent .In Trinidad. Georgia Senator Er.tnuses Democrat ""- .

HOUSE Colorado. on C mp.Ign issues. .K.BIGGS, _____ :

MANY PUPILS Ttiaidad, '())jo., Oct. 3.-A terrific H VERNON HARCOURT"Finest Augusta, Garnet 3.-Senator: A.Clay S. ATTORNE -Al T.LAW. .

_. ,Petersburg War Office HakeBDenials. flood struck the city;of'Trinidad and addre Hlarge and enthusiastic (Office in Gary-Ague Block.)

the whole the* audi t r\emP80d of the hat .
:.t, / 'valley, along L&4 Ani OCALA FIXDRIDA.D .

.. .Grwt Building to,Be Erected la ma river, d, va tatinc:a wide section Political Gladiator oi citizens tJT' fstitj at the court house -

"e ad cauaiag a boors which will reach I on the natit U issues of the day D D. FULLER ,

."ORTD MUKEN ENGAGEMENT New York. F3 taillioa dollars. So far as known His Age. A number .ladies graced the occasion DENTIST.

tberft"-wu nO-lo6lrofltfe but several with their presence.
"' WILL Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank.
Ocala FlA. '
Meetuto' Denial la Given to a Shanghai SAT MOns THAN 7/ )fJ. are reported missing. 'END: fAME QUITE :.SUDDENLY. Repeatedly tH speaks. ,..u.d'". to wait'for -

Every bridge ia the Trinidad 'the atTanietastila J ,::n_order to
'; Telegram Reporting I' city M. THOMPSON.
that
,, a .Gen- auihUng Will Contain 180 Class Room. '! U out, the. Santa Fe station is demolIshed Among All Classes In tM United King. be heard. J _

.aral Engagement at that Place Hai After referring briefly to state affairs PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
,. Accommodating Between 7,500 and all of the railroads are tied up dom Regardless of Party, NewsCaused
teen Won he four reasons why Judge Office over Teapot Grocery Opp.Montexama..
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gays
by
Jape.Si. 1,000 and the telephone and telegraphic ser.
Children, and Will a Sensation and Genuine Re OCALA PLA.
Be Abso. vie Parker should be elected. First, the
f completely; suspended. More
Petersburg OoL l.-6:02 ladly Flnp r--Now gret-Forty Years In PoUtjcs. 1s sectional
p. m.taportet Departwe.Now than thirty city blocks in the residence Republican party a party; SPENCER.ATTORNEYATLA.
e developments on the east second. the Republican party is dominated EDWIN _
: en flank of tits Manchurtaa York, Oct;: Accommodatlona and business portion were from 2 to London, Oct. 3.--Sir Wllttam Vernon L

army are for nearly twice 4 feet uoder water alone the river. H&rcourt."the finest political by corrupt offices; third the W,
QmStted by the war office to be as many papUa as Democratic party U for economical- OCALA. 4-y* FLORIDA,
prod eleoeatary The food wan C&1Sedbr the heavy gladiator of his age died very sudden. \
1ar. The details however &ftyiu school in the KtetetratioxL of the national governseat
are be island rain which has bee falli&c: for two ly today at Nuneham park near Oxford .
In
wtUhe14 for strategic a skyscraper fourth only by a Democratia -
reasons the au. M be erected ,vlthla feyj. At S o'clock Us night the the country seat which he recently J K. CHASE _
.' bortUu departing from silence a few months. I. victory era the people secure aa Investigation
only k win be cKuatftA storm: assumed douAbura& praOortiome inherited from his nephew. DENTIST
,
ia
10 the extent of Grand street on I of the In which
eaylng that the Ru- tU newer east and at 2 o'clock this morning the Las Only Us wif, a daughter of the late manner OCALA. FL
de. It to !
"IIIA cavalry is planned that the mossy of the government is spent
executing important It. staool shall Animas, river went over its btaks. At john Lothrop Motley the historian
be
;; Bovecae&ta, leaving it -ea or more strotes fey official H* pitched his entirejfrech
to be eurmised Wp and have 3:30 it was Impossible to get withina and former American minister to PARLOS L. SISTRUNK. -.
about
that it is trying to 15 class rooms oft theM heads. J
cut
the Japanese to the floor. block. of the river bed at any polo Great Britain vac with him. When
The entire building will la doslcx. Seaator Clay brief. .
lint of communication spoke ATTORREY'AT LAW.
:' ; and thus defeat I< tie flank adrance. 150 class rooms, accommodating ly to the PoauUtfa of the state. Ha Room 4, Masonic Building.Ocala. Fla. $ 8 21
for three blocks in the heart of: the seemed fairly well though he had been
An absolute between 7,500 and 8,000 declared that they are now all Demo -
'., denial is given to the children. business district suffering from a alight chill. This
." The building will be abso- orate His prayer was that the people
Shanghai telegram reporting that a lately 1I roof. Meantime the electric light and gtt morning when he was called he WIled
Only the desks and of Georgia would never again be
pam engagement at Mukden had door will be plants had been flooded and the city cheerily: UNIVERSITY .
tnfianrmable.
divided as they were eight or ten years
been won by the Japanese. The war Another was in. complete darkness. Hundreds "In a short time.
school building of large type ago. It was church against church,
-. offlce even declares that nothing Is is BOW in course of of citizens thronged the street on the Later a servant entered the room -OF-
construction on the family against family neighbor against
: known of the serious fighting (nere. it east side, in Hester edge of the submerged district carrying and found Sir William lying dead.on
street at the corner neighbor! brother against brother,
11 pointed out that the reports of the of Essex. lanterns and doing their best to his bed. His son. Lewis Ternon Har-
n It Is'six stories high town and city against the country. He
Russian retirement from MUKden are and will provide shelter for those driven from court member of parliament for the fLORID
accommodate 5,000 pupils. never wanted to see, he said such conditions I
disproved by yesterday's telegram their homes. Warning of the flood Rossendale division of Lancashire, was
prevailing again. In the last
from General Sakharoff, showing that was given when the river left Us banks hastily summoned from London. .
primary, the Populists came* back and
f General Kuropatkin's outposts are as LEARNS OF FORTUNE. by revolver shots and the ringing oi Among all classes in the United
voted with the Democratic party. Theyore
gar south as Yen Tal. the fire alarm, followed by the blowing Kingdom, regardless of party, the unexpected
z Broker now our brethren. In many count FIRST CALSS PROVISIONFOR ,
Further recounaTsances Hears of Valuable Property After of all the locomotive and shop whistles news caused a sensation and
continue* ties the Populists who came back to
I and indicate that the Japanese forces Thlrty.Flve Years. In town. ., genuine regret. The somewhat pathetic
the party are In control and they
are still crossing the Taitse 'river New York, Oct. 8.-After nearly 35years Citizens upon rafts made of sectionsof announcement In March last of his
at ought to be. They are in the major A New Gymnasium
:' Bentsiaputze.! indicating mat the cen' just learned Thomas Looney a broker, has sidewalks paddled through the Intended retirement had prepared the ity. They will vote for Parker in BODY Splendidly Equipped. "'- 1

s ter of gavity remains that his mother, Mrs. streets rescuing families which were public for Sir Williams eventual disap-
east of the river. Louisa November, and help to roll up a 70,000 TV/T TTVT PI' A Large Faculty of Most 4
I They apparently have not yet suet M. Locney whose home is in In danger. The new Dacca, hotel a pearance from the active arena of political majority. i 1Y111NJJScholarly Specialise.IVLO.tvA.LiO' f

ceeded In drafting sufficient Memphis Tenn., Is the owner of two :2-story structure just nearing comple strife, but there had been no Ourxt'tto: ,.
men thither Senator declared white ,
valuable tracts Clay that the sound Morals the this f
to drive home their flanking of land on Long Island tion at a cost of $20,000 was destroy whisper that his stalwart constitution of Good Citizenship.
opera which people! of the sloth must stand together. Z.
tions. neither of them knew anything ed. The water then ate its way through tad been Impaired by nearly 40 years 'i
about. They could gain nothing by a di Address: THE: PRESIDENT: Lake City, F"a. '!
50 feet of to the Santa Fe of fierce parliamentary strife. -
; Considerable significance !is ground .: $
attached vision. No other party offers anything
1 t to Sakbaroffs report that Chinese An attorney in examining titles re depot, which was carried away. The The evening edition of the Standard to the southern white man.- -. JJerry' <,:

