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:
October 2, 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
29.187778 x -82.130556


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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f -.lXXVII, NO. 10


j TW"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"'r"r"'r"r"r'tr'"tr"r'tr"r"1" " " " '" " i I THE PORTER-COLLIER NUPTIALS. t completed with shower bouquet of Mr. Henry 0. Dunn, of Citra, who David S. \Voo-Jrow, a prominent,

'F bride's roses. has been spending several month in citizen otOeala, was amousnlie victors -

FF A, Large and Brilliant Wedding at the The ma'.rou-of-hoaor and brides- Oregon has returned bomt"Ir.: in the city Tues.!lay. He was '

c Baptist Church Wednesday Night. maul-i a wore beautiful gowns of whiteWitb Dunn has! !loca'ea two gold mining ,registered th.. Brown Houpainesviile %-

t-% -rE white tulle sashes and carried claims) and is operating I hem and Sun. _
The tiny shafts of Cupid again have pierced
r two loving hearts." white carnations and bride's, roses says that the prospect of striking a

: For several weeks past the wtddirg I tied with long streamers of the rich l lead is exceedingly tbttt>rinz. Dr. Thomas C. Thompson left Wednesday

I white tulle. The maid-of honor/ He has only! gone about seventy fet for Jacksonville to pr u-tic- his,
IN A BOX of Miss Hattye M-ie Porter, of this l j worea ;
and the indications are profession. The heH
exceptionally wishes
of hi
city, and Mr. William Alexander' piuk silk gown giving the only 1 *
'.ay good. Gold mining experts( give him Ocala friends for his .
Collier, of Tinc-loosi, Ah., has been I( touch of color to the scene. Her success aetalip
If want to write a nice letter do very great encouragement. The I
you you can it if you have I any him to his: new home.
.:t:: nice stationery. You're: in a box if ;you haven't the paper, and looked forward to with eager inten-st II flowers were pink roses tied with pink *'a...hiags of the earth at that depth

:, 5= paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles. by the mtny Ocala friend of the tullf.: The eentlemen all wore full has netted him about :59 a ton. Mr. :Mr. J. A. Jordan went toTauipt

Lride. t!i evening suits. Dunn is feeling bouyant.
;I j jI i Wednesday.
I NeJnesdsy) night from eight untili 1 party to the

--... strains flC the Mendlessouu wedding 2t
.. nine o'clock streams of people were

.---... y--- seen: : entering the Rtptbt church to march Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! t

,. .-... --- witness: thU happy marrittre. The Ocala Rifles attended<< the Teddiugiua !- Y

'-r' --. I The church had been beautifully I II body in compliment! to Mr. The boys and girls: of Marion Iii :

'r.-... -11 a decorated by friends of the bride anti Collier, who i-j the ciptam of hi. county are marching to and from t "
.--... -- I was ;rt lovely setting for the lIlls'H1w: home company.Immediately. -- school. Our shoes} are just tho
.. i I after I the kind that will stand
bridal ceremonythe more wear
I :::: i put) >r
-o bridal 1 party and a few iuti-nate and harder kicks than other
r -a throughout:;; the deeonttions was whiteand i.
I friends were given a receptiou at the [ j dealers will sell you for tho
Three is in frontof
1r green. large! art. : '
Ulllllllllllllllljllllllllllllllllllllllljlllllllllllj1111!! !! jlllllllllll I the chant' .-I formed the |riiu-Ipat home of the- bride's parents, Rf'. and a same price. We can supplySHOES .

decoration. They were of whi.eand Mrs- James Campbell Porter, on Ft.

-- were twined with Uautiful( Florida King avenue.
M.t-" IT-
1 -.FL'1!:: 2JS2ES2E2E5
j bamboo. Suspended fr.->u the center The entire lower boor was! llrtt.iy! for every member of thu family

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE arch was: the utildim' ; boil made en } decorated, the white and green from the youngest to the oldest

1] tirt'lyof white cariiuiions and bride's' : scheme t.eiug carried out in every and at low prices. We keep up

rust:., the clapptr -iiir an eVctriu thing. A great deal of the bamboo with all the latest styles a nd
light hl.l l. Tnt.brid ) and srtM.iu was used: and all over the house were .-- shapes. Give us a call. .

stood l under: this bell when the U-mn Va-esof cut lloweis.

I vows were plighted.: : Mr. and \Ir>!. Collier. Rev. and The W \ Chambers Shoe Co i
Mrs. ,
lands Porter and .Misi Porter and -Mr.
have phosphate l h to sell
If you any you or Back of the arches ami between

, lease on royalty communicate with him. them soul be si"en a charming vista Hall received in the parlor. Opera IIou'c Block, Sworn Hoor From ('orlwr.

p of graceful ud.ttotdy: palms:!, bam lrslorlf!\, handsome gownof Ocala
black fcpaDgled net. ,
: boo, palmttto and other evergreens:
After cftugratulatiuir the bride. !and
: and gracefully iuteriared throughand --
Office next to Dr. Smith Vo-toffice Block. Ocala Fla bi and ,
groom extending t > them Lest
over all and! draped to the walls!

_. .,, of uisLes i life i ues.s wer" iuvitnl: into iL.! S '"= .EaJ !!k. !!!!!!!:.
r J.d i!!' ;'tZ!! """ ; ;"IiU'-L: were heavy ropes myrtle. Ovt-r R1 !: J
, : the uiuiug room, where a four cour.esupper
* ___ I \viudowsaud doors quantities of
< -- -
t Sili SUUSETS SA2SIS. Local EditorIJRPPENIKGS Miss Lala D-Vane, who has been I p9.Ill"'ttop were Used. Altogether! \\asserveil.The I 0NTI-MQNOPOLY DRUG STORE.I I
[ dining room wss a bower oiloveliness.
spending some time with her sister, he scene was as attractive as the eye ,
The entire ceiling way \,>!
Mrs. 1*. V. Leaveuijooil, returned to Could! wiili. z -
i i Savannah Tuesday.Mr. The reserved:! pews for the family covered with graceful draping, ol a Medicine i is one tiling that stands between life and death. Yourphrsil'iall

green and white buutin The brid 'a writes a prescription that will do you good if properly
and special l friends were designated put
ilr. Chis. H. Lloyd is up from Alfred B-jt-k h'w JJOUB to table was 'I shaped. Front the chandelier up and genii pure drugs 11811.Ve are now prepared to fill prescripJ
nth large bows of white ribhon. ,
; Bolder OQ nick I leave. New YorkCity. where he will take a : to the corners: of the table was lions at short notice with drugs from Park, Davis & Co., and -1
At nine thirty o'clock the expej- L equally reliable: houses. It. It''! worth your while to think on
two year's course in the New York drape white tulle twined with a
Mr. B. K. Thrower, of Gainesville! taut assemblage were rewarded for subject and insist, on your prescriptions being brought |there '

1 say In the city Thursday. College IIf Pharmacy heir patieu.-e I by the entrance of the daiuty fern like vine. The ceuter rID i nothing but the very best drugs that can be procured are used. !!

piecw Was'" a tail cut -gla-'; vase of
Mr. W. ft. Stripling, of Anthouy, bridal party to the strains of tie 1JH1 Full Line of Starjdafd\ Pate t Medicines.
"' Mr. C. M. Whitesides! is back from j bride's roses and carnations.: There
who has been spending toe summer joheugriu wedding march executed
pleasant visit in Alab-ima anti Geor were several smaller tables for the I
iu Georgia is home again and was a by Prof. W. S. Pike who pliyed
gis. ___ a-'commodutionof the other guebls.During !. fi Our Line of
visitor to Oi'ala Monday uud Tuesday. softly during the entire servicr.The .
Mr. R. S. Hall returned Wednesday tue evening punch was Toilet
young; lady attendants: entered Fiqe Soaps, Peraunjery, Fancy Stationery, Etc. |

-" Burning from a business visit to Mr. W. M. Dale came down from from the study at the front _of the strvedou; : the veranda. The bride's Cannot be surpassed in central Florida, and as to price, we can .

Jacksonville.Mr. I Gaiuesville Wednesday. He WI1 "lie church and marched to the rear gifts to her attendant were cloverleaf II OTJ!> say that we propose standing strictly up to wl at our name 6i

hat pius and the groom's: to his i indicates.
of the attendants of the Forur Collier
and Mrs. Edward Holder re- where the rest of the party were in
attendants: were stick pill:!. I '
,.. tained to Dunnellon Tuesday after- wedding. waiting. Give Us a Call, I
At twelve o'clock the bride donnedher
noon.j I Then from the rear came first the
Miss Annie Sharp, after spending PTI-MONOPOLY DRUG STOPVE.
I IJ 'going away" eown, a handsome
four little ribbon bearers m.
j Mr. Ed L. Wartpjann of Citra, is the summer with her sister Mra. C. in their m.
J i j jI dainty white organdie dresses. brown tailor suit with hat to match, J. W. CASTEL, Prop. ;fit

in Jacksonville and a guest of the I F. Benjamin Alexandria Hay, X. They and on the night Seaboard Irwin Mr. L5J1ji'J
the hack of the
separated at church,
| Windsor. Y., returned home Tuesday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Collier left for their homein 5 G n !ij i5 5 rn c5a559e 5'n iTgaiJCTiTOI roCTiiroiSSlEBIiinlOirgCiHlSiniCiHilHHinBwa
one going up one aisle and one up the
l. )tr. Herbert Jones has to his Tuscaloosa.Mrs. I
W. A. Collier, of Tuscaloosa) other. These graceful little maidens
old home in Massachusetts: to spend a Collier is the eldest daughterof -
Al*., Mr. C. Collier, of Birmingham, were Misses Marguerite Porter, young ., MOSQUITO
t.t.few weeks. Rev and Mrs. James Campbell : '-:. .'
and Mr. O. G. Hall of Montgomery :
Ala. -
est sister of the bride. Mary Burford, : J.,

f Mr. John Beatty, a prominent Ala., are guests at the Ocala Leta Camp and Lucile Standley. Porter and is very popular in Ocala : CANOPIES.

and in various other places in the : : :
f' phosphate ntau of Bartow, was registered House. After them came the ushers in couples -
state where she has visited and attended

jj: at the Ocala House Tuesday. Prof. L. M. Hatton principal of the separating in the same manner, Nickel plated,

f i Tampa Business College, was in Ocala the first couple being Dr. E. Van school. She is very talented, t L Patent frames.S. .
Meww. L. Horn and L. L. Horn, of having a splendid soprano voice and
f I Tuesday. He was accompanied by Hood and Mr. Ben Rheinauer, followed Plain nets and
York, were among the diners at the she is lovely in disposition. It is''
E Mrs. Hatton and they will return by Mr. W. T. Wheeler and Mr. J,
Ocala House Tuesday. deeply regretted that her marriage'
r home today. H. Mathews. Next, Mr. 0. B. Howse .': .'Bobinet
takes her from Ocala.
f- Mr. B. t 8. Weathers has gone to and Mr. W. W. Condon, followed by away I
Owing to the, observance of Yo m Mr. Collier is at the head of one ofTusealoosa's Plain and lace
t. !floral! City to accept a position with Mr. W. M. Dale, of Gainesville, and
the Jewish Day of Atonement,
Kippur, largest and most r
: the Bradley Phosphate Co. Mr. C. V. Miller. prosperous trimmed. .
the store of Messrs. C. Rheinauer & business houses, the drug firm ; !p
The bridesmaids then entered in
Mr. Henry Dunn left for Tampa Company were closed Wednesday.Mr. of W. A. Collier & Co., and is greatly OCAU FURNITURE CO.
the following order: Miss Mary
Wednesday over the A.C. L. He will esteemed and popular in business and
J. M. Benton returned Wed- Violet Harris '"
Reardon and Mias bliss E. C. SMITH
be lone until Saturday. social circles. For several years he -a- Prop.
nesday from Atlanta, where he has Sue Karco and Miss Mattie Williams,
was alderman of his city and is for
Mrs. Barry, of Weirsdale, and her been spending the past few weeks. Miss Johnnie Liddon and Miss Annie -
the third time president of the Carnival -
t- peat Miss Freeman, of Atlanta, Mrs. Benton and son will return later. Btandley/ :Miss Ruby Moore, of
Association. He is also very .
-f were In Ocala Monday and Tuesday. Jacksonville, and Miss:Maxie Bullock. MILLINERY i
Mrs. Gamsby and Miss Kate Gams popular in the military, being captain '
The maid-of-honor, Miss Bessie
Mr.John F. Lockhart, manager of by, who have been spending a few of the "Warrior Guards" and is alsoa .
Porter, sister of the bride, then en-
I! KcGrath's place, left Wednesday for a weeks at Jacksonville, Ala., are in prominent member of tbe Elks.
tered alone and following her was Our handsome line of Fall and
few week's visit to Hot Springs, Ark. Atlanta for a few days. They will To Mr. and Mrs. Collier the Ocala Winter Millinery is arriving .
the flower girl, little Mian Kellie every day and it is beyond doubt the best selected and most com

; FOle"l Honey and Tar cures coughs return home the last of the week. Gottlieb, who scattered rose petals in Banner extends its heartiest congrat plete assortment ever seen in Ocala. Just arrived the newest

and colds and prevents pneumonia. ulations and best wishes. shapes and styles inReadytoWear ti
the pathway of the bride. ,
Take no lub8t1tute Postofflce Drug Captain E. B. Richardson, of Hom- -
Store. Lastly came the bride leaning on "It Con Right to the Spot."
; m osassa, formerly of this city, is at the Hats
Mr. the arm of her matron-of honor, Mrs. When pain or irritation exists on ,
{, Jack Robinson of Jacksonville, Ocala House. Capt. Richardson has

:;'.. tho came down to Ocala Tuesday been spending the summer at Grand Robert A. Burford. At the altar they any part of the body, application Fine Ostrich Plumes ... lfi

U1emoon were met by the groom and his beet of Ballard's Snow Liniment will give ,
went to Tampa Wednes- Pre, Nova Scotia, and is in splendid
,- da1, man, Mr. Garrett Hall, of Montgomery prompt relief. "It goes right to the
Fancy ..
and in a simple and pretty service spot," said an old man who was rub ,
: Meseta. A. R. Griffin, John Talton, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Roberts, of
Rev.' Louis Bacon Warren, pas- bing it in, to cure his rheumatism.C. }
: !La. Wilkins and Joseph Price reptetented Ocala, are visiting relatives and Beaver Hats
tor of the church, made Miss Porter R. Smith, proprietor Smith house, ,
Anthony in Ocala Wednes- friends: at Newburn. They were sum-
: and Mr. Collier man and wife. Teneha, Texas, writes: I have used
: 4&,. moned to the bedside of Mrs. G. W. Novelties in Ribbons.
Tbe bride, who is lovely always, Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family
learn is
' M.Claud Lavaron, who has been Barter, who we are pleased to Oak was unusually so in her beautiful for several years and have foundit Among the arrivals within the next few days will be a lot

the two months with very much improved.-Llve of FRENCH PATTERN HATS of the latest
1''Pendlng past bridal robes. Her gown of white I II to be a fine remedy for all aches creations. Call on

1 nkbveaia Indiana, baa returned to Crescent. olga crepe, elaborately smocked and I: and paine in the throat and chest. 25e.SOe. us for your millinery.

'\ OcaU. ft a cold in on* day i
and $1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug
trimmed with myriads of tiny pearlswas

.. No danger of consumption if you Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab simple and exquisite. She worea Store m MRS LUCIE F B EATON 4
ore AU druggiswlretund the moneyif ,
Folej'a Honey and Tar to cure lets.
f fttt E. W. Grove' tulle veil caught up with a spray of I j Wt." TEn-Good Florida Seed Rye.
stubborn cough. Poetoffiee Drug it falles to cure. '
:: '.Store m signature 18 on each box: -S5c orange blossoms, the costume beingS .. Ocala Seed Store. 828tf. Mrs. Hicks' old stand Magnolia :Street.t ,

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! A STATE FAIR' toxes him and the I I doctrines of socialists. NoI
SHALL OCALA HAVE pepper- upon array : pernicious jl
t Get the Most The

, I people against him! i I brains here? HURRICANE! SV/EEPS/ >

Out of Your FoodYoa In speaking of Ocala's auction sale The man who fells the forests, reclaims WLat other evidence will Sirtor-

I don't and can't: if your stomachs of blooded cattle, the Florida Agri- ; the desert place, and overspreads ious require to convince him of the ISLANd) OF BERMUDA p:I Tampa

eak. A weak stomach does not digest :
culturist is led to say the following: with beauty, like a rock in a vicious and impractical: ideas of hisnternational i
all that is ordinarily taken into it. j Business
weary land, the basis nv>ris,es and "I Committee."
"The is it to be regretud e.
i It gets tired easily and what it fails to Wind Ra&ctod Velocity of
digest is wasted. the apathy of the legislature and certain barren wastes, is he not a philanthropist We have before us a platform purporting I j- --

I Among the signs of a weak stomach local entanglement have postponed 100 Miles an Hour. 1
-for we cannot believe they to be the product of a {" j
, are uneasiness after eating fit* of ner- '
lch- nave killed-the day of an unbroken And is he not entitled to the praise .
Tons headache and disagreeable b | OLDEST .
succession of State Fairs." j THE DEATH LIST WAS LIGHT. LARGEST
: ing."I of the people ho benefits? The platform i is mush of a much. I I ;
hare taken HoaT1 Sarsaparilla at Despite tbe failure< of the legislature
dlfierent times tor tor '7b troubles and a I If Mr. Stockton becomes the developer ness of any other much-geaeralizen I I!I Hundreds cf Houses Were Damaged BEST I
run down condition o!t !systEm and have to make an appropriatior why
been greatly benefited L its ne. I would of the west coast and causes it platform, and says "the interests of Many BenS; UnroofecJ-Earvana Industry
I cannot Ocala undertake this beneficent j
f not be without it in rcy i lId!;. I em troubled hum with "
to and Was -Losses
busy industry we promise capital labor are identical 1! Basly Injured
with wear
in Bccimer : stomach
eBIJf't'11I1r I enterprise? The work is already
and nausea and End Hood's SarsapariJlaInralaabie. i him we shall not withhold our Since re never hear of any strike, Amount to Thousands: cf Dollars.
." E. .IICIiX43, W.Cnester. Pa.Hood's half accomplished.The .
praise from him. lockouts, Wick lists riot etc. ApplicfttifMM con*tattt;
guns, ,
Sarsaparilla race track, including the grandstand Xew York, Oct. L-Tte hurricanetlat II

this platform must Le just the thingit fewest tLe inland Monday last file ror graduii'v-- h<<, r j'
and Pills the judges stand, b%!eball diamond ,
i IN THE WOODS.To is It. Brains here, thank God reached a Telocity of 100 riles an good port>boaa.Adare. .
; Strengthen and tone the stomach aai etc., is completed and under hoar says a Herald dispatch from 4
; the whole digestive system. ana coming from a candidate in our )
! good fence. Hamilton, B rciuia.
.; the Eitcr of the Ocala Banner. own state, should have the effect of j
" Nothing remains to ba done but the The fall force of tte hurricase was

:iIr. AllaaPodgersismakin: ; a big We noticed with deep interest the sending the inquisitive Sartorious net realized unul report began Ucoze 1
construction of building for the exhibits
reputation with : hU good roads advertisement of one "Sartorious" of with "Birdie" to his little bed. from the partially isolated fife L M. Mid 1
: and sheds for the cattle, poultry tricts. Only ore person !Is. known tor,2.6 ,
machinery in Gainesville.Mrs. "International fameiu
Committee" Ac REVOIR.
etc. been killed.; He is George Harris 1 .!I"h&
last week's issue of the O ala Banner. who Wet d'ira-Ji underneath a faa I II
i C. C. Todd and children returned When Ocala was much smller BAPTISM IS ESSENTIAL.To "
We presume the Ocala Banner, in ins wall at S.. Georges.;
i yesterday from Clinton, Ky., where than the town i3 today she erected a lluncseis of Louses: were damaged

.t they have been summering.Mrs. semi-truaiesl exposition building and its munificent magnanimity! will un- the Editor of the OralaJBanaer. mazy being unroof L I CHASED BY POSSE

furl those beautiful and symmetrical f Tho banana iadusry was badly in
gave an exposition which la-ted for In your i issue of Sept, loth, I read n ,[
t T. B. Snyder and children waves of thought, so highly appreciated jar&i.; ; The streets are filled w.
. three months and the benefits result-
article headed hIs Baptism Essential" rebrla, and the isiascs present a ha"ter&d mmm mmGrifflth
i have returned from St. Auzu-tine, in the past by giving a little
in? therefrom are still being felt and it says that Christ on tbe cross aspectThe
j where they have spent the summer. space: to a reply. dirtorious wants I losses amount to thoufi :uli ot I
throughout the state. promised the thief a place in! heaven .
proof that socialists are dreamers, pounds sterli2g.: Mack ROle, Slayer o: abaft ,

t tRL! Ilobinaou, .ofJack. :,onvile! During the entire life of the exposition fools. clanks, etc. ami he was neither :prinkle i," Ii Taken I

i has: joined hU wife in this city. They the management had an im- "joured" nor "immersed." Now, we I AT CAMP YOUNG.
Now, we are not reaching for any of
J are guesU of their d uhter.Ir". A. ported baud and other attractions and would like to have. you lice more TRAGEDY IN TKNHfcMtt r A5ltyet
that fame nor for any of those pUttering Flrvel! Series of Maneuver by Regular :
J H. Marsh.Mr. for a single advertisement in the lighten: that. Oar Bible djej not

New York Worli paid out the sum of laurels profusely otlered by Troops. w. C'-- Ne., t e....
say that. Christ told the thief, "tlm Camp Young West Point, K,.. Oct
\V. M. Dale, who came down to Sirtonous ai.d his committee f.r 1
t wo thousand dollars.Cannot day halt thou be with me iu 1.-The third and final ore o! th eerles of Hit c.tMe M 'CSO": twy; toe i
I attend the Porter-Collier: : wedding, I we'unsinthe are not .
j this patriotic spirit be rer r country supposed paradise," now, will you please:. tell us of cia-euve.-E, participated !ia b) ttr heel. .WMmm ar T..nt a.etn
j ja"
I returned to Gainesville yesterday to Lace any brains, judging r g-Jlar troops exclusively took place

afternoon. infured into the life of our people? from some of the platforms we read. what paradise Ii i or where it i is? I today and proved on the whole ..rNlNtced.I ;I IKaoawtU.

< The cattle sale itself I which has led I want information and think that interesting of &U from s K.cttca; .. T'iA +- '-1.. .
If Jjartorious really and in good I j I
Worthington, special representative to the suggestion of the Florida Agriculturist promise of heaven is it mi.sleadingword. pcist of view.Tomorrow; ROM.Deputy. w6u.letu., '
faith desires to hear from men the state militia will arrive ., : I
of the Jacksonville Metropolis sbo*s that some of Ocala't i1IMnI>t & .t
I and women, too who are possessed of and until: 10.000 national guard- t'ntta. Loudue oust.l ,,
I U: in Ocala auj promise to give citizens are still po.-et--ed of the olds Now, we, as Bapti-t;*, believe immersion men from six states get fettled IB I. i ihicbet f
braiDs why does he not to war aaptsuw! that a -* i -9 I
.t us a special write-up. He i time fire. is E3 eatuI. Christ camp here there will be little doing tc .
says: plainly, area lit t :" I **
those who through Divine decree, the field. Tte state troops, are, bon ,, .
H ; delighted with our little city. Let all-according: to their several "except ye are born of water and off Rate J ,"''to Wifti
were given a full and complete mo- ever, expected to be ready for operations .
Iollesadt : 'uy! ss ; -aceof
' abilities-show the sameepirit ands the spirit ye cannot enter the kingdom Friday. Toiaj's .
'I maneuver Wwi .
Mrs. Wallace Stovall 1* at Bishop nopolyof intelligence? lIeD aM k.s u + -
i state fair will be of very easy accomplishment. of heaven." Nov, I a-fc a little more tl i:, third one based on the condition eo..e"'t.t" :sting \ ,:. '_ w
Fall House Oliver! Bridge N. Y.
we must concede the generosttyof ; of
the brown the
; retreat Uvard .
army on > .
information. The Bible : "all sins -1IaIrJ .1. .* L t. v ...
-f and b having a delightful time. :She:; our esteemed friend the venerable says Xashvilia! : and the blue setl&g 011tle .
ed .
wad tt :- : r1. Q
If Ocala ahead in this work -
goes be forgiven the '
It t has recently contributed an article to Sartorioua, tt al. may except sin cCeLsiva The action was mater oocfet to ta Mr ar.i' -... .

tj and bass state fair which feball be against the Holy Gho-" Now, can u> foilow! than mal of Mender on aCcount Orlffttbe ..
tw fhi. + ttrw
the New YorK Herald which that paper socialists not drt'amf"i -iD' a rrot s.
c alike creditable and successful tell what the cf tie requirecect: for attack&cd Kut .. '. ,
: every you me sin against tbe [ *. m as n.rait t. #
Ii f profusely illustrated.The aries!, cranks, etc., eh On what defense of an outpost ty aa. advance .
obligation liquidated and every prom Holy Ghost is and give scriptural] proof farce t! *-: by Mt i".t..,
I ground of reasoning: can the imtnacu guard of slightly SUI.r Of day flow vt tl arcs:: .u -.,.* J. .,,; ;;
young people of Grace churchwill i=e fulfilled, we believe the ;state will for it? I have asked a good many strength. The position was coos
'r'l late "International Committee" a bars ik 't..J; a ::1"i.. AttrelDad ;
, be pleased: to meet the citizens of re-imburse the stockholders by a preachers, and none of them can give quently sass with a fair amount of ear. .Ftrc .e .aJ
hope to impress the public, precision: and the
upon opposing fort
, O.-ala at the Rectory from 3 p. m. to generous donation and the location me a satisfactory answer. ** covered I JOIM atJ enAo. ... :
even the !!h.'l.doof an idea! that f.O- less inKiszL Tie umpires 7tH .
.. killed I setM!:'. :. M' ..hrraltnded :;
I c 6 p.m. today at their silver tea in aid of the fair in Ocala will be permanent I ten preachers why God give their -cisicn tomorrow.
I cialirm is not cane and misleading? M:. r<*MC ,-*- .',
! of a free cot in the Church Hone and and will be followed every year Have came from Teaman and the Holy Oae [ Thus far tte troops have bees fcbeolutsly The tan *** tft.i... -' "*** l'I
not the ationf&l Economic
Hospital at Orlando. with an annual appropriation. from Mount l', before I found one: cJ.m.r ;i by spectators. Tta w Croa the :t..e:o:'I'r.,0, eat j

Lragut''iiaoded this country wilh i its lens "hikes" throaga tough country .... ..aLiiCUi"'t... ,-,.... I
The benefits: accruing: to the town, could give me a satisfactory have jj
We bad a very pleasant: call Tuesday free li'erature to such an extent that answer. prevented the gatiericg 0: son- Rose title -.... .tr ....' j
the county and the state car'l'l.ylltOO One did not know there wa such a combatants: alsxust entirety. 1
from Mr. John :M. Oliver, of many merchants: hive been materially TIle rtcma t RL ..7 i
recitine. thing in the Bible. j
New Orleans, who is visiting here on releived (financially) from purchasing BANDITS RAID SALOON.
You will find it in the :bookofHaoakkiik .ME FILLS AU. 0" t( U J
an important business mi>-ion, whichmeans wrapping paper and all o.
SUPPOSE- third chapter and thirJverse. Hold Up Place and! ApprcpHatt;: Contents i
: much good for this section of such said literature baa exhaustivelytreated : Tata Place or wry Ch I.I"=_ ..t......
of Coiiih Register.
the state, the particulars of which and digested this self same W. M. SHEROCSE. Salt Laka. City,. Utah Oct. LIen :;y Ve'.I:'"M ,.....

