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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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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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I i The paper "Uf the People, tor the People and bv the People."
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VOL. XXXIX, NO 14. -
OCALA FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER SI, 1901 DOLLAR A YEAR


-hlhl' "lIiI1111111iIlillliiillilN11111111111iiIIIiIiIIiIiIIifII' " " " ," ," Hliii" K. Of P. AGAPE. tIe lamb" in a most pleasing-and-inimitable UNCLE DICK MILLER ROBBED.Old I -- .-.- "'.

= --. manner.

,, = -- A Brilliant Gathering On behalf of the master
-. Eloquence, of cere-
Veteran of Three Wars Loses the People !

Pearl Tooth Wash. 1 Edibles and Elegance.Yonge's monies Mr. Warren thanked those Accumulations of a Life Time. \i ,
I f fI
hall witnessed a brilliant present for their attendance and bade Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.

Cleanses the Teeth, 3 gathering Wednesday night. them good night while they were yet R. W. Miller, of Martel, an aged i ii

E enjoying the mirth produced by his Like to do business
The hall
-? was beautifully decorated : man of four score years, lost his i
=: well told stories. i I
with ferns, pot plants and flowers and dwelling by fire about one ,
Purifies year ago
:; the Breath
This where
banquet was a most enjoyableaffair they
r- at intervals the American flag waved in which he had about $2OOO in gold are
and will be pleasantly remem- i
its benediction over the scene. about $1,700 of which remained intact,
Hardens the Gums. bered by the many persons who were I wanted.Giveusyouraccount.
The tables were formed in the the balance being melted. He had a Iz I
present to enjoy the. cordial .hospi- j
shape of the letters K and P and friend to melt the melted gold into a
tality of the Ocala Lodge Knights of I
r III covers were laid for one hundred and bar. lIe also had a sum of Spanishcoin.

Pythias. _____ __ __ x
1 fifty. u lIe added
to the
$1,700 300 in 1

I FOR SALE ONLY BY I The mandolin club furnished appropriate R''rersSims.. gold since his house was burned making I and see how you are

Mr. Charles Patterson and I .
Rogers
1I music and songs and recit in American coin about 2000..

als from the Miss Effie Frances Sims were very I treated.
n graphophone were alsoa He also had a sum of Spanish gold

part of the quietly married at the residenceof I
evening's entertainment.Mr. supposed to be worthless.Mr. ?

Baxter Cam, Justice Wald and the bride's sister, Mrs J. B. Miller built a box dwelling in I

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE Mr. Barker, of Anthony, receivedthe Staten in this city Monday which he placed his gold in a trunk MONROE & CHAMBLISS,
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guests as they entered the hall night. The ceremony was performedby secured by two locks. lIe also kept Bankers.

E Pitcription receive careful attention. Rev. L. B. Warren at ten o'clock.
and they were ushered to seats by the room in which the trunk was
E Owing to the recent death of the : OCALA, FLORIDA.
Mr. Paul
Durand.Mr. .
iJ 1 1lIIIIIIIIilllillllllllllllllllllt\ \ .lllllllllllllllllilllllllllll111lIIC bride's brother the wedding was placed securely locked and kept the I. -
Carter very
Dame was master of the keys in his pocket. He had a grandson --- ---. .-
., -. 'I, cuisine and he quiet only the family being present.
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saw that nothing was living with him who was going to At the Carnival Raffle
h. 1 IL_ The bride handsome
wore a traveling
!I omitted nor no one overlooked.Mr. school. On the morning of Oct. 10, To the ti&lo*.f the OcU ***....

Chambliss was detained at dress. The wedding was to have occurred when he awoke he discovered
David Woodrow light Allow me space in your eok max to
a few day's later but the
home on account of sickness and in through a crack, which attracted his call
attention of all
visitors from
his absence Mr. Geo. W. Martin young people changed their plans attention and upon investigation be

and when the wedding was learnedof Ocala and Marion county to(to Jacksonville <
PHOSPHATE LANDS. acted as master of ceremonies and found the lower end of a plank had
on Tuesday it was a matter of carnival to a handsome ilk
performed these functions most ad- been prized from the sill of the house,
great surprise to their friends. quilt which a Jacksonville memberOf
mirably. the locks prized from the trunk and
The bride has been a frequent,i- Dickinon Chapter. D. ('., hat
Promptly at 9 o'clock the gon'gsounded the $2,000 of American missing
gold was
lands wish to sell
have
If phosphate or
you any you tor to Ocala and when a child she placed on sale or raffle in a windowof
: communicate with him. and after an impromptu, the Spanish coin and bar of gold
Jt royalty
on
ise lived here with her parents, but for Mr. Petting' furniture More on
I warm, cordial greeting from the master being left in the trunk. It is evident
the past few years has lived at Valdosta -- Bay street, where the carnival wedding
I of ceremonies the guests sat downto that the robbery was perpetrated by
f,< Ga. She has a large numberof will take place and where the
.t the following menu: some person familiar with the kind of
Valdosta and bridal furniture U to be cxbibuni
friends in Ocala, who
Ofcc la Dr.Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla.
next
he had and where it
Oysters Celery Olives money was kept.
will wish for her a very happy mar- The proceed of the ale of tfe* quilt
1
Chicken Salad Beaten Biscuit There is no clue as to who committedthe
ried life. are to'be given to the confederate
Bon Bons
Salted AlmondsIce
robbery. Mr. Miller has the sym
,-- --- Cream Cake Mr. Rogers is a prominent young monument fund in Ocala Rv.ry visitor
pathy of his neighbors.
U1A E.I"A:TB EABBIS. Laval Editor Mrs. Isaac Levy, of. Gainesville, is Cafe Noir hemp dealer and resides in LexingtonKy. .-- from this city and county should
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r.--' spending a few days with'her brother Crackers Edam Cheese Mr. and Mrs. Rogers left on the I Tableaux Vivan;. show their Interest by J'ltu'cha-inlt a

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN I Mr. Max Newberger at Mrs. J. Starr Punch. early morning train for St. Louis to As has already been announced in ticket to augment the fund. Tk'kHi

Sternberger's. During the banquet lIon. Carlos L. spend a few days, after which theywill this "Dream on sale by )Ir. :.ettiur. That the
I paper Tennyson's of
Sistrunk his
spoke, subject being,
Mr. \V. B. Fuller continues to be I MisS' Edith Piatt returned home "Fraternalism from the Standpointof be at home at Cheapside! Lexington. Fair Women" will be given at the i generous lady from 0ata or someone

from Ocala will be the fortunate winner -
quite ill. Tuesday afternoon from a two the Uniniated." His residence of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Ford
t speech was of the handsome I the
month's visit to Tennessee, Kentuc- I Mrs. Frank Lytlo Dead. Friday night. Tickets, 25 cents. quilt wish
)Ir. .\. C. Finzel, of Weirsdale, short pithy and replete with anec- of, Your respectfully
ky and the World's Fair at St. Louis. It is with much sadness that we The proceeds will go to the Episcopal
dotes all of
Wednesday which and
pent a few hour in Ocala were amusing HANNAH JANR.
f chronicle the death of Mrs.Frank H. church fund. There will also) be
Col.'V. J. Shipman, proprietor of I kept the guests full of laughter. He
closed his remarks with Lytle of Stanton on Lake Weirwhich music and refreshments. Broke Into His' H.....
and Palrarr Montezuma hotel, has returned an imagi-
Palmer Harry
Mr. Julia
occurred at her home Monday nightat Tennyson's characters will be
nary dream, which was represented S. LeQuinn.tof ('nendl.h't".
particularly I wu
4. have returned home from a visit to home from a few days recreation
nine o'clock. :Mrs. Lytle has beenill by the ladies
Seabreeze. appropriate and well understood, if I following : robbed of his customary health by

Dunedln.Mr.: spent at .. for some time and her death was Elizabeth . . Mary Little invasion of chronic constipation
not the I
--- by uniniatedcertainly by the I
1-:. M. l wa-d; has ben at Au- Miss Mattie Williams has gone to iniated. not entirely unexpected.Mrs. Helen ot Troy. .a'irs. C. Camp When Dr. King' view Life Mils broke

Queen of Rhodes. Gertrude Pereda into his house, his trouble was arrested -
thin week looking well known here
burndale during Lytle was
several at
St. Louis to spend weeks '
The master of ceremonies next Cleopatra....... Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and now he's entirely cured

after hit orange grove. I I the exposition. She joined a party of called on Hon. Tullius E. Biggs, who and all over Marion county. She Jeptha's Daughter Violet Harris They're guaranteed to cure, 25c. at -
----
Mr. William Hooker returned home : friends and relatives along the' route responded to the toast, "Fraternal- was an estimable lady of Christian I Rosamond. ... .., Eulalee Izlar Tydinga& (0'*. ra

I and will them to the,fair. character and her friends will long Pharaoh's Daughter. Johnnie Liddon -----
accompany ism. Mr. defined fraternal-
Wednesday afternoon from a professional Biggs her death. Joan of Arc. . . Sue Anderson The following Items oonc.enllnltO

vUlt to Inverness. Among the visitors to Ocala on ism and especially as it relates to mourn Queen Eleanor. Valeta Potter ; la people are clipped from the

--- - -_. Tuesday were the following: H. W. Pythianism. He caused ripples of W. H. Lapscombe, of.Ocala, repre- Queen Esther. . .. Sue Barco Tampa herald:

)Ir. C. E. Herrick, of the Crystal Long, of Martel; Robert Sanders, of laughter and at the conclusion of his senting the Singer Manufacturing Reader. ,.....Judge D. S. William W. D. Graham, t f Ocala, Is combining -

Klver Cedar Mills, spent Wednesday Dunnellon: Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin, remarks was warmly applauded. Company, has rented the store recently Death--of Mr.- business, pleasure and polities In
1 J.
in Ocala. J. Burkhim Jones. the city.L. .
t of Oxford and J. M. Parker Willis- "Sororalism, was the "feast" of vacated by L. ,

the occasion and under the witty north side of square, and will remove received P. Cox has returned from a visit
ton.
Mrs HolUclaw, of Candler, spent a t Ocala and where
--- ) Leesburg, he
manipulation of Rev. L. B. Warren the offices of the company from Ocalato
few hour in Ocala Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul, C. Davis, who death of Mr. Thomas J. Jones, who w nt in the interest of his flint
created generous and widespreadmirth this city in a few days. Gaines-
her brother, Mr. Fred Gaskill. have been visiting relatives in North in the palmy phosphate days was a Mrs. J. P. Campbell registered at
from the moment he ville will gladly welcome this new
Dakota and other western states for arose
resident of Ocala, a phosphate the Det>oto from Ocala) spending a
operator
Ma]. T. C. Hall and Mr. L. James the past two and a half months, arrived until he had finished. He told the enterprise and its mrnager.-Gaines- and while here formed few days In the city with her hus
many
Knight went down south Wednesday home Wednesday afternoon. story of "Brother Jasper and his lit- ville Sun. I band.Miss3larguerite.
acquaintances and made many
afternoon to look after their turpentine I ,or urooKr
Their trip was a very delightful one. friends. Since leaving Ocala Mr. stringer

interests. ville who has been the
V Miss Georgia Mixson is spending a Jones had visited many countries and upending

Mr*. Douglass, of Douglassville S. few days with friends in Ocala. Miss for several years past had been living past eight months in New Jersey,

C., formerly Miss Maud Ives, of this Mixson, who is an efficient stenogra- fHIRD PUBLIC. SALEOF in South America. He contracted Pennsylvania, New York, Virginiaand
North Carolina
city, I.i here for a short visit to her pher, will be associated with the new malaria in that country, from which passed through
Ocala afternoon hr
Tuesday on
friend, Miss Meta Jewett. office of the Singer Manufacturing disease he died soon 'after reaching way
to her home at Brooksville. Miss
-- Company here.-Gainesville Sun. London a short while ago. His friends

, Lo Tuesday, pointer pup about here, who remember him Stringer has many friend in Ocala
weeks old, black and white Capt. John L. Carney, of Lake so pleasantly
eight having been a visitor hea numberof
tpotted. Suitable reward for returnto Weir and his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Short and will regret to learn of his death.

orn Hereford times. ____________
:;. .\. Shealy, Ocala Fla. 10 7 Hill, formerly of this city are now He was a genial, and a most com-
panionable gentleman.Keep Mr*. Jake Brown awl urea have
short visit living at their old home in Clarks-
alter
Mix Villa Bailey,
returned home from Nebraska, where

In Ocala as the guest of Mrs. Harry. I}Tine, Tenn. We regret to lose them : BREEDING CATTLEAT the Streets Tidy I they have pent tbe summer and fall

Cline, returned her home at Au- from Marion county. Ocala Fla., Oct 18, 1901. Mr. Brown, who went to New York

burndale Tuesday. I Mrs. O. W. Reagan, .her daughter, PALMETTO PARK FARM, OCALA, Editor Banner: I would like for some about a month ago to buy goods for '

adski has Mrs. Tom Johnson and her infant merchant of Ocala to tell me why the T-Pot Grocery, joined hk family
lion. W. K. who they sweep all the paper, trash and lit*
son, who have been spending some in Nebraska and together t shay tookin
been very ill for about six weeks is Tuesday November 1st 1904.Don't ter from their store out the front door

now able to sit up for awhile greatlyto time at Seabreeze returned home ) I to blow about the etreet and give the the great World's fair at fit Louis

his friends. Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Reagan i i town a very unkempt appearance, whenit and returned home Monday.
the delight of
went Over to the beach several daysago I Forget the Hour. would be just as easy to sweep it
Ocala of Dr. E. out of the back door, where it couldbe John W. Ettel & Bon, owners of
The next visit to and came home with his family. \ine O'clock A. M. .

T. Allen, the dye and ear specialist Be on Time . put in a box and removed, and not the Brown Galnwvflte, have

will be Thursday, Oct 20, at the Montezuma Saturday a large number'of Florida allowed to blow around over the town. purchased from John 8. Bw ft the

Hotel. people visited the Times-Union boothat THE FIRST SOLD ARE ALWAYS, ABOUT THE BEST it If would they would make do in this the appearance what a difference of the Hamilton douse at WhIM Spring.

Rifles Minstrels will take the World's fair at St. Louis and Mr. Etttl, sr., wifl ftNMp the

place Ocala at the Opera House on Friday* all were delighted with what they : AND ALWAYS SELL THE CHEAPEST. place.The people of the town should .take Hamilton while hit ea, Joseph A.

November the eleventh. It saw there.lr.. and Mrs. H. C. more pride in the place. Nothing will Ettel will have trice ell tfct Brown '
evening,
!. going to be a great big show. Groves and Mrs. T. E. Biggs, of this : GUARANTY: As ery nsaal animal' ev-is T E It l III W .* Half ante cash at end;bal-of so quickly impress outsiders as a treat House. ____________
clean town. And that is what wantto
city:, were among those registering on guaranteed against death by guaranty with interest at 8 we Mr. Frank I). Melie4eeb, .! Colon
months from do-impress about 5000 more people
with weak digestiontry disease for six
If troubled a that day. per cent per annum. bia, S. C., who bat been ta the rite
Chamberlain's Stomach and I date of sale. with the fact that this is a good ;dace

do to make their home. for the put few days on a vtH to her
will .you
Uver Tablets. They Edd London, colored, was tried be- .
sale all druggists m I If there Is anyone in Ocala who has brother, Mr. Ed L Me&tfe, left
good. For by fore Justice Waid Wednesday, con
and will be Z G: CHAMBLISS & CO 5 not pride enough in the town to help Wednesday for a trip to Tamp and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar :M. Eaton and victed as a vagrant re- keep it clean and push It along, then other South Florida points He U

t returned home from Hot quired to give thirty days of his val the city council and police should
have ,
ton Ocala Florida. much in love with Florida and
and St. Louis, where theyhave uable'time to the county as a builderof ,. make,him do it, R. B. CampbellroLmlloNETwTAR very
Spring decide to locate u*
may among per
been spending the past few hard roads. He was arrested by
manentljr.tt .
deputy W. E. Hutson. J
week twdlJ .+t.,'-...... la a.4.'w

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Tta.-l"aio i been lacking in proper appreciation men, one of whom makes no defenceto Notice to Exhibitors ...... .... ... .... ... ". V .,

RO.iiDfl ELECTORSFOR 1 of the effect which the facts produced clear his character of a serious 1 At a meeting of the South Florida c.

in the minds of certain people.All .
DAVIS charge, nay, who has been proven Fair at Tampa, Fla., Oct. IS, 1904,the
PARKEFL0ND of you know what the law of BARGAINS!
libel is; a .newspaper is responsible guilty and the other a gentleman of following named changes and modifications BARGAINS

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I for everything that appears in its col high and umblemished character, a I were made to the rules and

r r Voters Should Memorize the Names so umns. It doesn't make any difference democrat of unfaltering loyalty anda regulations heretofore adopted as t6 BARGAINS !
who writes it whether it is the boy '
whose head
the
lOloil as to Avoid Mistakes in Voting. man ability commends him premiums and published at
around the office whom they call the I
t3 the support of all votes regardless of the agricultural and live stock
Florida democrats should impress 'devil.' the editor in chief, the proprietor
of party ties.-Punta Gorda Herald. list.Exhibitors.
upon their memory the names of the or whether a scrap of paper premium Our store is too crowded and to make room we offr If'IiIU'

I picked up in the street is accidentally i of live stock not having bargains in
electors
democratic presidential so as TOM WATSON.A .
printed in the columns of the paper.If : competion will be awarded premiums S
avoid in There will
to errors voting
it is untrue and defamatory in r if found worthy. Agricultural, Hats
Shoes
be four yeti of presidential electors character the publishers of the paperare very large part of the democratic !I vegetable Dry Goods Clothing, ,
Y i press seem to think that Tom Watsonin I citrus and other fruits, cereals, ,
in all
on the ticket-twenty names liable. his is I
campaign the
I assisting republicans -
h and these will be arranged in alphabetical TIlE CIRCUMSTANCES."The and that his campaign expenses preserved products, mineral,forestry, and Cents Furnishing Goods.

are being borne by the. republican manufactured products and other in-
order so that the democratic circumstances: in this snit
campaign committee.
nj were that a reporter employed by the I It doesn't this I dustrial resources, of county's
elector will not together on gtrike us
way.
appear I c and they must be sold. Now is the time to turn year MM>*\
hit Commercial, newspaper of which I At the time of the dissolution of I exhibiting, including ladies'
the ticket. while last. They will be old.
the populist party the members of it into Printer supplies. Come they *
t Following are the names of the five was part owner, published report ofa in the south drifted back into the handiwork, and other natural resources The prices will move them.KR0SNOFF.

speech by Senator Call-a report democratic party, and its northern, exclusive of live stock, will
electors
er.wl democratic presidential : which I never saw and which I knew eastern and western members drifted !

. II. P. BAILFY. nothing about until after it had been back into the republican party, andit be admitted into counties enteringfor I

a J.E. GRADY. I published. There were some remarks is these votes that Tom Watson the premium of $600 for the largest ROSIN
will catch if he catches
any.
'e T. A. JENNINGS: in that report some language _used It is safe to say that of every five and best collective exhibit. ,

e A. B. NEWTON. that, ,while not scurrilous or abusive, votes he gets, except in the south Industrial entries for premiums for Next to McIrertV.lfueknf, Orala Flu, '
S. B. STONEMAN.The came under the head of libel-some four of them will be pulled directly
w from the the largest and best collective exhi-
republicans, and how this
used in connection with
names will on the :tick- language
s appear can be helpful to Roosevelt we fail to bit, or for individual exhibits, may
that the facts
Colonel as
Chipley-
et about in the order as below. We
r afterwards ascertained, did not sub- see.But we may be dense.If group such exhibits with the county -
X mark in front of the -
have put an ---
D stantiate. Those remarks were not Watson should get every popu- exhibit, thereby strengthening the
names of the democratic electors, for to that list vote in the south, it would not -
made pecuniary profit
sl paper secure him an electoral vote, and county's exhibit, without effectingsuch
i Indicating how the ballot Is to be or to me, but were with referenceto would not hurt the democratic chancesa exhibitors chances to obtain THE CLUB HOUSE.

marked: a question between the railroadsand particle.So .
0 the people of Florida involvingsome it seems to us that Parker and premiums thereon from both fair and

It PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. five or six thousand acresjof not Roosevelt will be benefitted by cOJ.ntThe pyament of county pre-
his
Vote for five: land It was, in effect, that the rail- candidacy.-ocala Banner. miums herewith enclosed depends Cuisine First Class Bates Renso9nble
The Ocala Banner is not dense in I ,
X H. P. BAILEY. roads were not entitled to the land Marion
e upon county winning the
and the people were. this instance. The Xews stated the f
e E. B. BARKER. ---- "--- .. -- county premium of.800. We hare set I ... .. . ... .. ,_
same views upon me effect 01 aison's nerurrjisrjea inrouqrjoui gates oy monin I '
FACTS IX THE CASE."The' special
Y A. P. BASKIN. out to win, and with the active co- I
candidacy some weeks andgave I
facts that without ago
t were my I
hejtwl C. F. BUFFUM. operation our people, we will win.I .
knowledge, without my writing a the figures in the cases of Indiana -
am assured by the managementof
A. N. CUSHMAN. line, another man employed< by my and Wisconsin, two of the -

ouj A. E. DALE. newspaper, wrote something that he states claimed by democrats as doubtful the South Florida Fair that they L MRS. THOS. J. BARNES: PHOPOPPOSITE

ik should not have written. Was I mor- have ample funds in hand to pay all
to back up its opinion. These
X J. E. GRADY. for that? A isnever
wf ally responsible man premiums they have offered. All exhibitors
for whathe figures show the same conditions in ._ S
morally responsible
G. W. HOLMES.
not will.be furnished with ship-
did not do intentionally. There Nebraska and othern states. It was
ot X T. A. JENNINGS. ping tags and instructions when and
may be civil responsibility, but there by reason of the heavy populist vote CITY HALL. P. O. BOX 37 1.
ill D. L. M'KINNON. s never moral responsibility." how to ship. n due time.H. .
in_ 1592 that Grover Cleveland was


ne he had acted as any nght minded man Soliciting Agent and Assistant Com- ,
'X A. B. NEWTON. I would have done under the circum- consin; ?,000 in Indiana; 83,000 in SUCCESSOR. O. A. HUNTER, \i
missioner.
<
pencl he had admitted the Nebraska; 25,000 in California 163,000in
PUTNAM. stances; wrong. ;
A. B.
| and his admission thereof had satisfied i Kansas; 23,000 in Kentucky and Storm Ravages. GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.KEY .

u G. G. ROBINSON. Colonel who alone had I
Chipley, 22,000 in Illinois. While Ocala has been having some FITTINB TRUNK
REPAIRING. SAW HUN ETC.
for X F. B. STONEMAN. been injured. After that, mutual ,
All these states went democratic disagreeable weather for the
very
leiiJt friends had brought about a settle- I

J. :1. STANLEY. ment of the differences between he except Kansas and Nebraska where past three or four days there ha ,I Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnfertwd.

