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 9, 1903
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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P'. Baneti, of Piue, and Clarence appreciate a good weekly newspaper Now is the Time to Fence!

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it, 3- visitors: to the city Monday.Mr. about the excellent newspaper We are agents for the popular AMERICAN WIRE FENCING -

t 1. f g we art now giving our patron and keep constantly on hand a big supply of barbed and I

!.f' $ .... rr L. J. Bell, of Brevard, H. C., smooth wire and can furnish any quantity desired on short notice.

y \ ::: who is interested iu Home valuable Mr. L. M. Raysor and family, of We are county agents for the FAMOUS: SYRACUSE CHILLED -

if_ IN A BOX ,! tracts of land in this section, stoppedover Anthony, are now residents of Ocala PLOWS.

I :::: in Ocala Monday ou his way and are occupying the residence on
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,. OcklawaLa
SU home. avenue recently purchased
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... t:. Mr. "ECONOMY" and "BLACK
by Raysor's son, Mr. Ben E.
j It y,'U want to write a nice letter you con .10 it if Sou have Y Mrs. W. :M. Pirter, formerly Miss q .i t K 9L
1 s I1ICf'ilt"tl"t"r You're iu a box If yu ha ,,'"'t the and i Ray 6or.I HAWK"
paper Pearl Maun, of this city, but who is I Corn Shelters.
a- -paperi ID Ii DIce box tr you buy it hereVe line mauy styles. :: I. ;;
) now one of Jacksonville's popular Mr. James Boreland, of Citra was

i e POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. young matrons, i is in Ocala on a visittortlativerf. in town Wednesday iutcrviewingMessrs. ----

Taylor and MerTert aa to the 't
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: r == price of orange crates. This reminds I
rr Mr. John T. Lewis, the popular
us that the "good old timea" are returning ,
postmaster, merchant, orange buyer
t once a;:ain. 1
i f. ra and all-round hustler of Moss Bluff, % GLASS, ETC.
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-a was moving among his friends in The Metropolis, of Jacksonville, ia
a I I
:r: Ocala Monday offering a free trip to Europe, a free :

o- -::1 trip to Saratoga, the queen of water.

: r-: -I Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crawford, of ing places, and a free trip to St. Louis

i Montbrook, were at the Ocala House! during the great World's Fair. It
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; Monday. Mrs Crawford was formerly has a superb cartoon service, and is a ,

: -- ra I Miss Cora RawU and is well superb newspaper. See all about it

-l I1 known in Ocala. in another column.Mr. you are in need of anything in the line of hardware let U3

quote you prices. We guarantee to give satisfaction on even the ;
,1 David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Mr. J. Mortimer Smith, represent. (Sidney Hiller returned Tuesday mallest article. :

., ing the Ludden-Cam pbeU.lSwlth I morning from his summer va-

} :Music Company, of Jacksonville, is I ration ,which he spent touring the Hubbard & flcDuff, 1
in the and made this with his
fr city office a call western states in company
w Monday morning. (father mother anclslstt'\8. He says he

'. }I had the time of bh life. Mrs. Hiller

; t 4 If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or Mr. L. L. )It>gg"of Orange Springs, and the Misses Hiller are now in New

lease on royalty communicate with him. was among' Ocala's visitors Monday. York City and will be absent several MILLINERY I C

Besides being the principal. merchantof weeks longer.M. .

that section, he is one of its largest

naval stores operators. Indeed, heia MtCarroll, for the past few Our handsome line of Fall and Winter Millinery is arriving
J. Edwards at his I every day and it is beyond doubt the best selected and most com-
Office( next to Dr. Smith. Posto&ct Block. Ocala Fla. one of the moot successful men in the days assisting
Ocala House bar in the capacity of plete assortment ever seen in Ocala. Just arrived the newest .
county. shapes and styles inReadytoWear .
manager, returned to this city yesterday '
WAN rtD-Ood Florida Seed Rye.
J I Iuu and spend a short time with Hats
Ocala Seed Store. 8-2Stf. .
ELIZABETH nA tIS. LBCJ Eiitflr Mr. Jules Cohen returned Tuesday his family. Mr. McCarroll says Ocalais Fine Ostrich Plumes .'

---* from New York, where he baa been Mr. James Harris is at Clay Springs one of the liveliest towns of its <
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. spending a few weeks. drinking its waters for stomach size in the United States, and that Fancy Veils,

troubles aud writes that hi* improvement business of all kinds ia on a. boom.- Beaver Hats
Mr. Allen Rogers has gone to Pa- ,
has been marked. Gainesville Sun.
Mr, A. S. Berlack I is in the city. very
: Novelties in Ribbons.
I L latka to sell road machinery incidentally have in Florida some very wonder ,
l I... hands with "Our Mr. C. J. Leituer, our former Griner
Mr.R. A. Green went<< to Clearwater to ful curative waters aDd the will be lot
every year Farm correspondent, i-j attending the Among arrivals within the next few days a
I ( Tuesday.Mr. Boo." they are becoming more and more of FRENCH PATTERN HATS of the latest creations. Call on
I South Florida Military Institute and
Mr. Arthur Hardaker the popular known. us for your millinery. .
f H. C. Groves has gone to Washington is 'eorporal in Company B. He
superintendent of the West Milk, at
; on business.: Levon, was a pleasant visitor to the Mr. and Mrs. Don 1Yesteott Me- writes that the school has a much MRS LUCIE E B, EATON ,

I The site for the new public building city Monday.Mrs. Laury are at the Ocala House. They larger enrollment than last year andthat Mrs. Hicks' old stand Magnolia Street. :
the outlook Is and
as bright .
have bfen spending the summer in
will be selected soon.
; S. L. Fletcher and daughter. New York state and they will make proiiisiug aa a rainbow. The : }

Mrs. frank Brown of Silver Springs MissGusbie, of Pm, are the guests of their home in this city. Mr. students are very much in love with. : ttr"rttr"rttr"r"r"rttr"r""r"'t"tr"r'tr"" "!!" " " "." " "fL'!

wu In Ocala Monday.We Mrs. J. W. Castel lot her home on :McLaury is president of the Northern the president, Colonel Harry P. Baya.If :::: .. \

learn t Mr. Vernon South Third street. & Southern Lumber Company, which Ocala can't put on as many airs E. K. NELSON & CO.

located at Cornell, in this Belmont and Punta
county. as Long Bridge,
Clyatt is again quite sick. How many of OcaU's enterprising, :: -
Gorda and hear all the senatorial and -- r.S
j citizens are going to 1 =
t public spirited ; = -
1 A number of ladies
took advantage -
Slate Attorney Allred ia attending young gub -
the Ocala Banner secure for ruatorialaspirantssheIspromi-
help of the ladies' afternoon at 5 Fall Announcement !
r to the States' interests at Tavares. Ocala the mate fair? ed at least) an address from a, candidate Millinery
the bowling alley Monday and enjoyed
for one of the minor officers We wish to announce to our many patrons as wellas ==
Yes. O. W. Reagan has several
t Mr. W. K. Zcwadski has gone toT spirited games. The highest that of secretary of state. Hon. to the public in general that our line of ::::Sg
from visit to her old home iu IVun- business scores were made by Miss Louella -- -
vare. ou Irgsl James E. Browne, a beautiful aud
eylvaula.Mr. Gary and Miss Gertrude Perada. The FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY :.
r Judge Huliock, who is convening D1agu tic orator, will be with us
Hugh Haley has returned from other bowling were Mrs. F. L. Watson r: For 1903-04 : J
court at that place this Saturday. afternoon. His boyhoodwas -

'a Atlanta, where he has been s-pending Mrs.! A. E Gerig, Miss Esther spent on the"old Broome place," -= will be here in a few days. It will be composed of :-: Zr a

r.. the bummer.F Mr. W. R. Holliday, deputy bberitl'for Weathers, Miss JauetVeathers, Miss! near Ocala and he is entitled to :an selections from the most popular millinery houses in 5I

the Eureka district, brought in a Edith Piatt, Miss Mary Reardon, Miss :: the country--everything new and up-to-date. We IS:
Mr. L. B. MvKiuzie, of AiKuta, is ovation in this county.Mr. determined ladies of Ocala and =S
party Monday for carrying concealed Sara \Ybufield, Miss Sara Harris aud E are to give the surE __

r ia the city on a visit to his sister, Mrs.J. weapons. He was held for trial. Miss Violet Harris. Richard 1 S.: Hall, of this city, is :: rounding territory the very latest creations in the =5
= millinery art this season, and to show them how well 1
K. Wilson.Mr. member of the tank committee of
t have'succeeded want them all to call in few 3
No danger of consumption:: if you I r we we a
Chas. Peyser and family moved use Folt'y's Honey and Tar to cur Among the visitors to Ocala Monday the Turpentine Operators Association, :I days and examine our stock. Watch for the opening 13

Pootoffice Drug was Mr. Frank Lytle, manager of which was appointed at the J lust meeting :: date later. 3
into the Crook house ou South that stubborn cougb.
,:. 1 Store. m the Sun Crest Orange Grove Company of that body. The committeemet -P r-
-- --- -
< street Monday.
___ at Stantr.u on Lake Weir. He in Jacksonville last Tuesday and -
L IB i -- Mr. John W. Hall, of D-iisj, was a
: )Ir. w. d. \\ est, of Valdosta, proprietor pleasant caller at our office Tuesday.He says that he will ship this year 1,000 will make a report whether or not it 1 E. K.: NELSON & CO. 1

Lev crates of grape fruit and rive or six is advisable to buy the controllingstock -
wills at on,
,. of the West says the farmers of his neighborhood :: ZSE3HAs'! :! 210C1 OA.A, FI. !tIDA. :: '
*** U here on a business visit. are saving an abundance of hay. hundred boxes of oranges. The grapefruit of the National Tank and Export -- wa ;

-. -- ---- --.- are looking very pretty and bethinks Company aud organize under its -
'0 Mr. W.i. Moore, a prominent hotel Mr. Jessee Billingsley, who Las they will bring fancy prices. I charter or to organize separately the 7JI11lI1111lIIllUIlIIlIIII1lIII111lIIlIIIIlIiIIIlIIIIIN111:? ( 111111111JIt(

man and orange grower of Hawthorne, been iu Mr. Will Hocker's office The fanciest grape fruit are now quo- ultimate object being to establish

was seen on our streets Monday. during the summer, .left buuday for ted at $8 per crate. tanks and warehouses in this state. :'
9-\: !!!!
: Tallahassee, where ht will act aa S
Quite a number of Ocala people I The popular view of the relation of Mr. W. J. Crosby:: executive committeeman -
'hut to Anthony Sunday to attend clerk in GuveruorJenuings' the blood to human character and for the Citra precinct, [ ( NT1-MONOPOLYDRUG
conduct is marked in familiar =
Miss Emma Tucker's bible readings. Mrs. Jake iirow and children, after many a represented his .thriving section at
expression. We speak of there being
i spending a most: pleasant summer at the county site Monday. Mr. Crosby _
Reagan, of "bad blood" between people at enmity I'm
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cape May, N. J., are home again of "blue blood" &a indicating has been a citizen of Citra for more Medicine ia: one thing that stands between life and death. Your

Winoua, I1sJ., ate the guests of their Mr. Brown, who went north several ancestry, oi "black blood" as describing than three years and speaks hope physician writes a prescription that will do you good if properly put
x. 0. W. Reagau. I l and drugs used. We are now prepared to fill
and Mrs. good
parents Mr. accompanied them home a treacherous nature, and in many fully of its prospects. He estimates up pure
---- ago another phrase mark our belief that tions at short notice with drugs from Park, Davis & Co., pre5criP-1
Mr. of )I&rioncouDty's the orange shipments this year at It ia worth while .
W. M. Ross, one 151 equally reliable houses. your to think
Miss moral
Mrs. H, A. Ford and daughter, in the mental, and physicalman
'r most successful operators, have been spending "the blood is the life." The one something over six thousand boxes. ill subject aud insist on your prescriptions heiug brought there where m : a i
Emily Ford, who Besides the of but the best drugs that nan be procured are used.
was registered at the Ocala House months in Canada and basis of a healthful, happy and useful care an orange grove nothing very m ;

Monday. several life is pure blood. With the blood Mr. Crosby ia engaged quite extensively Full Line of Standard Patent Medicines. l

New York returned home Monday pure disease has no permanent lodging in the trucking business, and ,: f fgj
1 Mr. W. E. Zimmerman, Miss Nora afternoon much to the delight of place in the system. For this reason 1 '
has also charge of Mr. C. W. White'sbusiDess.
linollockandMiss\ i Allie Townsend, their Ocala friends. the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medscal Our Line of !

of Martin shopping In Ocala Discovery rids the body of diseases <

Monday were A Dozen Times Night. which have their origin in the impur- Beautiful Complexions. }1m Fine Toilet Soaps Peraurrjery, Fancy Stationery, Etc. r

Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry, ity of the blood. It absolutely purl. Are spoiled by using any kind of i Cannot be surpassed in central Florida, and as to price, we can x

Dr. and Mrs. Hy Robinson return- W. Ya.. writes: "I have had t he kid. ties the blood, carrying off the waste preparations that fills the pores of the \>uli say that we propose standing strictly up to'wI *t our name m ;

., td to Jacksonville Sunday after a and bladder trouble for years, and aud poisonous matter incrtasing the, skin. The best way to secure a clear indicates. + iJ 1it

abort visit with their daughter, Mrs. it uey became: so bad that I was obliged: to action of the blood making glands, complexion, free from sallow ness, t tl
..3r least a down times a night. and building up the body; by supplying pimples: blotches, etc., is to keep the Give Us a Cail.i ,
A. H. Marsh.MM. at
get up permanet benefit the blood in quantity and quality liver in good order. An occasionaldose DRUG
luever recieved any PTI-MONOPOLY STOKE
' D. A. Clarke and baby of medcine until I tried Foley's such aa ia essential to a. condition of of Herbine will cleanse the bowels i l I
from any
4 Ocala Monday After using two bottle, health. It cures ninety-eight peopleout regulate the liver, and go establish! J. W. CASTEL Prop. s
Mariel through Kidney Cure.
passed way home from a I /ilIA cured. Post Office Drug Score. of every hunnred who give it a a clear healthy complexion. 25c. at L : : :: :.J t'
-flernoouoa their
I m fair trial. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m ,_",. _.IC'Lt iJti' : 15Ct9alyrCl1iJ .M1 VLIIri C

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IN THE WOODS. : note of the denom- !j'I / :"_ 7"r A;; -I .. .
treasury necessary f 5u5 S.51SL 1a.:: .''Sua'1'S5t5 Su''a 5L 'SSa5"r57 S".5'3' SSS.?.FSSaS15'S." '-; sslS'1.:;>;.anJ"
Jill Stuffed Up ination, and penitently request that

That's the condition of many sufferers In your i iwue of last week "Sap- i you forgive toy fin and wash me I

from catarrh especially in the morning. pose?" appears to be: very presumptuous. white IWo enow until January, 12 Great difficulty ia experienced in cleAr-
However, our heart I 114 gladdened Oh, how deprosed in spirits!! -not
ing the head and throat. HARDWARE
... No wonder catarrh causes headache thereby, and, while we bask under moonshine-and overwhelmed Ri i'b I

impairs the taste emell and hearing the benign shades of a saw palmetto, shame to coufnjpUte the egregious

pollute the breath, deranges the stomach let in suppose that )Ir. Stockton has negligence. sir, the vry bait on the
and affects the appetite.To rI
cure catarrh, treatment most be realized the sou) inspiring results as bald spot of toy cranium baa turned

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constitutional-alterative and tonic. pictured by "Suppose." Oh, the as red as the rcfl-ttion of tee deep li. _...".1".__ '.--- '., '
f I was afflicted with catarrh. I took
medicines of different kinds lying each sublime and ecstatic thought! blue sea-and even obnoxious freckles
A air trial: but gradually grew worse until are appearing on celluloid-
let that Mr. my
Again, us
smell. I then suppose
I could hardly hear taste or
concluded to( try Hood's Sanaparilla, and Stockton, through and by his indefat Dtnk-tea-collar. I hop this will be awarning
After taking five bottles I was cared and i Where Quality Counts
9, hare not had any return of the disease! igable) and moet efficient agents to other delinquents, if any ,
Lebanon. Kan.Hood's .
has secured the necessary rights, privileges there be. Ac REVOIR.A .
and: emoluments usually accruing -

Cures the catarrh mucous-it membrane soothes and and strengthens builds- to the promoters of proposed gigantic REGRETTABLE LOSS. F THERE IS ONE CLASS of goods more than another

up the whole system. surpassing developments: the; equaling accomplishments perhaps )[ra. McDavid's loss by burglary Iii 11 I where quality means a great deal it .is in Hardware. The

last than
Saturday morning was more
OCALA OCCURRENCES. of the genii of the east coast, the value of the household goods and 11 11 II quality of the goods we should handle was the fi tIt

by importing thousands of Italians
money combined. The most valuable ll thought of our buyer when ordering immense
Mr. L. N. Orefn is back from a Slavs, Hungarians, etc.,-"cheap article ) our stock of I
being a beautiful gift of
{ 'vlIt to Virginia. labor"-to do the work and thus protest love and esteem from the new -Cana I Hardware. "Highest Quality" are the words we want to stand out most

Mr. Will Veal, of Cotton Plant was (1)) American labor, to-wit:: diaFloridiat.e n friends whose little daughter's 00 the minds of and f
prominent m our customers, we shall strive to maintain !
from the indignity of
In Ocala yesterday! : life she saved last winter. Unable to .

menial (?) labor and consequent pitiful accept their kind invitation to make II that standard on all the goods we sell, whether the purchase be i

Tuesday's Metropolis was cartoon remuneration.

less and did not look at all natural.Mr. Oh, how grand the effort, how sublime them visit these good friends in II large or small. We sell under positive guarantee, and everything must }r
tarn sent to her as a token of their
tie thought! Let us farther | be to representation or "it's no trade." :
E. L McIntosh baa accepted appreciation and tegyrd-a solid ail up .
suppose that Mr. Stockton, by andthrough I
ft position with Messrs. Munroe & ver cbatalain purse of most beautiful 1

Chambliss. his financial ability to command design and exquisite workmanship, We can furnish you anything in the line off
the forces of economic venture, II
on the front of which was a plate o
Mr. Montbolon Atkinson, of the exercised a burning desire to assert ,
plain silver, with raised letters i in (W.
Fellowship neighborhood, was in the his divine right in the propnetoublpof : Saw Mill Supplies s
gold these words: "A token of love
city yesterday. the said vision, if realized.
from Pansy Andrews, )I'ntrealCanada. 11m ;
What a grand opportunity the taxpayers ." Mining Supplies.
The Gainesville Star editor is never ( ,
of Florida would have to en I
00 happy as when posing as a martyrposing. The hook attached to the chain I i
and is always joy the veritable paradise ordained, could he removed and a hand purse, | Turpentine Supplies,

created and controlled by our JobS combined witb cbatalain bag wai

Mr. J. C. Williams, of Tallassee, C. Stockton, especially the class '
easily changed into either. On the Farming Implements, Etc.
Ala. the recently elected manager of who "fell the forests, reclaim the
broad hook was the word "Gratitude'in
the electric light plant, is expected desert places and o'er spread with
raised gold. The parse was from -
daily beauty tile morasses and barren
eight to nine inches in lenght by four
Dr. E. T. Allen the wa tes."
eye specialist, and a half inches wide. In this was

waa in Ocala yesterday. He sal s Oh the immense gratification of twenty five dollars in gold, two ten In fact we are prepared to furnish you with any article usually

things are now moving along smoothly this fortunate suggestion. And, dollar pieces and one five dollar r.