& bandits Gently to property near Huntington and Cardenas hotel adjoining, barely escaped one of the deceased's most bitter z
are figatiag in The Japanese Cleveland stands for the nominee.
blip found the record of Mrs. Looney's of opponents aptly and generously says: Burnett
similar fate the
i ranks in the Liao river valley. Taken a an acre Bryan stands for the nomiaee. It will i
holdings and spoke about them to the "With the late Liberal leader there :
washed
in ground 'being away near it.
conjunction with the attempt of bandits take the united strength of the people
broker whom he knew. Investigation The Rio Grande bridge at El Morais bat passed away one of the last of
to cut the railroad Merchant
i between Muk-: posed to Republicanism to oust the
hewed that the elder Looney, who out and the Santa Fe right of way la those titanic figures bound up with the
i del and Harbin reveals the extent of a party from Washington. The Repv! .
died five years ago. had bought the many places has been washed out coat brilliant traditions of the house
widespread Bean stands for centralization
Japanese party
t organization cl
property and deeded it to his wife, and Railroad traffic is entirely suspended "of commons. There are but 'a few E
\ IndUs west of the railroad. TIle news of power and against the peopfe. Tailoring.
that the matter had been forgotten. and business is paralyzed. left of those eminent statesmen who
| from the front Is
extremely meager. The tracts are valued at 25,000.. It was reported that the flood was received their political training at the
f The army organ Is still expressing IROTHERHOOD ST. ANDREWS. Ocala, Florida.
due to a break in the city reservoir! bands of Gladstone and Disraeli. The
skepticism of
an immediate advance RAILROAD but this is erroneous. The !i coincidence of his death with the in Finest Imported and
EARNING resery>
This paper Is inclined to attach great Members of the Newly! Appointed
tended withdrawal of the distinguished
? is safe. Domestic Cloths.
Importance to the stories of the widespread Council. .
Although reports continue to be circulated statesman into wall earned repose after -
Report New York and Hudson River
prevalence of disease among Philadelphia Oct. 3-The only busl- Cutting a Specialty
today that several families a career of hard work and polifieal -
the Japanese troops. Railway. aess of importance to come before the Fits Guaranteed.WE .
New .York, Oct. 3.-Extracts from have been missing since the flood activity gives pathos to the event"TRUCE
No late news concerning the Jt"aaese Brotherhood of St. Andrews delegates
the New York Central Hudson .swept through the -
and River city yesterday nfl
| turning movement east, 'lias been today will be the selection of the next
Railroad company's annual report bodies have been recovered and th STILL PENDING.
tftoCelred, which Is regarded to be the meeting place. At a meeting of the
just made public shows earnings police cflcials announce that they have
i f thief movement of the Japanese. Field gross newly appointed council the followingwere
| of $77CS2,221. an Increase of $76,443 no reason to believe there was ant fletween Urugjayan Au.hsrlt'es: and elected
Marshal : CA\
f Oyama may be compelled to
over the previous year. Expenses increased loss of life. The property loss will Revclutionists.
President-Robert H. Gardiner of .
abandon the idea of an advance it 'is ,
Intimated $2,';00,746, a decrease. in net approximate nearly a million dollars. Buenos Ayres, Oct. 3.-The. truce Gardiner Me. I
in a Mukden dispatch that -
earnings of 2224303. The damage: to the Colorado and Wyo between the Uruguayan authorities and Vice President-J. Harris SAVF x -
It is possible with fresh troops con. Davis, of
Dividends from subsidiary companiesand ming railroad Is $75,000 In addition ta the revolutionists continues, pendingthe Pa. *' ,
rtrantly arriving, that General Kuro- Philadelphia :' '
: ?
A other Income Increased as cem- the weakening of the $50,000 bridge at acceptance or refusal of new peace Second Vice YOU ;
President-Edmund
r patkln may attempt some offensive G.
eration. op I I pared with the total for 1903, thus reducing Sopris, which may fall. proposals, the provisions of which Billings, of Boston, Mass. ,-.

the loss in net income to Two miles of track between Soprii have not been made public. Paraguay. 'Treasurer-George H. Randall of MONEY jON -

$1,308,440. Ordinary dividend another and Jansen was washed away. One an advices give reports of small engagements Plttsburg, Pa, :: 'S

FOR BETTER PRICES. charges when deducted from thousand: feet of the Santa Fe tract between the revolutionists General Secretary-Hubert Carleton :

this amount leaves a surplus of $830- is In the river at Jansen, and the there and the government forces of Pittsburg, Pa. .''.., ,.

Secret Netting of Cotton Dealers Held S63 for the year but deductions are bridge at Starkville Is gone. but they are so conflicting as to ren- Office Secretary-Edgar P. Oriswell, 1' '

at Jackson. made for new equipment so that the TIle Colorado and Southern roadbedin der the making of accurate statements of Pittsburg, Pa. FURNITURE

Jackson Miss., Oct. 3-A secret conference actual surplus for the year Is reducedto Riley canon is wrecked, 24 bridge impossible. Both sides claim to b'e J. A. Houghtaling, of Chicago, and ...

,F of cotton dealers from the .20673. and 10,000 ties ha\"ing.been carried out masters of the situation but it Is believed R._H. Gardiner, of Gardiner, discussed AND -

principal market points in the state by the water.A the conditions are practically "The Forward Movement, and J. A

r was held here at the Edwards' hotel GOODBY TO FOOTLIGHTS. special meeting of the city corn unchanged from those last reported. i Catto, of Toronto, Canada, and J. H. HOUSE FURNISHINGSTRY

r About 15 dealers participated and ell was held today to devise measure It is reported from Corrientes that. Smalle, of Chicago, spoke on "HOA

all were enjoined to secrecy regarding! Joseph Jefferson, Veteran Actor Retires for the relief of flood sufferers. Con John N. Ruffin, American consul at Asuncion Can the Brotherhood Movement Be I US

the proceedings declining to maka from the Stage. struction of a temporary water main! Paraguay, Is acting as presi Best Promoted?"

any statements for publication, but New York Oct. 3 Joseph Jefferson to the south side to replace the mains dent, and has telegraphed to Washington I

promising that there may be something after more than seventy years on the that were washed away was begun to through American Minister Finch BODY FOUND IN WELL. AND WE'LL PROVE IT.

interesting to announce later on. stage during which time he has become day. for an American warship to assist the

It is believed that the cotton deal one of the most honored and beloved movement Miss Cook of
,
Talladega
.Probably ij OCALA[ FURNITURE( [CO.
ers have a plan on foot whereby a members of the dramatic profession Increased Capitalization.New Committed Suicide. ... rJ

good portion of Mississippi's cotton has decided absolutely never to York, Oct. 3.-COnsiderable Interest BONDS FOR WATER WORKS. Talladega Ala., Oct. 3.-Miss Sallie :

: crop will be held back to await better resume his theatrical career. Deep- Is shown in the total Cook, who lives about 10 miles west .

f; prices. was expressed by all who capifaliza Citizens of Covington Seeking Needed of this place, . r .
est regret tion of companies organized under the was missed from her
When this question was. put point heard him make the announcement.Mr. I 'Improvement home Thursday about 9 o'clock. : :
laws of the eastern .
states during Sep . .
rt' blank to the participants in the confer Jefferson arrived here from Boston Covington Ga., Oct. 3-The necessity Searching parties EJ0.Aiz
." were sent
out
... tember with $1,000,000() ( or more author
ace they did not deny that that was wher he had remained a few days Ized capital stock as compared wit for a waterworks system for this and her bcdy was found In avell !

i the object of their gathering. The recuperating aftre his recent illnessat the previous month. The city was never more apparent than for on the place.It ..

resolutions adopted at the recent contention Buzzard's Bay, which caused the panies show new com the last 2 or 3 months. The recent is supposed to have been a case J J.t i'C

t of the Southern Cotton Grow abandonment of his fall tour. He is of 66250000.an aggregate This is more capitalization thai fire by which $250,000 worth of prop- of suicide as her mind had been affected uThef

ers' association in St. Louis, whereinIt convalescent, but still must be judicious erty was destoYed.and which, had the for some time.