C'l6irage, s. : -t iii
Mill be given Tyler Mr. Oliver: with It is announced in the newspaper question of socialism! ? Buried it, sit! equipped and armed, entered & saloon ; I'
The fU*T-S H4 .mss
his family will spend the winter aOrlaudo. t that ales John :c. C. Sto<.kton' deposit It is i as dead es tht*question of finance. The Marion Oran eCrop.Mr. in a rain street of this city tactrtgit Mei.. SA," *

of phosphate rock; in Levy county We caution s'artorious: to not permit I F. G. Sampson,: of Bxirdman, who aad after compelling seven men Mlsa Mat:..... hTN..? a ...
were in the place at the time n> .

Fred :Mw ley i is in trouble. He called is the richest in the world. his advertisement to get too fir is entitle to be?crawnel; the face twill with their bands defYCed, tltft rr. aai tfijr." '.-. rA(4:t.. \1#1 1

i for another man's mail. One of It covers a large area and reaches to away from home otherwise: the remainder 'orange king" of this -county. He :appropriated all the money Ic sightacouniiDg an the d + .1st L. ag
to about J150.
the letters contain a check for fifteen great depths. of his balmy days may beconsumed will ship this !>e.
dollars. Fred couldn't resist the Possessing/ value as a fertilizer in in the distribution of his : and upwards.A to resist but vas proaptly the tnalot w.: ..' .tt/ I

endorsed the cluck aDd restoring worn out soils phosphate crowns and coronets and like a renowned large number of other ;:rower! knockei dova with a blow iron ooe ot to be at1IM.'. W.s. ._ s tar j
temptation, ed a* bt htiee'g fJ. Yltrofeenel

drew the money and used it He was 1 rock ranks almost in price along with | j gentleman (?) of French lying in the j-iuae section, especiallyat jured.the robber's Another guts can and turned seriously slightly in- app>..fed b. .. .: ,MWSo .

picked up by the United States gold; silver and precious stones.It fame, find it incumbent. upon him- Mclntohh, will begin shipping around while: the robbers were going well bu she >e.1 .-.r ate j

authorities. Hence his troubles. is not impossible that the history self to even give Kingdoms a'Nay. their first crop since tbe big freeze though the till, and be too wa that abe u. .bees rde ,. ,. ...; r j
remain to odee aat: t.. ea teat 1
of Mr. Stockton will read word for Wilbelm der Kaiser says! socialists thin season. revolver.given bow over the Meal with t of her tether term r

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight are iu word like the history of the early 1i are not safe be permitted to From Citra tbe same pleasant story To* city lad a pep..hitlet .' j.

the city today visiting relatives, returning operators in gold mining in California run at large. Who win deny that reaches us.Captain WOULF>BE HOLDUP FAILS, but BOW theft elf lent t&t ."'WI"
U*.tft, the ohrt vttUr Im*, M
from their bridal trip to and later ones at Cripple Creek the Emperor is a man of brains, ? John L. Carney and 4W. M
or PiMUeM plat SM ***

Savannah and other Georgia points.Mr. wbo.-e fortunes in a few years became Nicholas, Cur of all the Russiasand ales E. L. Carney will ship from Single Handed Robbers! ; Night to Flight Watchman Putt mended dM weft cf blot n,.,** Kf i

Knight will leave for Ocala, their | fabulous. probably of Manchuria, sends their groves at Like Weir about :fifteen Chicago Oct 1.-Ore of four robbers ly, and x to tut* that .'>&01'.' j

future home today, while 3I rs. | If this dream were to come true to socialists: to Siberia or shoots them hundred hoses was soot and fatally wounded today Tote her .. neW for T>rt,*r) ,.... )

Knight will visit her mother ande.i"ter the letter it would be by Theo Ray whom they attempted 'B"flak
gratifying to Hasn't old Xie-pardon-I would y, Messrs. Hoyt urnley and Ayer _
to hold up. Ray. who is
in Gainesville a few days before Mr. Stockton's friends and to none Nicholas brains will a prlvawwatchman ATTEMPT AT kirON. 1
got a plenty ship the same section about emptied! his revHver at hii

joining her husband at Ocala.Times-, more oo( tban the editor of this paper Pius X say 'tis sacrilege. Who twelve hundred boxes.Candler assailants.Instead! ,

Union. Mr. Knight a member of Assuming that fortune shall thus will hate the audacity to question! the will i send forward a very of throwing up tit hard BI, Buftdtn at WeH*'. Fier u....

the Mirum Hardware Company and smile upon him and that he in time brains of Pius. Edward, of MerryEngland respectable shipment! and there will when comsianddd and began, Ray Crew On* nis of UK rerolver L *fc, Mf'ie... OtjeetSt 2t. It t. .WMi j,

was recently married to Mi s Lucy shall be seized with a desire to do says "Me too," to nephew be scattering boxes shipped Jfrom men fell to the street at the first! fi Sand that fta attempt ras BMd ** t=se* 1'

LaFontissee in Gainesville. for the others after to bun the ttirkoltrutiI: :, : great things the state of his nativi Wilhelm. Hasn't Edward got brains? various sections of the county. shooting at th S
watchman, fed. the World, fair nee e/ ".. 410 1

W. 0. Bellaire was on theistreete today determining become and shouldbl'Come Abdul Haraid is so severely brainy It is not impossible that Marioncounty exhibit rtructnrei BOW It ".(' ".... J

greeting acquaintances. He seems a greater Genii to the west that the fertile (?) product of his in* will regain her old prestigeand Confederate Veteran Dead. of erection there

coast tbat Mr. Flagler has beet to the Marietta Ga., Oct. 1.-..CoJoael John One of tie JHNr... purl .... j
to have been well treated durine his tellect is even now shaking the foundations again become thebauner orange
R. ed a man i 4 ealM
eastcoastthat Towers a prominent cltz! a etit M e. < 1ft'
month's imprisonment in the county beginning Eeam.bia'a of European and Asiatic growing county of the state. this place and gallant ex-confederate! the balWtoi lie ..... spl., an j 1

jail, to which place he was sent from sparkling waters, he should buildand Empires, while his soldiers are daily died at his home here on Tuesday <{ the man WB o e.ap.i, era. stl _j

the criminal court for operating slot equip a railway, and hugging the wallowing in human gore, the lifeblood Spent More Than 1000. ternon of pneumonia. Colonel Tor- enl shots wertkorawchly. 11.d at !t: >oF t'I'I
Gutr .
west coast, should extend it on downto of babies women and old W. "'. Baker of Plainview, Neb., ers was well known throughout the I taep.- '
men. ]
machines. lie alo paid $100 and state and had held several betiding tad lMr uN 01 Uw
Cape Sable and at Pensacola, All, all to wipe out this writes: "My wife suffered from lung positionsof fonad Mrew ., -j;
costs ns a fine. He i now a free man visaionary trouble for fifteen public trust He is surrired br I aaitaAtag a
Saint Andrews, Apalachicola, Carr a- and pernicious socialism. Roosevelt years. She tried a widow and seven children with oat Tkeholered weeUd.M i\4..1.".
again and Jailer Joues says he gave numbrr: of doctors and spent over ,
to be as Its.tta s f A i
belle, Cedar Key,Crystal River Hon ,
Who in all this broad
no trouble whatevrr a a prisoner.Metropolis. ."" glorious and 11,000 1 without relief. She became was wa rvrsatly messed u,'
: o:assa, Anclote, Clearwater,St Petersburg free land is low and lost all PARENTS for
Mr. BeiUire was at onetime I not acquainted with the very hope. A friend OPPOSED LOVER. treeeftMtBf a tbe wvr< tground.

Boca Grande and the Thousand strenuous Teddy? Who has not recommended Foley's Honey and Tar ..
a citiz -u <>f Orate and a memberof t
j Islands, should erect hotels and pleaslure 3heard, of the indomitable "hero of and thanks to this great remedy it Unhappy Girl In Alabama Takes Hlf rr
the firm of Brady. Leis & Co. ;
saved her life. She {enjoys! better Life. ACCIDENT TO ftftUMLebruioe pan.
grounds, rivaling those on the San Juan "
? Of his
irrepressible health than she has (known in ten Decatur Ala., Oct. L-A teephac t
Mr. A. J. Joues add Mr. A. H.
east coast, thereby giving employment strenuosity in his determination to years." Refuse substitutes Post- message from Klmo Ala, sage Coat tifl When FartrweMa Wee M.ty It _

... Tongue, to prominent citizens of to thOllilnds-what then? shackle cunning, and of hU glorious office Drug Store. m lifeless: body of the pretty and popo- c h.n.t' PwttI Getty.NChtotga '

Fairfield, were in Ocala Friday and i Visiting the section and seeing the Jar IS-year-oW Maggie Swayn baa b* sj Se 11-T1w s..: : cg tt. .
thts : fcucctta achieving that result? Who I Henry Watteraon is crying aloudfor found !in the !c& of her father' bare of ...... O kne: .. : I. -

raid office a very pleasant call. I great things that he had wrought and has not heard of his wining and dining a Mose? to lead the parties in the near tiat place. Etc AnceiUft. .... 1<<11141.,1 I A

They i said that F field presses the being bewildered by the utility and An empty bottle of 1.Ccl-.i@IGt
carboH VBACB
Wash-oh, pardon the digression United States along higher and better add i* UM t>"" ewand
richest lands in the county and inconsequence beauty of his magnificent developments found near her side told tie story. six oeett ..... t&junofrtfndi ftI
makes the best I if -can any sane man doubt, for a bin paths. The republican party needs The coalition of the hay In whichth of the OoaHllft fcfc! ...
crops. some editor like
newspaper : gle moment, the capacity of .M r. a Mobes. The democratic!party needs body was found gate erlieae ocame t! I ered oa UM ttttle poser; bfteH tM
That the farmers and truck growersare J the Ocala Banner, should in a moment Roosevelt's & great struggle before I ..'
| brain color or sIre. And a Moses. In the nation and in the deal cottage to My fcu. ; when tt. Wal

already preparing their groundsfor 1 of exstacy call him a benefactor, what does Mr. Roosevelt of social- to her relief. work gave way.' ;.. M
say states and in in
winter gardens and everybody in I would his friends feel hurt? every county the A lore affair Is supposed: to be ( 11 pie M feet u the pmua4 .

I | ism. Single-hot air, ut, hot air? elates a Moses is Inee that section is bouyant with this dream .
hopes. If about ales Stockton
"Holy John" and "Pious, Pierrepont"etal. 'was Moses when the light went out?" S& Ran known to be deeply in Jon | under ft p6rUoa If the W'ftO cbc4t These gentlemen said that the Ocala were realized would it be right for with Guy Smith but her parents strc.mtrteM4 e11K 'r iit
Ie- bt.eding
., ad infinitum and "where oh he
are fljuaUyvindictive where cries, "is
Banner is the favorite paper with the ] the newspaper editors-the mouldersof in their riously objected to her keeping con. ouw In IU B ai4, wee I wasps I to
condemnation of I Moses now tint the very stars refuse pany with him. mother's boMa.Gonl'll'.a .
people in that township. public J
unload their the-to
them-fallacious theories and oshine!" Smith Is crazed with grist 14 We wife .*r.! ..: ...

tat but cot tArie 4 to.aM& '

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f lid ILISASSTH SABS1S. Local Editort Miss( Annie DdLoug, who has been !i A Birthday Party.A t OCAU'S BIG DflY, .

t = t-pending the past six weeks: in horth | dainty little envelope: found its S, A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Carolina, returned to her home at f way into the writer's "den" Friday The Races Were the Principal At

Candler Sunday.. containing the following invitation : tractions. S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
Rents In Ocala are running up a peg. Mrs. J. Starr-- -- "Thursday Is my tenth birthdayI
Sternberger and baby The races' were the principal attractions
want my friend to come and play,
,*' In. W. H. Chaille, of Miami is have returned from Asheville, X. C., From three to six.. I"ve set the hours of Oeala'a- big day Monday.

.I kiting in the city. where they have been spending several Come I11lromise in your a carnage good time not, plenty in a boat of flowers, ; Owing to the lateness of the trains in Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

weeks. I'll await with welcome."
you arriving iu Ocala not as many attend.
)IN. F. G. B. Weihe came down Yours-DOBA PELOT.
ed as were expected: but gate receiptswere
Monday. personalities so far Used in
Jacksonville : :; the Of I
from course was there. Among the
campaign have been used by the quite respectable. We carry the most completeline
ones: were GJul.brllU. Irma
., Mr. Nathan Mayo, of Summertield, candidates: themselves There were three trotting and two
of Harness
an occasional Saddles
I Blake, Muse! Bullock, aary Harris etc .
in Ocala Saturday. running racts. The following were
WI5 t'xcl'ption. .
Livingston, Katharine Livingston, the entries for the trotting races, thepUI' in central Florida, and will give : .. '

}lr. Peer, of the P tofliee Department Jessie Wood-, Lucile Hundley, Toiu- L / }
Mrs. T. H. Wallis and children and e fur which being $100: our patrons the very lowest \ \
in Ocala. mie Annie :Mixon 1\
again Mary "
her mother Mrs. "Doulet Hoy Geo.
Acosta, who have Sprague: driver,
Phillips, Annie Pearl Liddou Masters prices. are thoroughly ..,',
Mr. Marcus Frank had gone to Rich- spent the summer in New York state owner, W. B. Conley; "Geneveive,'' ..
Jim Whittside and George Martin for
4 equipped fitting out
business. returned home Saturday. Allen Tucker, driver, owner, W. B. turpen-
r < mon!l, V a. ou and the dainty little mK-es of the
F'. -- Couley; "Billy Shehan," driver and tine and lumber teams, gear, n
beat time to Miss Cora Gritlia home, Edna and Dora Pelot.
When is the study nature of Anthony, one owner, S. A. Standby "Doultt

When autum turns the leaves. of the new teachers of the Ocala Out on the lawn" we played "Farm Roy" won the first seventh-eighth wagons, etc. l!. .ltl: ....._.......:..... _..........l. ..r,
High School ers, in the Dell, "The Pretty Girl's
Saturday and is
'- Mr. E. E. Clin of Auburndale, at Mr. and Town," "We're Marching Throughthe heat iu 2:193-4 wiuutej; second, "We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Mrs D. A. Miller'a.The .
::lb 1.1; third, 2:19. "Genevieve"
TM in Ocala Saturday. Land," "Drop the Hind kerchief," I Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm \Vagons.
won second pla: :e and"Billy Shehau"third. t

Miss!! Fay Cribbett, of Largo, will at- Mrs E.four K. oldes Nelson. children who have of Mr. and and others, but the climax of fun WitS I The latter horse was handicapped North Side Court IIou.('. . Ocala. I'la
spent: reached when we tried to "Pin the
tend the Ocala High school this year. the for the reason that he threw
summer with relatives in Ten- Tail "
on Donkey The prize, a
nesse have shoe and ran the race with one shoe l
'p rwm McDonald, of Jacksonville, returned home. bel.utifullittle work basket, was won .

I ii visiting his cousin, Frank Harris, Mr. *Rearuon-and is friend, J by Gladys: Martin, the consolation lust race and had not fully recovered. : ESTABLISHED IS YEARS. :

[ Jr. Mr. O. H. Jordan, of Duuuellou, prize being carried oil by Mary Phil In the .
I "scrub" running race, half ;
lips. :
Mr. J.W. Gates, of Anthony, was : spent Sunday with Irwin's parents, I mile dash, there were three entries, t

: towns the strangers iu the city Sat- Mr. and Mrs. John (}. Reardon.Mr. i The refreshments and decorations viz: "Dk it.," rider E4. Small:; : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE. :
j were in piuk and white, and were
arday.Ora.. and Mrs Ch1i Baker: who I i the best to be had. owner, John H. Mathews lj; "Tramp : 1243 to 125S W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla.

returned. have been No. 2," name of rider\ unknown! R. >
J. M. Thompson C.
stayiugat.Mrs C.Todd's
I I !i We returned home under the shadows a ; full Qts. 12 Full Qts. a

I. Monday from a short visit to lake I I the past mouth, now have rooms at j\ thrown by the newly nascent D. Hooker, owner; "Crickett," rider, : NelsonCounty.93 Hunting Club :205 $7 750.

i Mrs. J. M. Thompson's. j i Adolph tame, owner, Stephm B. ) Monogram Mar)'land 3 to 800 /
II I moon, through the avenues of J live I it Haane "44" 3'5 9.50Social

: )If\. W.MeD d children I oaks draped with 1lI",-. Each little I Long. Drops 4 00 11.00 r/
Mrs. Dr. Love and Mrs. Curry, of "Do,sib", won the first two heats;, You can't tell what we :
are the guests of Mrs. Frank heart happy, and oat of its; abundance EXPRESS PREPAID, have until you try.
r Jacksonville, came in ou the excursion bring the best, two out of three, win.i /
t Harris.Mr. I j making the welkin ring with Our reference, 15 years successful:: business. :
Monday and are visiting fling the first in 1 :1):; and the t-econd
l Alhn Rsd, ers and haby have II its glad song, having said good night, Q..AAAAAAAAV-------&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .. '
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I' their sister, Mrs. H.V.. Long, of in 1:07.
relatives iuPeusacola. I and kiud wishes fur happy I ----- J .
returned from a visit to many '
... Adolph Dame exhibited splendid
I i returns of the day to our graceful and
;,. qualities as:: a rider but his, pony was
Mrs. C. L. Bittmsjer anti daughter, I gracious little hostess B. JUST RECEIVED

Mrs.. Hy. Hobmson, of Jacksonville Adel, who have been spending the i j too small to measure srength with 1

: Is the guest of her daughter, summer in Boston, )I>1s8., and j i j J2mre 8i Oiataeats:: ir Catarrh! That' her i-o much larger competitors. s
The purse for first, was $15 and I OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
Mrs. A. H. Marrh.Mi. Charlotte N. C. returned home Saturday Cain
I second, $1O.The lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United i

: .- Edna Dozier left Sunday: fur afternoon. as mercury will surely destroy the States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, EggPlant 1 J
races were very animated and Beans Beets and all kinds of Farm
sense of smell and Celery, j
attends completely derangethe
i she
Spartanburg, S. C., where CVpt. James Stewart has returned very much enjoyed.Thejudges and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be : .

Converse College.Mr. rrom Hines, where be superintended I. whole system when entering it were Mes-.r' H. A. Ford, sure to see or write us before you buy your Early '
f -- through the mucous surfaces. Such Corn for spring. !
-, M. E. Rol.mson is back again the shipment of a car lord of phoa- articles should never be used (;eo. MtGay "nllP.. Tlugard ; starter -
from a two week's business visit to Abate: to d.VaunalJ.: He reports great from Dr. J. C. Boozer; timekeeper, j

activity in the phosphate: market in prescriptions reputable physicians Messrs. R. S. Hall, T. C. Hall and O.
Savannah. as the damage they will do is The Ocala Seed Store.
that section. K. Robinsonclsrk; R. T. 8i;truuk. 1 iffE. 'I
Suppose the newspapers all at once ten fold to the good you can possibly i --
were to empty their pepper-boxes on Mrs. Leonard Dozier and little derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Miss Nellie Gottlieb's Party. 1 -- J Ii

the candidates. granddaughters returned Monday Cure, manufactured by F. J. 'neney The party at which Nellie Gottlieb

from a visit to Mr. and Airs. Eugene & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury entertained Friday night for her THE CLUB HOUSE. j

a Miss..Fannie Robinson has returned Dozier at Jupiter. They stopped over and is taken internally, acting cousin, Rosa Karger of (Savannah, I

from Savannah, where she spent two in Jacksonville a few days with Mrs. directly upon the blood and mucoussurfaces was one of the pleasautest: childrens'

months with relatives Tom Dozier and Mrs Dick Dozier.Mr. of the system. In buying affairs that has been given in Ocala in
I Cuisine First Class Rates{ Reasogable
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get some time. There were thirty three
Mr. Clarence Carlton of Jackson-
W. R. Raker, A prominent the It is taken
genuine. internally children present and such a merry
,. Title, is in the city on a visit to his
merchant of McIntosh, was among I !and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. evening it was. Refuri)isled roug1)out.) Special Rates by Month.MRS. .
parents on North Main street. I
those who Ivisited Ocala1 OJ" day and I Cheney &: Co. Testimonials free. Mrs. Gottlieb and Mi-s Gertie Pey .

Mrs! C. E. Abson has rented the i I last night was introduced into the Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bot- ser and Miss Bessie Porter helped to I

of the order of the Knights tle. -
Badger house on Ocklawaba avenue keep the children entertained.
and will soon move into it. of Pythias.Mr. :: Hall's Family Pills are the best. First!, a "nose" game was played. TIIOS. J. BARNES, PHOP

Mr. Charlie Leitner has returned to G. W. Watson, Atlantic CoastLine Mr. Edward Hiller returned Friday A large cloth with the face of a boy I'

drawn on it was hung from the door. I
Holder has been made morning from his ------ --- --- -- --- ----- -----
at ,
BArtow, where he is a student in the agent summer vacation. ;

South Florida Military Institution.Miss agent at Crystal River and moved to He had a long and interesting The picture was minus a nose and the I !1II! .EE! % I

that place last week Mr,. Watson is trip in company with his family. He children, one at a tim, stood behind a 1

Ettie Cam returned Saturdayfrom I I a sister of Mrs.:: C. E. Absou and is saw the "bout" between Jeflries and the cloth and put their nose throughthe I hWEEATMEAT 3i L I

various points in West Florida, hole cut in the picture, the object
well known in Ocala. Corbett in San Francisco and says I
where the spent the summer. being to guess tile owner of the noses j ';'.;'- To grow strong. Unless we get f
that the decorum was all good as any .::: ( m
.tli: .
meat well let f s
good we
Miss : e fc. may as
Mrs. Whitfield daughter, \Veller Carmichael and Jean Teague I ,
he had ever setn in a theatre and the 0
Sirs W. B. and children \
Lipscomb \ it alone. There is no strength
Sara Whitiield, of Tampa, who have guessed: : the greatest number of noses. miJk[ '
; *"ho have been spending some time spectators seemed to have been of the l ,, in
tough meat of
I been visiting in Jacksonville, came in Xext, a big red apple tied to a 1) |1 ,, ; ;:.:; ...: ::.. giving ;
In best class of Mr. Hiller
Jacksonville, returned Monday. : people wentto lID !tf:". .1 ::,,. ;, ) );h it takes strength to digest i
the excursion Monday. They dangliug from the j i .
string ,
on Vancouver's land his family haying erea-1, I .,, --..,. r' II':':.' ; .
Ocala and their i! ''t; ,;::. .%,; !" i : ''''. it. It pays to be careful inbuying '
: Mae. formerly resided in ted great fun. The children, with isS, :' / /, ,
Charles who has visited : -1'-
Rheinauer, already Yellowstone: Park l.: (; -, ., '. '..
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:ti.- : ..; meat-be sure to
friends here delighted to see their behind them had ; ,' get
heeD many are : i I arms to try to !! I"l : : ; .fJ.
the in the and the Yosemite He
spending summer Vallay. -
i I says )+ : .jr ;, tJ ;/ ,::,} the best-tender and choice.
bite the apple After vain |II # ', F''t. :... y/! @
them .
t&taklll mountains, as at home again. that while in the Ryan hotel at St. many y' 4 !! ::::1
miti-'i. ii.t (. 4.7. Pay a little more if need be and
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efforts to accomplish end Leslie .
Mrs. Leonard Dozier and her little Paul on his return he met Mr. Chas. j I ; f 'f2..iPrr..iif.: ?

\ Mr. A. E. Burnett has gathered granddaughters are visiting Mr. and W. White, who was returningfrom Anderson succeeded iu taking a bite j --' I'"' ; :. put something! in your stomach ,

t from big pine-apple plot a thousands from that tantalising apple. \ "I ,, ...l111o. J 1 !, -<.;!J!;; ; which will put flesh on your .
t Mrs. Tom Dozier en route home to Alaska, where he i U engaged in '''' Uf';"' ''1 t- '' ; -
Wldous: pines the pant year. Blowing the feather was the next I a i.''J./l''!. bones and strong blood in your
where have i -k
they '
Ocala from Jupiter, Mr.
gold mining. Hiller says they en I riA./1/ i
k John been visiting relatives.-Jacksonville game, Lucile! Lindsay keeping herr! .