in DeLand. what more appropriate than that piece, a gift from the child's personal found in an up-to-date Hardware Store, and at a small margin of
Mr. Stockton shall be elected to the
Marion county farmers are putting friends.

into practice an old proverb: They: United States senate-in spite of a This purse while valuable and so profit, Give us a call.

are "maKlng hay while the eunshines. subsidized prter-and thus be in be t* highly prized, is more especially soon

." ter position to pursue policy incapable account of the nature of the gift,

of solution by a constituency, so coming as it did ia kind remembrance -
County license No. 1 issued by the I
overwhelmingly content and
props of a brave net and the combined MA ION HARDWRE COMPANY-
collector was in favor of Strauss A ous that they will ever be ready to: friendship of strangers expressing

Company, and enriched the county crown him with wreath of love aud sincere and heartfelt gratitude.

to the tune of $997.50. confidence for his
unexampled magnanimity If this description can lead to the 00 Northwest Corner Court House Square.
in owning that which
Last week twelve hundred school*, the recovery of the purse, alone, Mrs
public for.
with eixty thousand pupils, and one pays McDavid will be most thankful. The OCALA FLORIDA.

college, with about one hundred We notice vita Watteron's supplication i- foal is deeply felt by her not for its
for a Mos3. Will 131m
the Banner .
} students were opened in Porto Etcur. o' money value, but as a treasured gift.
please state what kind of a Moses is .
A. 8. Hells, one of the pionoer preferred by )lr. Watter n. There were five dollars in currency I I ; SSSSl55SSSS5551S55155SUu....... ssssss' eg S.5"! ssssss: SwStiSS s. SS.sssss:3ssss: : ro'S'S'S's fgg'11
I and two silver dollars a \\o taken. ,T. ' orange growers of Citra, was in Ocala We are fully prepared to manufaco ------.- .- --

Wednesday. His grove is coming into: a Moses according to order a id'WAS' ATTACKED THEN ROBBED.H. I r rI.

bearing and of course he is cheerful.Mr. 1. short tica. In I. !2111"HIllt 7.l" .... .
on n fact, there '" =""""" '2' IUII"j! : -;: I _,.--"'
H. H. O'Neal Attacked! In His Horn I I

8. E. Rowe came up from few left over on hand by Man and Woman. II I

Dunnellon for a few hours yesterday, They are elegantly embellished and 1 i' Atlart, Oct, 6.-,'< robbery with! .1 Real Estate! W11EX YOU 1I .IST TO GO
-wtlct! the police believe there was aa
and reports business in a flourishing very popular-In some places-put up attempted murder is being ia7 -: tisatd -

conditional Florida phosphate cen in wood tin or paper. Tne variety 0 and one arrest tas been made Real Estate !

ter. on hand at present are of exceptional was an assault rr. H. 1O' eat as North East orSw West
aged raJlrotd wutbman. by Hufus ,
design, are as follow
Collier and Company have moved Bates and two wcc-en. Bates is sau

over to the Banner: end of the city. Cleveland: Aldrich, Hanna, Quay, to have knocked; : tee: old! man la the Your wants in this line for That Your Ticket Head' '

When we get the new government I Addiek, Fowler, Rathbone Nee 19t tea. and rO'' : ['J Mr: of $135.

Heath and Buckler Mrs. Eula Belie Smith a woman -VIA
City or County Property --
building we'll be
strictly in the about 35 years of age is under arrest ,
t ewim.Mitw. The latter being especially adaptedto earged with aiding; Gates in the commission Orange Groves, etc., can I
the (political)climate of Louisville of tbe crisie

Virginia Mayo, who has been Ky., and i- a paymaster in the roleas TIle woman: has made a statement, be supplied. Special attention -

spending the summer witb friends in placing all the blaze en Bates.
required by the Courier-Journ al.
given rent accounts.
Officers Jolly, Rowan Spradlin and
Baltimore and
; Washington is now We will also, add thit the Hon.Simon Barefleld, who are ATLANTIC
in Jacksonville with her brother and working on the case, I COAST LINE
Boliver Buckner state
i is equally they have been informed that
a sister, Mr. and Mrs Ben Ma>o. Shewill efficient in leading as a vied presidential on Saturday tight Bates, with lira

return b3me in a few days. Smith and another woman, went toO'Neal's
candidate on a democratic, sound F. W. DITTO
tome en Glenn: street, near [
I Cartoonist J. K. Taylor will start money-bolting reorganizes ticket, as the knitting m.lls.: :Mrs. Smith t'* ,

hall e is in leading{ delegates (of questionable officers state went Into the house, and
afternoon paper in December in while she Real Estate and Insurance.
color) in a Kentucky was talking to the oil Cl.n.Bates ,
Jacksonville. It will be democratic republican .
entered and struck him over the roxvE\iE.vr SCIIEnUI.I
in politics and bright, novel and con ebtion. He is the finest kind of head.: As the old man lay: on the Ocala, Fla.FRFJE FINEST PULL5I.1X CAlls.
.- Moses. floor, Dies secured $lZ5 which O'Neal
aparkliug in
every way. The price
Permit to had secreted in the house, and after
us state that through Pu.l information cheerfully furnished
will be two cents. an axon application to ticket agents
giving the
woman a part of the money
I, oversight in the Florida legislature, te fled.

A number took advantage of the 1903, no license tax was imposed on Last tigtt 133 of he money was T Tampa J. WHITE, Fla., D. P. A. W. J. CRAIG, O. p, A.

beautiful moonlight last night and this flourishing Moses manufacturing found in Mrs Smith's home, No. 66 Wilmington, N. C.

went up to Anthony to bear Miss: industry, and, therefore can be retailed Glenn Mrs.street. ;=::. -,: -."': _:;:"" .:- :: ,:.:......::....::-.::-:.;- :;:._:- ,:.', ..r't: .'__. .
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, Tucker. We are pleased to say that and detailed remarkably cheap. "Rufus Bates lives In th esame tenement I t

: this gifted woman will be in Ocala So necessity for squeezing another house I do. Saturday night A TRIP TO EUROPE-

::1 Monday night and will preach on the silent tax: through legerdeman practices he told us he knew a man who had l(1\ II ,

subject of the "Holy Spirit." out of the gullible farmer a lot of monty He said the man was< r ,
mechanic Ills uncle and that he had robbed him
and laborers by reason of high before. I told him not to rob the old
, The house next to the John JWbeDAWoman Fe
i Dozier license on this Moses investor at. man. I went a part of the way with sAflI
! r house on Ocklawaha avenue which tlm. He entered O'Neal's
Order through Marconi's wire] house alone
! is owned by )lr. Otis T. Green tis Rush orders ess. and came out with a roll of money. He Depressed
promptly attended to and, gave me only J10. I went into O'Neal's .
: being painted and :
generally repaired ,
insured against breakage Say what house afterwards and saw blood on the REE has frequent
: I headaches
; and the bed." a"bad rose ot nems." ; \: '
appeerance of the appetite 1aek /
same is inablllty to of fJ
about a
Moses for sleep ,
a Sunny Florida? -- feeling.It is sot well a morbid allgone I JI r
greatly improved. An epidemic of Bates has escaped and the officers SOme dL e female n:& 3: 1
Au you would like to take
: have failed
:' house painting repairing and additions -to locate him. a... trip to Europe, the It's the Liver.

seems to have the Editor Interstate Fair T V&rld Fair Saratoga, '
struck O& ala of the Ocala Banner. Opens. Dan tel to get
Atlanta Oct. O'iO New York City or Ash- today at your druggists a bottla
with full force. Mr. Editor I must confess at 9 a. 0
-- -- a feel. m. toiay the gates of fie southern 1f vile, without b-virg to put
t -- ing of intense mortification 1, up of BERDINE
as I view Interstate fair were any your own money,
swung to ,
Mr. t;. H. Gait>>kille in the open '
says write the
with compunction damning welcome the crowds who here Jacksonville iletropol -
record are
Florida Agriculturist that a fair cannot unmistakeably visible in my blueto attend the opening exercises. Aa 9) # G i for particulars. end dI quickly estise organs and surely to their restore nOrmal the function LIver v.,,___
be maintained interesting like a new u
in unless program has .been woman after tar
Florid avery ; book. The item that causes arrang- nZ the rrst botW
my utter ed for each 50
day Cents.
low and a successful ALL
passenger i
rate is secu ed. DRUGGISTS
confusion this: "Due the Ocala season h expected.
The state is so sparsely populated that
Banner one dollar for the A.
year, D.
the visitors have Marshal Field ComJn.rule .
to come from
distances and long 1903," Sir, this subscription by London, Oct. 6.-The vThlte stai> ThE METROPOLIS
they will not make the and right ought to be Hner Oceanic, /whica will .
paid in ad- safl from r -- ___
trip unless extraordinary inducements vance. However, and to ease Liverpool for New York Wednesia CARTER % RySSELLPUBLISHING

are given them. I. conscience I enclose herewith my a 'will&hal take Field.among her passengers Mar- j -- CO fOlIY5KIDllliYCllitB FOLEnIlONEYA.'DTAR

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1 1JZaETn Local Editor I Ir MR. KAISER RETURNS TO OCALA ,' ,
i. (\ BUSINESS ClIA GE. An Ocala Boy's Performance.J. I

. -rfr-= -- Standley MonVrt, Ocala's boy S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,

- ABOUT TOWN. The Carmichael Son Company Purchase historian has just arrived in Florida

the McGrath Place. by Clyde ship Apache, on his way to S. A STANDLEY & CO. r
Kate Ganisby will begin her f the law school
of Stetson University,
Next "
' E1tI to the Ocala Banner the )Ic.
pert week. to his studies. is .
1r1aed Grath Place" is the oldest hutfn.olandmark pusue a

of hustler and mixes hN vacation with Feed and Sale Stables
r ed Cputra National Bank tI in this city. first Livery ,

""'wdl soon oheu its door It changed hands Saturday, the pleasure. Being
O ak class! he offered his '
stenographer wan :
J Carmichael Ron Co., becoming the

, '}ii.1.. kit Porter left SaturdayMtxtaoou pun-haters. old po>iiiou in Nashville in April We carry the most complete

I Stetson University.LhiugBtou last with theV.. U. T. Co. After !
;; The building as well as the stock of -.
: line of Harness, Saddles etc ;
', very close application-working 14 ,
goods go with the purchase .
has rttum- '
)(r.GiQord: Carolina. I1+ The Carmichael 1 Sou Company will hours per day--be found his wallet in central Florida, and will give fjil "t1,.,. .
South ,
to ,
rd flaw avisit much bloated the 'ff "" .9; ;
so scanning
make extensive change und im very .
.'t our patrons the very lowest Eil" ':' < j
'11 fir J. A. Plttm to and Thomas prow em Cuts. Canadian breezes, took: the Lake ".... .. 1',, ,, \
)I PricesYe are thoroughly:: { ..r ".;.,. '?, J
Ocklawaha livergjto Shore route to :Niagara: Falls and ,, '" ,
B.( !yareO1 the J4 % I IM Iw Do Good-It Pays.A I
[ iiid fighting lllOCluitoatlHr. Chicago man Las clt-med that Cacada, returning via the Hudson to .! equipped for fitting out turpen j FR hZ !

good deeds better than real estate New York City, where he found a I
[ tine lumber 1
\ the Lake Weir an< teams, gear, .j } 1.
rue of the latter are worth- job awaiting him as reporter for the I >
, 1 registered at the 1e' Act and gently show wagons, etc. t'1lfitJ t'1!: !
6rower, was s. kindly : Herald. Stanley is only IS but is living _
and lend hand :... L ..."':::........ .. J..1.t 1
iS Ocil+ibou8e Noturday. sympatuy a helping away up in the 40s to the average
You cannot possible lose by it. Most AVe always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and. Summers 1 ;
under himilar circumstances.
f fdty'8 Honey and Tar cures coughs Mr. Robert Kaiser, whose portraitwe men appreciate a kind, word and MIcourtigemeut men
and Prevents pneumonia. more than substantial Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons. : <
.;kids print above, ha just returuwi from i Beware of Ciataeats tor Catarrh: That
T keI1O: lIublitutes. Postoffice Drug the help. There areiperfons iu this rom- North Side Court )(ou*('. ON\I:.. FlaKSTABL18TIED
ill North, where besides iimkiufra Csstah Mercury, i
f muuity who might truthfully sajs:
u.ei' trip for. pleasure, he made it one of "My good friend, cheer up. A few as mercury will surely destroy the .
1 A. Collier, of of smell and completely derange
Mr'W. Ln-tuellVhil in the North Mr. doses of Cbarnbealuin'fe Cough Ifemedy sense
JTjk 0d bride, are spending a part the whole system!: when entering it 'YVVVyvvvvvvvv"vvv""vvvvvv"v"vv"'V'VV"A }
,& Kaiser hid ample opportunities for will rid you af your cold,and thereis
ft( tbUr honeymoon at the Windsor. no danger whatever from puemonla through the mucous surfaces. Such i 1; YEARS. .
seeing! the latest machinery made for I articles should never be used excepton > I
medicine. It always
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'tTllnes.u on.lYr. ___ his business in operation, and nothing prescriptions from reputable physicians JHANNE
I : cures. I know it for it has helped t BROS : ,
| .and Mrs. Mallory Liddou re- what would swat!\ suit the uewlsof the me out many a time hold by allIruggists a- the damage they will do is it j

r rted Saturday: morning from New Cap* FloridaMeatPaekiugCuurpyuy's I : & Medicine Dealers mAn ten fold to the good you can possibly! : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND. BEER HOUSE. ; i 4
. derive from them. Hall's Catarrh .
where they bare beeu plant, of which h* has had i : 1246 to 125S ;
Y I'k' state, chargefor Ocala Woman Shoots a Burglar. Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla.

ri is!lug the summer.'ortpleastut the past year, his purchased; for I I Saturday morning about four & Co., Toledo, 0., contains! no mer- >> 4 Full!,Its. IJ Full Qts. r a

take Cham- this establishment numerous machines i o'clock Mrs Gratz MeDivid was cury, and is taken internally, acting : Hu ntingClub $165 $?JOO i:
physic Nelson County 2.90 750
for doing a largr business her and directly upon the blood and mucous Monogram Maryland 3 20 800 ,
and Liver Tablets.: I i awakened by a noise in room a y
surfaces of the system. In buying d's'44" 3 75 9.50'
pleasant iu etlect. For thau ever before. in bed saw home one rifling :Social: Drops 400 II.OO
kgeJ! }take, on rising: IJall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get _. y t
f. all druggists and medicine Under the mansg-ment of :Mr. can't tell what we
sill l her bureau drawers. 4
, I I the genuine. It i is taken internally EXPRESS Pi\.EPAID. have until you try.

I 44.'U;.; Herman Beuj,min, the Florida Meat! I The brave woman seized a pistol, I and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. : Our reference, 15 years successful business."ou : {

, 'Mri Carter and family left H I>tur- Packing Company has rroxvu: from an I which she had under her pillow! and Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. A.'VAAAAAAAA-": ..- -AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..A..A"A&AlW'""

* dn for theta, where they will! reside.iL experiment into u lay* and nu-- t find at the intruder and as he escap Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bottle. ,' .--

.k City Index. lsrtautiudutry, anoi.e that is re- i through a window, she ru>-heJ to .
Hall's Pills the best.
I Ml*. Carter is the mother of Mrs. E. ctiviug the hearty aupp rt of every I 4 it aud fired two other shots at him Family are JUST RECEIVED

rCMeLeo.5, of Keudrick.I Marion county community. He contemplates and in her excitement jumped out of An Enterprising Firm. .>
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i' the free that this season's business {II the window m pursuit of him. The H. B. Masters' Departmentstore

Vf. Will Duuu, who wou I will more than!: trebhis: that of list I The scoundrel instead of fleeing in today's with a OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
appears paper
N\w York ofl>red by the JacktWiill : lettuce of the
|Trip 14 most reliable seed farmers in the United
I t.t'U04IU, alA as he is i a very emi,rv- seiz-d, her by the arm and threatenedto full announcement of iU splendid
*, Record, has returned. He States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
'" bad
new machinery fur the plant is proof I her son to her rt>!>cUand the bold Never before in its history has this and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. '

i l-ruuml poeition at )bster:! buffi -ieLt that he has good! grounds \! burglar esc l'pd. firm had so many attractive goods. Corn Be sure for to spring.see or write us before. you buy your Early :. 1

'. JluWarthington, of the Metnpitoleft I for his predictions. I He left his. hat, which was pierced The advertisemeut tells something
1 8iturd..)'. He was captiva. I Another reduction his been ma-le i with two bullet holes, and left m his about them. Head it and be govern.

;[>;|i aith Ocala and promises to give in the price of pure lard, aud .it ,will I I foot prints a stream of blood, which ed accordingly. The Ocala Seed Store'I

[ut tip-top write-up. We are expectbgouuiettiing : prove a saving to housekeepers to get showed that her aim was unerring. Future announcements will tell of

\ \! good. prices before purchasing this and like j I The thief succeeded iu getting away ,home of the things that cannot fail to -- ---- -- -- --

MM. G uisby and Miss Kate Garni- products. II I with her pocket look, which contained be pleasing to the lady customers and

bj rrturuel Saturday afternoon from Fine weioerwurs' and bologna may thirty-two dollars! in mouey. the special attractions in housekeeping THE CLUB H01SE.

