The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 25, 1903
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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the popular conductor on the Dun. the Florida Meat Packing Company, I! ;:- -

nellon "short," frpeut Wedntsday iu left last night for Cincinnati and '. ::
EE ra_ g E. K. NELSON & CO.
Ocala shopping. other northern cities for the purpose | :
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of iSavauuah, are visiting Mis. I
F Announcement !
F Ja Mr. A. T. Swarts, president of the Millinery 3
Kamsauer'd sisters, Mrs. R. R Carroll -a

I IN A BOX !' 1 I and Mrs Blanche Hannah. Southern Manufacturing Company, :: "We wish to announce to our many patrons as well ==

f of Jacksonville, was in Ocala Saturday =jj as to the public in general that our line of. a
'.E a Wednesday morning the home ofMr and is contemplating making his if
If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if have g FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY :
LE you irS and Mrs E. K. Nelson Wl/3"gladdened residence in this city. He is au excellent
Dire tationery.ou're! in a box if you haven't the paper, and :2fc ::: For -
paper Ulna nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles. =5 by the arrival a winsome gentleman! and will add very r--- 1903-04 3E -

little daughter. materially to our citizenship. will be here in a few days. pIt will be composed of r3z -:

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE \ For a bilious-attack nn_ _take__ Chamberlain's selections from the most popular millinery houses in 3SI

Dr. J. H. Johnson and wife, of the country--everything new and up-to-date. U'o 2:::

3 stomach and Liver Tablets and Micanopy, who have been visiting E E are determined to give the ladies of Ocala and surrounding ==
I a quick cure is ct-ruin. For sale by :::: territory the latest creations in the --
very ;
v all druggists and medicine dealers. )[r. and Mrs. Walker Bishop at Silver:;
.r+ m =E millinery art this season, and to show them how well :::

3 Sitar Christian Richards of Gainesville Springs; returned home Wednesday. = we have succeeded we want them all to call in a few

They are very much delighted with ::: days and examine our stock. Watch for the opening :2 g
who i is well Known in this
., a the beauties of the Spaiugs and surrounding EE: date later. ::
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country.Mr. ---- =----
at St. Mary's College. Fr -

i and Mrs. J. F. Norton who | E. K. NELSON & CO. 1
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have been visiting relatives in this ,

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,, to Ocala Tuesday. He was accompuuied a
their home at tit. Petersburg. -alIIIIII

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{ ...J Mrs G. W. Wutsou and children, them and will remain I
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after a brief visit to Mrs. C. E. Absou, this winter.
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE I
returned their home
to Holder
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The young people of the Junior
r Tuesday afternoon r
Auxiliary of Grace church, who meet

4'l LANDS. )[r. and Mrs. J. A. Rouse and Miss each Wednesday at the: rectory, have ( DRUG STORE.Medicine '

I Nellie okwalter of Macon Ga. been the
working during summer to m _

who luve been at Montezuma i endow a free cot in the Church Home 1

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or Hotel for several weeks, have return and Hospital at Orlando. They have i ia one thing that elands between life and death. Your
physician writes a prescription that will do you good if properly
l lease on royalty communicate with him. ed home. planned for a sale of fancy work for put
I and good drugs used. We are now prepared to fill
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Mr. L. K. Edwards, secretary and this laudable object in a few weeks. lions at short notice with drugs from Park Davis & Co., and .111.1

manager of the Irvine Crate and a equally reliable houses. It is worth your while to think on
Many people in Ocala are still bilking -
Basket i1 subject and insist on your prescriptions beiug brought' |here where I
Office ant to Dr. Smith. Postoffict Block. Ocala Fla. Manufacturing Company, was about the admirable and
.1 I m nothing but the very best drugs that ran be procured are Us-etl. eI
in Ocala Tuesday; and reports everything
in which Gov. Jennings met anddisposed
Full Line of Standard Patent Medicines.
I prospering in his section. I I :;
of many knotty problemsput I I !!
---- him number of Taliafetroand
to by a
local litter Mre. C. E. Abeon and children have Mrs. D. E. Mclver and children,
Stockton followers on his recent Our Line of
I after fependiug the uturner moat delightfully i
to Bartow to visit Mr a. Abso 'l!
-- --=- I II I II brother, Judge Boswell. wtthMrs. Mclver's fatherat visit to Ocala. Those who heard him iID 1 Fine Toilet Soaps, Peraurqery) Fancy Stationery, Etc.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I think a great deal more of him than Cannot be in central Florida and
Hickory, N. C., returned home surpassed as to price, we can

The house on Ft. King avenue occupied Tuts.tay. they ever did before. .51 a only say that we propose standing fetrktly up to wl-nt our Haute

)lr, BrnJ mln H. Weathers was a by Mrs. Juhan is being improved t' indicates.
Mr. B. I. Hull, of Connor, was in Master Norton and Miss Meme
,t\.tor to I'.I"tb Tuesday.Mr. with a fresh coat of paint. t
i Ocala Tuesday takit'g a special examination Davis, the twelve year old son and Give Us a Call,

Bu lUyw issue Wednes. I Mr. E. L. Carney went down to before the school board the five year old daughter! of Mr. and i' 1NTI.MONOPOLY DRUG STOrE.J. .

.*; (raw Lo rll.Mr lake heir Wednesday afternoon to Mr. Hull i", all old teacher and in Mrs. D. W. Davis, entertained their W. CASTEL
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: t -- Inspect his fine grove at that point. every way is an excellent citizen.Fotey's little Irieuds at a birtmUy party =
! lh.*.. H. Lloyd was up from L. : :
------- TUf'sdayafleruoou. There were quitea ,.. ,._."":: iCTjaiire jf gjBtjjj
: t Huklrr Wetlurwlay.I Tuesday eras the Jewish New Year Honey and Tar i is peculiarly
number of children and in
I allot the Jewish adapted lor.jebronic; (throat troubles
tt and in consequence .I r
I h.IWleviswews-Letter has and will positively cure bronchitis! every way the afternoon was a must
stored were clo-trd until six o'clock.
r at.aD4uuld It* cartoon service.Mr. .- hoarseness sud bronchial uisen*>es. merry one.

. f W.-U. Bobbitt- represented Miss Lui-ile titandley, who has been Refuse. substitutes. Postotlice DrugStore In I I II I The girl is the mother of the wo.rjiauju '. .-....- .. ."... ._' ( MOSQUITO

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friends iu Valdosta for several .
IWddlc lu Ocala Tuesday.Mr. =tasthe"boy is the fatherof the .... .
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Mrs. J. A. Me David of .. ,
Fellowship, '- ...' '
-- weeks returut-d home Tuesday. :,
I iian." The period when the womanly : :
Ueo. H McKeau a business who has just returned from.a visit to
1 f functions begin is one to be care ;
lUUor' to Jacksonville Tuesday. Miss r>*sie Leaveugood returned Mrs. Wallace Kelsey, at Port Tampa, .:! :. 9 Nickel plated.
fully watched and considered. Irregularity
II \Ve 'n s lay from Duunellon wI er she i is in Ocala the guest of her daughter, Patent' frames.
Plata M.tbrws. aud Edwin lieardon or derangement at this time
has been ou a visit for the pa. t week Mrs H. G. Hay craft. Plain nets and
be promptly met and cured by a
If'KKudlug a few days at S ntOd.t may

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson have Bliss Lizzie Slaughter, of Jackson, the Use of Dr. Pieree's Favorite Pre- with lace.Bobinet .

l' t )lr! John M Taylor, after a pleasF returned to Holder. They were accompanied Ga., alter a short visit with her bcriptiot. But neglected at this critical nets.

:, l ut II.Jouro at lUy|>ort. U nn the road by Mips Leila Barnes. brother, Dr. T. K. Slaughter, at Le. period may entail aiauy years of Plain and lace

I gala. _. von, left Wednesday afternoon for future suit'ring. "Favorite Prescrip-

I i l >>r. John-I'-.-Galloway- bas been Mrs. H. C. Groves and son, Henry, Tampa, where she will visit for a few lion" acts directly upon the womanly trimmed.OCiLA .
: II I Indiana wherethey J
t returufd ,
del fur meral weeks but Is now have weeks. organs giving them perfect vigor and FURNITURE CO.
i have been spending some time.
M".doC., abundant vitality. It removes the v

> -- -- Miss Wickers, of Coleman, was in obstructions to health and happiness E. C. SMITH, Prop,

i >>... Uule Slaughter, of Jackson, Mr. E. J. Triay, a prominent citiZen Ocala Wednesday the guest of Rev and delivers womanhood from the
i of Jacksonville, is a visitor to the cruel of "female weakne-s."
/ 0.,U visiting her brother, Dr. T. K. I and Mrs. J. P. Hilburn. !She left on bondage .
1 city and a guest of the Ocala House. You pay the postage Dr. Pierce gives i
&.Bhtr, at Lcvou. the Atlantic Coast Line for I Sutherland :: -
1 you the book. The People's CommonSense -

1 Mr. Waterson Tucker has gone to to attend the Florida Conference Medical Adviser, 1008 pages,
Mr.W. )I. Brooks, a prominent

1 I I&wphaU mlntr,*** registered at theW Dunnellon where he will assist Mr. College. 700 stamps illustrations to defray is sent cost free of on mailing receiptof MILLINERY[ YI( MRS, L. T. TOMPKINS. 1

C P. B. King in his building operations.Rev. Rev. J. P. Hilburn left Wednesday
p do *iay hale House. only. Send 21 one-Ci>nt stamps to defray
for Sutherland to be
p presentat cost of mailing only, or 31 stampsfor
Dr. H. A. Daniel came in Wednes- and Mrs. J. A. Hendry and the opening of the Florida Confereiise cloth bouud. Address Dr. R. V. Fine Millnery is the choice of the

p .., from a short visit to his old home children went down to Fort Green College today. Mr. Hilburnis Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
finest markets
the world, and the
latklormlle. Tuesday to visit relatives for a short
the financial and travelling

9I work a dream of art. A complete I

while. _ of this Methodist institu
: ),lt. and Mr.. B nu* returned Wed success! Styles novel and artistic,
Mrs. T. H. Johnson and daughter,
, eesdq fruit a Valllt to relatives at tion.Mr. $15.00fOR defying competition and surpassing i

J BreoMia and Cedar lies.31ra Clara, who have been spending rome H. S. Chambers has rented the comparison Try 1

\ time at White Springs are home Redding house on South Second street MRS- L. T. TOMPKINSfor
J. J. Ot'ig returned home THIS SIZE.Elgin I
again. for the winter. Mrs. Chambers is at your winter hat. You must be
\ fc'tdandaj afternoon from a week'slttolit.
at Orange Lake packing their ( or \V>>ltham) pleased. Do not buy until you have
present i
of the : ,
one i
t1t! AugulIUne.Atol.t Mr. Oscar visited her store. I
farmers of Heatherlsland, furniture preparatory to moving toOcala
or prosperous 55-/:; _
serious revults of Kidney was among the visitors to Ocala Tues I permanently.Dr -
M44tr dborder by taking Foley's I !

Ziwy Cure. IWoffice Drug Store.m day. i D. A. Smith, of Anthony, was Opposite Pittman's Furniture Store corner Ft. King I
ave. and Magnolia,street and Liddoa's Livery Stable.
Mrs. Caro Murrell moved Tuesdayinto in Ocala Tuesday and was very enthusiastic f
)I,. in Ocala Tuesday I tW.
one of the cottages on South about the condition of
to Uttinou connected with the board
Fourth street, which are owned by things round about that section. He t
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coontj eomtuiiwiouers.
--- Mr. Herbert Jones. says that Anthony is now the centerof i
\ Mr Cb.7 rented the _
i *. Peyser has the largest watermelon and canta
i I Cfu.k Douse on South Third street Foley's Kidney Cure makes the diseased -
in the
fields state.
will loupe
sound so they
I *&4 t'IU soon move into Ita me. kidneys
eliminate the poisons from the blood. Deputy SheritT R. W. Holliday
" 'II..\ Mary Lltll i is suffering from a I, Poatoffice Drug Store In f. P. EDWARDS.
brought a
" Fu McCoy, Monday
Irouchlal attack, which keeps B.
tE hr We are gUd to learn that negro named Arthur James who was I AT CITY MARKET.
coufloed<< to her room. been ill for FI734GUARANTEED
: who has
A. Weathers, convicted in Justice Granthams court
E. Rip. W. L.:Mahou, financial agent several days was very much better of carrying concealed weapons. He FOR 25 YEARS.

: the BaptUt Orphanage, returned Wednesday.We was sentenced to ninety days on the and Vegetables in Season. City and Country

i ; *.Arcadia Tuesday afternoon. are glad to learn that Mrs. county roads or py a fine of $100. He Trade Solicited.Free .

I t Hla &lU& Dozier leaves Saturday Frank Brown, of Silver Springs, who starts member this morning of his with excellent Mr. crew Luciusas of fRED. G, B WEIHE, Delivery. Phons

to be a I .
sick is able vp
.;1 fer Bpruuburn H. C., to continue her has been quite road builders. II I I OCALA . FLORIDA.

;: fe Kadte it Convert College.f and about again.
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III.'ibor Day" means a days with. "SARTORIUS" WANTS PROOFThat 1 answer every purpose. ..e

REMOVED. The county desires and needs i POLITICAL 1
out labor __ 1 One hip "is anchored out at theFar"III".n CHIPS
Dream iiumir. uts. Is this one of the ways
Are .
Socialists Visionary .
It look/ if the \le uguriD
DOW as buoy, waiting to be pilotedinto
ro the Editor of the Ocila Banner.
Fools. Cranks. Etc.Ocala to secure them, squander tbe county : :
ri tie for the canal will be selected.It ers. the pool where vessels are loaded .
Tbe be ,
rritermay trespassing *
upon property when the people of the state FROM THE STATE PRESS .
24th 1903.
Sept. sacred ground, but I trust there are with rock, and two more are on the
is cow ss&id that the candidatesare as one voice are asking for an increase iNt ........IN. !
of the Ocala Easier. .
To the Editor no Mark Hannas to l become offended way and will oe here ia a few days.
in for school and road ?
going; to empty their pepperboxesen adver.tisement taxes purposes
fleam the following because, forsooth, I humbly desire to School has. opened here. | BELIEVE A W..p.[ ifWe n
each olbtr. with The needs echools and the
mutual interest l
in our county :
ask:: those who may know a few simple Miss Ob Clevt-hud, of Rockwell, is don't believe a word r.f i ..
such comments as you think might county needs rolds to get to these ; "
Charley Dougbt-rt is i:: accused a. 1 visiting friends here.
... questions concerning the proposed !. portseutoutatnut a w>uth
make forcible sc-boo's. Bu where i is tLe i FIftriCt
It is said be has stolen Jim strengthen and more money and Mrs. Arundale
theft. transfer; of the court house squareto Mrs. Rnacb ; ,
the intelligence coming from to build these roid? : editor having t iio tf..l.; ft.him.
this appeal to highest .
Barr platform. the United state government fora I with tb.-ir f.iiuilier, moved to Lake-
in the land to exert itself to tbe ut-I It would be a beautiful conlribu1i Just the idea'-: .F&t1a.t
site for a government building. laud st \ve-s; to take! advantage of
Jacksonville: is going to invite HouW. the task and legendary Democrat. \ud"blil .
mo-t in order to accomplish lion to history, literature { waC 01!
What is the true full valuation of the excellent sen *>i of which that usA
R. Hear to visit that city during set before it : Jove to say! The people! of Marion incredible is the fact that rise ...
Their will .
this plot of ground? I am informed place ran boiist. busbinds
carnival wf't"k. WANTED. 'Uuntatt tiC Florida, trawl from I! theft was perpetrated u.ii "u* ofunsubsidized
a price of .),IJIJ! has been placed I remain here a while longer. ...
iir' Man or woman of superior brains twenty u thirty miles: through the j editor-. \\ I,,,
The storm did more damage upon tbeground with the privilege iir. merlin!, whileon his way home tttf
Florida than in and knowledge to refute the arguments 8l&udith a two horse team hauling i beard of an UDiub.idilOO i >-i :"" haw
middle and west of removing the court house. Is from here a few days ago, killed! a
.. of the socialists and prove them about S3 worth of produce to get to- [ lag : 50 iu his clothe-r. .\
south Florida. there a man in :Marion county that a large rattlesnake: wnkh was lying "1Dti6t
dreamer, cranks, fools, impracticablts Ocala to see the postoffie built upon I : Record.
of the Wailes' would take f:2C" Wbat bo become
etc., etc., Fortune and wealth ground donated by M riou county to I
Frank Butler from
has returned
was private
box completely corporation property, GOVERNORS 6HOUU
Claim. Has Feplwr I KE eItrgh
and ,
uniimited, fame: unending worship the Cnitt.'dtat government.Erected
it? and Iwause it j is public property is Hadon, where he Lad been summon If members or the
from all 15+1L" legislature Iff
and adoration forever, m the year 1903 and
that an adequate reason to sell for less ed by telegram to the bedside of hi, prohibited by tbe
"subsidiz-d I.rr.o" talk is reacting capitalists! kings, kaiser?, nobles and Will you do it? I pause for an. constitute irum>t
This : mother. He left her
than actual value when there is no greatly improved. aspiring to the offlc
with disastrous effect upon the bouergois prl'5iden'and their higher I swer. Very respectfully, waicu tlty
urgent reason to sell? helped to create or enhance
dependent awaits him or her who W. 0. WAID. m cure,
men who indulge; ia ir.Tall1p Tri I I haze been informed that the four W. A. Brice has: moved the old there should be, in all justice, .1J1
caneuceesfullyrefute, prove wrong, '
bune. corner lots are worth $5,000 each, this GAIT ERVIILE. dredge, No 1. to the island where clause in the constitutionthe
fallacious, visionary, foolish, vicious, I t JltvtuJIUaf
The University of Florida bt ( would still leave the court house and they are busy preparatory to building chief executive of tLe
impractical, pernicious and destructive I I eta..
Lake City opened Tun>Jay with a the ground in front of each -*ide for The farmers of this section are very the steam ways. while serving! the people
the: leading arguments, ideas, m fret
., magnificent outlook for the coming tenets and principles as set forth, county Uses and purposes and if the busy gathering hogs; to put in tLe j The clirp nt r'i crew of men is now capacity, (rom a-pinng and a..t l,

year. promoted and defended by the social court house needs any repairs, and splendid fields of peanuts which busy building the bridge across the campaigning for a higher and ewes

The ridicule of the airship man the four corner lots can be sold: for Gaitervillecao boast of. blip recently dug, where it will soon lucrative post.-Tampa: Tn.un
ists of the world and originally postulated
metthe same km>l of ridicule that _O.OX+ )), which is a reasonable vatuatioi The last few days have been the be: possible to load the barges. Then NN
K>rne forty years ago iu "D", ,,
hooted at Fulton, :Stevenson, Morse, I this would give ample moneyto pleasautest of the season.. All were the railroad hands will lay the rails Governor J enDitl '
Kapital" (Capital) by Karl Marx. I' 1t unfair edict
Bell and )r&r oci. I do the work and have some money made glad. and extend: the road: some distance to belittle Senator Tlmafirri'
An-wers received by 1:. S. members 'i, fl' IJtt
I left over. Mr. Jason Moore, of Holder, wa, in I i further on. in will
And now comes James Alexander of the committee at the Waldorf- congress not help tutu in bu
It may be barely possible that the Gaiterviile the past week. Business
and says that Mr. Burrs claims to be I j Astoria, New York. I BLITCHTON. attempt to root into the senate a* Yr.Ti.1iaftrro' .
A proverbial "nigger" i is concealed ia being tie object of his visit
in favor of the primary election! for I Also by individual capitalists; bankI I sa *ssor. Even )fir
the woodpile there Uncle Joe made dying trip to The farmers of thi 1 l
are so many : a section are preparing | Jennings cannot tool the
all offices except the ofiice: he hitu- promoters and financiers and I people wbes

belt bold I! their chief secretaries and clerks in about you know; if >so, when you put Dunnellon :.Saturday evening and it to harvest the remaining hay he tries for selfish, personal reai

fire to it, he will come out was a unfortunate evening for
office during absence of ewploy'esasfollows very hurriedly. very crop. to detract from Mr. Taiuferro briJ.liant .

If the editors of Florida exhibitedan : Wilhelni: Edward, Nicholas, him, or at least, the letter part of it I Mr. 'iliotapson, living near Sanford, senatorial r.-oord.-Ltot'ilf'

inordinate thirst for office, perhaps, Pius X, Abdual Haluid, Roosevelt, I am fully an are of the fact that a gov was. He says if the people living on is iu our town looking for a site for a Commercial. Pray, w ben wu it

it would be in order for stamp I Booker Washington, Morgan, Rooke- erument buildinll upon this property that road don't vote a dry ticket it location. He is an all round businessman made an offense to quote ai of a mu't

orators sprinkle them even liberaly feller, et al too numerous to mentions would very materially enhance the won't be because they don't need it. and is going into the stock official record from the official records .

with IeFI'rrsalt, spice, etc., tot a II I here, but given upon request value of some property but not all Saturday morning a number of the raising business.Dr. ? That is the W twin of the |ofernor's -

they even refuse tolel offices be thrift I THEINTEItNATIO\ALCOIUITTEE. the property in the county. Iu fact citizens met at Stoke's ferry and assisted Blitch and his charming daughter : I : offense. These Taliaferro papers

upon them making uf them targets ,i per Sartorius. I the most of the property would not :! Mr. R. D. Stokes in his work of Miss Legie, left Monday for Louisville seem to be laboring uu
for abuse seems a little out of place i I I P. S Replies mutt come in witbiu I be increased in value any more than repairing the terry boat and it is Ky. They will be gone for a delusion that the junior Hotter1

it is uuw being ir crt t.J. likely the crossing, will be suspended riod of three
Mr. Earl Mark, \\tr an excellent six mouths to give us a chance to ute !:! p? weeks... We wish thema record ia A sacred thing that mat MC

position with Architect: Clutho, the material before the presidenti-1 Again, when it is attempted to remove while the boat is undergoing repair pleasant trip. be touched under pain of political|

of Jacksonville, i+ in Ocala to see his election in 110t.CLAIMS! ) tbe court house the public will It waa thought the old boat would Mrs. F. A. Carter was visiting at death, but be that a* it may ta*

infant daughter. Mr. Mark ba been realize very sharply who pays tbe answer fora few days, but at presentit Williston Saturday returning home people have a right to know viler

US A MEMBER. bills: and how often they must bepaid. is doubtful.Mr. Sunday.Mr. their public servants bare dour and
working on tire plans for new
Carnegie iiL letslid ibenew board I Archie X. Brass made! a busi- J. A. Had oek, of York, is I they will know. They will not Ottij

of trade building in Jacksonville and To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.A The next move would be to bond nt-s. trip to Lecanto Saturday return spending while with his nephew, thoroughly investigate the rwoni af

is here for a two week's vacation.HaviLg few extracts from my thoughtson I the county for ?50,000 or lOO,() 1lJ to ing Monday morning. Mrs. N. L. Freyrnouth, at this place Senator Taliaferro, but they will art

trading Mr. Harris lay sermons build anew court house onanother Wonder who the parties were that Hon. C. M. Brown, of Ocala, passed investigate that of Goverour J.t*

printed the heart-broken I don't think he would like to be accused lot to enhance some more private had such a pleasant time crossing the through our town Friday en route to nings.-1 Jve 0k Crescent.

mothers story of tae!: death of her of being a Spiritualist a "lead property at the expense of the public river Saturday? I guess they crossed I the Shell Pond barbecue. Hurrah I ...1

child, the Ocala Banner printed ing light," but with tbe knowledge We now have a court house which all U. K. and made it, home too. for this noble man and his enterprise. C. S[. Brown, of Ocala, CI114Watt

Mayor Thomas', letter in reply to the displayed by him he can hardly be seems to answer all necessary public Come again Mr. H., may be it won'tbe Three chars will[ accompany his for
got eruor, b quoted a* saj iflf tohU
mother's story because fiirnesj ia one esteemed in any other light than a purposes !good vault for the safetyof so bad next time. election.
harrangue at Suell Pond, Ltt1
of its cardinal virtues. Now, will the lay member- the archives and records and will Mr. R. D. Stokes made a business BUTCHTOX.
county, recently that there ale
Gainesville Star chow tbe same spirit Our Spiritual light radiates back I supply tbe needs for some time and trip to the Brick City Monday. Card Playing and Dancing
"thirteen subsidized newspapers tt
of fairness and print Mr. Bedell's through darkness and gloom from when the attempt is made to remove Home of the young people of Gaiter Warfare against dancing, card this
state, whose political opuMM
letter in reply to Major Thomas' niches and crevaseea' time extending the court house tbe records will be yule, accompanied by Mr. G. O. playing and other kindrea amusements
come from the pocketbook of (w'porli.tlons.
statements? 3 to a period long before the Star:; placed in jeopardy with the chances Turner, attended preaching Sunday baa been declared by a Muncie, I
Every editor iu tJw
All of Bethlehem arose to announce the of being without a value for some evening the convict camps; near Ind., minister. In a recent adore
Praise Him.
state should at
once demand of tfctt
advent of Christ and hU mi&ion. At time. Dunnellou. Rev B. T. Rape preach he declared that the dance was the
Hon. c. M. Brown in his at
speech man that he name the thirteen {*.
the first dawning when God's spirit The present court house ed a good sermon. road to ruination and hell and thatcard
Shell Pond General Bullock compares
paid a papers to which h* refer Of ewfae
in matter made man there arose favorable The here can't understand playing little
very now with the most o f people was a He
beautiful tribute did he his
nor forget he cannot do it. It is: doubtful if .*
old comrades iu arms. The words were this spiritual! affluence which has I j the business houses. Perhaps it is I why their school has not commenced said that no one could be a good!; mem could
name one that 1110 i jao
as eloquent as they were appropriate.If measured, stroke with stroke, from much better than quite a number of They can't beat anything concerning tier of the church and at the sametime fiueuced paper
-unless it be his O"U pipet,
all time. I them. it. Hope it will soon open its doors dance and play card He also
the Hon. C. M. Brown could get the Belleview! ..-LiUT ahtrA
From out of the shadows of I That this Mr. C. B. Brooks his
those words into the minds of every eternitycame county deserves a good, today to paid respects to women wearing makes
no pretension to &***
veteran in the state he would "jes this spiritual glow and to its !I commodious government building isI resume his work at Invernt'.S"hich low-necked and short-sleeved dresses: being
paper but is run simply aud ..)jI'11
lad," for it would elect him.-Ocala extinguishment all powers :Ibave displayed ,I true. that one will be built, I think place be was at before going to Jacksonville even wben lice yokes and sleeves are Brown's
political P._u'+ I.I .
alar. i their fear and hatred for it. j is; also true. on tbe encampment. He used, and called such persons half orgau. y
this connection be miJrn hI" *etf
Original "POOh-Bah" Dead.11ew An attempt at its overthrow will be ',1 That Marion county should sacrifice reports having a fine time while in nude. I I and John tfUtktou t
York, Sept. 22.-Mark em!:. made and accoillplihedlfH! cannot ;I her property to the United States Jacksonville. Hardly a Sunday passes but some

the well known comic opera cornelian get justice from our courts. The freedom | government, I do not bdieve is true Success to the Banner. clergyman devotes his sermon to a pooled their political fortune*-a t..r-

and the original Pooh-lieh in the "111-- poration, andeveryone &ku.'wi w
of speech and the use That the government is able and. UNCLE JOE. discussion like tbe above. The intentions
kado," is dead at hi* home ia this city the News-Letter is owned .i,4ed dlfW10
from dropsy after an illness of four use of the maih are denied us; incarcerated j I willing to pay iu bills, I think all I BELLEVIEW BRIEFS. are evidently excellent: : but we '
by him ..." '
hid Br
months He was 48 years old an6 in prisons and driven to the I will concede. seriously doubt if the good results are through eoU.

wu born in Mobile. Ala. Smith, since lowesta of di and Bo candidacy is considered in ail **u.
depths pair degre- why should Marion count.2ive The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist noticeable. Dancing and playing
the beginning of his stage career in of the state as a huge juke, and lit
1876, had appeared with many leal dation. But this spiritual power will I away her own property of which she church held a very successful ice cards are right or moron; according to ::i i

let light opera organizations. crystalize itself into tbe form of socialism I has a constant need? It suits the cream sale in the town hall Friday tbe temperament of the participants, i(i one expects that be will varrjew*
his own Bounty, bat this intuit! tW
where all classes may then county purposes and if the noise night. I Many young people have been started i
Woman Sentenced to Prison. he has odVred the of Floral It I
Philadelphia. Sep. 23.-Annie R unite on the platform of the one sometimes interferes with the work Mrs. Devaneau, sr., left Sunday for oil tbe road to ruin by each of these press

Eharpley, who caused the postoffici Fatherhood of God and Brotherhood I of the court when in session this can her old home in Gainesville. amusements!, and yet to thousands; whole should not b* allowed{ tll poi I,

authorities much trouble through ten of Man. E. L. RAY. I be easily remedied by paving the Mr. Peter Jones still continues and thousands of others dancing: has unchallenged.Tampa Times

Kindling operations In raising tilt I Dunnellon, Fla.County. i street of the been
part square with borne quite ill. an enjoyable and wholly intro
figures on postal money orders it II How dear to our hearts ts the aM

many cities: has teen sentenced te: Politics. material to lessen and deaden the Mis Adelaide Webster returned cent pastime and games of cards have .. yellow pumpkin when orchards*

the Eastern penitentiary for two years j sound caused by the public travel. last week from & three months sojourn provided a pleasant way of pa: >sing an
To the Editor of the Ocala I barren .
She from Banner. of stuffing for pie*. s *
came England several yean This would cost much less than the in Tyson, N. C.Irs. evening. Both diversions will continue
eg, and is said to be connected wit! Plain John's Cousin's squib in last peaches and apples have ((>ib press
a good family tiers. j removal and a new building, and ) W. A. Sparkman and two to be enjoyed in future as they
week's Ocala Banner comes in rather failure, and berries of no kind haW
No Trace children, of Oxford, spent Sunday have in the past-Palm Beach New
of I I.
Alleged Embezzler. bad grace from one whom during the greeted our eyes How loudly ..
Buffalo, N. Y. Sept 22.-'Inere liBO : fin Ancient with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell.The .
many years that he held office could i Foe As Sleepy Willie Sees It turn to the fruit of the o'rufi 1J W-
trace of Llewellyn Smith, til first meeting of the new council
bookkeeper of the firm of ElrIck Bros., not see the error of his way or ti"eternal e I To health and happiness ia Scrofula Early to bed and early to rise does the fruit that our chilJren aw UuW
recently elected was held in the
lire stock da&Iari. alleged to hare embezzled fitness of things" until he as ugly as ever since time immemorial. very well with preachers and guys, to dt''pise-the old yellow pa nipt*

a sum variously eatimatedabout at "out of job." I It causes bunches in the neck, dis- town hall Tuesday evening.
a the
was but makes a man miss all the fun till mud covered pumpkin, the bit I
$80,000. 1.)1. ESrick. memo I figures the skin, inflames the mncoui Those registered recently at the
ler of tile firm, stated that their door When the voters of Marion county { membrane, wastes the muscles, weal Seminole have been F. F. Barnett, he dies and joins the old stiffs that bellied pumpkin, that mike *(-

a were not clocai and that they had no have enough of an official they do i ens the bones, reduces the power of are up in the skies. Go to bed wbenyou good piesI-HarrUburg: Sever !