It was decided that It is advisable for I in guarding his returning double the total of AugustTo city possessed'! waterworks could no Miss Cook was about 20 years of f: Proper

I the farmers to hold back their crop, r strength and will remain here three doubt have been saved, was a valuable age, and of a prominent family in this

ie thought to have been the incentive weeks after which he will go by easy Revise Constitution. object lesson that put the citizens of county. Study

for the gathering and it is not at all improbable I stages to Florida, stopping in Washington Richmond, Va., Oct 3.-James H Covington to thinking.The I a/Mati-

that some warehouse schema for a time and again, in Atlanta. Watson of Indiana; Tracy R. Bangs.. drying up of so many wells in Officially Commended. I x

U being devised which will be an- It was a matter of several days of North Dakota; C. D. Myers, Illinois; the city as a result of the continuous New York kind is

flounced after the plans have beer! silent and trying discussion for the D. C. Richardson Virginia; TJ. f drought has been another means of Oct. 3-Frank Ryan, em.

decide O. Cherry South Dakota crystalizing a strong sentiment In favor ployed at the navy yard as a rigger "
fully formulated. veteran actor before he finally were today Man. .
of an early bond issue for this who smashed against the side of the
ed to retire. He loves the footlights named by Charles E. Shively supreme w
must chancellor Knights of Pythias to much-needed Improvement battleship Connecticut, the bottle! oi
Safe Blown. but realized that at his age one re
Postofflce wine which Miss Welless had
failed tobreak
Philadelphia, Oct. S.The safe ii be careful not to overstrain a constitution vise the Pythian constitution. .' has been officially
often Capitalization New commended. The to secure customers -
the postofflce at Rosemont was blown that has been called upon Companies.New Naval Constructor proper way
Baxter thanked him
today. Postmaster for severe effort. Bank Declines Offer. York, Oct. Considerable Interest Is to talk directly to
open by dynamite on behalf of all the officers concernedin
Stlllwagon says that at the close c4 When the decision was ultimately Berlin Oct. 3.-The Disconto ban1Gowner ; is of shown in the total capitalIzation the launching for the promptness of them We are looking for new
companies
organized under
each month dividend checks amounting reached he quietly announced it to of the General Venezuelan railroad action Ryan had shown. Captain Bax customers for our advertising
t' of the
the laws eastern stales
510,000 were his family. "I shall never act agaIn has declined an offer of 65 pet during
to between $5,000 and ter also
September with presented Ryan a part of the sDace. It Is what we have to
tent to wealthy suburbanites, and tha he said: "My days upon the stage are cent of the par value of the stock. The $1,000,000 or more gold cord which had been
authorized capital stock as comparedwith attached to sell We know it is good. It
many letters iSj'ntaining! suoh checks ended. bid was made by General Valuflni. the the bottle.

rare stolen' Once the decision was made and its Venezuelan minister here on behalf ol the previous month. Tae new is worth all that we ask for it

i first feeling of solemnity had passed his government General Yaltjtinl companies show an aggregate capitalization Hangs Himself In Hotel. and more If there Is any per

Knocked Out. Jefferson became more cheerful. will arrive today from Paris of $6,260,000. This is more
"Kid" Mr.
McCoy
than double the total of AugustTo Atlantic City N. J, Oct 3.-Phillip son in this community who has
King. at first to act
Pertfleton Ore., Oct 3.-Andy "It will seem strange I Schaefer, 45
years old. an employe of
wila knocked out added "but I shall soon anything to sell who has any
of Walla. Wash, to more he Wealthy Negro Dies. Christen the Paducah. the Atlantic City Brewing
,
company
McCoy, of Brooklyn, In thef get used to that, and I shall Begin to Spartanburg. S. C., Oct 8. Tom committed suicide need that isn't supplied we want
"Kid/ Oct.
IDomar f Washington 3.-on the invitation I. at a hotel in Baltic
f round of a bout which was enjoy what I have looted forward to the most notable in him to use these columns.
negro of the secretary f the navy, the avenue by hanging. He lad been 111 .'

dined to be a ten round fight Mow these many years-my long, long holl this section and builder of half a (!cz- I mayor of Paducah, Ky., has selected I for several weeks. Hit wife was on Tell the hereTell it

I did not regain consciousness un- day in which' I shall enjoy nature in. en large cotton mills, died here Fr' Miss Anna May Yeiser, of that city to a visit to Newark where they former. story

i ,;U eight minutes after receiving the outdoor life, my paintings my books day. Bomar had saved over $!0,000He ] 'christen the gunboat Paducah when ly lived. simply and directly. Hun-

I knockout blow. and pleasant companionship with wife built the Spartan miHs, amena that vessel is launched at Morris' dreds will see it and read it

children and friends. I begin my hot the largest in the state. Church 'Is 175 Years Old. salable and
Tried to End ,His Career. I Heights N. Y., on Oct 11. If your goods are
idol at last" Middletown, N. Y; Oct. 3. .The
-
Oklahoma City. Olda. Oct. I-General where your wants reasonable your
Paterson N.. J., was the city Ward
distinguished To Dedicate Institute. Judge Weds. 175th anniversary of the Good Will
John O. Casler. who was a communication will receive
last appeared. The performancewas ,
member of the armies of he Cartersville, Ga., Oct 3.-Euhar>a i Esopus N. Y. Oct. 3.-Judge Park. church was celebrated In its present
in June and u. a coincidence, attention.
,
Stonewall Jackson and Lee and who his old institute's buildings will bt dedi'at"ion : er and members of his family today edifice, near Montgomery. It is the i
far from
not quaint "
took place
of the civil war in Sunday, Oct 9th. Tile exercise- attended the marriage of his ward .oldest Presbyterian church In the
wrote a history home-Hohokus-where the l '
: attempted to commit sui summer 301!! will be under the auspices of the Presbytery .Miss'Katheryn I. .wtcn, and Robert state but one west of the Hudson .

Virginia taking morphine. He will re- actor resided. .,.. .-.between . side by .,. :.r. "d.: -- ,..'k. t $+i
1_ ,, ... t'r ,.-, .. 1729.
< Park. ,
r .. \ : .F.. ; '" -e< ""J.... @;t preach the dedicatory sermon.
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The Model Husband' the Grave t* Philanthropist Most Horrible'of'' All Punishments ND V, .Y'A Y>"" :'iT_ 1'i': it;
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The Rev. George W. Brownback, There were mare: tears shed! and Entombed in a grim castle in the 01 LS. 1 1 iJ- I :J : _

pastor of the Pilgrim Congregational J' more genuine.sorO ro/ aariifested OVEr outskirts of Lisbon are some of the B : T.W.MITN&GO S Ii

church, advertised for a wife and the death cf Louis! F"t, Hmannihan, most miserable men on earth. These a ,**$ I1
,,')f 0\- ; iONS.
received 2,000 applicants for his hand. any one *who *has- died' Gv ynt. years- are the inmates of Portugal's prisonof E.upf tt
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He married an attractive Paterson, Fleischmann was a >f.irk.! bake silence. In this building every-
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N. J., girl, and in the first flush of and grew to be a miHGnjU4 At- tbe- thing that human ingenuity can suggest -I Have been suffering froni Impure BlooJ HAIWWARZe

a his honeymoon preached the following tiine when Henry Eruptions Having heard of S. $. S. I dej ; 1
the "Model Husb nd" crusade ; the! deceased horrible torture is ;
sermon on his against poverty : a maddening j tided to try it, and am glad to ay that.it.

which we hope he will live up to and philanthropist inaugurate-1,, done. The corridors, piled tier on I I has done me great deal of good. intend .. 11 11n
t| to continue to use! it; as I believe it to be I 'f'J'I' : :;jif i;.
not allow the flame of his love to wax custom of distributing. .. nightly loave tier five stories high, extend from a the best Blood Medicine:on the market. -STOVES.iI r : .. _.. w .

or wane or grow pale or cold: of fresh bread and .tins'of hot- coffeeto common center, like a huge -wheel. I Cleveland Tenn. W,.K. DETERS. : .tnF. ." F'lELI; l }::'EX'E. : ., 11

The preacher selected his text from ..the indigent poor, ,and from mid- The cells are narrow-iomb like-and 'For over fifteen;;;':I'hare suffered:i HEATEKS, 1>> I.\'r d.f11LS' 11

Colossians, 3:19, "Husbands, love night until day everybody in. his immense within each stands a coffin. The attendants more or less from Impure, Blood.. About a- '. I 11RNitiliJ i
v year ago-.had..a. boil appear on my legbelow OIL STOVES.AC.'ATEIVAKE. 4 '

your wives, and be not bitter against bakery were kept busy handing creep about.in felt slippers. the knee, which was. followed by, ( IIAKVESS' i
three more on neck: I saw S. S. S, ,
them." out bread'and coffee to the passing g No one is allowed to utter a word. The my After : '
advertised and decidedto"try.it.. { CKOCKEKY, I ". '_\ 'A'1h. i
He said in part: throng. The nightly tramp of these silence is that of the'grave. Once a taking three bottles all Boils disappearedand v r t.. ': LJ. j 1a i tw j i
I have-not been troubled anysince.GBO. .
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"The model husband is one who hungry men, women and children, day the cell doors are unlocked'and G. FERTIG. CTTLEKY' PLQWSf, :
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thinks more of his wife than he does began in numbers to resemble an' the half a*thousand. wretches. march 114. W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. SADDLERVJ. ; G171W; ETC.
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Of himself or any one else in the army and, wa3 locally known .as out, clothed in shrouds and with faces Newark Ohio,:May 23. I9Q3. I "'i l

whole world. Fleischman "bread )line.'i As times I covered by masks, for it is a part of with From bad childhood blood, skin I-ihad eruptions been and bothered boils.I A" Full Una of Sasf),! Doof .aod. .BWs$,"All SIZes, j H J',