JictsonvUle, Aa.! and Atlanta, Ja., be had every day at the East Florida Mrs. McDavid describes the man lines. > I .

f .hrrdthey have been spending about Meat Packing Company's plant at the as heiuij very Clack, short and toek- Every department is thoroughly inline

i two- mouths. crowing of the 1\: ,, L. and A. C. L..I I ily built. 'I with the times. .i

l railroads. his Cuisine First Class ,
Bloodhounds were placed upon Rates Reasonable
| Mrs Allen Muuroe. Mr. Robert I had been I Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days.. .
Saved fwo From Death."OurIllrledauhterhad tracks, buII.S so many
Abbie and Annie For several month our younger brortberhad t
Vjaro aud Misses
almost and the dots did
; au I pacing re-passing!
been troubled with indiges-l Refurfjisiled Tlroug out. Special Rates Month
] by
: Mannw returned Saturday afternoon
; fatal attack of hooping cough Mnd I not keep the scent and after some tioii. He tried several remedies but '
!from Ashville, N.C., where they have bronchitis," writes w. K. H \'ihllld,1 .
I hours the chase had to be abandoned.Mrs. got no peuififc from them.Ve purchased .
t N. Y. "but when all .
of Armouk, ,
| ; the summer. of Chamberlain's Stomach
ipent )David set a good exampleand some
other remedies failed, we saved her I -----r
and Liver Tablets and he commenced I
Mr. J. K. Austin and little daugb- life with Dr. King's New Discovery. we believe it will have a salutary taking them. Inside of thirty \IRS.: TIlOS. J. BARNES, PROP

who had Consumption in ellect. ._ -
1 ttr Jean, and Mrs. Austin's mother Our niece, days he gained forty pounds in flesh. -
an advanced stage, also! used rue wonderful He Learned a Great Truth.It IIe'is recovered. We havea
)l11.Kt'Uogg,returned Saturday after- now fully ...
medicine and today she is l perfectly that he -- -- --- -- - --- .
is said of John Wesley good trade on the Tablets.-HOLLEYBKOS. --- -
Goon from New York and Thousand
throat and
: well. Desperate once said to MistressYeIey: "Whydo ., Merchants, Long Branch, Mo. !iP =]LIiI..1 illfi: :
ItUnda where they have been for to Dr. King's New S
lung diseases you tell that child the same thing :For sale by all Druggist & Medicine z
'mrtl months. Discovery as to no other medicine ou over and over again?""John Wesley, Dealers. InTo WE EAT MEAT
for Coughs aud I
earth. Infal'ibl because once telling is not enough. ,

; In the automobile races Dr. E. Van Colds. 50- and $1.00 bottles uarraute- It is for the same reason that you are Engage in Turpentine Business. I i ,'-.. To grow.( Unless we get
Anti-MonOpoly Drug Store, and : '. : : ',1: ... 1
Hood Has the hindmost in the pro- ed by told again and agaiu that Chamberlaiu'ij .0. '
Trial bottle free. m Messrs. C. A. Liddon and Mallory 1 1'0"$'{' '\.,!:-. :"-"t' Ito.'I(,.. good meat we may as wE-Ulet 12.;
,fcwion. As he was returning to the Tydinp&f'o. Cough Remedy cures colds and ',: ," \ : IS!
Liddon will : it alone. There ia
it counteracts any tendencyof shortly engage in the i mtlt ?: no strengthin
*sty he met a bevy of little girls and Thelma. ; turpentine business. They have I ::91 : :. '/ ; tough meat-instead of
here diseases to result in pneu- 1 J ., ,: \
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cried out, "Who beat Dr. Thelma a mouia, and that it pleasant and bought a large acreage of timber lands I: f'1! ....7=:' -'; t'x;:': "k? ts strength to digest W

The Doctor quickly replied:All !beat anything heretofore seen in it, and safe to take. For tale by all Druggist in South Florida and will soon have a i I fijr'r':1: :; ; it. It p
""Dr. Hood." with a complete and stupendous! staging Medicine* Dealers.- _._ iu fine still in operation. !': ,. .-. .. i N : buying meat-be sure to get: .
will be the attraction the Marion The Gem Phosphate Company.The I I'tal -' ":'J ; : : 1
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Mia Sue Barco left Saturday after- I'" '.. ;1'm: the best-tender and choice. .
Opera House Tuesday evening, October above is the name of a new Scores the Best Record. : : I
!.nOOQ .for New York city. She will i ,'t. ; gf. 5j] Pay a little! more if need be and ti
13th. phosphate company that has recently Mr. J. H. : 4
rtend: a fashionable finishing school Spencer is developinginto i I --- t-m-\ ir it putsonlethinglnyourstomach k
This play is now in its third prosperous I been organized with headquarters inthis all round He E.g -
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sport. won
\too Fifth avenue and will remain I ,Uf,. J'f\ ,, :;; which will put flesh on your
year, and conies to us roundedout I city.Mr. automobile race and yesterday morning il .l-# ..ei'i '$!. bones and blood in
|deny until spring. Miss Barco is one I strong your
and perfected by repeated! presen J. R. Williams New berry, made a score of 224 at the bowl. .
', *f O a1a'd most attractive young
I-die5 and she will be greatly misseda tations.A is president, and Mr. Thomas Sexton, ing ally-the beat reco.'d that has yet i EDiRDS: I
; with BROS.
to Ocala cast thoroughly in keeping theV ll known expert of Ocala, is., been made at that popular rendez

society this winter. the demands of a truly. great success general manager of the company.One vous. IZI StaIN 2 and 1 City Market, Ocala, Fla.
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6heritNugent, of Marion county, baa been secured this year, and everything plant is already in operationnear Ilijii2i
I'u t visitor here a few days since, done to make the advent of Floral City and two other plants Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His 9 bi1L:

tHe| Want after wrongdoers but was this play in our midst a notable will be put in operation as soon as Hand.

[lon a still hunt for a home, and ex- amusement occasion. necessary machinery can be procured. While opening a box, J, C. Mount,
of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS

lP +a his intention not to be an )fr. J. V. Falrhead, the wtll known I penny nail through the fleshy part of

aflta-aeeker In the future very em- bachelor aud grocer, returned Mr. Sexton bought four excellent of his hand. "I thought at once of,I OCALA, FLORIDA.
Vhttlcally.-Dunedia coy to Times.talon. mules Saturday from S. A. Staudlty all the pain and soreness this would i
this morning from Or'ala, wherehe
.. home & Co., besides wagons, harness and cause me," he says, "and immedi-
.. has been in attendance at the gun other fixtures. ately applied Chamberlain's Pain I I BOILERS 0 ENGINES

f There U but one hundred acres of I tournament given by the gun club of The new company will soon make Balm and occasionally afterwards. I

Mr. Fairhead was the itself known in the phosphate world.. To my surprise it removed all pain
J land in all the world devoted to the I that place. t Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pumps,
of the meet, taking three Letter. and soreness and the injured parts Sawmills, Saws-circular and Belt-
nltivttion from which ""high gun" A Love e drag,
;! of the pepper soon healed." For sale all
were by
first alone and dividing first Wouldn't interest you if you're look ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of
iHascosauee purses
ia made and druggists and medicine dealers. m .l
I 14s out of 156 for a guaranteed Salve for Sores, V
{factory. Tobasco pepper-the hottest three times, breaking ing MILL .\ X]) MINING SUPPLIES.IRON .
also making one run of 81 Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder, The Jacksonville newspapers were j
f thingon to become blue ,
earth-promises Mo. writes: suffered with an ugly
which is probably like the by tbe calf run over-
PO f111 in Florida. Our senatorial, birds without a miss, sore for a year, but a box of Bucklen's
made by an not one word to say about the base-
lUbetnatorial and congressional can- the best score ever Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best ,
Florida.-JacksonvilleMetropolia.T Salve on earth. .25c at AntiMonopoly ball game in yeah and the defeat.of
in ALL .
dldttes might monopolize the indusI&J ; ..amateur__ : OF MACHINE-, WORK|(
.. Drug Store and Tydiugs& Co. m he Roielands.. ,
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'jiU ELISABETH HASSIS Local Editor TURPENTINE OPERATORS. I Kindergarten Opening I Ocala's Public Library. I Ben Raysor on the Fruit Outlook. Says the Rate is Prohibitive.To S

The Ocala. Kindergarten school For more than a decade a few of the Iu a letter to the New York Fruit the Editor ot the Ocala Ba&ner.Mclntosb i .
I Oct. 8, 1903.
; ii, HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. opened Monday mprning. ladies of Ocala have maintained a and Produce News, )!r. Ben Ray&or, "
Officers You "Have Fair in Ocala
.f != are Re-Elected-the Meetingis say a ,
Miss Auuie Sharpe, the accomplished public library almost without a of this city, gives noine interesting
f Harmonious and Pleasant. notwithstanding: the failure of the
: k \jfiV.. W. Coudon has gone to New and efficient principal of the particle of cost to the citi zeus of the facts about the orange crop. Iu substance -
The Ocala Mib-awonation: of theTurprniiue Columbia county association to com-
I school, will he assisted this by
koft. year he he has visited a num-
Operators for this district city.The says ply with their proposition, thereby
\ ''' )It. Louis Dosh returned yesterday Mrs. Carrie Long, who was with her library i U very much appreciated btr of sections, but has been unable to
1 t' met in Urn city yesterday. Those putting the State Fair Association in
Orlando. last year, and temporarily, Mrs. Harry and has been productive of much obtain definite fuels He .believes
froo present were the following: )Ie ,.ri'. F. deot.Thert! would have been afair held
t' Lapham who was formerly good and its loss would be blow
a a to that the will be 10 cent
:1 : P. J. Reeves::, of Spring Park, Lan, Louis Lang, D.niel Clark, A. tfie uaiuage per iu Ocala ibis Tall if a fair rate could
Rev. teacher iu the school, will be one of community. He considers
more. nearly
L. Rowe, R L. Barnes, T. 0. Hall: R. : have been secured from the railroads.A .
Vas here the teachers. The teacher whom Mrs. Alice E. Law, one of the organizers Iu cent of the fruit ou the grouu t.
i d. Hall, E. P. Thanard! J. T. Peacock.J. per rate of one cent per mile was begged
Ml.-s\ Sharpe:; expected was too ill to of the libr.try association: It will take luo weeks to determine
Liddon was iu Jacksonville B. Martin, J. M. Bell, Robert for-although for ordinary excur-
come and for the presenlMrs. Laphamwill has contributed the rooms in which i the roitiplele I damage! I I1
Wednesday ou business.Mr. Monroe, [.. Morn and James Tiller. sions when there was no etlortto
take her place. the library is located fur nearly eleven j Much of the fruit on the trees: ties
Being the uijii'ittl meeting the first i aid in the state's development being .
and )ln Edward Holder were The building used for the school )'earsbe feels that she has done her l!! bciu: pierced by thorns, and will not I
I business in order was the election of made, a less rate was given-for a fair
at the Ocala! House Wednesday this year is the residence on South full share and gives notice that!. aCt..r' bl' shedding for tea 'days or two
officers.Mr. -that had in view--state development
Second street formerly occupied by the first of April, 1904, a fairlreutal: weeks. Hem )S the storm was most
i Mr.J. Pearson Moody, of this city, Thagiird, in a very graceful and betterment only-a cent
the late P. 15. Dukes. It is a splendid will be charged for the rooms. severe ta: DeSoto) and Manatee: counties
b now with 110 large shoe house iu manUT nominated C d. Laug fur and a halt per mile was denunded.
location for a school has large playgrounds We hope the matter will be takenup which are the largest orange section
Atlaata.V president and the iioiuination met This rate is prohibitive. Our popu- :
and the building Is a largeone. and enough money will be raisednot in the stale. He believes that
are constantly adding new with i.voi. only to pay for the rent of the the market: will be ruined and go to
hous> a tying attendance to a fair
2 native to our list of daily ttuliscrib tihowinghow popuUrCol.Lang Quite number of scholars in I but for
a were rooms the better equipmentof I I I pieces before the fruit season is commenced '
is with his :turpentine relhren. He without getting attendance from
4trL : atteudance ou the opening morning the game and for the purchase of : as shippers are gathering: the
some distance. I am to have to
endeavored -Iwliue sorry
I Mr.Dixon Irvine, of McIntosh, was > Ute honor butno and the school bids fair to have a new books. from the ground and sending
y the roads in the interior of the
wnuhl be
excuser accepted so for
i i t prominent visitor Ocala Wedu s- most prosperous term. them to various marEets. They are )_
the third tini, he was uuaiuiuuously' Result of the Timos-Union Contest. state gave strongest opposition to the
-- day. and unsalable. He the
__ el.oseu the presiding officer of the Church Tea at Mrs. Teague's. Middle and, West P'lotida.-Misa green says 1 rate asked: (ur. It is useless to attempt -
R. McKean returned which left Jacksonville I
Hr.Geo. yesterday Cljde steamer
association. Tuesday afternoon a large number a f/Air-at the rate offered
Mamie Randall
of Kampala, first, .
from a visit to his last took boxes
morniug Saturday out 1,600
: )Ir. Rowe met witli a eiuiiliar. condition of the Ocala ladies found their way: to with 10.356; Miss Lulu Ulma Bird, of with any idea of making expenses..

? pareUtl at&rasotl1. of aud to the home of Mrs. Frank A. Teajjue: Closing lie says: "I believe there Yours truly,
j things notwithstanding Mouticello, second with 10.023: ; MibS
will be few of fine Parson
a cars very :
Tbe candidates for sheriff are not his efforts to have some on* else, share on Ocklaw.h avenue, where a delightful May Limes, of Madison, third, with S. H. GAITSKILL.
Brown oranges to go between the 5th
ujing very much but are doing some the honors he has been monopolizing church tea was in progress. 79SS. Confession of a Priost.
aud 8th of October. This is one of the
very loud thinking. fur some time his etloru were un- Mrs. Teague: was pleasantly assistedby West Coast Miss Agnes Rogers, of Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake: Ark.,

Miss Wartmann of Citra Miss\ earliest oranges grown, and now writes "For 12 I suffered from t
and he years
availing was:: unanimously reelected St. Petersburg, first with 11,173; Miss
Pare your coupon: and give themto shows quite some color. I expect to Yellow Jaundice. consulted a num
Teague of Lady Lake Miss Minnie
secretary.The Sara E. Harris, of Ocala second with
U> little girls: and make the stove ship the first car of really well colored her of physiciaus and tried all sorts of
Miss and :MissD
same: fate befell the p-ipular Gamsby, 11,129 Miss! Mary Wart mann, of
sanest interesting. ; : and merchantable stock to leave this medicines, but got no relief. Then I

-- treasurer, Mr. Barnes, au.l bis election )'e. Citra, third with 9,543. began to use Electric Bitters and feel
state. This car will load at Mica-
)1r. W K. wadakl returned yesterday wag without oppolil!: <,u. After etuliug a short while in the East C oast-Miss! Lillian Thomas, that I am now cured of a disease that

morning from Tavares, where The subject of box cutting next engaged parlor in pleasant conversation the of Jacksonville, first with 60,613; Miss nopy on Monday, the 28th inst., and had me in its grisp for twelve years."

goes to New Orleans. My next car If want a reliabla medicine for
bi had ,been attending court. the attention of the associat ladies were" asked into the dining Edith G. Pye, of Jacksonville, second, you
will also go from Micauopy, and will Liver and Kidney trouble, ctomach
--- Mi Pauline Sullivan
ion. room where =s with Miss Irene O. Irvine, of I
54,128; disorder general debility, get Electric -
Mr. Joe Leaveng-xxi, of Coshoctou, load October 1st, for Cincinnati. e f
Mr. T. C. Hall moved that the Miss Florrie Condon and Mbs Jessie Lake City, third, with 43.457. Bitters. It's guaranteed by AntiMonopoly 1
Ohio, U at Duunellou vUitiut:: his .. After that I can load. a few cars of the
Palmer served refreshments. -- --- Store and &
resolution adopted by the general assembly Drug Tydings
Eddie Coleman Dead. Parson Brown and Oval Sweets
eoasiu, Mrs. M. D. Turnipsecd.Mr. << be the tiub.a- Altogether the "tea" was a most early: Co. Ooly 50c. m
adopted by On Hay 11, 1903, Eddie Coleman, from the Lake Weir section. This
W. N. Camp was among the sociation which was accordinglydone. pleast one and the proceeds of it will We All Rejoice. 1
I. colored, alarmed the Brooklyn suburb fruit now shows good color and is
Ocala registered at the Windier be added to the steadily increasing "Patience and industry
people perseverance
section the city by getting drunk fully matured."I .
la Jacksonville, Wednesday. The price to be paid for cattin of fund of the Building Association of ," it Islat.t, have their reward, and
and shooting at every one who approached made the first shipment of grape
boxes was next discussed and a price Grace Episcopal church. all Florida will he glad to know that
--- -- him iu a colored boarding fruit which left Florida this season: I
Mrs C. \. Marsh, of North Carolina fixed which member of the this is true in the splendid example of
was every Spent More Than $1,000. ;
house. He wade no exception of consisting of Menu's seedless, whichis
will arrive in Ocal. in a few association believes will be satisfactory W. W. Baker of Plainview Neb., Major George R. Fairbanks, Florida's
officials, shooting Deputy Sherpa J. a very early Variety, full colored.
days fora visit to her IOU, Mr. A. H. to all concerned.The writes: "My wife Buffered from lung noted historian. i
D. Vinzaut in the side and Police- These shipments went to New York
Uanfa. associationwanted to impress I trouble for fifteen years. She tried a Though located nearly two hundred f
Foster in the hand. Before and Boston
man Kirby on the 15th. am shipping -
The Misses Adams returned tonight upon iu members the necessity of numbrr of doctors and spent over miles north of Tampa, Major Fairbanks -
$1,000 without relief. She became Coleman could be made to stir : to New York this week from the
to their home in Ocala Fla, limiting the number of boxes to at no time despaired of rehabilitating
very low and lost all hope. A friend render, many shots were exchanged Tacoma and Micanopy sections, and
after a visit In Atlanta.-Atlanta those the state his frozen located near
: agreed upon by association recommended Foley's Honey and Tar I by the negro and the, policemen. prices are very satisfactory." grove,

Journal. some time ago aud It was and thanks to this great remedy itI Island Grove on the north side of
Viuzant rtceived letter
Today Mr. : a
Mn. ti. E. Waterman, who has agreed that if one member of the association saved her life. She enjoys$ better For the Farmer.A Orange lake, and the fact that it is }
from 1:3.:: A. Rawls, of Ocala: saving
health than she baa (Iknown in ten
been pending the summer in Chester, wanted to cut more boxes years" Refuse substitutes. Post- that Coleman died of congestion of copy of the pamphlet "Principlesof again bearing will be pleasant news to s

friends in and another less that relief would be Profitable Farming," is before us the aged historian's friends throughout -
Is. C. ia
'" office, Drug Store. m the brain, September 5th, in the
individual members in that in a new and revised edition. Florida and to fruit growers
Augusta Oa.
prison hospital at that place.-Metro-
way, but iu the aggregate, the A Wonderful Pit. The principles of proper rotation everywhere. -

Mill Mary Little leaver in a few I number of boxes is not to be in The Gem Phosphate Company has poll with leguminous; crops and the great The grove will yield several thou #

days for Orlando to coutiuue her creased. leased through Dr. Hatchcock from Croke into His Ho se. advantages to be derived by such sand boxes of oranges this season and

studies In the Perry Clark Episcopal The, time for cutting boxes was also the owner, Mr. Harry P. Johnson, S. Le Quinn of Caveudibh: Vt., was: methods are explained in the pamphlet the savor of the fruit is simply deli- .. f

rubbed of his health by invasion .
chool at that place. I discu wHd and it was agreed that the of A.uville, N. C., a forty acre tract of customary in a fascinating manner. A description cious.
of Chronic Constipation. When I
Mr. Horace Avery, of Jacksonville, first of December tsouM be the date.!. land in Citrus county that is said to Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into of the experiment farm at Hover Ask Advice. ( i I!

traveling ageut for the :Merchants & Messrs.! R. K. Hall and Walter fray be ih" richest that has yet been struck Southern Pines, N. C., where the When you have a cough or cold !
his house, his trouble was arrestedand I
Miner Steamship Company, was in members of the executive committte iu Florida.A II' now he's entirely curtd They're best methods of using fertilizer are don't ask: what is good for it and get i

Oeala Wednesday.fcWhen of the tank touipau made a report, pit has been sunk on the laud to guaranteed to cllrt',. .at Anti Monopoly being gfidied and put into practice. Is some medicine with little or no merit i

I Which way I iu eilect that the National the depth of eighty feet and from top Drug Store and Tyding-j & Co. m also a valuaole feature of this publi I and perhaps dangerous. Ask for Fo '

is a man old?" is a question Tauk & Export Company has s illbi&ty I to bottom is a solid ledge of phosphaterock. Some---- -New-Citizens.- -- cation.A ley's Honey and Tar, the greatest

fjtnj the rouuds of the Tom I thorough of the book
press. of iu capital block unsold ps-rsual:
percent aud it
Mr. J. H. Livingston, completed throat lung remedy, cures
Platt Is youthful at 70 and will soon bo it is proposed: that the turpen- Experts say that the pit, perhaps, hundred would be of interest and benefit to all coughs and colds quickly. Postoffice
a sile:: Monday of one acres
to married, and at 500 Methuselah association!. purchase said Block which will yield more than two million tons. practical farmers and copies can be S m 1 -
of land near Ocala, to Mr. Henry Drug ore.
wa yet a kid. will then give them control and this It will yield a fortune for all con- had free of charge, by writing to toe
Decker and Mr. Emory Yates, both of Y.icauopy having shipped a carload
Mr. C. E. Herrick and daughter, action was agreed to.As nected with it.Accident. German Kali Works, 93 Nassau St., ,
ludiaua. There
Vinceunes gentle. .
of oranges! the first in nine

)IN. Wallace and daughter, Mrs. soon as:: the stock is purchasedthe to Mr. Fuller. men have also leaded a tract of land New York, N. Y.Tha years, i is putting on frills and flounces.