J Spurlin returned Saturday Metropolis.Mr. several feather in the air the longest. j m EDWARDS BROS.
: morning from Carrabelle, where he I I

.: ': Wd been spending sometime with S. A. Standby returned from pleasant anti interesting outing. He All of these games proved to be i' i Stall 2 and .i City )Jlitrket Ocala Fla. 12)I ) e.

t relative there. afternoon, wherehe left his family at Cumberland, Md., veryamusmg. I
Atlanta Saturday Supper consisting: of all manner of j: :11i! R.
where they will remain until Xov. 1.
\ y_ Mgt Hattie Dye, who has spent the' had been for the purpose of pur good things, was then served in the 1

1 f' **hlt weeks most pleasantly with chasing a drove of mutes. The animals Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days. ding room after which Miss Gertie I

; |friend at Pinola, N. C., returned will arrive tomorro'w. He saysthat For several month our younger brother Peyser! rendered instrumental music, i I OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS :.
there are brisk times in Georgia had been troubled with indiges
danced dances and
home Sara Davis fancy j
; tion. Us tried several remedies butgot
and mule market is
1 i and the hon
several recitations !
I no peuirit from theta We Rosa Karger gave. :: { OCALA FLORIDA.BOILERS ;
f 1Ir. purchased ,
and Mrs( Edward Holder have epeciallyactin'.
11 I some of Chamberlain's Stomach The fun was kept up until ten :

;_" fftturued from their recent visit to of a Moses being iu de- and Liver Tablets and he com- o'clock and every one present had a'i
York and are at the Ocala .. meuced taking them. Inside! thirty big time. e #
Mr. Walterson
maud for the nation (
1OI18e. lays he gained forty pounds in flesh
Of I "B holl! the occupant( : of the A Love Letter.
Jr. says:: : He is now fully recovered. W:? havea and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,
>- Allan i in Gainesville F
Rodgers is White House the record of a cleanlylife good trade on the Tablets -HOIXEYBKOS. Wouldn't interest you if you're looking Sawmills:: Saws-circular and drag, Belt-

'; |L ja the Interest! of good roads maehtnpay. and a Lolt full of honorable pro- ., Merchants:: Long Branch, Mo. I for a guaranteed Salve for Sore, ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

He will return the Utter part of t'ehiudhim-hand and glove For sale-by all Druggist & Medicine Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,
., rthe"eek.I felons Dealers. n* 1 311 L 1t '.lX 1) 311 XIX Ci SII 1'P LIES.
with Addi:ks, hand and glove with I Mo. writes: "I utrend with an ugly

1 t Mina Byrd Wartmanu who has Quay, hand and glove with every Mrs. J. M. Jackson and little Misses sore for a year, but a box of Bucklen's

'.:' ,spent the summer studying music in ring-tailed rooster in the party barn- Ethel and Helen expect to leave soon Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL

''(tw York, has returned to her home yard, with every black an tan ferretin for a visit to relali lei: at Ocala and Salve on earth. 25c at AntiMonopoly KINDS 6F MACHINE( TOK>?

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Camp Bujs Tho Lands.Globe Phosphate " " l lt1 "1" " " '" " " " " " '

-Ji'dge J. B. Wall yesterday heard tttttll

in chancery the arguments in the

matter of fchackleford & Pettigi1l'sapplication
for au order to comp-l tll

John Trice as receiver to resell the

lands of the Globe Puo-phate Co., for

cash and to pay therefrom their fee of

14,5fiO in cash. Judge Wall intimated _

s that he woull deny the application

but that be would order Ke- -
". cei\er Tr.ce upon the 1e_of the AXROUIGEMERT0
; Shackleford & t>
lands to pay: cash to

Pettiugill the burn of SlO.ixw and to
give their,two notes for the remainder 0e

to be paid as they came: due. The --e4...
O- -
order has not yet been mode, but ii m- U.r

will probably be done during the p-

.' day.What the applicants wi"beda3 to :: We take pleasure in announcing that on and after October = 3 U.U.

have Receiver Trice ordered to else -.
negotiations with Mr. Camp"o the intending 1st 1903 will be in position to supply all
purchaser: and have: the p:: we a -U.

ouster in chancery resell the lands ....

of the Globe Phosphate company for = usual the trade of date first class ,+0
cash enough to pay the aitornej articles to a strictly up to .

fees. The order of the court allow i6 -. I
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: Mr. Trice to go on and complete Ebb I.sate = '

to Mr. Camp and when that: i is = Wholesale and Retail Hardware store, and respectfully =:

., done to py to Shacklsford: : & Pettin- & ...

gill notes$10.0uO upon in Camp and for to the give remain: them- &&& invite the patronage of the people of Ocala and the section .=

der. Mr. Trice has already: on haud 0 -.-
0 -.
as receiver about j7t!>X)) and will receive

a cash payment of 5 ,OOO at the && tributary thereto, and earnestly request their assistance 3

!gale so he will have no trouble in doing .....

)lr.this.Trice has filed the required inventory in furthering the efforts that we have put forth in estab ::

of Lb --
traimcJous as receiver
1 tsbj .......
and his answer: to the bill of complaint =

but no further action has been lishing this business, and which we trust will prove of 3

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The sale of the Globe Pno5pnote -
benefit allIS =
lands! to Mr. Camp is far;3iC'10. and G to -

the decision 1r."Tri ;will be en- a -
abled to prevent a sacrifice of it. He c -4
.. was not willing unless G .
ordered by the C ....
court either to re- e1t the land or pay p -.

any part of the as its of the at.: 0- -4

Petersburg bank not arising from the I

sits! of it to the attorneys:::tauipaTimes. -
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Saved fwo From Death.
-. ;'Oarhul !dauYhtrrhad '
:' an almost Eta-
fatal attack of whoopng"cough and;

bronchitis" writes W. K. Hnvilind. ,
of Armonk, X. Y., "but, when all COMPANY
other remedies failed,
we :si\ed: her
life with Dr. Kings New Discovery titer- -d
tiv --
Our niece who had Consumption 1ii i r ....
0 an advanced stage also used the wonderful ?..
>, medicine well" and today she is perfectly e_ THE FIRM NAME AND STYLE under which we propose to operate, with display and store. :::
Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's :New G rooms on northwest corner of public square [formerly Alliance Store] this city, and we sincerely ::

Discovery as to no other P"
earth. Infallible for Coughs medicine and on C hope that our friends will assist us in making the same a houseword and one that will in all future

Colds.ed by Anti 50c and-3Ionopuly 1.00 bottles guarrantr- a a stand. for integrity, honesty and absolute fairness to all. --4
Drug Store,and
Tydings&Co.. : Trial battle free. m \ 'e propose to furnish only such goods as are strictlyfirst class in every particular and at such 1 .

"Sunny Jim." prices that we hope will meet with approval. \\ e have carefully selected our corps of employes with ::
M. E.
Robinson, representing e
the Hub shoe: Company, Savannah, a- the view of obtaining such persons only as are perfect gentlemen and who will treat all with polite'a
ttr-; -4
i is a hustler and is ....
doing a big business aa ness and courtesy. .
in this section for his house. He -U.
makes Ocalahuheadquarters and has fi 4e Incident to the establishment of this business we have found it necessary to absorb the General -4

on display at his office a big line of Hardware Business conducted by A. E. Delouest and we respectfully solicit the patronage and well ::
new goods for the inspection of his
customers. He has wishes of all of his old friends. -
inde quite a bit ...4.I
on his"Sunny Jim.line. Our business is intended to be in the interests of all branches of current industries m and around .
Mr. Robinson l peas been* connected --4
IJI' with the Hub Company for twenty- a- this section and to furnish the needed supplies for building operations of all kinds, farming machinery .44

two years in the office at Savannah, a--r and tools, phosphate plants, saw mills, naval stores manufacturers, machinists, and household fittings:
but on account of his health movedto a- -4
this a- of kind. -4
city about
: a :year ago, and his a- -4 ,

remarkable= success hrct.will/ be w" We respectfully invite an inspection of our stock on Octobor ist and any time thereafter and _
pleasant news to his friends in Savannah
and el where. ., promise to do our utmost to render satisfaction. t

The Very Latest. per.a- Please refer to this paper hereafter for general advertisement of this company. ::3 I

< millinery'advertisement Mrs. Lucie F. B. Eaton twh use Respectfully, ::

appears in p-- ....4 f
today's paper, says that the goods:: &heis U. S. II.ILL. -. ,

receiving now will faurprise even o," T. C. HALL.T ) -IfI

the. most fastidious of :the Ocala a- I:, inuiuii: -4 f

Indies The very ute t creations in tP-- T \\. SMITH. t COIIII.riiu;? the Firm !
long veils, beaver hats, :ribbon* and S. II. HLITCH.S. -tIJ l

novelties of every Jdescription are A. IS.Ul LS.L. .

among her selections. She invites J. KXIGHT. .-IIIII
all the ladies: to come in and .-
see for P ..
themselves that all her goods are "up- .44,
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Do You Want to Yawn. '
Feel cold shivering*, aching in the
bones, lack of ?rA
energy, headache
and .
great. depression These symptoms OCALA lid Yd FLORIDA. .
may-be-followed by violent headache:
nigu fever, extreme :nervou'sness'
known :as malaria. Hei- d- .44,
bin cures it. Take it beforejthe'disease .--t I

gets a fair hold, though it will _. -4,
work a cure in anyjstage. J.|..\.. Hep- a- --
kins. Manchester. gKan.. writes'l! 'II4J
have used your greatmediemerHeT-I -
bine for several .
years. Tbl'rl'L1 -III# J
nothing mil-ari-a
eh'IUs'ISd p-
fever, headache, bihousnes, and for a p'"
blood-purifying tonic, there is II -

Drug as Stroe good., and SOc.Tjdings Anti-Mouopoly& Co.nothing m :r1".4'1" -" ,." " " ,.......,.." .'.'.. '.'.," ',." ,',' ,.'.'.,.,',.,.,.," ," '- j

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I lit! ;' VOL.XXYII, NO. 10 -

: f I1iju ELIZABETH HASSIS. Losal E ito: I I -
H0RDW0HE COMPANYA of those behind that well Known I I Back From Europe.

! i J{ HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.' The Ocala Team Won the last Game institution. I Mr. Ben Rheiuauer, after an absence

of the Season By A Score of | Tournament of the Ocals Gun Club New Ocala Institution-Personnel )fr. Rawls i is a native of Fernan- of four months", returned home

I )hIr Alfred Ayer returned home Nine to Nothing. Was Very Succeasful. cf Firm's Members. diua, is; a nephew of Capt. A. O. I Monday. Mr. Rheiuauer pent most

: This new firm opened Its doors MacDontll, and Ua splendid tjpeof of the time at his old home
t'j yesterday. After the automobile races at the The Ocala Gun Club held iu first on I II in Germany
of October 1st. a man. But he also vhiea1ln France
: Mr. GeGrge F. Ditmar, Holder, Driving Park Tuesday afternoon the tournament Wednesday. It was avery
It promises to become to the interior The last, but by no means least en I and other European countries. The
spectators were treated successful meeting, some of the
1I'lSinOcaliye'lterday. an exceptional -
: t f and exciting game of baseball best shots! from Tampa, Leesburg and of Florida what the :rf.: B. Hub- the list of those comprising the new past four weeks he spent in New ,

'I Mr. Guy Toph, of Tampa, is vi iiI between Chic Acosta's Roselaudsand Jacksonville taking par[. bard Hardware Company i is to Jacksonville firm, is the name of L J. Knight.. 'York City. Mr. Rbeinauer had a

I, jng his parent* iu this city. the O alas. The Jacksonville There were eight events !seven of and the Baird Hardware Company Mr. Knight, though a young man, mo delightful: summer but says he is

,' is to Gainesville. has large experience in the hardware glad to be home again. HU friendsare
boys were not in being sw eep-stake shooting In
: : airs F. (LB. Weine and son Karl, their usual: 1 good 1 I business and will have
form accordauce As it is destined to grow into one active direction welcoming him back most gladly.To .
but with
the bad
, Jacksonville. they put up the best pub1i program -
k returned to game
bav ( of our largest business institutions of the firm's business.Mr. : .
, hey could, and the home team's I I and a special event of 25 targets.
, J E. B. Shipinau, of Lawty, iat 1 The feature of the we have thought that the personnel Knight is a new citizen among Build a New House.
, Mr. victory was entirely due to their J j'I day was the excellent -
good 1 of the individuals us and this paper: hopes that he will Saturday. C. J. Phillips began
, t of bU: father at the Montet constituting the
1 the guest fielding; and batting. .. shooting of Mr. Fttirhead, of
I firm may interest our readers. enjoy his full share of the prosperitythat the erection of a new house on South
i xnma.Mr. tt'cialmention; should be made of Jacksonville, who broke eighty-one
I First! on the list! appears the name we all feel sure is in store for our Third street, this side of Mr. VernanClyatt's
I R.O. Gilchrist, of Philadelphia, Wheeler's excellent pitching and I ((81)) targets straight, which is probay !)- i I
;; of Richard S. Hall, whose business house.
: eta among the Ocala House visitors Johnnie Pelot's good all-round shortstop the best run ever made in Florida city.The
career reads almost like a romance. Ocala Banner bids for the Mrs. Phillips' boarding house has
, > work. Wheeler by an amateur. l
, f on Tuesday. was in his old Mr. Hall is a native of North caro-I 1 Marion Hardware Company a useful, become so popular that they are having !
:t form and let I the Roselands down Clarence Camp, Jack Camp and
: t Mu)9) Emily 8tot bury entertained Lou did lina, that old state HO famous for itsJong honorable and prosper career. to build a new house to accommodate
, ; 1 without H single hit to their credit. Hairy the best shooting the
, whist club line of conservative, rugged and some of their many boarders.
't. bridge pleasantly
the very
Pelot contingent, and
I '" closed out the opposing aide fairly upheld I Croke into His Ho sa.
Friday afternoon. the reputation of magnificent men-the noble bulwarks S. Le Quinn of Cavendish' Vt. .
I twice by lightning stops and the Ocala Gun waa
accurate Never Ask Advice.When .
I : t throws first Club. I I ot a stat rubbed of his customary health by in.

' < Justice of the Peace R. i3. Shortt' to when the visitors He has not only inherited but lived vai-ion of Chronic Constipation. When you have a cough or cold '1

: ; t' ridge, of Citra, made this ottice a were on the verge of crossing: the Mr. Monroe, of Tampa, is a fine there long enough to thoroughly imbibe Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into don't ask what! is good for it and get
plate. shot and we hope to see him often his house, his .
, trouble
; pleasant call Tuesday. | the splendid characteristics of was arrested some medicine with little or no merit

: i First inning, Roseland at the bat. ]I I shooting in Ocala, its citizenship.He and now he's entirely cured They're and perhaps dan ..rou Ask! for Fo- J

I Mrs. J. Williams and baby, M ho Gardner was given a base on four bad Our Leel url{ friends only shot half guaranteed to cl1rp.--'.at Anti Monopoly
ley's Honey and Tar, the
moved from North greatest
: Carolina Drug Store and
to Tydihg-i i & Co.
i have been summering in North Caroliua balls, stole! second aud thrown day as they unfortunately had to return -' m
was throat and lung remedy it
Georgia and cures
came to Florida aoout I J
: t are at home again. UUtrying to do ths stiu-i tiling with by the afternoon train. fourteen years ago bringing with him )Ir. F. B. Coogler, of Brooksville, coughs and colds quickly. Pohtoffice '

third. Gilbert The magazine trap was used duringthe : was in Ocala
aud Acosta yesterday.
: f MillS Ruby Moore, of Jacksonville, fanned. as his stock in trade indomitable! energy 4 Drug Sore.
I For Ocala Ford hit whole day" but the dub had provided --- J
: I t who was an atteudaut at the Porter- safay: pn third a good character and a substau-1: "' 1tI

, f f. 'Collier wedding, returned home yesterday. best, took stcuud when Pelot was hit a battery of expert traps: in the I tial, well earned business", repuUUoc: j .

,. by the pitcher, went to third ou event. of IUJ'thiog going wrong withit. but almost without a dollar.! -'MlllI MRS 'LT ) ; l

Yogi's out and tallied the first ruu on n! TOMPKINS.Fine
, ". MrsW'. J. Lohrig and children re- The grounds of the OjaU Gun Club By intuition he iusrautly saw the .
I t a pasted bail. 31
popped t1.nea..y I
tamed yesterday from Tennessee up great po-ibiities! that the navelstores
I : are !second to none in the state and
one to the pitcher and Wheeler -
, There they have been spending the business presented I und actel
the club
struck can puts team of five men
I : out. his Millnery in: the choice of the
upon j'jilgnit-nt
, gammer. Ouiy three of the visitors raced the up who can hold their own against: I Measured iu the coin of accordingly.the realm ; finest markets in the world, and the

: Col. Sic B.irco and family, who pitcher in the second inning aud any other club in the state. as ; work a dream of art.. A complete
the result of his sagacity and keenbugloss !
I : have been spendiug bowe time at none of them reached first base. Iu I The following are the scores: I success! Styles novel and artistic,
t acumen it is couervativeestiuiate
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: ;., Litbia Springs:, G*., returned home Ot'ata'd half, Shipnuu and Goodew Event Jo. 1-15 targets.: I : defying competition and surpassing ,
, Fairhead 14 to place hU accumulations: '

, .f, yesterday. w cavils retired. Peyser put a s ife Lang 14 at two hundred and fifty thousand comparison Try
Howell I : MRS- L.
, : Mrs. Richard who has one to left field,stole second and crossed : dollar TOMPKIXS
, Randolph 12 ; for
I 'I your winter hat. You must lJe.f .
,t f been in Atlanta has the plate while the !{ ,, lalJdl were Lees 11 Mr. Hall
summering returned C. Camp 13 is a metnbsrof the Marion f pleased. Do not buy until you have

:i -'. much to the delight her running aftet And;r!>tU' in-fieM Lit Hairy 13 Hardware Coiupauy' because he thinks t i visited her store. .
Again in the third J. Camp 13 )
I numerous friends. inningouy three the fcuterpri-s will develop into a--
, auus 4 I
I Jacksonville mtn faced the pitcher,, Monroe 13 prosperous one and in aldition will :j

: Miss!Sue: Barco leaves tomorrow fur and were set down as in the prt'louIIinning. : Crosby 6 help aloes the growth of the town i iI i II Opposite Pittman s Furniture store, corner Ft. King I
McKay 11 I I ave and :Magnolia, street and Lid Jon's Livery stable
I I Sew York City, where she will attendMiss U...ala, increased her lead in i Paduett 12 along which line none of our citizens j j

:I ; Gardener's! school on Fifth this:! inning by two more shorts made Ford 5 are more active.
II I Event No. 2-20 target. I
I avenue for three months. by Vogtaud Morris. Fairhead IS I Maj. T. C. Hall's name nest appears : .
'. In the fourth inning Gardner<< was Howell 14 I among those comprising' the j -
: \ )Ir M. E. Robiuion and daughter, I
Randolph 15
out from short! to first. Gilbert took firm.
i Rosebud! after a few wetk'a visit: i iu Haley 16 Tel Us YourFurniture
, Atlanta first on au error by first, stole second C. Camp 13 Like his brother, Major Hall is alsoa ;
aud Savannah
r re- J. Camp 1'J
rI I tunnel home yesterday. and reached third ou out by AiOsta.Hitchcocs Monroe 17 native of the old North State and

i t --__ hit a hint grounder to Lang '" 14 the career of each has been along Troubles!

i: 1 Mrs. Turner, of Lake Sixteen, who short which Pelot put to first! retiringthe Lees McKay 14 IU similar lin{and fortune has smiled I

t I' bu been visiting her sisters, Mrs. W. side without a run. Ocala was Sands b but a little more benignantly upon :

: K. Zewadakl and Mrs. Carrie Long, shut! out, this time. XoiJody'a able hall 14 the one than upon the other.lar .
Padgett 11Crosby And we will prove to you that they are not troubles at all,
t returned home to reach tir t. 11 }
yesterday. Hall
has acquired a magnificent -
but of the When
i Ford 9 wanderings imagination. you imagine you ',
' i Mrs. G. The Roselands went down without So. business reputatIOn and will exercise have furniture troubles it is a delusion and one that is easily! "dispelled. .
( Event 3
J. Crom and children returned -15 targets. "
: a run again in the fifth, while Ocala Fairhead. 14 general supervision over the Come around to our store and let us explain to you how

I home Friday afternoon from still further increased her lead by Monroe 12 new firm's business.Mr. easy it is to furnish your house at a very reasonable cost and
i: ,< Hendersonville, N. C., where they Randolph 11 I without much advance capital. We will sell jou furniture (if ,
i runs by Ford and Pelot made by hits 13 T. E. Bridges, partner number
hate been spending the past two you desire it) on the !small weekly payment plan at prices lower i
' ;, by Ford, Pelot and ilorris. Neither c. Camp 14McKay three iu the business!, is from the than other houses will ask you for the same goods cash down. iTo
: months. 9
side scored in the sixth. The visitors Padgett 10 staid old hills of Georgia but has pent l be convinced that the above is not the ideal dream of a

I Arthur Robinson, an escaped (con got a man as tarts: third base again Lees! 10 the most of his life in the salubrious theorist call and see what we have to offer and the price we ask.
, ,let Crabs 12 Yours for Business, I
was overtaken by Deputy Hu:-
; iu the seventh, but the third man sands. 7 climate of Florida. fI
I no at Feruaudina and is now helping was out by another fast pickup by En'nt0.. 3-.0 target/; For fourteen years Mr. Bridges has

I II f along toe good roads movement ic Pelot and a lightning throw (to first. Fairhead 16 been what is known as "r cruiling

,,, .r.". this county, In this inning on three hits and an C.Haley Lees Camp 12 19 Is officer" for the state convicts and hasan )!I J. A. PITTMAt & SON. 1 z,

t Miss Emma Berber, who has beeu error Ocala add-d two more runs toher Randolph 17 extensive acquaintance throughout I

;. visiting fur the past six weeks at her score, and still another one in the Mouroe 17 the state and especially among I .1IUZ.U .

I, I old I home in Kentucky, returned eighth. Three Roselands were retired B4ll McKay 16 12 the turpentine and phosphate operators lU'ILDI.VG. OCA Li, FLORIDA, j j ,

home yesterday. During her absenceM at first base in the ninth, and Ford 13 and this acquaintance will in 1 .
, 19
Q Birber visited Cincinnati, the the game was called with a score of Padgett ure to the benefit of the new firm. j jHUBBARD
II; Event No. 5-15 targets.
Mammoth Cave and other points of nine to nothing in Ocala's favor. Fairhead 15 T. W. Smith's name appears next. I I IHARDWARE Ie

i Interest. She was accompanied! home In the fifth inning, Gilbert the J McKay, Camp 13 12 Everybody in Marion county Knows/ I I & AGDUFF 1.

by her mother, who will remain i in Roseland first baseman, had his knee Ford 10 "Tom Smith." For sixteen years h

., f! Ocala several weeks.: wrenched in a collision with au Haley Crosby. 13 10 has been head salesman for the A. E. J

Ocala man and had to retire from thegaml' Sands 11 Delouest Hardware Company and
For a pleaiitnt physic take Cham-
Monroe 13 thoroughly understands the businessand 1
krlain'8 Stomach and Liver Tablets.
C. Camp 13
Esj to take, pleasant ia eflect. For The score: Ford 10, is familiar with the trade. Every DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURE IMPLEMENTS !

W8 by all druggists and medicine Roselaud 00000000-0 Event No. 6-20 targets. thing used in the hardware business
deali'rs m Ocala 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 1 *-9 Haley IS is atlhis fingers' end and be is affableand Ii,

Mr. Joseph Pratt and wife were Allen Horton. Clark 17 popular.Dr. J i
tiaitors to Ocala Saturday. Mr. Pratt )Ir. Allen Horton, the noted impersonator McKay 14 !:). H. Blitch's name is a household

1 II the accomplished editor of the of Chicago, will appear at Lang Monroe, 18 17 word in Marion county and i in OILS, VARNISHES, ATTIY.ATO, ALL KIND 'a

Lwnburg Commercial, one of the the MarionOpera House in about two C. Camp IS the Blitchton neighborhood, wherehiil a

Standley 10 life work has been done, he is as LEAD OF GARDEN TOOLS
weekly publications in the stat e. weeks. Mr. Horton is conceded ball Y Ford 11 ,

Ha laYs the outlook in that section of who have heard him to be one of Event No 7-15 target popular as Henry Clay was in Ken 1 '
tucky and Andrew Jackson in Ten ALL KINDS OF COOKING S'lOVES
} Florida is! exceedingly bright. I Ie the finest impersonators in the country
J. Camp 14
' timates the present orange crop at and it will certainly be a treat to Haley 14 nessee.
In Dr. Blitch everybody has the
him. He will Lang 14
100,000 boxes. hear give the play,

"David Garrick," taking all of the C.Sands Camp 14]2 most implicit confidence and his IRON PIPES AND FITAXD TINWARE, CUT.

'The stock, good will, etc., of the characters himself. Ford 9 name will give great strength to thenewentl'rprise.

E.: Delouest hardware business b A'I Monroe 14 .
Mr. Horton will appear under the Chrk 9 TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND STEEL 3

bn purchased by the Marion Hardre auspices of the building fund association McKay 13 Not less conspicuous than the others '

.. Company, and the stock is be of Grace Episcopal church. Crosby 7 is the name of S. A. Rawls. He is N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES PULLEYS,
Event No. &- .
: log moved to the new store[ of the l keen of intellect and quiet of Judgment
i C. Camp 20Fairhead
latter concern. The deal was most J' A stranger in town suffering with 25 and as a man of atTairs has few ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE
an inflamed eye asked for the best J. Camp 22Ktandley
. Utfactory to both at interest.Tb in business
superiors mastering prop-
drug store, and was sent to the Fu st- t 21
r new concern has the best wishes office Drug Store. They supplied him McKay 24 ositions. He has! been Ion g connected LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.