"The successful business man keeps grew harder the "line", grew bigger this hideous punishment that none had boils ranging from five to twenty la' I
number each season.The ac.i'I {
close watch on contracts to see that but none were ever turned away empty may look on .the countenances of his burning 11
.I companying the eruption was terrible LET US QUOTE PRICES.E'LL. : NOT BE UNDERSOLD. .,
they are fulfilled.. Husbands, how handed.. If goods deeds. done in the' fellow,prisoners. Few of them en- S.,_S. S. seemed to be just the medicine .Ii

long has it been since you looked atyour flesh- are rewarded how bright irilibe dure this torture for more than ten I rities needed and in my bad case.blood It drove out all impu., '"I at
> giving me
marriage contract? this man's crown and how thicklyit years.-Loridon Tid Bits.A I, relief from the skin eruption permanent and 1 T. W. SMITH fi ,CO., Ocala Fla 11 F

boils. This has been ten and I '
"Many a man,without appreciation will be bejeweled with glitteringstars. years ago ,1A.
have had of
the disease.
Real Genius. never a return .. 3
of the beautiful flower he has taken MRS. J. D. ATHERTON. Y /::9".V.. 1 t:
It is enough to make
unto himself, becomes careless and This form of philanthropy has been easy money Write for our '0'H
phosphating and turpentining in Flor- book blood and
I negligent. A model husband is a going on not for a night or a week or on 13!
.. ida. After you once get fairly started skin diseases. I --1.
man of good memory. He remem- a'month'but regularly for more than .
the hard cash in Medical advice I .
bers the introduction that set his i simply pours on you S S S
a decade of years, and though uninvited -, or any special information :
and you find it impossible to dodge it KEWANEE
heart fluttering. He remembers the this "bread line" followed the about::1 ;
or get away from it. But to make ,
walks together before marriage.. I coffin containing the body of their your case will c / :
money in the newspaper business in you nothing.
Therefore he does not half
i get a beloved benefactor from his late
a small town is something else. It The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
square ahead and then ball out: "Su- home to the grave where a flower and '
requires the magic touch and busi L : Pneumatic Tank
can Jane, for Heaven's sake, why a tear were deposited as a token of
ness Yet Florida has
genius. developed
don't you hurry up?" their sorrow and affection. ,
a genius of this description. i'
"My model husband doesn't wait It LUMBER '
was an affecting scene and should ; in the basement
delivers
.rf
Brother Sherwood, of the Live Oak .
: until his wife dies to give flowers. A be a stimulant in the softening of all Democrat, is demonstrating that water through the house and .

single rose, perfumed with love in hearts. SsdJsggaftI
when properly managed a grounds by force of compressed '
is worth than dozen moneycan HOUGH and ;
life. more a Grady and Wolfe.Tlie ''ra air.
It
be coined in the newspapers business DRESSEDDry cannot freeze
wreaths the casket lid. 4
on democratic executive com r flood -'
4 '.sof ; fir or the house, and lasts
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in a small town. He is printinga

When you go home put your arms mittee, which met in Jacksonville sixteen bristling with as long as iron pipe.i It will '
page paper
around your wife and tell her how Saturday Siding, Flooring and .
), October first, placed on fresh advertisements and has CeilingSeymour furnish water to: kitchen,
sweet and beautiful she is. It moneyto I r
may the electoral ticket the name of Hon.J. bathroom
throw to the birds. It is not too B. H. and and laundry,
be stretching the truth, but God will F. Grady, of Franklin county, ,,I t! The Old Attic Tank and will throw
a strew
much to that he is m
say a Napoleonand
forgive you and your wife will be vice Hon.J. C. B. Koonce, of Sumter Ocala, Fla !
a William Randolph Hearst com means sagging beams cracked ceilinzs.fre through a hose to a height of
happy, county, resigned.The .t quent leeks and repairs, and no protection
against fires. 50 feet.Tije .
bination it .
,
"Remember how blind to her faults as were.A .
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committee
by a large vote, I

you were before marriage. If you wired to Hon. W. M. Holloway, of Prohibition Amendment. Do you know of any reason why the man who lives in a small town

j have discovered them since keep or on a farm, should not live as comfortably as the city man?
your Gainesville, nominee for superintendent Rev. W. D. Turnley, of Arcadia, Yet how
I few country homes have modern bathrooms, and how few
eyes tightly closed. of public instruction, requesting has sent. us a petition at the instance city homes are without them.

"A model husband always remem- his withdrawal from the ticket. :\lr. of the temperance meeting recently ger exists.The trouble has been with the water supply, but that trouble no lon t f

bers he is the husband of one wife. Holloway declined to do so, giving as held in' his city, requesting the rep- The Kewanee Pneumatic Tank provides a domestic water works for

i When you think less of your wife his reason that he was nominated by resentatives in both branches of the every home.It will.deliver
and more of another the breakers of hot and cold water from a well or cistern to all parts of
a the democratic electors of Florida in legislature to pass a constitutional the house and grounds. It can be placed in the cellar or buried in the
hell are before you. ,ground and does net freeze, and will last a lifetime.
a primary election and not by the amendment for the purpose of prohibiting :

"De It To Day' I democratic |state executive committee. the manufacture, importation 't ;

The time-worn injunction, "Never He stated also that the com- or sale of alcoholic liquors, and FLORIDA PLUMBING (!KD ELECTRIC COMPANY.: :
put on 'til to-morrow what you can do
is '' mittee had passed upon the matter also a petition asking the legislatureto .
to-day, now 'generally presentedin OCALA FLORIDA.

this form"Do it to-<1ayl"! That is and certified as to the regularity of pass a law requiring patent medicine DAYTOXA, }LA. +, .;,

the terse advice we want to give you his nomination.The manufacturers to print on labels It Will DEAR SIR: Hew The Kt'f
I placed two Kewanee Air- Way.
about that hacking cough or demor committee not having the the per cent of alcohol used in their Pressure Tanks inyears waneepneumatic i

alizing cold with which you have been Ormondd Pressure Tank. :
Florida four
power to take Mr. Holloway's name preparations.t <
struggling for several days, perhaps Pay You they are giving the best of ;
off the ticket :
by an almost unanimous satisfaction. 7
weeks. Take some relibale remedy|If or What They Would st. i
it today and let that remedy be Dr. vote, placed the name of Hon. The one furnished by you 4last j
I A curious mixture of winter is all
early piety supplying
Boschee's German Syrup, which has J. Emmett Wolfe, of Escambia county You have any Real Estateto the water for 30-room 1
a high
been in use for over thirty years. A on the ticket for superintendentof and worldliness came to light in a city IF' sell. class boarding house, and is I!

few doses of it will undoubtedly re- schoolroom one day, says Lippin- OR perfectly satisfactory. .
public instruction. .
J I
leive your cough or cold, and its continued cott's, when the teacher had asked I recently-made plans for a #--- ..
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Democrats Jean now vote You're prominent St. Paul man and i' ,
use for a few days will cure as they in thinking of com fJg
the children to write on their padsof specifiedtwoliewaneeTanks. _
you completely. No matter how please, either for Mr. Wolfe or Mr. II to Florida] for a home, He was greatly prejudiced! -- ;

deep-seated your cough,even if dread Hlloway. paper something about the profession against the system. I had ,: ;;!;

consumption has attaked your lungs, or occupation in which they OR him make a personal investigation '- # 'i
of those at Ormand 3
-- German Syrup willl surely effect a Another Ocala Man in Hard Luck. would like to engage when they became and he back ? :
You desire to inyest in came perfectly
,
any 1
cure as it has done before in thou- R. J. Everett, an aged white man men and women. One little IF kind of Florida property, satisfied and reported to me '
sands of that he would have other .t
apparently hopeless of no
cases R
of Ocala, wa placed under arrest girl wrote briefly, but effectively, "I system of water supply. ;
New trial bottles
lung trouble. 25c !
size For ; last night by policeman Anderson on would desire to be a lady rider at a I TO SEE Yours truly, My M.I, ..M t
75c. sale Anti-
regular at (Sgd) S. H. GONE,
Monopoly Drug Store. m, .a charge of being drunk and asleep. circus if it was the Lord's will." OR WRITE Architect, 4 i

The arrest was made upon a request Another little girl with equally mix .

Important Decision from Captain Cooper at the union ed ideas wrote, "Missioiia'ry, but i if J. Ha LIIINGSTON & SONS O .

:. station. Mr. Everett came to Jacksonville not that, millinery or clerk in candy i j.
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Thursday night from Maconen store." OCALA. FLORIDA. i


Lower Given not Insurance to Drink Persons Alcoholic Rates who to do bi too route late tolmakeconnection to Ocala. His train and arrived he Christian At the Endeavor recent New convention York State held :..................'... t!