W. T. SHIELDS. and Colonel Chipley and the matter the pops simply over did the thing.- been nothing resembling a storm, but I j OCALA, FLORIDA.

uen -G.- A. W. WEXDELL.J. had never been referred to by eitherof Pensacola Xews. other sections of the state have not 1 I'

1 : them. )[r. Blount, who was attorney ---
escaped so well. -
WIIIBNEY. -
J. S. for Colonel Chipley, had said Mr. Bryan's Sincerity. I _'h_'.' : .- : '.::;' _-.. r
call M. F. ZELLERgai to him afterwards that he did not Whoever fancied that William Jen- Miami, Palm Beach, Sanford and I

consider Mr. Wolfe morally respon- other towns were storm swept and all
i iov For the Information of the public nings Bryan would prove but a half
sible for the libel. suffered more or less damage.The !
] eo that all may know the names of Mr. Wolfe's address created a good hearted fighter in the democraticcause I
schooner Melrose, which left ;
omia the presieential electors of the several impression and he was heartily cheered this year must now revise his Jacksonville PreervtiiionOf .
for Nassau with a cargoof ,
* parties to be voted for Florida, when he concluded.For estimate in the light of the news that I
lumber was wrecked and sevenlives
Iris we give the classified list: comes daily from Indiana where the I I I -_
lost. rs. Weller and Mrs.
1e ELECTORS. Wolfe. ",.!l111nt .l>h."t' .. h\-.. ;, r.1 : i
DEMOCRATIC -.aunt. a. ''U*ai.m i j : .
aW51sY: iv-iUiiifii
I i Hallam, of Jacksonville, were onboard
ndj H. p. BAILEY: In compliance with the recommen- i his shining sword for the cause.
I the unfortunate schooner and
J. E. GRADY. _
toni mendation of the democratic
committee I Who can doubt the sincerity of the
T. A. JENNINGS. I are among the lost. -
evo the Herald now supports Hon.J. exclamation he made at Marion, Ind.:
A. B. NEWTON. The British schooner, Synara, off
nd F. B. STONEMAN. Emmett Wolfe, of Pensacola, for "I would rather go down to
state of instruction eternal oblivion than be instrumental Georgetown, S. C., had to be aban-
superintendent public -
REPUBLICAN ELECTO in the election of doned and there YOUR
was more or less STOMACH
C. F. BUFFUM.A. In the opinion of this pa- Roosevelt."

N. CUSHMAN.G. per the action of the committee, There spoke the Bryan of old, the damage done all along the Atlantic

'olef G. W. HOLMES. which is the highest party authority, man of iron principles and unswerving seacoast The storm was particularly IF YOU USE STIMULANT*

G. G. ROBINSON. severe at Miami and
a German
ot absolves all democratic voters from
W. allegiance to them. He has not
G. A. WESDELL.SOCLLIST
bark washed ashore.
was
eve* the obligation to support or vote for
ELECTORS. abated one whit in principle since the ,
'ill
E. B. BARKER ; Prof. Hnlloway. campaign of 1900 in which he startedso Sans Peur

;a r A. E. DALE. In addition to this, Prof. Hollo- conspicuously. He recognizes that The fair state of Florida can ill i Demands a high standard 1

flee! J. M. STANLEY. way's own action relieves the party his views of that year are no longerthe afford to have a man at the head of

oug| J. S. WHITNEY. voters of all obligations to him as a issue of the its schools whom .
present campaign. on rests even a ,
M. F. ZELLER. of
ass candidate of the Accused Whisky. X 2C t
eat. POPULIST ELECTORS. party. ofa Imperialism government runningmad shadow of doubt as to his honesty,

agf{ : A. P. BASKIN.D. grave breach of personal morals, of over the "world-power" phrase; and the state executive committeedid

.> ( D. L. M'KINNON.F. having himself altered the text of a tenacious clutching of military pomp J I the proper thing when it recommended I The Strauss brand of

. rit< R. MOORE. letter whereby the voters in the primary and glory-all these as exemplified in I; that every democratic voter I I II - ---- -..

>el.mgi 1. A. B. PUTNAM. were grossly deceived and he the present ruler, Roosevelt, form the I in the state vote J. E. Wolfe for'state

W. T. SHIELDS. himself foisted upon the party as issue Bryan sees this year. And.he superintendent instead of Holloway.We Whiskies will help you j
ur'on
Study the names of the democratic
a candidate for an office which shouldbe says with all the spirit that charac- want a good, clean man, and

electors as they appear on the ticket filled only by a man of spotless terize his noble to do it
eloquence of the last those who know him best say Mr. and
save
and be sure to mark them right. you
character charged with this offence campaign when his own views were Wolfe is that man. Palmetto

I and repeatedly asked to explain, he the issue, "I had rather go down to News.
WOLFE AND HIS LIBEL SUIT. .
-- None
t fOe repeatedly and contumaciously refused eternal oblivion than be instrumental Osceolo county has gone into the money, better, -

to make any defence; and when in the election of Roosevelt."
South Florida
'th fair
movement in a
On last Tuesday night at Pensacola
the evidence
established
clearly his
will
but Bryan not go down to eternal
(
commendable
moss manner, the com-
lion. J. Emmett Wolfe, among his guilt and he asked "NEVER
ant was by those having oblivion. Nor will he be classed in missioners POUR
own people made a speech which appointing necessary com-
tfrJ .. the authority to do so to relieve history as one who aided Rooseveltin BUT
mittees and appropriating $500 for THEY "
was applauded to the echo. the of the REIGN.
party embarrassing posi- this Far
seal. campaign. from it. He
In the of his the collection of exhibits. Volusia
course remarks Mr.
tion in which his
candidacy placedit is
nd just -contributing more, perhaps -
county has also come to the front in
Wolfe spoke as follows about the
he insolently refuses and
persists to the discomfiture and fears of
nd libel suit brought against him fifteen in seeking to reap the benefit of the fine shape, the commissioners hold- Strauss' 76 Fern
Roosevelt
crowd than other -HIli
letej years ago in the civil courts of this his sin: by having his misdeed en- single factor in the campaign.any He ing a special meeting at which they Rye, Strauss Royal R ene-,

ggs' appointed committees and
state. lie said
: guaran-
dorsed at the polls by the reputable happens to be in a most critical pointof

ty. "There is one other matter, a rather voters of the state. The Herald had I the hauls and his Hl/vn-cfall_. .._: .nn... to teed.. any_ sum. u necessary_ for collection P"".. n."..i.. in 1i II"
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hoped that when the state committeemet "u"'l Every county is DI uUJY.. n. r curayer
in the most vital
enemy
spots. Bryanin
.1,111 exercise good judgment in referringto now rushing exhibits in the most
to it I will leave to you. It has been last Saturday Prof. Holloway Indiana is arousing the Hoosiersto

: charged in this campaign that be- would make such a showing as would an extent that was not half reached thorough manner, and the display at Strauss' I X L Baltimore
" the fair will be the finest
I ever seen in Bye
certain
cause of matters that transient justify any newspaper having self- by Taft, Fairbanks and others of Queen An scotch,
pired 14 or 15 }'ears'ago that I am anon Florida.
[ respect in continuing to support him, I II the republican spellbinding outfit
; unworthy and unfit man to receive

olla the suffrage of the people of the state I but he not only failed to make any lately in that quarter. Thousands are The grand opening at the Jacksonville Pilgrimage Sour Mash

of Florida. That is defence, but he arrogantly defied the the Planter Rye
a single transaction i' crowding auditoriums to hear him carnival, Monday, October 24th, ,

and, I believe, the committee and virtually challenged
only charge and other thousands are reading his will be. the greatest spectacle ever
In that has been made against me. It is them to submit his offence to the
speeches in the If Indiana in the
newspapers. presented south. The floral Maryland
In connection with a certain civil judgment of the decent people of the Rye, sharpe Old Harvest Corn
tier
democratic the
suit instituted in the courts of the goes credit will parade and the crowning of the king ,

mus state some years ago and disposed of state. The committee promptly accepted be given largely to Bryan.It and queen, all seen in the glare of .

ran by the courts. the gage and named Mr. is well, therefore, that those who the coliseum. Don't forget to see the ..

est "I have already published the opinion Wolfe as a gentlemen worthy of pub- but a short week ago were belittlingthe I eighteen young ladies dance the min- .re..re

of my lawyer upon that matter, lic confidence and fully capable of
ave support and strength of Bryan's uet before the royal party.
which explains the circumstances
ad filling the office of state superintendent good right should STRAUSS
folly. I want to add to that this arm now accord & CO.

ilual Statement, the first public statement to the satisfaction of all the peo- him the.full measure of his due. He The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E.

rtes ;. I have ever made regarding the mat- ple. is a giant in political stature and he T. Allen, the and
eye ear
a I .. ter, and in not making public a statement It now remains for the democratic is wielding the giant's cudgeL-At- will be specialist, WHOLESALE & :RETAIL LIQOOR'OEAURS.
Thursday Nov.
3, atthe Mon-
many years ago I,perhaps, have voters to ,. OCALA
choose
ith t between. .these-,., two anta Journal. -. '*" '.. V teruma Hotel?* t,;, .'>", FLORAE

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t. ti'OL..tX.l'1X, NO 14. OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. oCTOBKR, 21, HIll DOLLAR A YEAR
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Mrs. J. C. Porter, who has been Andrew Sledd. Thought Ocala 'Had a State Fair.
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spending the summer at Tuscaloosa, i From Sunday's Daily. A colored man from Lake City arrived -

if HEALTH Ala., with her daughter, Mrs. W. A."I Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the in Ocala several days ago witha THEGOF AIR.FOR

Collier and with relatives in Cairo, I 'University Florida reached Ocala large: pumpkin which he brought .

Fwf f 111., returned home Friday. Saturday afternoon and is the guestof down intending to put it on exhibi- -.

: is the the editor of this He will tion at the state fair, which he
l Mrs. Allan Monroe, Mr. Robert paper. STAPLE FANCY
jr preach in the Methodist church at 11 thought would shortly open in this GROCERIES
Monroe and the Misses 3Iunroe returnedhome -
I MostImportant Friday afternoon from a. m., and at the Baptist church at city. He was greatly disappointedwhen

he found that he had carriedhis
Asheville, X. C., where they spent 7:30p.m., today. White House Seal Brand Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.
winner all the
from
Dr. Sledd comes from a distin- prize way'
f the summer and fall, most pleasantly.Hon. .
guished line of preachers, his father Lake City to Ocala'to find that we .21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.We .
Otis T. Green is a prominent
.1 having been one of the best knwn did not have any fair at which,to exhibit -

..1'f visitor at the capital; Mr. Green, and most popular preachers in Vir- it.The Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens
who is one of the brainiest lawyersin '
The manufacturers of Royal ginia and he has largely inherited his Clark Brothers, proprietors of Eggs and All Kinds of Country Produce.
'
I : Baking Powder have had 40 I the state, is here to argue a case father's abilities and characteristics.He the 0. K. Grocery, always on the

l years of scientific experience. before the supreme court.Tallahassee is also a son-in-law of Bishop Can- lookout for something to attract at- B. L. HALL Prop.
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t Every method of bread-and- Capital.Mr. dler, one of the ablest of our southern tention to their place of business pur- ,
F. :M. Brown of the Brown West Side Public Square. Ocala, Fla
cake raising has been exhaus- bishops. We know those who hear chased the rooster pumpkin and now

tively studied in this country and House, Silver Springs, is having the him today will be pleased with 'him. have it on exhibition at theirstore,

l abroad. dining room to his hotel enlarged and On Monday night at 7:30 o'clockDr. where it is viewed by many people

The result is a perfect product his rooms thoroughly renovated. He Sledd will deliver a lecturein every day. It measures sixty-eight --.: -..-..--. .. -

in Powder. is putting himself in readiness for a inches and the
Royal Baking the Presbyterian church on the one way forty-six

There is no substitute for it. large winter trade. subject of "education" and short other,and weighs seventy-six pounds. THE CITY OF OCALA ::1I

The purity and efficiency of Mr. Murray Mathis has returned to remarks will be made by membersof Millinery Opening Friday

Royal Baking Powder have Ocala to prepare for planting a big I our school board, Dr. Millinery is at all times a matter of IS OFFERING FOR SALE

been commended by the highest acreage in watermelons and canta- Little, Dr. Lindsey and others. i vital interest to women, and whenever I

authorities of the world. loupes. )Ir. Mathis has been spend-. We hope that this educational rally there is an opening they turn $45,000 20 YEAR 5% BONDS.

These facts mean: two important the S. C. will be largely attended by those t
ing summer jBlackville, out en masse to :see the pretty cre-
things to all housekeepers :' and the St. Louis fair. directly interested and others. ations. -


t These Bonds have over 2,000,000 of
.
Cecil Lohrig had the misfortune to Friday the fall and winter openingof ,

First: that Royal Baking fall from (the trapeze on Wautnla The Elk Cafe thejE. K. Xelson Company took } Security behind tzen'ltnl offer a great
row cr: is healthful and The Elk cafe is the latest additionto
street He hit hismouthon place and of course the store was opportunity for safe investment.
makes wholesome food. Friday night. Ocala's restaurants. It is located {
thronged with ladies nearly all day. .
Second : that Royal Bak- a large dry goods box and opposite the A. C. L. depot and has t For information apply to
The show window and the store were
icg Powder makes food tore his mouth and face quite severe been elegantly fitted up for this pur- i

cool to UStc.ROYAL. ly. The accident was quite painful pose. It has been papered, paintedand decorated with quantities! cf white ; s
and burnt orange ribbons, these be- FORD
but not at all serious. kalsomined by :Messrs. Stern- HERBERT 0. ;
ing the most fashionable shades in .. 1
BAKING Did you ever see a dare-devil on a berger and Phillips and this tells its "
Board of Bond Trustees.
POWDERABSOLUTELY millinery this season. A number of Secy.
bicycle ride down an incline ninety own story. It is managed, by Mr.
pretty hats were also seen, developedin __ _. _
feet inthe air and jump off,* wheel Max Xeuberger. Monday thirty 'h "
'. t-
I theseishades. ; : _
and all, into a pool? If the great and guests sat down to its attractive tables -
PURE Quite a number of pretty hats in
oolyJMarsh does not kill himself in and enjoyed its first meal.
brown and other leading colors were .
the meantime, he will be seen doing The!following menu was served: shown.

this at the Jacksonville carnival, Oysters on half shell
t The opening was continued Satur- edvwwvwww4w.4A.wwTHIRD

1ill t:.:: zuns.. Local Editor October 24-29th. Soup" ,.. floiT on1ladies t h ..,.."........o..o..+- in..H.. ..., tno
a
Gumbo a Le Creole U J Gnu .Q.UQ.51.IUU; ; u H"7 u'"

Dr. E. Van Hood is at home again I Fish to rail and see their goods at PUBLIC SALE

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. after an absence of over eight months. I Baked fresh water trout, Espagnole' any time. I

After touring the Holy Land Dr. Relishes
.1 Confessions
a Priest. OF
Celery OlivesIixeJ.: pickles'Entrees
The bard road between Ocala and Hood visited Germany France
1 I Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
SHw Springs is being repaired.Mr. Switzerland, Turkey, England and I
Fricassee Roman fritters
Capon writes: "For 12 years I suffered from

and Mrs. Albert Martin have many other European countries. His Roasts I yellow jaundice, I consulted a number and
trip was thoroughly delightful in every Prime ribs of Beef, Au Jus Shorthorn Hereford
goat to Valdosta to visit Mrs.Martin'slsarr4 of physicians and tried all sorts
way but Dr. Hood is glad to be Chicken with dressing
; WMlr. Vegetables of medicines, but got no relief. ThenI
at home again. He is receiving a '
Charles S. Cullen \'as a guest Mashed Potatoes, Candied Yams began the use of Electric Bitters BREEDING! CATTLEAT
welcome from his host of Oca!a
at the Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, warm String.Beans, Fried Egg Plant and feel that I am now cured of a
i friends. Desert disease that had me in its grasp for

Saaday. Twenty-three Mohammedians, sailors Apple pie Lemon Meringue Pie 12 years. "If you want a reliable PALMETTO PARK FARM, OCALA,

Elberta Peaches medicine for liver and trouble
kidney
Mr. Richardson, of Boardman, has on a vessel, attended a meeting I I
Crackers Cheese stomach disorder or general debility,
a position with the O. held the Philadelphia Floating 1st 1904.
aewfted' by Tea Coffee get Electric Bitters. Its guaranteed Tuesday, November ,
K. Grocery. Endeavorers at Point Breeze Oil by'Tydings & Co. Only 50c.
Cause of Lockjaw.Lockjaw .
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Works. One of them read the Script-
Church Social
Tin! Marian county sub-as ociationr or tetanus is caused by a Presbyterian
Ures. During the week that the Ion ForsMIhe If our..Vine .
r of arpe&tfce operators will meet in bacillus or germ which exists plenti- The monthly Presbyterian church OVlwk .\. JI. -
: vessel was in port, seventeen men social was held Monday afternoon at Be on Time. . .
tM* city on Friday. fully in street dirt. It is inactive so
asked for prayers, and to be instructedso the residence of :Mrs. Edwin W.
long as exposed to the air, but when
Mrs. L. J. Lummis has retured : that they might live the Christianlife carried beneath the skin as in the Davis. It was a very pleasant affair THE FIRST SOLD ARE ALWAYS ABOUT THE BEST.

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born from a visit to her daughter when they returned home. wound caused by percussioncaps but on account of the bad weathernot

Mr*. (1. .\. Douglass at Starke.- or by rusty nails, and when the I as many were present as other- AND Mm SELL THE CHEAPEST.
state
brother of
C. Croom
H.
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Capt.
air is excluded the germ is roused to
Mr. W.1.. Brooks, of Tampa, a comptroller A. C. Croom, died last activity and produces the most virulent wise would have been. .

pronOflent phosphate operator was Saturday at his home in Savannah. poison known. These germs may Light refreshments "were served OUAR,,.., ..HTY.. ''. cryusual! evis T ED M S ..i Halt ance C.b at b'twt' end; of-

residentof be destroyed and all danger of lock- and in every way the afternoon was guaranteed against death by
among our visitor here Saturday. Capt. Croom was formerly a guaranty with interest at 8 j
., !1 Brooksville and was a well known jaw avoided by applying Chamber- an enjoyable one, Mrs. Davis proving disease of sale.for six months from per cent per annum.
date
The contract for refitting and re- lain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the herself a charming hostess.
railroad man, being a conductor on
injury is received. Pain Balm is an
tenibUfig the Ocala Rifles armory
the Atlantic Coast Line railway. He antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises Better Than Pills.

ba been awarded to J. A. Pittman & had many friends throughout the and like injuries to heal without mat- The question has been asked-in Z C CHAMBLISS & CO, ,

Sea. m_ state who will regret to learn of his uration and in one third the time required what way are Chamberlain's Stomachand

Mlles Villa Bailey of Auburndale, death.In by the usual treatment. It is Liver Tablets superior to the or- Ocala Florida.Exquisite .
all cathartic and liver pills? Our ,
for sale by druggists. m dinary
of Mr. and 31 Irs. Harry
h the guest addition to the finest exhibitsever answers is-they are easier and more

Cite at heir home on South Second seen at a Florida state fair, the Mrs. Lindsay's Mother Dead. pleasant to take and their effect is so

f rZtti et. amusement features willbe the Mrs. W. C. Lindsay has receivedthe gentle and agreeable that one hardly .

: Dr. SWtl, present of the Univery grandest ever seen in the south. The sad intelligence of the death of medicine.realizes that Then it they is produced not only move by a !' Charming!"! Stunning!'!"!

.It of Ffcrida, reports that all the best carnival shows in the country her mother, Mrs. Long, which occurred the bowels but Improve the appetiteand .L -

boy* at the University are well and have been secured for the occasion at her home in Lewiston, aid the digestion. For sale at 25 I

get pug aJoag &n1Mr. *. and nothing ever seen in Florida will West Virginia Monday morning. Her cents per bottle by all druggists m TheM are MIH *f the .." .w<
GgB. Yarn, of Valdosta, equal them. The lowest excursion death iras sudden. Work has already begun on the big -.T,9 pi I II to be [pManl. wto tfc. Mtos ioofc at
Mrs.: Linday has the sympathy of II I
will be to Tampa -
in- rates on record given exhibits of the South Florida fair. I
(la., who has targe turpentine her Ocala friends in her greatbereavement. the agrepltra of up-u>-a<>. HAT
business in honor of the fair-November many The main exhibit will be 600 feet in
hi tfcW section, was a
t.m? .
14th to 26th, inclusive.Mrs. length and 120 feet'in width, and will RIBBONS AND TRIMMING n. "
vhlwr bore Satarday. I
!!t be so constructed so as to allow of being sfaotni hart. The i-rtem lIt
Wallace Kelsey and children In his "notes" on "flowers for the
1 Mr. Jake KW has returned home the addition of 300 feet if necessary.
he who have been spending the summerin church" Rev. Mr. Warren says: Fahiaa has ieatiemi rays of rU.tuUMfbadoB :
tnma hw e derv trip, where pur- Every county will be given all the I
Tennessee and at St. Louis arrivedin 'Not a flower but shows some touch
the fall aftd winter good for will tato every iwx/k and r> ;
c.. room desired for exhibiting, as
freckle streak stain, of His unrivaled -
Ocala Snnd'jyand were the guestsof in or
tft. Inn of Klein & Go.H Mrs. Kelsey's cousin, Mrs. Hugh pencil. Your gardens are individuals. Your exhibits will "be ;I net of this MUbbhiurM. it r'ie t.WMRpletely .