*f the community and the retiring with abottle of John R. Dfckey's Ford ,22 with the Florida Naval. Stores

*. ",tirm.9 Old Reliable Eye Water. m Lang .' ,. ..,,." "'".19' 20. Company and enjoys. the confidence Hubbard & Macduff Ocala, Fla.


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.... I Iq I 'I Simuel May aud Arnold' volunteered land. Our merchants" wiUt you horses I

'. 1 HJALA BANNER. I I | their service a* Mi- Cran- ': and mules on credit and advanetd i I i CCffiS

I I F.xract,; i dill's attorneys, but the meeting re-1: you supplies to run your farm You !
-' RAC' II) :n" CdUvf 01 Ihi = fu"etl to near them on ttie ground that i iI !: wtreadmonnbeJ to frujaluy and indutry :

-.....3.,..rn.. ..., ...."."., .t" I I t 01 while Puhijc chairman Intnictiou f the at theTe I! they wtT. forriijnerst and interloper, !i by both precept and ul41Upltand :,I

'11' ,,J 'e ; ,' .... > CiO.4fl;! "S"'cl't'of HOW.H ml voted unanimously their disip- 1 totlny every colored f.rm.-r tu \!! i
T"1. .. .. I..S ... i *
: : : aa \ !, "-
f. ; :.w. I ) 'J\ July 1) :' ( I I Eight ("t"jh .. j
I I--: -- I :: : I II I probation; of she ncho I, aud plrlgetli this" touuiy nhould l>., comfortably
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II I I t -- --- ------- i( the lon to : ppo-e it at ail hazards well off. You should b- th. owners taf |I I what af.ur ,.1* vj \, .i

Teacher- Pupil and Patrons I II sentiment to liberate the slate i The school was opt-iied by th" hrve I bearing orange groves and well stocked -j jI j. twih'x i 1

,J'--lm. :,4 feel Asa I little remarkable that he should have l last: *! between the young teacher: !|I I te: living in comfortable homes and :; She U .i' t

!\ \ 1 address you on this occasion. conducted a paper in the south boldly and the town fur twa years. Hhe was i iawtt'd I surrounded not only with the ueceaaaries i i! paid mc d! J

rule I dec-line all invitations! to make for hut with of the luxuript
advomuui; yi ur abolition. But au< his harboring "young personsofeolor many I '
s' 'tt4 LT.. .
beeai-e I am aensi fined aud iaipriauiird of hf>. If this intthepyein :
publi3 addresses I. it r4t't. His paprr was published at ana pleasant picture j

f\ lie of my ebortcotuings as: an. orator JouesUorougb Tennessee, and uenwulf furatiiu* in the county The every part of O\h' eouatv I.r',-, regur'e ( 1.

for such several public address case was appealed and the ymtng how much more respected your race .
and feel that I am unfitted u : .. .. : jxu1 ;. : .
\. North Carolina advocating the.samedoctrines. woman escaped on a technicality.Au would be and how much hettrr it t
work Bat as jour race occupies a I : thL 1 L ,Uk \\ t f
He eveuluilly moved bu act was |m?>ed by the legislature would be for twth races. Your ir: dr-: 'I ,,
BELIEVING peculiar and exceptional position in to prohibiting private &hoolt for nonresident would help our merchants; j"(IU
MOTTO: THE tA\SET., paper Philadelphia and ther his ; 1ht: u' .. I ,
THOSE AT THE TOr" WELL ABLE TO our midst, wheneter invited to address property was burned by a mob.It colored persons and providing -I would patrouiz-; the newspaper andevery I
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES HAS- yon I endeavor to lay aside may not tie out of place to state for their expulsion. The news of department' of industry would -_ ".-l_ I f"r ..,.. .. I! 11
TAKEN WITH ITS STAND TIlE OOMMOS is TH& PEOPLE, own inclinations and comply in I in this connection also that Mr. Jefferson its pliage&S received at Canterbury be helped by your proepenty. But to t.:r:4.: : Sum, : t j
my '
FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOB a Dative of Virginia and the: au- by the nuking; of church: bells labor in the fields was nut your thru ; j
AXD ITS like '
the hope that what I sy may k' '. !SOH'i .. : -
THJ BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE ther of the Declaration of ludepeudas aud other demonstrations of popular idea of freedom, aDd instead of wanting I

B'ITOM.- seed: sown in good boil bear fruit, in a as t-arh as 1784 wore than ahuntlrtot1 joy. Pending the litigation aid the and willing to become farmer- i *' ,i I' r In" ';,.< _. \- ,1

small way, to the advantage of both years ago offered the following passage oft n
rRIDAY.UTOBEKnSOI. races. ordinance which, if it had been the shops and the meeting hou-es *trove to tiecome preachers, politician I II

----- One of the mot distiuguished of adopted, would have entirely chang were elo-ed against! the teacher and and staceemeu. That would have ..
r Too ranch cannot 5e oatd in favor writers of the present day I ed the condition end the destiny of her pupils; rules in public conveyance "..en a proper and laudable ambitionif I ttv\'.: w ;oj... .'<. 'I I1 I II

of good roads. eouihera the negro in this country. The oruiuance were denied theai ; physicians you had had the proper ednoat ion I
iu a recen: article in the Centuiy, was as follows: would not wait upon them ; Ms j and experience to become ttucb. But fret:.

Senator Call's prolonged feilenee id that ha* attracted widespread attention "That after the year 'Soo of our Christian era, Crandaii'a own family aud friends you were; hu'kin? in those essentials.

h growing omnious. says: "The greatest problem there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary were forbidden under penalty <>f Despite the advice and friendship of I SCOTT & to/A NI I I" .. f

i is servitude In any of the said states otherwise heavy fines to visit her; the well was your white neighbors you listened lo I
before the American peopLe today than 4oeaIiStreet. S \ 1ft
in punishment of crimes, whereof the
Oiled with human filth; the school- political adv uturlirs and was madeto
Editor Koonce: of the Suaitfr it has beta for a hundred years, patty shall have been duly convicted to have
a-i been personally guiltv' building was alo tmeared with it ; believe that politics were more potential SOC and f t .. ... .a,

County Til1Jt':!, has H new newspaperoutfit. the presence among us of the negro." aailtd", w ith rotten egg and finally than bread, and readily became ---- --
It be
may not out of place also tostli.te
_ I think all will admit that the lrob'l that aeton tire. the dupes of these demagogue .6 .. I
at the time tntse sentiments !

If Mr. John N. C. Stockton were to lent resulting from the preened of were proclaimed by that great f Your churches instead of correcting i

open his barrel instead of !his pepper' the freedman entails on m of the and long-sighted statesman, the That is the history of the first <'olortd these evils intensified them, and every POLITICAL CHIPS

box he might catch more votes. white race a question more difficult greatest that this ountry has ever school in this: country and that: meeting hou,;e became a political 1 4tu : :

produced, there were slaves in the has barely been fifty years aao.; rnala.: That not one farmer m -- .

'a'or Thoma* ha! not yet favored to solve than the one which formerly following slates, viz: Every slave is now a freeman, and a thou-and among you succeeded I : FROM THE SIIIC Mf :

proceeded from his presence as a think should seriously arrest: your
us with reply! to Mr. Bedell's letter. "Xew Hampshire i\; Vermont, 17; Rhode there H not a manVf, in the south, and determine those that I :........................:
slave. Island, 953; Connection 2,757; Massachusetts I believe, that would have it other- attention
The columns of the Dinner are opento different I: theruliiarralIy '
build l
The history of the world is die his cone; New York, zi,314, New Jersey 11,425. wi>eif it were in his power to do so anj now udtlres-oini wa'p

its publication. of race antagonisms. It is no J Pennsylvania. 3,737Delaware..S.SS?; Maryland Not only this, bat every bill-top and ly. As long as you are content to remain out the bed Irk rtwl.. u, i..s -... !
--- tory 103,036;Virginia North Carolina 100ooo. draw
293427 the of wood and
: editors outicg. I valley in the south there ae coloredbrhuol "he\ rs try, h*. will ebop oil a fs 41s If !
wish the happy .
We new thing. It has existed far backas South Carolina 10;'.0Ij4, Georgia. 29164; will the
ers of w tHY'U never gain! t
could uot be with them but Kentucky ii,830; Tennessee. 3417. Total 75757. ,- for the education and elevation once.-AIta1ae.b ctMa f.Dlr.
Sorry we history and tradition reach and rrpect: of tile nations the world.
of your race. The taxes for the "a.
the "wherewithal" was wanting. tnese racial antagonisms have: not I the advice that General
maintenance of these schools give
are collect you
Tho;;e states then formed the federation t'aodklftt Slekloii'a "h'..,..
Not enough "subsidy." alwaj a sprung from a difference in and there was slavery in !'\! mainly from the whites, and is Gordon gave the people of the outb
every WUli. ia I*'y emtaty is laid h t* i M
the U. ts.tenat .
the color ot the skin. You rememberthe northern state but one. paid as -fcrluly! as any other tax is when he resigned hn seat in
: .' Considerable andy is now birg: I paid. *: "Make Money;j" aud I will of the nart product i*" .*..."'!*- ft

given to the onion. It is believed to "strong antipathyexi-iing between The next iLOs-t pro.uinent advocateof add, "Save What You Make." the state (ttoektee! t i it*..* U* f
the and the Jews, aud the I abolition was \\ liam Lloyd Garrieou. The school in this building haibeencondu.
-- be a money: bearer and those who Egyptians I : He was UQ1ij'd on 'be :streets: .;ted peaceably ant quietly for But all peoples are Liable! to blunders. roes tbl.. toll.... i. .." 1--4, I

have exper mented in this direction Jeusand all other neighboring na.Lion. of Boston and narroly escaped beini: nearly twenty years, and duries thai Oaeof our nest southern writers recently DeLaadN.s. l

!'. Whole pages of sacred historyis I teacher white 'ack! has said that "nothing has affordedthe !
setmivtell sitistitd with results. lynched. Reputatle merchants or period no or ....

---- but a recital of the total annihilation I no:city were members of the mob. been su'jctcd: to a harsh epituet. south better opportunities for .x- n. 5e""t .".IMI u..4 i !

Bishop Warren Candler i is cryingout of races He of therinipal Knowing how strong art-human passions hibitin? her recuperative powers than
or expuWou races by ; was dragged through some To have lived eaadidMt bsd 01 Meta ,lay t4 !
: the Chautauquas. He streets with aroundhis and! pr-ju'lices how almort impo her own mistakes.
against and volumes of profane history i is a, a rope
and to have made substantial progre wetk. TIM pop. 01 ,.."... .... !
;;itile it is for us to eradicate them .
body threatened with tar and
l'.. they are"uut for the stuff. He
says recital the same story. her blunders, show an will bv fn whbchoox "
des-pite so
feathers, but wus finally rescued by from our nature, the growth of this $, say i l

: describes the lecturers as "adventur In many parts of Europe and Aia the mayor who was compelled to if-ntiment: in thiS country, and par amazing amount of vitlilil)." I apply *. should IM .t>fa> tn.... ;

ou sportsmen discharging Creams in today there is a deadly enmity existing lodge him iu jail to protect him from ttcuLrly! at the south, I firmly believe, the same lan u ie. to you. D- euoughgodiiWAlalLrtiTne .

a ponder house." between white races inhabiting further violence. is without its parallel: in hi-tory. spite your blunders I am not blind to \
..MkU.... tad ">**) It c. .
are making though
the tame territory whose habits and )lr. Owen P. Lovejoy, a Presby- Thr greatest:; calamity that tan overtake the progress you
atra will be reIi-1, In itt.W! .
The Belleview News-Letter comes it be slow, and the successful ones
; customs nearly the same and tenau preat-her, was the next person a nation H to hare the execution
are ba,.iness be few I am
in Tbeprimiry .. tbut_
out as u"ual, but its most striking that had the temerity to discus the of its laws committed into the handsof among you a frmt
these, antagonisms break out almost that if had been with-
feature h the absence of that list of abolition: of slavery in the columns of ,. ignorance. As the ballot was plated you and thnMifb ,.. workib** aw J
whenever like the out schools and churches would
opportunity offers you
"thir'een subsiiizrd n*-w psper!!" hh: new pJ.per. His: paper was first in your haiuis th* coustrvativeelemeiiisof off. foretell whs 4tM iwMtit w'iI.* Rs.
have been infinitely worse
lava bursts of a volcano. published at St. Louis. His ottiee was 1 the snu'h .-.'1 w the nweUy .- member Burr1:-DL 0'i >. .e i
Crow has
which tl>eelder Mr. Oten of iI
After the Normans conquered England -I euttrnlltya mob aud torn lo piece. + n' the education ot your cl.iMreno Let me say bt-fore the eoncltiMon **.. I

hIking .-Timpa Tribune. the prejudias between the conquerors He men removed it to Alton, 111. It that they could exercise this trim my remarks, that there is a large teachers iff.ponibility It may be IUd that the >-ta.r tHM| j

re''d\"ed LO better fate there. The iutelligently: and cot become the reoting upon your
% The Gainesville Star, though saying and the conquered existed You not be which moved ibis 't. OH*
and preachers. can paper
officfc entered mob and the your
was by a dupes:: and loJs} of designing i !

I a good deal about the Brake- for many centuries and it was consid- type pre-s and everything connected and dan ero:] men. It ithis infusible to the lar:;e amount of immorality for Senator TilUfcrro WM Uuinjuttie al1'Ml ,

Caliisou affair, did not jrint the ered adi.-graee for the proudest Norman with it wa entirely destrojed. He that hu-i stimulated the sentiment for and lewdne** among jour of daaftef him a :

heart-broken tuolhtr's story )[r.Bedell's Kbigiu to jiurry the richest jurchi-e l new material aid began I. the distribution; of free :schools in thesouthtoryoursas rTbere is entirely ton much of term iu tbe fe. .>( ib*> fee \be& r
the publication of hUpap a second well the while it and you should bend your rfforti t.>
Itttcr nor the Ocala Ban axon Princess, and the race Hatreds! m hb predoetMOM have ..... givu tbrecogoitioa. !
time; but it was aptiu destroyed. race. The great question for you and correct it. Those in high places
ner's editorial comments.! Yet the between the ancient population of of morality It eauwt be.... l
sta rigid rsample
Again he attempted it. But as the me to consider is:: whether it is to be a should /

editor ntut&.ilJ the idea that be is paiii and the invading Goths existedfor press was being conveyed aloug the succexj or a failure. Twenty years is and puren ss of life. You :should al-o that there would te fto loj>*.(- !Is i

extremely fair.minded. more than eight hundred years.: streets some one shouted, "There goes not enough to form a correct opinion see that the young men coming on refusing N eautr Twl..l rri> U.. i

--- Between the Arabs and the Moors the abolition press! titopit! rop upon so profound a question, but it do not occupy their time in idleness. honorable treausst wbi..hocraU Lb. 4.s. ,

in addre it! !" The notified of Poverty and crime are its fruits. J
Booker Washington an Betweenthe mayor, is long enough to throw out scintilla- .
there were bitter enmity. of Florida ba. ia.........
Biptist Convention arrival gave assurance that it wouldbe tions here and there from which we As your race and my race are abid-
before the Negro
French and the Arab in Algeria his
predtcommti.Paato (.
given e.s
I admonished nia audience protected, but that: night the can form basic idea.Great eventsmove ing here together and must abide here 1
in Philadelphia today a like! feeling existsIt is reported in which it stored09.8 interest Herald. J I
: was! slowly. The growth of govern. together forever, a common
of the most serious .... '
that one that an Arab chief said: to a broken open by a mob. But before meats and developments of races and a common welfare should actu
problems that confronted them was French officer recently, which illustrates they had finished their job the mayorwas from barbarity and ignorance to intelligence ate us to join in a hearty, honest, bin- WedDt'ftt1u'ANSWERI.HUtalned o.ia ..a.r l'III! j: I

., the "one of employment for our peo- the feeling between them: "If on hand and ordered them to disperse. and refinement is the workof cere and patriotic effort to stimulate
pie especially in the north." In that They replied that they would centuries. Your improvement has kind relations between the two races-. a long editorial" ia Mr

sentence Washington went to the a Frenchman and an Arab! were boil i do so as soon as they had finished not been as rapid as many hoped and I am of opinion that these relations tion, "Mr. Stocktou... )I..........." I 1

one ed down together so that their remained their job! They were as good as their believed that it would be. But it must areas harmonious and amicable as and to the casual rr-a.... it woatd *'r
of things.PIMPLES. I
very kernel only their bones those bones word. The mayor publicly declared be admitted both by the friends and they can well be under the conditions pear a splendid editorial ....c hr .

would instantly separate." that he had never witnessed a more foes of your race that you have made which the past has created for us.
socialist but Editor Htffto I*
: Between the English and Irish quiet and gentlemanly mob.- Upon progress.! It was the opinion of many Prejudice can only be worn away by paper,
there is an intense hostility which returning from church Mr. Lovejoy that you had no capacity learning.But the cultivation of good behavior, the not a socialist; oh, so; a*'. jIeC' 1
And other which the skin
I are more than eruptions a disfigurement rar and annoyance haa existed for many centuries ani himself was assaulted and came near visitors to our colored public spread of education and morality the gettin' skeard that Joba M* ktoa tf ,

if ; they are a positive detriment is being fought today for a possible dying from the effects of the injurieshe schools can no longer entertain such protection of each in the full enjoy going to be our next Untied Ma1 :

U ;. to the business interests and social successes ultimate settlement that is engagingthe received. He, however, recovered, opinions. But learning amounts to ment of every legal right. senator.-Gainesville 8tar.

IL of the man attention and enlisting the sym and sent for a new press and in defending but a very littlft if you do not make a .
1'! they mark. Other I
pathy of the civilized world. it from another mob the proper application of it. It does not II I
1 things being DO YOU
Let us endeavor day by day to GET UP
II equal, the man On this side of the Atlantic the building was burned over him, andas require a knowlekge of arithmetic or
strengthen the cords of kindness
H 't with a smooth aborigines of the soil have been driven he fled from it, was shot. Public grammer 'polish shoes. You are ,
skin and clear amity and right-doing, and the race WITH A LAKE BACK
back and back, and back, until sentiment condoned the crime and living in an energetic age. Man ,
will ;
I I complexion problem with which we are contendIng -
now they hardly have territory hill murderers were acquitted. I makes the forces of bend
find it to nature to
H easier
will, I hope, wcrk itself out to a EUacy Trcntlc Kales Tot :
It get a good posi enough to rest their feet upon and Mobs and riots of a similar nature his power and his will. He has connected ,
satisfactory ending.
H tionoragoodU many of the tribes have become to- occurred in New York, Philadelphia, all the ends of the earth by Almost everybody who reads DM se'I F
wife than the a a a
II man whose face tally extinct.On Boston, Worcester, Concord, Utica bentof hu genius. New discoveries papers Is sure U know of the .

II shows the impurity our borders, there are frequent and in nearly every northern city upset old theories. Inventions crowd Alichuc's Good Roads. {L.j 1 s\ | cures Kilmer's md Swamp-RMt fey C*. '

of his bloOd.That's collisions with the Mexicans and in where abolition sentiments were pub upon inventions. The impossible of j | crut bDc,. M'E

1tLlR1Jt the real some of the western states and territories licly proclaimed. The mails were the last decade becomes the common A letter received from Hon. Allan 1.4 u.. L and tliiler remedy<
wi The blood
; !bad. And for the Chinese are massacred rifled to prevent the transmission of place of the present. That which ia Rodgers, of Ocala who sold to Ala.. -Hc e \ltiithsgvuti3

that reason without quarter and almost solely on abolition newspapers and other docu and of 1T caltrimnpfe'efdMiteenta -
very new startling today becomesthe chua county road machinery with %._ b teenta cenlury; 4'-
i any treatment account of race antagonism.I ments. The pulpits shared the feeling rubbish of the next generation. 1 corned after d
is which to construct substantial and years ,
1Iwhich IllWedtocleansethe designed cite these things to show you that and sympathized with the mobs; Countries that could not be subduedby t scientific reaurea tf :

Ilakinmust( the prejudices existing between the defended slavery as an institution of armies are quietly absorbed by the lasting highways.bears the information Dr Kilmer. the w* i

I I, cleanse the two races in this country la not new God, and justified! the persecutionsand arteries of commerce. Everything ia that he expects to arrive in the -U. -- dersped.atau neat kidney aad Hai to !

I V blood. nor unnatural and I hope ,to demon outrages to which abolitionistswere instinct with life and
I Dr. Pieree's energy, and city Monday, when he will proceedat wonderfully successful m promptiy eurtj
strate before the conclusion of subjected.I lame back kidney acid ties>
I Golden Medical my thought. Is your race keeping proper once to unload and put togetherthe bladder une j
Discovery cleanses the blood from the remarks that the white race of the cite these things In no sectional pace with this grand and rapid marchof bles and Bngtt's Disease.vbJca U the ware
dogging impurities which breed and south than the but machinery, which haa been here form of kidney trouble.
are no more prejudiced spirit to show you that the prejudice man,and do you contribute
your Dr. Kilmer's #
Swamp-Root Is aoe rtommended -
edema feed disease and and other so diseases cures pimples which boils have white people of the north against I against the negro and the sentiment proper share to his wonderful achieve for several days. far everything but tf you a w ii*

their cause in impure blood. your race.I in favor slavery were as strong ments? I knew that you are laboring As an inducement to the board to ney liver or bladder; trovtle it will b. ki 4

The sole motive for substitution Is to must do this by comparison. I In the north as la the south. under drawbacks of which all other purchase his machinery Mr. Just the remedy you neaL It has bee Usssl
permit the dealer to make the little InsomanaySo, in taspttal woii,la prtTatt
[ more most bbow you to what extent this Miss Prudence Crandall
a young race are free, but notwithstanding not practice. the helpless: too U *
profit paid by the sale of less meritorious only extremely low prices among poor pt
medicines lie gains. You lose. Therefore antagonism was carried only a few Quakeress, was the first person in the which let me say to you frankly and chase relief and has proved so MCccssfU st

accept no substitute for "Golden years ago, and that, too, in the sectionof United States that attempted to teach not unkindly that In my opinion no and easy terms, bat agreed to sacrifice every case that a special imaftmeal k s1

Medical l>iscoftfJ.I ." country north of Mason's and Dix- a colored school. This waa in Canter people in the world were ever con- several days of his valuable time been made by which all readers of Ibis jaj*
: have nd yonr'GoUca Medical DUcOTer on's line. Many of you perhaps bury, Conn., in 1833. She waa visited fronted with finer in coming to Gainesville who hare net already tried It. may hart -
la a tut of scro1a and cured it.* wntw Mr. apportunitiea than getting sample bottle sent fret by mail also a to**
Ind.Win. D. Shamblin-I took of Kemy.five botUttoi CheroaM Nation. think that the prejudice againstyourrace by the leading citiiena of the place yonr race was In this state at the closeof same up and starting it in operation.He telling more about Swamp-Root sad at* .
; Territory.I had.'ringworms m me and I would rblgckt ISY is, and has only been, held by and told that if she put her design the war, and you are largely responsible find out if JOhue kidney or bladder tr* fc burn them off tad th.y wotld come ritit back the whites of the south. But history Into execution she would bring disgrace for not the agreed to construct a certain distance When writing mention rea4ut{tau fuun *
making best of
and they were on me W kea I coaucencvd
Golden Medical DUcorery.: which took them records a different story. upon them all, and a town those opportunities. Inured to labor of road, and to instruct a force send offer ia this
away, and I naTtnt been bothered anymore. your
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse Benjamin Lundy was the first man meeting was called to devise ways and and brought up upon farms, you were In handling the machinery, so that Dr.Kilmer apuwc41

the bowels and stimulate the sluggish in this country who devoted almost means to suppress the school. HenryE. given by the government from forty the force would be perfectly compe. kamton, N.

liver. his whole Ute in eftorta to create aSS Benson, Wm. Lloyd Garrison, to one hundred and sixty acres of tent-Gainesville Sun. regular 4 iliitstau fifty art eent sold and ball--.a.L rood gj1M

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/' SUPPLICATION FOR A MOSES bfholil the ow'blill nominee of the I t thelimatism
Kentucky puhlica-ta, one foot on. Written I I I riot in Ocala. .
Sapp, the Santa Claus of I After carefully reading the Ocala
of Henry Charactenstie FtdE'rali
tae My
patronage, th other upon the pros i I The I Daily JUmitr from start: to \finish Mr.
Editorials. ;
trate form ,>f Bradfcy and 'Vilon. Hashed iSlowga threw it on the counter with

Col. Brwkinridna, writes, partly in victims of the awful tragedy that i I I Ii Within : I asixhand: bewailed the fact that his 1i
attended the I "THE PAIN KJNG.:: '"
and automobile races of the j Dwell
atone of regret partly by way of ICth competitor had to resort to all kinds .
of soft
July not !!
invocation tlr the leader who i is needed Madrid between Paris and '|I And of advertising to get trade. Those oho have ever telt it*, keen, cutting p.dns. or witnessed the intense I
but Let-Aeen Happ;: Head- I! suffering of others, know that Rheumatism i is torture. and that it is right I
the hosts of
to mu. trr Kentucky 'juarters and the And at For )tr. I "
B-lknap iron works many yearn Slowgo had I ly called The King of Pain

K: Imaraeyanu to march iheiii out in I )uhviile. I A Aud" made money from his business (when! :I All do not safer a!ike. Some are scd'.only seized with the most excruciating ..