Liquors was told he could catch a train next in Buffalo there were registered 3,832 : (011 Goods Delivered free. Write for Price List. 9

morning. He did not leave the station delegates which made the conventionone $5OO-Away 1"

'" By a recent decision! of one of the lar; I but slept on a bench all night. of the largest as well as the mostprogressive or ask an GI I
if
est Insurance Yesterday he missed his Alabastine dealer for
companies of the United train again and enthusiastic ever. fall particulars.and Free sample card of -

States, lower rates are to be given those and it.is stated that he drank three held in this state. The following .. :(
who do not in a\n\1ns\\\\e :
Indulge the of
a persons use
quarts of liquor during the day. He message was received from President ,
Intoxicating liquors. This Is for
J just, : i
statistics from all sources show that the had money, whiskey and a bag of Roosevelt: THB SANITARY WALL COATI' I. as' 1 tI l'

CM of alcoholic drinks always predisposes apples when arrested. His ticket, "I believe in the work of the Never Destroys rubs disease or scales.germs You and can apply vermin.it I V 7PWtt. I

to kidney troubles and which he held, last Christian -mix:with cold water. Beautiful effectson : r ; I
Endeavor
Brlght'iDUease expired night.- union and a on walls and in white and delicate tints. I It

Diabetes and all other fatal kidney Times Union. always glad to send greetings to their hot NOT-water a glue breeding preparation.:, out-of-date Kalso- 9Lt ?l

diseases are far more frequent among conventions, but it is an especial mines bearing fanciful names and 2' j(

r drinkers of beer and alcoholic beverages AdjutantGeneral.Robertson Says Date pleasure to send, through you, to the glue mixed which with hot rots water, nourishing are stuck germs on with of : 11

than among those! who do not IndulgeIn Cannot Be Changed.An endeavorers of my native state, hearty deadly diseases and rubbing and scal J x- 1 J. t of iS 1
tag, spoiling walls.clothing and furni
them. effort to change the date of the good wishes. ture. Buy Alabastine in 5 lb. pkgs., i ft f
In recent address properly labelled of paint, hardwareand
a before the Senate of
state confederate reunion from next Sincerely yours, : drug dealers. Leaflet of tints, S 'EI
the United States, Hon.J. H. Gallinger, THEODORE Hints on Decorating,"and our artists' t
week to the first week in November ROOSEVELT. ideas tree. umSIltt CO.IDS liter St,1 r, G
Senator from New Hampshire, gar' Ur* u Grand Rapids! Ik'-
result of most thorough Investigation is being made. Owing to the meet Mr. Van Duzer, democrat of Minnesoto I. if'
For sale by Mclrer&Mackay, H. B: Masters. :{
made to ascertain the effects of beer drink- ing next week in Ocala of the FloridaS'tlod has just returned from a tourof I .,-i;,

leg upon the health and life of Individ and the impression prevails the west with cheering news. He 121F .. h!
uals. He showed conclusively that almost McIVER and MACKA ]F
that the desired
attention
cannot be believes Montana
ill of 's Disease Nevada and Colorado ,
cases Bright' were..cause4by '
beer drinking and that other fatal kid given both bodies by the citizens of .can be carried by Parker and r :

07 troubles had the lAme origin aa a rule. Ocala.-Jacksonville Metropolis. The that.there is a fighting chance in wi IP l .. :

AJ probably! a large majority of men date for the re-union is Nov. 13. Idaho. These states combined cast

drink beer It becomes.a matter of great i
'
Sparkman to be fourteen electorial votes, while Indiana
in Ocala. .
k to know the best of
concern way overcoming r
Its effects upon the,kidneys. There U Hon.. S. M. Sparkman, democratic casts fifteen. Balancing Mr. FUNERALof ... Corn Old FOrJeg$:UO.IIBar Corn:;;) lOId loloUer Rye $1.50. )fountain t alley '$T

nothing that will so quickly make the kid. candidate for congress from the first Towne's statement against that : g 2'; ky Prid.-; A PP.le a rid Peach Brandies ,

oeys right In these cases.as FOLEY'S KIDDY congressional district of Florida, will Mr. Van Dozer, there appears to bea DIRECTOBS. hen d_Poatofl3ceor. Express 33:0..Bow: en8 4 x Rye f3.20. ,
T \ !
Money Orders. .
CCKX.If taken early It will cure everjform .
address the people of Ocala and net loss of one vote. -J- {
of kidney trouble and even la hop e

lees cases It will give relief. It Is an honest Oct.Marion 22,county at lljo'clock in this a.city Saturday. Short and to the Point. Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets, ; BOWEN & COMPA."Y.t
m.
preparation and. can be relied upon to1o / and Burial Outfits. Special given to
He ,T. J. made
hopes to have a good often Conway a short visit to
.
all that U claimed for It Burial services.
dance as he has a message of impor- the Point Saturday Hollandale(Wis.) J--4 VwA-BAYiBT.
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Ghu: Made Regarding Same. at*Recent RAN INTO BURNING TRESTlE I 1 I NOTICE OF .ELECTION. ':relOny In the Courts of Record and fa "Section 20. The !

ill criminal uses originating in, the Cir
:. Banquet at Manila. Iccident on Augusta Wherea. The Lerf latur. of 1903 un- :ault Courts. The court shall have the pow- ;pass special or local lava In
._ ;following enumerated cues:
Southern On* ter the Constitution of 1BS5'of the State of '
5. Issue of
nila. Oct -The Federal party Man ir to writs ma.ndamucertiorari ;regulating the juriadlc Q
Killed. Florida did resolutions ,
pug seven Joint
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chen a banquet to the delegation Augusta Ga.. Oct. 6.-A I proposing amendments to the Constitution ,Ln4 prohibition also all quo writs warranto necessary, habeas or proper corpus tohe ,j Df my-class crime of officers of for the
passenger (I or misdemeanor;
Seadlng native of the archipelago train on the Augusta I of the State of Florida e.nd the same were | complete exercise of its Jurisdiction. ,enforcement special local
Southern raiI agreed to by a vote of three-fourths of all
]Each of the Justices shall have power to
J the of courts
lating practice'
bare recently returned from_a vi- road ran Into a burning trt1e near the members elected to each house; that ]Issue writs of habeas corpus to any put ,providing changing venue

to lh United States. In their 111tchell, Ga., 59 miles from the vote on said Joint resolutions were entered ,)f the State upon petition by or on behali ;criminal cases toy ; granting
Xugust:. upon their respective Journals, with ,of any person held In actual custody, and
) the today'and ;I ing the nanes persons:
chci members a? toe delega-: one man was kl'led and yeas and nays thereon and they did dei i may make such writs returnable before ,summoning impaneling pf

poke in generous praise of the eight others injured. Unninft and direct that the said Joint resa-j:himself or the Supreme Court or any Justice 'Juries' and providing for
lutlona be. submitted to the electors of the i iBtat I thereof or before any Circuit Judge, -
itaient accorded The CO-fcot tion; for assessment and
them
In the United trestle was entirely de at the general election In November,and when not returned to the Supreme *
taxes for State and county
teL Each touched on the inde stroyed by fire and the tender, com: IS01 i 1 Court an appeal to that court shall ala.purposes: for opening and
Now, therefore, I, H. Clay Crawrord.I .:;' lie.Section. '
ways
partment
deuce
move and Lions for State and
made car county .
an urgent and two coaches also i Secretary of State of the State of Florida.)II U of article F of the Con.stituttoaof
I officers and for designating
for a popular were burned. lo notice that the State of Florida Is amended ,
assembly at once I hereby give a i ij II hereby voting; for the sale of real

sad lull Independence at an early date: The injured were taken to Mitchell j GENERAL, ELECTION j I BO as to read as follows: to minors estates of dece
t "Sec. 1L The Circuit Courts shall han
where will be held in each county in Florida ont persons laboring under legal
Etept Victorino Mapa, associate jus. physicians were waftin !' :exclusive original jurisdiction In all cases ;..,'..,' .'. q. ', ,*,.,_.
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday I C& 6 .4o cw & WW J
In Also in all at law not
| Ice of the supreme court who All of the baggage 1 In said equity. cases or county or municipalities:
spoke express and November A. D. 1904 tha Tuesday'cognizable by inferior courts and In all :
a different tone. mail was saved. i being the !, to informal or invalid deeds or
He aSvlsed his cases involving the legality any tax, assessment ,

ze to have confidence In the people The origin of the fire unknown. 1 t 1 EIGHTH DAT OF NOVEMBER i.I i.. or toll; of the action of ejectment, mixing of children children; relieving; providing minors for
] for of the said anj of aJi actions Involving the titles or
the ratification rejection
or
.t the United States and to prepare Traffic was resumed by transferring I Joint resolutions proposing amendments to boundaries of real estate, and of all criminal -ferries.disabilities" and for the i

f let the time when their hopes would trains to other tracks. I''I the Constitution of the State of Florida. and cases original not jurisdiction cognizable by of action Inferior of courts forcible :. Section 24, article 3, of the -