.JI'W' *tt* a hGIMG brain-you'll Haycraft until Monday afternoon, full of fragrance and rich in beaotf. taken ,to Tampa without charge by Ii i Ii dMeribe M-rr.- f U-

: r N. flint at the Ja&rfttYflte carnival when they went down to Inverness to Will you share them with us each the railways and express companiesand i pretty hftt haTe nut >' t t.t' .. innerr i
will be eared for.
and! .it he ...',ifill TOW fl* call visit relatives. They Mill again visit Sundaywhen you come? It is some-

fH i ruin abode* in Ocala before going to Jacksonville, what troublesome, no doubt, bat His Two cosines in the dog and pony I drop lu a, d SEt iht 7. "> ir **t

I where they.now reside.- blessing is portioned to our sacrifice circus at the Jacksonville carnival I isfaction 1 it iy pkui'*:'
l'tl .. P \4'abaO ol*Atlanta, one actually play ping pong. They may /
make the churcha
Let
1 and service. us I
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anJiDC men I play poker for all we know. s T.an tor )(,.:,.'.t'r
; T. Hehrenston, a mem-
., Hunt proawrlll-t Mr. Edward bowerwhere, these 'sweet letters of .. .
., rut.l. attar IfI8II i.g ';,t few of the Helveaston-Blitch-Pasteur Foa SVLE.-Sixty head of Cattle
ber
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i1 the :angel tongue will spell nnbi coded -
three Coirnvc: i Mares, household
(Uj IM (\\'ala, left 1 n' ? MtM' Satur- Company, returned home Mondayfrom love to God." I furniture J. S. LEWIS, I! ?v1RS.MINNIEBOSTICKd

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a tat i; .,1 JakscnUle carnival; that dry ton goods purchased for this an establishment exquisite and I ry-go-round the miniature railroad I in steer roping at the Jacksonville : IV n Your TV and "Q's,

y 'u % i J. ?,.. a olcano eruption invites his friends to call on him at I or go up into the sky. in a Ferris I; carnival. It is more exciting: "P" is for 'TAT1' and "O" is for "QUALITY. Tk "JIA*"'Ana I '

oj x* war to nature that it almost his new place of business. wheel. than a bull fight. I kind:of JOB PRDTTDiCr that he turns out in the 8nnr Jtb ;i.

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Lake City, Fla.,.Oct. 14th, 1904.TJ 125 BiislielsflOnion Sets.

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A.L: .... az Prope' o fc T torpid
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r .' :fitr -. It is the cheapest thing he can buy.Every I 1- c AMoTONI PELLETS ; !

time litre nfld in their action. Tbe piCi ttimuUto tea tare to 1l. i
3 'ci a hen cackles and has
.,. proper work, tad the pelleU tsrtgonui the a1atem $a } III
t laid an egg his paper is paid for that '. wtole; in abort, they boh 'usi : cedlane ifcocH do. Retaester Itat ?S db: +
week. It costs less than
a postage -
.. oo' i days cue Sc. Yon cu Sara a iroe samyk it'
U; ,:... < mi: .: stamp-less than to send or receive a j! goo race .

i '.,. letter. It comes to you every week, I BROWN MFG. co.

',\ rain or shine, calm or storm. No New Ycrk
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r matter what and Ores sville,
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door of the great world and puts you
! .\ TilE OLD BUILDING WILL APPEAR AFTER BEING REMODELED AFTER THE PLANS MADEBY ,
r H. J. KLUTHO, ARCHITECT, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. face to face with its> people and great

events. It shortens the long winter
.u ---- For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store.
nights. It is your adviser, gossiper
k betaken out and a solid cement floor '._.
REMODELED COURT HOUSE
OUR HIGHER TARIFF TO OFFSET CHEAPERTRANSPORTATION. and friend. Xo man is just to his
laid, making this floor practically children who does not ", >!....-.-"" B.-.I'I
them
rfQ give the''
fire proof. Taking it all in all the j| I I
1 lit Stl. I* 6rtcu -lf Oak Finish I local paper. No man is good to himself
Will it Prettiest building will really be a new structure !I WE EAT M'EAT
it Adocutf ; The campaign bock begins its dis- who does not take newspapers.-

I I"Md.er, South of Atliata i when he painters leave it. !session of the tariff Question by show Arcadia Champion.
IA ( To grew 4retx .;. Uale.. we OtI
hoft k a picture of the proposed"of i Using the old walls will save from I i leg the necessity for increasing tariff, I I
: ..t meat we ..&I t.
tu
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e awfedelh the coert house for eight to ten thousand dollars. It will | er artificial protection, as "natural protection. Saved Two From Deaths mf

et IMtoa I cost approximately between forty ." or the cost of transportinggoods "Our little daughter had an almost i r"y' 1 &h fi.. 1W. k titrwth
*.1'11t.t.
use I a.iSl
from country to another decreases.
'd and thousand fatal attack of ID toGh"tit" Slr
After coapleiioa the structure stillr I forty- \"e dollars.If It that whooping cough I is
tower world be made I'. says : and bronchitis" writes I(2 I t uk%. <cti u. ......
of Mrs.
out W. K.
prrucUy be a new building.Xuthunf cop- Tte nations of the world have one I ,
' bat the wall of the old per and building made several feet by one found it necessary to establish Haviland, of Armonk, X. Y., '"but'when !::II r i it It..p. to W ifi fal. ia

!i wructanr will be atxtTtw higher in order to get a little more I i tariff protection to take tte place of all other remedies failed, we (is: ? '.uyiuat eMai--'i, .... Iii p1s

I window frame and sash, all of height in the court room if a little i t that protection which distance andi saved her life with Dr. King's New :2- b. ..... t .'l' ... I'...... -'>'.
high of
cost
transportation
'e tiw jntrnor fetish and aO doors and more#)rnameatations were put on the ifforded." formerly DiscoveryOur neiee, who had I' :r Pay a Uttfc MMvtf MMl t,. esi / i'

U all f4atrM triM be MW. All of in and oat ide, and oak finish insteadof I Ttis demonstrates that in the mindsaf consumption in an advanced stage, : ? : t ,.flh1t4: put arra>tfctMt 1 fa poly *'neah .

tl :hv roof aad eoraiee will be sew.Th :yellow pine would be used, Z 60XX( )) I "stand-patters" the tariff is the also used this wonderful medicine I I t rL l'r a''" c: whk will p'm etl A .y.... "

ail would give Marion county the finest enemy of science and progress and that and today she is perfectly well." I !I fr 00Df't and ..,..... t,1ace t' yaiar
the
& \ & pet after examining
al court house south of Atlanta. I it is a great mistake to cheapen the Dsperate throat and lung diseases I :2't'I.i; ....
n nib found them to be 21 inches I :ost of transportation. And yet these yield to Dr. King's New Discovery

at team Oil flrH floor and M inches on Unfortunately the cut we print is I same Republicans: boast of the fact as to* no other medicine on earth. I f EDWARDS BROS.

as art'oasd floor (ttrouc enough for a 'not a very successful one and does I that they have authorized an expenditure L- Infalliable for coughs and colds. 50c.
5 StnlN
3 and I f'ily Markrf. Omtfl. IN...
a kaa ...ey taBdiaf.) It wa thereto not do the building .justice. of from 5200.000.000 to $400,000- and: 1.00 bottles guaranteed by Tyd- | fr. .
rl I 1 900 to construct the Panama Call3l.Why ing & Co. Trial bottles free m 1:._;; ;; _... ; ;:
k>fV .ltockW retain them, e pee- Presidential Election Will Make NaChng i Is it simply to furnish theo "J II' '""W.

e tally to. afilelr tA4ftdbM! I\"es *. : with another excuse for jacking the 'ill __ ___ _______ __H

tl to br *o wd ieeorpotsied in the new Xo matter which candidate is e-lec-I 1 I' tariff up several points Why spend I I-1

tor .tonTV. ted, Poley's Honey and Tar will remain money to shone water routes and( -__- --- --
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I the people's favorite remedyfor I cheapen transportation costs if we I
central portion with the portion -
l coughs, colds and incipient con- i i must proceed promptly to offset these -
m float M la* old building, the It tenefits S.-
sumption. cures colds quickly and I I by higher tariff duties

Iwo tide ext.a.ion' the new part. prevents pneumonia, A. J. Nuabaum, I These "stand-patters" belong to the .

C Th. ....* of the roof of the pictat Batesville Ind., writes: '*! sufferedfor I old school of extreme protectionists who

(p are wy battfal and the port- three months with a severe cold. wished that the oceans were walls of THE ELK
,I A druggist preparedme some medi- fire and who were soiry that each CAP
sew aa at tear klt> give the build-
t cine and a physician prescribed for ountry was not separated from every

a>g a .l'tJple-olike appearance. The me", :yet I did not improve. I then \I other country by Impassable barriers. .

u ..,.. k da-wto Urecian) which is the tried Foley's Honey and Tar and ]I They show their Inconsistency and

tg BMMC ad pHd for eourt house build- eight doses cured me." Postoffice i j i lack cf faith in their own theories by OPPOSITE A. C. L. DEPOT

' las. Drug Store. m I II Ii.t printing pages of statistics in their
!i campaign book to stow the wonderful
N Ta pirtare *bow* the south front. Pretty Girls Selected as Sponsors :
a f growth of our foreign commerce under
The aorta will be eactlthe same.al and Maids of Honor. ; and in spite of Dlcgleyism.

All of the exterior will be covered J At the state reunion of the Confederate -; Opened For Business On

4t tckil{ a veeaent stucco, making:: the Veterans, which will take place

ie btUtlbag" ; appear to represent stone. I in Ocala early in November, Miss i;! MILLIONS FOR PHILIPPINES .

14 Ttw main roof will be of slate and Julia Telf air Stockton has been selected j' p _

fit.R UM> tower of galvanized iron painted as sponsor for the local camp. .t Exclusive of soldiers sailors and Monday Oct. 17 -;
{ civil ofScials, there are probably less 1904.
awl .a d(<'tl to represent atone She has chosen for her maids of'i .. ,
rr than 300 Americans In the Philippines ,

r To give the pubHc an idea of the honor Miss Elizabeth Fleming and :| and not all of these are to be considered -

lower H.*lt. H id 31 feet square at the j Miss Kate Freeland, and these young | as permanent residents. And C'J

btwe and. S4 fee t from roof to top of ladies will charmingly represent yet the Administration: has decidedto
spend millions of dollars in
making
r .. pelle. Jacksonville. Miss Stockton will do
Manila "A City Beautiful." and additional -
0. TW ..(riM N arranged for the fol- the honors as sponsor in her usual I
millions in creating a summer

Ui a..n.g joriiw: graceful and attractive manner, and capital in the mountains 100 miles IT WILL BE RUN ON A FIRST

Ix PirHtk>or, eoeBty clerk's office, Governor Fleming could not have north of Manila, to which the overworked

Iw ft l-t x M 1-2 with a fire proof vault chosen a more popular girl to pay office-holders nay retire during CLASS SCALE

I. U 1-1 x a; board of public this prettycompliment to, and Miss the fever-breeding season, whichone AND SERVE THE
returning soldier facetiously says
a1 tiott 23 1-2 x > ltax instruc-I Stockton, in turn, has chosen two attractive "
"Takes in the whole year.

I X 2* 1-: aid tax aaaesMjr, 16 1-2 x I belles as her maids of honor.Jack."OnruIe .Manila Is to be made The Gem Cityof BEST ON THE MARKET.

S Is 1-2. Both have a fire proof- vault. j Sun. the Orient" while the summer loafing ,

Treasurer and I =__ _.,__ =. .._ L._ ____ ___'''',__ -
.tt supenisor ofregistra piace is lu Lit iuuicthan ma ce \ GIVE US
Union Cornet Band. A TRIAL.
l tion. 15 1-2 X 2S 1.2; sheriff, 16 1-2 x Simla in India in fact, than any
The Union Cornet Band of whichF. similar retreat In the world. A
24 1-i and
y. two large offices for rental
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P. Gadson, the successful proprietor i Chicago architect has been given carte
.h I'ttrp we each 16 1-2 x 23 1-2 large.
of the Ocala Bazaar Store, is I I\ blanche to prepare plans and specifications -j
On the eond floor
we have county manager, is anxious to attend the I and he Is about to set sail fora I
,tt judge, with two offices and a fireproof nve-montts sojourn in the islands
Jacksonville carnival and for
the
vault; one office is 151-2x23: 1-2 The plan seems to be to give European
purpose of raising funds to Whelp defray Imperialists' the grand razzle-dazzle
n and the other b 161-2 x IS 1-2; grand
expenses will give a band concert without regard to cost. And the COMMUTATION
Ii jury j room, 16 I.;! x 3) I.;! with a wit- MEAL TICKETS
at the Odd Fellows' hall Tuesday American people will be called uponto
d seas room adjacent about 11 1-2t H
; foot the MIL
night. Admission
only 15 cents. ,
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two witness rooms adjoining court How do they like the prospect'Went
On all public occasions the
room and a county: commissioners Union $10.00
Comet Band FOR
volunteers its $7.00.
n room 16 1-2 x 30 1.2; also a retiring services Virginia"is all right for Roose* .
and in
'r ,. room and library for the circnit judge. many ways helps along our welt" says State Senator Robinsca, one
U : city in its progress and we hope that of the minor leaders of the G. 0. P In
JXrcuit court will be
room 49 1-2 x i
many will buy tickets for the that State. "Only a few counties remain 1
concert
1I
to 621.2.: Much better accoastic qualities to be whipped into line." The I'

t will be assured by making there whipping Into line of counties and .
Help the
members in
their
corners of the ceiling carved in the effortsto factions and individuals is keeping .

I court room see the big-carnival. the Republican tosses very busy these '

{a The tower will have a bell and a Joy. In and nether happiness otttimes J}I days. This is the case In New Tort, Opposite A.C.L. '

es clock. Dial of clock will be very Beeaose To baby's-TEETHIXA'S'checks heart and are made brought''brought u well.to tie d well bloom .I Xew Wisconsin Jersey, Michigan Connecticut Colorado Delaware and Passenger Depot Ocala 1 FI 1 1j a.

I near one hundred feet from the street. Anodynes only sooth and lull .to several other States. Despite their
,
ti i It Is to be of frosted glass and will sleep. ETHISA" cures the child, braggadocio, the Republican, bosses in .

be Illuminated at night by electricity. regulates the.bowels and saves the each of the States above name are 4 .

parents many sleepless nightsof worried over the outlook j II .
care and would
AU of the joists of first floor are to and
anxiety. dye a good deal to be assured ol
r I IIe.er

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


OLe AXXIX NO 'H
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OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER, 21, 1901 DOLLAR A YEAR

U2A 2LI2AS2T2 HA2SIS. Local Editor Mr and Mrs. Camp Give Dance to I

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Miss Liddon and Her Guest. -

The Listributors for New Weaves in Dress Goods, Leading Shades Brown and Blue
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. young society people of Ocala ,
S..e: Atutra

Remember that Col. S. M. Spark- are and Mrs.again Clarance under obligations Camp for another to Mr. the:s Chiffon Clog), Crispines, SilH Warp Henriettas, Arizolas, litSrisi

man will be in Ocala Saturday. very pleasant evening. Onjx
Opera Waists
Attheir, lovely home last night on 01 figured SilH Hole-roes, Tringalines
Mrs. D. G. Edwards of the Ocala in Silks and Wool
Camp Heights they a dancing ,
: House, Is visiting her father at her gave Batiste. Chiffon Finished Broadcloth. HesUrj.citii .
party in compliment to Miss Johnnie j Crepesculas.
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old home in Opelika Alabama. I
Liddon and her guest Miss Ollie
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Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk went downto Weeks, of Starke.

Tampa yesterday for a short pro- Mr. and Mrs. Camp, Miss Liddon, ,

fessional visit. Miss Weeks and Miss Lucy Camp received -


t Harris this Miss afternoon will Mary go Anderson down to spend to and Crystal the Miss week-end River Sara ,I room welcome.Mr. and the. gave guests them in'. a.the very reception cordial for the Sole Centemire celebrated Agent RH J 1 INAU lr D-T-D() rr 1 i J 1 (' rn OR i' tbm


W. S. Pike furnished the music Latest!I. Well
an the guests of Mrs. C. E. Herrick. Iud:
for the denting, which was kept up .
RalkiP Skirts
Miss Lucy Camp leaves today for until midnight. The affair was informal Gloves. -
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Norfolk, Suffolk, Roanoke and Franklin and the evening was a par-

Va., where she will spend a ticularly delightful one. Quite a

month with relatives and friends. number of the young married people .5
WINTER
were present and added much pleasure SEASON 1904.

){r. W. B. Bridges, representingthe to the evening. The rr

H. & W. B. Drew Company, oft
Those invited to Mr. and Mrs.Camp's Fad for
Jacksonville, spent yesterday in I last night included Misses I ... Shirt TaUt Saga

Ocala and was a caller at this office. Silk Shirt Waist Suits :_ .. 27-ta C C"lub
Johnnie Liddon, Ollie Weeks, Lucy I r

Robert Taylor, commercial agentof Camp, Esther Weathers, Hattie Dye, 27-in 0'&:. T& !stta

the Atlantic Coast Line railway, Ethel Robinson Edith Piatt, Margaret Chiffon Taffetta Our stock of New Winter Merchandise are now on the shelves iv*:.

with headquarters in Ocala, was Eagleton, Meta Jewett, Valeta

among the visitors here yesterday.- Potter, Mattie Williams, Mary An-

, Times-Union. derson, Georgia Smith, Sara and and counters and for variety and exclusiveness will entirely surpass any

Violet Harris Mary Little, Sue Bar- .
The United of the Con-
Daughters co, Annie Davis, Gertrude Pereda
laird&" Schober WUhert
'
federacy will meet this afternoon at of our best efforts of the past. .
Mr. and Mrs. William ,Hocker, Mr. ..
3 o'clock with Mrs. J. H. Livingston, and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and their $5.00Ladies'; <' ,' 0 ad

It. All members urgently requestedto ...' .
guests, Mrs. Kerr, of Cuba and Miss Saristt {
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Shoes .
be present, ,- Woodrow of Scotland, Mr. and Mrs. $340 Liiilt1 Cxisri

Mr. Theodore A. Carroll, of Jacksonville Jack Camp.Mr. andMrs.A.H. Marsh,
Pat Viei Sid. Pat 71:1 KU
4 representing Armour's fertilizers Mrs S. P. Eagleton, Mr. and Mrs. The success of previous seasons we shall try to'repeat and possessing

was a pleasant visitor fo Frank Drake Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce,

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. and
Gerig,
Ocala yesterday, and among others
MId Mr. George Close a fine bill of Mrs. E. C. Welsh, Cornell, Mr. and the confidence of the entire community, as shown in the encouragement -

fertilizers Mrs. F. L. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. G. .
Kew tItenstTl
I McKean, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller all It will be
given us at times. our constant endeavor to
Mr. J. H. Schroeder, of Atlanta, .
Messrs. Harvey Clark, O. B. variety la

Oa., is in Ocala on his way to Tam- Howse, T. H.Harris,Stephen Jewett, Madras Bops ad

pa. Mr. Schroeder is a very pleasant J. H. Workman, G. H. Ford, E. T. maintain the position assigned to us by them of being .
Curtains and Pcrtiers.
young man and is traveling in the Helvenston, H. A. Daniel, W. D. andJ. bp&nes

r Interest of J. H. Schroeder and Bro., H. Taylor, E. J. Crook, W. H. Portieres

i T Printing Press-Machinists- of Atlanta. I Powers, W. A. Murphy- of Fairfield, THE LEADING MERCANTILE CONCERN IN! OC L1. '

Ardis Waterman, Sandford JewettJ.H. .. f
; We received a card yesterday from ..
'a .' Mathews, Howard Clark, C. H.
Rev. W. Rufus Rowland, pastor of
\ Lloyd, of Holder and Mr. Brewer. ... r L 1
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the Christian church in this city,who
L 50 New .
has been in St. Louis for the past tent Band of Mercy Rally. \ Sm71'u TOltsa

,. days. Mr. Rowland says he is doing Notwithstanding the inclemency of Oriental 9 112
An inspection of our extensive lines entirely controlled by us
l the fair and finds it truly great. the weather last night a very pretty resignsin Art Siuru

t' There are a number of Ocala people Band of Mercy rally was had at Grace .

J at the fair at present and they are Episcopal church. Rev. Mr.,Little, will easily convince you that it is to your interest to supply youJ wanis frcaSl2.53t9SiS.C3

t delightful time. in madea Velvet :Buss.!
having a who is always fittingly place,
.
beautiful talk appropriate to the
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The friends of Ocala's popular occasion which was much enjoyedand from us. Our prices, taking quality and style into consideration are
t- banker, Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, who
especially so by the little ones.
that her
( was BO sick Wednesday night
r could not be present at the K. of P. A number took the pledge to be always the lowest. Our clerical force strive to please one, and all. "
"kind to every living creature" and XtvTrenti
Agape, where he was to actas master Point r

f l of ceremonies, will be pleased to learn quite a number of new names were J Respectfully, ;
added to the list of membership.Each d'Arab !&:.
c that he was able to be up yesterday.
member had a little banner
had sudden attack of neuralgia.
t lie a LaceCuts
and the leader one of much larger I Spis&lS ;

r Rev J. L. Stuart, of Richmond, size, made of blue silk and gold tas- Rheinauer & CO.&d.

Va., arrived in Ocala yesterday ands sels, and as the little company filed 11C.e1

Is the guest of Dr. W. C. Lindsay at into the church a pretty scene was
r
the Manse. Mr. Stuart preached at presented.The .

the Presbyterian church last night. Band Mercy:: is building upa

He is a very eminent preacher and nice sentiment in Ocala and is 503 Ladies Neckwear arid Belts in Erjdless Variety of New Styles at

his sermon was greatly enjoyed by planting seeds that we hope will develop n- 4: I.

those present. Mr. Stuart is a representative into glorious deeds in after Boys .

of the foreign missiorfs executive L'eaSunday '
years.
committee and was here ,in Will be In Ocala Today. Two-pieoe RHEINAU E RS .

the Interest ofthe same. Hon. Stephen \1. Sparkman, of Suits ClWtC.

k Tampa, democratic nominee for con- Ages 3 to 17.