Mary 1Yllliams-Allen and )[r. R. J. holders are to meet iu Savannahand !. Mr. W. B. Fuller, foreman of the near Anthony and are coiLing here Delineator. We hope this car load will be followed

K] iht of River were at reorganize and establish tauKs:: mines at
Buttgenbach for the of planting water
purpose The November number of the Delin- I by many others. This little town
the Ocala House yesterday. where most needed. Dunnellon, was quite badly hurt yes melons and cantaloupes and they will
eator is just out and all would lo well was once&n orange shipping center

)Ir. Alfred-H. Marsh has rented After some, informal discussions! the terday. While loosening a cable I reside in Ocala. to secure a copy.It and we hope it will regain its former

1 the lower floor of the Woodrow house association adjourned to meet again some part of the machinery slipped Mr. Decker and Mr. Yates are large contains the usual number of I

ea South Orange street aud will move tne first Thursday in November. und struck him on the face and body farmers: in Indiana and if successfulin good short stories, poems, early winter prestige.'I t-t

Into wounding him severely.: His face their venture here will be
lame In few Mr. Woodrow Mothers.
a days. fashions, seasonable millinery, articleson The
and the children in was badly bruised, several ribs broken followed by quite a number of their
will their
family occupy upper Who would keep dressmaking, lessons in plain sewing -
floor. and his body otherwise bruised. Mr. friends in that state. i
watch for the first farming
good health should needlework, society observances,
),fro J. S. Thomas, of Fort McCoy, symptoms of worms, and remove Fuller was brought home yesterday The Ocala Greenhouse Sold. articles on gardening! housekeeping,
for medical attention and
made thU ottice pleasant call and them with While's Cream Vermifuge. Mr. O. M. Goodrich has sold his college life, girls' interests, the Business k
his friends hope to see him out in a College.
ttUcribed for the Ocala Banner andy I It is the children's best tonic. It acts interest in the Ocala Greenhouse to kitchen, fashions for brides and many

>,Times Union as he waut3 to keep : digestion at work so that their food short while. Mr. Chas. F. Schneider, Mr. P. W.Spellman other interesting and instructive
does them good, and they grow up
pwted on state, county and national healthy: and strong. _5c. at Anti- Visited Anthony Tuesday. having sold his interest sketches.
ra. Mouopoly. Drug Store ui Mra. W. H. Clark, Mrs. B. H. Seymour sometime ago to Mr. Hiues.Messrs. Will Speak in Ocala. .
__ lIr. c. O. Leitner, one of Dunn-I i YdZ}. W. :Martin, and Mrs. Hines and Schneider, who Hon. James E. Broome, candidatefor OLDEST i

'11011" hustling business men, was in I Death of Mrs. Dillaberry. Gard'drove up to Anthony Tues will conduct the business hereafter, secretary of state, will be in Ocala BEST .

01 yesterday! on business. He left I Mrs. Frank J. Dillaberry died at day and spent the day. are florists and landscape gardeners of Saturday and will deliver an address -

*f Gainesville on the afternoon A. the home of her daughter, Mrs. John These ladies are very great admi- many years standing. in the afternoon to %a many as may

C. I the Cotton Plant, Tuesday of Miss Emma Tucker, the wonderful them. i
train. "Doc" reports Parker, at rers Ocala does well to secure come out to bear him.

boePhate City moving along at a night of dropsy and waS burled Wed- woman evangelist, aad went to I Kentucky Horses and Mules For He is a gifted and polished speakerand Applications constantly on s ,

!rely the Barnes cemetery six Anthony Tuesday to lend aid to her
&ce. nesday in Sale. those fortunate enough to hear file ror graduates to fill

Mrs W. B.: HoUy and little ion, miles south of Ocala. Besides other efforts by their presence. E. E. Berkley, of Mt. Sterling, him will be splendidly entertained. good positions. t

fcnton relatives to mourn her death Mrs. After leaving Anthony Miss Tucker I
L left Wednesday for Atlanta. Ky., will be in McIntosh, Fla., on Address !
leaves one son and one visit Ocala. "Watch the Kidneys."
btt will
< Holly goes to the Gate City for Dillaberry Friday, the 9th of October _(today])

b, Purpose of having Dr. Calhoun daughter, Mrs. John Parker, of Cot- fo cure a cold In one day with a car load of first class horses "When* they are affected life is in -- r -"

F. Dilla- danger, sajs Dr. Abernethy, the ,
and Mr. William Tab-
ge ove curcu from her little boy'seJte ton Plant, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
and mules. In order to insure quick
English physician. Foley'sKidney
great I.
Ocala Ban- refund the L M. BUTTON
The All druggists moneyif
of this city. leta.
and it la hoped that the little berry, sales the stork will be offered Cur makes sound kidneys. ,
the bereave it failes to cure. E. W. Grove'ssignature
kI1OV will return fully restored to ner extends sympathy is on each box.-25c low. 109 dawn Postoffice Drug Store. m Tampa, Fa.!

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I II give Mm every opportunity possible
: THE OCALA BAN NER. I- I'I \ to lose his tamper. One thing is certain SCOIT'S'EMULSION

and di-iucliu"Hou upon tbe
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What Might Onlybollo.Dro6m"CI II of Senator Taliaferro to meet
by The Editor '< '< ASPIRANTS' DESCRIBED. part
BUSS 2ASSIS, Ett:?. Mr. Stockton will u once be misconstrufd '

?. 7. Learwgs:!, Szshsss aaer. I Senator Call Ulll EAter the Race- by the latter's friends; and,on
Still! Thinks Stockton Bstrzjed the whole, it is probable that the I
in I Scott's Emulsion is then
will till his appointments
was, we believe, Lord Ro-eberry, would havtr;entertained no hostile Him in 97 without < ans of life and of( the eaoyment -
iu the past,
th- future as
t who made a peech some years ago fetliugsazaiuMt his former master The "Lobbjisl" in Tampa Tribune. : of life of thousands Unen.
J. N. C.'s movements.A .
that attracted so much attention both and that wouM have done away with The time was when every story, reference to women and children.

tbe "race problem" that now have moral or otherwise had a "moral," PUNTA GORDA POINTER.
in this country and ifl England. The we To the men Scott's Eroyj.
will be remembered that Senator
"What so bi ou our band but times change, and with that It
subject! of his speech was, -ion gives the flesh and
._ Been1 And why not the south change the "moral" has passed away.Rut Taliaferro spoke| twice at Punta Gorda.
1 Might Have was permitted -trength so necessary fur the
was'prepared in advance
His first speech
] withdraw from it has by no means yet passed of
to peacefully
\ If there had been no King George his second, made in reply to 'ure consumption and therepairing
qniteoutof ei :ht, and in tbe tbnll- ;
the union? of losses
=- III be said, there would have been no Stockton's attack, was entirely impromptu body I from
MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING revolutionary war and no separationof t I The right of revolution is a sacredone iug political tale the present campaign in ':ny wasting disease.
TO and of those present
ABLE one
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL is to see unfolded there may be ,
OF THEMSELVES, HAS the colonies from the mother aud in this instance was a constitutional this For women Scott's Emu)
CARE it in
TAKE the
describing scene put
TAKEN ITS STAND IS THE BARRICADES country. l one. \\ by, then, was not tbe "moral" that he who runs may -ion does this and more It j a
south permitted to withdraw iu i mot: sustaining food and
AD ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR The seat of British empire might The senator's first speech was all

'" TBS BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE have beep transferred from Londonto peace? Why was she held to the The proper place for a proper"mor- but it was obviously onic for the special trials that

BOTTOM.- -- al" i:?, of course, at the end of the right enough 'vomen have to bear.
Washington City and the British compact at the cannon's mouth?
But when
story; but in this case, the lesson in. premeditated. sprangto To children Scott's Emu
OCTOBER 9 1903. have been waving peace- Why was her property sacredly
FRIDAY flag might his feet to repel Stockton's thrusts,
be i
volvrd may already seen loomingup -:on gives food and
fully over the whole North American. guaranteed to her by constitution, he turned himself loose. The words strength
through the mists of factional
vaguely for growth of flesh and bot
the continent. forcibly taken from her without"due
Enter oyster, him in stream.
from a living
: who poured
S disturbance where those
and blood. For
and fat been : pale
Juicy That this country would have of law" or the girls
process payment a
Exit the shapeless! and her institutions run fast enough may read and growwillt' He never once he-itated, never once ror thin and sickly boys Scott'i
to England
loyal dollar?
r Panama "otherwise." repeated himself; and, though he was
or Emulsion is
have but to cite the con- a great help.
we The bibical story! of the prodigalson plainly hot clear through, he never :
Tbe moral of this senatorial oonte-t
i is: a lull in politiC'S.Holmes I Send for free tampl
duct of Canada. has no parallel when tbe prodigal: then, may properly be summed up In once lost control of himself. But SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists
: county joins the dry column Along the same lines pursued by 409-415 Pearl Street. NtwYorl5Oc.
children of the seceeding states were these words-"Business and politic Stockton-well, if at any time he had and $1.00( all druglst

Governor Odell, of New York, says LordlRo8t>terry let us make another forced to return to their father's house don't mix." control of himself be failed to showit

beware of the man: with a grievance. supposition and dream dreams of and again swear allegiance to the dig The words came to me hot from tbe to any alarming extent." mind, his announcement ins'see.

Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist-is in New' "What.Might Have Been!" of the union. bat of one who is beyond doubt the One of the politicians who was on be expected.

. York with the Florida editors and Suppose that the Southern slAte&- The bible story is that tbe prodigalson mot successful. man of his age in all the platform at Punta Gorda on the This statement will u fcourw.t*

was careful to leave his! pepper-box at exercising their constitutional rights-with- was received with outstretched Florida. He spoke in confidence and eventful day, says that! when Mr. hooted at, but let It ttand. Time
had been permitted to peacefully
arms. He fell upon his father's neck that confidence shall not be violatedby Taliaferro sat down he said to a man will show.
.bome. _ draw from the union-"What Might
and the old man wept for joy any further Indication of his iden lit his side: "Did I say anything I
: The St. Augustine Record seems Have Been?" very ; The SUnalaf of Fulls.

actually to think that Hon. C. M. The results are so stupenduous thatincontem1atingthem rings were placed upon the son's tity. should not have said?" The apple is the must dcmomm

In fingers and he was given the chief "If" said our authority, "John "Xot in my judgment," was tbe
for over of all fruit The
Brown is running congress the mind almost pomegranatepriestly to
.. Stockton had left politics in 1SOO he "I think what said was
place of authority; the fatted calf} was reply. you
I the is the
: the second district. halts it the conception.Why ; grape royal orange
slain and the scene was .enlivened would have been one of the richest well said and the right thiu& to say
is luxurious the tch aDd
awful the to es ; |> jw
Florida and those would not proposition
I Politics in ,
in Florida But he must under the circumstances.
with music and made merry with eating men today.
are plutocrats; but the apple btioeo
pepper-boxes, seem tablish a separate government
threatening and drinking. rite his two horses at one and the The same observer also declares it
fallen to the earth with a disconsolate :- been practical and why would not to the populace. Its symbolic of eMI
Not same time, and what is the result? to be his firm belief! that Mr. Stock.
thud. snob a government been successful so with the southern prodigal: ; country store and the corner grocery.
Tbe enemies he has made iht: animosities intended to such I
ton never go any
peaceful and prosperous? (we use the word prodigal simply to It breathes the tree spirit of tkt
Kentucky the state of be has engendered have occasion and that he
Living in length ou that ,
The southern people' bad shown the parallel.) There were no American township and villt It
Clay, Prenti and Breckenridge, arisen agiiust him when least expected has since then been told that be injured -
; their capacity and genius for pelf government outstretched arms to recei hint; han flavor of old Nrw England u4
Henry Watterson thinks we need a and his political chickens have himself by his violence. This
by furnishing more than there was no fatted calf slain, and no yet a pungency as of the south uA
Moses-what if he should visit FlorIda come home to roost with vengen-. authority believes that the former ,
their quota of the statesmen conduct- music nor merry making. He was I middle west. It U niii'i ptUUbta,
: ? ance. Today he is a man with a Jacksonville banker makes these
t ing national affairs up to the time of stripped! of his rings and for a long nourishing and proiuotUe offwifellowship
A number ot newspapers say that time denied grievance. tense and embittered with little breaks inadvertently, and that
the attempted separation.Who the right of suffrage. and long life.-AtL.ta
Grover Cleveland is the "greatest a sense of what he necessarily describes once be is started bis tongue literallyruns
familiar with the history of Naked and empty handed he was Journal. _,
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living democrat." And yet as a as his 'wrong;' but what are away with him.
an alien in his own Found!
believes that the southern country. .
democrat Grover is about as dead as country, in reality, simply the inevitable results However this may be, it is certain
. :.. would not have shown as When Elgland manumitted her A second hand political 1 p"pyf IJtiI.
Julius Caesar.Pulitics people of hi* feverish political! activity. that the sense of injury is never far
; for the slaves the owners for Shoots backwards and forwards tat
much as were paid
genius government every like John Stockton, and that is why from the surface of John Stockton'smind
in Florid are growing Canadians to the north of us and the one so manumitted; the Brazilian like'to all at once. Any polHirUD niiUiw
I don't see him turniuga party nowadays and that he harps
somewhat cold and dull. When the Mexicans to the south of us? government did likewise and so did it that ants, it. The lu d refu'ts II.
contest into a personal encounter. with painful pertin-teity upon one
, ': editors get back from New York The people would have been homo- every other government except that ,
OX TIlE OTHER HAND. string in svavm aud out or it. Here Mr. John N. C. M *' .tft. ifl4
where they have seen the g. o. p. jjeneousanti there would have been no over which floats the stars and "
"My principle, continued the U a cattf iu point: While riding in atrolley out on his campaign witli a loE-l"""

elephant and the Tammany tiger, sectional difl renct-s to disturb the stripes. speaker, "applies with almost equalforce i-ar (rout IkSotor "Soda box, well
they may warm up and brighten up a unity and amity of atrtir' Bonds gone, money gone, slaves
: to the junior senator. He hliiil "Water"Park in Tamps to Ballast careless anti sumeli'ueit evrn rnkta:

bit _ With slave labor, the south would gone, in many instances: cotton and
; succeeded where Stockton hss, not- Point ou Libor Day, Stockton who in the u'e of iU conttnu. It deN,

: People in the interior of the state have monopolized the production of house burned and live stock driven in business, and some people take it was holding forth in bu usual impassioned therefore, seem in bad tut' for fc$

President Roosevelt de- the world's cotton supply and tbe factories away, labor demoralized, no one will I .
: glad that "
are for granted that he must, therefore, strain to a decidedly "mixtdltaudituce. newspapers to talk a out tl.-x 5I
Clintd the Invitation to attend the for its manufacture: would have ever know theipains and heartachesand "
,, !
succeed in politics. Bat that is a closed by declaring: that he just attacks upon Mr. S'> .t.JU

Jacksonville Carnival. The president been moved hither. The southern hardships of tbe southern people mistaken notion. Just Mr. !:;tockton's had years ago taught "Jim" and"Carsou" "Lay on MacDulI and diuiunl I* 1M

is little spectacular and a whole people would have become the richest during those momentous years. '' "
a political success helped to blight Taliiferro "all they knew who first cries, 'HoW, enoujl. M' .

show in himself but would hardly bet and most independent of earth. No wonder there were so mauy his business prospects, so may Mr. about banking. E. R. Guuby, the seem to be the rpr-box| matte

card in Florida. The fclave would have been gradually sudden deaths and suicides.
ft drawing Taliaferro's business success ultimately well known republican lawyer and After the first di sn out of the W

In the dim-aud- mellow past we emancipated the tame as in Hayti, And what was it all for? injure his political future. oman politician, was onjhe car, and lookIng the cry is, Hold, Mu-DulT If"

Cuba% and other Simply because the south asked to
South Awerica
have heard it stated that the contents can walk two ways at once-no up at Stockton ,put in a with a enough!"

oJ p of a sugar bowl as a drawing card countrits and after his emancipationTHE be let alone. man need hope togetanything in dry smile, "They proved pretty apt

were far more efficacious than the -. --.' I this world without paying for it; "ed. pupils, didn't they, John?"_A commentary The Accient City H r.u..IOC. up I

:: contents of a pepper-box, and the THE LYNCHING. I her and then drove her from him if John Stockton made a mistake iu which provoked a smile class of thug Mr. E. J 1D101f.