Intention of doting them. They one e not wait for his resignation but havean resistance to disease and the capacity OxfordJ. W. Savarese, Savannah; please and lie at and !
your ease,
doing business A. :. and W. G. Howard
as usual today. I Doyle Jack-
effectual way of giving him the recovery, and develops into con you'll die just tbe same from a LatindL Col. Me Barco: left on )llloda1

Greeks of Boston tea a meetini "grand bounce" as living witnesses .1 sumption. sonville. Josn. llSe. last for Lithia Spring*, (,a.. to riI&

and protested against Buleari&nt can testify and some officials may my"A neck.bunch It appeared caused great on pain the,left was side lanced.of Some men get so far away from theromance The Wilderville his family who have been at t**

making incursions into Macedonia and learn. and became a running sore. I went into a of youth that when they revisit correspondent of .*
VOTER Springs for the He
stirring up Insurrection. f general decline. I Rae persuaded to try the Tampa Tribune says that Prof.B. past
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and when I had taken the old swimming hole they be about wui*
two three
TIle city of Linares. Mexico. 1. taUcommercb.U Whether advertising pays or not ill bottles my neck was healed, and I have D. Kendrick of that place is teachIng gone or >
4 never had trouble cl the kind want to turn on the warm water The fall 11-
.on account of yeno'lflTer any since. term of the Agnes Scott / .
some people will pay fa:: cents for a MEB. K. T. SSTDEB, Troy, Ohio. faucet. a school near Ocala. ..
there. There are over 200 CUM I etitule, at Decatur, began on To*** i
ia Llnirea. "Lost" ad. to find a wortnless old :! Hood's !
Sarsaparilla Senator Kirk and Editor St Some merchants I
advertise for
the I day and the Colonel wanted to b*
The emperor of Germany has bet I pocket book containing 40 cents and \ Clair-j
.i: and Pills Abrams are not at all pleased same reason. that a frightened man present at the opening to enter 311S'

lanijuetted> Austria. by Emperor Frands JNepof (I I "valuable papers. E. J. Salt, iu f: wBl rid you of it, radically and per- those constitutional "knock out j whistles when he walks down a dark : nie, his bright little daughter at I '
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L Advertising Points. uanently, as they have rid thousand drops." street-Exchange.
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\{. The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.'

'O1.. JLXXYII, NO. !9)
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SAU 2LI2AS2T2: RABBIS Local Eiitcr I I Mr. W. J. Lowenbtein of

;;::: Mr J. Salamonsky, of Baltimore, two I I I S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER

ABOUT TOWN. popular salesmen are in the for -
HAPPENINGS city a Ladies' Evening for tl.e First Time-

few days. Large Number Attending. Arrangements are Being Made for An S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Mr. C. C. lUwls, ot Elmwood, was Interesting Came Soon.
Ralph Robinson returned home Monday afternoon a party of ladies

i in the city Monday. Friday. afternoon from a ten day's spent the afternoon at the bowling The management of the Ocala Baseball -

Miss Mary l'i3ott has gone north to delightful visit to Bruce )Ietrert at !I II alley. This was the first afternoonthat Association are endeavoring to Livery Feed and Sale Stables
I ,
trend a couple of weeks. Seabreeze._ the alley has been used:: by the I get a game with the crack amateur

The home is the holy of holitp. ladies and proved to be most delight i team of Jacksonville known as the

Col. \V. X. Camp has: returned froma I Don't ful. Hereafter these bowling partieswill Roselauda.! The Ocala base ball team t I
I undervalue it. Don't wander We carry the most completeline
bublness visit to New York. away from it. probably be weekly occurrences. : is in debt, and in order to pay out, .l

I i Those:: bowling Monday were Mrs.:: wish to play this, their last game of of Harness, Saddles, etc ,

.' )Ir. Bartley Corley spent Sunday Mrs. F. A. Teague and baby and Clarence Camp, Mrs. D. Woodrow, .1 the season to a good crowd. They ask in central Florida, and will give t,

with his young son, in Gainesville. Miss! Jean Teague returned Friday I Mrs A. E. Gerig, Mrs. F. L. Watson, I I the support of the good people of the our patrons the very lowest ,

Mr. Ambrose! Davis, of Tampa, is afternoon from a visit to relatives at Miss Lena Bullock, Miss :Maxie Bullock I I I city, and if successful in making arrangements -vy 1 f

\'IlitIng hl: brother, Mr. P. C. Davis. Lady Lake. Miss Harris, Miss Violet Harris, 1 I for the game, will put prices.Ve are thoroughly ,#

Mrs. G. \T. Watson and children, Miss! Reardon and Miss Barco. tickets on sale a week ahead, so as to equipped for fitting out turpen t

Mr. arid Mra. R. L. Anderson have The best scores were made by Mrs. I justify their bringing this team to ,
of Holder, who have been visiting in tine and lumber teams, gear,
fur several weeks. I
gone to Kentucky Geng and Miss Violet Harris. Ocala. ,
r Jacksonville, are the guests of Mrs.XX'atson's etc. ; r -
I wagons, '
The have for
boys a good lineup I '
sister, Mrs. C. E. Abbon. ,.
)lr. Meyer Crown, of Lakeland, ..
Result of the Stove Contest. this occasion: and will put up a strong
formerly of Ocala, spent Sunday in We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Mrs. T. H.Johnson and daughter, The third week of the girls contest game, and the Jacksonville boys )

pc't1i who have been spending borne timeat for the Buck Junior range offered have a long tiring of victories to Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm'\Vagons.

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crawford, of White Spring, are now visiting by H. B. Masters foots up as fallows: : speak for them, so it is easy to see North Side Court House. Ocala ll'Itt1''VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVVVVV

Montbrook, were guests at the Ocala relatives at Williston for a few days. Margarite Anderson:: 507. I that this will be a very interestinggame !

Hooja Monday. Mary Phillips, 512. and one that all should see. r ,
Mrtl. L. P. Miller and children, who
J Ethel Crosby, 421. So let everybody by way of eucour- '
J. W. Crosby and Miss Ethel have been spending several months VYVf9iVYTV7V4vvwv7 w,
Mrs. !
1 Margarite Spellmau, 190. agement subscribe their name for a : ESTABLISHED IS YEARS. r
returned Sunday from a week's at different resort in Mouth Carolina,
Crobby Nellie Nelson, 13S. ticket in advance. .
visit to Tampa. returned home Friday afternoon. HANNHBROSWHOLESALE
Winnie Hunt, 21. When all arrangements have been :

Mrs. W. D. Coudon and Mrs. Annie Sara Davis!!, 43. made the date will be announced in > .
Aletterfrom Mr. Tom Livingston: : LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE. :
p Perry have returned home from a rfttlla Cleveland, 14. the columns of this paper.
sap that he very greatly enjoys the : 1246: to 1258 W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla. t
visit to their daughter and mister Catharine Grace 3.
r weekly visits of the Ocala Banner I Public Sale Notice. .

I, Mrs. B. XV. McDonald, at Jackson- We are requested to state that the As administrator of the M. E. Keep > 4 Full Qts. 12 Pull Qts. .
r Hu tiling Club i2 65 7.00 :
r Mr. John B. Floyd, the "no fence" yule.Ties.. coupons must" be brought in every estate, I will sell at public outcry, Xelson County ,,2.90 750
Wednesday, September 30th, 1903, S Monogram Maryland 3 20 goo t..
man cf the Irvine section, is in the week-they are not good and will not Hanne 44" 3 75 9.50 ,
D. E. Vheistone and Miss
j I without reserve, oue of the best truckor Social Drops 4 00 II.OO :
be counted the second week.
city on :! Bessie Whetstone returned home small stock farms ever offered in > '
Luslut'I You can t tell w hat we :
I I Sunday afternoon from a 8 nrallUouth's ; Save theoouton3 aud take them to Marion county. EXPRESS PREPAID, have until you try. ,
: ,
Mr. Laurence Scott left Tuesday for I II I the H. B. Master's store every Monday i DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. : Our reference, 15 years successful business.; :
visit to relatives in Alabama.Mrs. .
I Baltimore to continue his studies: at -- ----- morning .o they may be counted i This farm located 1J miles west of A'AAAAAAAA1r+nr+rearsc'.au..aee.a..a..aa.uaaaee.a.....

the University of Maryland.Mrs. C. E. Abaon and children arrived Monday afternoon. I Mclntosh, all cleared and well fenced, -- ,j
consisting of one hundred and thirty-
afternoon from
home Friday
has returned I four acres of first class Hammock
Chas. M. Brown
Big Pecans.Mr.
Asheville, Saluda and other pointsin :: i i
land, nearly all in cultivation, fourteen -
from New York and Baltimore where North Carolina, where they have W. H. Hopkins, who has a 1 acres iu grove with pretty fair .

the has been for several weeks. the summer. magnificent place on the south side of fruit, twelve acres in budded tOUR
spent crop j
I I' FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
of Orange Lake, was in Ocala Monday Oranges and to acres in budded
; lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United 'j
Mr. XX'adeBanet.of Braidewtown, Mr. James B. Borland! received a 1 1 Grape Fruit iu good condition atd ,
and brought with him several .
States. Onions Cucumbers
Cabbage, Turnips EggPlant
who Is popular coninercialtrml'er which lone of the in the ,
now a wire from Fort Myers Friday prettiest groves
very tine (..pwiruen, of pecans which Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm i

spent Monday in Ocala. gave the gratifying intelligence that were whipped off the trees by the county. Good modern five and ceiled room and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. '
frame residence plastered
the storm had done no damage in that Be sure to see: or write us before you buy your EarlyCorn
winds. The
recent high specimens inside good well anti cistern ; one -
Miss Mattie Van Fleet, of Birtow, 1 ; for spring.
section. left at this office are the largest we large barn; one large packing house, I
who taught in the Ojala public school
MM. J. M. Mefltrt aud children have ever s-eeii. We will not tell and three good tenant houses, all in
last year, will teach iu the Lake City
good repair.
who have been spending the bummer their exact &iz-- for fear of not being TIle Ocala Seed Storr .
'public school this year. I This property will be t-old to settle
at ?Seabreeze! have returned home. believed. pecans were brought the and better
up estate, a properly
Mxie Moody came in ftuuday froma 1 Mr. MeCVrt went over and accompanied from Louisiana and planted l l.y the would be hard to rind in the late; -- ------- -..- --- -- .

visit to eanford, where he went his family home. late Captain Keep. Mr. Hopkinssays location almost perfect. The (i. & O. --- -_._-- --- ----,--..-
-- railroad divides the and Rotation : .
after the encampment.Messrs. that the trees are so lotded with
__ _u _ )lr. and Mrs.: Chat. K. Sage cuter- the center of the property THE CLUB HOUSE.
the fruit that the brauches I must be I I
31 1. 11. XX'aldrou Alex Holly tamed at an apron party Friday female: will be made at the rrsidenceiat ._

t to Mr. and propped up to prevent their breaking. at 11 o'clock, a. m. Terms cash. .- "
and G. A. Gunter of Dexter, were in;hl complimentary 1
Besides bearing a profitable crop the W. E. ALLEN, "
the in the city Mon Cline. The evening in
arnony strangers Mrs.:: Harry I
I f j I'eean makes an excellent shade tree. Administrator. Cuisine First Class. Dates Ihasorjabltj.
day., every way was mot delightful.Mrs. -
B. Y. P. U. Social. i
|i Mr. M. S. Mo er and Miss Maude Devoured by Worms. 1
3 O. :M. Eatou and baby returned Tnis evening at 7:31) o'clock T} out Rates Month I II, of Cottage Hill, spent Saturday Friday from Asheville, N. C. Children often crp not from paiu- I i Refurrjisljed roug Special by ,
the BaltistnJU:! People's Union
in Ocala with Miss Bessie Moser. Mrs. Eaton visit- but from hunger, alt i th fed abuu I t tI
her absence
,- During will give a social at the residence of -

& .-To-Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. ed New York and other cities:: where I dautly. The entire trouble arises )lr. aud Mrs. f jj. A. Mandley on. Ook- I --
!. i from inanition, their food is not
lUttlrt, Friday Iifltrnuou.l:5eptewbl'f she purchased a beautiful! Hue of lawaha avenue.There :MRS. TIIOS. BARNES, PROP

\ 18, a daughter.Dr. and winter hats, trimrniug', etc., for assimilated butde.ored by worms. A will be music literary : I __
few doses of XX'hite's Cream X'ermiluge -
her millinery establishment. features, ct'iies and refrrshments.l
T. F. Thowas, the druggist and will cause them to cease crying ------- '-- -- ----

Kftdsmau of Gainesville, was in town Miss Bookmaker, of Macon, who: is and begin to thrive at once, very All cordially invited in t he pr and of the everybo-ij, .i- assured a very tJelisht-: : z
the much the joy
: Tuesday the guest of the Montelama. spending few weeks in Ocala! at to surprise :

I Montezuma hotel, sing most beautifully store.mother. 2V. at Auti-Monopoly drug m I ful eveuuitr.- _______ i I I..i EAT MEAT I ITo '

I I at pith the nioruug a id evening
: )1.' .*. ':. B. Cutler returned Sunday A Big Sale. grow strong. Unless we get 1In
l service at the Biplist' cburch The T. U, Commissioner.The '
!i- oorulug from While apnugs ii.! .:. ...11'lhii city F a oort meat we may as well let .ji

j j the ej,rut two mouths most plcaiut- :Sunday.: end of the eleven5h week of the closed a big sal.- 1'u. ,,'hy with Ctpt. I i ''r a it alone. There is no strength m
voiius contest for St.L I
I ; W. J. liillmitu ,f Floral City. Tu<
; i
I 11 iu tough meat-instead of
t The Ocala Banuer has! discovered I World's Fair cnmmi&iouer giver '
I., )Ir.. H. F. Hyuuu and children, another uusjbsidizrd new 'papur: the ended as follow: saleelnirrlrg fifteen tiiouiiud acres 'u i Vf > 'kr iug, ]it takes stretgih to digest .
, I Ij of round umber 1 lauds: near O.leva; in v.
i I rh'he been hpeuiiiusj some time Bell view Nr vs-letter. It is supporting I Middle andVVai. division-MisMimie i q Ett ,. ; I it. It pays to be careful in
l j HHiabopmsh loOUIJ:)', several thou.
Ctudler N. C. arrived home :SunJ X. C. Siockiou for < ,{ buying meat-be sure to get
i f I Hou. Joo. Hindtll, of d1I1"/la, S4, ;
: I sand of mul-s,
crops I'lrptriitiii-
! the besl tender and ebon .
< f'cruoou. Cud Hon. C. M. t.t- I
j United States seu itor Miss John M'-Queeu, of Talliha: see, !
that with
wagons ever) tiling goes
It -' Brown f-r governor. lID rye Pay a little more if need beam
'l. Mr. JIM Bell, whosmci the encamp- 07.XX'est an up-to date turpentine plant. Tne
put iutlhiug in your*ti>mxhwhiih
Coast divi-ion-Miss Agues
i r Dint hat been in Jacksonville the MisEiiieC! pu' your
Rodgers, of M. PeteMbunr, 8,902: ; MiiSira --'t: :
; "|ut tof his brother, Mr. Ben Bell, high school ai Ocala, came iu from Ai and blood in
t Harris, of Ocala. 8,3t'1. STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO iLUCAS r I s- t.J41e strong. your
k came JOlU "SuadayMr. CuittiihiMichee, where Mi": has been "
Cor.NTY. .
) &, heart.EDTNAARDS
Lillian Coast di\"i"ion-\1iss I
t visiting her Miter, :Mrs. Montau. She FlUSh J. CHENEY makes oath that
and Mrs.! A. Y. Mrunk; of Thomas Jacksonville 53,174; Miss
will > to (.ult'rvill for a visit to her he is the senior partner of the firm of BROS.
l Spring' Park, spent Friday in Ocala g Edith P>e, Jacksonville, 44,877.Bucklen's F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business in -
Marktf () Ma.
j father ami mother, Dr. and Mrs. J. )[. Mali 2 and i Cil} < aa.
p with Uu.lrdltughtt-r J. D. Hour the City of Toledo, county aud state y \&
Arnica Salve.
before returning t<> Ocala.
r _rtkou.Mr, TimesUniou.Times Has world-wjde fame for marvellous afore"ai.llnd said firm will pay tl.e 5 B g g dii8 i gia.if'.JJ i i ciggBCgg gjsi
r Tdl.iba""ee cor. to of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS=
J *. H. B. ClarK iuu aud children ,'urt' i. It surpass any other J salve, sum '
J for each and every case of Catarrh
I rnutueU Friday from a visit to Th "rt"ota s-ays that Mr. lotiou ointment or balms for cuts that cannot be cured lI.the. use of

. lIh.'lark""u't mother Mrs. :::'lIllp00 Josiah Yarn is making prepuatious: salt corns rheum, boils,,sores fever, felon sores, ulcers, chapped tetter, I HALL'S:: CATAKKH CURE. OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA t

,lu to set out a hundred acre orange hands, skin eruptions, infallible f.-r FRANK J. CHENEY.Sworn ,i

grove i ia the southern part of Mauatee piles Cure guaranteed Oj'y.i5c. at I to before me and subscribed FLORIDA. !
ind Mrs. T. T. Mauroe have ,
Graude Pass. Mr. in ) this 6th day of December -
county near Boca "' Auti-mopoly Drug Store and Tydicgs I my presence 1 I

|ou* to Cincinnati and from there Varu is superintendent of the Lemon: & Co. mAt I A. D. 1SSG.

tbvj will to Canada fur a few BOILERS "A ENGINES t
go Bay :Fruit Company \\ho"e headquarters the Baptist Church. If sea } A. G. GLEON.
reetti --.,- Notary Public. '

j f are m this city. Sunday night Rev. XV. L. Mahon, I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps, J

1 ( )1t'u Annie Atkinson, who makes "A Verse in the Album," a beautiful of Arcadia, financial agent for the and acts directly on the blood Sawmills. Saws-circular and drag, Belting -

r l> rbru., with her sister Mrs. S. T. ballad of the sunny days of chit t t- Baptist Orphaua which is:: located and mucus surfaces of the system. t Pulleys, Bolts, general line of ;

&.trlluk, ,,'111 _.,,ud this week with H. Ditsou & Co. I at that place, made IIn addles* at the Send for testimonials, free.
C. ,
hood. F<-r sale by F. J. CHENEY: & CO., Toledo, 0E&"SoI HILL .1X11 MINING M'PPLIES. i

< kif part-uti! at Old Towu. New York. By addressing the author, Baptist church. At the conclusion dby Druggists, 75c.

1 ilr S, XV. Petty way, a prominent XV. L. Sherman, box 4i2, Bartow, of his a (dress a subscription was The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. ''. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL

1- H'tntlne operator of Durmellou 9.i., now you can get it for 35 cent, taken up and $700 l was subscribed, Allen, the eye and ear specialist,

\ 'aa In town Monday on bu-ine for 15 cents less than the regular pri' >. which was turne t over l<> Mr. Warren I will be Thursday, l'$ept. 27, at the KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
hotel. *
r ilk film, Die Pettywav-Home Co. Next edition will be 50 cents. Monday. I Montezuma


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FAIR FLORIDA, I t 1 Frank Clark on the Trust Question.- Wisdom of God SMI Everywhere -I

I[ The editor the The Floridian baa Seen in the vast heavens wide; j ARE yOU SORE? USE

!, Fairist.brightest southern land. often said tn at the trust question i is: Seen in the ocean's rolling tide;

.usn.the Orators Stockton and Paid and Their Brown Respects Were ''I wattereiga.bauy'a Sunshine,sons on In every the wider.magic baud wind j'j''I I I as much a local is.?ue as the tarifl, Seen in the variegated earth! ; i:: aracamph

atd although wa know we were rightour Seen in its universal dephts of worth;
te the Corporations.Mrttera. Where lie leaflet never freeze
And the cold and chilling bretz friends the-enemies too have invariably Seen in its valleys, plains and hills; Relieve Instantly or Money Rtfun&l
atoektou and Browu were
:S ever whistles throngs the trees held up their hands in token Seen in its rivers, springs and rills;
candidatoml orators at Shell la the winter.
the wily of holy horror. Seen in its stately forest trees; Itching, Bleeding Piles

Food and pounded the corporationsand Where the little munnnriag nil, ,
That we have always been right on Seen in IU grasses, flowers and leaves;
the subsidized to Ltdthe Without icycle or chill Stops the Itching. Steps the Bleeding. AUayj $
newspapers Sweetly softly babbles still this is ue is clearly demonstrated by Seen in i its rocks and. study loam ;
band. la the winter. Inflammation. It Cook It Soothes. It Cures.
the platform of the Hon. Frank 'Seen in its various beasts that roam :
fc'ayti the Metropolis: Where the marso-frog's piping :1005 Sold acJyln 2G.Soy It SLOG Bottltt A t at:J g..l Jna.--
Clark who, is a candidate for congress Seen in its birds that flit and sing;
Echo Cirth in accents strong
Browu said that he endorsed
Mr. Greets the list'n'r all night ling from the second di-trict. Stew in iu every moving thins: ; i i FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON POLY DRUGSTORE.
every word, Hoe, paragraph and chapter In the winter. I .
of what Stockton had said. He We have read Milton's "Paradise Seen in the driftin ---'
Where, with all
beaaty aglow.
tellmd in railroads and railroad Sweetest: ,fainst flowers grow Lost," Tasso's "Jerusahm: Delivered" Seen in the driving of the storm ; I.i

ronitubuioud. He jrte4 fully with Peartngneitberfrost; nor snow Dante': "Inferno" and all these truly Seen iu the shining sun of noon: HUBBARD & MACDUFFHARD'W

Mr. Biuingtr about the influence of la the winter. epic poems, but never yet have we Seen in the silvery stars and moon;

the new.p.p T3, and wanted people Where, from every nook tad bower.
studied the songs of any of these Seen in the changes that appear;
to uoJersUbd that the TirnesUnionWM Hams the bee from Cower to fiower '

not cue of the papers whose influence Cath'ring nectar la by the the winter.hour master+ ss those immortal words of Seen in the seasons of the year; AREDOORS :

be would hive; them follow, the Hon. Frank Clark on The Trust Seen in the life of great and small;

but would advise them to do the Song Where of the thrush sweetest and mockingbird songs are heard-, Question. Seen in the usefulness! of all; SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURE JWI'L,

contrary of everything the Times And the sylvan depths are stirredIn Talk about your "Multum in Seen in the higher creature man ;

Union laid do-if it aid go to to the the winter. Parvo." but here it is: Seen in Jehovah's naviuz[ plan: BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE 1'1-011\

right, you shouldJgo to the left; if to Land it wonder and delight! .
"If you will impose this trust in Seen ]in the church of Christ our Lord;
if ahead Fields and and
the left, go to the right go waters warm brigh WIRE NAILS PAINTS

go backwards, and keep your eye BoDilY,sonny,summer sight me I will appreciate it." Seen in His everlasting word; PLANET JR. OKOYECtX
In the muter
right on them all the time you were While 'tis true these twelve sublime Seen in the work that grace effects:
sub- Herald of eternal OILS, VARNISHES ATTI'ATOH.. ALL
He of thirteen spring. 115u
locking. vpoke
utterances make the trust question I Seen in the good that faith expects;
Yearnings at thy feet 1 fling; II
tidized in this state, I
newspapers Lays to thee I'n ever sing. more of a personal than a local issue, I Seen in the darkness aud the light; LANTIC WHITE LEAD
from OF
who** politic opinions came In summer and 19 winter.. I GARDES TtOLI
Mr. the fact that the editor of The Floridian Seen in God's order-ever right: (
the pocketbookaof corporations. -Prom the Sunny South. Dedicated to B. w.