Tuesday afternoon at 4 -o'clockE gressman from the first congressional

E- Judge Henry Bethune Phillips, of : district will arrive in Ocala this ,
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Jacksonville, was wedded to Miss morning from Dunnellon, where he I I "
School Convention. : Thrown From Horse and Injured The editor of this paper, in company WE
Catherine Elizabeth Smith at the addressed the people last night.lr. .
with T. Hall
C. and
Maj. Dr.
:Marion: Baptist between Sharpe'sFerry
of the
Glen On account J.S. Beery,living
at
home of the bride's parents Sparkman will speak at the Andrew Sledd, visited Silver CAN
week before Island thrown Springs
Association meeting the and Heather ,was
8. C. This was a very court house Saturday morning at 11
Springs
the fifth Sunday, the Sunday school from a horse and badly injured Tues- yesterday. The waters are just as SAVE
Carolina -
notable society event in South o'clock and during his stay in Ocala beautiful
as they ever were. The
1 convention for the eastern districthas day afternoon. He was brought to
the YOU :
: and was a double weddin, will be the guest of Hon. R. A. Bur- author of the sentence, "A thing of ,
at the been postponed until the second Ocala yesterday and is now lying
married
t; rr. bride's sister being is well ford. Sunday and Saturday before, when it I in the hospital in an unconscious con- beauty is a joy forever," must have MONEY.
same time. Judge Phillips Trees and Pavements. written it after seeing Silver Springs.
1 the will meet with the BelIeview Baptist dition. He has slim hopes of recov- .
Jj. known in Florida and receiving If there is one thing more than t t ON
A best wishes of a Sunday school. All Sunday schoolsin ery. Not the least attractive feature of
and Florida towns should
congratulations another that
the eastern district will please Mr. H. F. Dobbin, of Altoona, wasa the services at the Baptist church FORXITUKE
f'hOlt friends. streets and sidewalksand
of have it is paved
take notice and I trust will send Sunday night was the solo, "Savior
shade trees. Without them the prominent visitor to Ocala Friday.Mr. AND
luther Assassination at MIcanOpy.t delegates to Belleview on the above Hear Us,". from Mascagni, sung by
towns present an unenviable appear- Dobbin was formerly quite a
deputy sheriff Chamberlain date. W. D. Cans, Mrs. Byrne. She has unexceptionally HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Some days ago
t ance. Everything of a natural kindin worker in Lake
Mica- VicePresident.A prominent political
assassinated near sweet voice and the congregationwere
t was the of streets in this state is I TRY US
while out bird hunting with his way county but afterwards moved to greatly pleased with her sing-
nopy sand, and deep sand at that. The sun Love Letter. I
Jacksonville and then to New York ing. Mrs. Byrne, with her husband, ANDVE'LL PROVE IT.
is warm here in summer and Would not interest you if you'relooking
wife.We information that yesterday very he lived for two who is a traveling man, has recently
; have without the shade of an occasionaltree for a guaranteed salve for City, where years.

1# near the Identical spot Samuel along these streets man and sores, burns, or pyles. Otto Dodd, He returned to Florida about two moved here and on is South stopping Third at street.Mrs.C.J.Phillips' OCALA FURNITURE( CO.. _
assassirJJated. -
Jenkins, a white man, was Ponder Mo., writes: "I suffered years ago and is now largely engagedin
beast both suffer. Why is it property of She will be cordially welcomed to We.Wnr-.A
not been able tot business. He good tnrpentifie wood*
have mercantile was
We owners do not plant trees in front of with an ugly sore for a year but a the Ocala. man at once; one that can bring aoma

fi .certain particulars. their property? By all means let us box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve curedme. here Friday to consult Dr.. E. Van Even the storms treat ns with con- hands and control abor; no whisky

t have more shade trees on the streetsof Its the,best salve on earth. 25c. Hood, whom he thought had returned sideration., Ocala is certainly! in drinker need apply Address E. J,

ro LmUOI1ETANDTAR Titnsville.Indian River Advocate. at Tydings & Co. drug store. m from his European tour. j nek. and H. C. Register, BrownTtUf, FU

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ToUMl I THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS money or sentenced to jail for any I I into not more than four classes on children sojthat they would be better
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THE OCALA BANNER THE FALSE ."
I I able to it, and vividly compared -
cle I" length of time without the privilegeof basis of population! and establish for preserve andS

: To the Editor the Ocala Banner. the citizenship of
ignorant
each class a uniform system of government .
men HISS HAS2IS Zditr.: an appeal, except to the circuit
amendments the I timesof THE
Numerous to
> conStitution and all laws relating to the Greece and Rome and in later TRUE

mor ?. 7. Leave.L fcsissss Skiaser. court. Xo man's property, liberty or
of Florida are submitted to I of France, to. the educated citizenship
creation
government, or powers
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not .. : i! character ought to be subjected to A Little SermoiwtU By T*. C&ler.
the voters at the election to be held municipalities must apply to all of of-our own times and of our owncountry.

-th< such a risk of mistakes as necessarily
next month for their ratification or ., .
that class.
31 r4 rejection. A brief statement of the ; attends a jury trial without a chancefor and cit A story U going the round of
the comparison
letMarc The purpose of this article xxvn is In drawing
riIom effect of each amendment if ratified correction of material errors by press that once upon a time bi
illustrations Dr. Sledd indulgedin
d I to stop granting special charters for ing
I is thought by some not be out of ; the, highest court of the state. it may have been an Ocala
towns and cities, and create a uni- many eloquent passages.
-1 .,.,- jgrri place. Why the authors of these It also gives the supreme court the found a ten dollar bill while .MI
tc><'t : -. form system for all of a class. lIe paid a splendid enconiura on
.. I amendments have not undertaken appellate jurisdiction in habeas way to his palatial home
establishmentof
# Florida for the
of
". This system is in force in several people
{J} this duty to the people I do not know. corpus cases when not originally of common The banker noted the number(
.,uurrI& states, and may prove a good step in such a splendid system
are I brought in that court. the bill, carefully put it in hu
'4I)10t They are seven in number and as this state. schools and in their efforts towards povk.4

published in the are divided SEC. 11. Gives the circuit court I UVV', -l.nr1 A.... II.v.n.-v.>,,..".,..".'Q.n.<..' nn-.. I.i....., ....a.. .....t
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thin! newspapers Our constitution is considerably I the t'stablishent of higher euuca- fli
into articles. final appellate jurisdiction of misde- a more elastic step than uual.
It I. patched. Every legislature since its tional institutions. :
MOTTO: THE BAS EI., BELIEVING ARTICLE XXI. meanors and civil cases tried in the Arriving at his homo he found tfc$
tew adoption .has proposed one or more He said that Florida paid more per
; THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TOTAKE This changes the terms of office court of record. Since the court ofrecord butcher awaiting him at hi.
southern dotti
awfd CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS amendments (all of which have been capita for education than any
after 1906 of the county assessor Us: has jurisdiction up to $1,000, it had taken with a ten dollar meat bill 10 t ,
man] TAKES ITS STAND IX THE BARRI- adopted save one) making, with those state and her people "
i collect r.and treasurer to four insteadof i seems that in a case involving so banker immediately i>art1tb$ tk
wer CAOE3 WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE now to be voted on, 31 in all. We hold of education in the right spirit .

the AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR two years a* at present. If the large a sum, an appeal to the supreme ,thought when we adopted it :in 1SS6 and was carrying it forward in a :I bill he had found. The butcher paid,

TUB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT'THE people think these officials should court should be allowed direct from it over to the printer, who had fer;
that it would that commanded the highest
the _- answer our purposes for manner
Bol-rOM.- hold office for four years they will the court of record. some time been sending out poetie
frorezcit : quite a time but evidently we were commendation.He .
vote "for", otherwise "against SEC. 24. This section provides in mistaken. said that he believed there appeals for help. The printer edit

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1904. It is questionable whether the collector the original constitution, for the crea- over to his wife who in tarn
coat ; It: may be of interest to here refer to should be a correlation of the state'seducationai paid it

-- and treasurer handling the tion of a criminal court of record in to the milliner for a fall
new
the fact that, sa\ingthethrt'e amend- forces and that the bonnet,.

gain] Kuropatkin at least took Pernna. money they do, should have so longa Escambia county, and such other the milliner paid it over to her
dUo ments subsequent to the civil war. branches should converge to a com grocer;
term in view of the fact that usu- counties as a majority of the regis- the grocer paid it to the buteher who .
lion We never fully appreciate the train the constitution of the United States mon center-that instead of weakening -

ally defalcations are not discoved tered voters may petition for it, and again paid it to the banker.
rye I that does not get off the track. has not been amended within one the system by diffusing the funds

while the defaulter is in office. the legislature "may deem expe Here it stopped for the banker di* :,
hundred for educational
sotit years. It may also interestsome I raised by taxation
A well life is man's crowning ARTICLE XXII. dient."
spent covered it to be
a counterfeit
-. .. .... ,_ HL ___, u, .. to know that the cost to the purposes he believed that it would be bill
: glory; a misspent one is ms ramuys ims simply raises cne mgnesi, j.>ow tiltS ameiuuueiii pruviues mat Until this :
the! state of publishing these proposed I strengthened by concentrating its discover was made it |
humiliation. amount a for "upon the application of a majorityof
deepest county can assess public and
was as good served the
V seven amendments in the newspapersof funds and Its efforts. ptU'pOtetof
free schools to 7 mills on the dol- the registered voters of any county -
thenlaw Bryan is making a whirlwind campaign the state will be over eleven thou- lIe told of his hopes and aspirationsas a genuine bill; it had liquidated
lar. It is now 5 mills. It is for the in this state the legislature shall
debts and
in Indiana and expects to sand dollars. R. :\ICCO ATHY. president of the University of performed the fcncUoo of ':
people to say whether the good that establish" a court of record. '
you, wheel the "Hoosier state" into the Florida and that dreamed dreams an irrevocable "gold standard" eeia
may bejierived from the schools justifies All that is necessary to get the
Dr. Sledd's Visit to Ocala. of the realm.
take democratic column. and drew visions which were beautiful -
an increase of taxes. Possibly court is to present a petition for it to
iwfino -- Ocala has enjoyed a pleasant visit and idealistic.He Nobody had been injured up to Urfi
In New Jersey babies are actually it the kindergarden feature were left, the legislature signed by a majorityof
v from Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of said that the University had in time in any of the transaction fa
gelling for a dollar apiece Now just out, and the schools, especially in r the registered voters. How easy!
toblnlr< the University of Florida. He arriv- view "body, mind and morals" and which it formed the central figure ,
think of that! And yet the president the towns ceased to be nurseries for The legislature must then establishthe .
ed here Saturday afternoon and remained that it wanted to make of the boy and, indeed, the fraudulent piece of
said something about race suicide. the babies more money could be devoted court, and the governor appoints. I "
had
end I until Tuesday graduating from it a complete and paper performed real meritortaudeeds.
to the older children. Besides, the judge, who is paid a salary by the !, morning.
he i Among other things.l\Iarioncounty I Sunday morning Dr. Sledd finished man from head to foot and ;
a few students might be dropped in county which in Marion would be : preached -

I* will soon be noted for its productionof the at the Methodist church to a very through and through.He How like many nw. poring is bigfc :
higher classes without injury. 1,600 per annum. I
of hay. Its hay crop this year is attentive congregation. He selectedfor said the motto the institutionhad places and receiving honor to. wbkfe
ATTICLE xxra. SEC. 25. This fixes the jurisdiction .
are : something! prodigious. his text several passages in the adopted is the following: "Sound they are not entitled until th 4r real
The constitution now provides that of this court of record as exclusive -
-omen Epistle of James having for his morals the basis of good citizenship," characters are fouad out.
Congressman Lamar has gained the legislature may organize in such of all criminal cases, not !
( main theme "Neglect" showingthat and it would be his high purpose to Then comes the fall and nose art j
: twenty pounds in weight since his counties as 'it may think proper, capital, all cases at law where the
> tu this is one of the most commonas make the institution live up to the found so low as te do them rvmence. .,
return from his trip abroad and has county courts to have jurisdiction of demand or value of the property does I
i?, well as the most fatal sins in the motto. ,
entered actively upon his campaign cases involving not over $500, misde- not exceed $1.000. Since 75; per cent.
ni i Chistian's iife. "The of Dr. Little applauded Dr. Sledd's True the saying te tbtt "ali to Mi:'
consequence
d Uu. meanors, etc., and the county judge of the common law cases involve less
itt neglect" he said, "is decadence lecture and expressed the gratitudeand gold that gHtt.rs.'T
Judge, A. Carlisle of Gainesville shall be the judge of such court. This than SIO:}), this takes from the circuit ,
11 decay and death." He said that "he the pleasure of the people of
amendment if adopted requires the court nearly all of its work.
i well known in this city, recently had Politics
al that wavereth in his faith is like a Ocala in having himSimongst us and in Trop,

ov the misfortune to lose' his home by county judge in a county where this I SEC. :?6. Fixes six terms a year wave of the sea, driven with the said that Ocala not only sent him The Ti.f.hM M dwtr* .. htctor rt. ..MM'nitt

fire. The loss is estimated at $1500. court is established to be an attorney for this court. local coet-rwytrtm* o*.r au yitW4cditten ... '
m at law. % wind and tossed! messages of good will but what was ItS wKieh Uwjr ft.4 tfcmMrim ..... tt*

I SEC. 27. Provides for a prosecut- support ei the IMM1 Th ..
better had sent him and party y : t.ty w.
In beautiful language he followedup boys thatwe
Marion county has a much larger ARTICLE XXIV. .. .. .. ed. accerdiw to tiwk ..... .
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representation at the university than This simply proposes to authorizethe -.7 the career of the "unstable man" were prpna 01 tne fact that our have forgotun th.r 4*tjr to the party .difc* J

9d any county in the state except Columbia legislature to authorize municipal "county solicitor" and appointed by and showed how impossible it is for contribution was second only to the ticket enctn/at that the there MWT Urn.tt few.g rauadcd kjr ttf
the JolUr*comt* w
Since there is such <
governor. no home
the home 'ount-Lake City corporations to not tax any manufacturing him to succeed along any path of life. county. them for; "*p.. if < ihf .* tkwc para.

m affice as county solicitor possibly it He also marked the unsuccessfulcareer After Dr. Little's remarks the thouU read in the acooaM ot a teui thM a* ,.

Index. __ _ enterprise within its limits ..
means outpost on a fMla* tkc UM <* 8et .* ha*
:oI that it may see proper to exempt fora county prosecuting attorney of the "double-minded man," hymn "Our Country 'Tis of Thee," I allows vgfeuManljr the *.t r i6c to .**.a few -

I The University of Florida opened period not longer than fifteen years, but that office exists only in the few who is unstable in his ways and for was sung and the meeting closed. j;I guam ad a busy of a.*n OBnt tee. it MM fe.*

with two hundred scholars. This is counties that have criminal courts of his cleat that the art ..*.CMMo< treachery -Taf*
I for municipal purposes. If the people the space of thirty minutes preachedan During stay here Maj. T. C. Time.
the highest enrollment in its history. record hence in all the
nearly coun- Hall Dr. Sledd
intensely gave an automobile The Times i.
C think tnat the "manufacturing interesting practicaland I talking for ail tM
It* future is extremely: bright. ties there would be no one to name ride over the city and also a drive
to
n< _ enterprises" are so weak generally spiritual sermon. world like the Ocala BaB.r set tto
. : the county solicitor. Silver Springs and it is almost need-
e The of Florida is to need this On Sunday night Dr. Sledd democratic
orange crop now as kind of "protection, preached less to that average nevrepaper talked
say our distinguished
I SEC. 25. All offenses are triable visitor -
estimate at two million boxes and then they will adopt this amendment.It in the Baptist church to a very was not only charmed with the four and eight year ago but the ob.

the prices obtained range from f 1.40 is a matter that concerns the cities : by information. So grand jury needed large congregation.everyseat was occupied beauties of the latter but was also jects of our anathema then are BOW

t to $1.65 f. o. b. So says a correspondent and towns more directly than the but indictments returned into the and for nearly an hour he well pleased with O'jala and its sur occupying the front seal*in the coaa'cils

circuit court be tried in this roundings.,
R in the New York Packer. country. A manufacturing "enter- may. preached as eloquent and able a Dr. Sledd's visit of the. party if not in uRal eom-
will
court. long be
remembered -
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-. prise" that is unable to pay taxes sermon as perhaps was ever listenedto and his mand of the army aad perhaps the
The inoculation of the soil, which sermons and lecture -

can be done for one cent acre and like other people is usually little This pats too much power for wrong- in this city. He used for his text I we believe will be fruitful, of Times' eonteinporariwi are "wkkI
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benefit to doing in the hands of one man. the eleventh verse of the good results. for
, which will serve the same any community and is short eleventh front place four year benw. It
purpose as lived. SECS. 29, 30 and 31. Are not very chapter of Matthew is
: "Verily, I noted that
.: say In his 11(0\1 of the democratic
; $40 worth of fertilizer is one of the ARTICLE material. great speech at Baltimore -
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unto you, among them that are born national
, greatest of modern discoveries and The Senator John W. Daniel said that it campaign committee -
only feature in this is this. The SEC. 32. Provides that a petitionof of there hath
women not met in
risen New
, makes the world owe another a had often been remarked in this York the other day aadfive '
great original campaign
constitution required that all a majority of the registered votersis greater than John the Baptist." out of the
debt of that "General eve t had voted
gratitude to science. Apathy i
fc in
decisions of the supreme court be necessary to establish this court.I Dr. Sledd was exceedingly chaste for RcxeveU 0
command and the ta fee kt caw
: lion. George Peck author of free for publication by any person.In do not see that this court is need- and fluent in his choice of words and people are non- paigu.
committal
'Peck's Bad Boy," is the democratic 1896 the people amended this by ed in this state. We now have more his description of the rugged virtues and unexcited," but the It seems to
vast us, however '
gathering at tat ihwt
striking out the word "all" before circuit courts than and Baltimore convinced
candidate for governor of Wisconsin we need they of this heroic character could not republican items
him
that
that General
decisions. :Now by the present can easily do all the business. Attention had come are to regular
and in the
' bunch of gubernatorial pro have been more eloquent nor sublime apl t ring in the
on the field that paper*
General tpokM of
; by;
candidates i is posed amendment the word all is to I think this amendment should be and Interest is
( not the bad boy. In everyone was charmed with his the Times as
on the march paid ia.r .* .
be inserted and General Advance ar w *ft- .;'
goodness and capacity he is at the again. defeated. subject his diction and his mannerof has taken ible of easy annihilation
charge. and a ,ow..

: tnnnffhc1Lt' _. _no n'n. This is'all the writer can find in ARTICLE XXVII. deliverv.. opoortunlt\. nr.o.-.J. ._ *.1.._ -._ -.
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this amendment. The difference be- SEC. 20.Article 3of the constitution I On Monday morning Dr. Sledd to make itself dIw1bd.

"Men of today are choking themselves tween a provision of law that
says: prohibits special or local laws in certain ,visited the Ocala public school and BONE Answer the
FOOD argut. nt ',.,.
with luxuries. Oh! the "Decisions the )\
degra- supreme court Shallbe
enumerated cases, but excluded made a short but impressive talk to whelm them. Show
dation of such a scene. I shall not ," etc., and "All decisions of the Out the gun tt
from this prohibition certain laws effecting the pupils of the high school depart- speaks of
specify the scene. As foolish as a supreme court shall be," etc., the. are empty or at feat art8114
municipalities (towns and ment.
Sqft and loaded
bull fight. As vulgar as reddening writer will relegate to our last legislators -I I crooked bones mean with very dagwu >, nu.... -

the sand with a gladiatorial combat.Dr. to explain. cities.) In the Presbyterian church Monday bad feeding. Call the disease Show how it is that. a pot.ethv tariff
Now this amenment to Dr. Sledd
night
delivered rickets
proposes a if
on
Hills, of Plymouth church ARTICLE XXVI. very you want .to. The a manufactured cigar b helpful .. '
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prohibit the legislature passing interesting lecture on the subject of growing child I a handful
the automobile race. This amendment if must eat the of maa&f*.ittfr aad horvful
adopted. will special local laws education.
or regulating the right food for
make a radical change in our growth. Bones to whole trmy fIf .*..r MO**** :
More than 1,200 bouquets were distributed judici- jurisdiction and duties of municipal Owing to the stormy condition of I must have bone food Why U not the
: ary system in important blood oM time Fond$ vo"
last particulars officers regulating the of the weather the church :
year in Cook county practice was not must have blood food ton
and the and so growing farmer
people should know Mrtitid to tile
hospital by the Chicago Endeavorers. wnat municipal court assessment and crowded but we believe it would on through the list. same
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they are doing before measure of purtxUoo ** )II.
they vote on it. collection of municipal taxes have been had the weather Scott's .
Forty Christirn societies were represented openingand been less Emulsion is the Yborthenew.-.
It will right ht
change
eleven giw
sections of arti- conducting elections for municipal VI.Y .
in the Friday night concerts 1 I: '-_ :_-'''_', I __ threatening. treatment for snft hnn :_ I 5 %.faJ npf.... _....... u_ _...._
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given at the hospital. Four thousand juuifiary article-ot the officers regulating fees of municipal Appropriate hymns werejsung and I children. "DJ.
should .
Littlcdoseseverydav ..
constitution. The net 1111 11 cmaa.sk ,$.
principal
requests for prayer were received object is officers. Dr. H. W. Little who preached the give the stiffness and p

to establish "courts of record" in the shape I ment'err" MOM! M iwbottom1 u'*
from patients and a number brought state. Should any town or city desire baccalaureate sermon at the University that healthy bones shbuld have.! "
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to Christ. from the legislature a local law on of Florida last June and became Bow legs become .neet.r. w tt* i it dIII1

Taking the straighter another frat .|
up MM
: proposed amend MWta'.i eo''
any of the above subjects under this somewhat loose
The acquainted with its joints
editor of this
stronger
was grow nand
paper given ments and far .
by sections we find them to be every MM to MM. hi
I : amendment it could not be had. made firmness
conditions
some
a delightful very enthusiastic comes to
very concert
Friday SEC. 1. This simply vests the soft by the iweat o| hfe ....
judicial
<; ':. night by the Union Cornet Band, in This article also proposes to repeal happy and felicitioiw remarks heads.Vrong. -
power courts of
Iwhich was greatly enjoyed. This the other courts. record along with section 8, of article 8, of the constitution concerning it. \ food caused the The October .... .. Uw t

band which is one of Ocala's most SEC. 5. Appeals to the which gives the legislature .I Dr. Sledd said that education was trouble. Rght food will cure it, federate Yetma, nil C"'"t

popular colored organizations, expectt court from courts of supreme the power to establish and abolish a large subject and covered a multitude In thousands of cases Scott's some rngra ,; has e pic1'.

spend the carnival week in Jacksonville only in cases record of are obtainable provide for the government, jurisdiction of phases and it was impossible Emulsion has proven to be the ilis Irene Belt, of )k 'W1u..

and will furnish some good felony cases, that is, convictionin and powers, and alter and abolish in a brief address to cover tho whole right food for soft bones in Miss Pauline Sar*., fit Oc.U. -
c cases punish-
music! at that time. They play excellently able with death or same of municipalities. field and spoke principally on tduca chIldhood.Send. Florida iponwr an4 OM ., th*

confinment in the However, by the proposed amend cation it related to the of-honor
as
well and are always most ac- state prison. state anita for free sample. at U&wUent rtu4reun1o

comodatlng with their ment of section 24, article 3, the citizenship.He SCOTt BOWNE \IihTtk
music. A be 0.415 Chemllta, B.Hi aN ..
person fined
may any sum ofTT'1 legislature shall divide municipalities, said that the state educated 33c.as4o5 PearStreet Il1dn1gtIt41: New, Vort pictora &a4 aJd IVS$7 W