,Baying was once very general that II Sam. 13 Chap. with curses. not gettiug out of politics ar-d sticking from those present who were "ou the editor of the Record i is a oull milL

: you could catch more flys with syrup The first account of a lynching recorded 1 The broken hearted damsel went to business, James P. Taliaferro inside. weighing scarcely more than a h***

than with vinegar. Perhaps the in history will be found in the out weeping, rent her garments: and certainly made another ic not getting AS TO \\ ILKIX-;OX CALL. d red pounds, an4 twice wih.u! ; tM

human fly has a preference for sugar, pages of tbe bible. put ashes on her head, and told her out of business when he got into One of Stockton's weakest points is I past six months he ha! been tlu-H

too. Absalom the favorite son of David sorrows to her brother Absalom. I politics.; his apparent inability to realize that up on from behInd and assaulted >f

planned and executed the aflairaud I He swore vengt-uance in bU hart. Now the man who said all this is times have changed and that his men almost if not fully twice Mi

the culprit was his half brother, : then and there and decreed that the something of a politician himself, "machine" ba? ( han ed with them. size-and the mayor eased his eoI"

Amnon. deed merited death and that has been and the temptation to ask if he were GoveinorJennings now has a neat science by fining the last tbug>!l' s''

Absalom must have been a very the penalty set for the crime in all not an exception to his rule proved little "machine" of his own and costs. Five hundred dollar .0IIIt

handsome mau as he WIS praised future ages.Absalom. irresistible. He smiled-it was an more than one man whom John scarcely have been adequate.No. .

throughout all Israel for his beauty. gave a feast, invited his odd smile. Stockton counts among his supporters !
p '
We don't believe that re'
The text says: "From the sole of brother to it and when he became "Xo. I see what you mean, but is "hooked up" with the other ft'Uws.1
dent Roosevelt has wen tKJU&bt"
his foot even unto the crown of his filled with wine, set upon him with you dou't see what I mean. I never Take Wilkinson Call, for example.
a price by the l"1jfn&D1&aD'. KJP**"
head there was no blemish on him." his servants and slew him. go into politics, except when my business Ask one of John Stockton's friends
era but U: favoring that rout tttM*
S He had a full sister v,hose name was Though taking the law into his interests call me there, and how the"old man" stands in this
Just a glimpse of a woman's face i is! it will prove less helpful to tbe *.**
often all that is needed to t:ll the storyof Tamar and she was described as own bands, and the victim was even then, I go on farther than is senatorial fight; and you will invariably apiMi,
the is giHgrered
her daily suffering. No woman can "fair." king's son, nothing was done with necessary; and when I get what I get one of two answers: "Oh,
endue for long the pangs of womanly diseases the whole southern section and .-beI-
:. without' falling off in face and form. She must have been as beautifula Abs&Iom. went for, why, I get out again, I Call does not cut any ice now," or **

: Women who have been cured of woman as Absalom was a man. The lynching was condoned and make politics an entirely secondary "He will support John, of course." ever opportunity offers is detero
womanly diseases by the use of Doctor ed to smite it hip and thigh.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription,frequentlyrefer Bo captivating was her beauty that Absalom restored to favor. consideration. They long ago be These people flatter themselves., --- -

with pleasure to the gain in appear- Amnou, her half brother, formed an I Who's Was It. came the most prominent feature of There is not a man in all Florida Mrs. tftuyvesant Fib, to *ay I**
well in which has
\ ance as as feelings,
come with their cure. evil and uncontrollable passion for Some one advertises in another John's spiritual outfit and you can whom Wilkinson Call would not least, is severely frank. For proof *

"Favorite, dries Prescription"weakening drains cures,irregularity heals- her. I column that he has found a secondhand imagine what part they play in Senator sooner see elevated to the United which witness the following:

inflammation and ulceration, and cures Under the pretence of being sick political pepper-box. Who'swas Taliaferro's mud: nowadays. States senate, than John Stockton. "Mrs. Roosevelt, the wife of &

female Sick women weakness.are invited to consult Dr. he allured her to his bed chamberand it and are those jerk-back Strange how the same drug affects They will tell you that Call has forgiven year president, and dresses she looks, it!"said, on pa

Pierce, by letter, free. All correspondence committed upon her the crime weapons being abandoned. different men-how the same political Stockton for dropping him for ---- ,

.,. confidential.treated Address as sacredly Dr. R.private V. Pierce and, which is followed so swiftly today Sometimes young men are taken problem appeals to different Mallory in 1S97-that he has forgottenit. Would you, liEe an Arab, ratbff

: Buffalo, N. Y. with hemp and sometimes with up and sent to the chain gang beCAuse minds. Wilkinson Call never forgets and fold your tent and steel away, or Ilk
Your medicines have done me so much good ON THE STCMP. fl*
I feel like a different woman."writes Mrs. Mary fagots. of he has never yet learned how to for- some Americans, unroll jour
.. Murphy,of Milton.Trimble Co.,Kentucky. 'Six they have "no visible means For instance, some of Senator Talia-
months ago I began to think I would not see Listen to his plaint and see how give.It. and steal a railway?
.. another well day. but had made up my mind to support. How can young man ferro's friends are of the opinion that
follow jour advice and give Dr. Pterce'a medicin mean and deceitful and contemptible is a well known fact that in 1597 *
a thorough trial. I have taken six bottlesof without "visible means of scpport'with he !should absolutely refuse: to again When introduced to Tammanj
.. *Favonte Prescription six of 'Golden Medical he was: he would: have sooner seen Chipley unfllOfl1
,, Discovery,1 four vials of Dr. Pierce' Pellets, two strong arms? meet John Stockton on the stump; the cousin of W. J. Bryan l
two bottles of'Sman.Weed.' Also some Lotion "So Amnon lay down and made elected than Mallory, and I should
Tablets. Have gained five pounds since last The president might gratify his love they take the ground that the latter's i Jennings, of Florida received
r August. I will tell the good news to all suffering himself sick, and when the king not be at all surprised were he to feel
invalids for it was a'Heavenly messages to me for military display by sending a violent eruption at Punta Gorda was ovation.Do .
2 when I found out what to do for relief. was come to see him Amnon in much the same way at heart today .
Favorite Prescription makes weak said unto the king: I pray thee, few warships! after the trusts. There such as to render him forever ineligible You Know Whit You are Tikiifr;
.- women strong,sick women well. Accept so far as Taliaferro and Stocktonare
substitute for let Tamar, my sister, come and is water enough in most of them to for any further parliamentary 'f"ul
no the medicine which concerned.All When you take Grove'aChill
works wonders for weak women. make me a couple of cakes in float onr entire navy.-Bryan's Com consideration. Others, I
The People's Medical Adviser, 1008 my sight that I may eat at her this, however, i is beside the Tonic because the ltJ
equally loyal;tqually devoted to the
pages,free on receipt of stamps to pay hands." moner. question, for the excellent reason that plainly printed on every bottle
expense of mailing only. Sena 21 one- Jefferson county .went dry by a junior senator, maintain that he ILO"-I
Tamar did as she was bidden to do Mr. Call baa decided
: cent stamps for the paper-covered edition, to enter the sen- ing that it is simply iron
r or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound volume, and when she went into his room large majority. The election was on should meet his wiry little opponent atorial race himself, and, unless in a tasteless form. No

I to Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Amnon being the stronger, deniedhe Oct. 1. whenever and wherever he can, and something happens to change his paY. Wt. *j


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r .,. GIGANTIC ENTERPRISE chanting scenery far away from the MINSON'S DISAPPOINTMENT. of trouble over Minson's jug business,
-J dirt, humidity, and vitiated air and ] they emptied out nearly all of the CHRONIC SORES
Seven Wonders smoke
World's Eclipsed of the
t"t' 'u. bustling city, wbere An Ocklawaha River RomanceHowSome 1 beer and filled up the barrel with
.4100,000,000 Engineering Feat. life-giving breezes
are with
tempered Ladies Figured In an good swamp water without alteringthe

Bishop Falls House, bright sunshine and scattered broadcast Illicit Distillery.To Leer<< much Signs of Polluted Blood.
41 Olive Bridge, N. Y., }I over tall
i Oct. I, 1303. J Jt peaks that tower to- the Some time after that ;Minson was
i Editor of the Ocala Banner. There is nothing so repulsive looking and disgusting as an old sore.
wards the
n tie Editor oflheOckUBannerrneasurmeut. blue vaults above. It is Once upon a time, lour enough ago in an adjoining town and noticed You worry over It till the brain grows weary and work with it until the

I ., plans, within, almost a stone's throw of the several barrels standing about with patience is exhausted and the very sight of the old festering sickly looking
t4urveys. to plead the statute of .limitations
spot where place makes you irritable, despondent and desperate.A .
tptClt1CILIIOUIi and costs are about took "Old Rip Van Winkle" there lived near the klawaha,a man "L. V. I. A." painted on them-and chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthyand

g pleted or the new gigantic water his long nap, and where "Leather upon inquiry, he was told that it impoverished condition that constitution is breaking down under
I Stocking" aud "\ Bumps"roamed by the name of Miuson whose occu the effects of some serious disorder. The taking of strong medicines, like t
the commlsalonesa and their lltty meant-"Ladie3 Villia
e Improvement
f plant by : mercury or potash, will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the blood and impair "
asristauts'alter H (Sears I Iit fished and trapped in testa-! pation it was to convert prime Florida Association" and for the first time
; 1 ts|frt : the general system that the merest scratch or bruise results in obstinate

:: ; thief engineer, and Sidney H. Clapp, I!J I, tie joy, which ba:.becu immortalized i iby pyrup into questionable rum and I he knew that petticoat governmentand non-healing sores of the most offensive character. jf
it j I: tile facile of ; Often an inherited taint breaks out in frightful eating sores upon the limbsor
t} bead draughtsman, who were apt true( WellingtonIrving barter it oft to his neighbors at the not Uncle Pam's was responsible face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sore refuses to heal the bloodis

t pointed two years ago by tbe municipal I I I and CO near tbe wbere do much to down the inflammation and cleanse the it will
government of New York. place the first:: constitution had an almost inaccessible place in beer. PETE. keep sore, I
of the never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified and the deadly
t r Sidney H. CUpp was eonspicious in state of New York was the river swamp, where he kept his TWELVE DROWNED IN LAKE. germs and poisons destroyed, and with S. S. S. this can be accomplished

drawing the plans of the Brooklyn first adopted on the 20th of April, still and other fixtures, and it was -- polluted blood is purified and invigorated, and when
1777, at Kingston. richpure blood is again circulating freely throughoutthe
ill; water fire extinguishing plant. i here that he put up his beer in the tteamer Hackley Capsiit During a i
body the flesh around the old sore begins to take
XhU wilt forever settle the'nlUch SOURCE OF ESOPHDS CKEEK. proportion of one gallon of syrup to SqualL I on a natural color, the discharge of matter ceases
This creek has its ; ilartiBett. Wis., Oct. &.-The pas ,..
f dUued question coucerning pure scource in pine' two gallons of water, and in nine and the place heals o er.:
hills, and its sparkling I seagtr steamer Erie L. Hackle, ofFish S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in ordef
:N watd supply for the increasing million bubbling ; dB (bummer: time) it wad ready for I Cre k, founded in Green lay
and at the same time tones up the system and b;'ids up tin- general health.If .
E *of Greater New York. water, forming many beautiful falls, distilling. For a still he had a syrup Sunday night during a bard squall aaj you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical advice.
{ aud on and through 12 persons were drowned seven
on deep
These scientific men have been gorgesiu barrel with a place cut out in the
lurching tbe country fur and wide the mountains for fifty miles, thenit bilge: about twelve inches square, anda Joseph Voro .s oaptala of the Hack

tar the best location. Drilling audtin empties into the Hudson near the sheet of copper taCKed over it to ley.

estimate of the cost of arUsion town of Saugerties. come next to the tire. For a cap he Truchley, cook of the Hackley.

on Long Island were first made, Bishop Falls, with its quaint old I had a cypress Knee and the pipe was Dana Freeman Barreazer.Thorpe Fish of Fish Creek.Creek.' . I .. MOSQUITO

at Poughkeesie, where it wna water mills ou either side, and the a regulation copper worm that had Lawrenoe Barricgw! limner ot Edoca : f A

the water might be pumped picturesque suspension bridge across had liquor enough run through it to B rrWur. Fish Creek. CANOPIES .

the creek, is a valuable piece of flout. Francis Vincent: Egg Harbor.
the Hudson. The engines fuel a government dry dock.
from ,
and Vincent. Eg Harbor. :/3&- & Nickel plated
property was owned : I
and salaries of the employees at this originally Upon this particular occasion we George LeClalre, Jr., Jackson Port.Henry ;" '
by old man Jacob blind i'? 2v Patent frames
Bishop, a R .bbttal Fish Creek. /
, l locttion would make great inroads write of, Miiisou tilled up his still and : .
, former, from whom it received its started Car Koy! lash Creek : "r. ." j&fc\\': .*. .* Plain nets and
: nearly upon the city's exchequer. tire under it. Contrary to
name nearly 200 years It has hen: Nelr.: .ia, Sturgeon Bay. ii Jftinrv.-."." *. *, with lace.'Bobinet
Aft,r a careful research the cocas ago. hid usual habit he had not stucK hid Last tea were passengers. .

.. mll Wloners have at last decided that been handed down !row generation to fingers in the beer and tatted:! it, aa be Frank Blakoaeld; purser of the loet; >,t' _.' '=- : nets

t by dimming up Esopus creek just generation until 21 l years ago, when it bad been there the day before and Oran Kowea, engineer; Martla Ha.n "a"c; r ,t- r Plain and lace -
. was and a ma named Eaegeadort.: fireman '
. i. purchased by Je-sie B.)ice, the ; tH,4t
below the famous Bishop Falls, where figured that it would be ready the
1> JiTin: Ctwa pad eon, passengers, : .1P/ trimmed.
: ,' t natural reservoir, covering an area of present owner. next: night, t>o he confined iiimselt to of Sister Bay Ualine McSTveecey. _T--5ii

- 1 d eight square miles, will be formed by Should the supply of water ever the task of putting his hand on the Tbe Erie L. Hackly was a 14 / OCALA FURNITURE CO,
; fail to meet the demand (which is an crew gtear wliki was built at Mus- -=- ?
: the surrounding mountains, the supply still once in a while to see if it was
1 impossibility,) Schobarie creek, on kfpon la 1882. Tlie Hackley was .' E. C. SMITH, Prop .
}- will be greater, purer, and will warming up, and to warming himself owned< in P-sti Creek fcy Captain: Vo- .l- j
the other side of the mountain
t iaw the city many millions of dollars could about tasting the liquor when it rous an.jil r residents i ctf that vil

annually. be tunnelltd through and emptied commenced running Said ht to lage. The steamer made a trip every

Into E,ptiu9 creek. ether Lay bfttwt n Slurgtxm Bay and.
Within this limit there will be very himself: "Now, Miimou, you tliuki- Washington (shod, Ming up one day

} few chances to be made ur lands to be About ten years ago the Ramapo ty, blank, blank old fool!, you know and back: the,nest Tie: Hatkley feat

/ bought. With the exception of the company attempted to secure the that if you commence on that Muff Mencm'isetS iijca, late Saturflaj niUi
: right of this property by legislation, and was bound for Fish Oreek and
little village of Shokau, there are at the start, you'll be drunk Lefore'ou're .
; In order to erect water Green Bay.FIGHT '
a plantto ConstipatiocMAKtS
unly a f scattering farm houses half done, and you'll run the ----
furnish the with water at _
city au exorbitant
slung the route, and the majority of low wines into the good liquor und CLOCKED: TROLLEYS.
Baicusrers: ,
: jibe farmers are iu favor of thU price per gallon, but the then a dog nould'ut drink u, so be a '
scheme failed to materialize. The city Over Transfer Slips Lively DisputeOccurs n / Ens Bad Corpe\ioas! e ? "
: man for once and let it alone until
: ICbwei ouly a few of the early settler In
hns now secured the right and taken Chicago. / are cs: --in to rxe.t. T.eihere's your beauty s i
;: [ era loathed lo leave their old you get through." Chicago, Oct 5.-During a fight over ix the system .n g ml order by taking ;:y'c .
the matter which will taKe about
I up transfer slips four men have been ,
hoifltftteaiis, that have been handed Well, the: por began to get pretty
; ten years to construct; then New beaten, the South Halsted street elec- "LIVER PILLS
down frum generation to generation, warm, end there was a gurgling sound tric line was stopped more than hall
York will have the finest largest andpurest L )
t to seek pastures new amid green hills in the worm, such, as a stuck pig in hour, 30 cars were blocked and I i omc PELLETS J
water plant in the United {
I faraway. would make when dying, and soon the conductor and motorman were anu good blood, good digestion and good health will keep I
:States. threatened with violence by 50 enraged : ar"
the rote* m your checks. Rimon's Liver Pills and _
r RJCTE OP WATER MAI X. there came little Mi'earn of liquid as and witnesses.A .
t MAMIEDanger 1l0\\'SE'STOVALL. Tonic-Pellets gently assist Harare Frees&ople and f
:' This large reservoir will be built on green as poison (verdigris;) which i-4 girl 5 years of age, the daughterof booklet at dealers, 01 wrJa to

i tu eb l >va'iou of 600 feet, which will be in Fall Colds. always the case u hen a worm is first one of the Injured men, principally a
was responsible for the passengers 7 BROWN MFQ. CO. -
j efficient heinht' to force tbe water Fall colds areliftble l to hang on all used after a rest, and caught on a assaulting the conductor and motor New tork. aqdOreenevitle

J t; by gravitation through/ the main tbat winter leaving the feeeds of pneumonia flannel cloth tied o\vr the receptacle.The man. Her screams an:! pleadings while e

I will be run across the country via bronchitis or consumption.- fire was duly adjusted and her lather was beaten and knocked Tenn.POST f
from the car by the conductor stirred
: Kingston, to the nearest point ou the ley's Honey and Tar cures quickly Minson set back to enjoy his pipe. the onlookers to action.