Brown then reviewed the planks in i Wrenn. of the Plant System, by Jonathaa is more of a stitwruiu than a ; Seen where eyes enlightened view; ALL KINDS OF COOKING 8-iuVU !

hU platform, and the one referringto Hoag.jr. politician! now remains a-i glaring asa Seen in the old and in the new; t tI

pensions caught the attention of Good Work of the Hospital Cerpse noonday sun. Seen in the harmony of plan ; GLASS AND PUTTY, HE.1TI'fI.6.ORrtIttIRON I

many, who loudly applauded th Under the new military jegulations, "Impose it in me !" Seen perfect in the Son of man. r
tenlirnenU be ioO fervently and ,
< .ntly slake touching this plank of and affecting the recent encampment Thus speaketh. the Hon. .FrankClark. Martin Correspondence PIPES AND FITAN D TIXW ARE. (TTLERV i

hi* platform. in Jacksonville, special rnogjitiouh Thus thinketh the forty five
The opening of Fe senden TINGS
Academywill EVERYTHING
jays the Gainesville Sun: due aud has l'ten given the: very states of this great Union and the IRON AND STEEL ,
occur Sept. 21. Principal J. L
JUstl A. D. Cnatablin, of Archer, efficient work of the Brigade Horpi- sixty millions of: people thereof. : N THE LINE
Wiley has returned from his vacation OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPE8.,
one of the most efficient; justices of tall rps. It may take it further than we have
.jnt in New York state. While inNew
tL. peace, in Florida, was In the city Ocala was rather prominent in this ever done irom .
a na'ioual i;;,ue, but ING MATERIALS ETC.. ETC. BLUE
jrtcU-rdaytctd paid fue :Sun an agree York he had conferences with FLAME OIL Si.\ ,
organization. The corps consisted of it nails it more firmly to the principles
..Rie{ call. friend Dr. But-
two of the school's *,
J. B. Carlisle, sergeant and hospital of t truth.
t'h&ruUiru elated that with LARGEST
Mr. trick, the head of the Slater board STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
great many others from Archer anvkluity' d etewnrtll'; H. Banff, Ja. Farris, J. The fcuggeotion that Mr. 'lark bad

ht attended the big political B. Carlisle, jr; Mazdy D. Moody and no reference to the trust question is i and Dr. Bard of the American ears ociatiou. }ubbard[ & MacdufT\
Ocala Via
and barbecue at hell Pond These, together with !burl .
gfttbrriug Victor Mmioot, ail of Ocala. as futile as it i is foolish. Some ta: > hew ,
Wt'\Jnt-9'hy. He siatni that Hon J. Cam and the county board of public --
These men had only the a-si< tanceof ;; only talking of the "honor." -
X. C. Stockton, candidate for eon instruction are in a tuition to do! a -- I

IIr.-.Ol1[ C, M, Brown, who wants two additional men detailed from The edict has: already gone forth from
splendid work for the colored youthof
tu i Ur g' 'ivcrn-jr, were the two principal i the Jacksonville companies aud had party leaders that the trust question McMillan Bros
this seetion.MI..S .
l''kuI.! :;A* usual, Mr. Soc: k- upon their shoulders all the activehoipital must be the paramount issue, and ue

too went f>r corporatiouh and trusts Fannie Banks, a graduates of
work of the entire encampment but "render unto Caesar the thingthat
without Ivelliud the TimesUnionitu Fik Univerrity, Nashville, Teuu., Southern *
of approaimately1400men. are Caesar's", when we: say that Copper Works
( t! lu for its: "h"re of abuse and and Miss Emily Prophet a recent

The services rendered reflected Frank Clark, fresh from Oakbhoma's
('ett. are, tn which Hon. Chas. Monroe
student of the Seminary, at North-
Iron t\\A "me too." great credit upon this branch of the invigorating clime, is speakiiigonly Manufacturers
field Ma-s. the Turpentine Stills
are recent additions
There were a great many at the new organization of our state troops'. SB The Floridian can coin prebend.

pieDl"i from all section of Levy, to the faculty. Mrs. Wiley is to have
The naeiuber-j of the corps most "Iiui("$ait in me'' has been the and General Metal
Afcwhui, LaFayette and Marion charge of the primary drjiartuient. Workers.
highly criuiiufud the work of theirchief prayer of the riiandard Oil Trust
eountiee, and inaMiiueh &* there waspleaty
the industrial
department will be --
tu rat and everybody wa in a : Major ,J. E. Boyd, BrigadeSurgeon. lie steel Trust:: The .Sugar: Trust, and OldSti
operated later or as snoa a? the difftrent i : taken in exchange for new one*. Patching
jlOl.l ho'nor. the ficca.-iou passed o1Dort.uerrr g even the Naval Stores Trust, but
.iull .. cooperating boards are on a through the country a specialty. Orders t t.y mail > .<
) Unfortunately the line
new hlll'llilalP1IIi never yet have we been so dHplywO'HIIiS wire

....,*.nt riM. .ne\t. ,. ot-rit'.,.,.,., fVv t\T... ,_!>_ the plan. X. Y. Z. will receive prompt attention at fithtr of :h-
--'I--' '" -u. U"u> a"uintn by eloquent mpplica-
T* My Friends and Patrons. A New Jersey Editor's Testimonies following works .
at the time expected and the Lion of the Hou. Frank Clark."If .
Having ben: anointed: to take the61a9aflauentof M. T. Lynch, editor of the Philips-
hospital Corp. were thrown largely on you will impose this trust in me I FAYETTEVILLE K. C.
the Cable Company Burg, F. J. Diily Post writes, "[ have SAVANNAH, 91.MGGL
own r ;oJr'hI. will "
appreciate it. -Jacksonville!
hraatit il Tauiju I take this method
ustd many kinds of medicines' for JA ChSl3fdYlLl! fl
of aere.uueiu1: tLe hot to my friends A Florid !III. ,'. ALA. .
aud Remarkable Record. coughs aud eoMd in my family but
Minou nod adjacent counties,
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Chamberlain's Cough has Owes his Life to neighbor's Kindness.M : -
Remedy !
white I r hall be a little farther away hive never found anything H good ailFoleJ.

from tb r center of the state than a remarkable record. It has beea in ,J). Dduberty; well kUlJwutbroug.rut '+ Houey and Tai. I cannot say 4 Af r
Mercer and Sumner!
heretotore.h.uid a.uyof you wi;.h to UN e for over thirty years, during which W. counties too much in praNe ." PoitorMceDru ? 'la. rOv
:! Va.t most likely owes his life
du bu+I ln "-4 with me iu person, a letter time many million bottles have been J , to the kindness of a neighbor. HwaH :; fctore. m .
a4.tres +'d to me at Tampa will receive < -
sold and u;.ed. It has long been the almost hopelessly afflicted with '
prompt attention.Duriuit Where is Godwin ,: !'.V. eria1ledragoaot pb1IIC&1. 1i-be&b: Ira..'a: I .. ..' .
the several years I have standard and main reliance in the diarrhoea; was attended by two physicians Since l" irba peculiar so diner ki't-.JIII':era.prOI:& &\.Z "-e..>

tlt't'U Iu Florida I have done an im- treatment of croup in thousands! of who gave him little, if any, that Brake-Callison convict .., \ the WHY noalady? h1m/be.the: 1t.ia t awIntb.: f-r 'a.atk
mrnac amount of l>uiine s and all homes, yetduring thi time no case relief, when a neighbor learning of scrape of Alachua Bounty has got into !' '1. Q'J1nIDe.or Hat dead s:;;.t m?m aeru"uye is c u..r pteil; \tIlt!

natisfaclory, in the scores of friends I has ever been reported to the manufacturers nis serious condition brought him a the newspapers it is about to develop '-- _Don't Y(;1 00 llIr.It. \\11 It's POWLHt1 Dan is tan U aJ1

have gained will testify. It is my intention In which it failed to fctteet bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera into a very ugly met*. If half that gu.raotee

a cure. When given as soon as the and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured HERBINE
to do buMue in the future in has been told about this diabolic _
the name honest and sincere manner croupy cough appears, it will preventthe him In less than twenty-four bow toreavnr audrataaetr.rtema.e i forta ., ........ h

Iu which I have conducted It in the attack. It is pleasant to take, For sale by all druggists! and medicine butchery is true every one connected CIIIrnII'Y::.t:a aa I'-nu.., !&11'11'r,.c-.,."..,...1"4 t ayn:'

many children like it. It contains dealers.: m with it should wear stripes the .500 per La1i(.. r AU a' Drw.u.'-to( ..J.

past.Our company, like all others, ha no opium or ether harmful subbtance University of Florida balance of their days. Where is *

high and low grade piano either of and may be given as confidently to a Whatever general effect the Editor Godwin, the great moralistand I ,/ 1. '

baby as to an adult. For sale by all
have to themoney
which according
you may reformer of the Gainesville Star
druggists and medicine dealers. closing of the saloons in Columbia "
wish to expend. With
you j have that be lets such crimes exist in his
county may on certain lines of
word and good faith I have told
my Garden Party at Oak Lawn. I
The Satsuma. trade there is but little county without his condemnation? I Out,
you\ exactly what the piano I is. Everyone doubt that it Last TisVsday feept 15, the beautiful I

who expects to purchase; will find Glen St. Mary is near the Georgialine will favorably affect the attendanceat Is it because: old man Brake is inter grounds and hospitable mansion of : The rolluwjuK i I UM u, (I., $tNconstttutlu

a* these Laving bought have found yet Mr. Geo. L. Tabor is makinga the University of Florida which ested in a liquor business in Milledge- ,
Mrs. Col. tewarL the iut. \Ir-r- Kir*.
that I do not promise them impo;;;,ihilitieti i- of were scene of a
growing the Satsuma ville Ga.
is about to enter ita 20th -Madison Xew.Era.A Abrruaau
on scholasticyear pleasant garden and I <> I>.riu.u .ui, v..No ./
party social
and that after promising, I. gath
fulfill those proml ea. orange. as an institution of learning. Gopher as a Trophy. ering. ". *Iwu(>r or uriui..r ", iWhou '

To each and everyone I extend my Here is what he nays: Many a parent will feel more beeure Mr. E. J. Hester: of Lawrenceburg, The fire stands on the lawn! and the j '\eof ....11. dunnf

thanks! for past: favors and in my new "Some people call us cranky on the in bending their boys to a school far N. C., who has been visiting his brilliant illumination* of the I the time for which" Iw .*. rlr,l"'l. Mappr !
house ,
lotion ak for your future patron- subject of the Satsuma orange. Perhaps inte I removed from
the influences \'ohich5ur brother Mr. F. C. Hester, of this city, gave an abundance I under
} oflight. the
eimvtukitiaa of MM
.ge. J. A. JORDAN. we are. Anyway we havetwenty mi 1 f
')Und the saloon. for some weeks returned to his home
Mrs. Stewart that has t_
had provided a band i u ef* t.4 <>r for rtji4during > 1
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life. acres fruiting trees of Aside from this the University in North Carolina Saturday and carried which rendered esvttrt ruuif'Ir.: mruti khrrtrsl chili base I...,j Ute t

With family around expecting himto this variety, and are making good,: starts out with a complete equipment, back with him a full grown gopher Floyd exhibited his phonograph and eieard: mutt UK*." t

die, .and. BOU riding for life, IS money out of them. We believe tithe at additional buildings aud a faculty as one of the curious productions Rev. Henry \V. Little, of O,:ila, the Ttieguteruus'e ..,j ??, bartmt. 'f

miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery fruit grower who makes a commercial unsurpassed; in the south. It is an of Florida. Mr. Hester captured it in tl Muent rector of Grace Lt't'u ralewi .Mr.We Flveaa ....... i

f consumption, coughs aud coldsW.'. success is apt tone cranky that FpUt-inuil 1
H. Brown, of LeesYille. Ind., endured is, to the extent, at least of institution of which the state may the road Thursday between Ocala church, gave a talk on "Travel-! in the erjoyt. +1 a t y p1'..air
gouies from astniu but this well i>e proud, and one to which the and Silver Springs. Far East" All of thee
\; wonderful features from i'ruf. J.
were H. .
a specialist in some particular liThe I )k1.... tstuNSI i
medicine gave instant relief ne. citizens of the state will do well to He says the gopher will create more very mnch elJjo ed" I' .
warm, wet fall last the \ aftmioou. H* IIM jt t et..*.l ..*
and cured him. He writes "I year kept bend
: their
soon sons.St. Augustine Rec curiosity at his home than would an The entire
now deep souudly every night." Like bulk of the fruit from ripening as ord. a vtry pretty third tuet-ewfal *.4Mwr nuri'*i M
alligator or almost any other animal. one and the
' proceeds the- i ice .
-- cream
marvelous curet of consumption, early as in previous: years, but we Orange r..i9tJl"rof. Hriu-ti kM
bronchitis caught, colds and grip Croup. Mr. John Fabyan, of Conant: sass sale were handed over to the wardens
obtained fancy prices on all earlier Usually begins with a charge- of the tuDlMfttal.t...l
prove itaiaatchle merit for all throat that the Ocala Banner is the best of Trinity Episcopal church, Orange
shipments, some of the fruit cold; there is chilliness!
bringing sneezing iu
and lung troubles. Guaranteed bot- weekly he has ever read. I Lake. the Eki M"rM* :o rasmuarJ a'
sore hot skin
as high as S7 quick pulse,
per strap.1IFearful
tlta Me. and $1.90. Trial bottles freea
hoarseness! and impeded respiration. This is encouraging and we hope before Florida a Rich Man's Paradise. (taineerlllrjDdNllt tsii1411dYI1M
; Anti-lunol'oly Drug Store and
Tydings & Co. m Odds Against Him. Give frequent small doses of Ballard'8Horehound the end of the year that every Many rich men invest iu Florida thtrt licit "rid.). 11 s itt a osadttisle

Bedridden, alone and destit ate. Syrup, (the child will cry reader of this paper will be able to make money, and make it; other iUIll'rintt'ntlt'tlt.t
A detachment of the SalvationArwy for it) and at the first pwMsa tswfWlion
Such, in brief was the condition of sign of a croupy make the same statement. invest there to spend it in palatial j
(U now iu the mountain districts cough, apply frequently Ballard's I for this
an old soldier by the name of 8. J. : homes and magnificent parks around t..uia ty. lid eyn. Ml
} of Kentucky: trying to harmon Havens Snow Liniment externally to the TVe have in our shelves many remedies I
Varsailles, O. For years he throat. them. On these homes and prospect are OHwt lIuHriac. H. to e
a he the hedi l$. The Kentucky: fuedJt was troubled with kidney disease and 50c. at Anti-Monopoly drug for constipation and biliousness, grounds I
; store. m but the Dever.f iiing common-sense opportunity id sought to spend every native of the (' li-atl sad bitratH*
la about the toughest propositionthat neither doctors or medicines gave him
relief. thed The Times-Union cure is found only in Raymon's Liver dollar that will in any wise add to I' life has been
civilization has gone up against, At length he, Electric contest for epent la M.MI| work.A t

i Uitters. It put him on his, feet in World's Fair commissioners continues Pill and Tonic Pellets. This treatment their beauty and comfort. Thus His
and if the Army succeedsin I
I short order and now he testifies, "I'B1 to arouse cures by relieving the cause of the that one at least of Florida's letter from Mr. W. 1'. HeiuIW
inducing them to lay aside their great throughout trouble the Pink Fiilla the great
;. on the road to complete recovery" the ; arouses resorts has become a rich itate that they had a moat ....,.....
shoaling irons all Kentucky will Best earth for state. From the way the liver, while the Tonic Pellets tone up manV para ,
on liver and
kidney to Sew
voyage Perk ..
fair dise.-So Mr. Arthur ,a4 1ft..
candidates the and insuro natural and says S. Mortonin
t breath easier.-Madison ew.Era.rolIYSJQDNEYCURE. troubles and all forms of etonach and poll the votes, one organs

bowel complaints. Only oOc. Onar would infer that they could give the healthy conditions. Complete treatment a northern publication.FOLEYSHONEYHCAS.1: Very pleasantly located at t.etabP$

-two medicines doses-full Spring. Mr*. Il.Mfj gilt
anteed Mjri
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Stand ore sterner sex a few pointers.-Palatka
& directions-only 25 cents. Postoffiee already Mr. lIai.lel'i l G.tkh ..
rakes Kdn! y' ptnd BladderRloht. Tydings : Co. m Herald. < tr
Drug store. m tops the cough and fecal*luatjr ably 1m proving.O .

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I liU >H12ASEIS HASSIS. Lccal Editor I I"lPPEHINGS Howard Academy opens 23th inst. A SPLENDID GIFT, : Not in Ocala. The Lawn Party. For the Town Beautiful. '

__ We hpoe to have a good enrollmentthe II He rented The lawn ptrty given by :Mrs. W. To the Editor ot the Ocaa Banner.Somebody .
I a store room on an out of

ABOUT TOWN. first day. The patrons: are expected Dr Dan Morgan Smith Now Rides i in the way street and put in a stock ofgoods. D. Graham yesterday afternoon for presumably the trusteesof

to be present. J. A. c.wau.\I His New Turncut. the benefit of the Methodist church the High School, sent a man to

\V,are Morry to learn that Mr. J. M. principal. I Quite a number Jof the ladies of He hired an incompetent towsley- proven to te, a very lovely aU ir. cut the weeds in the school house

Bar\'O Ii 00 the .Ick Iit. Dr. Lawrence' Scott, of Ocala, spent I Ocala, patients of Dr. Dan :Morgan I headed boy for a clerk and deliveryman. Mrs. Graham received her guestson yard. This he did, but left weeds

Smith who names have already been j the lawn over which were scatered growing on the side walks taller than
\\A3iTEl>-Good Florida Seed Rye. here .
yesterday as guest of his aunt
printed in these column to :j chairs and swiu cs. A bevy of young majiy of the childrens' heads. These
tore. 82Stf.jlr. wishing He then seated himself cracker
Ocala tterJ : Mrs. J. K. A. Hussey. He i is en route :1' on a I
girls passed delicious fruit lemonade the children have to through in
very pass
north to complete his medical education. show him in some pleasing and sub-; box and waited for tile grand rush (?)

i Turner Burke returned ytster* .-Times-Union. stautial manner their appreciation of I I of customers that was to make him and cake, which was greatly the morning when wet with de'v or

4al'ruw" visit to Jacksonville. his skill as a physician aud admirable i I I II rich in a short time. enjoyed.A rain, in order to reach the gate of the

Major J. K. Pries, of Eureka, was qualities as a citizen, and, after some j He was a very patient Ulan so he large number of ladies called enclosure, rendering their feet and
(01. (!. B. WiUon, of Charleston, S. I during the afternoon and in clothing damp and liable to give them
among the visitors to the county teat discussions* and suggestions, this wish !I waited several weeks and devoted his every

C., it at the Ocala Ifouse.1I took definite in their way the lawn party was most pleas- chills or at least bad colds.
yt tenlay. The Major is full of rem- finally shape | time to scanning the advertisementsof

I will return from presenting :him with handsome 1 ant and successful, Mrs. Graham The city council requires private
) .. Battle Dye iuisceuses and his visits are a his competitors in the local papers

forth Carolina tomorrow. always! enjoyable. horse and doctor's phaeton. and sneered at their foolish waste of I being a delightful hostess. individuals to construct pavements

i f" around their lots adjoining streets
nub The phaeton was purchased through money-this was all he had to do. ,
Dr. l{. Don City, We II r Bought An Orange Grove. then why should not the school
are receiving a great many compliments )leS>irli. S. A. Staudley ,& Co., of this He could not afford to advertise authorities -

b la Ocala for a few da j s. now both for our daily and city, from the Carriage Manufacturing goodness gracious! he wasn't making r Mr. A. J. Leavengood, proprietor of be required to do the same

weekly paper, and some of, these of Columbus Ga. the Ocala Marble Works, has just returned -I for the school lot?
Kat" Lang, ot Dexter, wasrvitm.d expenses as it was and what would
1illll the Ocala House compliments are in the shape of the has arrived, and it is a beautiful become of him if be wasted his from a pleasant visit to Terrea That would be an object lesson in ,
at yesterdty. -
f bright glittering coin of the realm. vehicle. The horse is an iron gray money on such nonsense. ? Cei Manatee county, where he wentto neatness and order for the children to

see his son, Mr. A. M. Leavengood, behold well
as as conducive to health,
and is The
a tine looking animal. Sure enough what would?
MaUle Butler went down to Dr. :E. T. Allen, the eye aud ear horse and make and his little granddaughter, a new whilst visitors would be more favor
)11M phaeton trappings a He wasn't longin finding out, and
specialist, was registered at arrival. ably impressed as to the well ordered
to tbelOU'1
Ftuitland Park yesterday vilit.. superb turnout and it goes for the the story in told by a "For Rent" '
tilling his 1! Mr. Le9.vengnotVas so much character of the school. I would also
tezumayesterday regular
haU"! ( ... saying that the Doctor i is very proud sign now tacked on the door. I
appointment. He will be here again 'i. of the magnificent gift and will pleased with Terrea Cei aud its growing call attention to the fact that though [

I Mr. B. H. Weathers returned yesterday on October 8, aud weekly the-reafter'1 always hold the fair loners in grateful -l. "Thelma"Marie prospects that he bought a bear. janitor is employed to pick up and

from Ii few day's visit to recollection.Dr. I Correlli has written many tug oraugft grove and thinks he burn the papers scattered from the

falatka.Ir. Mr. \V. E. Fosnot, postmaster at secured a bargain. children's lunch baskets, the streetsi
friends names stories but uuue better than
Weir Park, and owner of the tittle Burns Leavengoodlisson, whomhe i near the school house are often in au'"
Alex Holly, one of the old are legion, are little less proud than Thelniit, which, iu its dramatic form
Lake Weir steamer pleasant took with him may remain dowuin i condition
was a I unsightly frolll'l'al'erIJ'
I rdiables, was among Ocala's visitors himself and are glad that Ocala can will be presented at the Marion Opera
t caller at this office yesterday. He that section all winter. I blown hither and thither by the
Tlurwlay, boast of *o popular a physician.Dr. House Tuesday night, Oct. 13.
says: that the outlook in his locality is ----------- wind. This happens from many of
Smith was out in his handsome This is the third successive reason

)Ir. J. H. Dye, of Micanopy, with exceedingly bright. turnout Wednesday afternoon and for this play" and this: year it hat by Knight-LaFontisee. :i the children going outside the chool -7 7i I
I Mr. L. James Knight, of Valdosta,
the Dixie Photo Company, was in Miss Annie Feiuberg, Dunnellmi, every one who saw it admired, it. far the best interpreting'onjp.iny ever i i yard to eat their noon tide lunch. I j jBy
I Ga., and Miss Lucy Matilda LaFou-
j u little! oversight .the of d
part ;
I Oslo l yesterday.7uJge seen ia several strongly drawn char
who has been the
spending summerin Engagement of Dr. Dozier and Miss thee were married at the home of the i
i tf-chers of
11'illiam1.lloeoer acters. It i is a dramatic; story, with I requesting co-operation
1 1fkddltk i Savannah and who hs been the
and son, Valintinis Dee Announced. I bride in Gainesville at 1 o'clock .Vtd- \ pupils and janitor, I think this might Jf
intense situations and highly Trough I t
of Mia Grace Moore in Ocala
of Tallahassee, are the guest The engagement in announced of nesday afternoon. rhmtdied.
also -
be OnsER\'ER.
climaxes, and yet it never descends to ,
jute If Mr. Will Hooker.Mr. for several days returned home yes I Mi-s Olg- Valintiaia-Dee and Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Knight left imule-I j ------
the clip trap or fustim of the melodramatic '
terday. ..---. Henry Cultiuo Dozier The bricie-to- diately after the ceremony f-,r Atlanta The Silence of Mr. Brown. tj
Gforise U. Mathews has resigned to wia apprc.bitinu. Good J
he is of Mr. Arthur Yaliu- and other places! iu Georgia for abort
The members of the state Press > a daughter
the office of Justice Of thepeace plays are always welcome to our The Ocala! Riuuer correctly frays; t,
i tinis Dee. Ou bridal l tour after worth they I
Association will leave Friday on the her mother's side she "Ihr Tribune has been
fur the O'cola district. stage, amt the life of a tnge tory is Tampa t
for their Is a descendent of au old WurternbergHiuily. will come to Octhto reside.'Mr." '
CUde steamer Algonquin I measured by its drawing powers. I I II very friendly to Hon C. M. Brown and 1

! }trt. Turner, of bike Sixteen, is I outing, which will be spent in New Dr. Dozier is!: the sou of John I Thelma has proven a *,.nderful money I Knight will engage in busiues in I has said many clever things about J' f

the guest of her sisters, Mrs. vV. K.'I York City. There will be about ).>zir, of Ocala, Florida, his I this city. 1 1I I him. But the aeuator'n Shell Pond
? grand-\\ winner for those who exploit it, and 1
: 1I"lt3kt and Mrs. Carrie Long. : fifty editors in the party and ample father, Colonel Leonard bids fair this year to outstrip its former I This popular young couple will be utterances were ruore than the Tri- 1"

--- acuonuuottaiioua will he provided fur iug moved there after the civil war I II gladly welcomed to Ocala bune could stand.
MtoDea Weeks, of Stark, who phenomenal 1 earning powers. I
froui South Carolina where he had
thfiu.Mrs.. I I
bubeeu visiting Miss Caro Liddon I It i11jll:1 of the listing: kind, and The Animal Fair. The Banner then reproduces the

C, P. McUmth and ucice, Mi-s been an extensive rice planter and Tribuue'i comments ou Mr. Brown's
home. willl.RveUI excellent
returned interpretation.
fut several weeks. has : 0 come to the animal fair,
Gertrude Pereda, will arrive home slave owner. He belongs to one of The beasts and the birds '1\ be there; charge that there are thirteen subsidized -

Mr. L. Horn, one of our most sueceMful i this afternoon from their summer the South Carolina families, and is alesceudeui Program far 2830. Bugs,bet ties and fishes uevvt-paperrt' iu Florida.It .
I Of every known species,
naval stores operators!, was i outing, which has been spent most I I of the French( Huguenots Manager J. W. hjlvtbter of the I Both extinct and exceedingly rare." is not that :Mr. Brown has not

transacting business in Ocala yesterday delightfully at White Springs, Fla., His[ mother was a Miss Royal, of Ocala Driving Park, has arranged: the The Youug People's Union of the deigned to reply to The Tribune's

Ii Ga. and Georgia. He is a graduate: ot the Baptist church at Mrs. H. A. Stand- that he
Lithia rpringlund Atlanta, following program, subject to changesat challenge name one of the

Mr.( Allen Walkley who formerly I Hot Springs; Wayuesville, Saluda University of Pennsylvania '03 clan, the race track the 28-30: ley's on Ocklawaha avenue tonight thirteen papers which he accuses! of

llTed la this city but who for the past and Asheville, N. C. and is a member of the Kappa Sigma 29th-Hor..e races, jHW premium, from j:30 to 10.Refreshments. selling their principles! to the corporation -

, few years has lived at Detriot, Mich., -- ----- }<'raterllityand Alpha Kapp Medical and also a purse. Open to all horses games, music.!: !!.
Mr.James B. Borland, of Cilra, was
j U in the city. Fraternity and Southern Club. He under the rules. Scrub race, open to :No charges, but a cordial invitation The silence pervading the Brown K

), in Ocala Friday and says that is at present! a resident physician atat. any "scrub" horse; $15 and $10 I to all the young people of the gubernatorial headquarter is becoming !

The Atlanta Journal of the ilud I things are moving along very serenely Christopher's Hospital for Chil prizes. church anti congregation and to p lllful. !

j 1! sly, that Prof. R. L. Northcutt, who at this once famous: little city. Ibat drell.-PhiladelpLia Public Ledger.
, :29h-BdStball: Ocala vs. Jackson their fiieuds. Some of the fellows who put -Mr.---
U 10 smell\ known here is located at the school opened with sixty scholars and
Roselands Ocala. ville. Help the boys out. They are in i'.ronupto this remakable sort of .?
winter.If Mr. J. F. Harrell and Miss Pearl vs. I n
j Aragon for the that Bridge Whist Club. J a
first south should his
The baseball between the dett. Automobile race- campaigning now come to
excellent and deservedly -
bilious call for Altman are very of Jacksonville ever held iu the A number of ladies( have organizeda : rescue.
constipated or "Chic" AcostaV!: Roselaiids! of Jack-
teachers.Mr. .
lUymou'a Pill, and be certain our popular bOlJville and the Ocala team is now tate. bridge whist club the meeting of The only manly course for Mr.

elkrki give you the genuine Ramon'scomplete W. E. Scott, advertising agentof I au assured!: fact. 30th-Prize shoot, between the which are particularly: delightful.The : Brown to pursue is to come out and

P"'tomce Drug treatment Store.:5 doses!: i"MU 25c. 150 Nassau street, New York, was The game will be played on the members of the Ocala Gun Club at I following are the members of admit that he spoke without discretion

in Ocala yesterday and paid this I diamond at the Driving Park Tuesday he trap, which has been moved to the club : MM.: G K. Robinson, Mrs. or knowledge and to mako a niceapology

Margaret Jones, of Baltimore, ottie pleasant call. Mr. Scott owns afternoon Sept. 29.\ The price of he race track. William Anderson, Miss Minnie ; to the entire press of the

trimmer for E. K. Nelson: and Co's., some valuable timber lands in l south admission will be as usual aud this Gam by, Miss Louise Gamfeby, Irs'l state, which be has villified.-Tampa

will be hereIn Another Bowling Party. A. H. )1in.hlis Emily Tribune.
; millinery establishment, Stetesbury: ,
Florida and has been inspectingsame. game will be called at 3 :30 o'clock
aleut three weeks to resume her Bowling i is growing more and more Mrs.: H. S. Chambers and Mrs. Pearl
bbarp. Table Manners In the Past.
: dotter popular in Ocala with both the ladies Mason.
Mr. John B. Floyd" of Irvine, one Ibis will be the l last game of the The Philadelphia Inquirer has fall
and gentlemen aud bowling partiesare The Mi",, es Gaiuoby entertainedthe
1, > Mr. G. D. Edwards, one of the of the best known men in the county I reason in all probability and it U ; en across a description of a dinner
l now the chief amusement of the club very charmingly Wednesday -
largest and
most enterprising and who is gaining in popularityevery hoped that there will be a big crowd I given in the year 1330. There has
j i people. Ocala is developing afternoon. Mrs. Marsh succeededin ,
of Dunuellon, was among the day was in Ocala yesterday:and >reseut. The Ocala team hopes to young been a step upward since then.

pleasant visitors to Ocala yesterday. was kept busy shaking hands with make enough at this game to pay all some expert bowlers among bothsexes winning the prize. As a rule, one knife had to serve
and there will probably be a
Mi* Pansy Souter and Messr Guy his numerous friends. If :Mr.: Floyd outstanding indebtedness so give number of tournaments the coming Governor Jennings in the City. for two people, and often a bowl of

and Osco Zewadski leave this afternoon should run for a county office there them a large attendance.A winter.A l Ocala was honored with a visit soup was used by two persons. For

t will will be something doing. Jacksonville man remarked yes. I this reason, the .party giving the dinner
: for Gainesville where they party composed of the following from Governor Jennings yesterday.
terday that it is worth the price of
arranged his in couples,
; Mteud the East Florida Seminary at afternoon the reading persons had the alley last night andspent He was here for the purpose of visiting guests:
Tuesday!: "Chic" Aeosta coach
admission to see trying to place people together who
; that place. with Misses Lena and Maxie two hours at this most delight the Marion convict farms located
: -- club met his team. would be congenial and not adverseto
; the afternoon t'Xrrcist'iz' : Mrs. Clarence Camp, between Ocala and old Fort King.
j [ Mr. A. E. Haudley, secretary Cor J.I ; Bullock and spent very this common u,e of table appoint

I : & Buitenbach, of the Buttenbach I I pleasantly. The programs for thewinter's Mrs. Harold III. Mrs.V.. S. Camp, :Miss Weathers, The governor is in fine health. In ments.