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Book was done on 1903 tax books and one i the value of my house and lot to exactly A Former Ocalalan Declines Honors in I am a democrat-not "a democrat We hope Mr. Sparkman will stand
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Mr Cljatt and the i with Mr. Broward the tariff
offsets the other. Mr. Sistrunk furnishes 'what I paid for it. I did not Indiana. still"-by blood, by association, by on
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were fortunate The atoms
T.!'. Mfcfcwef the OcU Banner
Mr.dyatt me a list of all lands redeemed kick at that, but I thought some of Mr. Edwin St. George Rogers, who service and by principle. I love my passed and we suffered no damage.
I hue been tax a"s'I' or
Since much valued information every year and the comptroller. fur- their valuations were too high and was born in this city and spent his party as I love my country. WhenI

ha. given me have still think and the same differ speak of party, I mean the prin
my
nishes me a list of all lands that so boyhood here, and who is now a
which he has never
for
under been sold and certified to the state to ences of opinion would arise, no mat prominent lawyer in Indianapolis, ciples that found expression whenever *

eharg'(! m8 m cent and I am know I be stricken from the tax books; this ter what five men did that job, but Ind., was recently nominated by the the hand of oppression was laid DOLLARHUMOR
him and I .
many obligation to list of state lands has not been received I cannot see what my assessments in populist party for attorney-general" upon the people, whether by King

that he f feel kindly toward me;there- the has to do with the board's George or by Wall street.I .
how far yet, and, therefore, Mr. Clyatt, country of the state. Mr. Rogers declinedthe

fere I WM surprised to tee or no other living man, can tell now assessments in the city. honor and wrote the following look and hope for the reclamation

be went out of hU way in last wt'ek'sBannt"r ALFRED A YER.I of our land from the grasp of monop
whether the balance will be in favor letter! which will be read with inter
to gate me a rap on my asnumrnU : I and
dem
oly greed through our great
of this year or last.I r est by his friends in this county:
of phosphate lots at Dunt.etitm I Turned Japanese Musician
I Ito ocratic organization, however errantit
To the Hon. Adam
Citra and can produce a long list of figures: j P. Hanna, state I
orange proves at knows what is to I I be
I One never going chairman of the may at times.
state- prove that quantities of lands havehad populist party.
MflMwh, and even questioned happen to a man when he begins to Parties, must, like men, make mis
board ofeewtty all the timber cut off and left Dear Sir-I have been informed
nU that I made to the grow old. We are reminded of this takes, great and small,* but there is
Mr. nothing but the poor sand hills to be through the press that the populist
eommlwionent. Clyatt fact upon learning that Judge A. 0. hope for reform when reason and patriotism
assessed, and phosphate mines have party in state convention nominated
h rvttfttUy mad and mad men always I Wright, a most estimable gentleman, become the guides.
what dis- I I been exhausted and left nothing but me for the high and responsible 'office
hoot wild and no matter for a long time a resident of Jacksonville I can never forget nor fail in my
books, the a hole in the ground to be assessed,, of attorney-general of this great
.*** a$*>. over the tax. .' has turned Japanese magician gratitude to your party for the loyal nb
the has all the t commonwealth of Indiana.
betweenami but, what under sun i
..**.**.1. always pushed in and composer. This distinguished I! support accorded the greatest democrat
do with the assessmentof There is in this state I
above got to ) no lawyer i I
k bet from both ..Ide:; gentleman studied the Japanese of today, William Jennings Bryan .
property in Ocala. I told these who might not be proud of this honor
If )Ir. Clyatt will go to Dunnellon national anthem and has translatedit I in the memorable campaign, of
gentlemen who are kicking about the and distinction at the hands of your
I.. wfM Had that he can buy the even into English and set it to the musicOf I i 1896 and1900.
county assessment that they reminded party-a party that numbers its adherents I
iw.tml lot-, referred to In his ar- America. Copies of the same can I do not'wish to play the role of I FromPiniplestoEczema
me of two little boys who were in in this state by the thousands -
Md.. f* r IfM than half as much as I be obtained for 25 cents by applying prodigal son. There is no necessity
him, swimming, when the big boy ducked to say nothing of its power I
U* edt numbered one will cost to Wright & Co., Jacksonville.The for killing the fatted calf for me, fpr I
ande.tu44able. the town kid he came out crying and and influence in many of the states;ja
a.d that my assessment is fair following is the style of the I am the son that has stayed at home I:
said that he did not mind the duck party many of whose principles are
Therefore, he I is: mistaken beautiful heroic anthem: I with the old man. I have never I
ing'but was crying because the country near and dear to the hearts of true I
that there is no "0 ta li "hankered" after association with
to M. conclusion wa phu yam I I"swine" I
odd number If he will go boy! was not ducked also. Tu tri to chan ta sam, democrats; a party whose name is a and "husks" have never

Nek ia I scatt4t4ag When the board met to equalize Wen nix cum rus. guarantee of its good faith and honest I: From Infancy
he will find same I appealed to me as being palatable.
to Melnto treesBet lOOt assessments, I stated to them Ted Dru Svel tain ta klaci, purposes; a party whose principles -
the little Whatever its misfortunes resulting
orange* on that when I went into office one year He get de nom mi nam I in many particulars are closely .
alt they had last year Par Kur luf un kee sam, I from falling into bad company, I prefer i
a* many I found property in Ocala greatly related to the true principles of the .
would call them bearing ago At e so pus." .1 I [ to remain loyal to the principlesof to Age
one
am no that people were allowed democratic party in that they both
depressed;
referring to the act of .Translation: I my party, believing as I do, in its
SIMM. By to live in fine houses just to stand for the people as opposed to i
't+1 he will find a law requiring tax "Oh, what a fool I am, I I ultimate_ triumph over evil influences, To those wlo hart iu2tre4 baf *e4topeltiily
and I
value all non-bearing keep up insurance and paid no rent; To try to chant a psalm, oligarthy plutocratic government I and in the realization of its high purposes fro= Baser .! tee BteoJ,
1
.t-NOn6 to farming that even some stores were occupiedby When Nix cum ru?, I and for a government of, for and by and destiny, Skin,and Scalp,and who km lost fettle
t common in doctors nedlcintf, and aU thtsjih&fiuo
orange groves people who paid little or no rent. Ted Roosevelt ain't a clam the people-and coming to me as did ,
to the tax books ,CUTlCUfi A Sup,OlataUSt,I&4
land.. By referring assessed thesefiver Now the same houses are renting I He get the nominam this nomination, unsougnt, I can but I Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Monroe have Pill appeal with a fort hardly<
t* will find that I have at from ten to twenty dollars a Parker loves Uncle Sam appreciate most keenly this evidenceof returned home after an absence of milled. Enrr hops t"rr upetUttea
best
much higher than the and store is in demandat At Esppus." your party's confidence.In ; about six weeks. They spent a couple awakened by tttra tee .*..awn taafulfilled.
month every '
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kick was More treat earn art dally
fanning land, and if a a fair price; therefore I thoughtthe Cannery .at Delray. expressing to you my thanks for of weeks most delightfully at Asheville made fcy them tata fey all ct&tr 8klaAemedla

& wade the county commissioners time had come when they oughtto A big cannery is soon to be established this token of your high regard you N. C..and then went north, combined a bgU Mt, toitlal
of in- often added U
instead but ont delta biag
e would have to reduce ; go over the property and equalizethe at Delray on the East Coast.It will permit me to give you my reasons where they were for about three cue the moat dUtxtsttef curs ef tortes

rmt* the value of said groves. assessments. I am sure that the [ will be the most complete one in for declining the high office with weeks leg, dUfigviof humor,,* *&* ,r..at,

41 )Ir. Clyatt produces a long increased array! commissioners had no friends to reward the south and will cost $150,000 and which you would honor me, and to The Tampa Herald says that itcovers and ttctiap scalp, and with ififUffioatifisi ten of bit of vfeta is* lita all

of figure to prove that the or enemies to punish and that will employ from thirty to fifty express the hope that at some day Tampa like the sunshine. else..tAu..

value of real e.Ute, outside of Ocala man on that board was tryingto hands. This factory will print its not far distant, we may be able to I Ijoin Th t's classic but its headlines look IU.CIdnII't.

comer from the state lands that havebeen I every his sworn duty, to the best of own labels and make its own cans forces in battle against the common -j like the paper itself had been hit -.,,k Mb,*!r vts;H""1.'I" *e"rte. ,............. K.......-.
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The Gaves-cn News (Den) says: -

"Jud d Parker is a great peacemaker. WE NEED HARD CASH ti11
Dr. BUtch left last week for Quin- ;3p W
He made Gorman and Raymond shake I
cy, III. He will be absent about three i i
hands.! He made Belmont and Tag- :
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week
FUKNISHISGS
.. >'.. a of our FURNITURE and HOUSE i
:. gart swear undying friendship for And hi ord-V to turn quickly coin ) I ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Wever of Ocala
were
each"other. He'made Tammany put into that useful commodity /e will, from October to Novembe: si: sell anyp I I :. ..
In our city last week visiting Mrs.Wever .

uio has been on the sick list. up its tomohawk which it had raised : ece of goods in the house! at a dis rount of 10 per cent. This is no Jap.. i;" $ dream I II

over the head of Mr. Hearst. He got u r
Mr. Sandifer was In. Ocala Friday. I u v or Kiwsian i j.ik- ; Mice the goo !s you have priced before, and see for vccur. elf. -'_
Mr. Bryan on the stump, He assuagedthe
Mr.and Mw. Ferguson were in Ocala i I -
ruffled feelings of Gov. Hogg. He iy
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Saturday. made Hill and vl urphy walk arm in 1 J.A. PITTMAN 1'iISON W
Mr. Guy Butch returned home ,
arm. In fact, he seems to have
Monday from Albion, sick. THE: FURNITURE MEN.
pleased all disturbed persons except I
Mr. W. T. Akin and family are en- -

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ing on the coast. -
Mrs. Some voters of the state we are TEXTILE WORKERS GATHER. I II CHILDREN'S' HOME !isDESTROYED
Brigance, of Ocala, is the I 1:1- ,

guest of Mrs Joe Akin, of this place. told will vote for Holloway to spite Annual Convention Has.- Opened at II

\S J. Willis came near losing his Shcats; some to spite the state committee Lowell, Mass. BY FIRE --

-home by fire Monday but ; some for political regularity.But Lowell, MASS, O?t 20.-The annual ,
fortunatelythe
convention of the Textile Association .
it should be remembered that a I
flames were extinguished before of America opened yesterday. The i I

any damage was done. moral issue is at stake in which is involved session was devoted almost entirelyto Fatal Blaze Occurs at Shelby- !! GOLD WE THE

the interest schoolchildren committees and
Mr*. Hadsock, of Archer, is the of 80,000 being appointed vilie Illinois.
routine \\ork.secretary ,
and these numbers to increase
guest of her sister, Mrs. Sanders.Mr. are Albert Hib-bert reported .

J. F. Hall and family, of Ocala, from year to year. It no that conditions; in the textile trade TWO LIVES ARE REPORTED LCST
of had made it impossible to create a sentiment iI
longer becomes'a question party or I
have moved into our burg and ,
are a question of politics, but it is a j I I in favor of organization with Fire Broke Out: While Children Were I IS COMING !
making their home with Mr. and I the result 'that membership had de- i iI
conscience and Asleep, But All Were Saved :
Mrs Hame. We welcome them, to question of pure creased. The raising of the per cap Except iI i

oar midst. simple. ita tax was a contributing cause to Two, Who Were Overcome by the I I

the loss, but he held the Increase wise.
The organ for the school has arrived During the early part of Novemberthe The Smoke and Heat. I
number of unions In good standIng

and the pupils enjoy the morning exercfoes state reunion of confederate veterans is 130, a loss of 27. ShelbyvilU, Ill., Oct. 20.The Mid- I i

with strains of sweet music. will be held in Ocala. Gx-Gov. The secretary told of efforts to set dleswork Children's home was destroy !

tie the trouble. the Fall ed by fire today. Although the flames '
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Henry Pinkney (colored) is in pos- Fleming has chosen as sponsor for Touching
OUR LINE OF
River strike, he said: were discovered while the children i
ession of the local Miss Julia Telfair
a stray horse. Owner camp I
can "This.strike has been on now for 12 were in bed and asleep, all but two .

have tame for reward. PHILL. Stockton, who has invited Miss"Eliz weeks and the people are just as de- were saved. | rF I Y

abeth Legare Fleming and Miss Kate termined to resist this reduction asthey The dead: f
LIFE AT BCLLEVIEW.ptUl I
Hewes Freeland to be her maids of were on the first day of the struggle Alfred Petersson, 9 years old. LADIES JACKETS
," Charles Peterson, 11 years old.
Corre potideac Ocala Banner. Jacksonville Metropolis.
honor.
In Ws address President John Gold- There were 31 children sleeping in :
Mw. L. R. Thomas and son, Beek- -APlantatioQ the ..
upper rooms of the home which ;

man, left Thursday for 'Palmetto, was a 3-story frame and brick build

where they will make their future for I ing. One of the older boys was IS HER.E I

home. ) ent aroused by the smell of smoke and -

gave the alarm. j ji
Mr. D. W. Bonne in town last i
was The children rushed to the stairways :

week. lIe is thinking of moving his For 1905 X X X but before all had escaped t. i I

family here from Winter Park, where flames and smoke cut off that means ,1

of egress and several children reached J Jj
they recently moved. j
the ground by leaping from the -
upper
The Hanne's home was the of All We Wart is to Have
scene story windows to the roof of an You Look Qt Then) I Itndithe

a merry gathering Friday evening for The property belonging to the estate of Abram Martin J situatedin extension to the building.It .

the first candy pulling of the season. the eastern partion of Sugar Hammock, comprising a plantation is believed that the two children (! Sale Will CcmpIeted. We I
of about 500 acres under fence ( a new wire fence), about who '
Miss Hattie Smith left Friday for a 350 acres of which are in fine state of oultivation, is for rent were burned were overcome by Have All Ktodslof Jackets Prices
the smoke and they had made no effort j
short vacation which she will next ;year.These
spendin I i
lands are regarded as of the best quality and are well adapted to escape. J 1
Palatka.Jacksonville and Williston. for the cultivation of all the crops produced in this section. 1i i
Apply to GERMANY AND J !
Miss Eunice McGaghin left for her GEORGIA.

home in Ocala Sunday after a pleas- "Entente Cordiale" Established Be. $ 50 TO $20.00. i.

anti it to her sister, Mrs. Lucius. DAVID S. WOODROW Ageqt tween the Nations. I ij

Mr. William Smith and baby are f Atlanta, Oct. 20.-Germany and

visiting at Oxford. Ocala, Fla. Georgia have established an "entente j

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good fellowship
,west of here Monday night, after an The honor and integrity of I en said that the textile industry nOl were exchanged Tuesday between the ,

illness of eleven months. The funeral party should not be paid as the priceof alone of this country, but of every kaiser, represented by Dr. Erich
country In the world, where cotton
was held Tuesday afternoon, interr- rendering the primary system immune Zoepffel-Quellenstein, his majesty's THE
i manufacturing is carried on, has been t
enemies.It consul In Atlanta, and Governor Ter. 1
the attacks its !
ment in the Belleview cemetery. from passing 'through one of the greatest I
rell of
Georgia.
Mw. Nix is survived by a husband has been shown to the people that depressions ever experienced and he
The visit was arranged for before I
and one child. \ Mr. Holloway is personally unfit for gave as the reasons, in his opinion the hand. Dr. Zoeffel-Quellenfitein's A
short crop of raw material and wile secretary BOSTONSTORE.
a JOSH. the head of the school system of the speculation. M. Noculak called at the gov

FLCMIRGTON state and the party's honor should President Golden uged; serious work ernor's office on. Monday and asked

not "be sacrificed for his benefit.- and said: if the governor would be in Tuesday

Windy and rainy weather is the "Our northern manufacturers when. morning, and stating that the German
Herald.
topic of the day. Tampa ever they desire to reduce wages or consul would like to pay him a visit .

Increase the hours of labor, raise the the governor would be In his omce .
Robert Chitty, who has been on The fireworks displays at the Jacksonville
timeworn cry of southern competition.The that time, and, accordingly, yesterday
the lick lint for the past week, is carnival, October 24th-29th,
up great trouble is they have not diversified morning, Dr. Zoepffe -Quenenstein, In .
again. will be the largest ever seen in the their product. When the his consular' uniform and wearing his

Quite a number of our young folks southern states. Think of Judge couth commenced building mills a few insignia and orders, accompanied by [ U -_

attended social at W. W. Geiger'sat Parker's portrait in the fire four I years ago the northern mills- made no his secretary called at the executive: el
I preparation for branching out. A more office.
Geiger last Friday night. hundred square feet. Almost see it liberal
policy will have to be adoptedby Dr. Zoepffel-Quellenstein was cord. _

Mr. Robertson and wife and :Miss from here. our northern mill men and the cries ially greeted by the governor, and a

Callie Bouchillon were the guests of for cheap machinery ai"cheap help pleasant quarter of an hour was spentin ..
The willingness of Mr.Cleveland to must be abandoned"TRAMP -
Mr. and Mw. S. P. Geiger at Geiger talking over things in general. The

help his party in a speech is undoubted German consul likewise made a for HY ROBINSON, President

Saturday since he consented in the heightof BURNED HER HOME. mal call on Mayor Howell. Governor So It HUTCH Moonset

Mixson Bros. have sold their mercantile Terrell and Commercial Bank
Mayor Howell of
the fishing season.-Atlanta Jour- will formally Ocala
business to Mr. B.:M.: Scruggs, nal. J Widow Struck Down Building.at Door of BlazIng return these calls at an early BSAKCH OF COMUE2CIAL? BAKZ OP JACKSW71LLS.

of Mclntosh. Mr. Scruggs is a nice date. Capital Stock 50000.
Surplus and Undivided
Wins ted, Conn.. Oct. 20.-Mrs. Sa Profits 33,998.14.
The in Texas is reported
young man and the writer wishes pecan crop i rah Chllds, 70 years old, a soldier's; DOUBLY SURE OF DEATH. .

him much success in his business. short this year. The dry summer widow, was felled at her home in Ne- .,4 !!

Mr. )[. J. Mixson, wife and daughter I did great damage to the crop. I paugh, an Isolated settlement in the : Syracuse Attorney Took Laudanumand

.. town of New Hartford, by a tramp who Then Chloroform.
were the guests of Mr. and M rs. [ An enthusiastic Indiana newspaper had set fire to her home, and who left Syracuse, N. Y. Oct. 20.-Edward

8. P. Geiger at Geiger last week. refers to Bryan as "the finished product her stricken down at the door of the 0. Johnson, an attorney 42 years old,

Some of the farmers are busy ship- i of the Infinite." blazing building.A was found dead in bed at his home

ping their vegetables. little before the assault she had here, having committed suicide by

left her house after refusing food to drinking laudanum and ,
placing
There is still a quietness about the a towel A : or
"Gold," said Senator John W. the man, who then threatened het soaked with chloroform over his

Daniel his Baltimore speech, "has campaign-_state u __and_ _national.SECURES ___ ,with the"words, "You will hear from head.
me later. In her absence the tramp Johnson was executor of
several
become the standard of the A VERDICT.Five estates -
coup entered her vacant house, set one I and it Is said that there had
.try and that's the end of fire in her kitchen
it. Thousand Dollars Damages II and another in an been some irregularities in his ac
Protection has been the standard Awarded by Court. upper room. When :Mrs. Childs re- counts. One of his clients had been

of the country for many years, Dalton, Ga., Oct. .17.-A verdict has turned, she met the vagrant at the ordered to make a report as executrixof
door. He
struck her down and ran. an estate In
been rendered surrogate court. When
but how comes it that the in Whitfleld superior
people
are By the time the old
court for 5,000 in favor of woman regained the case came up last week it was re .
dtaatisfied and are still making it an William her feet the fires inside were burning ported that Johnson DOES A
McNally against the Crown Cotton had fallen downstairs GENERAL BUNKING BUSINESS.
ACeD
tune How comes it that the democrat oills, of Dalton. fiercely, and she stood by and saw and was unable to be in at. UNTS SOLICITED
her home and its contents nearly devoured tendance. Similar
are not satisfied with the The plaintiff claimed that he was excuses had been
by the
hurt through the negligence of th flames. offered in other. estates In which he -
Philippines policy, that the e Mrs. Childs
gave a -
nmills description of her wan Interested. ;
people have twice sanctioned by the foreman not having instructed assailant to Sheriff MIddlebrooks, of A servant !
him in his was attracted to John.son's _iii!
duties, and that he was Winsted r'"i >!fI2
their votes at the polls? No, no, Inexperienced and The and his deputies and a possascoured room by the strange actions of '
green.
defenssclaimed
the vicinity most of last night the family We have
dog.Treasure
there has not come'an end that just received
to the by exercise of ordinary and today, but found no trace of the our Fall line of
money issue nor will there come an care the accident could have been man. -

end to it for many years yet tfl avoided. Seattle, Wash.Ship's, Oct Stormy 20.-The Passage.steamer I ;

come. Few Mills Chartered. I Prize Fight Arranged. Garrone has arrived from Nome
with 29 passengers and $300, OO IIO\[
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. New York gold. \ & ,
John Beard is making a national 17.-During the Oct. -A match f* Che entire trip south was exception. I1AT
past few
months but few factories $18-000 asa side bet was arranged ally stonY -
reputation in the present campaign, have been chartered In. the state today between Young Corbett (William any tjm&. ere. being- no let up at iID

which fact la particularly pleasing to during the whole year only nine cot Rothwell) and Jabez White, the Macon

hi* friend Handsome, eloquentand ton mills and five knitting mills have English lightweight champion. The J Plumbers on Strike rz
Macon
Ga. Oct.
,
he is been granted charters. Friday the battle will take place In London 19.-A strike Is ann The largest stock in Ocala.
flowery, particularly fascinating o in Macon, and for all the journeymen We give
state chartered the Trolllngwood Nov. 30. Charles Mitchell Cj the you
Manufacturing
to the fairer sex, who in part fortlerheavyweight plumbers of this city care, the pipes best values for the least
company at Haw river, prize fighter, conducted of money.
:Macon
compose hit audiences, and is a votecatcher which is to make the negotiations can pop with very freeze
yarns, warps and on behalf of White. Fourteen
also. He has spoken in In fabrics of cotton, wool or other textile An odd feature .f the matoh It that class journeymen plumbers of that
in Macon Chambers
went on a strike
diana and other western states and is materials capital stock being; Charles White, the American refer Monday when there I Shoe Company f.
$125,000, and B. S. Robertson: and John ee, will officiate. It was agreed theboth t held "was a meeti&i ,
in Ohio. John deserves at Fidelity
now itumping halt on Cotton
av The
<11 H. Trolllnger being'the principal sides would abide by his internr* One Prise H1r te.
Joe praIse 0' his party. stockholders. Utlon! cf t is Q ir.,,.,ibcrry rules. enue. They demand more pay and L OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
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' stautlal stories, attributed to coirt CALLS FOR VOLUNTEERS.