t frnin i tbe t..>K* and vapors of the pre- Truly even? a choice of evil the he had no competition) but when pains, and it seems every muscle and joint in the ho rdl ieetiuu Kfu'uckiin will I Here all asunder. Others feel only occasional slight pains' for weks months, whena
the sty: ,
t ulliuX mediocrity to lnatlllp. And on new blood came into the town with
sudden in the weather
change to
lord as betwmi hell and thit kind I or exposure damp, chilly winds or nightair
kudu or the eminent and' the diatln- of iron work*. IIVH I And what he termed "foolish notions" brings on a fierce attack, lasting for days perhaps, and leaving the patient
m were we al'e1J!
t where the dull shiuea, so, And And about business, started with a weakened constitution or crippled and deformed for all time.
4ashrol Set, after all the : advertising,
people are To fill An acid, polluted condition of the blood is the cause of every form and
that ell w bl' look may see and ad. Chiefly rwpotiM; nJe.! Till !<>vel is Still And ask gradually won ovt* his! life-long! customers variety cf Rheumatism, Muscular,Articular, Acute, Chronic, Inflammatoryand

JDjre.i the sutlrage; and rarely does the repreHeiitatiou and: left him high and dry he Sciatic, and the blood must be purged and purified before there is an I
,I'i; Allt1.i leaders: no more than spirits rise above fee source of scratched end to your aches and pains. External applications, the use of liniments and I
r may bt HUmmoned front the va tyderp. its LEinWht'u the great mats andbolyuf PLAIN : his thick head and woke plasters, do much toward temporary relief, but such treatment does not reach >
i up. the real cause cleanse the diseased blood bat S. S. ?. the I
f Ihey burst unbidden out of inn arise bosh in their in. ; greatest of all
the womb of time. Usually, thought I t.- ril) a.d their inteliigeucttaking Eureka: blood purifiers and tonics,does cure Rheumatism by antioting-; neutralizing t
: the poisonous acids and building up the weak a.iu sluggish blood. It is
tiabldien! they are wanted ; the I into their own iuud-t machinery There must ba something in this safe and reliable all forms of Rheumatism. makes t
!E tbars:ter and the term of their tot'r.j which is Jeft 10 the manipulation I To the "foolishness" after all. "I'll try the old acid blood rich and the pain-tortured muscles '

t t her art' fixed ; they irra'iiite a I profes !politicians having much) I advertising fur awhile. He betook @ and joints are relieved, the shattered nerves are
\ moment the Jirmineut of atldir- I III gala and liilie tit l.,srwe sballbegin dolor made strongand the cntir"syhrcm is invigorated

!ffcnU;-5ven HS exhalations", of the !f.I lose- he dawning of the ideal : swer ( himself to the tituncr olfle and toned up by the use of t-:: vere:.ihle remedy.
4wu-they vanish arid are stew n" : ia pm.lic lire nu then such plaints as contracted for a small space for a If you have Rheumatism, write: us, and our ph: MCI.ins will furnish with- i
I that of Cot.) For out charge any information desired: ; and we mail frte our book oa
ii' hud her ,( Dreckinridgn week. "If
more; Kentucky \: tare are but as : advertising pays this experiment Rheumatism. f

., of them; though Colonel: Freckin- the law niation of the prophet, the sacoU certainly will prove it," said THE SWiFT SPSGinG CO., A7VM7A, GA.
ridge can rteall an interregnum when 'I cry of the q,,*t, the 1 lartexpiringtoucs he. --_ --- J -'

u was! !said, and truly of nitional said that thef lof politics the as IS) we ill;!know The world of I st: t Several customers came in and 1'j"if't'1"'t""t"1t",1"f't"1't""tl1t"1"'r" " " '" ;" ,';" '
only Kentuckiau dUiinc- must be borna 2 per :
| tion having a recognized place in the ain. Neither {;01. MreckinnJ 2) asked far the articles advertised, but r
ft- 1&
i piblic activities was a horse! nor this poor witness, will live to seethe 65 ('l'U be says they were in no way influenced E. K. NELSON & CO. !

It f new liirth ; though, sitting somewhere by the advertisement:! for hadn'the :
lead- .
But ;
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upon a of clouds -
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i been handling the same line fur a-- I
young men of the present! who might look down tli- while and husjh-it the
\[ aspire to leaderbhip in public life cannot may lIe a lilll! '-in our sleevts! high years and didn't everybody know it? Fall Millinery Announcement 2We I

I atruld it. They are engaged: for Where vioses-wbeu the light Iu ) Advertising: had nothing to do withit. Joo I
f the most part in fortune-buildiug. He went out? w here, oh where is Mot-ea, i E wish to announce to our many patrons as well == I
John fcj as to the public in general that line of
1 r mart be but an i inferior beiu*, was is now that the very stars refuse to At the end of a whole week hedidn't our 125g
sacrifice future of snine?-Courier.Journal. Pee-n i II
f wUling to a tredoui get enough of an increase in FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY |
f tad affluence and get down into the I live -
From Saturday's Daily. trade to warrant putting ot. another E: For 1903-04 2r t
,[ peakable dirt of modern politicswith : .- ; ,

IU poor rewards and uncertain RACE PREJUDICE AND THE RACE the : clerk. will be here in a few days. It will be composed of zZ 1

E| tenure. We are passing through a PROBLEM. and Advertising is It delusion It don't :;; selections from the most popular millinery houses in IS 1 i

r tnnidtion I) fid. The age of expresioQ pay ::: the country-everything new and up-to-date. We 12I f

.[ -of fcuuudiug rhetoric-of imirrSsive A ratio ( He now sits in front of his place of == are determined to give the ladies of Ocala and surrounding :::S t
( dedilU11tionwith its: doe- great deal i is being aid jut now the :;: territory the very latest creations in the == ;
and wonders will
triuei to be explained' and its seuti- about the race problem and race prejudice at ; why people == millinery art this season, and to show them how well :::Z i

tttut to be fubst:1utiatt-d-/iviug/; to in the soutn. It \ walk by him and go to his competi we have succeeded we want them all to call in a few ;i

lbt' orator and writer predominance It is being diseu-Aed by President tor's establishment, and buy the very :-::I: days and examine our stock. Watch for the opening :3 i
la the i>opular tattwin-is ytildiui the articles he has dealt in all his life, -- date later. -_ j
)()hevelt, Senntor Hoar Mr. John the ,I
tight ut way to tu epoch of business: and they to know it too .r --- -_ :
ought even v. -- --u ---- -- _
of eooinitreial development, and, not Tern pie Graves: Bishop Turner sod the b ;

Boutturatly, the pimirero of the newgospel others prominent in the nation. com if he don't daunt it before them every I E. K. NELSON & CO. ifc I.r

of uiouey and chi.'!ul i arc Weshall print tomorrow morning sj'eet-h day in the newspaper like his "uu =: t

either balf educated fehybters, or cor- extracts from a speech delivered by for dignifivd" neighbor. "Guess they MSSCSASTS' E:'::! C3JLLA, FL5E3A. rir 1
rupt ringsters. sympathize with him 'cau"e he hasn'tany i
the editor of this piper to the patrons, could .1- .
ia not at all .
Kentucky exceptional.In --
ill tbe etatca which have come uu teachers an 1 pupils of Howard had better sense than "to spend himont'Y :f1Jl 1 llll,! I ll Il j..llli, d11116Ul1dlII,.!, IIJltlIIIIIlllllUllll, ,!!!! lllllJllK 1 !

dtr the tall! hence of modern methods Academy, (colored) this city, nearly per for advertising, says Mr.
Klowgo: as he wonders off to the rear ,
Delaware with Addicts
-notably ; twenty years ago while he was t>c- 1 i
Pennsylvania, with Quay; New York, cuuyiug the position of chairman of ord. of his store to take a nan telling the >fvr ,
with Platt; Ohio, with Hanuatcputthrauj lawyer's office boy across the way to i 1 =
the board of pu'ulie instruction for "
each awl every OUl.welee wake him up if any one comes in.
the machine brought to some this county. It '

thinglikeperfeetf'iu. It the Theautbor attempted, to show that 0.4 '
was republican : : An Editor to Wed. t onsii,:tang
not the democratic, party race prejudice was just as strong at / MAKES \ s
Cards have been issued to the mar / \
which Wit first to discover the black the north the south CiliOUSness,
as at and that the to Mr.
am of the age of politic dicker and riage of Mr. Amos Green Moore, of
history of the world is a history of I end bad Ccntglcei;:;
barter; tti.' democrats who follow senate J"I Marianna, to Miss Willie Tread well,
after did and iiuitaton. race antagonisms. Mr. are eenatn to result. Tnea Where 3 rcur
are merest tyrous of Geneva Alabama, which takes : 6t tti
The further and farther 1 Reap the system m gad order by tanrg
: Hut the system has come to : we get ml.u. place Wednesday: evening October

stay; he who seeks office must adept away from the slavery period the DIngs' seventh.In : ITS LIVER PILLS s.
tdtuselt M its re<|airiueuts: ; toe very
intense this is
more feeling growing. \
connection with his brother Mr.
public Itself eiiUrtaimng smallyutpAth3' ( ANoTQNIG PELLETS I
Crimes for which so many lynch- t
fur him, who beaten, 0. C. Moore )Ir. Moore is editor of
and good blood, good digestion and good health will keep
1 4 qawi-t t thus mtkiiig itself Pllrtic.t'11ootrimluLt ings aud burning* are now occurring Mr. the Marianua Time -Courier. He is the roses in your cheeks Ramon* Liver Pills and .

to the roguery of the pro- iu all parts of the country was almost as at one of the youngest editors: in the Tonic Pellets; gently assist nature, Free saople and

ttNIlan&l.t.: lu point of fact it dismWa unknown twenty years ago. thing state and is a member of the Press booklet at dealers, or write U
him as simply a |"oor devil who
Will segregation and separation to, Association. BROWN MFQ. CO.
showed! himself unequal to the
{ame. solve the problem If not, what ial This paper joins with the press of New York andOreeneriIIe,

Shall there ever be amendment? will? tbe state in extending congratulation i Tcoo. .:.

Why, yw; after a while machine We invite an intelligent discussion and best wishes to Mr. Moore.

methods will be so thoroughly and noBDivertally of this subject from those who have i

familiar that there will be given thought to it something after Mr. "Watch the Kidneys."

no chauce for cheating. Each gam- the manner of John Temple Graves agent "When they are affected life is in
bier will know the marked cards in danger says Dr. Abernethy the

the hand of hU adversary. We are and those who as eloquently opposehis with great English physician. Foley's

told that the Implements of war will plan.Attentlon. Kidney Cur makes sound kidneys. POST OFFICE DUt'G STORE. OCALA, FLA.M .

ultimately become so destructive that Postoffice Drug Store. m I
war Itself will be eliminated from U. D. C., Dickison Chapter. proof
International' usage. So too politics; to the Editor of the Ocala Banner. f.t tMMMMttf f.f f f0.

its tricks of trade will become so com An appeal has been made throughour the S ***. .

ttonoly understood and applied that, president In behalf of the Sep vault Important DecisionLower S .

after a while, the players will agree tember members of The Woman'sHome that S
among themselves upon cheaper Ifnot % laJdngAdvertisingl '
cleaner requirements; the law Companion, being desirous to ing Insurance Rates to bt

Ii11 be Invoked, as in England to place in the band of every memberof Mr. GIven to Persons who do

enforce the necessary restriction; and, our Chapter a copy. The publishers not Drink Alcohollo i Ipa.y I

out of the mire ot bossista: and ring- of this periodical published in the Liquors

too, will lame something like a system Ohio, have begun a series of articleson -
of professional ethics, giving assurance they Bj a recent decision of oat of the Jars
t of a better class of public the "Organization of Woman'gPatriotic sit t&ionnca compaale .( the U&ItadBUtei I I

men and creating a more elevating Societies in America" the lower rates are to bt siren those

state of public morals. Initiatory number being "The United parsons who do not Indulge In the ua of I
good drop of water does not make the ocean
Ia the meantime, organization, Daughters of the Confederacy." Besides any Intoxicating liquors Till Ia Joi;for

BOM or less corrupting and corrupt is cuts of Mrs. Jefferson Davis and them statistics from all source show that the I TOne grain of sand will not make a shore '.
the order of the he who has not w of alcoholic drinks always pradlato -
day, Beaurior and the projected Arch at It is One feather does not make a bird
troubles and
made up his mind to do In Rome as potN kidney BdghstiDiscus :"SS

the Romans dolaying the ghost of Richmond there are others, one ea- does Diabetes and all other fatal kid I YOne leap will not make a frog .

h1a a1n if It haunt him and quieting specially to be desired that of the ael disease are far more frequent among i.
hue drinkers of bw and alcoholic terertgt IT IS ALL THE REST-* 'S
conscience baa
In case he a con "Southern Cross of Honor, bearing I
deuce with, the ready sophbm that quite distinctly tbe motto, 'Think I thin among tke who do not ladolftnthinv
!>. most fight the devil with fire-had 1
totter stay out-of the arena of prafltl- Love, Dare, Ray, Pray, Live. These In a recent address before the Senate alfe

eat politic, the term under which pages come to us almost as an over. i ii i The United StaUa, Hon. J. B. GalUnger i
ing ienator frosa New Hampshire, gave the 1.
Corruption and the corraptionlsts ture, and the only way to show our
result of most thorough InTestlfaCou
conceal theirscoundrelism pure of the Intended com
"4 appreciation made to ascertain the effect*of beer drink
Umple.Kintacky. pUmen' is to purchase a copy and paper lag upon the health and life ollD4t 4a.a1L I And it is with :.1
is no worse off than her so most things in life ; and
btt lay It away with our Confederate He showed conclusively that almost
itate The democratic party Is
areelj u bad-lhat ia, it has notnaed relics. Copies can be secured of page aU cue of Brlf ht's Disease were caused especially is it true that one advertisement ::1
beer and that other fatal kid-
Ita lesson well-it still balks)) Messrs. Blake and Martin's Ocala I INewsStand. b7 drinking I will not make you a successful advertiser.
A soy trouble had the same origin u a rale.Ai .
11We) at downright vlUalny-M the paper
"publican party which being the J probably a large majority of aaa Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .
drink beer It becomes I matter of
Times A 111.t. great
Il4er alanerIs the craftier and the A Doses :
of Benton Ferry concern to know the beat way'orareom- I :1
pmllter, and baa fewer com Mr.Owen Dunn
fQet1o Behold the occupant of W. Va., writ**:"I have had the kid & tag It* effect upon the kidneys. Thereto

t4 White House-the record of A neyand bladder trouble for yean, and aothing that will so qolckly make the UeV | THE OCALA BANNER !
nays right In these cases u Fouia Knvnr
I toget nia ,
-ttftlj llf and a book full of honorable it became BO bad that waa obliged
.. him-han! at least a dosen times nightInever ley's I Ccu.If taken early U will core ivory
behind np 1
: X X X That Will Pay
permanet benefit and I form of kidney trouble and area la hopa- X X X
'lAd lion hand and recieved any
with Addicts,
leu CUll h will gin relief. Irk whoa
tried old '
(0' with Quay, hand and glottrery from any medcine until Foley's
I and be relied too
oat can
bottlea and < can
rhb' rtng-talled rooster In the Kidney Cure. After using two I
an that U alalmad for liPoetofflce W 999v
Store. will _
; lrty bars-yard, with every black- I am cured.- Post Office Drag .,

[> L4-taa ferret In the party kennel; aa, m Store. Drug Store.

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t Farmers .an no\v busy preparing Mr. Edgar Pelot left Monday for St. )'."Oved To Be That of Miss Shaffiefd,
: lif Preparations Going on Among Formerly of Atlanta Ga. I r
heir Irttuc-f beds. Toe cane crop of :Petersburg to be there for the orange
the Truck Growers. BinnrcgtAsi, Ala., Oct. 1.-Tie
his section i is flue. ; I packing ?!a-on. I beds of the woman found in East Lake
The next truck Be<5on will gee a I'
The entertainment given for the ; Mrs. J. D. Pope and children have 9iiaday with three bullets in her head. Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded.
: Richmond in the has been Identified as M5s3! '
great many new arrived home after three month's positively
enefit of the Epis.-opal church at i a I
Nellie Sh :ield, aged 33, who reside- I Muscular RheumatismSore
field. A number of new firms that visit in South CarolUH.
Mrs. Stewart's on Tut-sday eeningast
i at :::: 21 Fifth avenue, this city, I

make a specialty! of melons and cantaloupes Via a grand su" c**!:. 1 Mr. and Mrs JTraeVnittier.. and brother-la-Uw and two sisters. Muscles, Sore Joints and Neuralgia.The .

are to operate near Martin. Mr. T. A. Diniel made a flying trip I baby, of St. Ptjtfra. uyw., ar? viitin" ; Members of the family made theidertiflcatloa only External: Remedy which will Sweat Out the
first through pictures
to Gainesville Sunuay. j j their parents! the Rev. and )[N. True Fever and Inflammation.Sold .
L published, in the and then
In addition to the well known growers newspapers
resumed only In 15c..50c.AfLOOBott> At>3 good Dre. hfgf .
Pleasure>ekers have their < Wbittier. .
: by tie garaeats: to: woman wore.The
the E-nterling*, J. )[. Meftert, SgS3&BBSBSSS&SSB8SSS E&&SSSSSS3SSB&383&&
duties. School opened last Monday:! i Mr. Peter Jones oho has been very ken found in her purse ali
Cots J.1.. Martin and
I fit the locks of the house where Miss
with good attendoce, conducted by |; ill, is now at.le to sit up fur a short
Brothers, three are to be some new Shaffield resided. Miss Shattieid left
Miss Estelle Lyles. j j! time each day. ----- -
home Thursday morning and it was -
growers from South Carolina All of I
Miss Kate: Walker returned to Jacksonville I Mrs. Jas. Harder and little girl, supposed by relatives she had gone STRAUSS' !
here last will 76"
tbone who operated year
to visit sister but the
a at Ensley. '
: Fridge:: after an extended have gone to housekeeping in the I I
put ia larger crops next season. II ifeter at Eosins said she had not !
visit to relatives here. Miss Walkeris Dr. Libby boos
bLast een there and: then the investigationbegan I
The ban promises to be large.
crop quite an attractive youug lady and I night Daniel Sykes and sisters which resulted in the identiaca- "Trje Figest" ROYAL RESERVE
The Knoblocks and Townsends: will
shall be greatly missed. were tendered a surprise :party, dancing tfon.Prior
probably have the largest crops. E. to this the body had been three
Miss Mabel Daniel is visiting Misa continued until midnight when
P. Townsend has recently cleared times l&Eilfled by persons who h FULL QUARTS Four Quarts
Lula Moreland of Gulf Junction. Sunday called for ayessation of merry thought they knew but in each instance ** $6.00 $3,50
in Colden's
twenty acres ,
Mrs )[. J. Rouse and children have making. JOSH. the identification proved to be

: especially for beans. X. J. eITO:160U3.118: Sheffield was a _.
returned from their
summer outing
Townsend bas also cleared several OCALA OCCURRENCE. member: of aa excellent family and as -- I

at Fernandina. she was an Invalid and seldom went

acres of hammock to be used for Fairfield in cut, the mystery of her murder Is !a. bottle of
was represented our Every
.. beans.J. 3lr. 31. J. Roess, of Cornell, was tentfaed.Miss genuine 1 1i

village Sunday by Messrs. McLochlin registered at the Ocala House Tuesday ShaffieUi lived Atlanta i
formerly in
M. Mtffert will have of the
: i one and Hmoak. Glad to see them taking '
for dinner. twtth her father mother and

'. largest melon and cantaloupe crops such an interest in our Sunday school. two sisters, Miss Carrie a'1taSeld andMrs. Pabst .

in the state. His manager, H. B. After the liberal contributions and The Tampa Herald claims that the A. L. Jackson, and a brother.

Baxter, is now busy clearing and successful festivals the ladies Jacksonville Metropolis is toting senatorial The parents died la Birmingham! about
given by
t wo years ago. The father was Ja the I I Ican'y I
fencing new land. Mr. Meffert is water on its head and on both
the Baptists will soon he in possession business with M. A. Bumstead, I

having the land for his thoroughbred of a finely repaired church. shoulders.! who afterwards bleat to Blnoinghaais ; I)

ttockfarm fenced, and the buildings manager of the candy factory of Blue Ribbon
We have new merchant in
a our
3Ira. W. McDonald children
Wilder & Bnchaaea, of Atlanta.Th .
erected. He will erect another saw town, )[r. C.C. Waits. )[r. Waits is after a brief visit in Ocala with N.Fra.nk three sisters left Atlanta about i

mill farther out in the timber belt. He two ago, Just after the death of ,
well equipped for the business and Harris returned Jackaonville years !"'I' .
t:1-u--V'T.: .
i* doing a great deal to 'develop thissection their parent Will ShafKeld! a brother t
wish him
we success Wednesda}. !Is still .bearsthe trade-mark "Pabst
and his fine stock and truck living ia Atlanta. Bach of Mil
Misses Annie and Zora Turner, of
the sisters
!n Birmingham! are ia aserious
farms will be one of the best invest Lake Weir: are the guests of Misa sirs C. E. Douglas and family returned condition as a resist of the

menu and advertisements possible. Vaughan of this place. from Ocala and will again nawa of the death of their sister. waukee" ins: a red circle. In the

Major Hockiday, of the Southern Mr. Charlie Bateman, of Melntosh, make their home in Fernandina.- It !Is believed that Charles Kelly .
now under arrest la Birmingham
Express Company, has assured: the has moved into our town. Glad to Fernandina :Star. charged with the death of Miss Shaf- making Pabst Beer I

truckers here that the long-promised welcome him as our neighbor.!; field Is also] from Atlanta.
R-v. C. M. Gray and son: Charlie,
express house will be built before the The orangegroers of this section
passed through<< Ocala Friday after NEWSPAPER IN TROUBLE. The barley is right I
next shipping season Since: the are feeling good over their anticipatedhipment I
noon from Blue Ridge Fprings, Va.,
shipments will be double those of of oranges. Orange Lake S rious Charges Against Victor Daily The
en route to their home at St. Peters- hops are right
former the farmers feel that Record-->Arrests Made.
years, will soon he able to stand aa she did I
burg. Victor, 0010., Oct L-A cfcaraixy
& commodious structure should be
before the freeze. The water is- right
and a company of iafaatryuader
Cotton picking in Mississippi has
erected. Mr. Guy Daniel of Dunnellon, i ia the command: of Major :McClel

Eo P. Townsend. : has had his house! I home on the sick list. f' completely silenced politics in that land surruaa:ed the office of The The plant is rightThat's t

repaired.D. state. Orange picking may do the Daily Reconi, the official organ othe fl i
Miss Mattie Gamble, of Ocala, i is
same thing before long m Florida. miners' nnlca in Ucla city last'I'
Huut, of the local
manager tur I'
her sister Mrs. Bateman.
visltiag; ,
night and v:th a detail of several: why

tkt pentine interests, reports the busing; Metropolis. picked men entered the newspaper office i!

in good thane and the output of fint Do You Know What You are Taking and placed the following under
3Ir. Albert Johnson and Miss Mary
quality. When you take Grove's Tasteless arrest: ,

.. The Fessenden Chill Tonic because the formula i is Pasteur were married recently at the George Kayncr, proprietor '
Academy has had bride's home at MUs W. S. Langdoa and Charles Lang-
\. plainly printed on every JoUle showing Anthony. :
an auspicious opening. The enrollments lon, Unotypors.7. .
that it simply iron and quininein Pasteur is well known in this city I Pabst
will soon reach 1XH). The iu- A. Sweet circulator, and H. J, beer
a tasteless form. So cure no having formerly attended the Ocala Elohardsca, foreman of the cccposhig
dust rial and farming departments: pay, 50i!. t
: High school and for several years past room.

i will be put in operation later. An GRINER FARM. she has been one of the successful The prisoners were taken: to CampGoidfleid

earnest effort Is being made by many and after a conference wiGeneral .
teachers county. Chase a.nj other military officers
influential friends the school to add Well I will all
suprue once
you the I
3Ir. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe roles prisoners were placed ia isaiwa
two dormitories
so that many olherstudent more bat for the last time, though. the guard house. |

!* may be admitted.R. Everything at Griner Farm is getting brated their twenty-third wedding Affidavits have been prepared an.1will I'j spin'e

with be flied to the district
Veilkrd anniversary Wednesday night a
ha embarked in the
:: along as usual:: all right and all
charging the men with coerdoa !
atlmldatlon -
at the Ocala House. A few
fruit and supper
vegetable commission business
bright. and criminal> libel Th

with headquarters here and at air and sirs H. J. Scarborough : intimate friends besides the family Information will be sworn to >by Tioainas For Sale

:. fit. Petersburg. His establishment and grandchildrt'D1L"6e Verna, dined with them and the evening wasvty Scanlon, of Victor. by
The business A. 0. Miller.
here will be managed by N. T. Town Maud and Master Chalmers Little : pleasantly open[
are tearing that & possible attempt to 'fI

!lend.1r.. Veiilard will also buildhere visiting their old home in Georgia. Ex-Senator Ffefler, of Kansas, says arrest the office forco would !beiaade, STRAUSS & CO.

anti at SL Petersburg, fertilizer Mr. Albert Johnson, of Alachua I that the populist party has been dissolved was out of the way at the time the I
soldiers took posressloa. I
and crate warehouse and will be one was on a visit to his brother and sisters to its original element and i its A force had
new of printers bee
the heavy buyers of melons and last week but after all his visitw.s members have gone back to the par secured and with General Chase's Wholesale Liquor Dealer 1

cantaloupes next season. He will buy for something better for he took ties whence they came. The ex- permission, the official organ will be ,

for a number of first class northern senator is and hid published as usualMUNICIPAL OCALA ;
one of Authocy's most popular young a republican is FLA i
"houses. Having made a study of the ladies back as a life long companion away in a snug birth in Washington GRAFTING.

truck business in France, the Sort h much tt, the supri-e of his many City. -

and in Florida Mr. Chicago's Mayor Makes Some Very -
Reequipped friendsvho rejoice over this happy Mrs. Sheldon Stringer passed: Frank Declarations.

for his new venture. event. through Ocala Tuesday afternoon on Chicago Oct. 'l.-"11 : could fire

John P. Coffin, editor of Southern steer s. Jim Milligaa and Clifford her way to her home af Brooksvillefrom all the men I suspect o* 'grafting"
they woud be Jumping out of PIANO ONL y
Industry is here everywiadow
writing for his $179.
paper l Thomas, of Anthony, were pleasantSunday Waynesville: \. C., where $>lie
'- sketches of in the city hall Ths /hat 1
'r] interesting features afternoon callers in our little! : has been spending the summer. Her h full of 'graft,' big and little-you a

e-" v E. C. McLeod the lumberman, will berg. sou, 3Ir. Frederick L. stricter, of know it, and can't prove it. Sounds attractive
very does it ? Well
boon have in "I've months not we will furnish -*-
got eighteen left and
operation ,
*f another sawmill Mr. Paul Fore, from "over the Arcadia, met her in Ocala and accompanied it. THE BEST UF ITS KIND-we
I 111 get some of them yet. guaranty
; west" of here. His mill south of river, was vUuinsr his brother Mr. her home. With these and other frank declara '.., .-, itso-butWE DO SOT: RECOMMEND vou to buy
I '
.?Martin is kept busy fillinglocal that kind- --
orders Joe Fore, Sunday. tions. Mayor Harrison has expressed '

land the new mill will make it pots i i- Our school is progressing nicely under I The Junior Auxiliary of Grace himself on the subject of municipal ": \V IYP K..,., : "
for him to 1111 the Episcopal church will have a stall for service. He asserted that s hands .., ,...>- MI
large numbtr of the able instruction! of Miss Per Because we have a high for
regard those who' ,
'nail orders the exhibition of the works of art were tied, that conclusive prof could try fn
promptly. nie Holland not be secvred of such gull, but durIng maintain a high stand in music and art }jecau't'

'x 'B. Snelllng and family are moving The hard road is i: neariug completion. needlework, and toys made by them the remaining months of his admin have for thirty five years supported the bftf' TIlt'I

In a house recently purchased west of during the summer at the, silver istration means will be made ta clean standard musical instruments have been our pmle I
It will soon be pushed through
*_ Martin )I tea at the Rectory this afternoonrrom out a number of departments. Br Therefore we recommend you to pay the price of a 't

fj to Anthony, much to the satisfaction I'i 3 to 6. the proofs are necessary to discharge good Piana Organ. No house can supply you "nf '

'" f of all concerted. the men the mayor said, ender civ!, on better terms than we. Write us for ca'tafoRu nf .
BLITCHTOil. i iJccl t
.... I nice laws. Steinway. Kranich and Busch Kimball
I hope to see ightlingale'a" sweet A Dubious f
e Compll".ut. The mayor declared It to be aa impossibility & Son, and other high grade instruments. t
"-, A letter has reached here aunouncJfe songs in my new quarters in Bat to w Prof. J. M. Fulks, principal of that e to get sufficient evidence Everything known to music. !