Wednesday afternoon Mrs. C. E. Harris Miss Barco Miss Violet his try for the United States senate '
work have not yet been concluded Miss ,
l Phosphate visitor to I
Company, was a c: ]>oous were seldom supplied to the
aud children and Mrs. Horace Ford Mr. Mr. he is much pleased with his \
0'ala! and until they are ready are Cullen Harris, Mr. Taylor, very
F yesterday and spoke very guests, and the soup was drunk
selections from various authorn. Harold and daughter, who have been Wheeler and :)Ir. Jewett. prospects.!:
favorably of the condition and pros- reading directly from the bowl, the latter
the spending the summer at Tarboro, S.
I -- invited over to Miss C., returned home. But, we regret
ladies were Charles T. Brian, who, for the past Tuesday afternoon from 3:30 to 6 was held. In lets refined company t
i t Mr. Adam C. White, of Citra, was Minnie Gauaby's and !spent a half very much to say, that Mrs. Harold
Ib four years has been treasurer: of the o'clock a silver tea will be gi Yen by tht'fere no seperate soup oowis, {
f t king baud with old friends Sat- enjoyably under her grape came home very ill. On reaching I
hour Grand opera house here, tins resigned Mrs. Frank A. Teague: for the benefit only one large porringer which was
t f Ulday. He is looking hale and heart Jacksonville Mrs. Harold became I
1 orhnr..- _.. bis positiou url will move to Houston of the building fund of Grace Episcopal passed: around to the guests! in turn.
'J and promises: to live as long andj worse and \Iri. Cullen telegraphedfor
j i F. A. Teatfue, of Ocala, the hardwood to accept the position of treasurer church. A cordial invitation to The diners helped themselves to the
j Continue as active as his brother, Mr. Cullen to meet them at Jack
man who is largely interested and !-siat.Hnt to :Manager Michaelof be present is extended 'to every ottte pieces of meat they desire from the ,
:. j Judge< |. P. W. White of Quincy, who sonville. Both Mr. Cullen and Mr.
timber, after a the Sweeuey; & C'xmit/s' opera of all denomination. common dish with their fiogcrs.
at county
f 63slalmostas!! spry and active as iu Alachua Harold went up Tuesday night and : .
house of that city. The theater .- '--- apl>iDS -.vue considered a luxury,
I the average man at sixty. couple of days spent in this city and accompanied them home. Gala Day at Ocala.
of Galveston will regret exceed- and were only provided in very !
L J. Burkham has returned from returned to his home yesterday We sincerely trust that Mrs. Harold goers
i. section, ingly that Mr. Brian has seen fit to The people! of Oala are preparingfor aristrocratic and wealthy families.A .
j Ocala, where he went on a brief offitUl aside from being a will soon recover from this attack. I
change positions. During hi connee. a great day in that city ou next

\ business trip in the interests of first class business man, is one of Notice. tion with the Grand he has been universally Monday. There will be an elaborateand letter from Mr. Taliaferro, presi-

{ ? the Knights of Honor. He says Ocala I have sound, gentle Florida dent of the University of Florida,
those jovial fellows who are always ina If you a courteous and obliging. He interesting program of sports,
I Uou a genuine boom and all the raised horse to spare and need a wag- I railroads that the of that institution
which accounts largely will prove a valable acquisition to the and the are offering special says prospects
f< BierchaDts and business seem to good humor, on or buggy call on or write to me.
men Houston: house-Galveston (Texas) rates to Ocala on that day.-Times- I is exc(' lingly'Lrigb t for the

:: be Prftctedly contented. Galuesville for hia.success and popularity in H. H. MEADOWS, News.aYy. Union. coming session.THE .
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I bark and fibre, height and bulk. It I BEARD TO JENIIMGS. I BROWN'S COTTON BOOM A BOON TO ance was more than the Tribune I
yields grace of form and lustre of I THE SOUTH. could stand. : MenOIO
1 I Mr. John 6. Beard has written a I I k
color. This mysterious force is inees- Here is what is says about it:

n.c.: 2A3S3: Silt: ::. tint in its labor, prodigal in iu beauty I' second "open letter" to Gov. W. S. Ju-t now, says )Ir. R. H. Edmonds, Ibis talk of subsidized newsp

7.LeiT:;::!, Buiis: e:. and bountiful in its gifts.In I Jennings.The editor of the Bal imore Manufactur iu Florida is reaching the point of i iI i ,

these wonderful creations God distinguished Pen colian e rs' Record, the south U raising a extreme nvisea. Here's good Ir.i I i! Timbers of oak keep the o4! :

claims that the governor's recent declaration of i of W. P. Brow and .
intended them for the benefit and en- : paeon praise Brown, of Marion, for instance, who ,; homestead standing tirougji

J');men o! every living creature.We of principles as enunciatedin bis associates in the bull campaign in is old enough to know better, shrieking the It 1

know that life has exited upon his announcement declaring him- cotton, for the effect of their work out at Shell Pond : years. pav :,> .set'* i ii

.1t : this earth for age*-peons of ages for self a candidate tor United States has been to awaken the world to the "Thirteen bought newspapers in right stuff.

that ma ter-and if the population senator is not consistent with his pat actual: shortage in cotton, the realization -, Florida, whose political opinions ': "Men of Qak" are men i itj '

f I were many times more dense than itGod's political retard.Examining of which insures huh prices to I come from the pocketbooks: of tor far- I j i rugged health, men"h. r,

il gifts are so bountiful that the journal! of the proceedings the planters for this year's crop. But ationists!'' I bodies are made of the s. .

'i there were enough for all and of tbe legislature for lynx of for Brown's work it is quite probable I
\ toI I :; This is arrant rot. It i is merest 1 I est materials.

spare. Hut there is not enough if one which burly Gov. Jennings was a that, as has often happened before, twaddle. It is baby talk. I I

Mono: THE BASXER, BELIETIXOTHOSE man shall monopolize largely! more member, Mr. Bard finds that the there would have been no advance in ;r Coming from a man of Mr. Brown'sage I Childhood is the time to lay

AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO thin his! share-what is really intend governor voted against the proposition price until the crop was out of the I< and discretion the foundation for a sturdy constitution
TAKES ITS STAND IX THE BARRICADES ed for millions. memorializing congress to pass a hands of the farmers, and then the | who has figured in public life in that will last for \ car\

WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, Who can believe that in the beginning law fur the tree and unlimited coinage speculators and the mills, instead of 1 Florida
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR I for many years, and who, be I I Scott's Emulsion is i the right
of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. the would have made the
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE when God was laying the foundations grower, j it not said to his discredit, is somewhat stuff.

BTTOS.-- of the world for the habitation Mr. Beard sacs that Gov. Jennings big profits from hs advance. Brown fond of
j newspaper publicity
of man and supplying it with was not a delegate to the Oeala convention did not destroy a tingle bale uf cottonnor l such syliabub is surprising! 'Scott's Emulsion stimulates;

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25MR. 191.13. e\ery needful article, and, in His infinite in 1896 because it was generally has be locked it up where it cannot II I The Tribune will venture to say the growing powers of children

STOCKTOM AS A MONOPOLIST. ftiddom, concealed the acids known that he was a gold mono- be had. The shutting down of I that good Mr. Brown, who was, sometime helps them build a fira

metalist. mills is due to the actual shortage in I
securely in the phosphate rock that
ago, reputed to be in the race for t foundation for a sturdy coast
are necessary for refructlfying the Again Mr. Beard says: the cotton supply, and the bull operators -
The Ocala Star says that Mr. John governor, cannot give names and i tution.
worn out soils so that During the memorable United only brought the condition to I
crops may facts substantiate
of to
N. C. Stockton has a large area the purchase of
States senatorial contest in the legislature knowledge. Even though they I Send for free sample.
and public
grow continuously abundantlythat tbe
the political
and that
opinions of .
land in Levy county of 1S97, you were, I believe, in one ne sI -
he this for bad never been heard of, there would SCOTT & BOWNE
was doing solely the Chemlltt.
deposit of phosphate rock upon it Tallahassee at least a purl of the I paper in the elate of Florida, not to
benefit of favored few the exclusion not have been cotton enough to go 409-415 Pearl Street New York.
reaches to the depth of forty feet. time, and taking an active interest in I mention thirteen.
of the ? this which side? The around and mills would have SOc.andSI.OO; &11 druutlt..
In the economy of nature phosphate i many contest. Upon many And a man who aspires to be the -
I We democratic voters would liked to be had close down the
can but believe that He created to awaiting com
is more valuable than iron, coal or governor of the great state of Florida Should Tote Fair
the world i in usufruct for the informed1Vere your sympathies: ing of the new crop. Some mills,
oil, because 1 less abundant and is essential living work and influence with the silver should not make statements on the John >. C. Stockton made tie ;

life because it enriches and and not for the monopoly of anyone tempted by high prices, sold their statement in hi* eeeh
to advocates, or the gold monometal- stump, pirticuliarly statements that at D, S. .

revitalizes the soil and makes the man and only bU dependents forever. Iota? cotton rather tbau manufacture it, impeach the reputable press of they .|: Park yesterday that Senator TkU ,
If I aud has been resold b
growing of crops possible.Man governments: owned all the mineral cotton state, unless he is prepared to verify | ferro could have attended the seta- ;

U just a* dependent for life lands such as gold, silver, copper, When the restoration of silver: was Brown to other mills. 60 great is tbe them. I I bration, as he was in JsekeoanY. ;i

zinc, lead, tin iron coal oil and an issue of vital importance to the influence of the eottOH mills of Europeand :
phos. '
he U
upon the rteurrenl crops as upon who make the wealth The song sung by Mr. Brown of I[ Saturday. This statement Mr. 1 Etotk,

the air he breathes and the water he whore rock and leased. the same on and toiling pay the wages taxes," you were working New England that all possible Marion, isn't original with him. It I ton knew to be: untrue. N1Htw

drinks. royalties to enterprising men the pressure has! been brought agliinithi has been beard TaliaferrolefiJaeluanvUtenight
and voting with the gold mono I before in this state, TbliM.l

When the crops fail in any part of same as many private individuals metalists; but now, when the silver b paces, for the cotton manufacturer coming from an element of politicians in company with a Itf\tita. .

cognizant of the are now doing, the whole inane is in a state of suspended animation u necessarily a bear on prices
the world we are long since interred in that from the board of trade on a TMil to
world would be benefitted you declare for the restoration Low prices for the raw staple mean
We thereby
that ensue. ;
terrible boneyard where Florida has laid. to Washington to make an effort fir

have: a very vivid description of a and the benefits resulting therefrom tins of Beard silver.closes hU letltroS follows !- larger profits for the mill and Europeand rest her Old Fogies, her Back Numbers changes in the proposed work (a tto

famine in Egypt as given in Genesis would be ample to maintain our : New England, which consumes and her Calamity Howlers. St. Johns river, and this fact 'w p">

and Ireland and India hive given us armies and navies deepen our bar. There however, a currency issue SO per cent. of the gouth's cotton Mr. Brown's oratorical phonograph fished in all the newspaper, of hake

j more recent example Gars, supply all needful tran.-porta- before the country of mighty importance crop, holding no interest in this section is supplied with several of the mile sonville. Today a telegram wu iwccired

If a famine should occur simultaneously tion, build and equip our schools and -the Aldrich and Fowler bilk- other than to buy cotton at th dewed cylinders saved from :the here announcing that Peas

in all parts rf the world even colleges, and amply serve all the ends one pending in the senate and the lowest price, fill the world with exaggerated wreck of chore dead and buried Isms. Taliaferrois ill in &:Umor.. J. J.

C the beasts of the of government and the people be relieved other in the house. Both measures reports about the danger of
for a single year, A few other politicians in Florida are Landlord who introduced (beers epesl
failed to the l+st. but
C field the fowls of the air and man of the incessant burdens of pa.-s congress; cotton growing in 'other countries, at De Soto Park also did
they are there, and "the ndvocates ofa supplied with an assortment of these iw Mig

himself! would cease to live. Thewbole taxation.But change i in our currency laws," gays about tbe prospects of large crops and ancient records. What the people of Taliaferro iojatke by laying that...

M earth would p 'rii h. as long a* these bjuuties e the Chicago Record-Herald, "may be of production exceeding the demand Florida want in these enlighteneddays committee h.d received DO mpotie

monopolized by the few to the exclusion divided into those who favor This is old for
Hence we see what a valuable Il1l.tthe roughly an game played many is a new theme set U new music to the invitation extended tu tb

rock of the many, we must tbe the Aldrich bill, and those who favor to the loss of the south
deposits of phosphate occupies expect years great -the new song of Florida's better senator to be prex-nl. Hit altenttol
the Fowler bill"I
I io God's wise economy.In continuance of the inequalities w Sere cannot find one word in your For once, however, southern men and brighter day. They are weary of was immediately directed to the< fM

the creation of the world God around us-instances of a few platform to indicate your position as have met the bears of Europe and i cords.the recurring echoes of forgotten dis that bis statement wa not tnw.Mhe

never intended that this bounty multimillionaires on the one hand to these measures. America, and in the greatest cotton made no correction. MaBjo/tfc*

ehould be monopolized! by anyone aud extreme poverty of the masses Are you in favor of any change in battle of the world' history ha"ecome All Should Pull Together.Last people prt"8entt'r in po*..*kM rf

individual any more than he Intended on the other.Monopolizing. our Currency laws, ex-ept the restoration out victorious. The couth at week's issue of the Arcadia the facts, and they were dbgu-ted at
of silver? If so, do favor
that the air *'e breathe or the as he does one of tbe Aldrich or the Fowler you bill, and least does not begrudge them the vast Champion in a cross grained article the tactics rnorted to ty Se-oaW

water we drink should be so mono these bounties of nature which God why? profits which rumor says they have referring to the newspaper accountsof Taliaferro's, enemies.Tampa Tune..

fIOliz? surely intended for the uses of all, reaped, for their work has made f it the recent storm, displays an

we cannot see how Mr. Stockton can THE POLITICAL PEPPER.BOX.The > certain that this cotton amount of Stomach Trh I..
Nothing ia mote marvelous nor quite year's rancor that does it but

mysterious than God's creations. The consistently criticise those who monopolize including the seed, will bring to this little credit. This exhibition ospleen t "I have been troubled with mj
political pepper-box ia neither
more we explore the heavens or burrow other gifts that God also intended section more than $100,000,000 in excess and even its evident purposeto stomach for the past four years. "
new nor original. It is a old
into the depths of the earth the for the Uses of all. very of the largest. amount ever received arouse tbe section which it attempts says D. L Beach, of dorrr Nwk
both in this and in
more marvelous they become. Every I As long as governments permit England.Mr.weapon country for a single crop. It is conser to ,represent might be overlooked Farm, Greenfield, 11088. "A few day f

where around U3 are evidences of the I these monopolies they will continueto vative to estimate that the growers of if it confined itself to the ago I was induced to buy a box of
Henry Clay was perhaps more
existence and movement of a mysterious exist. We are not censuring the cotton will receive not less than $600- truth. In its reference to the Record Chamberlain's Stomach< and JJvcf
idolized by his own party and more
power, which we can neithersee individuals engaged in them but the 000,000 for this year's crop. it says: Tablets. I have taken part of them
respected by the opposition than another
.. .
nor touch nor define nor under conditions that permit them. "l'be- Augustine Record, as nsa' and feel a great deal better." If ye/
American Yet in
stand. It is noiseless yet always active Those who opposed the Institution Dan Voorhees' Example. al, thinks the east coast is the whole have any trouble with your ttoaMh

and potent. You it in every of slavery were not necessarily hostile paying tribute to his memory one Speaking about honest men and push and says that should their railroads try a box of these tAblets. lou tie

bough over your head and in every to the owners of slaves, any more of his distinguished colleagues said good men in the public service, whose be washed out as they were in certain to be pleased with tb) rt* it
that the "small had South Florida In the
politicians emptied recent storm
blade of grass under your feet. It than those who are making a fight for record in all the pages of history can their hard roads would be For sale by all druggists and nwdWM
the contents of their an excellent
bunts forth from the ground into the prohibition are personally hostile to boxes him." Iepper- approach that of Dan Voorhees of substitute, and If we want to be dealers. m

shoot and frcm the bud into the those engaged in the liquor traffic. upon Indiana? independent of storms we must either Metropolis In the SubsidUtdWaroa. lied

branch. It unfolds into the leaf and Many men who were opposed to the It is more familiarly called "vial A popular and a most pleasing! move to the east coast or build more .
of wrath. hard roads."
flower and ripening fruit. It creates system of slavery were yet slave own orator, magnetic and attractive, handsome The Metropolis has changed tilt
Again "the contents of their little Not a word of the above
ers and made the kindest in gifted with the containsan
of masters. appearance again. This time it place The Herald

"I had headacheand We individualize :Mr.: Stockton popguns fell hurtles at his feet. fires of genius, courageous in expressing atom of truth, and nothing has to the front in the SUwkttt
When Tillman "butted into" the :
simply for the reason that he is a his convictions, Mr. Voorhees appeared in the Record even by im column. The Metropolis, after
pain in the side." senate he changed the phrase to plication that would :
conspicuous candidate for a public wasf one of the moat famous criminal warrant the publication changing its own attitude u ma f j
If you will read the letter of :Mrs. office and is making "pitchfork" but it always means the of such rot.
war on monopo lawyers in the Union and had a times
as possible and M
McKenzie, given below, you will find being .;
that she saysI had uterine disease, lies without proposing any adequate same. clientage in fifteen states and some The Record has never said a word thoroughly caught in the rorponUet :
also headache and pain in the side.* plan for their prevention. Pure, spotless and noble aa we ima- directly or indirectly about
Uterine disease is a common --- of his fees were enormous. South net at last, LOW makes up tor what it
of Our Industrial Edition. gine Washington to have been he Florida except in a pleasant
cause headache, back- Besides this, he was for forty years or com- cannot do by changing front fur o&lMr ;
ache, sideache, nervousness The Ocala Banner will was not without his caluminators and
get out a plimentary manner.! It is
in tbe puolic service and for a number a newspaper
and other womanly ills. papers. The YetropoJit It the a**! ;
Dr. Pierce's Favorite special Trades Edition for the detractors. He was called "old foxy" published on the
pur- east
of years a United States senator. coast and gigantic humbug before the |*opl" *t j
Prescription cures uterine pose of extensively advertising the and worse epithets. i is naturally meet
He lived and interested in ad- I*
plainly unostentatiously.He
disease, and, Florida today, because it eric* i.- ,
therefore resources and advantages of Floridain Thomas Jefierson was furiously .
cures vaacingthe growth and
the headachesideache was frugal to a degree. He never progress of partiality: and fairness In politic ifl
general and Marion denounced as a "demagogue."
the section
county par which it
etc., which + speculated nor wasted his income on I represents.;; But the time and steadily changes old 1;
result from a dis- / ticular. When it is said that this And so on down the line. Xo I it does not consider it at all
eased condition of games of chance or riotous living, necessaryor colors everything: that come it* roy ;\
edition will be under the direct statesman nor reformer nor goodman advisable
to run down
the womanly or.ganism supervision but his palms were always open to the any other into Taliaferro and Flaglt'll 01..u :
"Favorle of Mr. Louis Brumby, it is has traveled except along thorny section of this great and '
Prescription appeals that reached him from the growing between the two paper, the people
is already a conceded success. Mr. paths. state.-St. Augustine Record.
the best
medicine for
unfortunate, and S3 generous was he
women., It establishes Brumby is acknowledged to be the Henry George in the concluding t can come nearer depending upea 1
dries I as a giver that when he died he did ( Flagler's Time'-Uuion tt :
regularity, weaken- best descriptive writer in the state' chapter of his"Progress and Poverty" Is Baptism Essential? baua ;
ing drains, heals inflam- not leave money enough to pay for After brazely admits that and I ]
dwells long and finishing his FUUr owns
and ulcerationand and easily ranks among the best in eloquently upon the remarkable
cures female weak his funeral expenses. controls it and the knew Uf jj
the south. He will put into this little charity shown to those who bane earthly career the last promise ofCbri.t people
ness. irl I How id that for a big hearted mane have nothing to l.nnJ, j
Sick women are invited j issue his very best effort, which spent their whole lives with the tingle I was to the thief on the cross. expect ai iu j
to consult Doctor 1! Since the first morning star shed while those who
He rairu"
Pierce by letter means that all the information necev&ry purpose of benefittiug their fellow promised him a place in heaven. prettnd to !
free. I' 1
its the world who has left
light on a
and stab
And right and left utfc*
the cannot
All correspondence held to those seeking homes in a men. yet thief was neither f
in strict privacy and sa Inspired by the blind fury of those record for genuine goodness so big as "poured," "sprinkled'1 i pended upon In any* ;
cred secrecy. Address S t congenial clime, will be forthcoming.The nor "Immers 1
Dr. R. V. Pierce who hurl their little darts of hi,! ed." He Ht'I'&ld.His .
Buf public benefactor is not necessarily envy at was not uried in bap f
Palo N. Y. If record of the deeds done in the
those who have tism."
-I took two bottles of your always he who lavishly spendshis reached lofty sum His sins were forgiven him and | Life Saved bj Chambrlala'a

Favonte Prescription1 and millions in schemes mils and desire! only good for their body shall be revealed on the other that seems to have been sufficient. | Colic Cetera and Diarrhtta. 1, t
two of the 'Golden Medical pet and along '
Discovery,' and am feeling certain lines but it is fellows the poet has profoundly in- shore when opened how luminous ] | B. L. Bier, a well known cooper, of
'!eu." writes Mr*. Dan Mc- more often he
Kenzie. of Lorway Mines, dited the following lines: Dan Voorhees' will appear! Jordan Abdicates. I this town, wys he believes in Cbamberlain's 1
Cape Breton Co.,Nova Scotia. who spends:: his time, labor and energyfor
-I had uterine trouble, also Hewhoascends the mountain-top shall find The St. Augustine Record now Colic, Cholera and PUrf* j
bcadachc, and pain in the the promotion of those things Its loftiest peaks most in The Tribune hoea Remedy saved big life lat tuffi !
side. After taking medicine I wrapt clouds and Tampa and Hon. C. M. wears the fish story belt With
your well
You may publish this or use it in any got_y yoi that will bring wealth and prosper now; mer. He bad been sick for a month f
think best, as I cannot He who surpasses or subdues Brown. sharks eight to eleven feet
speak too highly of Dr. mankind long and with 1
what the
to the laboring doctors called biiioui
fterce and his mediones." masses. Among the
Must look down OB the hate of thou below The Tribune has
Tampa three whales
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical latter class of philanthropists Though far above the inn of glory glow blen"ery over thirty feet long, dysentery and could get nothing to \ \

Adviser, paper covers, containing 1008 maybe And far beneath the earth and ocean spread friendly to Hon. C. M. Brown and Tbe Record is in a position to compete do him any good until b. tried thin V\\

large pages, ia sent free on receipt of 21, mentioned the Hon. Frank Harris. Round him are icy rock and loudly blow has said many clever things about in thrilling fish remedy. It gave him HmmediaU! if 11lief.
one-cent stamps, to pay expense"of of mailing Success to the Banner.-Ocala News Contending tempests on hU naked head, narratives with "
only. Address Dr. R. V. thus him. says B. T. Little, merchant,
Pierce And reward tbs toils which to those sum- I any newspaper in the United States
8utL o. N. Y. Garner. mits led I Hancock, Md. For sale by all dray
But the senator's Shell Pond utter Punla Gorda Herald.
I gists and medicine dealers. mr

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BRAIE.C8LlISOH AFFAIR and dollars. In due time, the defend-
'.. ant,Callison,by his counsel, presentedand
'nisei .f Verdict of Jurj State Stands argued a motion for a new trial, Macon Woman Tried to Light Ftra Bold Attempt to Loot Michigan Cen SKIN DISEAS

:' Otfilad With Guilty Shame. which washeard by the same judge With Kerosene. tral Express Car. BAD BLOOD
Macon Ga.. Sept. 23.--iMra. Emma 0
f Jacksonville, Flu., !Sept.21,1903. who presided at the trial, and who Jemison. once an employ at the Manchester Chicago, Sept. 21.-A bold attemptby And while not always painful are aggravating beyond expression. With

avtll't'ad the letter of Mrs. W. J. heard all the evidence, and upon due mills, was burned to death in two men to lock themselves In a few exceptions they are worse in spring and summer when the system begins
Il> her home Michigan Central railroad express car thaw out and the skin
consideration said ow of the mills' cottages,
W published iu your paper of the motion was over- Monday afternoon. with the express messenger, overpower is reacting and making I suffered with Ecaema of the hand.
ruled. I F and face for over a it was not onlyeatraeffortstothrpwoff
) and the letter of Hon. W. From the judgment on that Tte woman lived alone and slithers him after the train had left the annoying and painful' but very unsightly
Ajjytin '
&: verdict yards at Thirteenth street, and then that have and I disliked to go out In the)
no writ of the
of the error to the higher was no one with her when she was streets.
& Thomas, nuyor city of burned rifle the two safes in the car was accumulated during the w tried at least a dosen soaps and nIne
court has been no account of the cremation
taken. All and became
(gtlnrtfili; published in your paper of which can be given., frustrated last night when the plansof winter. Then boils and 1 T until I read in very the much paper discoursged of the cures

appears on record in the United the would-be robbers miscarried. pimples, rashes anderuptions -.,.' a performed through the use of 8. B. S. X
jIbe 13th. Shortly before 3 o'clock an explo- :r had. little faith at first but determined
f Thomas says: "The charge States t-ircuitcourt, at Jacksonville, son was heard in the house by some I I William Ganghio, an express ma.Dowas of every conceivable 4 In t to give it a month's fair trial at least. I
Usjar knocked unconscious and gagged kind make am pleased to state that I soon noticed m.
where anyone inter tel consult i of the neighbors and In a few seconds slight improvement sufficient to decide
.feuMlty or inhumau treatment: can- may Mrs. Jemison's screams attracted In the express car shortly after their appearance and me to keep it up. After the use or six: bottles my skin .
Mr. the. records: and inform himself.Mr. o'clock in the evening and then the Eczema andTetter-the was M smooth and soft as a baby's This was a year
-otto brought against Callisou. I friends to the scene. Inside the Louse of Skin ago and 1 han never bad any trouble sinoa.diseases .

lr. W. J. Brake, the father of Callison came into court accompanied I they found the woman upon tee floor men discovered he was not the ex twin terrors Nettle-rash. MISS GENEVA :BRIGGS.
) -
with all press messenger and fearing detectionfled. ale So.7th St.,Minneapolis,Minn. I
administrator by five lawyers and no less her clothing! practically burned Poison Oak and Ivy,
Gerard Brake aa of This is the theory of the orficials. -
han: three of the ablest members of I from her body. She\was writhing and such other skin troubles as usually remain quiet during cold weather,

Grinl Brake's estate, brought aactjoD federal I In her agony and calling piteously for break out afresh to torment and distract by their fearful burning, itchingand
United States bar were heard by the jury in help. She was lifted from the floor The express messenger who has
in the circuit I stinging. A course of S. S. S. now will purify
southern district of Florid his defoiUH. Jfo man ever htd a to the bed and while messengers were I charge of the car left Chicago at 3:30 and enrich the blood reinforce and tone np the general -
for o'clock this
court fairer chance to vindicate himself. dispatched for physicians those about j I morning with one guard system and stimulate the sluggish circulation,

.. allying: That Gerard H. Brake: did what they could t. alleviate her i and a'cut J25.000 in two safes on the thus warding off the diseases common to spring and
I was pre.-ut at the trial and heard car. This! money, it is believed was "
being living minor child of the age ufferings. I summer. The skin with good blood to nourish it,

was imprisoned by all of the evidence, Mayor Thomas Within a few minutes Mra. Jemi- the object of the attack of the twc ,remains smooth and soft and free of all disfiguring eruptions. .

liiteeu yean does not say that he did. But I son became unconscious and apparently : men. Send for our free book on diseases of the skin and write us if you desire

; the defendant, N. A. Callisoo, in aMjionkept say her intense suffering ceased. She Ganghin was taken to the St. Lukes: medical advice or aay special information. This will cost you nothing.
emphatically that my recollection of hospital and it was found nb shoulder
by him, by authority of was most horribly burned about the TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA.
the testimony U Lad been dislocated and he had sustained ,
board of county commissioners not in accord with upper portion of the body and !he face, _ _..__. 1
tot :Mayor Thoiua lett r. However, the the akin and great lumps of flesh drop. severe bruises. U he had not been
I of Atehna county, Florida, aa lessee discovered in the car in time, the
ping away when a hand la
I .1 county convicts of said! county, experience of English speaking peo- with her form. came contact physicians pay he would have smoth Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!