EPISODE circles, are told of the failure of the I AGENTS FOR -
Russian left, from where Kuropatkin : German Government Regards Situa

aimed his chief blow. The Russian tion as Serious.

FAR EASIER!) \WAR commander is stated to have had two Berlin, Oct. 17.-The government Syracuse Planet jr.

and a half army corps there, with one evidently regards the situation in

_. and a half corps in reserve and they South Africa as increasingly serious

Fighting Between the Shakhe are said to have been beaten and owing to .theVitbois outbreak. ; Chilled -- 'Farm aidGarden

thrown into a state of confusion bordering A circular has been sent to the soldiers .

nlr and Y antni. on a rout, it being now only of the reserve in Berlin askingfor I

I a'question of the magnitude of the a large number of volunteers for :

BLEEPING SOLDIERS BAYONETED defeat. According to these stories, service in Southwest Africa, especiallyartillerymen .
Plow.( '
Kuropatkin was really feinting on his and men belonging to = Toc1s.i' .

Moat D.f rMe and Sanguinary front, having only three corps with other technical arms. The circular I .. .

one general in reserve along the whola indicates the probability of heavy .
Gr.*s Eastern War-St. P:: rsurg;; reInforcements :.
center and right.MILITARY. being sent to Southwest
In Greet Supene-Believed Kuropatkin'i Africa. Drills and Hand Cultivators.

r> Afivance Disastrous. ACTIVITY. Later it was announced that cable

t )1U"d&&, Oct. 17.-One of the bloodt Russian communication with Swakopmund cables MARION HARDWARE COMPANY
Railroads Disorganized by I that it is reported that the
I t {**t uAl_ ui tae uw. iterate Cgnuiisvttttttu Gochas ,
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that
military activity is every.
! tW- village! of Cndotiuia, west ot: the where noticeable in southern Russia, -

Kttrua.l. and oa the ueisajtmng says'a Times dispatch from London. ChamberJain's Cough Remedy. .
l .u... want of the railway. The The military transport authorities No one who is acquainted with its tJrote toul11.
f Jspaeesr bad been driven those estimate ......,..- S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,
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that the through be - -
carrying ca' good qualities can surprised at the "
jawltk411 with terrible losses, out on pacity of the Siberian railway during rn BIGGS..
great popularity of Chamberlain'sCough
! Gut U tbe jr continued such a inuitler- the next six months will be 35,000 m nand ,
' oua artillery fire that it became neeery the necessary stores. On that Remedy. It not 'only cures ATTORNEYATLAW.Office S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

I I fur the Rusdans to withdraw basis Russia would be able by a planto colds and grip effectiually and per- OCALA.( in Gary-Agnew'. Block.FLORIDA)

the railroad, however being held. detrain in Manchuria the last contingents j manently, but prevents these diseasesin -

The same evening the Russian commafelvr of 150,000 men from European resulting in pneumonia. It is alsoa RD. FULLER I.. F.BLALOCK Livery, Feed and Sale Stables

gave imperative orders to re- Russia, or 200,000 men, if the Assistant
.cCl1l'l Kndotilua The Zaraisk reg-. transport of general supplies could be certain cure for croup. Whooping DENTIST.Over .
i lraumt without firing a single shot, temporarily reduced. i cough is not dangerous when this Munroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala,Fla.- "We carry the most completeline

otaretki under cover of the darkness In the meantime the railway system remedy is given. It contains no of Harness, Saddles, etc.,
M. THOMPSON
ted bayoaeted several battalions of of southern Russia is disorganized opium or other harmful substance J _
I the Japanese many of whom died by the diversion for war traffic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. in central Florida, and will giveour
and may be giv en as confidently toa
as they sUpt A few Japanese es of locomotives and cars so that Ottice over Tea-pot Grocery Opp.Montezuma. the
adult. It is also OCALA. FLA. patrons very lowest ,
only about 150 grain laden baby as to an
J tA_ aaJ sought shelter in stacKS oft cars are
. CblfHtH corn but the Russians carried now delivered daily to Odessa. pleasant to take. When all these j prices. We are thoroughly
.
facts taken into consideration it E'DWIN SPENCER.
are
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away bjr the frenzy of revenge, -
rufthed upon the survivors and litter' Hiding in the Swamp is not surprising that people in for- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, equipped for fitting out turpen-
Macon, Ga., Oct. 17.-Charged with
ally tore up their bodies with bayo- the murder of Louis Dillard, an old negro eign lands, as well at home esteem OCALA. 7-8-y FLORIDA tine and lumber teams, gear,
teta The Russians then rolled them. this remedy very highly and very few
blacksmith, of South Macon John r 'c :'I t,1Y :.:
k"C
f are willing to take any other after wagons, etc. '
mires tn tho Japanese blankets. E. CHASE. iifj : 7' .
J
Tucker and Matt Altman, two white
I c
used it. For sale ... _. .!.
fbe lIelt morning the Japanese having once by >Ii .at: w
'4atB fthtlltd out the regiment while men, are hiding out in the swamps I all druggists. m DENTIST OCALA FL- We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
about 8 miles from Macon. As
soon Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm 'Va .
t&., artillery came on at a run and !On
as the negro died at the city hospitalas DAVIS ITINERARY. North Side Court House. .. Ot'iilu. Flit
feared a position east: of the railroad. the result of a blow over the head CARLOS L. SISTRUNK,

ordered the ...
.Apia Ckotral Kuropatkin
axle -- ---
with a wagon a coroner's inquestwas
i Speech-Making Tour of Candidate for ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
RttMlant to retake the position, but i held, and the death was chargedto the Vice Presidency.: Room 4, Masonic Building.Ocala. Fla. S 8 21 ismusssssss..u.s.
ilk e4i Tucker, Altman being implicated :
Elwood, W. V a., Oct. 17.-Henry G.
The RttMtaBi could not reach the Jap-
as accessory. Dillard was a
negro Davis, accompanied by Senator Daniel
We keep full stock of
toete trrochM, so withering was the blacksmith, well liked and respectedin and W. C. Daly a local speaker, left : a I
JaHM &re, and only a few returnedto South Macon. Until he died it Parkersburg early this morning for UNIVERSITYFLORIDA LOOK FOR

.h.,., the men charged from. was thought Tucker and Altman would Old Joe
Ripley, a place off the main line of the T"ESEAL
U lOIN easel the companies were surrender themselves to the authorities -OF- I
road, where a rally was held. The
co..dofId. by sergeants after the but now that he is dead it Is candidate rejoins his party of cam -: =,Q j Old Velvet,
,... effims, had fallen.
hardly thought they will show up in
I paigners this afternoon at Point Pleas :
OM om Hr. his face streaming with some time. The deputies of the sheriffs -

b1o 4. Hatped up to a general who office are making every effort to antAt Ravenswood-. Davis was cor. c Old McBrayer,

,*s (ttrtousVhre : arrest them. dially received by a large gathering.Both I
"\ 1s your company" asked he and Senator Daniel made Mark Rogers,
Telephone Girls on Strike. I
ttt ftcoral. brief speeches. The orators accompanying I i
Portland. Ore., Oct 1K.About 15telepLone & i
"TWi Is all that Is left of it, replied Mr. Davis continued the Old Charter
redular
girls have quit work in the ,
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> Ue officer. at the CALSS PROVISIONFOR
offices of the Pacific States itinerary today, touching FIRST
general I
Tfc wrtlltery fight Wednesday was
and Hunt-
towns between Parkersburg
here
Telephone company completely I Mt. Vernon
It wu like a slaughter house.
Ington. where the rally is to be held ,
the telephone system of the
tying up
the tlcmet of the war. The JapaBe -
tonight and where the Davis special Q A.'ew Gymnasium t
.. bandied their guns superbly and city. is to remain over Sunday. ODY' Splendidly Equipped. : Cascade and
Cbo splendid positions. ked A Faculty of Most i
IFlre ; Three Perish. JMliNiScholarly Speoahste. I
Schooner
Tkelr inns seemed to have every Consumptives Made Comfortable. I ..
Highland! Light Mass.. Oct. 17.- Onruetto. I Other High
I + measured. They would concentrate is cured MORALS
age 3-masted schooner Elwood Barton Incipient consumption by Sound Morals the Basis
: the flre of two hundred guns first The Foley's Honey and Tar but we do of Good Citizenship. :
Captain William, was wrecked on .
and then on another. not hold out false hopes to consump- : Grade Whiskies.
r t on one place Peaked Hill bar during the night and Address: TEE PSESIDECT, Lake City,Ha-
, Some of the Russian regiments were tives by claiming that it will cure
the ,captain and two seamen perished.The
literally shot to pieces. The born this dread disease in the advanced .
mate and two other sailors were I
Urdmeot reached a climax at 5 p. In.. rescued from floating wreckage. stages; but if the lungs are not too Burnett Headquarters for

when the Japanese tried to envelope far gone Foley's Honey and Tar will Jerry

tad break through the Russian left I Iwlac. Meeting of Importance. affect a cure as it stops the racking $ Anheuser Bush Beer, *

Pittsburg, Oct. 17A meeting: cough and soothes the inflamed air Merchant r

seemingly of great importance to iron passages giving them a chance to Bottle and Draught.Write .

fit Petersburg, Oct 15-5:22 p. m.- and steel interests, has been held heal, and even in the advanced

T& Hence of the Russian authorities Heads of all of the United stages it always gives comfort and Tailoring.;
al this critical hour is heart-break. States ere. Steel corporation subsidiary relief. A. A. Herren.of'Finch. Ark., : for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. WeS

(i'i fer tie public. partments were present from de-I writes: "Foley's, Honey and Tar is Ocala Florida. want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.
r' Not a single official word has been parts of the country. For two the best preparation for coughs and Finest Imported'and
s fitta out to relieve the suspense ajifl steel manufacturers discussed ma lung trouble. I know that it has :
the Cloths.
Domestic .
t anxiety for over f I hours, and the pub- ters and from one of the conferees cored: consumption in the first stages. I oCLAHOUSE WINE ROOMS

? no II cuortBml that It can only mean It was learned that the strikes at For sale by Postoffice Drug Store. m Cutting a SpecialtyFits ,

i that General Kuropatkln'a world-pro' Youngstown, 0., were the principal! t Guaranteed. e OCALA FLORIapL..s..s..s..s.s..a

t' m>edydrance bas ended In com- topics. Nothing was given out, but Hay For Sale. .- -. -
f disaster with such frightful It is said that the fight will be con At 7oc per cwt. 8. H. Gaitskill,. -

.ei that then will stagger Russia tinned- McIntosh, Florida 518 tf d w. fOII .. IIOmANDTARCluPes

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I try bombardment-At noon the Rus- The Outlook in Indiana.The $&&$&Vt
RUSSIANS FLEEING dan right began falling back but the wEF
in Indiana does not
outlook ITCHING g
attack on the Russian center and left AIn

weakened perceptibly.The present an entirely rainbow appearance .

BEFOBEJANDYANCE infantry fire slackened *n for the republicans The Indianapolis < + k

a evening, but the rifle fire continuedwith News the leading ind little intermission throughout the
ent republican of that l'tate. I }
paper 1 M
Most night
Late Battles Raged With
Awful The Japanese today (Thursday. Oct. recently printed the following from July, 1S3J, I began to breakout with This is the disagreeable '

Carnage. 13) renewed their attack and the its special correspondent on the political Eczema on tit)> head, legs and arm1*, And .
began treatment with 1 liVrtl doctotd, but
RUSSIAN LOSSES ARE 30,000 battle proceeded with carving successes conditions now obtaining in did not jrcl much relief. They raid the disease N w : r old fashioned

t but on the whole, favorable to : Indiana. This corres.pondent says: had! \(e0tue chronic I then quit them i / 1 4.{ylM
the Japanese as the Russians continued and tried t various ointments and coup for
i Reports from Front Indicate that the to give ground. i "There is a general feeling of indifference another two \cans but AS stun AS colt l way to make bread.

Farces of the Mikado Have Mad The Russian wounded are being I all over Indiana. N6 one i is weather rame t w a*as tad oil as e'er to I .
finally decided to let medicine Alone, and
DIstinct Gains and Russians Are sent north to Harbin.MILLIONAIRES : diseasing politics and no ono seems for twelve or thirteen years did nothing

Being Sorely Pressed. to care anything about it. It i is this towards curing the Kcmnn, except bath
t I SEEK OFFICE. ing. This seemed to do about a, muchgood
Tf"U" Oct 15-7 p. m.-Field MarOjuna. indifference that makes it impossible as anything I Lad tried.

atal estimates the Iwisslaaeu Six Men Figuring In Westchester Pot to give any idea of what the result During the time I lost about one-half oi
my hair. I began S. S. S. doubtful of <
UM at 30,000. The fighting itics Worth $65,500,000. in this state will be in November. cure, because the disease had run w long. L-i--] :; ::. ._ _
L eeMteue* and the Russians retir- '. .
are New York, Oct. 17.Westchester About much dissension exists in but soon discovered your medicine wa ,. :.I' ; _
I.,. General Kuropatkin evIdently county presents a group of millionaires as doing me good, and continued to take it

U cnnbicjlj defeated. in a fight for political honors the republican party as in the democratic I used seven bottles, when I was com UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKER
pletely cured not having single spot ot)
which The difference is that
probably cannot be matched In party.
body, which before was almost completely
my
Tbkie, Oct. 15.-Noon.-The heavy the country. The total wealth of the it is going to be a great deal harder covered }:. C. NORFOLK.

fixfcttef continued yesterdaj. The re five candidates and one of the party to line the for their 1017 Hackberry St., Ottumwa, la. ,
girt* from the field last night indicate up republicans 1 e
leaders in this section is $65,5QO,000.John ,
that all three Japanese armies I E. Andrus, mayor of Yonkers, ticket than it is to get the democrats The head, feet and hands are usuallythe This is the new and up-to-

mad dUUnct General Otn : parts affected, though the disease ap
gains. who is the Republican, candidate for back. pearson other 1 parts of the body While external date way You do not touch <
captured ten gun, making his record is and o.
worth the
congress 140.000,000, while "Do It ToDay"The applications allay itching \
far the battle 35. The fighting in ais Democratic opponent, J. Harvey burning temporarily,it is the acids thrown the dough takes just / -

the Tietaity of Benzihu continues. The Bell, of Yonkers, a former mayor oi timeworn injunction, "Never off by the blood that cause the irritation ; ; 3

report 4oea cot mention the situation put oft 'til to-morrow what you can do and eruptions upon the skin. The acid minutes 3. '
that city estimates his wealth at $15/ must be neutralized and the system cleans. to thoroughly mix ii .
trctIg the isolated Russian column. 000,000. to-day," is now generally presentedin 'F e
ed of all humors and poisons before the
Francis M. Carpenter banker and this form"Do it to-day!" That is cure is permanent. and knead with this machine .

i Held Headquarters of the Second real estate man who is running oa the terse advice we want to give you S. S. S. is guaranteed

Japanese Army Oct. 13. 5:30 p. m, the Republican ticket for senator ia about that hacking cough or demor- entirely free Why don't you try one r 1'4-
?U funD, Korea, Oct. 15.-Fuller die of Potash, Arsenic
alizing cold with which have been
the
you
twenty-second district is rated at
and other miner
rUktn reports give increased important 500000. He lives at Mount Kisco, struggling for several days, perhaps S S S als. Book on th Make life easier. We sell ,, \ \

to the victory achieved yesterday and was formerly county treasurer. weeks. Take some relibale remedylfor skin and its diseases -

tjr the left army. Twenty-four The Democrats have nominated it today and let that remedy be Dr. sent free. them on trial, and the Price

retreat Haitian began runt were togetherwith captured when many the ri- against him Richard. Tighe) Wainwright Boschee's German Syrup which has furnished Medical free.advice has been reduced to I ;r

club man of Rye. who shared been in use forjover thirty years. A .
elL The Russians lost heavily in The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga
the 'TIghe millions" to the extent of few doses of it will undoubtedly re- !
coaster attacks. the Japanese loss
1000000. leive your cough or cold, and its con- ) f k
feting much smaller. The advance "
J. Mayhew Wainwright the fifth tinued use for a few .days will cure I ') $2.00--
,
continued all day the Russians re i
member of the rich contingent and a you completely. No matter how j
.
treating Wore it. it
brother of Richard Tight Wainwright, deep-seated your cough, even if dread ,

has been put forward by the Republicans consumption has attaked your lungs ERRYS Sold Exduslvel'byMarion --
St. Petersburg.. Oct. 15.-1:18 p. in.
Unofficial as the nominee for assembly in German Syrup willl surely effect a
reports from the battle-
field the second: district. The second Mr. cure as it has done before in thou-
are more encouraging this morn Hardware
There has Wainwright counts up his money hold sands of apparently hopeless cases of MEET Company.
ing. been no rout. bent SEEDS
ings at
9500,000.National ALL
trouble. New trial bottles
there Is DO question that the Russians lung 25c; NEEDS

hare fallen back 20 miles. Committeeman William J L regular size, 75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly Experience has established it aBa -. .
Ward of Port
Chester who is
the Republican
According to private advices dated : Drug Store. m act Bold by all dealers. You
leader in Westchester, is considered BOW-they row. 1034 Seed J. )J.
Mokden at 5:20 last night, General Annual postpaid free to all ape MEPFEBT. J. lit, TAYLOK.We .
one of the richest men in the "Comparing crime soaden Louisville :!lean ta.
Karopatkin checked the Japanese adTi&ce -

yesterday at the Shakhe river. county.58,500,000.He is quoted as, being worth to the foul banks of the Dead D.DETROIT M. PERKY, MICH.& CO.' OCALA l I ICF( & P PACING[ COMPANY[ !

lie erased the river and' is holding-: a I cae- --.. -reekinQ'-----0 with n_n_ the___ "tenl'h_..__._ of__ ears___ ....,,- J I -- ----.- -.... .. .. ....

line along the north bank, extending SAFETY SWITCH SAVES TRAIN. ii i casses, the Rev. W.V.. Hamilton will be forCOLD
ready:
from west of the railroad eastward toBenziaputze. i
pleaded last night at the McFerran
Good Use of Same Is Made on Saluda I
Memorial Baptist church for a simultaneous TO BAG E
New York, Oct. 17.--General Haze- Grade. 1BER !

gawa, who is relieving Lieutenant Raleigh, N. C., Oct 17.-The Southern evangelistic movement. about November 1st, and we solicet shnreuf your

General Haraguchl, has arrived, says railway has put to a complete test which will he believes purify the 1 patronage.

t Herald dispatch, from Seoul Korea. the safety switch on the great Salu-- city even as the shores of that sea HOUGH and OCALA ICE & PACKING CO
He da grade on the line between Ashe- I
was accorded a magnificent welcome
are swept clean by the annual rain- i DRESSEDDry
by civilians and military alike. ville and Spartanburg. .
fall."-Louisville Herald. This is 1 1I -
The streets for a mile leading to the Engineer Parks, bound with a long I
official residence were lined with the passenger train from Asheville to astounding. Colonel Watterson never : PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.

troops Japanese on one side and the Spartanburg, found at the top of the i said anything about it. Can hardly I I Siding, Flooring and Ceiling. f

Koreans on the other. An escort c mountain that the air brakes were all I.believe it, but if the dominie speaks B. We are I'Tl'JHrt-cl to fur-
$- honor consisting of the highest Kore right but soon after leaving the top Seymour, OCALA nh.h
truth we will turn our backs while OCALA
again tested the brakes and found
an and Japanese officials, met General tdI
Hazegawa and escorted him to that the train was not under his con Louisville retires and turns on thegas.N'Ew Ocala Fla. ICE & ICE &

where he was saluted with 21 guns. trot He therefore decided that the York Evening Telegram. IOE

Hazegawa will go to Toklo In a few best course to take was to run the PACKING{ PACKINGCOMPONY

days, where he will assume an Important train upon the safety switch nearest The Original. I
post at military headquarters. I i..m, there being three of these I I On short untie at auy COMPANY.
& Co.
Foley Chicago originated
switches, each so set that a downgrade point city or IIh.tcWATCMOK
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
St Petersburg Oct. 17.-According: train will run on it unless the s -
remedy, and on account of the
great
to engineer blows a signal to the switchman
special dispatches received here PHONE .34
merit and popularity of Foley'sHoney TIE BLUE WiEOH.
General Kuropatkin had a narrow escape to let the train go through. ; PHONE 34.

during the fierce fighting on This is the first time a complete and Tar and many imitationsare

Wednesday night and Thursday for I passenger train has ever taken a safe offered for the genuine. Ask for ..

the possession of Temple Hill and ty switch there and as this train was Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse

not under brakes during its wild rundown any substitute offered as ono other
be personally directing the fight at"this ? C. I.
point Orderlies were constant the mountain the ,success of the preparation will give the same satis- RAe E.

ly galloping up with reports from safety switches is found to be com i faction. It is mildly laxative. It ire

other parts of the field and carried plete. Each switch will, however contains no opiates and is safest for Successor to Central Lumoer Co.

dispatches to and from the telephone he lengthened. children andjdeh'cate; persons. Post- Dealer In

and telegraph stations which were i It has been found by detectives that mca Drug Store. m Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried

working behind the hills. This evidently I on various occasions tramps have and Siding Lathe Floorin&CeiliBg,
attracted the attention of the eluded the watchman and tampered Shingles and Brick.
with the brakes of the freight trainsat Manufacturer of
Japanese who
: cleverly unmasked
1 tome batteries the shells from which that point in revenge for being put LOOKING AHEADPersons It Will Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns Door aad
off and it is believed they tampered Window Frames Mantels ,
burst all around the distinguished Church Seats
with this passenger train. Desks and Pulpit School
Seats
group compelling general Kuropat In the Early Stages of Kld Combined and
Tables. '
kin to shift his position hastily and --- ney Diseases Should Wasto no Pay You I !' receiving Lumber and can ,fill orders for I am constantly I

seek shelter. DROUTH KILLING CATTLE. Time In Making their sizes. Mail orders any quantitiet and
attended
Kidneys Right to promptly

London. Oct 17.-A dispatch to a Reports From Southwest Georgia Indicate IF You have any Real Estate

news agency from Tokio, dated today Bad Condition. If you don't stop that pain in the back, to sell, ---- .
says that as the result of Friday's Albany Ga., Oct. 17.-The drouth some of these days you are extremely OR l

sanguinary fighting the center columnof !Jas reached the stage where cattle liable to have Bright' Disease or some "

the Japanese left army succeededin tre dying of thirst. other form of kidney trouble. You are IP You're thinking of comiug /! REFLECT A MOMfNT. rr

partly occupying Shahopu. The A gentleman who has just returned I just as much in danger if you have dry- 1 1 to Florida for a home,

Russian main body fell back on the to Albany from a trip through Baker i i ness of the skin, headaches, restlessness,

mountainous districts of the railway. county relates that he found conditions unusual appetite and great thirst, or if OR Rave youfertilizer c1echl..t eo the ... HI

The Russians around Bensihu han there far more serious than he I you notice a sediment or cloudiness the ( 11 you are '
J..ln
fled in a northerly direction. 1 had dreamed, and in localities remote I urine or other urinary irregularities.FotEy'a IF I You desire to inyest in any i i II not a ki ugh" ,, .
quaitlari
Japanese last night the dispatch adds, from Flint river and other permanent I KIDXET CURB maker the kidneys I kind of Florida property, Na s what rf i How entis.. bus
kind
engaged throo Russian reserve divisions streams, water is distressingly scarce right, and whenever there are any ? \V'i 'ri "' fit'' i1 Mau li

under the personal command aGeneral f Wells have gone dry and others I Indications that these organs are in the TO SEEn "p can beobtnine.t .y_ ....-.kit .
Kuropatkin. The fighting in are failing; springs have ceased to C mistake When
least
way disturbed it should be OR'VRITE a"4 >'t* U t.+K
hid .
this quarter was resumed this morning flow and ponds that were never with promptly and regularly until all symptoms fertilizers.lIigho e
Vital importance is attached in f out water before have their beds exposed V
of
kidney trouble have .
Tokio to the engagement at this point I Many to country the sun.people preparation is composed disappeared.This of the beat J. 0.LIVINGS T ON N & SONS t .\- llpricep.W !atth'y h+nes

are obliged to known remedies ,
employed by kidney
At tM Russian Front. Thursday, haul water several miles, and the OCALA. FLORIDA. ( :: ,
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specialists, and it cannot help but, ours ; fERTILIZER
Oct. 13, by way of Mukden Oct 15.- strictest economy in its use has become every form of kidney trouble if take .i : MF. :O P1Nr.