'. lug the safe arrival of Dr. Butch and and wonder who he will pick ; school here last year, is now principal ta many known cases. .i

% daughter in Atlanta. since I am gone. I guess she will feel :I of the Gainesville High School, MET DEATH IN OIL WELL. LUDDEN CAMPBELL SMITH Coe I

J| Mr. Hi.: V. Price, of Willis-ton has lonesame for some one to pick at. II much to the delight of his friends

*: been the of his Hoping to hear "XightliDgale," : here.-Arcadia cor Metropolis. Men sonville
guest daughter, M rs. I I .Two Fatally Burned by Explosion Florida. 1 l'

Sandifer, for a few days past. I am as ever, JCDIE of Gas.
t r. & TRAGEDY IN CHICAGO. pnoxvilte Tenn., Oct. Lspecial
Mr. Sid
, Carroway, of Berlin, was a to The Sentinel from Jamestown, -
Injustice tc Mr. Brown.It --
jjjfek caller !in our community Sunday. While Viewing Centennial Parade Old Tenn., says John Adams and Thomas -
was Barrs, first followed by Soldier Fatally ,Stabbed.
Charlie Weaver of Ocala Marsh were burned to death by an explosion #
tMr. was Stockton, who started the cry about a Chicago Oct. 1.-to the center o/ of gas at an oil well at Mont S wiieDAwomanieJs
, business last week.tMr. the throng
vast of people wbo we rl
celU. Ky. near there.
subsidized and C.1..
G. )[. Richard and wife visited press .waiting ,for the cent nraaf 'parade tu The men had just 'struck oil, and it

Monday who took up the cue is now getting pass> at Jackson boulevard and dart>t was flowing freely when gas came from ,

the worst of the criticism. That is I street, Dennis Sheehan Vas stab bee .
... the well and an explosion followed bas
Pro Overhultz and Connor Higinbotham g. just over tie heart last fs 3\Y'\ frequent headaches,a"bad c..ce ot ,
night by Chu n
", : riot fair. Brown did not know any I Karl and Is which both men were burned to death. f1tng appetite.IUs 1nabWty to sleep 1I'eU, a mo -"lack 01 t!]J-'
: visited relatives at Keuka I dying. ( Marsi's skIn tell from his face andthe not ne lQ' &IInI1o dire tamale ul. o
better, while Barrs and !Stockton did. His assassin who waS .
Saturday and Sunday. arrested toMthe bones protruded before he died. It's
-St. Augustine Record. police belied come from New YQl'lI Joseph Marsh his brother received the Liver.
The B. Y. P. U. meets next Sundayt to 'attend the centennial
celebration.TTio burns from which he U expected tc Moat,tail to get today
p. m. with its new officers. Let every Bronchitis for Twenty Tears. assault upon Sheehan came'whelli fila. at lOur dttrbgista a bottle

i member.attend, ,and bring, a number 3Irs. Minerva Smith, of Janville. i Earl interfered with him when haWM Explosion Kills Miner
f! trying'to 11 HERBINE
get a-food view of thparade.
of visitors. IlL, writes: "I had bronchitis for .Sheehan Wallace, Idaho, Sent 80.Two
wfco la &a oM sol
Friday" closes the first, month ,of twenty. years! and never 'got relief until I diet and more tha.n'eO, ]care old I ners have been instantly killed: and quickly sad gar Cly encore the Liver
I used Foley's :Honey 'and'Tar monstrated two others injured by the accidental fe et r'e otgenc to it normal foec roaa, ""p'
W school at this place A and. rannedlately Earl dre'lli new woman
program has which is xplosioa of a power r magazine at tskiat: the ttst bottii
Y a sure .
cure, ostoffice) i a Jack-krf .aad gtabed hlm.. 30
been arranged for Friday p. m. Drug Store.C & i.Earl Mammoth Mines, a abort distaoce from I ALL DRVCCISTS.
:. ,. < m I .Is. a&out.,45 yenta. of an.. the minoiz coauanj ol the Black Bar.
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City Now Celebrating Centenial Anni I

lrfa; .: THEIR. ATROCITIES. TO CHANGE HANDS 1 TEXAS QUARANTINES Chicago. Sept versary.28.-The celebration BIG WHISKEY HOUSE i

of Chicago's: centennial anniversary

Je fugeee Returning From Will Not Go to 'Frisco or DreadedY:1 ow Jack Reooi t I began today and will continue six ,I Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. I
Are days the exercises to end with a civic
: ( Hiding Slaughtered.
-t.; Roek Island Roads. ;oHave Appeared.CITY I mass meeting at the Auditorium, r1 : l 0I

:: s FROM HIDING at which the mayors of several of the = "::!
.. REMAINS largest cities will be II
.j heard. \ a-

.: Near ZUUn Troops Found 15 Return- An Offer of the Property to the Lines At Neuevo Laredo: It Is Reported that The program prepared by the executive "-:' .... t

f 5 td Refugees Working in Field, Tied committee: contains several feat ;.0.1 I
Heretofore c- =.07C
Mentioned Is Said To Six New Gates Have Developed.
i f' Their Hands Drove Them Into a ures for each day, and a number of I .Y. :e" n c; SS 2.
Have Been .:.:.. cQ ;
Definitely Declined-For Railroada Instructed To Sell No visitors Is anticipated. The show at t-
: Ditch and Massacred Them. I Oro
eign Interests In Road. Tickets to Points+ Nor*:: Lincoln park, where six tribes of Indians 4; v ..::: = a--.
{ : Tuesday Sept. 23, I :. I- R: e+ "=!
i Monastir. via Sot will live as their ancestors lived, -x = J>

ja Bulgaria, SlPt28..-Snow has New York Sept. 28.-The Seaboard: Laredo, Tax., Sept. 28.-Information was the center of great interest, the .25:_;: o '33" "-"*:.: ,<
1 ; the higher mountain Air! Line coming from Dr. Mariano Trevinothe main !-:. (1)- -
j Hen on ranges railway line will not be turned features being the presence x- "'1 _p 11
; refugees must either leave' yellow fever expert, who is conducting I =- '1 '"
p4 the over 10 the 'Frisco or to the Rock among the representatives of the six 5.
affairs in Neuvo Laredo, is I! F G
greatwtardsblpa. Island: says Tie Herald. Foreign tribes of Charles Pokagon descendant

banking interests given out from an uthoritatlve source of Chief Pokagon, who once ruled '; ; 7V 7?
t heretofore identified to the effect that six cases o* ,
the Turkish troops continue to over Chicago. O V'

glister! the refugees who return to&belt with the Seaboard have been admitted genuine yellow fever has developed Tie spectacular event of the open- --' I I FAMOUS AXIIKUKLIl HUSCll BEER -, j.

former homes at the Invitation to a participation In the syndicate in that city. Ing program will come tonight when -- -

tf the government, which promised which a few weeks ago acquired con The situation in Laredo I is unchanged. tons of fireworks will be burnea on FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES. I

them protection. trol of the property and this syndicate 23 corners within the elevated loop My Ji.oo Rye or Bourbon at.._.__._..11,75 :\Iy'" oo Gin at.... .......?...._..___f 3.""*
; Sear the village of Titan! troops Dr. Tabor announced that the entire typifying the burning of the city in My 2.50 .' __..... ...... 2 oo My :ioo North Carolina Corn at.... ....... loa i iMy
will. It U stated continue to 3,00 ................... 2.56 My 2.50" 3Ct'nDewCornat..2.o0 1
e found 15 returned refugees working operate the Seaboard as an independent state of Texas has now quarantined 1871. Nice historic tablets were put My 4.00 .. ----..... 3.10Iy: 300 3.00 1

fe i flelJ. They bound their hands, against Laredo and that /ae railroads in place during the afternoon the ceremonies My 2.00 Gin at ?........._.._.. _......... 1.75 :My 4.00" Of ? T.CO j
1 system.An have been sell ticketsto Vy 2.50" -..._... j.oo My 4.00 New England Rum at........___ i-oo 1
them Into ditches and Instructed to no being held to the public library
fore massacred offer of tie property to the lines The Jug and Keg Trade Matte a Special Feature.
14 of the peasants. One of mentioned is said to have been def po'nts north. buildings, Mayor Harrison delivering
'. This action practically isolates this In leading your order always send enough to cover thecostotjugs. Half-gaUoajug.I 1 1ganon
survived his wounds. The the address of welcome in behalf ..
them ref initely de<:lue: le women subsequently discovered B. F. Yoaiiu:: of the 'Frisco, will remain stricken city. of the city. I I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house F1c.rida.becanse I give good,ho -.i J
est and tall
tit bodies and carried the survivor In the 7alag trust of the Sea The streets present a gala appear goods A trial order measure wilt convince you thaf'we are the people." Termscsshwitbtheorder,

Wore the lieutenant! governor of ResM board. TROUBLE NEAR BLUEFIELDS. ance, public! buildings and business Qours.anxioustoolese. J. F. EDWARDS.

who refused to hear the story. Arrangements which the 'Frisco- houses being elaborately decorated.

One hundred and twenty Bulgarians Rock Island Gunboat Nashville Ordered To Go to '"
I properties have made for : t ]
St. Andrews ----- ----
; Including tour priests who had been gulf outlets ant: terminals in New Or JUDGE WYLIE DEAD.

- I'I'tl11ed by the Turkish authorities, left leans, will ajpply all the requirements Washington Sept. 28.-Additional jJ

JJocuUr yesterday for the system, and it has been -decided I advices at the state department about Supreme Court Justice of LouisianaDies I More Than a

I thai the benefits to be derived I the trouble near Blueflelds, Nicaragua, on Steamer. 1
is to the effect that a number of New York, Sept. 28. William Gil-
the purchase of the Seaboardby
American citizens have suffered ill lespie Wylie, of New Orleans, Justiceof .
the Rock: Island would scarcely.bal:
r Governor lola and E Band of Insurgents ance the obligations which would necessarily treatment on the island of St Andrews the supreme court of Louisiana, $ MILLION DOLLARS $ ]

i } Give Up. be assumed by the acquisition 40 miles from the Bluefields, aged 72 years, died of pneumonia on
and that the local authorities have
tie steamer Sl Louis, about midnightlast
1 Manila Sept. 26.-6:40 p. m.-<3ov- of the SeaboarJ.
f error lola, leader of the band of in failed to afford them protection or night Judge Wylle was ill when Florida j
reiress. he boarded the which arrived of Capital -
I nrrectionlsts which has been treat TROOPS AT CAMP YOUNG. steamer, guarantees
The matter was reported to the
; i here from Southampton.
log considerable trouble In the provot. --
I state department by Edwin! W. Trimmer i The St Louis stopped one of her engines this pure vege-
inky Albay, Luzon has surrendered First Excitement In Hardin County I
( the American agent at Bluefielda, I early Tuesday and after several
to the American troops with 28 officer ,
1 l and men of his command.He Since 3864. and at his suggestion the Nashville hours started the engine again goingat table remedy to cure or 1 1I

Camp Young West Point Ky., las been ordered from Pensacola tcSt her usual speed. I
l. baa surrendered few of his
but has promised to turn over all Sept. 2C.--The first excitement in this .\ndrews.The One of tha passengers tried to send money back. i i

can belonging to his band without part of Hardin county since 1864. Americans involved are connected the story ashore by wireless telegraphy ia
with a plantation at St. An saying that the engines broke -
'my. when General Buell small
placed -
a drews. The off
state department down and that a panic occurred
Governor A. U. Betts, the provincial 1
iiecatlre officers of Albaya says this detachment of infantry on Fort Hill, dais say they co not anticipate: serf among 'the passengers. The message Cures: t1 1

a short distance from West Point, OTIS trouble but the evident inability was held up by the ship's cen
ends all resistance "
pnctlcally armed ,
was upon. the people today as hey of the local authorities or their unwillingness sors. The officers denied that there Catarrbal affection of the
ia that part of the island, the reliel fl i
force of the concentrators been gazed in astonishment upon the arrival to maintain order makes t/e was a panic. They said the Jour nasal passages, bronchial P
haring /
The of train loaf after train load presence of an American warship ;rob nals were overheated which caused tubes, lungs, kidneys, '- .
already dispersed. hemp
? the delay. bladder and stomach. D
of of
enlisted men Sad their equipment
of whkh Albay is the main center -
been thE Altogether the railroads had IS AlsoNervous s 1-
h&s seriously affected by f
Isinrrection of which lola has beer troop trains on the schedule, and KNUCKS AND PISTOL USED. 1j

the chief many of them had arrived and the j
supportLOCKOUT commands had been assigned to their Thinking He Was Being Carried Past Chicago Policeman Fatally Shot with

quarters before noon. Destination Jumps From Train. His Own Weapon. t

; THREATENED. The dust is 6 inches thick over Chicago, Sept 28.-Oonfusei. it is Chicago, Sapt 28. Policeman Dennis -

, believed, by tie thought that he was Indigestion 1
everything and the soil as hard as Fitzgerald was shot and fatally
f Hundred Thousand Men May Be flint, making th ethrowing up of the being carried past ha station W. J. wounded early today at the cornel S

Thrown Out. ground a laborious task. The arrivals Taylor; a member of the Chicago of Forty-fourth and Michigan boulevard Consumption, or any diseases r

hew York, Sept 28.-Anotier gen- today were: Board of Trade and a leading residentof by one of two negroes, whom he of the mucuoua j
era! shut down of all building r.
opera Nine troops of the Seventh cavalry Kenilworti stepped from a Chicago had stopped While he was talkingto membranes. i iR
': tlon In this city directly involving .
; Chlckamauga. and Northwestern train at \VT1metis the men one of them struck him { r j I

more than a hundred thousand emplof Five troops of the Eighth cavalry, last night and met death under In the face with a pair of brass D .
I! believed to be a posibilhy the wheels. A.
Jefferson Barracks, Mo. knucks knocking him down and stunning Q'u
owing to the refusal of the Jour Just how the accident occurred is him. Four companies of the Twentieth J
Bijnen stone cutters to either sign Infantry. not clear. As the train was pulling! White i. lay on the ground the negroes tt -vAs

the arbitration plan of the Building Seven hundred men of the Thlr out of tvUmette he Jumped from his beat him nearly to death with a.Tonicit -

Trade Employers' association |or tc and 300 of the First all of Fort Sherid&n. seat and running to the platform of his own club and finally shot him with /

work with members of new unions the coach, swung from the train. his own revolver. gives appetite, builds MANUFACTURED ONLY BY J

formed under the auspices of that asedition. The train proceeded without any After being taken to the hospital the system, banishes tbat OPlCALMASUFftCTURlNOJACKSONVILLE. J

GIRL PUBLICLY WHIPPED. one realizing that he had met Injury, Fitzgerald revived long enough to say tired feeling, makes the { .FLA U J
&ould a lockout be determined on. and his found the track .!r
body was on
that he knew one of the men and thai weak strong and happy.
Bare than a hundred thousand men in few minutes afterward.Mr. .
his came was Lewis Fltford.
. Court So Declared and Father Used
all branches would be thrown out ol Taylor wag a member of the No arrests have been made aa yet 1
I I Cat-o-Nine-Talis. .Io"totll Store AnliOIo*
work. grain and! seed firm of Wright &: Tay Kohl and Guaranteed by Driij ,

New York Sept. .-By order of lor. He was 38 rears of age and had REPORTS ARE UNFOUNDED. nopoly Drug; Store, C, E. Taylor and T. W. Troxler. 1 j

TREASURE LADEN SHIP. Recorder Lazarus, sitting at Bayonne, been connected with the.board of trade

t N. J, Katie Kantor, 9 years old, has for seven years. France Entertains No Scheme of Corv J

Gold ta Amount of $125,000 Arrives In court her of Morocco.
been publicly! whipped by quest I"Successor

From the Klondike father. Trial of Army Officers. Paris Sept. 28.-The French foreign R AC E. I
C. I. :
Seattle Wash. Sept 28.-SeattU
The latter laid his offspring across New York, Sept 28.-Reports from office declares that any negotia'ttons _

told receipts from the north yesterday his knees and applied 50 lashes witha Belgrade ia regard to the trial of : with Great Britain on the subject I

amounted to 1250000. This eat- -nlne-talls, while aa" audience the army officers recently arrestedon of Morocco do not go beyond the to Central Lumber Co.

peat treasure shipment came from which Included 50 women looked on. charges of conspiracy are to the question of a geenral good understand 1

Nome and the British Yukon on the The victim confessed having stolen effect says a Times dispatch from ing. The officials flatly deny that Dealer In I

which teamers also Ohio. Senator 820 and Delphic eggs from the grocers and ,taught her Vienna, that all except ore, who turned France Is entertaining schemes tot Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,
passengers. to help themselves In the king's evidence, abide resolutelyby a protectorate over or a conquest ol Brick.
playmates and
Purser Robertson had In his charge and Siding Lathe, Shingles
the attitude of the Morocco and
Bayonne stores to all sort of trinfceta. protest against express surprise at the
OB the voyage to the north a greal assassins, and declare that they act persistence of the press reports attributing Manufacturer of

told nugget taken from an Anvil creel ed"according to the dictates of their such plans to France and Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

bend Sept 8, the exact value of which: Official Program Announced. conscience. The accused officers asserting that Great Britain's consent Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

U 3.S5. New York, Sept 2S.-ecretarj probably will be condemned and has been purchased by concessions it: Desks and Seats Combined and -Tables. I am constantly

Branch, of the American Bankers' as then pardoned. Egypt. The utmost that could happen ,
HER CONDITION CRITICAL locUtion has announced the official! In the case of certain eventualities receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and ;

program for the twenty-ninth annual DREW THE COLOR LINE. would be that France would exercise sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly '

M r Physicians Report Mrs. Davis' as ''BeIng convention, which will be held In San her right of assisting the sultan: .

Worse. Francisco, Oct. 21-23 inclusive. ThE Chicago Pupils Would Not Study Under In policing the frontier districts. j

Buffalo! N. Y. Sept. 23.-Mrs. Jeffer feature of the convention will be the Negro I

t IOn Davis U worse this morning, hei of 'special committee Chicago Sept 2S.-Because :nary

; condition considered critical. report last the year to prepare a plan appointed Crunschfield. a negro cadet teacher, I J Knoxville Overpowered Tenn.. Sept.and 2 Escaped.$.- Aspe !mm! !nrnrnrnrnrnrnr! l 11iiiilII1I! !! !! !!!! !!" nif,,,,,I1NllliiILtt' ,,, ,!!, !!

I The donors say, however, that tta for currency adjustment The special was appointed to relieve! Miss Catherine -- -
clal to The Sentinel from Madison '. CUAS. Y. MILLER IS:
I crisis has not been reached and mould committee consists of Charles S Ralph, white, regular teacher. : \\ CLYATT Mgr -
vine, Tenn., says Worth White escaped -
I lie set relief she may recover. Fairchild, former secretary of thE at the Oak Ridge school, absent because --- r
from the county Jail at thai
Several relatives and friends have treasury. R. H. Fahnestock, of lea of illness, the pupils of the
place this morning about 9 o'clock
} arrived and are at her bedside.T York, Homer S. King of San Francisco sixth grade revolted and before noon White together with another prisoner I | Security (Ibstract Company 1El :

; Myron T. Herrick, of Clevelandand the school board had a formidable $
overpowered the Jailer, secured his -
J. J. Mitchell, of Chicago. strike on its hands. r_ _- .1
Died His then locked him
from Injuries. keys and In a cell 'r ]
When the rebellion first became -
apparent <
r Louisville. Sept. 28.-"Charles Main White alone escaped, however. A -- <

t tall died this morning from the effect Bill 'Passed Prohibiting Boycotting. : the Janitor, acting on the ad posse Is in pursuit. White was this When buying Real Estate why not know what you ISSp
vice of the locked in the basement
of Injuries sustained several Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 28.-Tie week sentenced to two years in ifw I are buying? Let us make you an abstract of -y j
the larger boys, but the
weeks ago by an assault alleged to senate today passed the house bill II. the state penitentiary on the charge oi :: title, thereby saving you future trouble =:5 '
spread and parents began takinga
l bare been committed by II. C. Hits prohibiting boycotting, blacklists,bansor felonious assaultGives and annoyance. ==

i who, according to Marshall's story, picketing In this state, and provides hand. =-= --
Defiant at first the board of education
It ti
therefor. now goes
f was a counterfeiter. Marshall claim- a punishment r
i -
realized that if a crisis was to Up Turf for Baseball. -
b to be detective and was attempt to the governor for approval It Is I'
a and Paid for Non l eside ts. 3
r strict law and was be averted the negro teacher must I New York, Sept. 28.-1 is reported 5: Taxes Returned
laf to arrest lUte. It was thought considered a very 1
be removed, and at the afternoon i that Frank Farrell, owner of many I -- 1t
labor all over -
here that Marshall was in the employ opposed by organized I 1 ,.
I session a white woman appeared and I good race horses among which are -
of the secret service, but he claimedto the country. Address =sj
the pupils returned.To the .Musketeer King 'Pepper I ;
to only an amateur detective. His Blues, has decided to retire from the .
!10m. Ii at Rego Ind.Ladysmlth Czar Appoints New Arbitrator.The mrtner reciprocity cause. turf. He Is principal stockholder ol |j SECURITY ABSTRACT COMPANY, 1 i

_- Hague, Sept. 2S. -The czar' New York, Sept 2S.-A meeting ol the New York American League Baseball :: Ocala, Florida. == 3 ;
M. DeMartens, profes -
has appointed the leading business men and repre- Club, and will devote iimsell -
Defender. -

N ew York Sept .Lieutenant sor versity: of International of St. Petersburg law at tie to Unit bill a sentive tribune men dIspatch has been from held Havana here says, to entirely to its development 711illillilllllllJllllUlllilllllUillllllllllllllllllll\ \ , !! ,! IUNIIIIIlIIlI, '

General Sir Ian Hamilton, who partlchi the third arbitrator in the claims of I consider what action should be tak Pioneer Californian Dead.
) San Francisco, Sept 28.-Nobl
pltW the defense of Ladysmith, against Venezuela
allied -
to further the of
en cause reciprocity
Hamilton, of the foremsot oi thE ------- ---- -- -
r.rrtft from Liverpool the jLutodaj. one -
on for preferential treatment, In place. between Cuba and the United
tania pioneers of California, has Just died -
of the Portuguese appointee, whose It
States. was agreed to recommend
here at the age of 87. He was bort CREAM I
Illness has precluded his serving. Professor commercial and the
that the
Fatal Family Quarrel. at Lawrenceburg, Ind. After serving '
DeMartens: was one of the arbitrators league at once institute lit- rWORMS !
Mlddlesboro, Ky.. S .pt. SS.-At Im7 fund claim. la planters a through the Mexican war he cam vERraiFucE ;
In the
in the United States
not far from the county seat of erary campaign ,, to California In 1S53, and since tier )IOIIUn Quantity. Be.tiaqu+ilb. 1 1iYearsHasLeda11Worm
December last the professor was with various ___ ___ _ __ jO;
taking tie question
Harlem Kentucky :Martin up the
county, has been a prominent figure at
awarded the noble peace prize. The commercial bodies of that Remedies. ;
Orwu shot and killed his wife after country bar. 'He was made superior judge !
c other arbitrators in the case of the and requesting them to use their BOLD :aT AXX aRVGGI9T8.:
4 quarrel and fled but was an'6II of Alameda county In 1881 and served
Venezuelan claims are M. Jlouravieff, influence with their representatives = ty-r' JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis I
The of such a nature as Hi l?
killing WILl Russian minister of Justice and on the bench for 14 yean. .. : --.+A- ,
the ia in favor of the treaty.
U people .
arouse the country prominent Mn.
Professor Lammasch, of Austria.. Was a
laky end tLatr may lynch Green.