.hereb1U1d defendant assumed and ple has led th..iu to xrd trial by n Physicians responded quickly to the ered to death because of the gag in
his mouth.
jury as the l III usi kiio'u. method of can, but the woman died before anything
became chargeable with the obliga determining could be done for her. The police are Investigating! thE The boys and girls of Marion

don of said county to said Gerard H. questions of fact. Indeed It la thought that Mrs. Jemison attempted case. county are marching to and from

Brake for his Bup(>ort,care and main- under the federal Uw, higher to make a tire la the cooking' GangJsin say nothing was taken school. Our shoes are just the 1
from him the which
by robbers, leads
courts are ovverletw[ to reverse the stove by sslng kerosene and that the kind that will stand 1
: ua& ; laid Gerard Brake Laving oil him to believe he received the beating more wear
finding of that jury >u the facts and Ignited spread upon her cloth
and harder kicks than other
tttacommitted to undergo imprison- ing. She was about 45 or 50 years intended for Express Messenger I
can only review questions of law, of IlalL According to the railroad oft!. dealers will sell for the
; ClIent In the prison of said county by age. you
for no out,' however eloquent, can dials, eight or ten weapons are usually '. same We
price. can supplySHOES
of the state of Florida
}legs process HELD VALID. kept in the car. Every evening
bring before the appellate judg .' the
; punishment of crime. And said I except Sunday the car leaves for the

testimony it came to the jurors east at 9 o'clock. At 8:30, the time \
: Gerard Brake at the time and Chicago;; Judge Hands Down DecisionIn ,
from the lips of the living witnesses of the attack last night Hall and an I
Divorce Case.
plus! aforesaid while imprisoned by No assistant loads the money into the cat for every member of the family tl

drfeodant Calli*>u, as aforesaid was more can any writer bring before Chicago Sept. 23.-A Russian decree and entering, locks himself In. On from the youngest to the oldest -

your readers that testimony aa it of divorce has been held to be .
rick and ailing and in feeble and infirm valid Sunday evening the train does not and at low prices. We keep up i
Gibbons of the circuit
came to the jury. I suppose, there by Judge leave until 3:30 o'clock a. m., and it
health and unfit for work. And court of thb city. with all the latest styles a nd !
Is believed the change In
fore, your readers must like the schedule or
that said defendant, C'allison, then Max Graber, a Russian Hebrew, was Sunday of which they did not know, shapes. Give us a call. I
judge, accept the finding of that jury. married 19 years ago to Sarah Graber.He frustrated their I
and there well knowing that Raid plans. i !
Its impartiality has never been came to the United Slates his wife iI
Gerard H. Brake was sick and ailing I The W. Chambers Shoe Co
refusing to follow him. After remaining
questioned, and when you take into 2 ,
irftd and insisted that he engage in in thla country five years, he returned I ; I

Ubordit-proportiouate to his strength consideration that thatjury included to Russia and his wife demanded Man Sacrifices Hit Life To Save that Opera lllock, Second Door From Corner.Ocala .

such men as Mr. George Wolfe, of a divorce and 500 roubles, the ante of Hla Wife.
ud by way of coercing said Gerard nuptial settlement. He back to Florida.
Fernandina come New York Sept. 22.-To the -
for many years clerk of save I
Brake 10 to labor, said Callisou caused America and when he had saved the life of his wife, William Reevea, department Ii i
the circuit
tad procured said Gerard Brake to be court for Nassau county; money he sent It and a Jew1 decree manager of a large Broad --

Mr.M. T, Masters. of St. Augustine; of divorce to her. He then married way store has sacrificed his own life t

immoderately beaten and bruised upon Mr. Louis Starke, formerly deputy gala. The first wife came to Chi In the waters of the North river oft tf

and about the body and limbs of clerk of the United States court in cago and demanded more money. Grabs Ninety-sixth street R is said that f,

Hid Gerard Brake while he was sick rrefttsed to give any. She thereupon when Mrs. Reeves realized her bus
Jacksonville; Mr. John R. Thurber, had him arrested for bigamy. He s
oacd's fate she attempted to drown
tad tiling as aforesaid in
consequence J
was tried and found guilty. Senance Jl
for a number of years comptroller of herself.!
theft-of be,Gerard Brake, languished how aver, was suspended. His
Reeves and his wife were enthusi
the city of Jacksonville, and others Biliousness ;
tad died. Aud further, that said attorney then made np a case to test astic canoeists and had rowed across
less well known to the public, their the validity of the Jewish decree call- Makes -
CallUou well knowing that said the river to visit friends at Fort Lee
unanimous verdict seems to me a safe ed "get" :granted in Russia the divorce N. J. The water was so rough and Chronic Invalids. 7S 7
Gerard Brake was sick and ailing as l S
obtained having been handed to
finding for the public to accept and over the tide so swift they ware unable When the brer U torpid, and fails to do its work !
iforeuid failed and neglected to her by a council of rabbis in solemn
pro- abide by. to land and after floating down the the bile eaten the blood ss a nnilent poison. Then 1
session In Ri>4&a.. according to Rus stream a distance. Reeves headed baci;
rid him with comfortable quarters, -- ---- coma oon.dpatwn: billoutme&8., sick headacDe te.ero f
It may be true that "when Mr. elan custom. to New York. The tide around the IL !//// tJ'e that the brer Just' I S
u4 with blanket and malaria The only treatment gire
good bedding
Callisin in the business i-
was phosphate Judge Gibbons held that In the absence pier at Xinety-elxth street was running the ngM touch and staru Nature's work in the ngtt \\\ f

sad the proper opportunity for rest, and leased the convicts, his men of any proof of fraud the decree like a mill race and the frail I i I I j F:

aDd compelled him to toil imiuoderite'j were the best provided for perhaps of waa valid and must be recognized by craft was capsized. Reeves, an expert LIVER

and failed and neglected to any in the state," but whether or not the courts of Illinois. swimmer, managed to secure his A VaN'S PILLS I i iJ
wife and helped her the overturned
furnish Bald Gerard Brake with PRAYED OVER MAN LED BODY.In to 'ANDTONIC PELLETS I I -
it is true and whether or not Mr. boat He swam around the pier and

wry medicine and medical attention Brake was in the whiskey business was about to right the canoe when The pin touches the beer, and the pellets tone ha jjj JI
of Railroad Tracks Priest .
he auk la view of hundred of J
lad pemuftl in persons
, care, consequence and other questions suggested by Mr. and People Knelt -
along the short. Boatmen
thereof said Gerard Brake languished Thomas seems to me irrelevant to the CMcago. Sept. 23.-"Kneel and praytor hurried to the scene and nearby Is 25 doses for:$days cost 25 cents,and un
the soul of a dying msnl"! A were less your caae is exceedingly bad you f
sod died. main issue which is I take it time to prevent the frantic woman
as this command from the lips of Father will be well before you IIDl tfceia-- f
To these charges said Calliaon inter- from leapiig Into the rwiii current Sample free. For sale M r g
whether a boy convict In Alachua Madden, of St Gabriel's Roman (VJiotic "
fond a plea of "not which all dealers. I
guilty, county's prison could be subjected to church 250 persona of many creeds
tome on to L.t tried before .the Hon. and many races tell on their kneesIn j
such treatment as was charged and
Jinn W. Locke and a Jury of twelve the network of railroad tracks ait Secured Gun of Municipal Police and : t
go free without action by the grand Forty-fifth street and Stewart avenue tI

totn, good and true, regularly drawn jury and state authorities generally.It last night and prayad for! Thomas Escape.

from the box in accordance with ShaughneMy, over whose
jury may not be relevant, (it was not mangled Manila SeptA band of La- I

Uv: and the jurors of that jury after form the priest was bending. The drones attacked the town of Talsin. in!
before the jury) that just before leaving POST OFFICE DUl'G STORE. OCALA, FLA.
man died as they prayed.
the province of Batagnas Luzon, 01
Wring the testimony of the witness Alachua county to attend the Could he have spoken the police believe Saturday last and secured the guns ol

..and th.chugeof the court delivered trial of the case, Mr. Callison conveyed that he would have told a storyof the municipal police. I

by the Hon. James W. Locke a murderous attack. They met with no resistance during
if not all of his
a large part property
ss sasslssssasassssussssss I
judgtof Boys of th neighborhood declare their raid and subsequently escaped

the court and argument of real and personal to H. F. Dutton & that Shaughnesey and a trainman were unmolested- The town of Sanfrar! .... I

(wa.el, 00 May 27th, 1903, rendered Co.! of Gainesville. But brushing scuffling by the side of a freight train Ananao, in the district of lagan, Luzon II

tttlr verdict, which was that the aside irrelevancie, there can be no a moment before the former went under was subsequently attacked, but

jvj found the andastnetl the wheels. A dispute over the they were repulsed. During the fig' kingAdvertisingl i
defendant"KUilty, doubt and it was so stated to the
blockade of the crossing by the train at this place one policeman was killed

the damages of the estate attar jury counsel at the trial: If these was the cause of the seeming quarrel s sPy I
thousand dollars and the &
things be true, the state stands de- the police believe. Sharp EngagementManila
d+mage of the parents at two thous- The entire crew of the freight train! Sept. 22.-A detachment of : 'ds I
shame. The \ \ \
--'- filed with a guilty verdict -
--- has been summoned to appear at the the Twenty-eighth infantry, embarked

O\'er.\ ork Weakens rendered brands the whole state 'I coron-or's Inqustt over Shaughnessy's In boats, had a sharp engagementon sS i

Your Kidneys.I with the mark of guilt. It will be so remains. Toros lake Lanao, on the 10th in s I

of it. It be. stant with a band of fanatical Moros,,
I taken by all who learn i
f I II WORKMAN FELL 80 FEET. during which Private 0. E. Burnett !
I Cehulttj Ilineyj Make Impure Blood. who citizens 1
hooves us, therefore, are .
was killed. One of the leaders of the

All the tlaod in your body passes through and residents of the state, to do as Then to Show that He Was Not Hurt, enemy, a priest single handed, attacked One; drop of water does not make the oceans .

I Tw kidney!once every three minutes. Mrs. Brake would have us to do: Got Up and Danced a Jig. a boatload of soldiers. He was ft;One grain of sand will not make a shore .

The kidneys are your New York, SspL 23.-Falling from killed.

I blood purifiers they filter "Prevent a repetition of anything of the eighth floor of a building in course ;One feather does not make a bird as I

t out the waste or this character. of construction at No. 20 West EIghteenth FIRED ON ROBBERS.

Impurities in the blood.If I write this letter and street a distance of about SO -- : gOne leap will not make a frogs : 1
they are sick or out To that end Clerk in Store Empties Shotgun at
three in
feet and turning somersaults
cf order,they fail to do will publish it. Intruders. IT IS ALL THE RESTS s i
their work. hope you his descent, Joseph Heiser, an Ironworker

Pains.aches and rheumatism Sincerely yours, has escaped with a slight laceration I Trinidad, Cdl., Sept. 22.-One robber I
t j was fatally wounded and another "
come from ex- GEORGE C. BEDELL. of two fingers. 1 j es
the i ia believed to have been injured while
cf acid in
cess uric A score of workmen rushed to the I

:;:. blood,due to neglected The attention of our readers i is cellar expecting to find his mangled attempting to rob the hardware store s I

j < Kkaey"11r0\lb1e.trouble the advertisement in another I form. Instead, they found him calmly ,, ef Bronson & Grlswold early today .
unsteady called to
causes quick or
I ;
Griswold clerk, who
a was
i t tsar Mats" and makes one feel as though examining his cut fingers. To convince SS .
column of today's paper to E. sleeping In the store, was aroused bj
f M heart
i trouble, because the heart is them that he had escaped without ss
** the men breaking into the HE
wlUaf in & Company's millinerystore.
thick Nelson
I pumping kidney- K. injury he danced a jig. Then he
I Vcteacd blood through veins and arteries. secured his shotgun and turned lOOSE And so it is with most things in life ; and s
This establishment has the went back to work at the top of the
I Wed la ba considered that only urinary I both barrels on them. One of the robbers S
I I tieswcreto be traced to the kidneys. reputation of keeping up with the bouldlng. fell wounded In the face and w tfk especially is it true that one advertisement

aJ**CMttiUtioiul i*.modern. science diseases proves have their that nearly begin- latest creations in the millinery Murdder of Millionaire Dexter. head and the other escaped leaving s 2 will not make you a successful advertiser. :

*f q kidney trouble. world and it is safe to prophesy that New York, Sept. 23.--OUj>atcSes trail of blood behind him.

If yeo are sick you can make no mistake from the scene in the Adrio&dacks. of The wounded man was taken to the s Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .

E Vf b*doctoring your kidneys. The mild their fall's stock will be up to their toe murder of Orlando 'P. DarUi, a hospital and physicians say he can .

- I M fta ntraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's usual standa'rd. New York Millionaire, say that footprints not survive his wounds. His Identity .

' taproot, the great kidney remedy U satisfaction of know- have been found all around tin Is unknown. s
: lees rtallle4. It stands the highest for Its You have the '

f. I the most distressing cases ing that what you buy at the Post- cottage Dexter and about the snotdrom po!"t to the road Used for Pnenmonia. : THE OCALA BANNER :
where was amfrasliaa
J 111014 01 Its merits fT' 1, office Drug Store Is pure and of the Dr. C. J. Bishop of Agnew, Mich., ,
lie drove along. Bloodhounds
aI1< are
gear.. rugumnf.ftyTau......11' 11--, I.11I4 qest Reliable vuality.Eye Water.They sell It Dickey's don't burnt Old being utilized and arrests are expect says, "I have used Foley's Honey and .1 That Will Pay X X I

haves ed It is intimated that .
may -= = soon. persons Tar In three very severe cases of pneumonia
**f 1. battle mall hurt when applied. m
by HUM a a..aoo& other than disgruntled poaebew were .
*... aba how to find with good results in every ,
jrtlyttlim pamphlet telling you bladder trouble. Subscribe for the Ocala Daily Ban- concerned in the murder, and a sensation s'' awes s
; kidney or Refuse substitutes. Postofflo

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VERSION I North Carolina Land end Timber i I!.. Argument In Behalf of Canada Is Con Census report on Quantity of cOW The Law Leaves no Loopholes for the IDelinquent I|i .. The .!.test pu.ol In, I I

pany In Hands of Receiver. Cluded.Loadoa ginae-i from the growth of 1S03 sows [ 119.... f

IS CONTRADICTED Asheville, :i. C., Sept 22.-AsbevWebusisers I I Sept :24.-Attoraay General Georgia in tie lead. Subscriber. i that lie*.{*ar puntitbtr ,.. e i r

I mea were astonished on t>being i P aley concluded his argument ia be- The Exponent of the Nation! Pub anyone fee fired "b.t ,*... ..
I: Judge H. Tyler Campbell, of Bristci, II. ... C
of Latt toll that the Norjh CircHna! Land ana fcalf of Caaada at his morcicg's: res' Tens. resigns office of assistant t: !lishers' Union, has compiled from the uti<* re'u"" to pay for i t ,..,., .
Correspondent Timber com,anTs affairs bad passed t lion of the Alaskan bounds; tomcatsj : .
'I Attorney General Ktox deei.ioD of the U'Uivd l tAte courtsthe law the nwttt Mho. )ru IJIR ..
into the of : ut r
Anti Semitic Riots. I a j slon. He received the tha V, of Ctiri Htrun .. I

company dH an inme-cse: : busiaess. i I[ Justice Alverstone and the con:;rttalations Secretary cf the Navy Moody !n- following kws Concerning 1! Wi"ptor !- aloff..i ioglrtirse" IJ"I",01 lit

HOW THE TROUBLE ORIGINATED principally at the moutl of Laurel : cf feasts Facet and Lodge ou spectei the United: States Naval Horeat ). sutvriptinnsr< thf'u Mddi fitas dhN"f'U'IIIU..j I Ii.elf ....1. .. j
Phiisao'pava and made: aa addressto .
ia Madison county, and SOILC mea! j| his lucid explanation: of so technical: I
1. :ouL.rilwrlhn d.. rant rlEoX. liable to. 1&rt't1t and fine ..
the inmstssTho r. ..
Anti- emitie Agitator Wont About Exhorting of recognized standing in the fisa&ciaj: I| as! comprehensive a subject. ..

f world were idealised;; with the: com I The attorney general made It ciear I labor troubles on the river! front pre s 1101 ice M the contrary ar. considered for th.-fi. It will' w -r, i'-t I
; People Not to Uavc The
pan,. I that Caaada wants above everything: a.: New Orlscrj! have bee once imore us wi-hiiiif to reiif-w, many disputed piiiu'* err fl.. !

k. Fells Cnnstians Unavenged; J E. Rankin was earned as recEtv.1 else access to the sea and the American adjusted and it is thought peace: has et
2. If a i-u-wriljer onl-ri a r.a')fOr by tbf"otO <1-et'W>D4. wilt. I. .r.. ..*
iih Houses Plundered.. er Jn the order which was granted by :; counsel informed tte Associate: COT come to ttsyOverosethcusandielegsies. ramly

New York Sept. :!.-A Russian;cor- United States Circuit Judge s mOIWJn.I: Frees that everything w JI be cone by are in di->coijiiuu'- the: -ubi"h-r! may con- just Ifl wi> rrit"-r 1._ ... ;

repcndent'8 private letter from Gomel, E. B. Belts, of Troy N. Y. them to convince} the iVinal" attendasc" t t the national: conferenceof tiuue to end it until ..Mare IIrretrllgf'z.I want to rrbfW hi* tut*.r (.tiiq "

written &::t,'(. H, dunng the anti-Semir Putnam were. large stockholders the the treaty contemplated: a barrier between Untariu23! and other Christian: p! i'l. mut notify lW publi.ti 'n... ..... I
latter baring organized the concern I the Dominica and the ocean and cfcnurctea at Atlantic City.
tic riot, contradicts the Russian version The liabilities aggregate $300>)>d that the Question of territory is not i 3. If suW-riber neglect or rduM' I quest mutt.i far u(> if b. "I..h.. ;.. ..
of the affairs, eaj'* a Times dis- George \". Beavers, who Is having
while the asset taclud* the largestsaw important provided. the shores and Inlets to take the: paper unlit till r>0st.,ffioe CoHitiDtk biJ ......rtpt..n. rwceiM
Londoa. It U i u .: !
pitch from n part a !:U lab at CT York in the posta .
follows: mill in the western put ctf the remain in he possession the scinjal l case 5, was Informed that there to which it i i" direct they lirert'Er.olJHJle be i M brit rr>"pon it,lf'.r i: M Itf ry
state, nearly 6,000 acre of Uab** land United States.
"The trouble began Friday with a were two: more tedi-T.mects against the I i- Ioc'D' tu bl" '
until they have -rf-ttli-d l--r| .h"'I0.
and thousands of feet huabw.. Tbcompany David T. Watson of Pittsburg, oi i6 .
wrangle between a Jewish fish teller Mm
tease chartered srrenl! run counsel for the American side opened their bill:! and onlt-rt it disconiinutd. tapes it or not.-Nrwel'.I.er4urp :
bad a cioujik (a peasant leading Ua
ago, and it la understood LM lad for the United States, describing the In North Carolina the mooMycers .f
free fight, wherein several were Injured 4. If ..
steadily ustil! it became vbx:r fc ci purpose of Alaska and stating that the are again giving revenue officers much! ur nbtH ruoto other Rom ia Her ant Di/t.

-oaturiay, one moujik and Sunday mortally.aattSemltlc vent Carted States published! in 14I7 the trouble: It :is alleged that county of places without mfortuiog the publisher TtdIisig of lb. r..aeOtl. wh\ cad Mir _

It is the largest f&Qer that ha* ocurred map !Issued by Russia In 1826:! a year ficlsis: win do Itttle to aid the fdera'cfflters. aril the are rent to the
t & vent about exhorting: the pets( pipers the lioniab the eNalsre
is this part of the date daring after the treaty'with Great Britain and d
pie cot to !leave their fellow Christlaa former address, they are held -
rtspousihle. the world
unavenged. Moet of the Jews reoeat years. to poteat was made against the boundary The sovereign grand lodge of Odd Tfaoom B urea

remained in doors all the: drinking therein fixed either by Great Brit Fcu'! at Baltimore elected Gene iu the Xw York A.,.rt<.nu. |i* ti tfcifollowing

ALABAMA LEGISLATURE. ala or by Canada al M. A. Haney, of Mareago, love l
hops were closed and the streets 5. 1 he courts htve decided that refusing IM the flr i aii/t ..... .
ilr. Watson pointed out that It was commanding general of the patriarch; ?
were patrolled. to take jt-riodicals! from for res..1J t
Senate Passes Primary and General three years after gold was discovered! militant.
"One hundred workmen from the ra'.Iway
Election Lew. in the Yukon territory that Great Britain character office or removing and Laving them The land of the r..utlil'; ....
oi Another snne1ous;: was arrestei
workshops mustered on one
the principal streets Monday and begin Montgomery, Ala, Sept ttr-Vtn made her first formal. notificationthat at Oyster Bay. He was 1' uncalled for, is prima facie i evidence divided' sutdei the -itiA-b* in ...tplshares. |
senate has paeeed the geaeraj primarj she would question the: time of All had lead all.1 verb ....
to the lie
president wasfound
to break the wln-iowa of Jewish see of intt-ntioual fraud.
houses which they entered and pluatared. and general election law &M tndeflrlt the United States to the heads of la- to bea crank and officers rent bad the frame amount. Theiiwv....

A nualoer or Jetre woo coi- ly postponed the ceteopathj till lets. The correspondence prior thereto him to Nwr York on a train.A ti. If fcuUcriber-J pay in advance ble result of tbi vr.s a It ft.ui!..r iL.t.>

TLe horse passed th ecnaU bill referred to he actual demarkationline live to I'"trulri..w.11'1' i *t, ,
JiCtttd in self-detense were turned German officer has Invented they are bound to give notice at tbe ob.
back appropriating J50..0W for cM cDtJfcl- en the ground, but no question as est in thI'U'' i i''. a' >tFOLEYSHOIffiY a". 1.1
by soldiers from the streets tat
unique targets for practice. They end of the time if do ,
to tie accuracy of the: boundary claimed they not ui>.h to
ate EoMiers and &IEo the bill to bitUi same interest.
where the plundering: was going onThoy like
T are made of wood shaped a man
provide for the publk health ol thi by tie United States as universally continue takiuer it, otherwise the Iub
beat and arrested those and fire blank cartridges at a line fir
shown oa the maps had ever previousy -
cot obeying forthwith. The soldiers state. leg real cartridges lisher i authorized to send it and<< tbe TAB
been formally raised by Great
The committee which now hzi the
Hood by while the plundering mob
vu committing! all kinds of escesees. Kll to provMe for an examiner of thstate e Britala. A. Bayles Worth, K. C. ol The Alabama Louse yesterday indulged subseriher is responsible until he give Cure Celdi! : P'.ah' Paeraeale.

Canadian counsel remarked that In in a spirited debate on the negrc .
"One could hear the shrieks of the oo.ntsas requested to report -
the MIL 1S67 Canada had no concern in the question. Booker Washington and his -
children ia which
the streets pa.Jews
Taestion and had no right to Interfere methods were severely criticised
trol blocked agaInst help from "here ail be to meeting of the legislature '
with oa objection as her tern Other members *f"mled th negro Tell Us YourFurniture
euui'e. Some Jews tried to force on Monday, ac a resolutionwag I

their way down one of the side streets passed to give the clerks time tc tory until was 1871.Mr. .not extended. to the Pacific South Carolina! state officers are puz-

sod the soldiers! shot iix dead. The catch up. sled over what to do in Salada coun

police never showed themselves walla Watson continuing quoted the ty. The sheriff stands accused cl Troubles!

tie troops protected the rioters. Placed Under Heavy B nd. representatives: of the surveyor gem murder, but refuses to surrender hi:

Gomel hat 2CO O Jews out of a total San Francisco, Sept 21......Totn Kin, era] of Canada, in 1874, agreeing that office to tie coroner and the stat

population of 40,000. the Chinese charged with being mixed I the line was across! certain rive law forbids the governor removing
which were emptying at the of
up witathe Chinese substitution lead a sheriff for any cause
I the Lynn canal and argued flrat Can Anti xve will prove to you that they are not t'tlut.i'l; at II.
TO ESCAPE HIS TORMENTOR which has! etready resulted; in the eulcid a.ja At Frankfurt, Ky., three negroes but wanderings of the imatrinatiun.Vh
thereby ackaowledged the: United jr u III'MKHI yee
of one official and the arrest o d!! tates claim to the heads of Islets made a daring escape: from jail On have furniture troubles it i is a citlu>ion and one that i* ",wilt' 4
Wealthy Man of Beatrice, Neb., Commits three others, has been captured anplaced of them split the jailer's head wit!
The committee dajourned f. the pelled. Come around to our store and let us explain t. u u how
Suicide. under $3,0()0 bond. He w af a bottle and the three then made
day ;a easy it i is:: to furnish house at ''' ), ,
*" your a \ Kew York 24. ? send Implicated
SepL you by the confession of Dtp successful cash for liberty.In without
herewith $300. This is positively tha uty Sheriffs!: Daama, Burnett and 1 much advance capital. We will( tell > .iU tu-n! t ure |
TO EXTEND AMERICAN an attempt to escape: from eu desire it the .
TRADE. small
lut money I will send you. I will:! Dempe y. Tom Kin is understood tc South Carolina you ) on weekly payment plait at pn r hitter i

not let you blackmail me any longer'' hare been associated with ToIl Yung, Grant : penitentiary a conK than other houses will ask you fur the same tr McNe:11
: was killed Pr =
This, together with the torn fragments who wa arrested on the day the expoeure United States Consul General Sidnner ton Jeferr"n. To be convinced that the above is- not the I uu-al .j ii.'am itf.
a who will
trusty, douut
of a cheek Is said to be tb I of the scandal uas made and! Going to Abyssinia. less be pardoned in theorist call and see what we ha\ t"" to offtr and the pnYuur ,' w.. ask

tnt of his letter which has been pieced Canton, 0.. Sept 24.-United States consequence.At f'T Bu-me>ie.JI .

together from bits discovered in the TO SPEND $3,000,000. Consul General Skinner t o Marseilleswho the negro Baptist conference i:
Boston, D:. Booker, president: of the
.. Aprtmeat where John D. Kllpatrick, is here on a furlough and it howill :
wealthy son of the late David Kilpat Further Development of Alabama Coal make an official visit: to King Baptist college) told his race the best

Mines. MeneliS: of Abyssinia will leave for thing they could do was to Imitate thf
rick of Beatrice, Neb. was found ..Monday ,
shot through the heart The case Blrailngbpm Ala., Sept. 24.-The Marseilles en Oct. 8. white man and imbibe same cf his A. PITTMAN &

bad begun to look like Ont of ourdet new furnace and coal mIne plant at la aa Interview Mr. Eldnner said American enterprise .

but it is now thought that the first Batten, near Fort Payne, Alas which that the purpose of h'e going to Abyssinia The New York Central: railroad has

t.heor1-6u1cde-ls correct and that Is being: built! by the Lookout Mountain is simply one of the state de put into use an apparatus by which a IIU'ILI/ING. 0(' \I. ,, ri.ouiin.