The Japanese offensive began Tuesday necessary. OtlMtvHIt..
1 FM.
early. Thousands have testified to! this ,
along the whole line. The hot Many farmers: have driven their cat i
fact. In the McIVER and
even most hopeless cases it AlACK }
left work was on the Russian extreme tie from old pastures to loca.Iitlea''her" -
will always afford relief. (J
right, where the fighting for the pos- \\ water is to be obtained, but it
I Dr. Geo. Ewing of Smith's Grove
Ky'writes
session at Hau Pass and Tumin Pass is state that not all have been able ,
: "For years I have been McMillan
did not cease until midnIght. to provide relief. On one of the I grunts BrosSouthern
bothered with kidney and bladder trouble
The Russians succeeded in capturing arms which the Albanyan visited tares
and enlarged prostate gland. I used
the latter though. at fearful cost. cows had just died of thirst Unless

The position at Pollasautzi still further rain comes soon, it will be nee- everything known to the profession without FUNERALDIRECTORS. Copper Works
relief until I
induced
toward the Taitse .river, held by <*s ary for all cattle to be driven to was to useFOLEY'S
the :river creeks or remaining ponds I KIDNEY CcBE. After taking
the Tbatk regiment vrasTrurlously as three bottles I was entirely relieved: andcured. Manufacturers

shied and the regiment lost bean Rome, Oct. -.-The pope- expressed- I i I prescribe it now daily in m, } '.- otTurpenttne, Still

ly. The Tamboff regiment estrictedItseif great regret when informed by papal [ practice all and heartily recommend ita use Have a full stock of Coffins, Caskets and General Metal
to for
from I physicians such troubles, for I
seemingly hopeless Worker4.
position Secretary of State Merry del Val,. of i
aDd succeeded in can honestly state I have prescribed U in and Burial Outfits. Special given to .
effecting its reoUrtlle the death of King George, of Saxony, --- ---- ---
t. The Russians stuck to most the house having faithfully been Catholic hundreds of cases with perfect success.' Old Stifle taken in ex'hansr for

of their positions heroically Tuesday sinco it reigned in Voland. The Postofl3'e' Drug Store,* '-. : eetviees.Embalming' to Order -v through the country a ylecialty new onNa 1..1 .

except: at the ScMU rive On.'the. pontiff ordered the papal secretary to f < wire will receive prompt attf1ntit Or..h. ii, I 11J,. ,;

corning of Wednesday theSJanesa j convey his condolences to the family works n. at 1 it.t f I itfollcwing

renewed their attack preparing the ding C r' through the papal FO ; OrmYA.'i!m m FAYETTt.t/ILLE. N. .
for their i : J3 rI way '
Infantry with 1Iw |
.- an artil-- nuncio. -- 4t0.-k ," 3.'he.ndheai, .lQn.t f"t'es Xictaevs and Bladder! Roht! ''JACKSONVILLE. FLA SAVA M", IA. f'

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f NOTICE OF ELECTION. 'la tne courts' of Record'and la r NOTICE OF ELECTION
I rKSHVILlE TENN "Sect1onO. The Legislature shall not

FAR EASTERN WAR all criminal caaea originating in the ClN pas special or local law in any of the
; Th Legislature of 1903, uneer -
Whereu. .
cult Court The court shall have the
power following enumerated case; that Is to sarI To the Sb nlof Mario* .
Constitution of 1SS5 of the State of CDt-t U.e.\
the
to issue writ of mandamu*. certiorari regulating the Jurisdiction and duties of Fiona:

HAS $200,000 FIRE I Florida did pus seven Joint resolution* prohibition. quo habeas corpus, any class of offlcor or for the punishmentof IT.KNOWN THAT I. CLAY CRAW.
I STATUS OF AFFAIRSSaid proposing amendment to the Constitution and also all writ BB I.
necessary or proper U crime or misdemeanor; except for the FOiD, tKCTcury of the suit of
of the State of Florida, and the same were the complete exercise of tt* Jurisdiction.!enforcement of special local laws regulating Florida do hereby En. aottct tht.0 Gaunt

agreed to by a vote of three-fourths of all Each of the Justices shall have power to! th* practice of court of Justice Hlc101 will b in ,. mate

the members elected to each house; that Issue writs of habeas corpus to any partof providing for changing venue of civil and Fond 01 TuewUjr vest succet iaf the
the vote on said joint rf'SOlutIonsere entered the State petition behalf fir A.D. 1404. U* **
upon by or on NIcmbr. \
Freight Sheds of N., C. & St. L. criminal cane; granting divorces; changing .
u That Has Net with Tuesday being
Kuropatkin upon their respective Jovr.ials. of any person held In actual custody and the name of poisons; vacating roads;
Road Destroyed. yeas and nays thereon axd they did cetermlne may make such writs returnable before summoning and Impaneling grand and petit Eighth Dayff A0rcmbr

Resumed Offensive. find direct that the said joint re'loIlutlons .himself or the Supreme Court or any Jus-i juries and providing for their compensation P'>r fire presidential electors.
I be submitted to the electors of the Lice thereof. or before any Circuit Judge, for assessment and' collection of For one nprCRIUaUf of the trt eo.f rewtoM

f THERE WAS NO INSURANCE. State at the general election in November,,i. end \heri not returned to the Supreme,taxes; for State and county and municipal .of 1 district the United. .. in I 6'tralaUI""***

1204. Court a:: aipeal to that court shall al- Slate
OPINIONS OF MILITARY CRITICS. and elections
purposes; for opening conducting
For governor the state of Florid.
Now, therefore, I. H. Clay Crawford,i, was Le.Section. \
; for State and county and municipal Fv,r Mxretary of Ute o/ the state
Huvy LOll on Freight Stored In the Secretary of State of the State or Florida,, 11 cf article f of the Constitutionof officers and designating the places of For attorney teneral ol the Ut* o.

They Are Not Yet Satisfied that Oya. 4o hereby give notice that a the State of Florida Is hereby amended voting; for the sale of real estate belonging For comptroller of the state ot o.

.f Building -Origin of the Fire Is Unknown GENERAL ELECTION so as to read as follows: I I to minors estates of d decedents and ot For treasurer of the ttale of Fior4d .
\. ma Is Ready to Relinquith Offensive.He j I "Sec. 1L The Circuit Court shall have For sup len.tent of p"bi in.trac* M
In Florida or persons laboring under legal disabilities: o
Night Watchman Chadwell! will b. held In each county exclusive original jurdiedictton In all cases the state of Florida.'Pnrcnmmiaidouer.
Still Tuesday next succeeding the first Monda r regulating the feea of officers of the Stats of agriculture tke
May Try to Break Through [ in equity. Also In all cases at law not Mt.of
Injured. said Tuesday ,or county or municipalities; giving effect
,; in November A. D. 1304 the .cognizable by Inferior amd In all Flrd.
., the Russian Center.St. i, being the courts ,to informal or Invalid deeds or wills: legltijmizicg justice of Ike supreme C"o the
Involving the of
cases
legality any tax assessment state of 'rsiz
,
NubviUe. Tenn., Oct. -Fire alan I I EIGHTH DAT OF NOVEMBER, or toll; of the action of ejectmentI'and \ children: providing for the adoptionof For t Fnd of the cr supreme CM* DM
j."uc
II children relieving minors from legal
I Petersburg Oct. ID.-1:45 m of al actions Involving the titles or ; state of o
p.
wrljr hour this meaning destroyed for the ratification or rejection of the salt disabilities; and for the establishment of Ford.
boundaries of real estate. and of all criminal For aznmiii.i.aei'i brMw state
-The flash of enthusiasm yesterday 'Joint resolutions proposing amendments t.j ferrle" hU'\4
Ut new freight sheds of the Nashville I of
case not cognizablo by Inferior courts; Frd
Louts eveiiins over the capture of Lone Ties 1 the Constitution of the State of Florida" and original jurisdiction of action of forcible Section 24, article 3. of the Constitution of Ibehie.f reM*** U.
Rutunooga and St railway, enUlUsg <, Hi of the State of Florida to hereby amended lives of the state ol
and unlawful t-Jda.
and oi
Hill Shakhe entry detainer
and the of the
repulse
a loss between $200,000 and such other matters as the Legislature may;.,BO as to read a* follows: For tran'T judge.
attacks cf the Japanese left. and the I ARTICLE "I.I I'! "Section 24. The Legislature shall estab- For shenift.
provide. They Shall have final '
300.QQO, with not a cent of insurance. appellate. For clerk vf the court.
hard drubbing gven General Yamada,. I \jurisdiction In all civil and criminal casei i fish a uniform system of county govern- For count* crtt taxes. S
Tht loss is total. remaining "t.r
nothing arising in the County Court or before the,'ment It shall divide municipalities Into For tax collector
bet the blackened eutted shell. with the iccap.uro of 14 additional I That thA follawlnsr amendment to ta.1 County Judge. and of all misdemeanor I'classes of not more than four on the bails hor cotimy treasurer.

It 1s cot iii how much freight guns has given way this morning to I> Constitution -of--the-State- of Florida bejiand I and civil cates tried In the Courts of Reoj'ord .of population; It shall establish torch For superintendent(public instruct!*!.

a calmer and soberer appraisement the same Is, hereby agreed to. and of judgments or sentences of any mupi1nicipal j class a uniform system of gt>vernment For county surveyor.
was In the building but It was all de- shall be submitted to the electors of the, court and of all cases arising be-j'' ; It stall provide for the re For five county comraiMionen.

ftroyed. The loss on freight! will be of the partial successes. There Is' State at the general election In November.!fore. Justices of tM Peace In counties in1;,:Incorporation of each now existing municipality For three members of the coutny, board. '.

no official confirmation of the report' 1904 for ratification or rejection. which there Is no County Court. or Court',1: and for the incorporation of each public instrcin
bMYjr, So far no one seems to know For peace la and Mssw*
of Record. and supervision and appellate:hereafter to be incorporated municipality tie
CI"1
I Ia Section 6 of article 8 of the Constitution in
anything regarding' the origin of the that General Kuropatkin had resumed of the State of Florida la Jurisdiction of matters arising before County -.:Into one of such classes and no law r*> Number JUI disrkt.1&:

tn. It bad been suggested by some genuine offensive that the rather amended so as to read as follows: hereb7\\ Judges pertaining to their probate jurisdiction -.latins to the creation government or powers Number one. *
Section 6. The Legislature shall or to the estates and Interest of of any manldpalrty or number of no Number three.
general Japanese advance had exhausted I
that perhaps the flames resulted from for the election by the qualified electors of minors and of such other matters as the:nterpallUes lees than thewhole of a'class Number four.

, ft stove In the central part of the buildIfiC : itself and that the position of each county, of the following county offlcers Legislature m/-y' provide. The Circuit;,shall be valid." Number five.

the aimles is now a sort or deadlock, I I : Courts and Judges shall have power to, Section 8, article 8, of-the Constitution of Number six. .
i? bear a pile of "old hoss" freight i Issue writs of mandamus, injunction, quo,the State of Florida U hereby repealed. Number seven.
Circuit Sheriff.1
A Clerk of the Court a Number
with the country rendered so sodden
warranto, certiorari cight
pronlbition habeas
stored on the second floor. Constable. a County Assessor of Taxes a, ; Number
It 1* claimed by railroad men that !I by the heavy rain as to compel a County Tax Collector. a County Treasurer!l corpus and ell writs, proper or necessary, The votes' cast in compliance with said Number ten nilc.,
I :[to the complete exercise of their Jurisdiction. proposed amendment, and tt* canvass Number eleven.
I temporary suspension of general Superintendent Public Instruction and
oper. a
there was no stove there however ." I I declaration and returns thereof. shall hi' Number twelve.

tad for the present the manner In ations. I a County Surveyor. I Section 2-1 of article E of the Constitution subjected to the same regulation and reo ': Number tbirtetu.
The term of office of all county officers
; of the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso trtctlona aa are provided law for :1 Number fourteen.
A complete veil covers the movements t 1 I mentioned In this section shall be four b Ce
1 which the destructive blaze begun Is as to read as follows: !I'era! elections In the Number fifteen.
but both Kuropatkin's andSakharoff's years, except that the term of office of St F Number tixtten.
east
& mystery.ftbe "Sec. 24. Upon the application of a majority I In testimony I
'1
\ het Number sevent
en.
the County Assessor of Taxes County Tax
of the registered voters of Bet th I
there any my *
reports say were no h Number eighteen.Number .
a
"' be. a
fire was discovered shortly Collector and County Treasurer shall be county in this State the Legislature shall the Tallahassee, th* nineteen.

1 fore 5 o'clock this horning. While collisions on that portion of the bat- ,. for tx years until the general election In establish In such county a court of rec-'capIt St t the first 4 of August X ZX Numper twenty.

Watchman ,| tie ground Monday or Tuesday. Field November 1906 at which election they also 1' ord. and there shall be one Judge for each' Number twenty-one.
: tat fire was In progress Night I shall be elected for terms of four year'. of the said courts, who shall be a practlo-t I ( a) CLAY Number twentv-iwo.

i Chadwell fell through an elevator Marshal Oyama: evidently considers each, and thenceforth all county officer>Ing attorney at law and who shall be ape I L 1 CWR.I Number tweuty-hrtt

and was Injured about the head. j that Lone Tre Hill rrom which Ku- named in this section shall be elected for 1' pointed by the Governor and confirmed by I I To H. Nugent. .e -St. I Number Number twcDty.or.

ropatkin could pivot a turning movement terms of four years. Their powers duties i I the Senate, and who shall hold his office I Perry Sherf Number twent.fe..
t and compensation shall be prescribed by'for four years. The annual salary of the I Reclaim Land. I Number tweDty.ls.i
\ Plan to i
against his left to be of vital twenlJo.eD.
PETITION TO POPE I law. Judge of said courts shall be paid quarter Number '
tuntr-rht.
importance as both Monday and Tues I ly by the county where such court Is established ?: Denver Oct. 20.-"Three hundred Number twenty-nice

s__ _,_' t_ ,_u__ .._:__ A 'rT"'T.F.. .WTT. and shall be as follows: In counties ..1 t tiimisanH.__ ___ _at_._rps of land will. be reclaimed I Number thirty.
a. ter- JSSb *' taaS w -- -- ---- - .
Participation of Catholics In General ; U'y mgais me l 1LLtIU1UUJ6 ;. or less than fifteen thousand popula-t Numbrblrtont. '

rifle storm. made desperate effortsto That the following amendment to the [Eton one thousand dollars: in counties of when this great irrigation cn"tlblt ad (or the I M.wisgi.e4cq. f

\ Elections. j 1 the Constitution of the State of' Florida bo from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand project is finished," said J. D. Stan- stricts.m: r_

Rome. Oct. 20.-Several bishops ot recapture it, accompanying assaults and the same is hereby agreed to, and population. sixteen hundred dollars: In of the Number one.. '
with demonstrative attacks shall be submitted to the electors of the ard, assistant engineer Interstate Number two
counties of from thirty thousand to forty-
including Cardinal Ferrari : Number three
north
Italy, against other points. But all the efforts State ,at the general election In 1304. for five thousand population, two thousand Irrigation canal who arrived ( .SUmbtTfut.,

i archbishop of Milan and a close ratification or rejection. dollars; and in counties of more than forty this morning. "The work will be of } Number five.

friend of the pope have petitioned Impersonally failed. Neither Kuropatkin nor Section 8 of article 12 of the Constitution five thousand population. twenty-four hun Number six.

Sakharpff In the dispatches given out Is hereby amended ItO as to read as follows: dred dollars; and all Criminal Courts of Inestimable value to northwestern Number \ft.

to consider whether the moment send details of the defeat Section 8. Each county shall be requiredto Record now established In this State shall.: brasfca and to Wyoing Where \e-I'| Number fight

has not arrived to allow Catho this morning assess and collect annually for the support upon the adoption of this amendment become there are only a few settlers there Number nine. .

la the general elections of Yamada's column and the capture of public free schools therein a tax and be Courts of Record as herein Number tea. -

ltd to participate of the Japanese gun'. Piti. ot not less than thee (3) mills nor more provided. and all officers of such Criminal will be thriving communities, sustain, l Tumber Number clevn twehe.

than seven (7) mills on the dollar of all Courts of Record shall be officers of such ed by the water drawn from the North Number thirteen.

J According to the petitioners their pictures are painted by the war cor- taxable property in the same. courts, and discharge the duties and receivethe Platte river. Work of surveying Is I I Number foreel 4
respondents of the shelterless troops emoluments of such untfi the expirationof Number BfltD
J absentation from voting during the ', ARTICLE XXIII. their present term of office." now nearing completion on the canal Number sixteen. -
advantage ',|. bivouacked in the cold rain, the roads i Section of article 5 of the Constitution' Number seventeen,
4 last 31 years has urought no That the following amendment to the along the north side of the river. Sometime Number ej hteen.
: converted into quagmires and the of the State of Florida Is hereby amended
of the while of the State of Florida be and Number
to the claims Vatican Constitution follows early next year the actual construction Dlueen
BO as to read as :
i streams flooded. the Is hereby agreed to, and shall bs Number twenty. -
::1: it has seriously endangered the interests I same J "Section The Court of Record shall will begin Number twenty-one
not sat. submitted to the electors X the State at
The military critics are yet
have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal Number
of religion by entrusting power to election in November A. D. twcnty.twg
j the general ,
Isfled that Oyama is ready to relinquish cases not capital, which shall arise in Sevsni Storms in the West. Number twenty-three

\ the open enemies of the church'Itn I IS04 for ratification or rejection. 'said county and of ,V cases at law in Kansas C.ty. Mo.. Oct. 20.-A heavy Number twenty four, '
the
offensive expressing '
: the Section 12 of article 5 of the Constitution Number twenty fire. -
they believe that if the Catholics are which the demand or value of the prop.
clerical i opinion that he may still try to breakthrough shall be and Is hereby amended so as to 1'crty doa not exceed- one thousand dollars., windstorm accompanied by rain in Number Nnmber twenty-six
real
:' allowed to vote the can. the Russian" center In order read as follows: and concurrent with the Circuit Court.,, Cenirai Kansas has interfce wit I Number-ute''CI.twenty-eight
at least for Conservatives. Section IS. The Legislature may organ. shall have exclusive jurisdiction of prJ.1 .
rxjldttes t | i and telephone wires cuttingoff Number
telegraph twehtY.linc.
to compel Kuropatkln to retire from Ize in suc' counties as it may think propei
j .
'would ensure the presence In the cham Deeding? relating to forcible entry and unlawful I Number thiry.
': th line of the Hun river unless as County Courts which shall have Jurisdiction .* detainer of lands and tenements." j i communication over the Union Pa Number one.Intestirnony .