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-.s It's; For You I IJ' HESLEY0K( HAS---.A- SENSATION., t I ..Tiiwlf The Ocala of the Blooded f'jaiui/h Cattle Sale.herd of j: To i HBMniHMMMMHMMiM Cure BM a Cold in One Day fa Core Two* Crip t -q !

i I I 13) cnttlr at Ocala aipttuitxrr 9 was iI i iIIU

President Roberts Retires. Quits theI remit of the hitb! econo-nie importnuv. Tcke Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMets. A fJ1I 01\ every

Ministry: and Separates From (!). jD1L
.re DaDt with significance Seven MHEon boxes sold in past 12 months. This signature boi,25c.1ISe .
His Wife.
for FlorMa. While tile average: price

HoruU' (jjileae: s-n-atio? has lUcounterpart received for thorough bred'*-5137as ,

ia Ge<)[:lh. About the Dot up to the< standard in Someof --
I ;;: -.ra-'" "':: fJl>! 1--
I time the ration University trouble the great cattle s i:... of tile \vvi, \

iu Florida w*s.dyiug out, here cam It w." Wi-'I! Up hi.lUSJ..kle: fir similar )i Old Standar

a sensation from Georgia whereinthe sales in Virginia, IMM: au-1 oibtr I j jm

,. recent president of thai griud oM .uht-ru state. "ch older and richer I I tt $4 Cbell

I II II institution, \VV-leyau Female O>i- than Florida. i I* rove S I as eess IOnIC

I: age is involved i'any Klortdians The smU was advertif for months I *t

The Great Ijealtl} DrinK.1 I hive patronized the Wesleyan, and beforehand m A thorough bu-iue- I has: stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales

they will be pained no doubt at the like and the results far to 1
manner, go over One and a Half) Million bottles. Does this record

trouble which has overtaken iu recent demonstrate. the value of judicious,

Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5c* I head. The Atlanta Journal of persistent advertisiug. I I ? of merit aimea! to' v 1. .> N/j Cure No Pay. SOc.

I Tuesday contains the following: The friends of Florida who have: J Endcsed '''!.,. :. I..,. r' GXOVE'S: SLACK RCOT UVIR.: PJLLS.
METTO Syrup is put up for "There i ii a well founded rumcr beeu disposed to feel chagrined over \ '!;. -

mixing with ice water ia the afloat to the effect that Rev. J.
today the collapse of the State Fair after -
summer time and with hot
c W. Roberts twice pastor of Trinity two 8ul'Ces..ful 'a-"ons should find in
? water in the winter time.
and the Park Street Methodist this event encouragement, andit I
I Specially adapted to family great I

1 use, either as a beverage: or a cbcrcbes: who for four years was the should constitute a potent argument i I FERN HILL EYE. :

table drink taking the placeof president of the Wefleyan Female before the legislature in favorof

tea, coffee, etc. t t
at Macon will withdraw
College, a small annual subsidy for the

from the North Georgia conference at State Fair.iThere can be little doubt THAT GOOD WHISKEY. ,
Prices tor syrupl-2 pint 25c. And in connectionwith I
its next meeting. that that sale! with its 4'>J visitors
1 quart, 75c. 1-2 gallon' !1.3.5,
1 gallon $..5A.riireetion3Two. the report there is & practically from all parts of the state was largely H. ROESNTHAL & SONS Distillers Cincinnati 0. ;

tablespoon authenticated statement to the effect traceable as a result to the similar ,

used to a glass of water. that Dr. Roberti and his wife, formerly sales which fullowed the Jacksonvilleand
STRAUSS & CO. Distributors Ocala
Costs less than 2c. a /glass. Miss! Minnie Olin, of Gainesville, 1 Lake City expositions. f10J

TROPICAL 'flANUFACTUBINC+ GO. have' separated, the former moving : The more is it to be regretted that

from this city to Oxford, where he is and
the apathy of the legislature certain -
Jacksonville Florida
now living with his eldest son, who local entanglements have post -- ----- -- -

Sold by Poatoffiee DrueStooe, AntiMonopoly occupies a chair in Emory College. iJrotcastonal. I
cannot believe they
Dru* Store, C. E. Taylornad with poned-for we .... ....... ..... ,
Connected with the reported McMillan
T. W. Troxler. have killed-the day of an unbroken ,

I drawal of the minister from the succession of State Fairs.-Florida T.E.BIGGS j

Methodist conference and his separation Agriculturist ATTORSEY-AT-LAW. i! ,

FELL INTO A WELL. from his wife are several sensational (O:1ice in Gary-Azaew Block.) | *
He Learned a Great Truth. OCALA. FLORIDA.I Southern Copper Works
ttatemenlll.! some of which Ii
lAd of Six Years Has Remarkafc It is said! of John Wesley that he |
Escape Fran D ath.Carrolltoa involve his conduct while president once said to MHtrejVe&ey! : "Whydo .', 1>. D. FCU.ER._ i t

Ca, &ept 28.-A close \\VIeyan College which is the you tell that child the same thing DEXTIST. I Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

shave exptr-'eacad! by a lad of 6 years oldest institution of the kind for over and over again?"John Wesley Over Xanroe & Chambliss I1ank.Ocala Fla. ,

la Just reponei from \Taitesburg. t>fcau-e once telling is not enough." and General Metal Workers.
in the world.
Little DaTe Duncan was playlss! women M. THOMPSON'
It is fur the same reason that you are J _
around tha sultry of Duseaa: & Ste- "Dr. C. E. Bowman, presiding elder !
told again andlagain that Chamber: PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEOS.
Ten el tic and engine rtsppei well on, which he loose had Easr cover of this district, was seen this morning lain's tough Remedy cures colds: and Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp.. :Montezuma ;, Old'Stilh; taken in exchange for new ones. Patdlf._
a feet of water fc It. i in reference to the rumors and the: gripthat; it counteracts any tendency through the country a :specialty. Orders r>y man ,r

Tie plank tilted, threw h'.!!l In and statements in connection with them. of ht!!e: di; !a.-t9! to result in putu- lJ SPEXCER._ ;: wire will receive prompt attention at either of rhofolluwin'Y' -

de beam strliiag him went to the Other than to affirm the report that mouia, and that it is; pleasant and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ;i works -
bottom of the well. ,safe to tale. For sal.r by all DruggistMedicine ; oFAYETTEVillE
Dr. Roberts would probably sever his OC\LA. 7-S-l FiORIDA. }!
TEe boy's father was: hurriedly let I. & Dealers. m
down, expecting that his Hte son has: connection with the! Sorth Georgia it. CHASE N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
long since saakec under the water ference Dr. Bowman would notdiS'u An Informal Race.fond.lY I
con ,
When he reachei! the wJter ) afternoon whale nearlyall .
tha matter although he evidenced OCALA, Ftt ;
him Wgh aid dry above the water
cllnsiEg to a cross bar of wood.ulle'; no surprise at the reported the sport.smenere looking at the L SI5TRCNK; i I; -

in the well. separation. racing at the race track. the stay-at- CARLOS

The boy vrae a hurt., except from a I ATTCRNEY-AT-LAW.
l homes treated informalrace.
were to an
"That Mr! ?. Roberts has separatedfrom : For
sprain or bni_ e supposed to hate"eii : Roomy, Masonic Buildic;, Ocala Fla. 5 2' 1 June ApplicationOn
caused by the plank that threw her husband there appears not

him in. the slightest doubt. The agreementof A horse belonging toIr.. Nelson, Bearing Trees Use
The iron pipe had served the bey life
separation is said to have been who li'outh of town, thought
a buoy when he first rose but findingIt
was too slow so decided to have a
too hot to hold to he had: managed I drawn in writing the preacher mak-

to get to the plsce of wood aa- ine certain satisfactory settlementsupon rsce.j.He started on Magnolia street, FRUIT
was heWn: en tor dear life. his wife. Both were represented going along North street to Main, 4 FUIIrm ;

where he turned south and ran into a
DEATH TO lJWAYl!... by lawYtn,; hs. Roberts having
"& '*-* | < employed John E. McCIellan as her horse hitched to an ice delivery :- l $ Z2Od A High Grade. Natural Guano Formula- Entirely Free frt; All

Diamond In Alabama The shafts of the
No Mere Playing On wagon. runaway
attorney. was represented ; I
en Sabbath. & caught;: tie linen of the ice wagon 6Qts I Forms of Sulphuric Acid. t
Ro Brandon.
Montgomery, Ak.. Sept 28.-Tie by ser : i
horse thus him to havea
senate passed the house bill to( proMb- "Mr. MtClellan was seen this morning compelling 545? ,I

tt the playing cf baseball football. and asked concerning the matter. race or a fight. Both made things it 4 ii II Send for our new books-

FIt or tennis. oa Sunday by a Tote! lively for a few minutes, but were
t "While! be would not dL-cuss the case, Ideal Fertilizers" and Florida
of 22!:! to 10. Oranges"WILSON
at Hall & Crosby's .stables I
It Is now ready for the governor' one way lor the other, he practically stopped i $I1W
and it found that little dawage
Signature. He vlll sign It. admitted the separation and referredthe very I

TEis In means amore Sunday baseball reporter to Luther Rosser for a i had been wrought, except the scattering 00 r i ar't Il l & TOOME!? FERTILIZER COMPNYJACKSONVILLE.

of wagon bodies, scats, ice,
The house antSboycctt bill was re- statement if ouetwas to be made. FLOKIDt. '

< rted favorably la the senate. "Mr. Rosser was out of the city and etc., along the course- 1DR i
Tfie house passed! the bill to erten3 It was of short duration but excitement .
could not be seen. Mr. Morns Brandon OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.
the terns of tha present tax asses '
hi :law knew I ran pretty high consideringthat pp s 1 \
sors and collectors six months. : (partner nothingof _
TEe house voted down the bill to the ease.I'V'bilepresident. there were no bets laid on the re I

regulate the taxation of insurance sult.
companies.The of Wesleyan l it is CMS E. BLUM ICGMPA Y !i JAS.M.GRAHAir: PrtHdenL oEO.W.HYDE, Ve:,: Fret
Insurance companies had a said, Dr.JRoU-rts Caught mental and Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His

strong lobby here against the bill moral hil() opLy.;; He interested a Hand.

lady teacher iu the study, it is alleged While opening a box, J. C. :Mount 517 and 519 W. Bay ?:t. :i The First? t National Bank
of Three Mile Bay X. Y.. ran a ten I
aldOOn there was considerabletalk
penny nail through the fleshy part ofof !i OF GAINESVILLE
Woman Over In Bed Broke about j ji
Turning the institution as to the his band. "I thought at once of Jacksonville, fla.

Her Leg. attention the minister was paying the all the pain and soreness this would i
Harmony Grove, Ga, Sept 23.-Miss i
Caroline Morgan; of this place, while young Udy."Lastepring. cause me," he says, "and immedi-I The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. j

turning over in bed broke her thigh! | :Dr.Roterts resignedhis ately applied

midway between the knee and the president Balm and occasionally afterwards.To M 8u."H' 00 ,1
po&itiou a. of the college
e. my surprise- it removed all pain Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . oi-, 't' 0ft
Up.No 3
reasonable explanation: : can bE and health was announced as and soreness and the injured part. Seeds Does exclusively a banking: business!! with facilities equal to any bank in the ;
I. given for the singular accident. the cause." were boon healed." For sale by all Kind state. Solietd the accounts of Farmers, 1Ierehants, Corporations. ';,'
Miss Morgan is 72 years old an! it druggists and medicine dealers, m Etc. Interest allowed by special arranaemeut. All business
U thought that she cannot recover Do Good pays. that Leads transacted promptly.
Gone tc Miami. eoat more-i by fit+dea eit1 more.w1d era, 10-1 H. E. TAYLOR, CI ;zblttI.
A Chicago wan has otgtrvtd that eedAaaealuA
Peace at Fitzgera'd!' Ga. D. of Ocala ,
good deeds are better than Lapham, arrived a few + pudtpafd tree to ail
real -q
Fitzgerald G\ estate apph.xlttst
Sept. 28.-Aa arms
: deeds iLecf days since to ca. t his lot with the >
nice -K> the latter are worth veg-
has been reached between Editor I Dehoit(dick, !
E. Mercer of The Fitzgerald less. Act kindly and gently show etable growers of this "tction. He ...... ...........O.. OCI.

Enterprise and Tam Luke, who figured sympathy andglend a helping band. came overland and had a very pleasant .
in a shooting affray Friday af You cannot possible: lose by it. Most
trip, making many acquaintancesand
ternoon. Friends! : of both persuaded m m appreciate a kind word and encouragement READS
them to agree thai neither would car. more than substantial getting an extensive knowledgeof I : !

ry arms or attempt to shoot the other help. There atelpersonsinthis community the country. He had not been in Ii i I

and that they were not to speak or who might truthfully says: the city many hours: before he had Burnett
Jerry The Florida
mention each: other again. Times-Union I
"My good friend cheer up. A few found work for his tea.m. while he

Young Girt Took Her Life. doses of Chsmbealaiu's Cough Reme- looked around for a location for his e -- -- ---- ----_ 0
dy will rid you of jour told,and thereis Merchant ,
Columbus Ga.
Sept. 2S.-nMiss 'Pearl
no danger whatever from farming operations. J. Holly RATES. Q
Waters a pretty young girl! only ISyears pnemonia I D.ILYXD SCXDAY
old, committed: suicide! in Gi- when you use that medicine. It always took Mr. Lapham in charge and will e One Month postage paid: .. ... j .&, e
rard, Ala.. just: across the river from cures. I know it for it has helped give him pointers about the vegetable Tailoring. e Three 1Iou hs, postage paid. .__ i SO (I)
Six Months postage paid .... ...
Columbus last night by taking an me out many a time. bold: by all business that will be worth obnerviug. ., One Year postage: paiu.. .... ... .. .. 6; oILLUSTRATED .
overdose of morfhlce.; Mistreatmentby Druggists: & Medicine Dealers. m Ocala, Florida. SUNDAY EDITION.
; $150 A YEAR.
Mr. when
Eer father Is said to be the cause Lapham met by a Metropolis Finest Imported and I. ,.. uerni.cekly Edition ......Six: :Months $ :;0
of the act The materiaifc.r the t-pecial edition man, expressed himself as being Domestic Cloths. I (tJ semi-'ftcet.y EdItIOn. One Year i'.,c cJ

May Maze Long cruise. of Frank: Harris' Ocala Banner is delighted with this section and all the \ @ T
Philadelphia: Sept. 2S.-The battle All communications and remittances should be addressed to
ahl? Maine today passed down tt i b5rgshaped up.'It will be a splen- people be had met.-Miami Metropolis. Cutting a SpecialtyFits
: Delaware river from the League la- did paper, up-to-date in every respect Guaranteed. \ : _. .

land navy yard on her way to Cue and credit to Ocala and the Istate. 't'4"T! V ...t:5 An i I - - --- -- G
-- bra, !n the West ladies. Upon her UL j .ZID
.[ 1. !l iirl ua..1fJrcZUdr :\
arrival Calebra the Leesburg Commercial. _. ttnize your syare time
at battleship's gun .- '
sun lio opiataa Study at t Hone of e'teIllDh'S aetUftit: a SUBSCRIBE
are to be taoroustly tested and 11'! '' -- ----- JlL ICldaCallUa. i iI.
Leant more, and yoorarnmure.
they are saisfactory, the Maine will fOmYSilONEYA.'iI 1 i FOlSYSIilEMYCBSSMakes With the.,.Tattet Home Study Lessons you need i I leive home or etnt ymcat to leant: BuuKkeepiDg.Anthntcac:

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[TRIAL OF HUMAN SUMMER SOJOURN OF- Rev.Confession Jno. 8. Cox: ,of of a PriasL Wake, Ark., I Ii NOTICEof

i The next visit to Ocala of Application for Tax Deed ruderSection; 8 of
write, 12 years I buffered from
I Chapter 4383, Laws Florida..
Yellow Jaundice. consulted a number UOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W.C.
of phjgiciaun and tried all torts: of Townsend, purchaser of tax certificates :SOt!
6j- 6. ioo. dated the 1st day of July A.D.
AT LEXINGTON S. C.fliird medicines, but got no relief. Then I 1901 and certificate 236.: date 7th day oft ug.AJ
1 Eye and Ear Specialist 1899, has filed said certificate in my office and
began to me Electric Bittf and feel
Executive and Family Have I has made application for tax deed to issue in

T that I am now cured of a disease that i accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe
\ THURSDAYIPOCT.8. following described property situated in
Returned to Washington.ABSENT had me in its grisp for twelve years." Marion county Florida to-wit:

If you want a reliable medicine for Northwest quarter of northeast quarter or
FOR THIRTEEN WEE!($. j north half of lot z. section 3 township 14 range
Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach: J5. Southwest quarter of the northwest quarter '

[ Day's Preceedings in Celebratedfwurder Given Farewell by Townspeople of disorder general debility, get Electric I and section quarter 34 section and northwest 36 all in township quarter of tj.northwest lange 25-

BitterIt's: guaranteed by AntiMonopoly northeast quarter of northeast quarter or -
NOTICE north half of lot i, section
3, townsphip
Oyster Eay Who Gather at the Station
Drug Store, and Tydiugs & range 25.
The said land being assessed at the:date ofthe
Case.TAYLOR to Bid Him Farevw il-Distinguished : Co. Ooly Oe. m In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit issuance of such certificate in the name of Lucy

ot the State of Florida, Marion Coun- Wilcox. Frank McDonald and parties unknown
Psrty. Unless; said certificate shall be redeemed
ty.-In Chancery. according to law. tax deed will issue thereon '

Oyster Bar, N. Y.. Sept 23.: -'Presi- Hester Johnson vs J. J. Johnson.TT on the 6th df;y of October, A. D. 1903.
Witness my officiJI signature and seal this the
dent Roosevelt's 28th day of*n A. D.
summer scjourn 2t
A herein named J. I. Johnson, be and he IS 1903S.
Sagamore Hill was coacludaj today hereby requireS to appear to the bill of complaint T. SISTRCNK.
m TESTIFIES 94 Citric: Circuit Court :Marion! Co., Fla.
when at 8:SO o'clock he boarded .. in said cause on or before
a ;; ;. :: :::_: I irJL -
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Utiiulaa the md < trala esrccte to WaabingtanHe Las
It is farther ordered that a copy .f this order NOTICE
been absent from the capital for iZ: be published once a week for four consecutive -
IN. weeks in the Ocala Banner. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit -

.0'i ..". Done this September 23rd. A.. D 1903. of the State of Florida. in and for
1.1' !
Marion County. In Chancery
Complainants solicitor. Cl k Circuit Court.
F 10-2 by H C histrunk, 1).C Revana Ghe Plamtifl vs. Solomon Ghe, de
[Doctor -ibid of Course of Treatmeijt Pursued ;.- fendant.

4ltrW NOTICE \ herein named Solomon Ghe. be and he is
: and Said Deatl Resulted from hereby required to appear to the bin of corn
) Gunshot \ plaint in said cause on or before

: 't-- ;fJ NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UN- Xondaj, tin 5th day of (ir/olKT'.d.D. z ioj.

Editor Iso Testified 1-r/' A t.4)t. .trlr. entered bv the by Hon.virtue W. S.f a Bullock certain judge final- decree of the It is further ordered that a copy of this order
I Wouqd.) Hoyt ( / be published once a week for five consecutive
I. \tcrd. ROLLS FROM Only the best Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida. Manon county, weeks in the Ocala Banner.
/.. OUR: OVEN material (roes' I in chancery on the 24th day of September A. D. This the 13th day of August A. D. loot.S .
t 1903: wherein 3 :]. Lamb is complainant! and
Lexlastca, S. C.. Oct. 1.-At the bejtnalti I info the oven and Henry Goodrich is defendant, pending in the T. SISTR[; K. !

: rf &* third day of the trial TELEC.APHIC 8REVITJES.Sir only the Fifth Judicial Circuit, Marion county. Florida. 8 11 Clerk Circuit Court.
in chancery, I the undersigned special masterin BY H. C. biSTRCSz, D. C. "
el James H. Tlllitun, only a few spec- BEST BREADrolls chancery. appointed therein to execute said EDWIN SPEXCEB
Plaintiffs I
v were present t t'rrun Sir Thoroa: Ritchie has final decree. will on Attorney. '
utori out. It is delightfully! c-rUp and Mumlajr, ikt *\ day of Iforemler -1. D. igoj I
'-. Dr. B. W. Tayicr one of the Ooluo lord aiajxjr ol London. between the hours of u a.m. and 2 o'clock p. .
wholesome. A few slices buttered is a I m. in front of the south door o! the court house NOTICE; i
who The
assisted in the
EL physicians!: op- yellow fever srtaatlcn at Laredo
meal in its1faud almost in Ocala. Marion county, Florida. sell to the t -'
,1tW11 perlormad on N. G. Cronzales. j''I I? assunlng a grave phae. Thor meat as nutritiousas highest and best bidder for cash the following NcUce of Application for Tax Deed rnder See ; 1

r..umd bU te.timosy. I IMr. are 37 l:2Stl the city. ,t ,. ', I4 Orders for Bread etc., can be more described The cad mortgaged half otthe premises.northeast to-wit quaiter: of the Ilion 8.of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida. !

Oocules as under the icfiusci -I The Ealkzn situation continues! unchanjeJ. I satisfactorily filled byBEtJUS' southwest quarter and the east half ot tne TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. H. j
southeast nuarter of the northwest quarter of 11 Scarborough, purchaser of Tax Certificate _
of icaesttlcs and oa the operat-- Bloody: clashes are rer.ort"-I I section II. township i5. south of range!: 21 east No. 3923. dated the 5th day of August, i'.

t=.: ublo vh n the doctor first saw Ictv/e-n the insurgents and the r&i less fifteen acres sold to James W Sanders in A. ". ijo, has filed said certificate in my ;

"' BAKER'llJcIVElt :Marion county, Flondi or so much thereof as office, and has made application for tax deed
to: at the hospital He gold te bad i5n troops. Tuk'i may be necessary to satisfy said final decree to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate I :

and costs of suit. CARLOS L.SI5TRUNK, embraces the
so to,* of t.t.i patient's recovery alitr i I following described property
Ta& Colorado Republican 10 a Special Master .n Chancery. i situated in :Marion county. Florida to-wit:
l. eincinel tte wound& indorsed President Roosevelt Forme I II QPy9&e. t>y Goilier'a VfevKly. I Fourteen chains east and west by 7.45 chains
I north and south in southeast corner ot northwest -
n. vitnasi was Question at some and !MACKA
Senator: E. 0. Wolcott controlled tic I NOTICE. quarter of northwest quarter Section 27
IttX'Jl relatlto the stimulants adthtre4 convention.Unable J'aZ:5ID1ST HOOEVELT. Township 14. Range 22.

to Mr. Gonzales, their yurpi I weeks an_ wo days, and returned in I The said land being assessed at the date of
i and affecu. : to command the confidence the expwtaaca of remaining there NOTICE I IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. Sirs Amelia: C. Scarborough.
I of the Hungarian diet, Premier Heder Georgia W. Carney purchaser of Tax Certificate Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -
f. H. Mclntoih, the next witneec practically uninterruptedly, until neXt: : Xo. 2392 dated the ist day of Inly. A. O. to deed will issue thereon on
uld l. roa. In the ambulance with I vary Ijas again tendered his res'gna-- 1901, has filed said certificate in my office and the bt day ot October. A. D 1903.
:len to Emperor Francis Joseph. June.When has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance Witness my official signature and seal this the
it, Qoczae! to the hospital after the the president, accompanied with law. Said certificate embracesthe 21st day of September: A. D. 1903.