:bt fulfilled and when be finished he The dead: I tU: I entry, and unlawful detainer and of..of the State of Florida is

JJ-WM V. S. Shurley such other matters as the Legislature so as to read as follows:
warmly cheered. His white 1 may
address baggagemaster I II
ARTICLE XXI. provide. They shall have final appellate "Section 24. The Legislature
-VIM an able and Impressive one and was injured internally and died an I Jurisdiction in all civil and criminal cases flak a uniform system of

fte pare the guests some important hour later. I, I arising in the County Court, or before the ment It shall divide ;
: The That the following amendment to tn. County Judge and of all misdemeanorsand classes of not more than four, '
fct bearing on the subject of inde injure J: Constitution of the State of Florida be.' civil cases tried In the, Courts of Record -,of population; it shall {

: pendence. He spoke as follows: J. H.Vr nny, engineer, Augusta. and the same la, hereby agreed to. and of Judgments or sentences of any mi*, nch class a uniform
C. D. shall be submitted to the electors of theState niclpal court and of all cases arising be-'ernment: It shall provide I
;: "Some seem to think that indepeadcnce Davis conductor Tennille, Ga. at the general election In November, fore Justices of the Peace in counties in''Incorporation of each now

will work miracles and bringi G.' R Harper mail clerk Augusta. N.S. 1304. for ratification or rejection. hich there Is no County Court, or Courtof pallty and for the
Kevins Section 6 of article 8 of the Constitution Record, and supervision and appellate hereafter to be Incorporated i : -
about the millenlum. You make the fireman, Augusta. C. H. of the State of Florida is hereby Jurisdiction of matters arising before County .,Into one of such classes and

i claim end I believe that your claim Marks, passenger, Hillsboro Ga. Will amended so as to read as follows: Judges pertaining to their probate jurisdiction -lating to the creation,

I is Just that with Jones negro passenger' Chalker Ga. Section 6. The Legislature shall provide or to the estates and interest of'er of any municipality or
opportunity and ex A. J. for the election by the Qualified electors of minors, and of such other matters as the nicipalities lees than the J
perience you are capable of better Diemaan Augusta Ga. G. I. each county of the following county officers Legislature may provide. The Circuit shall be vad"

things. The aspirations of Kelly, passenser. Mitchell Ga. : Courts and Judges shall have power to Section 8 8, of-the I
a
peopleor A Clerk of the Circuit Court, a Sheriff I issue writs of mandamus, injunction quo the State Florida I hereby
individual for better things are Constable a County Assessor of Taxes, a'warranto, certlorari prohibition habeas

praiseworthy if they are consistent I HAD NARROW ESCAPE. County Tax Collector a County Treasurer..corpus and all writs proper or necessary'! The votes cast In ,
to the complete exercise of their Jurisdiotlcn. -,proposed and
A Rtr1.t. ._ v'ipt I' Pnhll Tnlltl'nMlnn. Anti &ent.
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feasible and reasonable In .character. I ta
a County Surveyor.
The &uth American republics, where Runaway Ccr Endangered Lives of the The term of office of all county officers'I Section 24 of article 6 of the Constitution sul Ejected to the rtus se I
of the State of Florida is hereby amended
four str lotions as are provided by
? mentioned In this section shall be
each country torn continually in faotional assengers. :so as to read as follows: ''en a elections In'the State of
except that the term of office of I
strife axe fashioned after the New York Oct. C.-A ten-ton roIling the years County Assessor of Taxes. County Tax "See. 24. Upon the application of a ma-1 I n testimony whereof I
furnace filled with hot iron Jority of the registered voters of any set: my hand and affixed
used for
Treasurer I
United States model but Collector and County shall be th
they have county in this State the Legislature shall thi s State of. Florida at
demonstrated that the people have the welding of jolits of trolley tracks for two years, until the general election In establish In such county a court of reo-ca' ]pltal, this the first day of
has been the of November, 1806 at which election they also.ON!, and there shall be one Judge for each'190
cause
tsade a failure In sell-government. Now an exciting mile shall be elected for terms of four years 4.L.
cf the said courts, who shall be a practlo-l ( S.) H. CLAY
the Americans arrival here was, the race contest in a carload of peopleat each and thenceforth all county officers ing attorney at law, and who shall be appointed 1 _8 Crftt
Newark N. J. named in this section shall be elected for by the Governor and confirmed
The car became unmanageable by i
result of an accident, file victory of terms of four jears. Their powers. dutIe.sand the Senate, and who shall hold his 1:o Perry H. Nugent. Sher

Manila bay. They themselves charged at the top of a hill and compensation shall be prescribed by for four ,:years. The annual salary (OfficII I II

rushed down with law. Judge of said coftrts shall be
with the responsibility of rapidly increasing paid quarter-\ADMINISTRATORS
govern headway in the ly by the county where such court Is established -
ment and felt it their duty to take care wake of a trolley car ARTICLE XXII. and shall be as fallows: In coun- ITORS ETC. I

bound tovu\'l the city. t'es or less than fifteen thousand population -, --
of the
country until it should develop That the following amendment to the
The motorman put on full speed, but Constitution of the State of Florida be one thousand dollars in counties of, 13 HEREBY
ability to take of themselves. yqTICK
care from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand'
the mass of Iron and fire gained stead and the same is hereby agreed to and I''' >" itor, legatee distributees
ropulatlon. sixteen hundred dollars In'j!
What the returning commissioners : ; demands ain
say shall be submitted to the electors of the i-vinl claims or a
about ily. When it seemed that a disaster State the general election In counties of from thirty thousand to fortyi| I Wartuinn. dectased
the at 1504. for
kindly feeling throughout
five thousand I
population two thousand ..amewitrun two years to the
America. and the purpose to give them was inevitable the'car crew and ten ratification or rejection. dollars; and In counties of more than fortyt,, Vv will be bsrred. Thi the I
several of Section S of article 12 of the ConstitutionIs fve thousand population twenty-four hundred | I .
passengers whom were women e- 1904
the greatest degree ot liberty is" the hereby amended wo as to read as follows: dollars; and all Criminal Courts of E. L I

: truth today and ever since we put our held a hurried consultation and Section 8. Each county shall be requiredto Record now established In this State Shall! '0 7 St 4 .

decided that the only way to save their assess and oollect annually for the support upon the adoption of this amendment, become ._ ._ __ __ n_ I
foot these Islands It has
on been the
of public free schools therein a tax
and
lives iu be Courts of Record as hereInprovided. CORTELYOU i t
truth--the same old truth. Is it not was jumping. or not less than three (3) mills nor more and all officers of such Criminal: tI I

true that you now elect your municipal Several leaped off but the crew and than seven (7) mills on the dollar of all Courts of Record shall be officers of 'such: I

two women who had fainted remained taxable property in the same. courts, and discharge the duties and receIve: formerly ,Secretary cf the
and provincial officials and that a the emoluments of such until the expiration1cf I

greater number of the employers of the aboard. ARTICLE XXIIL theIr present terra of office." of Commerce.

1 After the race had gone on for a That the following amendment to the!'. Section 25 of 'article 5 of the Constitution Wasaingtcn, Oct.

government are Filipinos? Have you j quarter of a mile with the speed constantly Constitution of the State of Florida be and'of the State of Florida is hereby amended!) Roosevelt today formally

not ihn-o> representatives on the com. the same Is hereby agreed to, and shall be,so as to read as follows: I
increasing the cars collided.! "Section 25. The Court of Record shall First Assistant
tself.? How more ceaturlfc submitted to the electors X the State at:
mission many I
The collision was terrific but althoughthe the general election In November, A. T.:,have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal I Robert J. Wynne a actng
; would you have remained hereunder r 1904. for ratification or rejection. cases, not capital which shall arise In I
would front end of the car was demolished !. said county and of acases at law, iai\ general.In .
Fpam rule before you Section U of article 5 of the Constitution.
hare enjoyed what you have under six J the passengers escaped serious shall be and is hereby amended so as to.:which the demand or value of the property succession. to Mr.
does not exceed thousand
one dollars
injury. read as follows: Bruce
of American ? and, concurrent with the Circuit Cortel'ou
years occupation Court I
Sbctlon IS. The Legislature may organize -(
of
of the
"How often do you think it would b91 In suci counties as It may thlntf proper,,shall have exclusiveJurisdiction of proceedings deparinent I
relating to forcible entry and unlawful labor and now chairman
MYSTERIOUS MURDER. which shall have
Courts Jurisdiction
possible for the federal party to give ia | County detainer of lands and tenements." '
0 of all cases at law In"which the demand [ lican committee, j
Section 26 of article 5 of the Constitution -
,
banquet where the guests eculd talk value of the property Involved
or
Body of Man Found on Top of L. & N ''at the State of Florida Is hereby amended] ter general ,
1 five hundred dollars of .
shall not exceed ;
freely of independence? As much as
so as to read as follows:
Freight Car. paweedings relating to the forcible entryor Mr. Cortelyou's [ [ of
!
"Section 26. There shall be six
terms
we endeavor to do for these people I
Mobile Fla., Oct. 6.-T. Hal Goodloe. unlawful detention of lands and tenements ,'I the Court of Record in each year." head of the postofflce
you can readily understand how anyjstrust and of misdemeanors and final appellate I
age about 25, a pharmacist of Tuscun- I Section 27 of article 5 of the Constltu. determined on several
( of hostility would Interfere Jurisdiction An civil cafes arising In Lion of the State of Florida is herebjl' ,.
bia, Ala., was found murdered on top the courts of the Justices of the Peace. amended I President Roosevelt, 'L'I
so as to read as follows: {
with the work have start
just
good we
The trial of such appeals maybe de novo
of a freight car of the Louisville and "Section 27. There shall be for eacb! indicated to the
ed. It seems to me that not academic at the option of the appellant The County Court of Record a Prosecuting Attorney,:
Nashville railroad in the Clioctaw to retire from the
be the Judge of the County
lc but real practical questIons confront Judge shall to be named the County Solicitor, who')
yards this city at 4 o'clock today. Court, and shall be an attorney at law. shall be appointed by the Governor and count of the precarious