Kllpatrick killed himself to escape hii iron company, la nearing completicm partment's efforts to create trade wherencee single wire can carry a message an:

tormentor. J. E. LamWe, stepfather and win soon be one of the lading exists and to extend elsewhere., be used as a telephone at the Earns: -- -

of the dead- man declared that seas lectors n the production of pig that American goods have filtered lute: time.!

tioMl developments may grow ant oitb iron rn Alabama Abyssinia for many years almost \11th.! President 'Patton. of Princeton university STRAUSS' "76" STRAUSS'

affair. He !. quoted as saying: The coal mines have been openedand : out the knowledge of our own people.He in hg address to students

I "''We know the woman to whom the the coal will be dumped this week.Sevecytflve sutra: that Abyssinia & a kingdom tells them to believe in the !miracles

Utter wu a dreued. She la a yountxairrted cotfe ovens have been of 10,000,000 population, with a stab for on that Christianity was founded -n Fioesr 1OYAL

woman the mere mention ol built and are ready to be fitted up.: government and a recently completed Despondent over the less of J50,00{ RESERVEFULL

whose nam would caoa a eeneationin The furnace ii above ground and receiving railroad' with the outer world. As
by the June flood ia Kansas City.lHen:
New York city, at abe is known asA .some of 1U machinery. It will American manufacturers are not In ry.

member of one of the most prominent be completed by February and the the habit of dealing directly with such bullet sending 4 QUARTS c na Four Qcarts
a through his brain. 50
oclal sets in the city. We know company will at one go to making pig faraway lands, it Is MT. Skinner's duke DELIVERED
enough now to convince ni that my Iron, having a ]large stock of co ty to go>> there and ascertain the con. Our trade with Turkey amounts tc

stepson committed suicide.! I have and ore Kid limestone on band at that dltlon under which business ie transacted $23.000.000 annually the balance beIng
SiDicg ggaPCiCigo jF qBCi gS jO E
learned since that he wrote anolhtfI time. la that region with the view of: hi favor of the former to the ex *ta tri HGSHCU

ter and another check and sent James Bowron, former vice presidentof lacraaiteg American commerce there. tent of $21,000,000.Centennial Every bottle of genuine j

them to the woman. I do not know the Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad Another matter which makes AI r. of Robert Emmet's ese

the contents of the other letter." company and wealthy northern Skinner's trip opportune will be to ex cution vas celebrated by his countrymen

gentlemen are interested and are lead an invitation to King r>enelik c in tLc principal cities: of the Pabst

PEOPLE DESERT TOWN. spending three million! dollars In this have his government represented at union Sunday.

development. The will have Louisiana
company the Purchase exposition. Posses In Montana are pursuing
its can raw materials at first hand
Another Landslide Occurs at Turtle I "Kid" Curry, the train robber who eli-
and will be able to make pig Iron ai
Mountain. PEABODY FUND. caped from Knoxville Tenn., jail
cheap as any operator In the south. .
Portland, Ore., Sept 24.-A specialto The sultan of Turkey expresses regret Blue Ribbon

The Oregonian, from Nelson B. C.uys CLOSE
MAY STEEL PLANTS. School Superintendents To Meet t3 at the atrocities perpetrated bj

: Take Action on Same. the troops and promises the Russian

Passengers arriving over the Crows Overstocked Market and Dullness of Little Rock. Sept 24-Hon. J. piHineman ambassador that they will not be repeated 1

rest report that another Immense Trade. The murder of Bulgarians bears the
landslide occurred state superintendent of public I traden1arl"Iabst: 11'1
yesterday at Tur Pittsburg. Sept 24-The United instruction of Arkansas states that however, continues.

tie Mountain, near Frank Alberta! States Steel corporation may close al there is a likelihood of an early meeting Lord Ealfsur, cf Burleigh, secretary waukee" in
A* far as known, no lives were lostbut a red circle. I In the
Ita sheet steel
plants in
the near future of southern Etate school superintendents to Scotland and Arthur' Elliot, financial
all the people of Frank
have de-
unless the Amalgamated associ to take action relative to the secretary to the treasury have

erted to Blalrmora the town and again other being taken ou atlon will consent to a reduction under disposition of the Peabody educational resigned.: The king has accepted the making of Pabst Beer
the same plan as was agreed upon last fund. resignations. .

The slide occurred Just as the train! The fund is now over $3,000,000, and The is I

was nearing Frank and as quIck fallThe reason for this attitude Is an many of the southern state superintendents James T. Ferriere a well knows barley right
u possible the brakes were applies newspaper man of New York, died OJ;
overstocked market and the dullnessof are eaVl to favor closing the
and the train backed for several mines paralysis at Paris. His wife in t The hops g
trade at this time of are
year. trust and distributing! the fund to thestates right
After waiting over an hour the train Last the fit of distraction, soon afterwards tool;
year association in Ue south rather than tc
was run to Frank and the people whc accepted a reduction of 3 percent concentrate the money on one (large her own life.Tommy. The water is right 1
were all l-
wilting in theetatlon
on aH material made for foreign teachers' college as has been propose :
taken on board. orders and the Ryan All Right
steel company it is The
.. i is
Carriage-Builders'---Association.- said intends to make a similar reduction St Louts, Sept. 24-Tommy plant rightThat's

this President has been much disturbed 1
year Shaffer< of .
Ihilldm' National Carriage the Amalgamated stted that he f. about the reports that he is suffering why
association todayopened sure that the limit would not be changed ; from cancer of the stomach. To
its thirty-first Noisy Demonstrations Greet 'Premier
... convenUoa and that ex.stlag conditions do not Von set all such !nodes at rest Ryan today .
this city President David M Korber's Speech.
warrant it consulted Rr. Frank Boogher, deputy
Parry of Indianapolis, called the one Vienna Sept 24-The relchsrath
coroner who made the
following statement
thousand or more delegates to order. First Instance of KinJ.Pnlladeip. reassembled today for the purpose as : "I have examined Tommy

Governor Bates gave a welcome to the :la, Sept. 23.-The German Premier Von Korber explained, of Ryan and do not find any malignant Pabst
-.commonwealth and Franklin passing the bill amending the recruiting beer
Murphy tug Titan arrived here today from disorder. He Is rapidly rounding into
of government responded on behalf ol law In order to meet difficulties '
Erasmo from Rjlladelphia for Genoa splendid pti) .cal condition."
the delegates.Will created by the Hungarian diet ._
for repaint The bark is new and ---
Herr Von Koeber said some of the Negro Question Debated.
on her makwn voyage was caught iDa
Sail For Europe. gale and damaged. On her arrival Hungarian Democrats were calculated Tontgom(>ry. Ala., Sept 24.-Thi

Boston Sept .-Booker T Washington here bids for repairs were requestedbut not only to undermine the unity of the negro question was discussed at somE

will sail for Europe In a few were thought by the owners to U Auwro-Hungarian army but to affect length; by te members of the house isaiwa

days and will remain there several excessive. It was finally decided to Austria's; rights in the common army w!!n a bill was called up to appropri

weeks seeking rest. He has not beenweU send the bark to an Italian ship yard Noisy czech demonstrations mingled at" J2 300 additional annually to a n? spire

since making a trip to California and the German tug was chartered tc with the cheers greeted the premier's STrt school located In this city. Booker .

last winter when he delivered numar. do the toumg. It is said this Is tie speach. Washington's methods were con

Out addresses. first instance of a foreign tug having (demnei by several members. Tb ,

crossed the ocean for a'tow. To Preserve Grant Homestead. Mil!! was finally passed by ithe close For bale by

SIr Thomas Lipton Improved. -_. Chicago. Sept 24.-A dispatch to The vote of 41 to 39.

Chicago. Sept. 22.-Str Thomas Lip. For Mayor of 'Frisco. Tribune from Galena STRAUSS
sateBrigadier that
ton was reported this Columbus Ga., Sept. 22-The Chat & CO.
morning as hav. Francisco, Sept 24.-Franklh General Frederick D. Grant, taioochee river will have .
Ing the a new steam. ,
passed most comfortable SL Lane has been nominated
nigh: for mayor his brothers and sisters wishing tc In few
er a fays, the
since his attack of Illness. He has by the Democratic municipal con preserve the Grant homestead In this Gertrude bought Wholesale
at Pittsburg. Pa.
by A.
improved eo steadily and ventlon. Mr. Chltwooi Liquor Dealres.
satisfactorily Lace was Democrat city, have given it to the city authon- -
that Us a!&)(''S. Their nm boat UKEcaola
physicians now consider further candidate for governor at the last scat ties, who will probably convert U kite
: turned at Chattahoochee
bulletins Fla.
uanacessary.I dtction. a hospital. OCALA FLA
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: [ITICAL CRISIS, Mr. BalCwur and Lord Lansdowne 1.-MERRITT, HURT IN ACCID2UT.! : -- -

i' both Broderick went goes to, Balmoral there today. Mr. POWERS WORKING i J. F. EDWARDS'

Monday. State School Commissioner Narrowly

"S STIRS ALL ENGLAND : Escapes CCi1tn.Atlu1t.1 BIG
ULJfjt TO STUDY THE U. 3, SCHOOLS. 1 1C0f1""t : Sept. Commissioner W.B. TO RESTORE ORDERj HOUSE,

MerriU narrowly escaped serious
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la Now tho Sole Topio oiCoWersation. 00_ rf Prominent Englishmen I bhrr; and probably death yesterday

Corning to JThie Country... ,? mGt'nn/a! a runaway,accident at Valdosta Turko Bulgarian War Not I II I j GainEsville and Ocala. Fla.
lea Toi iL g :1.-.1ISred. .
t DL Mos where the popular commissioner i' :!: --- -- -
Regarded as mnln9nt.Vzws O
,11 tho
..JETitish. lavos'Jgator, of,.social -
had goon to spend a' few days: at I -
questions -
arrived rtoday ,his old: tome. -That he. sustained OF DIPLOMATIC CIRCLES. I =
on the stornhij> Phifa4elphJa' from t I 3
: notiicg but a bad bruise on the body I I **
Per Cabinet fouthamptoa.
Domination Mr. Mce&ly comes I i -
r inaCvance'ot and a painful scratch clothe arm is Under No Circumstances Will Powers i I ..
.a committee of .. cS
gtfill ,Probably Then Be Presented.'pasebsrry prominent considered miraculous by eyewitnessesof
Fn1lshr who Permit Turkey to Occupy Bulgarian I 1 ; = E.CODff
are: ,to look the '' 3
: .I into the accident Commissioner Merritt : -

; Cabinet a Possible:! Con- 'oI
junction in' this .G CoAttftgenit-Premier IB Ceing &*- yitlt ,our echoes add
"slflei >unlTer t at hlS'home this city. Gain by Hostilities ... :) ; = A'u
fre.1l: Criticised.. aa .I system especially: the London, Sept. 21.-The AssociatedViess 1- =
regarding accident that IS0 I .Jr-ui0IL =? ? io : .
( 21.-The. aolitfc'sI crl ",puWte s hoola. Tt earns I i.
that the _
) London ? ; ofher jnejabwsrlf I' .xewa out driving yesterday morningat war between .r.- ''e m
: sore tople .of discussion of caely educational committeeyUJlL Turkey and Bulgaria Is not: now regarded I _.0
1lIU athUDa sea rr ; his old home, was on'-hls rap to G: .. !
ik'l lf' a ex rited to har9!{ ,r :3aj[ on Jha. 'Vhlla'delphla' on Ptne"Park., .His )h'orsp, which :" &8 as imminent by the foreign office I .-.. I -

tar e o r f fiuy 'Kag Idwrd .at Bal wr.l to her'nejl 11rG11'rom Southampton T'ufiUr hitch@i to a light buggy became frightened ; or other diplomatic centers in I 9?
; '\ iaf : here ,
1I'her&ubtreSH.itf wlir jiifcacai two niontha. Lccdon.
at & rapidly: passEig trolley J'caf
!iiri t6I' th e Mtfn 't'aclaa. ;.::A ahet"'Daasenger on the"PhU8.deJ. -and dashed on 'the track Immediatelyin it la stated that under no oir wn- oo w

:..- 'S3e!tact". carols ct these eypOtr :,i phia vaa Congreasman George Mo- front of the oar which was then stancei will the powers permit Tur- I FAMOUS AXUECSKK 1SUSCI1 BEER za

tm'Dta still continue a, matter ,CI IIand. who has been spoken of frwquectly goIng down grade. The motorman was toy to occupy Bul arUa 'territory i 'PINE WINES. WHIBKIEB _

I AIfftrie4 turmUe. Regarding tie d ;Mng the last month hence Turiey has nothing to"gMn h1hostilities and BRANDIES.
aa a
powerless to stop t.hAi car before &trik-
My J3oo Rye or Bourbon at.My ..____. .
probabla My U oo Gin at_ ..,,
t mitful result of the upheaval Vhe candidate for mayor otNew log the buggy. The front wheels Regarding' the renewed .a.50 .. 2oo'I My loo North -"- -n..n..- 1l
.. CaroliDa Corn at.........._ to
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'fp rttor forecasts thatBalfour) ', on the' Democratic ticket Asked were shattered by the force of the .rumors that a British fleet hT going I My My 4.00 j.oo ". _." _,'- 3.00 2.56 My My 3.00"" M.t'uDewCoruat.., .. 8,00

tits tw appeAj* to. the country ,will U lu :aroull accept the mayoralty nomiu.t1oZlo .- blow. Mr. _M rrltt receiving the Injuries to Turkish waters the Auodat Press My a.oo-Glfllt _. ".M _.r 1.75 My 4.00"' ,. .. .. 7 ice

!bt beaten and succeeded by a Rosa he repKed: stated above. The horse was la officially tnfonnd that ts' Balkanmaitara My 850 ..- a.oui'jad New England Rum at..,,._.? Ito

try ctbiwt: which will not last long, "Watt until It is offered to tn6.M anhuit. (rare boea left In the tends The' Jug and Keg Trade i a Special i Feature

i, attracts'the greatest attention, MeCtellan: tiiea waa Informed Professor M rritt spoke lightly o ct Roasts a&4 Austria such lotion la In sending your orders,alwayi send enough to cover the cost of juri. HaH-* Uon jags, 1

.. A cariotu phase of the situation Is that tt was said by the opponents ol the accident and apparently carried cot contemplated by Great Britain aTl j jso | gallon I sell lsc,2-gallonjug,2jc more whiskey and tact better;-,sign whiskey jug,thai etc;any laFloridabeCenaeIgive '

ttt> severe criticism regar&esa of party : Tammany Hail!, that It he wore noml- very to? mark of his fall but his .far aa kfioirn by any one power: eat goods and lull measure.Atrialorderwiltconvince. lI'oodJae

HUM bestowed on Mr. B&lfoWs anted L
t."'tko in publishing hta views and UU reply was"If that were I that the result was no worse than i: tall!:exchanging communications with Yonra.enioualoplae'J F. EDWARDS.

suing them In pamphlet form. The so I would tot be the nominee : w as. the view of determining on tome

of sible means of restoring order in .. ,
: 'pfttoltr't keen sense chivalry and '- -
HAY-HE:SON CANAL TREATY. ropean Turkey but so far they Dce'h
iDIOt U far too deeply appreciatedty GCRGIA:: POSTAL CHANGES. '
V VMV derised no plan bat would not be
all parties to ever permit the eugJOSEFS -
It Is Dcniw] that Beauprce's Note Offices Established! Rural Routes, Of- ly to Increase rather than to More Than aMILLION

: Caused Rejection. the gravity of the situation.
I! New York flees Discontinued, Etc.
Sept 21.-Members cf .

1 I congress who arrived here from Bogota .P ash! ?tca Sept 21.-The follow. MAKES IMPORTANT ARREST.
; flatly deny, gays a dispatch to The Its chaises have been ordered in the $ DOLLARS $

; Herald, that United Sta.tesl1nlstez g nice in Georgia: Chief
i Witness In Cockrill Case at
: Eeaupree's note caused the rejectioa! A new office has been established at
Cynthlana. Ky.
: of the Hay-Herran treaty. The minister's Lylea, Clinch:: county, with special service Lexington, Ky. Sept 21.-Slier of Florida Capital guar-

note they say, did not influence from Vv'lregrass, 31a miles west. Wcixlson McChord of Clark county wto
the senators John F. Patterson: of Lykea has been this
u allot whom were arrested Curtis Jett for the Marcum antees pure -
: vegetable
opposed to tho treaty except SenatorObaliia. commitsioned postmaster.Mall .
murder today arrested Charles Green,
passenger service has been discontinued the chief witness in the Cockrill case remedy to cure or

Rejection therefore, was a foregone at Blackville! Emanuel county tt Cynthlaoa, at the home of his fat h.
conclusion. There had however to be superseied by rural free delivery back.
: er-in-law, Wheeler Gentry, 5 miles from money .
been an Intention to permit the treaty r from Soperton. Lexinston.Grecn .

: measure to pass the first reading for Rural free delivery will commence is said to have seen Jett fire

the sake of conventional courtesy. Oct 1 at Alley! Montgomery county,, the fatal siot.' He has been fleeing

,j Minister Baaupre it Is and Qu.tman; Brooks county with additional
I, reported will from the officers ever Since the trial: Cures: .
'LT probably! ask for his passports as soon service at both points. i was called. He told his wife he was

as he Is officially: 'notified of the rejection Star service will be In effect Sept going to Canada to Keep from being Catarrhal affection of the

\ of the treaty and find that! 21 from Nankin to Qultman els! timesa assassinated by Jett' friends, but bewent : ua!!fil passages, bronchial

there are no hopes of its renewal. week. to !his father-in-law's genie in t u b e s, lungs kidneys,

The latest: advices from Bogota: say Henry L. Crooatle has been corn !!.e3.d.. When McChord called Gentry bladder antI stomach.

that the central go.eonment.has. no Intenticn mias.onej: postmaster at the fourth said Green was not thero. McChord Al&oNervous

T of sending further military re- class money order office at Wllllngham I Insisted on searching the premises

:, inforcenxwts to the isthmus, as underthe Mickey Culoepper' John H. Say er end Gentry admitted him. When Me.

present circumstances such action and Ellfc-a B. Allen have bean commissioned Chord drove up to the place Greens 4 1

would bo injudicious! and would precipitate I postmasters at the fourth- las ., was standing at the window with a revolver r3 + et

matters. I 'lIon-mon"f order offices at I.Tberty, but he did vet shoot. Green i

; CUAXEERLAI.T. 1 It Is considered In Bogota that the Pistol and Withers respectively.! was taken to Cynthiana today. lie is Indigestion

isthmus is sufficiently: guarded by the I considered the most important witness t
l"t1ou that he purposely adopted tie present garrison of 500 men. There' THREE MEN FOUND GUILTY. for the commonwealth In the pending Cousumption, or any di.l'a.t'i .
toubtful tlce. }Ir. Balfour's ..
rra are also three gunboats on the Pacific triii. of the mucuous ,
ort admission he is a "mere child I In ii O
side Three
ready: for any emergency. Besides jultted-Th06e: Convicted llflUhraUts. u--
lath aattere and his la l
k is held that
the presence of a lars* Pecommendsd to Mercy. INJURIES MAY PROVE FATAL
badness! &!ar8 now appears to have I
number of troops on the !Isttiaua would ,
put him ct the mercy of the publish- raise the mortality rate and would Greenville S. C.. Sept 21.-In general

m of tSe! piaphlet, who! are coining cause much cash outlay which soul sessions court Will Norton, Sol Judge Kin;, of New Orleans, Struck itj' ,

storey over tie vita isue; iz national be burdensome1 la view c-f GN'ortor Polnsett GosneIl, Rats Staton by Runaway Team
the strained -
&:lra. That Mr. Ealfour will; OWe financial situation: A;.:?r Gosnell and Morris Game: New Orleans, Sept. 21.-hidge Fred I As Tonic ,1 ,

bs! portion of the proceeds I to were tried! for the murder of XinGcsnell. King of the civil district court whl!< '

wc charily U generally assumed, butt which occurred in "dark cor crossing Canal street at the Intersection it
ner" tina of this of Bourbon was struck by a runaway i
It regretted that he did not tcea sec county April last the
s i"Ht'IU
toa! V'.ll; Norton. Sol Norton and Poi team and It Is believed fatalljInjured. banishes that J IROPICRIMRNUFACTURiNG t

lose such Intention in the!: pref- n
Frightened to Death at of I tired
Sight Blj feeling, wake the j
e: t let of the pamphlet. Automobile. sett Gosnell wore convicted with a His right leg and arm were Jacssonviul:, FtA? 1 I

The I recommendation to mercy. The t>L11 rg broken. He saved hs! 10-year-old so weak strong and happy 1 t:
Outlook which Is a warm s uD- New York. Sept. .-Patrick Cob! from n- a t
were a-aiultted. injury by pushing him out ol ..
of the -
looter Mr.Balfour'i .
premier declares
!ins, C5 years old, a driver in the em- -
Indiscretion "strikes rude Robert Gunnells, a white man charged canger. TOO team naa run amuck Sold and tiiiaranicwl by }'tufie' More '
a ploy ol the city, has been frightened! : Drua; .tuti-Jia
blow at ones reverence for the tradi- to death by the sudden glare of ana with criminally assaulting a 4yearold for tea squares through Canal street uojioly llrus More, C, I:. Taylor uud T. U'. Troxler.

toga of English public life when automobile that nearly ran into his! negro girl, will be tried today. His without striking an obstacle. ,
attorneys will enter plea of insanGuonells Judge King is a brother! of Mist
fable servant's position seems to be> team !in Jerome avenue, at One Hun- a Grace King, the well knOa.uttOl' -
ui4 for private gain no matter dreg and Seventh street Ity.

not .. I As Collins approached a sharp was brought to QreenvllU as. ffJl
Tie Outlook tom from S;>art.1.n burg jaiL C. I.GRACE.Successor
that the fact tEat in the avenue the big white au Work en Soldiers'
I sate was sent to the editors with bile with a brilliant headlight, swljo Hot Fight To Be Waged at Salisbury, Knoxvllle Tenn. Home Resumed. .
SepL 21.A
North Carolina. special
the payment, only allowing them loomed Colllne .
denly up. was Been to The Sentinel
Salisbury, N. C., Sept. 21.-The anti- from Johnson City to Central! lumber Co.
Va 1.000
4 words textually is "one of to drop the reins stare straight she aj says the brlckmasons who t
saloon people of Salisbury struck at
ee vorst feature in this deplorableub for a second and then topple from th4 < are waging the soldiers' home ';j j
returned Dealer
; !...." a hot campaign against the barrooms. to work
I ,i w gun. Whlfa! the election is six weeks oft, this morning and no further trouble Is Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried :
Th. Spectator yet Flooring Ceiling '
and other perlodic3.1sa.o The driver of the automobile swerv- expected. Contractor J G. i
the forces well line Unkefer and
expressed concern on the lat terthat ed his machine In time to avoid a coV are pretty np agreed to re-employ the men whom be Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. t '
and the contest is dally in
obl>> The Outlook estimates Ilslon. Hospital physicians who growing Manufacturer of
were discharged! and thereupon the strikers ]
Interest and bitterness.
the Mpecses of one hundred copiesa10ne summoned said! the old man's weakheart : Next wek will be the 'Ted, letter returned to work. It Is now believed Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and 3 1 -
would cover $17.000, of which killed him and that he was probably the home be Window Frames Mantels
cannot completed before Church Seats
Mr nod with the drys, for they will Pulpits School
Balfour ,
will receive a large share. dead before he struck the grou.nd.WORK spring. j
Tie pamphlet promises to reach a' their star speaker, the Rev. Sam P. |ITo Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables I am constantly
Jones, here. lIe flan long had his Work Against Mormonism. t [
tilt of a million copies. The copiesPl"Jltt'd eye receiving Lumber and can fill orders for quantities and
/ OF SOLONS upon Salisbury as a place, in his opin i Copenhagen Sept 21.-The Rev. H any 1 !
< have reached a premium many sizes. Mail orders attended
ties! i' ion of more than its share of wicked. Hausen for many: years president ol to promptly !
selling for 50
cents, double the
rice of the Issue. Several Measures of Importance per ness. the Danish Lutheran church In Amer. .;

8 wal of the : ed by He has often said! he would like tha ica, has arrived In Denmark to do missionary .> !'
conservative agents <
Ors lone so far threaten :, Montgomery, Ala., Sept 21Tlc opportunity of getting at the WOOD work against Mormonlsm. T'ha'
as to to -
44 house of representatives has paesod non here. Mr. Jones opens up tie Mormons have attracted large numbers 1111N1i1h11111 I I
The publishers make no Us-I ; r 'U"'IIIIII"m'IIIIII""m' "" + m 11-
of Danes to Utah and hare been
cut to party though the senate bill extending the terms of war on whisky in the big tabernacle as-- 1

,4 \ 'Jetl&Dda ate ordered organs and even actually! de- the two associate railroad commission- on Sunday afternoon. He will preach I especially active of recent years la 2 W. W, CLYATT, Mgr. CHAS V. MILLER .y

>&le4 the ers, W. T. Sanders and W. C. Tun- twice a day for a week or more. spreading their propaganda in Den r
money in advance. a. y
mark. A Mormon temple was dedicated
t Oortt&A&ioc&tfld! Press learns from an stall Debate two was years.cut off by the advocates here last: year. The Danish i iy
source that Mr. Balfour exMr. I Security Abstract | 11
)rots Chamberlain the of the! bill by moving the previous quea- church In America sent Rev. }Ir. Hau Company
f&h to re-enter lion Threatened to Blow Up Bank. sen to this country. to counteract the
t la event that an appeal to the Seattle, Wash. S.ept 21.Martin!a Mormon propaganda and a powerful -
A bill judiciary nit -
cr..ttfJ to rearrange tie -
returns Mr. Balfour to power Erlckson, who Is said -
to be ,
Insane branch of the Danish state church encouraged -
Beth cults making seventeen circuits, was ,
M*desire' however, that the e i ce- also passed.The bas entered the Scandinavian-American him to come and will cooperate EI When buying Real Estate why not know what you -12 i

sIs! ord pop. to aMroChambo I sst, house voted down the bill bank walked up to the window of thand e In his work. Mr. Hausen will I :-: are buying? Let us make you an abstract of :-::: \i t.
r sinews cashier and demanded
$300. statinthat month == title,
04 permit bookkeeping and selling remain several thereby saving you future trouble :=:::.:
ponunlty to Impress his .t unless his demands were j
compiled == and
tie buying of pools oa horse races. annoyance. =:
people. If
the governmnt is with he would blow up the ban Will Make Coal Cheaper. -
sensation created -
Quite a was r
+ad of If a weak, liberal ministry with nitre-glycerine. He exhibited Tenn. I'r
a I Knorvllle, Sept. 21.-Tjohn E'
htEaietd> the senate by a motion to
*. Blfoor In power only a short time, the adoption of the resolution giving small bottle which he claimed containetatuarT Newton, rice president and general E: Taxes Returrjed and Paid for tlon-l(esidegts. 2-
anticipates he ed'the explosive. He )
was about t( manager of the Virginia Iron Coal -
**, Chamberlain one of Alabama's places la I -
i will re-organlz* a make a demonstration when -
a depuj and Coke has
announcedthat :
>:q hall of fame to Dr. J. L. M. Curry- Tsheriff company "
According to an au entered and arrested him. Th his will ::
company adopt a policy Address
later ruled
carried Ito I
was U
: Z thoroughly cognizant with :fir'motion contents of the bottle proved to b s cheapen coal rather than to pushup I 1- '
because the house did
of order
I- ber1&n's 8ad plans, Mr. Balfour might: out not have the resolution. It rill brecalled. < tannFess.Professor. the prices. Mr. Newton says h. SECURITY' ABSTRACT COMPANY
7f Mr Chamberlain 1
nnw tiling Kill his influence fix
.. the use to theprlC'e sef I '
e-f motion
Wa Tt purpose Commits Suicide.
; Um.been coal at as low figures as sound Ocala, Florida. 3
an Mr. Chamberlain's pur- is not known. Columbus, 0.. Sept 21.-Profeeeoj business principles will TElacompany's f
--,'slid The senate adopted the anmDe red Fred C. Ctarkq of tie Ohio UUUUHU1UUJ1HUJ1.1UHU
: the person Quoted "to form State university l mines :
are largely 1n the IIIJIIIIIIIIIlIJIIIIlll11111111111U
01rty of his own and he m... tau ballot in the election bUl, but ha not committed suicide this thorn southwestern Virginia section with a t

:tatl&e oi tae present opportunity as ret passed the Dill.repo ins by c&ootlng. It U rnpposed' thi' few in upper east Tennessee. !

Y yy out his intntion. His I -- the cause ww uatortimat>e-Investment* ,

u the only public man in F igRegarded With Satsifactlon. ta mining compaoka. Professoi Earthquake In Cuba

f*:*** nth a perfect policy coupled with London. Sept 21.-A Reuter dispatchT' : Clarke leaves a widow and two email Santiago Cuba, Sept. 21.-Tie most WHITE'S CREAM

itrenjth of will\ and ability from St Petersburg says Mr. Chamber.Ja. children. He was a graduate of th 1 violent earthquake since 1885 Deco WORMS .