1 t. Hudson, where it will be sunk and and prevents serious rtsults. It is Now, the rule ia, that the first liquor The Injured men were Morris aaa

L carried down the river to the city. old and reliable, tried and tested, safe that comes is too strong to bead but Julius Moses brothers; Conductor M
C. Brown and Motcrman P. Palfin. The
I and after so much is run it will commence
. SOLID FOUNDATION. and sure. Contains no opiates child was Florence Moses, daughter of
"' Postoflice Drug to bead and when it quits! beadingthe Morris Mosea. a
The most careful investigations will not constipate. '
OFFICE imi'G STOKE O(,.\I...,, }-'I.\.
j G, have been made by these experts, re- Store. balance is low wine and should Morris Moses with his daughter an
brother boar ed a southbound Hal
t f f gassing the analysis, the lowest and Death of a Philanthropist. he kept separate from the other. stead street car and offered Conductor

f J greatest depths, and the quantity, off Iu the dl'atbof George W. Scott, of Mmsoii kept his eye on the little Brown transfers from the north side

C! water going over the Fall per minute Atlanta, a genuine philautliropist stream for a long time and said to Brown efuced to accept the tansfers f i

4 t and the quality and solidity of the passes from amongst us. himself: ". he is sure the 'hot stun;' cping and the Into quarrel a general started fight finally devel- MlllINmf! MRS L. T. TOMPK1NS. I

I- rock and strata of soil which will Mr. Scott came lo Florida from over three gallons off and no bead

L, form the foundation aud walls of this Pennsylvania and settled near Tallahassee yet, blast if I ain't getting! it down coat' Capsized; Children Drowned. '
Caseville Mich., Oct. 6.-George
natural reservoir. in 1650. He bought a large fine:-believe I CaD soon make a gal- Hoether, a Russian employe on a farm Fine Millnery is the choice of the
HOW AMOUNT OK W.TEHVAS OBTAINED. plantation and many slaves and lived Jon of liquor from a gallon of syrup." here, took his wife and four children finest markets in the world, and the
t the life of a planter until the outbreakof Then he eyed the seven one gallon rowing. While passing under a small work a dream of art. A complete

f The electrical engineer had a most the civil war.Sympathizing. jugs of his patrons and mentally foot In bdlge the boat one and of the losing children!tin balance stoodup success! Styles novel and artistic,

f Ingenious way of testing the amount with the south in calculated : "Seven times two are capsized[ It Three of the children defying competition and surpassing

of waterat the Falls. Twice day he her struggles, he enlisted as a Confed- fourteen dollars, and if she holdup John, aged 12; Mary, aged 4, and Lena comparison. Try =

got Into a tiny car that glided on a soldier aud was colonel of one like she's doing I'll have two or three aged 2, were drowned. The father MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS
is out of his mind result 01)
as a for winter hat. You must be
heavy cable suspended across the of the Florida cavalry re imeuts. for Minson." It was not long before the trasedy. your

ereek: and when about midway he Sharing the fortune Of the southern another gallon was: run oil' and Min pleased. Do not buy until you have

would let down an electric meter attached people he lost everything by the re- son still stuck to his resolution not to visited her store.

to which itas a long wire with sult of that struggle but still tried to taste it, but when the next gallon

"buzzer" on the end of it, which he under the changed conditious came and no bead he could not standit Women Well as Men\ i
farm as Opposite Pittman s Furniture Store corner Ft. King
placed to his ear and couuted the rev but found it unprofitable.He longer so he took his glass and ave. and :Magnolia street and Liddon's Livery Stable.
Are Made Miserable by
olutions. By this method the exact was nominated for governor by sampled it. It had no more taste
number of millions of gallons of i the democratic party of Florida in than water. Not. willing to risk his Kidney Trouble. i

water that flows over the Falls per I 1868 but so many of the voters were sense of taste altogether, he threw

minute was obtained. i disfranchised that he lost the elec- some of it upon the live coals and Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
r courages and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor
MOST FITTING LOCATION. tion. He moved to Atlanta. soon afterwards there was no Hash. This was proof and cheerfulness soon Tell Us YourFurniture r

This historic spot, so happily selected and established a fertilizer positive to him that something was disappear when the kid- .
neys are out of orderor
by the commissioners: was In the factory and succeeded in accumulating wrong. Even the little spirits in low I '' 1 diseased.

of the will make little Hash when Kidney trouble has
pioneer days, the Elysuim fortune. wines a /
a become so prevalentthat
Esopus Indians when the soft glow of One of his first acts was to return to thrown on live coals. He lumped to it is not uncommonfor Troubles!

their fires threw a cordial welcome hunt the remaining barrel of beer, and to a child to be born
camp his old home at Tallahassee, up ,1 ,, ?afflicted with weak kid

to the warriors oo their return his faithful old slaves, deeded them his surprise he found a note pinnedon w neys. If the child urin- .

from a day's hunting and fishing ex lands and built them bouses. I it which read as fellows: "The urine_scalds_ the flesh ates or if.too when often the, if child the And we will prove to you that they are not troubles at all,

pedition.It His next benefaction was the establishment bees must have sucked all of the reaches an age when it should be able to but wanderings of the imagination. When you imagine you F
control the passage, it is yet afflicted wtthbedwetting furniture troubles it is a delusion and one that is easily dis- :
and have
III located amid hills en- of the Agnes Scott Uni- sweetening out of this beer, for itdon't
it. the of
depend upon cause Come around to our store and let us explain to you how
pelled. i
to have to it the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first
versity for girls in Georgia, which he appear any snap reasonable cost and
step should be towards the treatment of easy it is to furnish your house at a very
} lilt'Goes Right to the Spot"ilhen named for his mother.Mr. and there will be a dry time in the these important organs. This unpleasant without much advance capital. We will sell you furniture (if {

'- pain or 'irritation exists on Scott's death is universally old town for the next ten days," trouble is due to a diseased condition of the you desire it) on the small weekly payment plan at prices lower f

any part of the body, the applicationof and the newspapers, el> signed "L. V. I. A." kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as than other houses will ask you for the same goods cash down. i iTo
lamented most people
pt'c-I I suppose. ideal dream of '
will be convinced that the above is not a
Liniment give Women aswell made miserable
Snow as men
the ially those in Atlanta, have beautiful: Miuson swore a great swear that he with kidney and bladder trouble, theorist call and see what we have to offer and the price we ask. ,

prompt relief. "It goes right to tributes to his memory. would get the man that "done" it, if and both need the same great remedy. Yours for Business, s
who was rubbing mild and the immediate effect oi t
_' pot, said an old man
it took him a lifetime, but he did not. tI
rheumatism. Little Willie-"Papa, why do hens Swarcp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
It in to his
cure It seems that some ladies who were by druggists, In fiftyfS'
C. R. Smith proprietor Smith house, !" .. : 1I
r lay eggs lost and stumbled Min cent and one dollar --1":
Teneha, Texas, writes: I have used -"Because they can't stand fishing got on sizes. You may have a '-h ;H;" I

i Ballard's Snow Liniment in my famIly Papa end son'lion. l son's retreat and as there was no sample bottle by mail! -: J. A. PITTMAN & SON. !0

for several years and have found them on my "Liquor Dealers Association" at that ing free,all also about pamphlet it. including tell- Dome many of Stl&lllp-Boo&of the '

It to be a fine remedy for all aches R- Fenwick Taylor announce time to assist Uncle Bam in suppressing thousands of testimonial letters receivedfrom f
and chest. 25c. sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmci
and pains In the throat writing
for re-election illicit and the
liquor making
that he is a candidate j and
Monopoly DrugStore & Co.. Binghamton N. Y.. be sure
50c. Aotl
and 1.00 at OCALA FLORID.
m to the supreme court bench. ladies in question having had no end mention this paw. IUZAU 1IUILDIXG.

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MARTEl LOCALS. I I3fra Dixon, his sou-io-law, have: moved BELLEVIEW.vr FROM THE STANDPOINT OF LABOR. . a)', A.:: .icnilt.Van. I

(A T.-I&.uiry 32101:5
away from Eureka.M. I >e r -
D A. Clark .ti.J daughter have .*.. ',w .r4.cs.s-u :Ian la Pataroa, ,
The "UuuiQ
B.Vallr: u, one of the lending Rebecca Auu Mct'leudou died l.abrl" a newspaperiuTauip
relumed from M iJ.ns.iut visit in .X. j.. iis':i t;< cnm.ii ajaliul: e:::J'
at her home Tuesday morning after priuted m rue interest 01
stock men of this section hay bought folla--lr$ the Dyer rl t, Jali to show

North Carolina. A. T. Gunter's cattle paying J9.-50 per several days severe illness. The organized labor, iu ius issue of Oct. 3, that Peter Ol;ea Ellott who attempted:

)lri. L. D. 8. Curry, Mrs. H. H. the article under to force hlct way Into the preiiac of
bead far them. This is the highest funeral' services were held at her late con tains following
Love and Mrs F. A. Love of Jacksonville President Roosevelt dad ever ni'.iedwiti !
the liile+ 'The Welfare uf the Slate
price paid for stock cattle here in residence' Wednesday morning. Theremains the Paterson ttnarc:lst9. Oe cltl

were pleasant gnrstsof, H. many years. were laid to rest in Belleview '1 bert should be uo conflict between leaders said: : "Whli we are opposed -

; W. L"Ug and wife the: past week. Marston Lodge, Ko. 49 F. and .-\. L. cemetery. the nircauic and the employer. For to rulers, we have no: particular

31r D. N. Barcu of Cotton Plant asal t Mr. Roosevelt I
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held an interesting meeting last l'Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Troy Whittier and people to leach such dociriue is con
or.-al U that Bllott M
My opinion
: per
: !eve birth to a,sweet baby girl September evening. Joseph R. Thomas, baby returned to their home ia St. trots to the spirit of civilization. It Imply A trunk.

27, which ouiy+ lived a few formerly of Arcadia, presented his Petersburg Wednesday after a very seems to be a popular fad in some

hours Mrs. L. C. 1k.I of York Deaths From Wood Alcohol. a
4 demit for membership, the ao.e'was pleasant: visit with relatives here. quarters to loudly g"dnt"lipitlil
Philadelphia, Oct 7.-Frask an! I IT'homu
birth to another October which
was unanimously accepted, aud brother Deputy Sheriff Frank Pelot went to to vilify corporalious, and tutjut'btiun Helzs. brothers aged 43 and > FROM I stay the t.rtt

torn dead. Th. mothers are doing Thomas was declared a member. Bartow Monday aud arrested a negro the intention.- thoati who 14 years, respectively, and William I OCR OVEN inl i 4'materialROLJ the a

well and have the sympathy of the We regret to state that Mr. D. L. who has been wanted for a year Gt a are clafiseil;; capitalist We proposelo } Conn, aje-i 41 years, died today from nly the 0'11114 .
tie effects of wood alcohol Accodr I
community at large. Grantham has decided to move to ohooiiug aflair. Oa Wednesday Mr.Pelot analyze thin proposition lAud to get Inj to the police the three men had I BEST BREADrolls

John'Oo, Clark and Ray are having ::;parr to live He has served as }justice took the prisoner to Ocala for at the truth 'lake the cute of Hor- been drteklns heavily slots Saturday I out. It is delightfully p orb

the railing laid on their side track to iris Ida They procured a quantity of wood alcohol I wbole! orue. A few slier
of the peace in this district for a and then went to Key West to example. Twenty-five: years tluU"rt'd It i
their saw will to be erected at Martel from a drug store and with lem'l meal in itself and almoata as
number of years and has discharged arrest four other t grotlI. ago it Was au undeveloped wilderness; treat aUtriStq{
on and made a punch of the ex
I sugar
at an early day. J. M. Smith, whois the duties of the position with satis- The regular monthly meeting of the property had no value; no industrialenterprises. tr actOf this: trey imbibed freely I I OrrtoM for Bread etc .-mrjSiatNfkPtorily toe IDOft

in charge of the work, drove the faction to all. i' Belleview lodge of Masons was held Tu! east co
first spike. The engineer and @ were taken vloionti.;' ill this morn I
&wyerhfive L. E. Ling has bought a magazine Saturday night. to the present Palm Beach, was I

put in their appearance, and shot gun to shoot quail the incoming Mr. Jauies Ranted spent Suuday almost a total blank,so far us improvement 1u. I BAKERY

will boon make things hum. 8-ason and woe to the bird that gets < with his wife and daughter. U coucerued. The life of tbe

The fourth quarterly conference for up before him. : A special meeting ot the Ladies wife of the average cracker was a life -

Cotton Plant circuit will bd held at J. B. Enochs, of Orange Springs, Village Improvement Society, known of drudgery: aud toil and humiliation. HUBBARD & MACDUFf
St. Johns church OotoWr 7.
was here last Saturday! selling &th I!| tu the Bellevie Workers, was held at The man hunted aud fished; the child ,
A iiuinter of the andothers
patrons TbomL'I'duets.: M rt. Daua's Monday afternoon.Registered Krew up in ignorance, and the whole
assembled Martel schoolhouse I
S H. Martin, at one time a leading lit the .Seiuiuole this state was one immense cow pasture. HEADQUARTERS FOR
the afternoon of October 2 and
school teacher of this place, has develo Hetk.have. brew T. C. Hall, Ocala; J. Heury M. Flagler CIoDlt-and saw-

were entertained by the reading of {>+ed into a splendid carpenter. j| D. Pope, Belleview; E. L. Hulurue, aud conquered. At his magic touch AMERICAN FIELD AND
compositions and declamations by the 1 HOG FENCE F FSSINCH.
3 As he WIlllOOU complete a nice two Jacksonville! ; H. A. Bar'uW, AtUuU ; the wiUUruess vanished and prosperous
school. Upon the *"-v lueb U the i
query story dwelling fur his father and' 1 Firm Terrell, Bartow; Geo. P. LeFiN, homes appeared. At the touch !:aNrn. .

more important, country or city life'?" mother.Messrs.. Jacksonville and b. Shirr Baltimore.Md. f his
i << linger magic [win sprung up 49 N f .
a stirring debate eusued. Mirg Ledu 4e' n. ,
Cleveland< Williams and For the desolutiuu of the uubroEeu
Miller and AMa Keup dis''used the 41 1'1. 19 '" r.
r Tom proctor, of Ocala, were visiting I t The members: of the BiptUt church forests he exchanged the hum of s4 II. I .. J -
affirmative, an relatives and friends here last :Sun have culled th+ ReV. Dutton to succeed mighty industries.: Fertile farms took 15'1, .< I I I ....
a Brooke! and Paul Johnson the nega- day the Rev. Devaneaux. the place of the cow pasture, loud hebound f .. J- I; fl .,

tive. Arguments on eitber side that I Ect&Regular I 'T !i'
Mrs. M. McQiiig, of Inglis, is Mrs. J. J. Season! is still coutiued to north and south Florida together & r f -;.. .
would have done credit to older heads ....,..+' -I: t
p .
here veiling her parents. the house by a L-rvous utlection.Josa.. with bauds of steel-tbe East I -I' '\
submitted. The .. ..:: :l
were -
judges ou -
a We are pleas-d to see the interest Coast railway. And his influence ...... =......-- 1 .,..r-T --5jj :-
plurality point decided in favor StyleSttjt Special Hot, Horse.nj Cattle
iu the buuday pcbool still growing. did not stop here. The towns estab- Sijlt
of the negative.A Cemetery Notice. la in.or 6 la.apart Stays 11 In. or 6 ia.apart
It is too dry for gardeners to plant. To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. iehedbyhis fertile brain aud generous .
commendable new departure by Made of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvaniz-d.
AMiss ll fall are needing rain. Please hand promise of life
crops i say to your many readers gave new to
Lillian Farm the efficient teacher Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically; evtr-
I that there will be a public working those settlers of the woods. Their lasting. Never how
on occasions! of this kind, has the GAITERVILLE. goes wrong, no matter great a strain is put on: it
school at the Fort McCoy cemetery ou Friday wives and children are no longer the I Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horse. hogs
by a formal resolution to elect
the 16 day of October. All slaves of monotonous drudgery. and pigs.
a president and lIeeretar)'. The presi- 1 am glad to say that Gaiterville i is perbous
interested therein Thrown iuto direct communicationwith
are requested l
dent acts a* master of ceremonies, gain progressing. Since our la8trtport EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
to come on that day prepared with other people, they have. taken on
after which. by a format motion the there has been some little diffi I by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show hew
hoes takes anew life and where before you
etc., to clean the grass was ouly
school adjourns. This course leacLe / cults in ascertaining whether or not it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
and wetd-t out. We trust everyone hopeless life, now exists a new life I
the preliminary principles of parliamentary our post-office shall be discontinued

i law to the school, and and until Sunday it was believed that Is or may be interested: will come giving promise of abundant\\ Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Economy Corn Shellers, Vanish

and do their duty on that day. The To convert a wilderness into homes of
Inspires confidence and a wboE'! that it would be, but at the present Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc.
third respectable- citizen
Friday, October 16. abiding is to
rivalry among the scholars. we are glad to say that everything is I
J. W. ftTEVEXS bed a halo around the whole human Hubbard & MacdufT Ocala FIaSTRAUSS'
A committee consisting of Rev. B. looking favorable for its continuationand -
For the Committee. race. And does it detract one iota
T. Rape, D. 31. Bureo, 8. H. Brown. I see no reason why it should not -
from the glory of these achievements
J. F. Parker and C. Y. Miller has been fur to lose the postoffice means the A STRAUSS'
young colored woman in stark
to say that it was corporation money? 76""Trje
appointed with power to act, t> raise loss of some of our friends for I dou'tbelieve birth
recently ga.-e to quadruplet Not at all. Fairer wan to organized.
funds to have St. Johns church and any one would like to live ina

the iron fence around the cemetery country where the postofflce is so AWAITEO{ TRIAL 18 YEARS. labor than Henry M, Flakier never ) Firjest"
lived, aud the Union of Palm Beach ROYAL RESERVE
repainted. A circular letter baa been far otto It would be like living on
George Jones Dies In Jail After
Long cau bear testimony to this statement
mailed to non-resident citizens who the off side of nowhere Incarceration

have loved ones buried in the remtery eThe ferry boat at Stake's ferry is i in Oakland: 0&1.. Oct. 8.-George Jones, ready atoll times to meet them and 4 FULL QUARTSDELIVERED $V/UU Four Quarts $3 50
who had been in the county Jail for di&cuas matters of interest to bath Delivered .
nqueatiug aid. As the local very good condition since undergoing ,
18 rears awaiting trtaJ, has Just died What Fla tr was to the east coast
citizens of St. J church keep the repairs. there aged 98 years. He had been .
Plant was to the west coast. With I
cemetery in good condition the year Mr. J. Barnes, of Lecauto, was" iu Incarcerated I since Jan. 18, 1885, fer

round, they feel tint ou an occasionlike Gaiterville last week on business the murder of Lorenzo Sutllo. He geUeioun hand he spent his money, Every bottle of '
WM convicted June 5, 1885, of f-fca aud many a Union man in Tampa genuine !
this non residents should prompt Cattle buying being his ol ject. murder and sentenced to be hanged
on owes his borne to the start in life given
ly respond with liberal donations. It is Mr. Frank Ross was viewing the July 11.

estimated that one hundred dollars beauties of Duuuellou Saturday. He succeeded In gatang a new trial. him by Heury Plant; for any man Pabst

About the time the trial was to begin who gives another continuous work
will be required to la the work. Do Messrs.! R. D. Stoke and H. E.
Jones was taken with a stroke of at fair. pay gives him a start in life
nations fan be handed or mailed to Bras made a flying trip to Ocala paralysis, and has never been able to
And these are not the only millionaires .
D. M. Barcu, secretary and treasurer, I Sunday evening returning Monday leave his bed. Time and again the
case was set for who have contributed to the
trial but a continuance up

Cotton Plant, Fla. Mr. W. H. Ross made a pleasure
was man granted. building of the state Iu all sections Slue
A box supper was held at the parsonage trip to Lecauto Saturday evening
of the commonwealth are tributes to
at Martel October 2, to raise aud from the happy smile he is wearing LAUGHED HIMSELF TO DEATH. '
the p-Unu.lsiu ol throe amiuuarl .
funds to ai si hlt in seating! and painting I believe he is in luck. Hope s. -- 1-eopir .t
Unusual Case of Joseph Jemison, a of agitators is drowned iu the .
> the new chapel at Martel, which wasa Pine Level school opened last Monday
pleasant social Theater Employe. hum of machinery and blast of whis bears the trade-mark "Pabst 1 Iilwaukeer
gathering resultingin
September 2S, and is progressing New York Oct 8.A joke perpetrated
a nice little sum of tie. The doctrines ot discontent noW ..
:0, money. very nicely under the efficient management by performers on the stage of aEighth in red
a circle. In the
-. avenue theater is alleged being preached throughout the country
of Miss MeCreary, of Ten
FORT McCOY. have caused the dears ol Joseph Jennl is burn of the envy of wan, and .
nessee. on. making of Pabst Beer
is the product, the dearly beloved of
Rev. B. T. He laughed much
Allen Rape 'filled his regular eo that heart failure
Petiway, colored, was up be set In Anarchism. The class of people who
and he
appointment here Sunday deliveringa I died In the lobby! c
fore Justice D. L. Grantbaiu Monday the theater, where he had been carried go about spreading ds order, so'iugdissention The barley is right
very interesting sermon to a large by the ushers.
for carrying concealed weapons. The is thecLtaa who never were
congregation. The hops ;
evidence was sufficient to convict. )['. A. McC. Brass is attending National Prison Congress. property owners anti never will be, are right

Allen did not have the "wherewithal"to Louisville, Oct 8.-Less than 100 aud they are a menace to the material
camp meeting Fla. delegates were water is right
pay his one hundred and fifty dollars UNCLE JOE. hall this morning present when In the Exchange National welfare of the state. This is the most ,

fine and was taken to Sheriff: Prison Congress was called to order. prosperous country on earth, and we The plant is rightThat's

Nugent's hotel where he will abide Haf' The report of the standing commit have all the freedom we are entitled .