us. The wild man who 'goes naked When discovered the man had apparently : These shall be elected tar the ao&Ufied[Confirmed by the S.jate, and who shall health. Mr. Payne j I t i I Ii at
said at the time when
electors or county
is Independent but I do not believe bold office for four years. His compensa
been dead for several hours. the said Judge Is elected a Prosecuting Attorney Lion shall be fixed by law." signed the portfolio long {!
that he is a model for us. I for said county, who shall hold offlci been for the '' -
Railroad people say the car upon Section & of article 6 of the Constitution pending 'I
for four years. His duties and compensation of the State of Florida Is hereby i of
the affairs of the
which the body was found came to the law. Such of
be by
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. shall prescribed ,,amended so as to read as follows: I I I
city from the north yesterday and was ': courts may be abolished at the pleasure oi "Section 23. AU offenses triable in thai I felt, however, and said :I! -

Sheriff Melendez, of Mora county, sent to the yards last night. The pock ,, the Legislature. Courts of Record shall be prosecuted upOn his friends that he could :1 I
Provided that all County Judges .holding
Information under oath and be
filed
may
New Mexico has been shot and killed ets of the man were turned, showingthe said office at the ratification of this amendment &t any time, whether the court Is In se*. the duties of the office i l

u the result it is said of a political murder to have been committedfor I shall continue In the exercise of the'slon or not. by the County Solicitor but vestigation was pending

quarrel. Sheriff Melendez was one of There is clew. duties thereof according to their respective i, the grand Jury of the Circuit Court for his determination
robbery. no
1 commissions and until their successors are the county In which said Court of RecordIs t
the leaders of a dominant faction in Thete were letters by which he was i: : duly qualified and provided further, tht :; ( held may Indict for offenses triable In gallon to a conclusion. i hU

Mora county politics and was widely identified, recommending him from doctors i: when any County Court shall hereafter t<'the Court of Record. Upon the finding of i, The intense mental o.,
j I established In any county In this State the!inch Indictment, the Circuit Judge
known. and druggists of Tuscumbia and'I j County Judge of said county shall hold his I Mjmmlt or ball the accused for IhaUl strain incident to the Ot

Dispatches from the L'Hassa expe- in the lot was a ten-page letter fron'' : office and perform the duties of Judge oiI I the Court of Record. and the County postal inquiry very
I Court until his term of office I of said court shall Immediately file
Amben signed the County licitor mined his He -
iltion say the Chinese I a young lady at Eppes Ala., fiTe sweet ; shall expir therein an Information based upon such\ streng.

the Anglo-Thibetan treaty without heart of the dead man. i i again and agi 'hs
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permission friends that was
having received the necessary ARTICLE XXIV. Indictment upon which Information th.:

from the Chinese government. I MISTOOK WIFE FOR BURGLAR. 'I That the following amendment to the, accused shall be tried. I! to too great a burden, .

these dispatches say, I Constitution of the State of Florida be. and i Section 29 of article 5 of the Constitution to heed their counsel. A.
The expedition
the same is hereby agreed to and snail)I of the State of Florida Is hereby amended : th
Is undergoing great hardships in its Unfortunate Affair Occurs Near Mo, be submitted to the electors of the State, so as to read as follows: (

march toward India.A bile, Ala. I at the general. election In 1904 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County J as
that or'rejectlon: Court In any county where a Court of Record -
St. Petersburg dispatch says Mobilefi Ala., Oct. 6.-At 2 o'clocl: That section 1' of Article 9 of the Constitution Is established." -

the authorities of the police depart this morning Benjamin B. Baron, for, I of the State of Florida is hereby'I Section 30 of article E of the Constitutionof 1 !

denial of the story amended so as to read as follows: the State of Florida Is hereby'amended
ment make absolute merly of New York city, now residing I, I shall I Ilso follows
Sec. 10. The credit of the State as to read as : ''
i. published in Vienna on the authority In Oakdale a suburb of Mobile, mis,, I'j not be pledged or loaned to any Individual,. "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of
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of Polish newspapers that an attemptwas took his wife for a burglar and shol!11 t company, corporation or association; no. Record shall be elected by the electors of the
blow the train on I shall the State become a joint owner o! the county In which the court Is estab-i JLL the
made to up her through the left lung with a 41]I 1 I I tockholder In any company association 01 ilished. and shall hold office'for: four years.! .

which Emperor Nicholas was traveling ".ol1Kcr. Prill's__ nistol.__ i r.irnnrnHnn. ThA eislatura- shall not au'i."nA.. .Me_ "mnAn""tlnn ww_._______ _chflll_ hA-- -fled-- bV
.1 during his recent visit to Southern .w couple n r were nu asleep when they I thorlze any c unti."C tY, borough, townshipor I.law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the PPJVAI i' : .
The Incorporated district to become a stockholder ,executive officer of said court: his duties \ .
Russia. were aroused by a noise. Baron told I In any company association or cur-i and fees shall be fixed by law." i ( 1 1I i is

Major General Wade the retiring his wife to get a match in the dining poratlon or to obtain or appropriate money); Section 31 of article 5 of the Constitution] I, ,-
divisions for or to loan Its credit to any corporation of the State of Florida Is herebyamended, .
commander of the Philippine room, but instead she went into th<; association. Institution or Individual except!so as to read as follows I j j.-4; IJ .

calls for homo on the transport Thomas parlor adjoining for the match.In that the Legislature may authorize municIpal "Section 31. All rules of practice governing -' ,. ."

Oct. 15, says a Manila dispatch. Pend the darkness Baron could not see corporations such to relieve from of municipal as-, the Circuit Court shall be applicable to, I,L(i t t --
taxation for period years
C'
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the Courts of Record. and all laws relative,
COP k'
ing the arrival of Major General that she had gone in that direction and to the municipal authorities may seem|to Criminal Courts of Record shall apply; .,;n: r': iJ I
succeeds to the command of proper' any manufacturing: enterprise that: j .' \; \ J "
bin, who tearing a noise, fired with the above to Courts of Record. Changes of venue ,..1. i
locate within the said municipality.| .
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Major General Leonard may 'maybe had from a Court of Record to another : ., .
the divisions, result. bet no si ch exemption shall be for at &
to the Circuit
Court of Record or 1,
Wood will act as commanding general Baron is head clerk in a big clothing longer period than fifteen ) .. ,j ji I Court of another county for the same' _

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house in this city, and the family is ,causes and under the laws providing for, pClias.
only ARTICLE XXV. the venue from the Circuit Court: (
l Mrs. Annie Hall Greenwald, the j changing ..
by prominentThe That the following amendment to the of one county to the Circuit Court of another -,
f froman forecast official employed woman is not dead, but slight Constitution of the State of Florida be county. The Governor may, in his

i I the United States government, is dead hopes of recovery are entertained. and Is hereby agreed to and shall be sub-'discretion order the Circuit Judge having'

I at her home near Hanoyer, Pa., aged mUted to the electors of the State at'Jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any i .i*&
the fltneral election In November, 1901 for county to bold a special term of a Court''
67 years. For 17 years Mrs. Green REVOLT IN SANTO DOMINGO. ratification or rejection: |of Record of such county, for'the purpose i I

wald has kept on her husband's farm Section 6 of article 16 shall oe amended'\of trying cases la which the Judge of the I .

record of weather so as to read as follows: Court of Record shall be disqualified.
ft complete statlqn General Arlo and Party Take Up Arms Sec. 6. The Legislature shall provide for Parties to any cause at law In a court of E. Blum & Co., .
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conditions and was regarded by the Government. theE publication and distribution of Record shall have the same right to trial

of York"county as an author Against all laws It may enact. All cislons uf by Judges ad litem. or by ref ereeg as may] Bay St. ,
farmers olat Cape Haytien, Hayti, Oct. 6.Spe the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial -'exist under this Constitution. or the laws
Mrs. Greenwald was president I decisions shall be free for publicationby Circuit Courts or
ity. advices received here by the cof- ,In references to cases In
the National Science Club of Washington cial any person. But no Judgment of the may. If the Judge of the Court of Recordbe .