:?*". >him to achieve hJa amb! 1( Iain's resignation U regarded by the University of Michigan, end was an a* shook for 15 seconds, but there ware VERMIFUCEI'v. t

tf ka ass! Of the success 'at the elections' Russian press and public with satisfao-[ eletaot professor in Leland Stanford no undalatlons. Many people rushed ..... !suet a Qaaaritj...-_Heat la Quality. ,, 1

tdvancei program of prefeceatarlffi I'tlon. as it is considered that with Mr. Balvenlty for two year He, wai: I Into the streets and cried and Pray For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies.Y

'' he would form his own cab chamberlain disappears one of the at the head of the department of economies I dd. Bricks and plastering | ;(
-' 11:4 j dropped BOLA DT .XjXa :DR UGGB' .
probably displace Mr. Bat political factors for and sociology at the OUo State :
{ : most dangerous
few .
'- all directions and a walla' fell e br "- JAMS tos'
k.-- P wmler"I Europe's peace. university. j jl' Nohn"v. bowevc. -1 Injured ------.r.--.._........ ".:t, St..__Lwiw,. a




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[The fcBowinK'pocQ was written i it's For You }HEA3T: OF BRIDE IS To Cure a Cold in One Day la Two Dytr... r t

1 cme-whal ofiSund! / .by the Late Joha J. Ingot. PIERCED BY BULLET "
tc tune a Soutoc Iron E.aba5; Laxative Bromo
Tale Quinine T bIets. AJ')/ on every
Vtiter human destinies am I.
i Fame Lore tad Fortnae on ny !oot3 ?* wait: N Seven MIEioa boxes sold m post 12 months. This Signature, (9.c / ?/L bon. 3k.
Citiei and fields I wak. I penetrate 1l Sensational Family Tragedy;

Desseru and seas remote.and pisses by -
Morel and man to1 palace,soda or late at Nashville, Tenn.
I knock unbidden once at at every fn; I
2falecpiagwake. iffeasagi c.bcfre' WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDE.VM1S4 I

I torn _war;it U tie hour of fate I j The Formula tells the story :
dad those who follow me reach every slate I
I Loiilia(/ Cur: nigham! Lagged In Jail
),[stain desire. and conquer eTcry be J '
bare Death while those who docbt or hesitate j For the Murder of the Wife of JohnF.
Grove'sNot Chronic Chill Cure
and :
Seek me ia vain n&elctaly Wilson-She Says Provider D.
I uuwer not.tad I return n j next

._-- reeled theN Dee', I a patent medkine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste made of

t American Grape Acid S3ciati3K.. The Great Healtlj Drin hviLe.. Ter .. Sept 21--Tie w'!: Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK t

r The American Grape Add Arsociation of Joel E. Wilson we o ttA and kili- Fluid, Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK f

e ed this =or.1:g at her home in EutNafhvne. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA r
eternities with f
i has deXeiud Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5c and Miss Loulia Canting

; Daniel Me>er, & 1., banker, stn:; taa. la Ir ;'11 charged! th tie:: murder It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.S

; METTO Syrup i> put for
Fmucisco" for pyutnt of tWt'dyj up
j mixing with ice water in the TLe semen were Ihi:. ia the house TSe Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, SOc
tie thousand dollars to auy hrrrou
ummer time and with hot and co di2trtii had arisen bfetwees

who devices a proctH or formula for water in tbe winter time. than Sereral years ago WUsoa man --- -

the utilization of California grapts especially: adapted to familyuse Died the sister of Miss Cu; ingta,,

I\ containing over 20 pr cent of saecbariDf either aa a beverage or a who wet to live with then and core +t tE
to make: ter hose with her
worth J10 ton to produce table drink, taking the placeof T
pr W :t-1aw fate tie death ct Lei
I tea, coffee, etc. HILL RYE.
transforming sister.Pl3on
Ururic acid, (perhaps by 1 (

the sugar in the grape into acid) \ married Miss Alice Carey
J Prices for syrup:l-2 pint, .5c. of Louisville last Sunday morning,
*t a price which would permit expor- 1 5c.2
quart, gallon' 51.35
t :aid hroogtt his bride at once to Nash- THAT GOOD WHISKEY.
t! tAtiou without lOfri. The decision in 1 gallon, $.5O. viva. There was no objection! to them .

awarding the amount to rest with riirectionsTwo! table>:poonfuIa 1lage on the pan of Miss Cua-

of five of who bare used to a glass of water. ngham, and all went well until this I i tillers 0.ra ,
three out a jury Costs less than 2c. a glass. morning, when without warning ehaaatcled H. ROESNTHAL & SONS : Cincinnati, .
LecQ appointed to determine tbe matter
a pistol thai
was lying oath
whose. terdict would te final tbe TROPICAL 'i NUFmURING GO mantel and Lied four times la ra> I ':4-- STRAUSS & CO., Distributors Ocala fla' F
Ki 'luoce =lon. Ow bu pierced: \114ha.rt f
offer to closs December first, l&OJ.AJJreba Jacksonville, Florida.
of Mrs. Wllsoa: and another wealthrough i

all communications to the Sold by Fostoffice DrueStooe, Anti her haai .

Amtrican Urape Acid Association, Mooopoly Drug ::store C. E. Taylorand No cause fa faywa for the deed, ,

313 Front btrtet, San Francisco, Cate T. W. Troslcr.ACTOR other than the statement made< by the (3rtes1stDttat.T : I ==--c--- _' =-- =-=_-::- -.-.=- i
murderer, who eayg that providence; ci-

rectoo her to cozsit: tie crime. .... - - - ....... !
For the Improvement Of Flordia's WINS HEIRESS.r.agemert I
BIGGS. ( ollf) fl
: of Fredet'tcic Bowers and
p r.
I Estimates nave teen submitted to
International (O: ce IB Giry-Agnew Boct.OCAtA \ "
Miss Crtarkttc Martha Aeeoclatbn Bridge and I OtTOJfR
Admiral Endicott, chief of the bueuu FIX3RIDA. 'I'I la SOJ !
Clfveaoo.! 0.. Sal*, il.- eae7t engage Structural Iron Workers. i
of yards and docks, fur tbe improvements -
: is at2< r.-eed: c! Freierci V. Kansas city, Sept 2L-IL F. Doa U D. Fcr.I.ER.- I j

and expenditure: at various I.'.- ers. tctcr ard; vr.ter of popalarsucs : te i3y, cf Albany. X. Y., a number cl DENTIST. All [

navy yards, for the fiscal year ending : =, to liis Charlotte Marshall, oi 1 the executive board of laterLatlca! I : 10U11Cell1ell t : ;
Over Manroett
Chambh-s Bank Ocala Fla. ;
July SO, 1905. The miniates are as ::-oM3e. Ala. heiress to J200/WO. At3od4ti0s of Bridge and Structural ii i :; The following departments are 'pen for entrance !

Two years ago Bowers wife eloped Iroa Workers, ta arrived to ttrad the M. TJIOMP O .
followa: .... J i a:'.:::.c ::::'_'; a:':.. A.4 e-" .. i
-en Ci'icaso( with George M. Pu!a- ca::, :Cal: l ooSg on i1. TL t w -----J, ..:"-.sI.s': S'ssi j

PtD>><.'ola, Fla., total $2,545,515, =:' the cilllcnaire. ,WH'f sued New York delegation will arrlTB today PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. !!! "';t !:flts Ss! ::: :::.::: cf rm!::, t t.I

which Secludes central power house J:.-- for t1OaO. bat tIle action wai or tosorrow. On e o? Its o :a- O5se over Tea-pot OCALA Grocery.FL.EDWIN Opp.\. Muntezoica. I;.I 1 r.wri S:-::l :: :ie As, r. s :::::1 c:!: i:!: ::'.a. A-.J. i '

for department of yards and dock, cropped after Pullman's: deatli.Mi bars frd be S3nnell. Parka, the New I ,: -- :-- --.:.: ,'
=s Marshall la beautiftL a 4 E! York agent who was roestly sets SPKNVtR. :
for tame, $115.UK I ;; The trustees announce as president of the co'ltg to succeed Re M '
$145,500 machinery drift Ward
; not of and tsaoed
12 yet age ler guarxilaai to the p,ait-estiary! for alleged: .
ATTORNEYATLA W.OC.LA. D. D.rts-gned, Rev.William Freemen E'.actman.: Fh D.. anther of TIle f '
and office for the ZOTCS EOihiag of the engagement. St4iezrd : > of 3IIakt8c "' t
); shop building elisg his official powers. -&y' FLORIDA : Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology in Tate University frcm I$93 to 1901, with a fccahy 1 i
eame.JlOO.Oconcrete; and granite Bowers sing in New Ycrt, ardcl. Speakbs of the Parks cane, Mr. Don 7 ''I i of twenty professors and instructors. All laqnaies may be addresMd tk peewd. .. i iF. sji i
in lore with hica.Lowers ,
nelly raid: Parks Is
a good man H. CH SF. 1 :
dock iltoo.rjwarr/ and vt-w-ils _
dry J ,
; E
has written "Becauw I Lou and
a strong worker. Our union would
under repair, $185,000; quay wall, I'D*." ""h: n the Heart EP..a.'ta be far better o3 If we had more men DEXTIST. ji
IOOo, )+r). etc like him. There are many business : rLj
Jliss :Marshall Is sr : :t'::ate trle:.d agent ia New York. who are rec iv- L. 3l3TKU>K,

Hon. C. M. Brown and the Times :f the fmi'y ass h:3: rlsltedi3a leg mosey for their influence. The em' 1 CARLOS

Union. : Kutt! Hatt. .... .:.!., ployers are to blame for t:Is. li ATiORNB'f-AT.LAW.
e. Parte did receive coney te: alwajj Room 4. Masonic E8tding, Ocala. Fla. J 25 I -

t Every public measure in the inter --- looked ailer the Interests 6f the uaioa

est of the industrial progress" anddevelopment I l'r' are frcm SunstrcV:: Ke; CuicltJes.JVTT jtrt'.J... '. j t I For June Application c
York Sept. 21.-F!' of the stale of Florida .. ... ; .. x 1.. On
sraJ 23 yss-'S, ;:is- :':>.-':.! rom bUi Urw'cn Men Arrested. i Bearing UsePERUVIAN

and by reason of its advocacy by the \.e !5n Hillsdale! two a eks ago, Victor, Ooto.. Sept. 21.-At rtd' ,

progressive newspapers of the state -.i: temr-orarlly! :Effuse from the ef night last night 200 solders visited ; i

:': u? of a susstro&e. He has jut the meeting of tte Free Coinage Vtion F i RAU j
feet ha U t.
baa become an accomplished I
-'a found deal in the woods by tucttrs. at Altaian and arrested seven of the 4'i IA AN lET MANURE
bad tbe endorsement and support of ( Knox had climbed! a tall trees mast prominent! : ton men in the district v I

the Times Union. And yet C. M. ire-j himself: there and then COIn : The prisoners are W. p Davis $ 20 I

Brown, in a St of pique, wivine the ::::te!: suicide by shooting. M. A., Shidler T. C. Foster. Victor &s t.J$4@ -- ( A High Natural Gu&no: FcrmulaEniii] Fit.t. fnni All
Pool P. H. Mullaney, E. S. Johnsonand l
people in a stump speech to find out .
Charles R. Breckman. A guarl Forms of Sulphuric Acid. I t 'b
Durrb for Years; Now Speaks.
what that ue ;*paper advocateu, andS was thrown around the meeting plat
ew0:1:. Sept 2L-A remarkabl :
without any fourther iuv Uglition ease in which a woman hteen made and the officers announced that ererj d.1 I end for our new ho k5-
man before he would be allowed I
of its merits, to oppose; it. And Mr. to speak after inability to titter a wore to

Brown considers that he is a proper for three years, 13 that of Miss Emma : depart woull. No have specific to submit charge to an:examination. 12 Qts.Q9 "Ideal Fertilizers" and Florida Oranges"WILSOn

Lewis says a dispatch from Utica
tenon to represent the citizen! of been placed against the prisoners. All
N. Y. She Is ;50 years old and lost
Florida ia the gubernatorial otlice.- use of th evocal chords through! pa three members of the executive committee j7e / & TOOfAEI I
tit.: Augustine' Record. ralrsla. A local physician has rester :: in charge of the strike, Ken Jr I ? FERTILIZER COMPNY ,
raison, Parker and Davis
are now confined
ed their use by electrical applications; rDRL '
ia the military guard house. JAC KSOXYlLI.i:. lOHIDA. i
Dougherty Goes Ahead. of varying power to the throat 5hshas l
: now regained her full :
powers c
And now comes the Hon. Charles: s.peeh.- I I Proposed Mexican Reforms. P OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS. f

New York. Sent. !t.rln". .
Dougherty, another eaudMate for -- PREPAIDI
Creel, chairman of the Mexican coon j -- -. -- ___ -'C.-====.:...-- _-;. l
congress from the second congreiun mission will start today fa- I !
DANGER COMING llexij j I JtmS.1LGRtHt1tYrridrn'. I
c1w.. Y rcPM
al 1 district and through his attorney co. Minister of Finance Lf:anicur. :

deists and twjs thai at the Beliuout, tlgns that Point who has been abroad for some mo.::! j i GHA Vi P w. RLi. t CGfrPA' Y ;\!
to Brlght'a DU t
will return about
Nov. 1 and tnports T?
Uamihou county, meeting he did ease or other Fatal Forms will be submitted: to the govern. j The First National Bank

then there give the corporations the .of Kidney Trouble. meat regarding the proposed reforms j I ;i7 all,- TIIJV.. l'.i.y :a-i.

devil and rub it in s? -cracker rub in the Mexican system Mr. CreeJ.exrrestes OF GAINESVILLE.The .
There are thousands of persons who art the f
hope that the
bias ill to his bacon.: unconsciously! In cf the fate that report* i : .
danger will b "
eadopted and tre new shem : Y(.;"r"I? Ie, r
It is therefore ordeied,!H judged and has lately befallen so many of our moat b- put into operation a't once hy thi j Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Count,. '

decreed tbit the lion Shades Dough prominent mea and women who have died :Mexican congress.! i. ', --- --- -

erty aforesaid, lie a\\8rIHI the custodyof from kidney trouble. These diseases art -' ,N, eaf'T .:l 1'1 t<.i I . . . . . .r. . . . ,. .I 1 ,.'
alarmingly on the increase, and they come Died In Far Philippines. TF.zV MJPIU> l.iidividt-d Prl'fats, . ,
thj said congressional trust" as it is [ . . . ,1 t
on EO insidiously that few realize their Columbus Ga., Sept. 21.-The boy ( I '.,..,. t'xdl'I\'t'! a Ubuait, l.U.lut,..., with fadhhr..
clearly proven th u he 1 14 the monumental condition till! lifo la of Charles! : dual tOH.1 \ It. 11'1f
in C.
actually danger.: of Columbus: haj: ; V ; r ;w;.. ..!Io'It !11.t" 1".tlU' ..t fllnlt'rh'rd, 'tlt'. t', q Ir, ."'1'.
humhu; of the whose: : sb.oting In the early stages of kidney dIsease arrived from :Manila, and the funer1 1' ; 1.'r. IGtereaL", ;all'I\\t": bt ..p..ill. "rrAJ'"UI"I". .\ it' ..1" r'

match.-Jacksonvill Ftori.iuu. there may be headache, backache, unnatural 3.1 occurs from the residence: of his I| tr.n.-.II.ctl1I'VU'I'Ih'.
appetite, bad taste la the mouth, brother today. Mr. Keene was a clerk tI-l': H. E. TAM t k: I. .> "r I

dry or furred tongue, thirst, dry skin or in the luarternaster's department iath "
Feet Swollen to Immense Size. .. 'Philippines.: He ""'! ,
diei -
itrong perspiration,sediment In the urine, on May IT
"I had kidney trouble so bad that unnatural His remains! were sent home by the plamH by farmer
or feelings in various parts of &J..1 lurm-wr wU la*
I could not work, Bays J. J. Cox of the body. Don't expect all these signs! government, and arrived in -a state oj j! htuppleslwrmumuna.lIpay.. u> pay a little. ni> g@3Q. QGSGeG .e OCOO C'S
Valley View, Ky., "my feet were to show themselves. As soon as you perfect preservationMr.: : Keene wa J.nla.r fur .ftTy'at and U.e arreq. Ail

swollen to immense size and I was notice any of them, commence at once a member of one of the Georgia: regiments oioal-*44 r true etoanappLeancaD. t.rtd saaa.tpuM S
during the Spanish-Attfcricaa M. FERRY& GO., READ I
confined! to bed and phvs-ieiaus
, my the use of FOLEYS KIDSET Cn:&. war Detroit Mich.
and was well known
over th '
were uuai-le to give me auy relief.My THOMAS MAPLE, Blrbeck, 111. writes: Elate. |

: doctor finally prescribed Foley's sI had a very bad case of kidney trouble I 1

Kidney Cure which made, well man and my back pained me so I could not LovingAwarded.. j -- -- 1 The Florida Times-Union I

of me." Pootoffice Drugstore. m straighten up. The doctor's treatment Ogd-n. Utah Sept 21.-The lorlw i I IT.: MUXPHY I

did me no good. I saw FOLET'S KIDNEY i cup offered by H. A. Havemeyer.J ;. F r
: I Io
Wants Information.To Crap advertised and took one bottle New York, for the best display of *>, I' REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.

the Hon. R.A.Burford. which cured me and I have cot been gar beeti beore the Irrigation cc& DAILY AND SCNDAY

Will be kind to tell affected since. I gladly recommend this gross, was awarded to A. of One :Month postage tail 5
you >o as Rhodes \ Tiltff '-Iooths. pwjgxpaitl i f

through the Oeala Banner about investing remedy." Garland Utah. The incision was rot I. "ccQine and (rc'lor s. Six Olh\'e.t.:Months pc-sage jxteiajepiia. pa.-.. ..... u... 11"t I t
It is a simple thing to make your kid reached until early this morning, the !
in United States bond I am ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY ECiTION.: $150
neys right when they are not badly affected committee having worked all day and !i V' SertnAVeekly! Fditinn......_ '
vx Moutk
Bn Hul Itrnim ( :1..1. $
informed that fortune is invested night in an endeavor <: Iron, : "
your ; but It Is not so easy after destruction to reach a conclusion C emi- < in United States bluely If 1-0 has set In. FOLEY'S KIDSET CCEB will aj to the merits of different: i"g': hteluur anti I'illU'fit

what kind Tell all that you can, cure every form of kidney and bladder ihibits.! !f I, holo: Jiur lwullcl, Huil.I communications and remittance*should be ddrel t' I II
lU'iiair" i.
trouble if taken early and it will! give relief FLORIDA
and your thoughts as to the text way Murderer Escapes from Jail. TmEMBIH, JICKSCKYILIE FLORIOJ.
even in the most hopeless cases. It 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville ,
of inve>tiag. By do rag *o you will l London K7. Sept IL-Will
an honest preparation and will! do all .
rcCn.I' -- --
turn who was confined in the I
perhaps oblige many beside that If claimed foi U.
cheater Jail and .held without ball forth 1 't:1I1Ize.Sireti..e
IGXOKAMX'S. PO'iloffic.. I Hi Dome *| ecroK I SUBSCRIBE i.1.1e..I..I..I.
Drug tore.FOLEY51I murder of Ed Baker, made his escape I I Study Qi ettereJ,>ciii tad .B.I .
tan matt yxi
F last night by cutting through the nneora With the Tablet Home Study Lc wu you need Got
o m ltrIANDTARfwcl&UdN' Y m fAR ..
li Coor. Bert Stewart a fellow pri* leai cim.Oucctrr.Cruuur eaemylgmeattolea RhetoricbookketIflj.AUhmqAl Literature. HP.,1u. -.

''!- r1I..pIGta. -. Cures Colds: Prevents Paeumoiua over, also escaped with.-him. .. _.J cI .Lor.cowlantra.&Lrar.L1.a11tXr..w........TadocnddN j**s examinnoft*.a *4S.. ... ..! o'I I

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Application lor Tax Deed Under Section 8 of !

POLICE AT RORTHHELD VT Arkansas cotton men deny the stats THE UNDERSIGNED. INTENDING AND Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Florida. f
IS '
ments of Government Ci mlst McLai. proposing to organize a corporation under nd. ;
purchaser of tax certificate No*.
the general laws of the State of Honda and all
who in an interview at Knoxviilc'eclared acts amendatory of the same, hereby make and 6. 63. 1030. dated the ist day ol July. A. D.
1901 and certificate u6, ,date nh day of"
Startling Discovery Is.Hade: Mother aid Child Clubbedby that the Mexican boU weevil publish FIRST:the The following name articles of the of association corporation: is 1899 has filed said certificate in my cftce.JJLD.and (,

had destroyed the cotton crop to T- MAkTEL:: LUMBER COMPANY and its principal has made application for tax deed to Ksnein .

In City of Chicago.IES Unknown Party. as and Arkansas and that In a te'vt Florida place of business Martel Manon County. the accordance following with drscnbcd law. Said property certificate situated embrace in

years no cotton will be raised vest cl f SECOND: The general nature of the businessto Marion county. Flonda. town: t,
L FOUND IN VACANT LCT.. FOUND BY HER: NEIGHBORS. the be transacted is as follow: The companywill Northwest quarter of northeast quarter or
'ODI Mississippi. buy and otherwise acquire lands. timber, north half of lot 2, section 3 township 14. range t
timber rights and other personal property; will Jj. Sonthwet Tio: of quarter ;
casa Richard '!deLi d- V
Woman Revived Sufficiently Before build trains, and pn>ale routs and roid-ttays section 34 and northwest quarter of northwest
that of Well-Dressed Man eged gambling! house keeper of New and other means of transportation; will manu quarter section 36 all in township 13. lange Z5- V
[One Was a Death to State that an Unknown Man York. facture timber, lumber aud wood products. and and northeast quarter of northeast quarter or
came up the supreme court in general will carry en a .umber manufacturing north half of lot I, section 3, townspbip 14
the Ctner of a Woman-Man Still Inflicted! the injuries In an Attemptat of that state. The prosecution! wu bii-mcss. and such other business as is not I range 25. ,
inconsistent therewith. The said land being assessed at the date of the
Cluthed$ Revolver In His H.mpo. Outrage. not ready and plea was ulthdi&wrx and THIRD The amount of capital stock will be issuance of such certificate in the name of Lucy i-

the defendant demurresi to iadletmeot ROLLS FROM Only the best twenty-five thousand dollar consulting of two Wilcox.Frank McDonald and parties unknown
lie* Unable to Identify Them. hundred and fifty shares 01 stock ot the par Unless said certificate shall be redeemed "
Northfield Vt.., &}?t 24.- t'igh.hors The body of Orlando Dexter, the OUB OVEN material go's value ot one hundred dollars each, and the cap accenting to law. tax deed will issue thereon ;
S :24.! The bodies who into the oven and ital stock uill be paid in by conveyances to the on the 6th day of October, A. I). 1903
C&caso. ():>t. of wen: to the house cf ilra. Stephen Now York millionaire, who v& murdered Witness offici
only the corporation of mills machinery. mules, carts my -signature and seal this the
I .ell dressed woman about :20: years Trombler at South Xorthfield early at his summer UOIM ta t4: A3- lands and timber and timber rights, situated in z8th day of Aug A. D. 1003.
Marion County Florida, valued by the a T. SISTRl" K. -t
e1a1 and a man about 30 years of ago today: found the woman and her young Irondacks was brought to New York. BEST BREAD torsatj jooo'oo.FOURTH corpra- 9 4 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. ,t

were found in a vacant lot in a fash- child lyicg apparently cead on the It Is thought poachers killed USL: rolls out It is delightfully crisp and period .,fifty: The years.corporation shall exist for a

:Joable: residence! portion>> of the south- blood-stained floor. W. P. Pricey of Green county Oklahoma wholesome. A few felicfs buttered ia a FIITHThe officers who will conduct the NOTICEIn V
BesIde tiam business ot the corporation will be a President, i
were a club with which!
tie: early today. killed a neighbor's boy mortally meal in iUelf and almost aa nutritious Vice-President a General Manager. Secretaryand the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit :

A revolver clutched In the dead they were beaten. wounded the boy's brotit.r and as meat. a Treasurer. officers will be electedat of the State of Florida. in and for
J The revived ( Orders for Bread the regular annual meeting ot the Stockholders :
&D'I bond, a bullet wnich had passed W02UD sufficiently to then wounded his own ion. etc., can be more of the C piny to be held at Martel, Marion County In Chancery. ,;
relate that & strange man whom she 1 satisfactorily filled by Florida the second December I, Revana
tie woman's lung and two on Wednesday In Ghe Plaintifi. vs. Solomon Che de Vfendani.
The Smith
through Fort and Westmi railroad
had tisccverej in her had inflicted in each year after this date. and the names .
: bullet wounds in the mac's neck leadthe room. was completed and Eervto began of the officers who are to conduct the compa- V.
? he: Injuries: in an attempt to ny's business: until those elected at the brat IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT i
police to believe it a case of raur- yesterday from Ft SmitJi to Guth. BEOS'BAKERYJerry e'ection shall qualify are: I herein named. Solomon Ghe. be and be u

4er *a Id l suicide. outrage hInd then she lapsed into rle. Oklahoma, 217 mUcs. W. B.Johnson. pi esiJent. hereby required to appear to the bill of com ;;
Wleonsci- =. Daniel Clark, vice-president and general plaint in said cause ot or before t

The names "Laurie and Sherman"co She is expwtei to die. ?. 19OJ.

co woman's clothing and the inItiiU smasher has wrXUe aid Walter Ray treasurer.E It is further ordered that a copy of this order
It Is suspected! that the child arousedby & play Burnett P Tbagard.secretaiy. be
once week for
a five
"D. 0. R. oa the man's linen, SIXTH: The highest amount of indebtednessor consecutive m
the JfE-tartaice! beaten will take &e leading rol. oo weeks in the Ocala Banner. j

I v. the only! identification marks up- till its cl1t's.RENEW was to can liability subject to itself which fifty the thousand company dollars at any (time$50- This the 13th day of August,A. 0.1903. Mi

f JA lie bodies. WHITE MEN SENTENCED. Merchant : 000.00)). S T. SISTRl"' K. ;
;1 i bFVENTHt: The names and residences, and S ZI Clerk Circuit Court.
I number of shares to be taken bv. each of the Bv H. C. Slbiao-K, D. C.Plaintiffs .
OLD-TIME TELEGRAPHERS. FUNDING OPERATIONS. Guilty of Criminally Assaulting Negro subscribers are as follows Eow1Sr55 ,
-_. Girl. W Johnson Valdosta Ga, 50 shares. Attorney. fo
Tailoring. Daniel A. Clark. Martel, Fla.. 50 shares.
!Shaw ----
Twenty-Third Annual Reunion at f.- Secretary cf Treasury Depart Elberton, Ga., Sept 22.-In ElbeiH ; Walter Ray. Leroy Florida 50 shares. NOTICE %"
ment. Authorizes Statsrr.tnt. Witness the hand and seal of the corporators
I superior court Judge E. J. Reagan ol
waukcc, WiSelUnukoo. Washing: S I t. N --'SCL rotary Ocala Florida. the 26th day ot August.1903. J.
the Flynch circuit. presiding a Jurj W B. JOHNsON. SEAL) Notice of Application for Tax Deed 1
1 "15. Shaw authi.rapfi the Eta.. .::en: that: DANIEL A.CLARK. (SEAL) Under Sec
24. Th.Twer.t1t11rJ
) Sept has verdict Dock Finest
brought in a finding Imported and WAI.TERR.1Y. (SEAL). Juon 8.of Chapter 4 S. Laws of Florida.X'OTICE f
annual reunion of Old. owing to tt scarcity of per cent Maxwell and Jesse Hall both white Domestic Cloths. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. H. t

gltt Telegraphers and Historical agsoatloa ( bonds both for circulation and as se men, guilty of criminally assaulting 8 State of Florida, ) 1> Scarborough, purchaser of Tax Certificate i
No. 3923. dated the sth day ef
Marion County j August.
and society of the Unitod States curity for government deposits he will negro girl with a recommendation tc TN PERSON CAME BEFORE ME, THE UNJL A. I). IQOI. has filed said certificate In my I

aflttiry telegraph ccrps was held here renew funding operations to the extent mercy. Cutting a SpecialtyFits dersigced authority. W. B Johnson Danie office to issue, and in has accordance made application with for Said tax deed
law. certificate
of $2).&N.(IiO in accordance with Guaranteed. A. Clark and Walter kayo each of whom is well V >
today The convention was calledto Judge Reagan sentenced both met known to me to be the same person whose embraces the following described property

order by President Pry, in the assembly the previous! circular.Of to ten years: In the penitentiary. name is subscribed to the foregoing articles of situated Fourteen in Marion chains east county.and Honda west by to-wit chain.: :
association, and acknowledged that he executed : -
room of the Mo-chants' and the total issue of Btt.OOO.dX ot They we'e charged with the offens signed !and sealed the said proposed charterfor north and south in southeast corner ot northwest i

Manufacturers' association the flmcremony 2 per cent, the treasurer already of rape, but under the charge of the McIVER and MACKA ) ,the uses and purposes therein expressed.; Township quarter 14, Range of northwest 22. quarter Section 27 1!
Given under hand and seal of office this
being the decoration of the holds for circulation: and deposits court the Jury returned a verdict ol 26th day of.o\ugust-\my 1903. The said land being assessed at the date of I
I the issuance of such certificate in the name of !
ti\"cut>! lth the Morse medallion by 4SO.COO.OOOw Socretary Shaw also authorizes assault with intent to rape but recommended .. .... E. P. THAGARD. Mrs. Amelia C. Scarborough. t
the k .. .. ., A.iI'. ....... Notary Public State at Large.
statement that he wili Unless said certificates shall be redeemed ac
Cbtonel William! Deader Wilson. Then th* defendants to .
mercy.It w = :c \:. ..;;#. cording to law. tax deed will issue thereon oa
I : followed the address of welcome by the 5 per cent bonds mature U probable the case will be appealed i'1: { : ) ." the 3ist day ot October. A. D 1903. J

I Articg: Mayor Corcoran. The regular ing Feb. 1, 1924. bearing interest to as the young men and. theii :- .. NOTICE. 21St Witness day of my September official signature, A. D. 1903.and seal this the t t

I kofciMM ot the convention followed. A maturity. The instructions to the friends claim that they are innocent ol FUNERALDIRECTORS. Notice hereby given that on the j
tttolutioa providing for an amecd- several suD-t.."SUries authorizing themto the crime. of September 1903. the undersigned will apply 9 25 p Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. jt
I to the Governor oCt State 01 Florida for let
I LL to the by-laws to provide for the redeem oa presentation will be is- ters patent upon the foregoing proposed char --

sued today. Prince Henry Takes Command. ter. NOTICE! I 1
,:Itction two rice presidents instead W. B. JOH SOX.DXIELA .
r *f oo. was adopted. A resolution The banka that cave: bonds on file Berlin Sept 22.-'Prince Henry ol CLARK, .i

with the treasurer for 30 days or more Prussia today took: over the commandof -1- S 2S WALTER RAY- V
of tii&k waj voted the state of 'Penn. In the Circuit Court M the Fifth Judicial Circuit

5 per cent bonds as security for public the Bait's naval station. Telegraphing in and for Marion County Flonda.
irtvtnla! for a medal which was con.
Hare ainlitioct or COIlUOlUetP, tnd Bn>l*
irrod oo Colonel William Bender WilOB deposits will be permitted to substitute to the Grand Duke of Hesse, olu 0 every deseriptloc. 5fe<:-&l attcutur: NOTICE. In Chancery.