: for six months.! Several farmers from ditierent c tea on criminal law reform prepared by to.YtI are free to work, free to play,
lions of the the chairman, JudgeSidney B. Davis, why
county were iu Ocala
! Th yesterday free to instruct-to be instructed free
! young people of this and surrounding of Terre Haute, Ind., was read and i1 ;

: settleaieuUi have organized: and all of them say that the cussed as was also the report of t she to worship or revile; free to laugh or

i a literary society. Quite an interesting weather for the past i week Las been committee on probation work submitted high. The very fact that these human

i program was rendered last Saturday excellent for saving hay and every Tuttle by, of the Boston.chairman The Mrs.delegates Elizabeth then buzzards are permitted to spread

evening. The following! q uebt' farmer in the county at all progressive took a train for Frankfort. their pernicious doctrines-the very

was discussed: ''Rellol veJ, that t the is taking advantage of it and an fact that they are free to try to disturb Pabst beer
abundance of Engineer Tells of Wreck.
hay in
. negro has received worse treatment be housed consequencewill Helena, Mont, Oct. 8.-Engineer the serenity of the country, U a

1 at the hands of the wbite people! than Rellly, of the Northern Pacific fralght! I tribute to our freedom,and the march

; the Indians." Many of the farmers having already engine which; was partly wrecked by I of industrial development will not be 4

I Tue negative winning. purchashedl mowing machines, are dynamite with his last eight arrived In Helena retarded by these obstructionists.::
early this morning. The
Mi s Stella Martin left last Saturday now buying pressing machines and engine was badly wrecked He Bald It is to Mr. Flagler'a interests to develop IS wa

for DeFnuiak, where she will be. are putting the hay up in bales. It seemed to him as though there wan as tbe resources of the state it i is pure

I in H'kool for two years. When the Florida hty is cut with eiplcslon of dynamite on each side to our interests that they should be
of the
engine. It
was his opinion that .
developed. Where, then, is the conflict
Minerva Williams and Sarah Hub- any degree of care it is claimed that dynamite had been placed on the track
interests He
can not put a
bard, two horses and cattle prefer it to the a few minutes before his
< ej
negro women on Lang's engine waa
wrecked dollar in circulation but what we get For Sale by
farm ported article and it is by the explcsioa.
turpentine engaged in a rough being: used the benefit of it You say it return

and tumble fight Ian Monday, w hen''I exclusively now by many farmers. Bottle Contained Message. to him with interest? Not before we

Alex Williams, husband Minerva Alexander Bay, N. Y., Oct L. A have bad our share of it; and when STRAUSS & CO.
A stranger in town suffering withan bottle tae been found ;
floating In tit
the and
he adds interest to principal, ,
took a band. All three of them were inflamed St Lawrence river .,
eye asked for the best uesr rare con
interest again, so much the better forUi
soon before Justice Grauiham. Now drug store, and was sent to the Post- lows taming a message which reads u fol for he must invest it to get any return
the is to the l "Long Point Lake, Sept 17 I Wholesale Liquor Deales .
county goo by twenty office Drug Store. They supplied him 1M1.-Steamer Harpon slaking; 7 feet from it. Stop croaking. Unite -

.five dollars. with bottle ..f John H. Dfck Y's I of water in hold. (Signed) Captai .- i with these itcnple who' have money to

Bobt Parramore and Bedding Old Reliable Ee Water, m The bottle can badly chipped, i1vlni bud, ami. all pull together for the I OCALA FLA
nldanoe of a Ion* voyeew. I Ir I cod of the state. ,
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Capital and Marietta To Be Connected
AT OXFORD OHIO Ernest Haywood has been placed Oc

AT LEXINGTON, S, Ct, trial Ludlow at Raleigh Skinner, N. C,. for The the day killingof was Atlanta. Electric.Atlanta Line.and Marietta j WHISKEY HOUSE,

are: to be connected within a short
Bplvey Brothers Reuorted In consumed in ,securing a Jury. Exami.:

Further Proceedings In the nation of witnesses will begin today time The by two Atlanta trolley Interurban lines. Railway Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. f fM

Serious Condition. the Celebrated Case. At Washington the grand Jury has company, which has Just been organized I I O

returned additional indictments in Atlanta, Is actively at work ,
LYNCHING PREVENTED.<, MANY WITNESSES TESTIFY against George W. Beavers and State on its road to Marietta and yesterday = I I

Senator Green of Binghamton N. Y. afurnoon the board of county com -: ...
tools, One of the Brother Who Was for complicity in the 1
postal frauds. -
tiLfiioners. in called session granteda
Editor TtrrHJ. of a Newspaper In FOP c _
(hot' by the CltUens: In So Serious Mayor Seth Low, of New York was franchise to the Atlanta and Marietta .o : !. ;: .I- ,
once County U Questioned by So the orator at the Condition that Physicians Cannot banquet to the visiting Electric Railway company to oper Y- -

Ueitor Thurmond Regarding Thraoti mayors in New York. Mayor ate through Fulton county an electric :-o- Ct; I. is :

probe for the Bullet Made! by TiUman.: Howell. of Atlanta, was at the banquetDr. road between this city and the Cobb ... ; I = :: a'm

Kamo">u. 0.. Oct. L-The physi- George Howard, professor of his I county capital Officials of this company rncs_ () I _- 0

Lexington, S. C.. Oct. 2.-The reading tory at the University of Chicago ad. announce that they propose to :: 0'I I l :,:!.

lUt; attending the 8j>it y brothers,. of tin editorials voeates government control of marriages begin work at once on the line. xr 0- I' ...0
from The SuiM i
trio were wounded in the riot at Oxford as the solution of the divorce The two electric lines will operate G: -.

was concliukxl shortly after tOO trio; through' different sections of Fulton W. I .
Wt night and who were brought
of Jams U. Tillomn was rwbumed U evil.The Democrats of Massachusetts and Cobb ('.%ntlee. It ia not known I
to prt *nt lynching report both where will O -*
ice have nominated Just the roads enter the city y
day. P. c. Withers am employ ol Colonel W. A. Gastonfor .
toiiy la a serious eonditton.LQu1t governor. The platform denounces neither one having yet applied to the o FAWOVS AXIIEUSllH 1IITNC11 BEER o

who was shot by the citizens The State testified that he assisted X tru&ts and a prohibitory tar city for a franchise. I: !is expected, I -- __ _______ .. I

rtile aisistlng the officers, .Is In so G. Oon .alec Into the office of Th iff. however, that the Atlanta Interurbanroad FINE W1NEB, WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

itrknu I condition that the physicians State from the street alter the shoot The Democrats of will come into the city temporarily My$2oo Rye or Bourbon at..__"...* $l,75 My$4.oo Gin at_ ._._..,,,?,,,,,_.f I...
Rhode Island have over the river line of the Georgia 2.50 __.... ...... 2.oo My 2.oo North Carolina Cern at.........._
cu&ct probe nay further tor the bu1'Ie lug. and that SH'RDLD' P DPOPO nominated I* F. C. Garvin for gover I. Sly 3.00 .... ....-.....2.56 My 2,50" M't'nDewCo'at..2.eLos
legHa Hallway and Electric company. ____ .00" '. .. .
wad asked 11 he saw :My 4.00 3.00 My 3 l a J
anj nor. Three. officials of the Atlanta and My i.oo Gin at ._.._..__ _...... ..... 1.75 My 4-oo ..2..*
Joitph Splvey, who may recover weapon in the: garments: of Mr. Qon. Ax Marshall: Tex., a negro murdererwas Marietta road before the My 2. o ..." ................._........?... 1 oo My 400NewEnglandRumal.......... ...go.

proem a horrible appearance. Both tales he did at not Cut j.time: w. sad Wallace replied teetified thai taken from Jail by a mob and musty commissioners appeared yesterday afternoon The Jug'i and Keg Trade i a Special Feature

tart ire torn and his neck is raw hanged to willow tree. ( and after tie franchise had been In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost oi jugs. Iralf-gston jugs, X
I he was in tta cfflca of The State witt -gallon jug.lsc2-gallonjug,250;3-gal1onjug,350; kegs$l.I .
tat swollen from the effect of the N. G: CJonaaien after the shooting and I Twenty thousand delegates are attending passed on by the board tt was announced sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in F10rida,1ecause I give good,!.'
rope, while his face is also disfigured. the conference of the Conservative that they will accept. it tit goods and full measure
that Gonzalee said to hIm! that be was I & trial order wilt convince you thafwearethepeople. Termtcat.h: withtheorder.
} KU most serious Injury Is a scalp fatally shot.L. associations at Sheffield Eng Those officials are Frank L. Cooke, Yours.anxioustonlue. J. Fs EDWARDS.

wottad which was caused by being G. land. The supporters of Chamberlain Bf New York president; Colonel W.
Wood of
the edttorial staff cd z
ttt by a Kone. Boom to be in the majority.At B. Power of Marietta, attorney. and.
The State said he saw no -
Tit Splvey brothers are nat1of weaponsin Sheffield, England last night B. M. Hall, of Atlanta, engineer.
1 the garments taken off. Mr. Goa-
Wajnmrllle. Estlll county. zales In The State office and he never Premier Balfour delivered the speed Tie company is required to give a Tramp! Tramp!
They confess that they have been saw a pistol In the editorial rooms cd which has been heralded as the firsthea'1' bond of $15,000 as an evidence of good f

1 ta shooting scrapes before. One gun in the fiscal reform cam faith and. to liquidate any possible
State. 21. C. Wafae a.n employ
MTV*! la the penitentiary at Frankfort paign. damages and it is stated that the bond The boys and girls of Marion : 1
of The State, said he removed the overcoat
for shooting to kilt Louis has from Editor Gonzales when he MADE FRAUDULENT INVOICE.Man will be made within the next few days. county are marching to and from '

recently been working on a farm for
was carried into The State office after -, school. Our shoes are just the
Edward: Richardson at CeJllngsrille. FRANCHISE TAX LAW.It .
Came From and Voluntarily
the shooting and that he Germany
saw nc kind that will stand more wear
t Ill, and Joseph in a tobacco factory Surrendered
weapons in the pockets of the coat.
: tt )l14 Mo1l"n, O. The latter was on C. J. TerriU. editor oS a newspaper New York. Oct 3.--Coming vohiilarlly :- Adds Millions to Taxable Propertyof and harder kicks than other .

t s visit! to his brother when they vent in Florence county was asiad by Solicluir from Nuremburg. Germany, to Goorgla.A.anta. i dealers will sell you for the j

with Edward Richardson to Oxford to ; ThunDotod if ha ever heard Till tumAier and answer to a charge Oct 3.-Thus far the fran- same price. We can supplySHOES

attend the street fair and became IIwlkatt4. man make any throats. Ho replied made by the government of entering chlM tax law has added ll,695.752.2u

I They ascribed the whole that he was walking along the streets I ft fraudulent Invoice, Paul ILelnemano in: property values upon which 'revenue

trouble to their drinking, which, not of Edgefleld with Colonel: Tinman in has been arraigned before United: I is paid to the state of Georgia.

f say: caused the disturbance in the saloon the early SlImmer of 1S02. be thought States Commissioner Stielda and entered There are still four franchises to for member of the family

but also resisting the officer. it was, and be (Ttllmaa) saM be v U a plea of EU guilty. He furnished be arbitrated, tho aggregate assess every

toe of ties: today when asked for going tot the governor and If Goo cash ball In the sum of $2,500. ments of which amount to the sum of from the youngest to the oldest

Us tearejt kin replied that Deputy tales attacked him he was going down According to the complaInt Heinemann $5,333.000. and make a possible total and at low prices. \\Te keep up

Ii ii3 Branoen was his best friend then and kill tea and I think be saW, I who is engaged in the export of $1' ?8,7ti225. with all the latest styles a nd

Irtcua is the officer whe broke like a dog; hop business and had a New York office The franchiseo yet to be arbitrated Give call.
shapes. us a
trough the crowd and cut the rope On eroas-eifftmtoftrton. &e wttoesaw shipped a quantity of hops to are

D.. last tlm Splrey wu ttnatg up wed If !& was a fact that, he cad Carl Neldhart at Chattanooga, Tenn. TL Savannah Street Railway compaaj .

last Blfht. Bnumea then rushed made the valued at 15.000. In one of the bales assessed at $1,430.000; the Atlanta -
not statement he mode today The W Chambers Shoe Co
lpl tvey Cato tw Oxford prison from when icpUcatlOQ wua triads ta: of hops, the complaint says, the exporter KM! West Point railroad, assessed J,

*aca! he afterward brought him hereto ball for the def dsut. He saM ht placed two dozen toy trick watches at $l.6 tLOOO; the Georgia Railwayand

safety. Deputy Brannen who was had. not. Witness was Qoaatlooed by valued at )2 each which were not on Electric company, asaeaaed &tuoo'ooo Opera House Block, Second Door From Corner

la charge at Oxford bat ulgtst. is .counsel for tt>9 defa&se as to Ms personal the invoce. The presence of these $ ), and the Atlanta Belt Raft Florida.

airily co9UDod: for his bravery and feeilw 85&i2St the (jftiiamlan watches in tbe hops was in some unknown road company assessed at $93,000. Ocala, .

ja4gmeat la prve&tli UM lync&log. and as to an editorial ta had vrittaa manner discovered by the gov Of these the Savannah Street Railroad

ALAIKAN BCVISDARY. concerning QM shooting He aald hehad ernment agents, who permitted themto company ta to be taken up by

nerve written a line in his per remain that they might arrest Neidbardt the arbitration board on Oct. 5 and the

A""rMfI", Heard Before CtormnJntaft per denoBoctoe the defecCut as BBiodlrldual. altar be had taken them out Georgia, Railway Bad Elec'.rtc comJ 1 k

In Londcn. The latter pleaded guilty to the pacy on: Oct &. With the others soon More Than a

laadon Oct. S.-Sir Cdwni Quson, Dr. C. L. idaiM tasOfie4 to a Doer charge after indictment by the federalcoui's to toEow.h .

toiidtor incral, coesumed the cooro- wsatloa b* had wlih; the dedcndaat of Tennessee. The motive for : army Instance the assessment ot 1

ate newton of the Alukta bouularyuaelnloa dvrlng the (msrpalsa la which he sail sending the eo
today la eadecrorlof to be told Mr. Tillmau: : U ta wkbud to the Lops was not tt is stated to escape cot to ptooea by arbitration boards andit $ MILLION DOLLARS $ -

refute the arguments of EfcrM T. Wat- be goreraor' of South: Carolina bJ paying the duty, but to get them is the opinion ot many of the state

tog tad Hauls Taylor, of counsel for would tare to fight Goozalea tote vbtc9 taco tMa country. omd&\s: that In some instances ear-

the Vatted States especially protest ----_ iu tins have escaped: paying taxes
said the defendant replied: Florida
fee against Mr. Taylor's contention! That wool do beceuae I'm the Gott HOTEL THIEVES SURPRISED. ea anything like tie real value of their of Capital guar-

tat ta WIn trend of the coast" tecaat gororoor and will be at pMOQ." fn&clisea. However, the total amount this

Mttld oaly apply to the political coast Th vttjuea. testified that Mt. TTU Were Captured in Chicago After Exciting I cC property added to the revenue raouoes *- antees pure vege-
of the state vastSUBCOMMISSION
flu sad tot to the physical coast lie* man made tie fanter stalament,
table remedy to cure or
R* also 9MiBtalD that the principle "You boys treed not von?. Dj: Chicago, Sept. 30.-Hotel thieves NAMED.

of sogsleeonce was not applicable toW -. HI uzuS: bla lift with this,' the i were surprised at work in the Sherman back.

prtM&t dispute sad somewhat BUTprts .ttn aa addb "pollicc his pistol from money .
early and ot them
boo=- today one
Educators Will Select
that : 4t
4 tlu aod1nc by declaring his grip. .
vas captured after an exciting fightin
fader the powers of the treaty of Oo&tlnote& witness said the
l 4 1101 tk. commissioners bad no authority deal said, asme other things: A short time later all exits wereguarded Atlanta Oct. 3. Tbe school book

to d nc. qiMfttloM sobmltled to Til mice it the . tragedy that Cures: f\ :_;
ia effort to trap the second
an oacnralssion hag snb-commls-
named a t
them and that they could neither lay ever hppeo4 in Sooth Carolina." j
mara 1J:1eP.: of educators. It is Catarrhal affection of the
/ova th. boundary not decide whato&stttated On croas iaiBliiailoii said. be Judged alon experienced 0''
Clerk Barring" observed a W< dress J. i
hoped that between these bodies a satisfactory nasal passages, bronchial !
the coast All the com- tt relatlona between the Defendant
from the of LA.
ed man coming room series of books win be
ntMloaers coutd to answer be He selected. tubes, lungs, kidneys,
to was and Mr. Go&e&laa to unfriendly. Fbrt
1 Worch, a coal merchant of .
'udotll submitted to them in the said La l s&pi>urtod and voted for Till- with him. bladder and stomach.
Wayne buL. and grappled
Ail but
subjects are important; some '
truly either negatively or affirmaiivety. man Ur govvrr.Witness AlsoNervous
Guests rushed from their rooms and
universally considered of
are para.mount
farther statements
tfietiflad to 3
Joined in the chase that ensued afterTrurtng Interest. The act itself
If they gave certain answers they which be said TiUman made. He recognizes
had been knocked down the
: this In providing (Section 2) '
ttljtt make matters more confused Slid Colonel Tillmia was loved by his .
stairs. of books a
against the adoption containing
than ever, and open up a new" series of men of his regiment in the Spanish The th f'ftS captured at the entrance "anything of a parisan or sectarian .4 ;
.plom,Uc tangles. The solicitor war. Witness was a mombdr of the '
to the hotel and Jewelry valuedat character." This applies espe.dally Indigestion -- 't ;
Itntril concluded with eloquent
an rvglment. $2,500 and $250 in money the property to readers and histories. ,.} '
reInntl to Great Brtiaia's unwllllng- G. El Leftarge was put upon the f i
of Worch, was found upon him. Comptroller General Wright has already Consumption or any dU 1 .j; ,.
teas to of bet subjects theater
give showing
up any stand to Identify a map "
The housa,was searched In vain for done excellent service in disclosing of } i
kto the control of other nations. He jctkm of Main and Gervala second thief. seamen mucuous e.9 D D'
the objectionable matter in some I
declared be thought the public might streets in Columbia.Iron membranes. ,t _
the captured thief gave his name books offered. But, readers and histories 3't I2L k
think the commission was slow andthat ,
as Charles Foster, of Tiffin 0. may be unfair indirectly withoutan r
conned were wasting time; but Men Meet In Birmingham.
objectionable line. They may
to timfl and no money would ever bevetted Blndngliaa Ala,, Oct. 3.-Tae leadIng -
AT CAMP YOUNG. alight or ignore southern life, author
it the longstanding dispute Iron manufacturers of the south
ship, heroism and statesmanship. 0!
between the and friendly nations session to I
two executive here today
great In
are Cossack System of Field Work Will I the two, the latter are perhaps the As Tonic
could be solved by the tribunal determine 11 they shall curtail production Be Given Its First Trial. more obnoxious.
\\"heD Jacob M. of counsel with the actionof
iDcklnson. accordance
In Camp YOUng. West 'Point, Ky., Sept it build u MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
for the United conclude is gives appetite,
States rose to the northern furnaces. Tare
.-After yesterdays alMay advance Lockout Lasted Seven Months. the banishes that IT40rjCALMANUfACTUR1NG d
&t arguments the room was filling up understood to be a strong moment he system, ; .
guard maneuver, light
with I CUton. He commenced by be- \against such: a reduction. It is understood and Chicago Oct. 3.-.After a lockout of tired feeling, makes the 1I ;)ft csoNVILLEFIA.weak .
task assigned the regular army men
lttUcl the minute examinations of however that a reduction to To over seven months the 600 employesof strong and happy.