,. p&tor of The Earth and Air respondent of the Associated Press Supreme Court hall take effect until tha disqualified _transfer the cause to the]

and from Onte Cristi republic of Santo opinion of the court W such case shall* ba Circuit Court of the county la which such

t-: a sclent/He Journal. Domingo. announce that General Can- filed with the Clerk of said court. {,Court of Record may be." I

A 1A Francisco dispatch says that Section 22.of article 5 of the Constitution I -.r% : ,
,. arno' the passengers arriving on theM delafo les Ario. with 50 men, revolted ARTICLE XXVL |of the State of Florida Is hereby amended I

t fplia from the Orient was Major against the government Sept 26 In fa- Section 1 of article S ot the Constitution ao"Section as to read 82. as Courts follows or: ,Record shall b'abolished a.
Isldor E. Jimlnez and started of the State of Florida hereby amended I
of the
United Tor a ;.
J E1 Seaman, surgeon in the 10 as to read as follows: by the Legislature only registered upon t2N.'I. will
lies engineer branch of the army for the interior. Section L The Judicial power of the petition of a majority the C yn.r &
LiUtablashed.u
v methods The Dominican gunboat President, State hall be vested In a Supreme Court,'voters of the county where such court ceTbeyt, the
?ho has been studying Japanese '.4 'all .
County r .
Courts of Reoord.
board has sailed CircuitCourts
troops on
in the campaign of that with 160 : I: i
| of surgery Courts County Judges and Justices of tha -
the coast of XXVIL
for Barahona, on south ARTICLm
i i army against the Russians. In his ?.. amendments to section I
Section 6 of article 5 of the Constitution That the following
r is far ahead of all other Santo Domingo. > article 8,
toP1nlon Japan 34.
cf the State of Florida Is hereby amended 20, article 8. and section Ii I
.g nations of the world InvtbebrganlzatiorTof ; \ Ramon C ceres, vice president of so as to read as follows: I I and the repeal of section t of article 8, be of
I has resigned. Court shall have the Constitution of the State of Florida ttew
of the Santo Domingo, "Sea 5. The Supreme ,
branch
her sanitary army shall be
be appellate Jurisdiction In all ease at law:.and are hereby agreed to. and { t :
should
fi 8Jl "has been the first to anticipate Isidore JimInez not con and In equity originating Circuit Courts!'!'snbnlttad to .the electors of the State at ,

I and;take measures against .the fact founded with General, ',Juan ,Jiminez' ., and of appeal from the:Circuit:Courts Incases tha ffaaanl election to t* bald la.Novem- ", : -4"Mt.
before Judges In mat berA.D. ISM. to wtu, H-
Santo Domin.go. arising County I : y, -
of'deaths-In therformeripresidentof
;: that the greater number : : ten pertaining to their probaU Jurisdl{ Section SO, article 8. of tha> Constitution ., ." o- !111
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:: wae r-t... 11l0ttY bullet ; but'bi ; who was recently In New York tIon. and in the management of the estates of the Btata of Florid Is hereby amended ; ,4" .,.

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committee in its efforts to
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eliminate Mr. Holloway from the .....
state ticket we believe will be gener- .....
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approved b}" the good people of the I -- .
state and b}? some of the politicians.For _.
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montHs past ttco-thirds of the
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have demanded Mr. Holloway's withdrawal :>- .
and the sentiments of the -

people voiced through and by its B>-- a e.}
newspapers was carried into effect ,

by more than a ttiro. -thinls vote of I !
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the state democratic executive committee -
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and this will be about the way *

the democratic vote will be recordedat .
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the polls. There is a question of ---

course whether or not the committee f -' ., ,.
had the legal right, to eliminate -.-- .......sJ a
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Mr. Holloway's name from the ticketor .r 'r- .r""i. -;
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substitute another or whether it -- : '.'. - <
had the right to do exactly what it

did do. But, the majority of the voters -
of the state believe that it is in .
n'stedth the inherent right to do SOME HA VE ARRIVEDI' "

the right and in doing the thing it .
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did it has established a precedent
along moral lines that will make the
name of democracy in Florida standas ;
OTHERS ARE COMING
the synonym for purity. ., .
The action of the committee says '
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to the world that the democratic ,
nominees of Florida must be men of I .. . ......
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approved moral character and standIng -
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and above the whisper of suspicion ;
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what The i way question Better are Chamberlain's has than been Pills.asked-in Stomach zj Our new goods are are arriving by every train and .


. and Liver Tablets superior to the or- >

I dinary answers cathartic is-they and are liver easier pills and more Our I must be opened and gotten ready for the inspection

pleasant to take and their effect is so I ......
gentle and agreeable that one hardly j jj I

realizes medicine.that Then it they is produced not only move by a j I I of our customers Such a stock of Fancy Groceries

the bowels but Improve the appetite j i i1
and aid the digestion. For sale at 25 I
cents per bottle by all druggists. m
Mr. Raiford Wilson Walker, of this I|E as we are now receiving was never before seen in

city, ,and Miss Lavalette Martin, of I -4

home Ocala,of Florida the bride's, were sister married, in Barnes-at the ,f; Ocala. Everything new in the line of Groceries

ville, yesterday. The happy pair arrived -


make receiving in their this the home city congratulations, ,Thursday where they, and of will are a I I 5 will be found here within ten days., Of course '


host of friends. The groom is a son '

of of Mr.this and city,Mrs.and George is assistant W. Walker agent, I ', "QUALITY At WAYS OVERt THE PRICE." ',' ;1

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and day operator for the SouthI, .
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ern railway here. He has the busiI I t "
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ness qualifications and has risen : .... .---- -.- L '1'0. 'I
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rapidly in the line of business be I ...
selected. He has hundreds of firm
friends here, where he "was reared, J
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and richly deserves the good opinionand GOODS. ;
respect he has won. The bride
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is a daughter of Mrs. Annie S. -41 '
,. Martin, who has been stopping for Tender small tender '
E asparagus tips, peas small lima beans
part of the summer in this city. She evergreen
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; is an attractive young lady and has --- "

= many friends here;' and in Florida, = corn, dry golden pumpkin 3/Jb cans dry marrow squash 3/lb cans, :
where the family has a winter home,
r and in Virginia, where she spends shredded 2 1b
her summers.-Gainesville (Ga.) cor. greengage plums pineapple cans sliced lemon cling 3E

t Atlanta Journal._u __ __ peaches fine Bartlett fine table '
:_E Presidential Election Will Make N.o : pears, apricots Royal Anne white
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Change. _
} No matter which candidate is elected cherries, fine hand packed tomatoes Boston baked beans, :::
Foley's Honey and Tar will remain I ___
i. the people's favorite remedy j.
for coughs, colds and incipient con- It is Not What You ;
F eumption. It cures colds quickly and PaY'f 3 ..
prevents pneumonia, A. Xusbaum, '
Batesville. Ind., writes: '*! sufferedfor I.-...-.. --
three months with a severe cold. : --
A druggist prepared me some medicine E I.is What I You G et. ?:
t and a physician prescribed for
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me, yet I did not improve. I then .

eight tried Drug Foley's doses r cured Honey me.and" Postoffice Tar m and These goods fill the bill They are as near the fresh article as it is ::

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meeting The reading Tuesday club held afternoon their weekly with : possible to make them and the prices are within the reach of all' .

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: most Misses every Sara member and Violet was Harris.present and Al- s: There are lots of other brands at the same price and even less, but == 1

; it was voted to take up the.Bay View .
literary course, of Detroit, (Mich. compare the quality; we ask comparison that's all. {
the! coming winter. The literature of v I

It Germany will be studied by the club .- ," ...... i
for another year. Mrs. G. S. Scott t Yours for More ;
read a splendid article on the Business } :: ..
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4 "Woman Question in Germany," ....... "
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which was very much enjoyed. Next ....... ---1t- .
week Mrs. Scott will be the hostess
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Ocala Pressing Club, requests us to --,. Li-; ;
state that he is now in a position to --- THE TrPQT GROCERY : "FINIIIIIIIIUINUIIIIINIIIIIIIINIIIIIl1111111U11111111111N111 ,l
press and clean suits and other articles
for all white patrons.

Mr. J. M. Mock, of Electra, and _
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Mr. Elbert Mills, of Standard, were C Ie. e : -4- t f I. ..... r
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pleasant callers at.our office Tuesday!


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