I IB rcognltion of his important approved state and municipal congratulating him on the launching bUrllht'nllU Benjamin Lewis O' ea1. Complainant v.. J

nIce bonds therefore. whlch will be accepted of the battleship Hesse. Emperor Wil Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Hattie J. O'Neal Defendant. t
aa a telegrapher during the Embalming to Order.
at 7 per cent or their value. liam said: "In future the German S. Chapter 4SSS Laws of Florida. 1THS ORDERED THAT THE DEPENDENT
rt4! and invasion Into the state during A herein named. Hattie J. O'Neal. be and she ,
Notice is that Francis M. 'Williams -
will be of armored hereby
navy composed V fl.-en is hereby required to appear to the bill of coo-
tit years 1862. 1563 and 1S64. Resohtkms NOTICE. purchaser 0 Certificates Nos. 1404
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE. of all the of Ger. plaint in said cause on or before Monday the 2nd "
representatives races dated the 1St day of July. A. D. 1899; n.H, 3232,
aleo day of November. D. 3
mere adopted thanking many christened by hereditary princes 2234, dated April 3rd. A. D. 1593. and 2232 2237. It is further ordered that 1903 a of this order f
til Chicago. Milwaukee, and St. PaulD4 2273, ol Apnl 5th. A. D. if>92 3000, 3001 3002,
NoticeofApplication for Tax Deed under be week for four consecutive
Wealthy St. Louis Man Tries to End with of Section published once a
ttt Chicago and Northwestern and filled the spirit patriot 8of Chapter 4&S, taws ot Florida. 3013, 3014,dated 7th day of August, A. D. 1899 weeks in the Ocala Banner. .
His Ufe. ism will live of God and :2603,2611. 2619 2621, :2648 dated the 1st day This the 22nd A. D. ;
riUviy companies for courtesies they by grace \OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT R. A. oi July A. D. i9oi. has filed said certificates in day September. 1403.
exttdd. Buffalo, N. Y.. Sept 24.-Reed be the pride treasure and safeguard J> Buttord. purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos. my office and has made application for tax 9 zs s. T.SI T51C X.. l
ne election of officers itHecry Z743. J795 and 2505 dated the 1st day of July A. deed to issue in accordance with law. Said certificates Clerk Circuit Court. {
St. Louis .
hi.4 Northrup a wealthy man, of the emperor and the empire. I). 1901, has filed said certiicate in my office embrace the following described prop- RAYMOND B. BCLLOCK,

connected with one of the freight refrigerator and has made application for tax deed to issuein erty situated in Marion county. Florida: Complainant's solicitor. {
C. Robinson, of ( mden. !;'. J. accordance with law. Said certificates embrace Southeast northeast section -
Hues attempted to commit quarter quarter
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs. the following described property !situ I
who ha the dlitinctlon of having gent 14. southeast quarter of southwest quarter of
atcd in Marion Florida. tow
suicide yesterday by shooting. county. It: NOTICE. :
"Several northeast section north half of
;year ago my were quarter 24
West of lot and lots 6 ,
tie Brit telegram from a balloon is 2-3 7 Teagues northwest quarter northeast quarter of section -
The balK however, merely inflicted
go badly affected that I had nianyhetnorrhaes Resurvey lots S4. 59 60 Caldwell's addition. 24. east half of northwest quarter of south.
aaoDf tiow attending the convention. a superficial wound writes A M. Ake of Ocala All of except 65 feet north and south east quarter of southwest quarter section 24, Application lor Tax Deed Under Section $of :
by no feet east and west! on north end of lot
h *u one of President Lincoln's hOr Northrup aod his wife, who is in bad Dunn's noithwest addition Ocala. Lots A andB 15 southwest quarter of southeast quarter of southwestquaiter of Chapter 4SSS Laws of Florida. 1
Wood lud. 1 took treatment from section 13 northeast quarter of
tlM that balloons! could be used to naalth. and two children: have been sub of lot 9 Dunn's northwest addition to southwest quarter and northeast quarter of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT J. E. f
several without benefit. Ocala. ( purchaser of Tax Certificate No. '
tlTinttfe in covering the position ol topping at the Niagara hotel for two physicians any The said land being assessed at the date of southeast quarter section 23. southeast quarter 2497 dated the 4th day of November A. D. ifoj. ;
northwest and east half of southwest
the oxy during the war of the rebH weeks. Worry over tis wlf 'B hearth I then started to take Foley's the issuance of such certificates in the names of quarter of northwest quarter quarter and northwest and certificate 1783 dated August 6th. A. D. i
: S. w. Teague and Florida West Coast Improvement : 1900,has filed said certificates m my office anjhas .
Boa tad u a trlU a balloon was seut which prevented his own return to S: Honey and Tar and my lungs are now Co. Unless said certificates shall be quarter section southwest 36 east halt quarter of northeast of northwest quarter quarter ol- made application for tax deed to issue V f

19 490 fK ind the following message Loula. where he had Important business as sound as a bullet. I recommend it.. redeemed according la*. tax deed will issue southeast quarter section 13. northeast quarter in accordance with law. ,
thereon the of
on 24th day October, A. D. 1903. Said certificate embraces the following described
tat om a wire connected with the engagements. Is attributed AS the in advanced stages of lubg troubla." Witness my official signature and seal this the southeast 13. northwest quarter quarter of southwest of southeast quarter quarter section property situated it Marion county,

war department cause of ha! attempt to take hie life. Postolllce Drug Store. in 12th day September, A. D. x;o. southwest quarter section 13 north half of Florida,to-wit: ;
[SEAL) S. T. SISTRUNK, north half of northeast quarter of northeast North half of southwest quarter and _tb. :
'Up la a balloon, Washington. April 9 18 Clerk Circuit Court Marion County Fla quarter section 24 south half of north half of east quarter ot southwest quarter Section 31>.

II, Wl-To His Excellency President WANTED SIMPLE FUNERAL northeast quarter of northeast quarter section and west! half of southwest quarter of Section
24. west half of northeast quarter of southeast 25. all in Township 16. Range 24. i
Lincoln: It affords me much pleaswt MADE GHASTLY DISCOVERY. NOTICE. quarter % water section 13 northwest quarterof I The said land being assessed at the date ol i

tt t&i! elevation! to send here- Burial of Professor (Wax Wright, of Le- southeast quarter ot section 23 southeast I the issuance of such certificates in the name of :
you quarter of southeast quarter except north half Unknown, F. ..Brown, Trustee. L. A. Grigg
"lli the first telegraphic messages land Stanford. Yourvj Girt Murdered and Body Placedon T. Whom it May Concern: oi southeast quarter of southeast quarter of andj. Martin.: ,
.' transmitted aerial Grand R .pids. Mich., &>pt. 24.-Incased AJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TilE southeast quarter section :zs. southwest quarter Unless said certificates hall be redeemed according ;
from state
an Railroad Track. 11 Flonda Central & Peninsular xailroad southeast qnarter section 23 northwest quarter to law tax deed will issue thereon OB
*. I desire to express my tbans in & plain unpainted pine tx>x Clwdacd. 0.. Sept 23.-The mutilated Company has filed in this office a list of lands northeast quarterand north half of north. the 3ist day of October A. D. 1903.
to for that did not cost more than $2.50, the situated in the township described below, and west quarter section 36, all in township 17, Witness my official signature and seal this ;
you the encouragement ydu body of Miss OlIve "Rayl. 2j has applied for a patent for said lands;; that the range 26. the 2ist day September A. D 1903. ,
Max Wright iu
Uvt liven to the use of the balloon body of Professor years of age, was found early today list is open to the public for inspection and a The said land being assessed at the date of 9 z5 S.T.SISTRUNK.Clerk ,
filth structor in modern languages in Lt- copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has the issuance of such certificates in the names Circuit Court Uanon County Florida. :
military service of the government and ct lying across the Lake Shore railroad: been posted in a convenient place in this office ol :Mauger&Avery. M. M.Sexton.Curtis Grubb

: land Stanford university son track at the entrance of Gordon Park. for the inspection of all persons interested J. W. Fry, H. E. Simmons. H. Waters, Anchor
wealthy parents. was buried late yes- and of the public generally. Land Co., homos Marks and parties unknown. NOTICE OF ELECTION.
t Respectfully, It was at first supgpoged that Mica Within the next sixty days following the date Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
"T. C. S. LOWIl"Trill terday. The simple burial was ordered killed of this notice. protests or contests against the according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon
Rayl had been by train but
I by Professor Wright He believed I I a claim of the company ta any tract or subdivision the loth day of(>ctober. A. D. 1903. For creating a Special Tax School District at
later the police stated that an Investigation !! within any sectijn or Dart of section. Witness my official signature: and seal this the
that the custom of the present described in the list. the of --- -.
on ground that the I 3rd day September, A. D. 1933,
: of J. H. Tiflman.L lavish burial Is barbarous, and economically developed that the girl had been same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural 94 S. T. SISTRUNK VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TH\T AX i

t1 ton, S. C., Sept. 2.The and directed before murdered and the body placed ra t>><. purposes, will be received and noted Clerk Circuit Court,Marion count) Fla. i> election will be held at the Oil bill tchoc I r
wrong. for to the General
report Land Office at Wasn-
rind track where a train had cut it in two. house. Marion county. Florida daring the hours
of the
Jury Lexington county
: ingtou. D. C. i
death that tha $200 of his money that ofS o'clock a m.and sundown of Saturday Oct.
!l'l'fOIrt b.ffT* which the case of James would be spent for a funeral Miss Rayl lived with her brother, \v. G ROBINSON. Hegister. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO [CREDITORS 17. A. D 1903 for the purpose of creating a
ordinarily HENRY S. CHUBB. Receiver
B. Tlllmaa charged with the murder Dr. W. L. Rayl, in GTenville, a suburb. AND OTHERSNOTICE special tax: school district to be known as the V
be used for a public fountain as a Florida Central S: Peninsular Railroad Lauds Oak Kill Special Tax s.hO' Diittnct. The
.f :(. G. Oouujes this morning report. his She was! handsome and highly..respect Gainesville Land District.Florida.. ; boundaries of the above said school district are
monument to memory. hereby changed from the m the
.4 to Judge Frank I!. Gary that it wa Professor Wright's father did tr ed. Thus far the case is enshrouded South East IS HEREBY: GIVEN TO ALL CRED- original petition by order of description the txura of public

1 lDKmystery. .legetees, distnbutees and all persons instruction as read follows: .:
rwommeaJed that the local cases on Township, Range. s \ a
work of the undertaker. There was! In having: claims or demands against the estate of South 3-4 of Section 254 $. and south hal of
Wins Suit.
Wannamaker 5
tt, <''rinin! docket be heard before no minister and no religious service P't NEK! and P't SK. Section 19 23 9 IS 9t CHARLES: E AB OX. deceased that th 'y and : south half of Section 6, and all of tin T, 9. V
1[ )fr, TlllniM'i case was called. Judge Beaver, ?a., Sept. 22.-The slander each of them,are called upon and required to 10 ii. 14 ISo 16. 17 iS of Tuwnship ) Range
and the body was taken to the gravein Postmaster General I present their claims against the said estate to 20. and to elect three trustees of 5 V
Gary received the report as Informa- wagon. At the grave Dr. suit Drought against I the undersigned as executor of the test will and school ihsrtict. and to fix the rate milage
r tlct Is a plain Wannamaker by former State NOTICEof testament Charles Abson,deceased within to*e levied for such special tax school AtMnet. !
tnd when the Tfllman case P. D. Wright., father of the deceased, two vests from this date. as required by law Qualified electors at said election are all registered :

I (&l!!.4 this afternoon, Solicitor Thurkoed addressed the relatives: and Meate, Printer Robinson has ended in a victory otherwise the same will be forever tuned. and qualified voters of said dUtrkt who

for the defendant: The Bea"d! Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of EDW. HOLDER. pay a tax on real. or personal property theron.The t
; of the prosecution, will oppose explaining the reasons for the simple Chapter S5. Laws of Florida Executor of last will and testament of Charles following persons have been appointed '
t L tt. carrying out of the recommendafeu. verdict was read in court this EIOT 4 E.Abson.deceased. managers and clerk of said election. : f
funeral. and found for the det'eodaat \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT V. Ocala. Fla.. July loth, A.D 1<)037'105t H. W. D. Fant. Joshua Danttler. and !
r The final decision will rest ing i> D. P. Pratt purchaser of Tax Certificate J. K. liIn Xette., j

.' *ith the Judgft.Unique Prominent Divine Dead. Pioneer Newspaper Man Dies. I I No. 1874 dated the 1st day of July A. D. By order of the board of public Uktruction j
1901 has filed said certificate in my office. and this 3th A. D.
day September 1403.
Philadelphia Sept. :24.-Rev. HenryH. Jackson, Mich., Sept. 22.-Colonel J. has made application for tax deed to issue in NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL 9 25 G. S. a.COTT :
t Institution Planned.
,I accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe
V. of the oldest and best Attest: Chairman.
ic.. York, Sept 23.Ground ha Percival. a prominent Protestant following descrided property situated in SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. W. D. CAKN, Secretary.NOTICE.
divine died last night at known newspaper men In the state Marion county !
t broken In Jersey City for th Episcopal Lot :26 Bl'Cketl'lantation Plat Book A, page --

I.. TtopW! Palace planned by Rev.MB his country home In Devon, a surburb.He died at his residence here early today 56. section 27 township 16. range 22. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE : 1
49 of Dr. Perci- after a King illness. Colonel Deland The said land being as>e& I the First was year age. issuance of such certificate in the of
.. Bcudder. pastor of name testament of JOHN A. COLE deceased. will on
( T al studied theology at the general served through the civil war and was party Cnknown. Unless said certificate shall Notice Application for Tax Deed ('Dde section ;
*t r.f ational church. Tte schema the 25th day of February A. D.11)01.
redeemed to law. tax deed will
In New York Bade brigadier general of United be according S, of Chapter 4&&, Laws of
.( tat Innitution is unique. Besides theological seminary wa issue thereon on the 17th day of October A. D. make final settlement of his accounts and apply Fld ;
;I' tlauet ordained deacon In 1878 and was ad- States volunteers in 1865. 190 j. for final discharge. Such final settlement and V/oTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. B
for men, women and children, Witness my official signature and seal this application to be made to the county Judge of 1> Brooks purchaser of Tax Certificate N O.' ;
': *:3 tort of recreation will be proMM. ranoed to the priesthood the following 21 Yeara a Dyspeptic. the 9th day of Sept, A. D 1903. Marion county at Ocala. Florida. 2265.'dated the 4th day of Xonmbr, A. D. i4ej. '
by Bishop Potter. He was antxtensive S.T. SISTRCNK S 2S 6m J. M. LIDDELL.D. and certificates 2290 and August 7th. ,
.i, There will be an armory and reM" 9 II Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co Fla. A. MILLER. 1599. and certificate 1388. dated July iu. Iwi. V

?&. ranje. a large gymnasium an writer on theology, (many oi n. H. Foster, SIS S. 2d St., Salt -....----.-.-.......-..-..--.-.- has filed said certificates in my office and oa* f

his books being used aa standard Lake City, writes: "I have been NOTICE- NOTICE made application for tax deed to i.*.ue in accordance V ;
mUy hall seating 1.200 and a spa- with law. Said certificate embac
doul roof garden. works In nearly all of the Episcopal bothered with dyspepsia orlindiges-| the following described property .Ituted ;
seminaries! of this of for Tax Deed Under Marion county, Flonda twt V
country Notice
theological tion for 21 tried many doctors Application -
years; Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Lot 3 block 6 Danbury. half of north
relief 1 bottleof S, of Chapter 4S&S Laws of Florida. Laws of Florida of southwest quarter of southwest quarter .:
Bank for Headland, Aia.Uoatcomery without ; recently got a Chapter 4X88 bal and south ball of southwest

Ala., Sept 3.--At $5,000 Reward For Assassin. Herbine. I: bottle cured I me, I am NOTICE IS purchaser HEREBY of GIVEN Tax certificate THAT T.No.E. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT CHAS. ter section 19.2 all in township iS. range qua IJ:
of tax certificate No. and
r t.s of incorporation of the Farmers New York, Sept 23.-Henry Dexter now tapering oS on the second. I Z441.D.Z473.. 2476.has filed 73. dated said certificate the 7th aay in of August office, 733. dated the zd purchaser day of Nov. A. D. iSoS has half and of west southeast of quarter southwest of Ith.e quarter quartersection west -
A. 1
r 1a4. Merchants' bank of Headland I the aged father of Orlando P. Dexter. recommended it to my friends; and has made application for tax deed to my issue in filed said certificate in my office and made application 2J township 15 range 21
for tax deed to issue In accordance The said land being assessed at the date of
416.. Btr. been filed in the office 01.. the wealthy capitalist and lawyer ol it is curing them too." oOc. at Anti- accordance following with described law. Said property certificates situated embracethe in with law. Said certificate embraces the follow. the issuance of such certificate in the name o "

$ of The 01 assassinated from ing described property situated in ;Marion: Parties Unknown and Htnning Land ,
SrjW.iiy state. amount ; New York who was Monopoly drug store. ui Marion county, Florida. to wit: county Florida. to-wit: Unles said ,
Improvement Company. crtl6-
cae*4i took is (50,000 41vdtd late ambush in the Adirondack, haa announced I I northwest Southwest quarter of of southeast northeast quarter quarter and and South half of southwest quarter section iS cates shall be redeemed according to
let township 14 south range 22 east. deed will issue thereon on the }i.t day or Octo- .
itjjss reward of half of southeast of
ot each will a north southeast
f $100 that he pr quarter The said land being assessed at the'.date of her A.D. 1903. '
section and north half of northwest
for the conviction ot his seal quarter 27. the issuance ot such certificate in the name of Witness'my official signature and seal this the ;
of northwest section and I
,",teftCed for Throwing Tomato. quarter quarter, 35 E. W. Agnew & Co. Unless said certificate day September, A. D.
24th ?
The next visit to Ocala of southeast shall be redeemed according to law tax deed S.T. sIsrarNL
.. Tw. Italian Posts.
S 22.
York. pt will inspect Army 35' township 16. range 24. and northwest quarterof
will issue thereon on the 3rd day of Oct.A. D. 9-25C Clerk Ci'cuit Court Manon Co.ta,
\ Ptcu. and Dacchlno, charged wltl Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 23.-Major southwest quarter, section 15, township 17 1903.

*'rtec thrown tomato at Premlei General H. C. Corbin. who is making DR. E. T. ALLEN range The 24 said land being assessed at the date of Witness of my official, A.signature D.I903.S. and seal this the2rth INDUSTRIOUS rER.
: day August WANTED-SEVERAt
the issuance of such certificate in the name of
.hs at Marseilles hue been sen an inspection of several army postsIn Henning Land & Improvement Co.. W. H. .T. SISTRCNK. sons in each stale to travel for hOi eUblihed V

\tIKt4. says a World's dispatch from the west, left this city late last Eye and Ear Specialist Tandy, R. J. Ellis and Unknown. Unless said 8 2$ Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. eleven years and and with a large for capital succeWul, to and call
certificate shall be redeemed according to law. upon mercnants agents
t- :
M. to six months Imprisonment Al night for the north. He will visit tax deed will issue thereon on the :25th day of I profitable lIne. Permanent engagement Weekly ;-

abu" Mr Combes was traveling aim Forts Harrison and Missoula in Montana THURSDAY OCT. 8. I October.A. D.. loov Dispatches from Alaska confirm. cash hotel salary bills of Si8 advanced and all in traveling cash each expensesand week. : 1
Witness official and seal this the
signature V
"- fI, u a private Individual the court after which he will go to Seat 15th day of my September.A. D. [903.S. the report of rich coal and oil finds Experience not essentUL Mention referenceand

slid: UM the insult was directed tie and Victoria, returning east Ti. I -I I 9-18 Clerk Circuit Court. T.Marion SISTR Co.XK.Fla. in that section. ejctose.334 self-addressed Dearborn St.envelope.Chicago TUBNATIONAM.

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BODY FOUND IN BASKET. :s!"111111" " 1 "ttt111tf" "1" "11" "111111191119111t11" " " "It"91911.19.1111111" " " f " " ... ,,

11Ift Murdered by Hyperdermis Injection ..
of Potion.Tori. ......
)(... Sept 23A ram c? sar- f- ......
CIr by ttB I2j@ tios of poison by lie 0- .
sews c! & tTjerdaraic syriss Is re- P'r
'' pstsd, Lam a Losdoa iispatch to E JAKE :
'',* Herald, by tie Mecca correpo&Jert ABE ....
of Tie Daily Mall who wntest -P--- .....
*& an uapleatait .nH: proceeding ."-t
tram a wicker basket which arrived: r I ......
M lunage at the Brest railway lu- P-
COn la Moscow, aid tor which to -
eiaisaat appeared, caused as examination
to be ciaie. whet tie bode
.f a well dressed man was lootd. tom- They are Coming I
An era:!. tioa Ettrred that Gee !r
tad suited throthe it;. rtioa of
ak. of tU forehead:
polio ucdw the
fcy neaM of a !yrt:: !!. laquirl?!
were fcjlitatenl which: proved that the: On Eve1'Y Trains
cnrfeitrf eaa was a *eU to do lane ( "
owner naati Marti ToE .s!.eCbk1: ....
The perpetrators of ti crime have I tI -
feeea d:=covered.: tPr .-e....

POLICE MAKE ARRESTS. %= Our buyer who is now in New York is causing 3

Round Up>> of Suspicious Character In .....

g:u\ew;:C'10Ui York.New Set York 23.-A has City.followed route a?theeteralaatloa oJcharacters H things to look lively about our store and warehouses. |

J .

i tall dty ment Inn a which ca to dozen eaj tie Lave nea lower the resulted feudal being East killed Side shooting recently is T! tt.s en af ia. g I I r Every train from the north brings us new goods Ig

!,-four prisoners were taken In thefirst

ash barrel raJd.Ose threw. a a moment phial of Before chloral he into: was aa fresh from the manufacturers and our stock this fall .3..

arrested and there was none who did .....
not have either an ugly ktlfe or a

revolver Raised cotcealed From about the Dead.his person. E E and winter will be more complete than we have ever |

C. W. Landb, "pf>rter" for the Oriental .
hotel Chanutc, Kan" rays;
"I know what it wu to i-offt-r with E e ore carne ate a o t o
neuralgia deed I did,and I pot a tot. '0
tie of Ballard'a f Snow Liniment and I Pr -

was'raiged from the dead I tried to |:J past week: 3

get some more but before I bad 'de- ...

entirely.' -- -- ."......

25c 50c. and 21.00 at Antl-monoiwdy = Ralston's Breakfast Food, Ralston's Health Flour, Ralston's Pancake Flour, ::

drugstore.GAVE LIFE FOR FRIENIXNtoohi ru "E Rolston's Cereal Coffee, "Presto" Breakfast Food, 'Force" Food, Potsum :"::0

I Andrea I Innocent Victim of Italian E and Grape Nuts. No 1 Fancy Shore Mackerel, in bulk and 10-lb. kits; Dutch 3
Peud Ifl New York.
\ 4eata New walle York.attempting Sept. 12.-to 3tabbed rescue bas tc E: Herring, Kippered Herring, in bulk. Imported Sardines, Cod Roes, Fresh 3

friend from an asaastln In Brooklyn. E: French Peas Mush Rooms Succotash and
IQcolo Andr&as la beUeve-3 to have Herring, Etc. Edam, Pineapple
Seen Uw laoooeat rlctiia of a feud
HU ed. assailant, Ralaelo Manelo, escap EE: Cream Cheese, Peanut Butter, Boneless Cod in 2-lb. packages. 3

Rocco Larloo was sitting on the -4
step In front of his home when a pass. I "0e
log Italian! turned suddenly and( 'eat
plunged a knife Into >tla etwalier.euklcg .
Andreas a deep wlnesseJ wound.the attack from CHASE & SANBORN'S TEAS AND COFFEES. "

e the other std of the street and was
about to throw himself on the stranger __ -
when the latter withdrew the steel -......
from the shoulder of l&vlno and with. w

out.t The Andreas a word murderer,plunged who escaped felt it into and the no breast Infor : In Heinz Famous Keystone Brand we have Celery Salad, 3

motion other than his name can be t -tIE
obtained from the wounded man er Spiced Pickles Sweet Midget Gherkins Preserved Sweet Pickles
the police! believe they are confronted ,
with another of the frequent mysteri ...... .....
cue Italian vendcttai.( Tomato Chutney Etc, 3M
Schooner Safe In Port.
ew York. Sept. 22.-Word was re -4
elved today that the fishing echoonr .4dll ...
) -
Lilla Fernalde which was supposd
to have been lost In Wednesday's

Atom breakwater., arrived The safely fishing! at Delaware schooner rl ROYAL SCARLET BRAND CANNED GOODS. -4...

Emily P. Wright which had also been .....
reported missing! was at the sam
place. --- -4-
Doctors-Could----Not Help- Her. .-....

"I had kidney trouble for years" i Our facilities for handling wholesale trade are being improved every :;
writes )Ir,.. Itaymoud C.mnot. of

r Shelton could not\\help ayh.. ,me."and lined the doctors Foley's =., day and it gives us pleasure to quote prices on any article in our line toE ,

KidnryCureandthevery first dose
gave! me relief allOll am now curnl = merchants Write us for price list and let us show you where we can
I<-Hun<>t sty too much for Folry'sKidney .-
Cure. Pontoffli-e Drug .-4....
Store. in E save you money and time on your orders,

Professional Beggars' Gaflery.Now -41
York Sept. 22.-Police Camoiscloncr p. -4 ;
Greene has announced that -"
fcy an arrengement with the charity ttr- 3
organization society all professions Corn Oats Bran Cow -4
Hay Feed
Vegars and vagrants arrested here F Etc. ,
titer will have their pictures tAken for ,
ft gallery to be kept at the society
J'OOmA. An organized effort will be P- -44 i'
made to rid the cIty of the beggars r -
Che worst class of whom are eald to I II ttlr ,..lI i

i kn bOW'D formal AI .YIU.u18D.them&6lvel. IMo a society I : We invite our outoftown friends to make our store their heads -

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Automobile Takes Plunge.Caa .
' ,r idle containing Joie. CaL.Sept.six pnoa 21-In: automo.plungedever E quarters Make your appointments to read: "Meet me at the Teapot -

aa embankment and fell fifteen tH
feet below to the bed of the Guada- ---
]Dupe river late last night Injuring all
of the occupants, one of them Mrs.
D Salisett, probably fatally. Mr. Peter I THE TEA POT
P. Cole's left arm was broken 'n GROCERY.
two places, and Mrs. Cole sufferer
j the fracturo of her collar bone. The I
Injuries of the others consisted oJ -41

+ many bruises. -- -.- _.. > : A. BROWN & BRO, Proprietors I
cur a cold in one day
Tukc Laxative Bromo QuininH Tab 'II'4
lets. All: druggisujrelund! the ---

t I (it nature failes is to on cure.each box.E. -W.25c Grove's moneyif ;t1"4'1"6"" " " " " " '" " " "X111" " "ete" '

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