; ber of delegates of a strong party ca I become convinced of all cases at law In _which the demand '| Section of article 5 of the Constitution I cific for several hours. The storm whereof. I have heesu ..etmyhandan4afz.i

of preventing the passage of they believe, he has or value of the property involve.I I'of the State of Florida is hereby amended I the
pable
,
central In eastern Nebraska
which was the state ol Florida
the Russian al
of hundred dollars 01
] that the superiority shall not exceed five ; read follows
so as to as : I .
The
bills aimed against the religion relating to the forcible entl'Jfl. where it was accompanied by a [i [ seethe capital tbitht
numbers and reserves makes his withdrawal proceedings rl "Section 26. There shall be six ttrmfnf A. D Ir1alof
, DC5%has not yet made a decIsIon. but I ,_ .. L ,unlawful detention of lands and tenements .1th._. C'n"-t.._ "RanAi_. fn _." .,...If I Ist.4 ., n '"' .,.'.. 4.. 1.us.L 5temt.r-f 19. '
to the line of the Taitse river .uv w. 'Is CJ* LU C 4.USL 564 j Biiuniaii, .. .UU ."n..tn. ..is .
.1&
Is taking the question under advisement :and of misdemeanors, and final appellate \ Section 27 of article 5 of the Constitution 9-1 t. -
storm in
advisable 'I I Jurisdiction (In civil cases arising In of the State of Florida 1* hereby nation of the recent heavy To Per H. Nugent htnlUhro Count,. -

The dispatch from a correspondentof the courts of the 3.Jstlces of the Peace. I amended so as to read a* follows: eastern Wyoming, and extended into

. ..4 -- The trial of such appeals may be de novo'I "Section 27. There shall be for each Iowa and Missouri, well Kan NOTICEIn
Mukden
a a
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.A the Associated Press at at the option of the appellant The County,Court of Record a Prosecuting Attorney,

flIed this morning saying that there Judge shall be the Judge of the County to be named the County Solicitor vita sas.

fighting yesterday and no ,firing Court and shall be an attorney at law. !I'chill be appointed by the Governor and the Circuit Court of the Fifth judicial Circuit
!
London dispatch says that Admiral was no Tier stall U elected by th* coallfied!9onftra 4 by the Suitate and who thai
of Florida in and
for
Marion .
during the night indicates that electors ot said county at the time when hold office for four year HI* eompemia county.G.
Van Slttart is dead. He was born I Prosecuting Attorney .S. aa Receiver, etc., Complainant, vs.Wm. .
the Japanese are retiring the lightof the said Judge is elected. a .Uoa hall be fixed by law. Stt
July 21, 1818 and reUred in 1873. for said county who shall hold of&d Section 8S of article 6 of the Constitution :. fendleton and Zemula C. Fendlctoa, ,

Lady Curzon is progressing so favorably fires was seen against the heavens for four year His duties and compensa.tion of the Bute of Florida 1* hereby Defcadnt

bulletin possibly showing that they were burn shall be prescribed by law. Such|..mended so U to read a* fellows: \T IS ORDERED THAT THB DEFKDAXT

that hereafter only one their stores. I: courts may be abolished at the pleasure ofI I "Section tt. All cOwtftt triatt In th4 1" herein named..Wm Peodleton and Zemmla

will be given out daily.A ing I, the Legislature. !Court of ReaoM snail bt prosMotei C. Pendleton be and they are hereby required V

,, London at the The correspondent also reports thata Provided that all County Judges -holding.Information under oath and c&ay be fll4it to appear to the bill oi complaint le this nu

dlapitch from says resumption of the battle is probable said office at the ratification of this amendment -.\ any time wbetfeer the court I* In M*. onorbeforeMn&iji

head offices of the Grand Trunk rail. roads permit the shall continue in tho 'exercUe of the, Ion or not by the County Solicitor trot He*"'day n/Ja"trf A. A tpA. V.

t the Associated Press Is informed as soon as the duties thereof according to their respective the grand Jwy of this Circuit Ccwrt tat ExpResS It is further ordered tht a copy of this order

way Russians being everywhere in close commissions and until their successors art I the county in which said Court of Record be published once a w< for CaM consecutive

} them is MO truth in the report (published with the Japanese. qualified and provided further thr.lit is held may Indict for offeues triable lathe PRPAlD week the Ocala Baner.
touch duly the ith ol October a.D. .
1904.S
In America) that Charles M. Press learns tt when any County Court shall hereafter l< Court of Record Upon the finding Dne ths day T.

vice president and general The Associated established In any county In this State. th! nch Indictment th* Circuit JttOr fthrommlt Clerk Clmlt IS&UNE
eccond COr
j lUyes, the reports representing Emperor County Judge of said county shall hold hi I or ball the accused for trial la B.L. Anderson aDd W. Rocker,
! of the company has reI fithe of Record and the County So- Solicitor lor 1011
manager being depondent and depressed office and perform the duties of Judge ol Court Complainant.
t Nicholas as _4a_.__6_ f_ -* ..._+." VI.. tairn ftf nfflo.l! H4-tMP of cald court tihaH Immediately file!
1 .al.. _"_ General inv \UUULT "UUL w wi- u--- -
v far from the truth -
; are the InfonnitlAn, bated UOD.m .
*
I | The coal wagon drivers strike :n Vaitchko who saw him Monday shall expire. 6 QTSr. NOTICE. :

f CliiCtuiatl which began two week' night. declares that while the empe- ARTICLE XXIV. indictment upon which Information etA ; .') //saiy ZASO

J ago has been brought to an end and ror is greatly grieved at the terrible That the following amendment to the accused shall be tried." -1' In the Circuit Court ot the Fifth Judicial Circuit

sympathetic strike scheduled Florida be. and' Section 29 of article 6 of the Constitution Florida in and for Union
i the general sacrifice of life, he Is as firmly resolved Constitution of the State of amended\ county,,
1 hereby
Florida
of *
and shall of tho State
agned to
i for tc *.ay among the stationary be the same la hereby in Chancery.
that the war must follows: -
as ever electors of the State 80 as to read as
and other crafts be submitted to the bo County C. S.Scott a Receiver, etc,CoraplilaaoL '-
There shall no n
I firemen "Section 23 ;
engineers to successful conclusion election In 1904 for ratification -
a at the general
The union drivers i prosecuted 1 Court in any county where a Court of Ea- Benjamin t. Pcrrv and Sallie U. Perrr, De
been averted. satisfied rejection:
has or I
that he is by no means fendants.TT .
and .
be paid That section Y of AiUcle 9 of the Constitution -ord la established.
to
# trtkto be reinstated and that Kur patkin, in whom he Expressed of the State of Florida Is hereby Section 80 of article 6 of the Constitution Is ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT

for'extra time over 10 hours. The the fullest confidence. would not amended BO as to read as follows: of the State of Florida is hereby uneadod 1 herein name Ben). F Ferry and IUi
shall to read as follows: I). Perry they ar; hereby
State so as
recogniz'lor
not credit of the
employers agree while be able to turn the tables on Oy ma Sec. 10. The or loaned to any Individual I "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of to appear'to thr b.1 ol complatul in this cause
be pledged
the union not to discriminate before the present engagement ended. not corporation or association: nor I Record shall be elected by the electors of ou u' bHoreMttt.fcji V
company estab el"' .,Jiinwiry, .1. /> .
Is
against union drivers.I shall the State become a Joint owner or the county in which the court 21' Jai ryaf.
manufactur. In company. association or'listed and shall hold office for four years, His turner ordered that a copy of this order
stockholder any
The harness and saddle fixed by be ,'xIiahed once a week (or eight consecutivewe
Oct. 20.-The emperor The Legislature shall not authorize 'and his compensation shall be V
& St Petersburg corporation. in the Ocala
Bohkoff th& ks Banner
inf establishment of E. Kuro- county city borough, township I law. The Sheriff of the county shall be & Co. 517 and 519 W.
received from General any Chas. E. Blum Demethisthea7thdayofoct.A. D.sqot.
was burned this has district to become a stockholder executive officer of said court
Paducah Ky. Incorporated s T.SIbTKCNKClerk
,
Co., at $50,000 partly patkln. under date of Oct. 18, the fol. or In any company association or oarv ..\and fees shall be fixed by law. constltutlon\\ Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla Circuit Court.B .

c _._f." ThA, loss la ; ____.._ .. ,._ nf _
w.uM&u. -- --- 'L .n..I H. .ffP"f. .. s- '.nM.. ennrnnrtatA ITIOTieX. ca .4 ft rit artlola R the L Avnpusnvsnd U'w
1 uethe o ui"ui ua ->---- ----- -' lolJR
: UI1Ull& .t or u* .w
i covered by insurance. The fire la- lowing dispaicn advanced porauoa for or to loan Its credit to any corporation;''of! the"s etFirl la hereby amended Complainant's S2icto.a. 10.214w.
attacked our
to be of Incena1ar'orlzin. Japanese association, Institution or Individual except so as to read as follows: NOTICE OF FINAL D8CHRGtOTICK .
t thought positions at Lone Tree Hill but they that the Legislature may authorize municipal -{ "Section 21. All rules of practice govern-

No reports have been corporations to relieve from municipal -,lng the Circuit Court shall be applicable to SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. :

.STYPHUS'iAGES IN CAROLINA.. were repulsed. taxation for such period of years as the Courts of Record and all laws relative ,, IS HfcREBY G1.E: THAT oS
of any other engagements. authorities seem I shall applyto 1 the 24lh da ot March I will applyto
received to the municipal may to Criminal Courts of Record i .) 195 ,
Florida
all positions enterprise that of the county judge of AND BY VIRTUE OF A FiXAL
at our manufacturing Changes venue
Record.
quiet any Courts of the adm.ntstratrtxof UNDER
of Counties Said to Have Everything was proper tor final settlement ana dischaige as rendered on the 6tl) day of Tune 4.
Five-Sixths *o 10 o'clock this morning. may locate within the said municipality.|may be had from a Court of Record to an- the estate of Julia P. Juhnson.deceased. I). 1904 by Hon W. S. Bullock, Judge of the -V
Scourge. up but no such exemption shall be for alonger ;other Court of Record or to the Circuit circuit court of the filth judicial circuit of Flor

N. c. Oct. 20.-The secretary Rain feu all night and the roads have period than fifteen years. :Court of another county for the same Une this the tih day of October 1904. ida in and fo Marion county, in chancery in t
Raleigh. for ) F. A HOWSK. court whereto
damaged. !'causes, and under the laws providing Irs cause_ pending
health reports greatly
of the state board of teen i '.changing the venue from the Circuit Court 10 216m Administratrix. Abe Brown and Brother were the complainants V
of I ARTICLE XXV. aud W.Sanders was the in which
five-sixths J.
of defendnt
Circuit Court another -
practically the -
that in amendment to the i, of one county to finai I. S- Beck special
Slavonla Safe. That the following his deee 1 wa
pnt
in
Steamship Governor
is typhoid The may
there I county. the I
the counties in the state Constitution of the State of Florida bei i having NOTICh.la mdt t exet same
Oct. 20.-At the offices hereof submitted discretion. order the Circuit Judge the Ilk A. A / V,
fever. London. i I. and la hereby agreed to and shall be of the Circuit Court of any 3uay: Mi of l-Jm. '
during Cunard Steamship company the to the electors of the State al i jurisdiction that being a legal vales day. olel and
Court
the special of a eJp
The total number of cases that the the election In November, 1904, foi county to hold a term the Circuit of the Fifth Judicial Cir toT sale and wilt sell at au&l
general Cur
published in America of such county. for the purpose for cash of the
about 1.500. tumor of Record for Manou County, highest and best bidder
was : in and
month ratification or rejection of Florida,
the past Slavonia has been sunk in 16 shall DO amende;1 of trying cases In which the Judge of the CUlt court house door in Ocala Marion county Fla .
is being steamship 8 of article
The greatest pressure Section :Court of Record shall be disqualified.r In Chancery. within the legal hours of sale the following described
off the Spanish coast is entirely so as to read as follows: court off Receiver,etc.. Complainant.-.. property to-wit:one bay mare mule known
bear for the improvement a storm shall provide fo] Parties to any cause at law in a G. S. scott,a:
brought to Sec. 6. The Legislature about old and one bone
Slavonla It trial as Rbodie. ten years ;
._ .__ _.+.. this has reM discredited. The and distribution o: Record shall have the same right to C. V. McCoy and Mamie E. McCoy Deendnls. old.oraomncnoi V
annum5" nai.., -ft.T\- -- 2 rn.1.. Ot-t... the speedy. publication .i J.---__ .....* L_ T..j_.. -* HM ... k..,v refArefta.-. w aa may _ .. "TI mule, known. Raleigh_,about-L eight. __years___
the eastern part is pointed Out, passeu- vnuiainn, all laws It may enact All UC\ By WUUfcCB uu utviu v -- TT IS OkUERKU THATU1 1lrr.'u ineaoove oesmoea pivpcuj a.
in laws .
; dgeed tbe disease officials cannot see how the'Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial -exist under this Constitution. or the JL heifcin nmed. C. V. McCoy aud Mamie will satisfy said decree and costs.

state to a very noticeable degree 11, and the decisions shall be free for publication In references to cases In Circuit Courts or n. :McCoy be and they are hereby require to L. & BECK.

ot the in other ways add. she could be anywhere in the neigh by any person. But no Judgment of .the may It the Judge of the Court of Recordbe appear tu the bill of cum plaint in CW W. K. ZBWADSKI, Solicitor Special Matter in ChanceryComplainant's ,
having 930
besides The until the transfer the cause to the or before '
of the Spanish coast. Supreme Court shall take effect disqualified,
td to the general health.Strike borhood at New York Oct. 22. opinion of the court In such case shall be Circuit Court of the county In 'which such Jond7 the !nl day ofJ&tnuars.A. D, 19
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: vessel is due filed with the Clerk: of said court. Court of Record may be. It ordered that a copy ui this order ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

Closed Up. i Section S2 of artlole B of the Constitution be published once a week for eight cuu&rcuUve

1Dneer Oct. 19.-The strike of coal Taft To Go to Panama. ARTICLE XXVL ''tt the State of Florida Is hereby amended weeks Don in thtstflel7ththy(10t.toe Ocala A J).. 1914.ISEAL .
so as to read as follows: sISTRCNK. 13 GIVEN THAT ON TH8
S T
miners of District No. 15 United MineWorkers Washington. Oct. 20.-The president Section 1 of article & of the Constitutionof j "Section 33. Courts of Record shall be ] Clerk Court NOTICE day of January A. D. 1005. aa

of America. which has been has instructed Secretary of Wtr Taft the State of Florida It hereby amended abolished by the Legislature only upon a R. L. Anderson and Wm. Hoker"CrcuI the administrator with the will annexed of the

) date to Panama to u to read as follows: of a majority of the registered 10 216w Complainants estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep deceased. I will
early petition
oa tor a year has been practically to proceed at an i Section 1. The judicial power of the .of the county where such court is present my petition and final report and asked
.voter
I the president of Court., discharged as such admioictrator to the -:
dispatch to with vested In a Supreme 10 be
according to a to confer State ahall be I, tstatoUahed," county judge for Marion
closed up Trinidad. The comBiisaxle republic with a view to compromising "\* .*'*.. *WM"v>Tti-t-,_ Ponrta v-- of-_ -Record. County4l .. n--ADMINISTRATORS__ NOTICE TO CR\D Hon._____Root.m..d.Bullock_. W.-- -K. ATLEJ--- -{..
Th. New from that nave arisen Courts County Judge* and Justtots ot the I ARTICLE XXVLL'That ouaijrMSU Admr.with will annexed V
that '
closed most, of the tents the differences amcndmenU to NO- TORS ETCNOIC 614
are Peace I the following June 3rd.1904. V
taken down. and the men between the two countries. Section 8 of article I of the Constitution tso.I1 213. ftrtlcl a, an4 MOtion 34. article S.an4 .
haft been. of the State of Florida 1* hereby amended, of otl0a I of article ofIt.
situations wherever -- the repeal IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED-
&.} looking for 10 at to rea4 M follows ccogtitzfion of tt* BtaU of i'IOri4& be ,distributees and all persons
them. All the men who Montgomery's Finances. "Sec EL The 6npr ne Court ahaS have agreed &n4 be demands the estate 1
u.y can get at law end I hereby S'submlttd having claims or agat o Study Home5Ei1
all CUM
Us in at *
Ala Oct. 20.-Ia appt&aU jurisdIctIon wctoft of tt* present ass
itrlke to Oct 12 are given Montgomery. to the H. T.Wartmann. te aM ,
up drmnt Courts. Lean
oa In tqultr originating la held la Norem- within two to the undersigned
YtI" Cart a&d *3actIott to be Mme years Z- ...d.m
council Mayor the general With tile Tabid Homi SbIdy pos
cards. It is under to the the Circuit Court in barredThis the t&dayofOcto- eara mae. V
from will + ,
clearance report and of appeal to wtU. they b lea"uloYmatt 10 Ian BIOak.&P. 'kS.c
Do -
s IeA etrfkers who the income of the city loi OM arttc before County Jodcu, Ja xnaUUn W.L 'cf tt- CV*.Station bar A1r.GcQy Giaai. .PJ.iilc. u.-..
Mood that those of the shows that their probata Juriidio".I ectSoa-_ ..rtic1 19. E. r WARTMANN.I0 Phfilci.L ru>,etc. Teacheo aided to j* .Ira.fti -
transportation to other field the year just c106ed was SUU9. pwtalsi&f aM in the muqemct to of the MtatMof i of Oa eats of Y1t to hereby siw' 7 8Aditat. ." g J55 41n s.L s ..56
.,? olxtoony : .ua.ft14 u toD:
of $33o,57B. Mulattoa
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From Melee Wednesday Keller Day Dally.at the Fair. I "ff" ;" " " ''t"" " ; " " ''t"'t'f"t"" r t "ft" "1111f" "fff" "f

Today Helen Kellar day at the

Miss Kel- I ... In ... -
great St. Louis exposition. :: ";f ..
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lir and Mark Twain are the only two I .- -
individuals who have been honored l'

with a day all to themselves.

"It I* a remarkable coincident that T-POT

burner and pathos should be thus in- %
pled oat and brought into eonjuncttea. -

The man, who more than all
otter, has caused the nation to forge -

its afflictions, and the brave, F

dauatkes, wonderful girl who in the GROCERY
rafcbt of the most cruel of afflic-

tfeac, has triumphed over fate, are ,
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fittingly honored. The more one .. .... .,. ,. .
tMak about this selection of the twoAmericana t I -- -_ "- ._-"'_.-. ." _.._,"1;, -w .., "Jl1'-'_.) ,.. _. ..'....

to be accorded special
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day, the more appropriate the choice

*appears.This week" at the exposition is giv- I "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU PAY IT IS WHAT YOU \ FT"L 1 -2**i iI

eo up to the international congressof
the Instructors of the deaf and to- : -
I "QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE :
day-Helen Kellar day-is the chief

event of the week. I.- T .....
31 its Kellar and her mother and instructor T

Miss Sullivan,are the guests
of the exposition for the week. There =. The cheapest goods are ofttimes the dearest purchase -

vrfll be a number of receptions given

during the week by the deaf and the ..

blind of St. Louis at different buildings F because fail Then
on the grounds. The programfor .- they to satisfy. why not 3
atlasi
the entire week is of such a nature -

visitor as to to the be fair.of interest to every buy the best at a'very small advance and get something -

More than a hundred teachers and
...
pupils will take part today in the celebration .

was born given deaf dumb by Miss and Kellar blind, who but : it will be s satisfaction to use. .A t 3

who by her own wonderful efforts ---
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and the long and patient teaching of, -- .
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Mi* Sullivan and Miss Sarah Fuller, --

of Boston, she has learned to speak.A .
number of addresses will be made P .

today. The master of ceremonieswill Fresh Arrival : I
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be Professor B. M. Gaulidet, of .
D. C., the president of
Washington
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the only college for the highest instruction Pure Fruit Preserves, at 20c. a lb. ; Olive Oil,
of the deaf in the world. [
Jams and Jellies, Armour's Royal Fancy Mackerel in Bulk :::3
One of the addresses is to be made '
by William Wade, of Pennsylvania, PJelly 'V afess. Frankfurter Bratww*, __
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a millionaire, whose pet phiIar.thro- :- Corn on Cob *t Veal and Ham Leaf --

phy is that of seeking out the deaf- :0: -< Vermont Plesyrup, Star Ham Scarlet Breakfast Baron. ::::

blind and educating them, and Alex- : Plum Pudding, Leber \Vnr,t, :::
ander Graham Bell, the inventor of ,
Golden Pumpkin
:: Sliced Beef,
the telephone, will make an address. :::
0'Evaporated Apples, Lambs ....
Miss Sarah Fuller of Boston, will The HamWhat Tongue. .
:: Peeled Peaches. -
tell how she taught Helen Keller to Evaporated : Canned German Dill Pwklti ::

peak, and the most important address I=-= London Layer Raisins, Shelled Almonds, ::I
will be by Miss Keller herself. =I Seeded Raisins, :
= Royal Cream Biej* :::
This will be one of the most interesting I 1-- Cleaned Currants,
Fruit Cake, -
of the'many interesting daysof I E= Bulk Chow, Goods. Uaeeda Biscuit
this great fair. J
.... Citron, Nuts, Etc., ,., Assorted
Cake, ..,.
Maej Mothers of a Like Opinion. :::: Corned Beef and Pork, A m. Chili Sauce, "
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Mr of Cordova, i ,
Palmer Iowa : Potted Ham and Pork, ,
says; "One of my children was subject Celery Sauce,
to croup of a severe type and E Salmon Cutlets, ':=.. Every, Can Cranberry Sauce, .
the giving of Chamberlain's Cough II 1.' Imported Sardines ....
Remedy promptly, always brought a"d.' Pie Filling, __
::... Chase & Sanbor'sTeas and Coffee. "
relief. Many mothers in this neigh- .._. B oor's Head Cheek :
borhood think the same as I do about Canned Lobsters
this remedy and want no other kind Guaranteed&Co's Chutney, --
E= Sweet Pickel Peaches, "
for their children." For sale by all K II Pimentoes, 3
--- Pickled Onions, nfln '
druggists. m
C. & B. Oxford Saitsag, .....
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Ocala Rifle's Minstrel Show. == Cantaloupe Mangoes. -
Kippered Herring, :::
Prof. Pittman requests us to say =::= Bell Pepper Mangoes, "B
that a meeting of the Ocala Rifles Piccalilli, est Bloaters and Findm lea....... ::::
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will be held at the armory tomorrow Monogram Catsup, Oyster Bay Asparapw, ::::
night to make arrangements for the Small Sifted Peas, ...

coming minstrel show.It Chew-Choqr, Small Lima Beans, ::
will excel the one given last I Horseradish :Mustard, 8 ireakfast I n theWord. White Cherries, :::

year, and besides retaining all the :: Celery Salad, '
talent] that won so many laurels on p.De..iled Cheese, Egg Plums, :::

that. occasion )[r. Anthony Finzel Whole I Ripe Tern***., "-
Condensed Soups, B --
and Mr. Fred Gaskill have been added P"- a con
I Peeled AprwsU, ::
to the list of performers.A Mincemeat 1.-.
Prominent Trainman. Sliced Lenxm Cling 1 t11Mli, =-

The many friends of G. H. Hassen --
engineer LE. & W. Railway, at -- --- -
present living in Lima 0., will be tll

pleased to know of his recovery from Pay a visit to our store and will
threatened kidney disease. He says: .. we show
*'1 was cured by using Foleys Kidney you
Cure which I recommend to all, especially Pr

.afflicted.to trainmen" Postoffice who are m DrugStore Similarly goods that will please you, both ,as to quality and ..


For Sale.
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Five and one half acre orange rice.
-< grove located in Candler, Marion .
county, one half block from depot, EE '
one half block from postoffice. 2-26 -' ,
fruit bearing orange trees; good 5 .
room cottage and stable. This will ::: Yours for More Business -
bear investigation. A a snap at this -
price, ($1015). Ten hundred and for- \
to-flvedollars, terms to suit. Address, -
W. L. SHEETS,
10-7-4t 4045thAveMcKeesport.Pa.Thousands --

a of people are coming

from every section of the United
States and Cuba to the South Florida THE -POT GaC

Fair, at Tampa, November 14th to

26th, inclusive, which will be the II--
O-
grandest fair ever held south of At

lanta. Don't fail to attend, and -S: .
don't fail to send exhibits that will


.Y jour win prizes community.and reflect creditably upon. -< fi...........,." ...,... 4.t.'tti't.. ." ." ." ,.,. .,..'4'' .. .....4..'." .,',.." ..,',.," ateee1" '




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