[. lioctkg.: and that they were alone in Tte game of war between the Bluea !!rs. Roosevelt and their children, FUNERALDIRECTORS. fallowing described property situated in S. T.SISTRrXK.
:Marion county, Flonda. to-wit 9 25 P Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
&i tmbuUsce.I and Drowns is still being" played in Ethel Arc-cie and Quenten arrived attiC Lot;. E. r.. Carney's sub. of a part ot sectionii

Xentacky.: The state troops Mill take Bay station he wan greeted township range 23. .
I Think the Fellow Cot Me." Oyster The said laud being assessed at the date of
par with the regulars Thursday '*iti cLecrt, from a great crowd of the the issuance of such certificate in the name of NOTICE:
Gonzales Mrs Pnncess A. Smith. Unless said certificate 1
isked If Laid to
anything I
I I The gunboat Nashville bas been townspeople: who had gathered to say -J-Jaue shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed
kla to say frankly 1! he was mortallyfKfrled. sent to St. Andrews islands to preiAcieric.ins farewell. will issne thereon on the 7th day of November In the Circuit Court if the Fifth Judicial Cir..

tl Wltneu said he told him I &tillh OO or k I who it is allayed, aring 'I.I The presiient acknowledged the nit* 0 every CctenptlonEmbalming! 4rena1) at-tMr my official signature and seal this the

It in* afrail he was and that Gonults badly: treatad by native raplcy- greeting by tipping his ;hat and bur1i.l l.'rv C'b 2Qth day of September,A. D. 1903. In Chancery. I i

wit: (Seal) S. T. SISTRCNK. Benjamin Lewis O'Neal, Complainant. vs.
I bowing as he passed across the platform 10 2 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Ye*. I think the fellow got me." ers.The to Order. Hattie J. O'Neal, Defendant.
convention of Iron and bridsa to his:: train, a special of two cars. )SORDEREDTHVT; THE DEPENDENT i

Tt. doctor then told of the course workers in session at Kansas City I The president: and his family occupied NOTICE. -herein named Hattie J. O'Neal be and she
cf is hereby required tc. to the bill of complaint
itaent pursued and said he be- appear
thii private car of NOTIC!:
has adopted a resolution censuring in said cause on or before Mondaytie :and
C,,*l death to hare resulted from Island railroad- day of :November D. .
the Long for Tax Deed under
President Roosevelt for his ac 1on is :Notice Application Section
It is further ordered of this orderbe
tin pJDiuot wound. I his 8 of Chapter 4SSS, Laws ot Florida. that a copy
the Miller casa la. addition to the president and published once. week for four consecutive: '
J. A. Hoyt. of the editorial staff 01 I family the party Included Secretaryand Notice of Application for Tax Deed Cnder Section Xf OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. A. weeks in the Ocala Banner.
& Conofcla! I Dr. John Euston FJnley has beea 8,Chapter 4886, Laws of Florida. J.N Bur lord.purchaser ol Tax Certificates Sos. This the and day September A. D. it.
State, saw llr. Conzales j Mrs. Loch, members of the executive and 21(05 dated the 1st day of July A.D. .
2743. 2795 S. T. &ISTRUNK.
Notice hereby given that Francis :II.! Williams 935
lithe State office about 15 minutes j jtttj i installed presilent of the C4>Ueg ol star representatives of the Press purchaser of Tax Certificates Xos. 1404 1901, has filed said certificate in my office, Clerk Circuit Court. .
and has made application for tax deed to issue
the of New York. A letter was RAYMoND B. BCLLOCK
dated the zstdavofjuly. A. D 1899; 2231, 2252; ,
the ibootlng. He was then suffirtaj service ofrcers.s! accordance with law. Said certificates
associations secret I in embrace Com >lainaat's solicitor.
frcm President Rooseveltan 2234, dated Apn13rd. A. D. 1893. and 223!!, 2237 ;
read I the described
l&te&sely the witness said but the train pall'd out at 8SO: it was 227-1. 01 Annl 5th. A. D. iHtp 3000 3001, 3002, in Marion fallowing Flonda. towit property situated '
address was delive. by former "<> dated 7th day of August A. D. 1899 I I county. :
3 1Z 3 4i :
: ,
rxHifd. >
He with him continuously
was -I fGO"'eJ by the cheers of the crowd West 2-3 of lot 7 and lots 6 Southwest Teagues
Cleveland.The and 2'5o. 2611,2619. J6ji 2&tS. dated the NOTICE.
President I oflots 60 CaldwelTs addition.
then catll he wa removed tote while the president stood en the rear 01 July A. D. idoi. has filed said certificales in Ucala.Resurvey All of except 54 50.65 fret north and south!
office and has made for tax
hospital I Servian army officers who conspired my application feet and west end of lot
platform of his car bowing acknowl by 220 east on north 15
deed to issue: in accordance with law. Said certificates -
noithwest, addition Ocala. Lots A andB Application for Tax Dora Under Sections Of
till the murderers of Kin
"Wd he sty anything about his COl'ldo" to embrace the following described prop-
edgements.It sub of lot 9 Dunn's northwest addition to of Chapter 4SS Laws of Florida
situated in Manon Florida
erty :
the solicitor asked. Alexander atii: Queen !>raga have intentionto Ocala
is the president's present Southeast quarter of northeast section VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. E.
quarter The said: land being assessed at the date
"Tn: he iad: he was afraid he would been given light sentences. It la believed return to Oyster Bay early nextsummer. 14 southeast quarter of aouthwot quarter of the issuance of such cert.ficates in the names of j\ Stevens, purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
will be pardoned by King northeast quarter section 24. north half of S. W. Teague and Florida West Coast Improve 2497. dated the 4th day of November A. D. 1805,
dIt before his wife tot there. witness In the event of his nomination northwest quarter northeast quarter of sec- ment Co. Unless said cerUncates shall be and certificate 1783> dated August: 6th. A. I>.

4v',"ed. Peter. for the presidency, he will remain tion 24 cast half of northwest quarter of south- redeemed: according lag, tax deed will issue 1900,has filed said certificates in my office and

Akc-J if Ooataleu mad any: state- The! New York Fuslonlsts are troubled !:,c>re throughout the summer ana cast south quarter wet quarter of southwest southeast quarter quarter section of southWest 24,- thereon Witness on my the official ith day signature October and,seal A. D.this 1903.the has accordance made application with law.for tax deed to issuein

&e 8t to JIB. Mr. Hoyt said he had I by the anouncement of Grout autumn until after the November elec quarter section 13, northeast quarter of I2th day September: A. D. 1503. Said certificate embraces the following described
situated iu Marion
southwest anJ northeast of property county
toli: him all about the shooting. whom they hive named: : for comptrol tions. As y?t, he has: perfected no southeast quarter quarter: ;section 23. southeast quarter quarter [SEAL] S, T. SISTRUNK Honda to-WII. ,
tS Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, Fla
Ier, that he is willing to also! attt1Vt plans for the presidential campaign.He northwest quarter and east half of southwest 9 i North half of southwest cuarter and south.
Defense Raises Objection. quarter of northwest quarter and northwest east quarter of southwest: quarter Section 36.
the! Tammany: Domination. Republicans has no intention of participating quarter of southwest quarttr of northwest quar- and west half of southwest quarter of Section

1 Objection was raised by the defene say if Grout accepts a place ca ttl.f actively in It It, la likely, however, ler section 36, east hall of northeast q.tarter ot NOTICE."r 25. all in Township 16, Range 24.
to the atolstloa of the statement southeast quarter section 13 northeast quarter The said land being assessed at the date of
Tammany ticket he nust withdraw that he will deliver some addresses southeast quarter of southwest quarter sec the issuance of such certificates in the name of
"kick Mr Hbyt Bald Mr. Gonzales from the fusion.TRAGEDY. tion 13. northwest quarter of southeast quarter T Whom it May Concern: Unknown, F. Q.Brown, Trustee L. A. GnggS
mad here.On of quarter section 13. north half of i \rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE and J. S. Martin.
to him regarding the shoot- arrival at New York, the president north half of northeast quarter of northeast I ii Flonda Central & Peninsular Railroad Unless said certificatess hall be redeemed according -
Itj aai a Usgthy! argument ensued. IN COlUMBUS.Lee :: quarter section: 24, south half of north half of Company has filed in this office a list of lands to law. tax deed will issne thereon oa
I and party! were escorted across northeast quarter of northeast quarter section \ situated in the township described below and the 3ist dav of October.. A. D. i Counsel for Mr. Tillman contended town by the stiual: of counted police. 24. west half of northeast quarter of southeast has applied for a patent for said lands: that theist Witness-my official signature-and seal this

till It vas not competent claiming Wlmbish Shot and Killed by at quarter % water section 13 northwest quarterof is open to the public for inspection and a the 21st day September! A. D 1<;03.
They crossed the ferry, arriving southeast quarter of section 73 southeast copy thereof by descnptive subdivisions has 925 S. T.SIHR'iK.:
oc testlmoay! of Dr. Griffith, who said James Gcssett Jersey City at 10:30:: where President quarter ot southeast quarter except north half been posted ia a convenient place in this ol- Clerk Circuit Court Marion County: Florida.

C41aeI! mUed when he (Dr. Grit Columbus, 0\., Oct Claiming of southeast quarter of southeast quarter of fice. for the inspection an persons interestedand
Roosevelt was Joined by daughter southeast quarter section 25 southwest quarter of the public generally.
itk) tare him some encouragement that the other had ruined bis borne. AlIce, who accompanied the party to southeast qnarter section 25. northwest quarter Within the next sixty days following the date NOTICE OF ELECTION. .
Itter atalalstrolag morphine. The James A. Glsaett! aged 30 years, a of northeast quarter and north hall of north. of this nonce protests or contests against the ..'(\
Washington. west quarter section 36 all in township 17, claim of the company to any tract or subdivision .
.-t"JlN' vu then questioned as to the mill operative, shot Lee Wimbush, an- range 2 I within any section or part of section. For creating a Special Tax School District at
described the list, the ground that the
in on<<
death last night in The said land being assessed at the date of :
paclte time this occurred and tespe othdr white man to FIREBUGS BUSY. same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural Oak Hill,
of such certificates the
the issuance in names C
Cay! the preclsA time the statement the Jacques building opposite the Racine ot Mausrer! &A very. M. :\[.Sexton,Curtis Grubb. fur purposes to the General, will: be Land received Office and at Wasn-noted V OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AXi
u made by Mis.Cotzales to Mr. Hoyt hotel. J. \V. Fry. H C Simmons H. Waters Anchor D. C. > election will be held at the Oak Hill school .
Many Attempts at Arscn Reportea Land Co., Thomos Marks and parties unknown. ingtou h.ularion county Florida. d jrmj the hours
u4 to the witness preceding Mr. Hoyt, Gossett says that: his wife had been Among Harlan Flats. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed W.HENRY G! ROBI S. CHUBB.SOX. Register.Receiver, of S clock a m.and sundown of Saturday Oct.
W. according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon 17, A. D 1903 for the purpose of creating; a
Q Willace. a compositor in The away from hone over an hour and New York Sept. 29.-Rve fires the loth day of October A. D. 1903. Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad Lands, special tax school district to be known as the

, f tat. cfiic*. Counsel for the defense becoming suspicious! he started !tat to were started In the cellars of as many Witness my official signature and seal this the Gainesville Land District. Oak Hill Special Tax School District The
kilned! 3rd day September A. D. 1933. Florida. boundaries of the above said school district are
that the statements testified look for her. He met her coming
i fiat houses in Harlem during Sunday 94 S. T. sISTRCXK South. East hereby changed from the description the
te u haring teen made by Mr. Gonloi down the steps of the Jacques build by InceaSIariea. In each case it was Clerk Circuit Court,Marion count), Fla. Township Range. original petition by order of the board of public
: instruction so as to read as follows:
regarding his condition showed ing. As he walked into the hallway found on investigation that kerosene I PtNEK andPtSH.15 -Section 19- 23 9 iS 9t South 3-4 of Section 2, 3.4. 5. and south half of

Pjreatnglon and not a conviction that \Vimbish opened the door of a room. oil bAd been used to hasten the work EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND south half of Section 6, and aU of Section 7,8.9,
10, it. 14,15,16,17.18 of Township 13. Range
li *u soing to die. Gossett believed that he bad bad his of the flames. OTHERS NOTICEof 20. and to elect three trustees ot said special

Counsel for the prosecution contend wife in the room and demanded: The burning early Sunday morning _, .ax school disrtict. and to fix: the rate of nullage
r to V levied for such special tax school dL tnct-
Od that the statement which witness -W> are you trying to ruin my in said election all
y of the Church of the Archangel 1JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AU. CRED- Qualified electors at are registered
for Tax Deed Under; Section 8 of
80)\ l&ii Gonzales made to him home?" St. Nicholas avenue is ,also believedto itors.legetees distributees and all persons Application and qualified voters of said district who
having claims or demands against the estate of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida pay a tax on real or personal property therein.
$ O..d that Gonzales believed death He says that Wimblsh threw his have been the work of firebugs. CHARLES E A BbON deceased. that they and IS HEREBY; GIVEN THAT V. The following persons have been appointed

: tm1ent when he talked to Hoyt and hand to his hip Docket as it to get a Scores of policemen in citizens' each of them are called upon and required present their claims against the said estate to No. 1874.dated the 1st day of July. A. D.
\ ltm, *.* laU on the! additional
"tlfted to by Dr. McIntosh i One of the bullets; went through his but no trace of the miscreants has testament 01 Charles E Absoa,deceased. within has made application for tax deed to issue in By Sth order day of September the board ,of A.public D. 1903.instructionthis
two years Irons this date as required by law, accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe
I *ad Mr. Wallace. At 12:30. argument I breast \Vimbish staggered back into Jet been secured. otherwise the same will be forever b.rred. following descnded property situated iA 925 G.S.SCOTT.Attest Chairman.W. .

I M the objection was sUit in progress. the room. closed and lockei the door I Robbery II the only possible ezplanation. Executor of last will and ED testament*'. HOLDER.of Charles Marion Lot 26 county Becket Plantation Book A, page D.; CAAX Secretary.

i Armm nt was concluded at 1:30 p. and fell down and died. The door E.Abson,deceased. 86. section 27 township 16. range 22. I

; 'hen Judge Gary ruled that the was broken open by others In the Ocala Fla., July loth, A.D. 1903. ,-to-St issuance The said of land such being certificate: assessed in at the the date name of the of I NOTICE

Utemeot when Hoyt said Gonzaleafcad building. Alaskan! Boundary Commission. party Unknown. Unless said certificate shall

I : mado to him could be admitted.A Shortly after the killing Cossets, London. Sept 29.-The opening ottJia NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR FINAL be issue redeemed thereon according on the 17th to day law of, tax October deed A.will D. Notice Application for Tax Eeed Cnder Section *

A I in hand was overtaken by the SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. 8, of Chapter t recen was then taken until pistol third week of the Alaskan boundary 1903.Witness:
.'clock while walking up Front street my official signature and seal this VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. B
p. m. police coauaisaloa! found D. T. Watson. the oth day of sept A. D 1903. i> Brooks purchaser of Tax Certificate No.

t ? .and was arrested. He, aimits the of American c uniel, continuing his NOTICE IS HEREBY GETHAT THE So T. SISTRtNK. 2265, dated the 4th day of November, A.D. 1895,
Rttcued Shipwrecked Crew., I\ : executor of the last will and 9 It Clerk Circuit Court Station Co.Fla. and certificates 2290 and 2379 dated August 7th,
'ort killing. presentation of the American case. He testament of JOHN A.COLE deceased.. will on 1899. and certificate I3S8, dated July ist. 1901.
t Point Me.. Oct. 1. The ship i -' concluded at 12:25 p. m., after speaking the iSth day of Febntarr. D. 1904- has filed said certificates in. my office and baa

Teke1 aallors brought in during the Imperlad/ trade Issued.ConBCatinopla since Wednesday afternoon. Lord make final settlement of his accounts and applyfor NOTICE. made application for tax deed to issue in accordance -
with law. Said certificates embracethe
: tIgt by the Italian barkentlne Eros Oct. 1.--An Imperial final discharge. Such final settlement and following described situated la
: prooerty
i Chief Justice Alverstoae expressedthe application to be made to the county Judge of
f : tQd&1 to be entire of Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
t proved the crew trade ias been issued calling appreciation: of the commissioners Marion county,at Ucala. Florida Lot block 6 Danbury. north half of north .
; 1Ilnfa 8 2$6m J. M. LIDDELL.D. tion 8, of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. 3
J from a Frencn fisherman recruits in the districts of the Bayfhg: "I thank you for your pow- A. MILLER.NOTICE1 half of southwest quarter of southwest quarter ;

*alch was lost on the Grand Banks and third army corps in order Then at nod _. ..-.-..-...- .....- -.._- .--- XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT T. E. of section 10, and south halt of southwest quar.
second argument a -
4ri reful IN Pasteur purchaser of Tax certificate No. ter section 29 all in township 16 range 23;
( a recent gale. S'gnals! by the to complete, the effectiveness of I I from Lord Chief Justice Alverstone, 24412473.2476.2373 dated the 71)1 flay of August, and west half of southwest quarter and west
; last there A. D.. 1699, has filed said certificate my office half of southeast quarter of southwest quarter -
; night were read that
: battalions la Ha-
the nlzam (regular) I Joseph Robinson, K. C., rose and commenced and has made application for tax deed to issue in section 11 township 15 ranze: n.

:: Te Ii out of a crew of 21. The cedoiia. his speech in behalf of the otic of Application for Tax; Deed Under Section accordance with law. Said certificates embracethe The said land being assessed at the date of
: 'llltatake following described property situated in the issuance of such certificate in the name of
learned The Eros
: II was today. Canadian elalma. Mr. Watson left S/.Chapter: .jSSS Laws of Florida, Marion county, wit: Parties Cnknown and Kenning Land and<

; iBthored off this point awaiting Heavy Frost In New York. hall loking greatly fatigued! after IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Southwest quarter of northeast quarter and Improvement Company. Unless; said certificates -
fogUs the NOTICE. of tax cert1 C1US.1 northwest quarter of southeast quarter and shall be redeemed according law tadeed
i to) reach Dan tor. Saratoga. N. Y.. Oct. 1.-There his prolonged] effort 733 dated thc id day of Nov A. D. 1596. has : north half of southeast quarter of southeast will issue thereon on the 3 JH day of Octo. -

& heavy frost during the night and Causec Man's Death. filed said certificate in my office and made application quarter section 27, and north half of northwest ber. A. D.1903.
was -
Spllntsr official and seal this the
I for tax deed. to issue in accordancewith quarter of northwest quarter. section 33 and Witness my signature :
; Georgia Banker Honored. the mercury stood at 36 degrees at day New York. Oct. 1.-A splinter not law. Said certificate embraces the following southeast quarter of northwest quarter section 24tn day of September, A.'D. 1903.
; 26.-C. H. Hope described situated In Marion 35 township 16. range 24. and northwest quarterof S.T. SISTRCNK.
,, "aukt'e. Sept bruk. which
half Inch long
more than an county. Florida. to-wit: southwest quarter,section 15, township 17, 9-25 C Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla.
lartia. of St Louis. was today chose International Cricket Contest penetrated the palm of John Zimmer's South half of southwest quarter section IS range 24 -
tc'M14ut ? while he was working at WASTED-SEVERAL PERsons
Philadelphia. Sept. 26.-The International hand The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate in the name of W
ffttt of America! and August Schmdlt trade as carpenter, has caused his the issuance of such certificate in the name of Henmng Land & Improvement Co.. W. H. in each state to travel' for house established
contest between a team represeaXing Ellis and Unknown. Unless said eleven years and with a large capital to call
&. Co. Unless; said certificate Tandy, R.J.
>'Milwaukee- was ckoson vice presi--I l all Philadelphia'and: : the Kent death from lockjaw ia the worst form. shall E Wv be Agnew redeemed according to law, tax; deed certificate shall be redeemed according to law upon mercnants and agents for successful and

: .(J .. James Bailey was electedc vic Zimmer's hand swelled to twice Its will issue ther_noa the ydday otOct-A.. tax deed will issue thereon on.the 25th day of profitable Use. Permanent engagement. Weekly
; I county England:: :: eleven was begun oa October,A. D.,iqov cash salary-of Sr8 and all traveling expense
5 1II tit .ol Texas, and Jame1 Buchfor'Georgia. of the Philadelphia! crick normal size in a few minutes and the 1903.Witness my official signature and seal this the Witness my official signature and seal this the and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.

; .a" The neA conventioab the grounds doctors were unable to check the I It 27th day August, A. D.1903. iSth day of September A. D. 1903. Experience not essential. Mention reference
' et club here today. The weather 3.T. SISTRr -x.iI S. T. SISTRCNK. and enclose self-addressed envelope. TILE
; tin: hell la St Louis. I ) Uan. : 25 Clerk Circuit Court:Marion Co. Fla. 9-18 Cleric Circuit Court Marion Co. Fin NATIONAM.334 De arborn St. Chicago

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PAGE.TWELVE --:::: a
J The'- Ct-ala School Hill Opening.S.-bool opened " " " " " " '" " " " " " .1

t 3Iood Prof. \\orknaan) moruiug, nine o'clock There, :.-Ir ., ..... t

PUIi13I1Url : :: .f
WM an ehtolla.ent of ....
d work is expected from .1
untidily gu"
bath tLe tefcohtriisn 1 pupil .E JFIBE .
Pro W. T. Gary has charge of I Ie
-lhehigh t fcL-H department and Miss ::.-- ..-.,.... ,I
JIoor., j isa=si tant. lu the grammar
: school Prrf McCall in charge with I :.r
3Iii Djc as a. istant. :
ili* Nellie Stevens i* again in C Coming IE
They are
tEl .
charge of the primary department ::..
and she will be sited by MirfGriffin.

The intermediate. departments will!} :. On TraiD '
bt uu, ht by the following. sixth : =
! grade, Mlu Walker; fifth.grade, Mi=sTurnky C
fourth grade, Miss Cam: ; : -4
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second and third grades, Mi*:* Clartc e

;: and 1-3 Workman Taylor comes to Ocala :e; buyer who is now in New York is causing | .

th highest : ....
from Tennessee: Ijarirg <*very .

4 here testimonials stood not only and a after creditable reaching but G6i G things to look lively about our store and warehouses. | I

li a moat flattering examination. It t]
if believed that be is the right man : I

in this the year right will place I mope!aid an that exceptionally the school :;r.r Every train from the north brings us new goods i !

high record."Cleanliness. G i

Dirt and depravity_ t b next go hand to hand." Ci G: fresh from the manufacturers and our stock this fallU.

This is just aa true of the inside of the It. -
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body Clogs Constipation the as body the menus eutside.and that clouds corruption Constipation the mind.u C: and winter will be more complete than we have ever 3

breeding in the body, poisoning the G
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fogging blood with the!!. Constipation brain its foul with emanation its b tainted the bEginG ex be :Gbalation before carried Note a few of the arrivals for the I

ning of more diseases than, perhaps
,. any other single isorder. The consequences : -4
of constipation are legion. l:
Headache, pain in the side, shortnessof G past week: i I
breath,undue fullness after eating, -oA
coldness of the extremities, nervousness : -. i
: indecision, lassitude, dizziness !
flatulence, and a score of IIij Ralston's 3Bolston's
8ilownet Ralston's Breakfast Food, Ralston's Health Flour, Pancake Flour,
other ailments are directly caused by :

/ou constipation.cure i its cott Cure tquen constipation(; Theq1tck-and tJ Cereal Coffee, "Presto" Breakfast Food, '"Force" Food, Potsum 3.

QS est cure of Dr.of this Pierce's: evil is:Pleasant obtained the ,. E and Grape Nuts. No 1 Fancy Shore Mackerel, in bulk and 10-lb. kits; Dutch 3 i

They are!small:! in size but wonderful :
.! in They result.contain They i o cure injurious permanently ingredi C 4! E: Herring, Kippered Herring, in bulk. Imported Sardines, Cod Roes, Fresh :: I

ents. The use of them does not beget : E French Peas Mush Rooms Succotash Edam and
the "bill habit." Ask your.druggist C Herring, ; Etc Pineapple I

;. fur the them.expense Fend of mailing 21 one-cent only, and stamp receive -, 41 III E Cream Cheese, Peanut Butter, Boneless Cod in 2-lb. packages.
Dr. Pierce'a Common Sense : -.4
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in covers. .
Medical adviser paper fI
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The work contains 100S pages and 700 .
illustrations. For 31 cents in stampsit --
can be had in substantial cloth : CHASE & SANBORN'S TEAS AND COFFEES. a I I41
Buttalo binding.,X.-Address Y. Dr. R. V Pierce, .Ci. !

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The Automobile Races. : -.. ;
As stated in cur Tuesday morning's .-... :;

issue principal the automobile attraction at races the'were Driving the .III: Ir In Heinz's Famous Keystone Brand we have Celery Salad, :

Park Tuesday afternoon. 'Ihere.
were three entries, viz: Dr. W.H. Spiced Pickles, Sweet Midget Gherkins, Preserved Sweet Pickles, i
: .
Powers with an excellent machine ..... ;
manufactured by the Locomobile III 1r
Company of America at Newton., : Tomato Chutney Etc, I
Mass; Dr.E. Van Hood with a buckboard --
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2 of the Orient make Waltham, =
)Ii-loS..,and Mr.: E.C.smith with one
of the Olds Mobile machines of Chica- I

The races crated intense excitment ..... i
and the start was very pretty but it ... j
was soon seen that the machine belonging -
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raced by to Mr.Dr.J.Powers H. Spencer, which, haft was E Our facilities for handling whoelsale trade are being improved evrey .

much the fastest speed and it wou

first faIl,place Smith the best winning two out of second three r.. day,, and it gives us pleasure to quote prices on any article in our line to "

oSeredwas place and, Dr.a Hood!25 purse.third. The The prize time -- merchants Write us for price. list and let us show you where we can .... :!

wade by Dr.Powers' auto was first
mile 3:07;second mile 2:57!. E save you money and time on your orders .1

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Died laar Fairfield. -. -4.1
Mr.Raymond Demere. an old and : -II ; :

respected his home citizen near of FaIrfield this county Sept.,diedat 21st. I' | Hay Corn Oats Bran Cow Feed Etc. 1 I i

Mr. Demere came from Georgia to ,
this county before the civil war. At
the outbreak of hostilities he enlistedin .-4...
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Dickison'a and .tIll
ca-npany throughout -
the struggle shared in its signal rE We invite of friends make
our out- -town to our store their headquarters i
triumphs. While living quiet life -
upon his farm since that time he has r-

been his death noted ia as universally a charitable lamented.giver and Make your appointments to read: "Meet me at the Teapot"THE l l41

Beautiful Complexions. i
r Are spoiled by using any kind of -
preparations that fills the pores of the
ekin. The best way to secure a clear TEA POT GROCEgy.A. .
complexion, free from eallowuess,
pimples,blotches, etc.,is to keep the .
liver in Rood order. An occasional
doee of Herbine will cleanse the bow. BROWN & BRO, Proprietors. 1'1'tII
ela,regulate the liver,and so establish
a clear healthy complexion. $c. at E .- :
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mroonKIDmCORE ..... ..-41... J#

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