J uPi had the bickering over words the price of Iron is likely to result day's today work was greatly Involved,welcomed.the drilling of the plant of the American Cor Pro-

& sad <1.U :*. declaring that the case as a measure of relief for the situation. outposts, and It is thought that th- ducts company, knot at the Chicago !Sold' and Guaranteed by Po-ioUIce Drug! Store, AntiMonopoly f

ea !ld cay be settled by grasping the Nothing definite will be given Cossack system of this Branch of fieldwork Glucose factory, will go back to work Urns! Store, V l:. Taj lor and T. \\'. Trailer.
ventral idea tM original toll under union cocjljtflons with union
*ono rning out until the meeting adjourned -
recently adopted by the
foflattoti. army, pay and hours.' The difficulty arose 1

afternoon. will be given its first trial over a demand for 50 cents an hour.

1"o1lt1Ca''ftnurota- to Bogota. Road To Be Extended. The principal action is that a small She company locked out Its men and C. 1. G R AC E.

New York, Oct. 3.-The senate conetiStlU Tenn., Oct. S.-A specialto body of maa does duty at the out closed its plant, being the first firm
its attitude toward PresReni) posts, instead of having relief patrols. in Chicago to take that course. In
Johnson Lumber Co.
Sentl& from city Central
The Successor to
aitrroglda. says a Herald dispatch ol In this manner the pickets cover the the long fight which has: followed
L. Carter president;
from Bogota. Its latest hostile mov gays: George anuounoea that, the South territory in: fan shape instead of ad both sides have become wearied and Dealer In
the road
-.u the alleged illegal election of vancing in a straight line. the steam power council has had no
nye magistrates of the court of con and Western railroad formerly the The company is in readiness for the trouble in securing a settlement Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,
and Charleston is to the a.|
trot.. T& house of representatives Ohio extended from Johnson City to militia of the various states and their Beckham Orders Special Election. and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
I once
resolved to follow suit u tee present arrivals begin tomorrow. The weather Frankfort. Ky.. Sept 30.-Governor Manufacturer of
the West Virginia coal fields(and from
maCiatratWi hive still three yeara totie" continues: magnificent Beckham sued call for Newels Columns Door and
Johnson City 'to the West Virginia coalfields today a a spar Turned Ballusters, Casings, ,
*. Senator Perez Soto has pub- cial election to elect a to School
llaht4 and from Its present North Carolina successor Window Frames Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits,
another violent article against MASSACHUSETTS REPUBLICANS I Vincent Borelng, congressman from ,
to the Atlantic coast.Tt.e .
and Tables. I constantly
Domlcgo Obaldla. governor of Tana- extanoiofls! will aggregate several the eleven!! district who died about Desks and Seats Combined, am

t ma, hundred! mflea. The road was originally R*r miration of Governor Bates U two weeks ago. This is the data of receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

projected from Charleston to Assured. the stat election. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
3. In h
Boston Oct the same
f. Consolidation of Gould Lines. Caloaco. via Cincia&atl.
which yesterday was filled with Den. .
New York. Oct. 3.-Papers are tola Steamship Company WIne Fight After Speech Pelf Unconcclouc.
oats cheering to the echo the oratory -
drawn, attorney identified with San Francisco. OoL 3.-The China Chicago Oct 3.-A dispatch to Tb i
of their leaders the Republicansof .
tae Oould tnUmU for the oonsolM- Commercial Steamship company operating .. Tribune from Ottawa Oat says that WHITE'S CREAMERMIFUGE
Massachusetts met today to nominate
'loa of the Gould lines west of Pita steamers to this port, has won their state ticket. Henry Cargil. member of the hooMof \VORMS 1' I t

bait with the exception of the Ana out in Its fight for the right to land The assembly was large and f the commons, and a wealthr1um.bmnu.

a t'; .trbor tae the roads west of er.f Ohineae ooolip laborers in Mexico. Theflews fell unconscious as te was leaving the Boe'ln QuAtity. lied In QIOAbI7. :
unanimous rsnominatlon of Governor EM /XXV /W
l,, Innis, axxxwdlBg to The Herald. Tt house yesterday afternoon after making
intention of the Mexican
of lieutenant Remedies.Y i iA.IIJ
John L- Bates Governor For 20 Years Has Led all Worm
combination will Include. K is said, to permit the Chinese to a vigorous speech. He died rat
government Curtis Guild. JT., and the remainder oi aan-TTOoisfr.
the Wheeling and Lake Erie, the HitsMg. 10:4 o'clock last night In one of the SOXD ;aT
t Its soil has just been received
land on the present list of state officers was #. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louts.
: Carnegie\. and Western, with its .by steamship officials bi this city assured. rooms of the Parliament home. Prepared b141 .-.,.,._w.

bo underlying companl and tba Wa-

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Has No Special Political; Significance.Amicable To Cure a Cold Day a w ;
Wife Will! Nurse Sick Husband BacC I
to Health. I Relations! Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A &
:New York, Oct. 3. King Victor Fur Take % pft every
Done as. Ga. Oct. S.-Cards we I (0. Jv&YF\ box.2Sc.
out for a brJUlirt weddlrg to cone matual's Journey to Paris has >:o special Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 *onths. This signature,
political sigLificance says a R:1:9disI:1.tch :
off) last Wednesday at tie Episcopal j
to The Tribune, except::: thatit
church, the contracting! pities being f
materially demonstrates the r -es-
, -- =
: Miss Lilla Cthel Frank and Dr. J. Allan
tafclishraes of good relation between .......l 'fII'.
ea J-iirara: JT- -- --- -
ri. r- -B -
f Montgomery. | |JT'T"
leases and Italy. I will have to Eu-
i The groos-alect, tcwevef, Las bees
Quite sick for cars thai a week with j ropeaa international consequences, it The Formula tells the story :
I is said for Italy his: no intention to
typhoid fev -r. Finding 1 the crlglnai
abandon the triple &alliance which has:
plan isprscticable. tie young lady. Grove9s Chronic Chill CureNot
just been renewed: anj which has had
KS.? with a few rrtesds. Trent: to the Eick l
;IL a ten :ici:1: effect en the maintenance
,-', chanter, where the TOTS were spoken j' of peace far more than 20 years. a patent niadicinc: a thin spirituous liquid, of a bitter taste made oft

that united them for life and gave It is also believed that the Mediterranean The Great Drin Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
the brie the rig! t to nurse him iieaitl) .
thrcngi his :ickatsa.: j question exists because 01Italy's Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
with England
Dr. Mon >zero %Js a cutured gentleman std the understanding France-Italian convection by Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
an.! skillful dentist. whose

many friends. wsi for him.... a speedy to which Morocco Italy tas and given has had up right any claim over Dispensed at! all Soda Fountains 5c. It Cures the Chills that other. Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

recovery.ORLANDO-..- Tripoli recognized. METTO... TTe Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price. SOc.
Syrup i is put up for

SMITH DEAD. Calculated! to Remove Suspicion. mixiug with ice water in the

-- Raris. -Information, received: summer time and with hot -

Wza General Manaer::; of the B. and 0 here through official sources at St. water in the: winter I llit'.

Railroad. Petersburg show that the explanation Specially adapted to family VS

Chicago, HL, Oct. 5.-OrlasSo Smith, jive* of Japan's moving troops to Corea ue,either as a bevt-rsge or a f

; general axansger of the Baltimore: and is calculated to remove suspicion table drink, taking the placeof FERN HILL RXE.TIi

: Ohio rairoad.! : and an officer: c daring the concerting hw: Intention. The number tea, coffee:, etc. .

: civil war, died at 2 o'clock this morn of troop moved it estimated! at .
--- ---- ----
in:. He tad been !ill for ten days. between 8,000 and 10000. Japan e* .
i plates that the movement is yarn oi Prices for gyrupl-2 pint 25c.

: Prominent: Passengers on Lucanla. a plan of wpsriiaeatai mobilization 1 quart, 75c. 1-2 gallon' ;I.3.5,

i New York, Oct 5.-Tie name of E for tie purpose of showing her ability 1 gallon, $.50.
H. ROES HAL S SONS Distillers Clnclnqoti O
IL Clergewas on the passenger list to >aobCiM: a considerable force toco&adctioa T/ireetionsTwo tablespoonfuls .

of the steaater L"J alb sang today \rkh the friction beiwwaJapac used to a class of water.

for LiverpooL The name of William and China; but that it has no Costs lets than 2c. a glass. -;1 STRAUSS &c CO., Distributors, Ocala fla
tXarcosia, the inverter, was also on the connection with difference between
way acrosaKr. Japan and any other power. The officials -A
il&rooal will oaks: a practical test
1 refuse to comment upon the ex Jacksonville, Florida. -
t of sereral knproremeaU to ha oMei 'a.naCro. -
t- wireless apparatus in use on the La Sold by Postoffice Drug Slool', AntiMonopoly -::
tW Drug Store, C. E. Taylor lJroIeeotonat. I
f To Improve Conflltlon'of Jfe>groea. Dad T. W. Troxler.STATC'E: ... ---- II McMillan
I ----- New York, Oct S. Ahoct a tunflrel --I Bros

Montgomery Planing Mill Burned. delegates are attending; a corn T.E.BICCS.: _
Montgomery Ala., Oct. &.--Monteozk
t rentlon In Brooklyn, having for Its ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. I
err was visited last night by a firs CF GOEBEL.
object the formation of a national association (Office in Gary-Agnew Blocs) I
f that destroyed the a F. Oorrt
pJaatojmm to improve the conditions of OCALA, FLORIDA j Southern Copper \\'orks
f. and a dwelling owned by Mr. the colorei people. Rev. Dr. Dean Will Be Unveiled on Anniversary of : I Iu :
Gorrte. The loss Is aboia 14,000 with .
R. Babitt.! in addressing the convention Governor Death.New D. FULLER.
$2,600 insurance. York, Oct. 3.-Arthur Go tw.l.
deplored sectionalism, urged race Manufacturers of
brother of the: lite Governor Willlaoj! DO:\TIST. Turpentine Stills
harmony and pointed out the great
isles Salomon as a Reformer. dangers In the present situation of Goebel. Is !In this! city to inspect the: Over Mnnroe & Cbambliss Bank.Ocala Fla. ,

model of a statue to be erectei ir I IJ and General Metal
the Workers.
Everybody in Florida knows the dragging race question into poS- :M. THOMPSON
tics. The object of the delegates} is memory of the assassin's victim. _
ubiquitous Jules Salomon, just now a
to organize a co-operative society and The mnlInent.'l.i: is to cost PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON.
resident of Monticello, but few have! to establish such commercial and' industrial 515; '''"
ever seen him ia the role of a reformera enterprise as life Insurance, will stand la the Frankfort Ky., cem F4\. I; through; the country a ip: 'cialty. Orders by mail "r

the recent "wet or dry" campaign shoe! and for the prevision benefit stores of the and race.! anything etery.The fisiire is 10: feet him It'L L'DWIX l, SPEXCER._____ I I wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

in Jefferson county Jules took a hand chow! Mr. Gaebei standing! by a Gothic ATTORNEY-AT-LA. following worksFAYETTEVILLE .

and addressed an audience with much column, his left hand slightly behind OCALA. ., 7-5-y FLORIDAT I
Not Work! of Incendiaries him hoLiag a manuscript, while
brevity and no little wit. He siid N. C. SAVANNAH
aratoga \. Y., Oct L-,A special the right arm falls naturally with the E. CHASE. -- GA.
among other things: from Racquette Lake says there is hind: firmly clen<:h d. The statue, DENTIST, JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE ALA.

"The man who asked how I, a nothing to show that the burning! of with its pedestal: l when! complete, roll! OCALA. FL\ .

the Adirondack camp of John C. rise 32 feet from the. base.It .
| could be for prohibition forgot ...
Freun-i, the New York publisher, near Is hoped to unveil the statue: 02 pARLOS L. SI5TRCNK.
that I am an American citizen. i that place, Se.t 24ras, the work of t the anniversary cf the governor's ....

"While I have been thrown grit incendiaries. ':1t). '- ATTORNEY-AT-UW. For
Room, Masonic Building Ocala. Fa. ; 28 1 June ApplicationOn
many races of people, I was trained I

up a democrat."If Harrleburg Suldded Escape L-Dr.Court Wilson! VUana Safeguards, Oct 3.-For A the dispatch Czar. from I Bearing Trees L sePERUVIN

I say, 'Doctor, come and have a W. Stroup. aged 54 years, committed lieurzistig, Styria, says the precautionary I I

little something'I bet he will say, suicide by shooting himself today. Dr. measures: taken for the surety
Stroup was to have been arraigned la of tie cur were largely: extended: to f1* 1 I
'I go you one court this aJteyioan on a seriouscharga. day. The special reason for this has r lET MANURE. ;

"I cannot make a speech. I would not transpired! but?fresh detachmentsof 4 F'@ V ;

not know where to start or to windup gendarmes have been ordered to

with. Bride Deserted by Husband. i the hunting District, where all movements --;:. A High Grade Natural Guano L't'
Decatur Ala. FormulaEntirely Frttfr n, .\I)
Sept 20.- {rs. Dyk 4 of unauthorized $320
"1 started to write a speech, but Brewer, a handsome young bride o 4 persons are prohibited t
during: the times
the czar and 6
there is not enough paper in the 2 months, sits at her father's house Emperor Francis Joseph are hunting, QtS. ... Forms of Sulphuric Acid. I

state of Florida to write all that id In New Decatur crying because her Special additional precautions have $4 I
; gay young husband thought more 01 l :
true against the saloon. another girl and left with her for Cincinnati been taken to guard the spot occupied d12M a Send for our new hooks-

"I make no speech-only words where he said he Intend; by the czar during the chamcls drives Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida Oranges"'c'
making her his wife.
that are from my heart. Brewer was
a United States soldier in China and< Jockey Dies From Injuries.
"You women are conquering in a the Philippines and St. Louis Oct 3.-Jockey William
returned horn
greater battle than Dewey'a at a year ago and engaged in the saloon Shea, who was injured in an accident Q9 WILSON fi TOQMEfJ FERTILIZER COMPNY :
at Delmar track
Manila bay. business here. Since then I he afternoon
has been leading a fast life HI died at the Missouri Baptist sanitar:. JACKSONVILLE. FLOKIDA. t
10 this community no blind tiger bride: was from one of the best fan .. J tt>a Death resulted from conc silon: i"EXPRL2PRfPiL1' t

can exist" lies. of the brain. He never regained con OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS. :

wlowiess: after the accident I !\
University of Florida. Mayfleld; Resigns Place. --
Montgomery. Ala., Oct. 3.-Judge J. .
Two events have occurred which J. :MaySeld: who was yesterdty elected Important I Decision .'.c I

will probably exercise a marked influence by the legislature as commission- CMS E. BLUM ;A COfJPtilY' I JAS.3I.GRAHAMPreiideut. GEO.W.HYDE.V1.'ePres e

on the destiny of this institution ?r to his: codify position the of state judge laws of, has thecounty resigned Lower Insurance Rates to be
The First
; one was the return to the original i- court of Tuscaloosa. Governor Jells Given to Persons who do 517 and 519 W. Bay Ft, I National BankOF ;

policy of admitting only male appoint: Henry B. Foster as judge. not Drink Alcoholic
Mr. Foster was the solicitor. C. BYerner Liquors
students; the other was the recent ek
f. who is a member of the leg. Jacksonville, fla.ft. .
action of Columbia county in voting islature, was appointed at solicitor 0

"dry." As an official of the University to succeed Foster. By insurance a recent decision companies of one of the of the United largest The'" Chartered Bank in Alachua County. I ICapital ;:

says, "\Ve are a solid block of Culvert Falls; Stonemason Kill:. .
States, lower rates to be :.t7 ...
are given those .'
Knoxville Tenn.: Oct. .
, dry counties now, all of our neighbors supporting the arch 3-The of a framework persons who do not indulge in the use of .AJ A> .t.>-.f"t. )> < ..I.. . . . . . . . .. . . S!,ltI.\, N .l' ..

having anticipated us in the culvert being constructed on the Knox.stone any intoxicating llquort. This i3 just for fi"i 1' For nearly4'Ralf Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . ;!!tl.'U' .' .
movement. This is certainly no ville LaFolletta and JelUco railroad statistics from all sources show that the -. Doe!!exclusively a bautinir buMot-si; with facilities tqual to any hank iu '!'i"itate. :
near here, fell yesterday afternoon. use of alcoholic drinks always predisposes a century Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporation.
email inducement to parents, to putting Etc. Interest allowtd! bvspecial arranetmeut. All ..
Frank Weaver! a carpenter and lione- to kidney troubles and Bright'!
V transacted
away of intoxicating liquors, for mason of London Ky.. was instantly! Disease, Diabetea and all other fatal kidney i fiteppysi&paid 10-17 promptly. H. E. TAYLOR ( a-. ,r r .
as Shakespeare Bays, "How oft the i limed 111the accident diseases are far more frequent among IT

sight of means to do ill deeds makes Continued liquidation In Wall street drinkers of beer and alcoholic beverages Seeds --- -- --- --- .1'\1
puzzles the financiers and hu a depressing than

ill increased deeds done confidence!" They send can their now with effect In them among those who do not Indulge .. la.abwncraa 1Uf1 rJ1 d e-t.utrra autlerrrpabere.II/uS L,atxmoaalnrvorr seed At be-ld cal IJ': &... .................OO .
Mrs Davis
; to Improve ant In a recent address before the Senate of trrtlo all appUouils.I .
away from their sight and control it is now thought she will recover. ).:SI.! F BBT .,CO.
the United States, Hon.J. II. Galllnger, r.b Stroll, Kith. ft
under the Spanish War veterans are holto: Senator 1JerryBurnett I 1tAD .,
assurance that the evil and a reunion at New Ilavaa. from New Hampshire, gave the !2l: a
miserable traffic is no more.-Florida t results of most thorough investigationsmade ., f,
A severe storm has swept over tbfishing to ascertain the effects of beer drinking e I JiI

Agriculturist.Do boats containing 72 men, veers upon the health and life of Individ The Florida Times-Union t

wrecked drowned.and sixteen of the men Men uals. lie showed conclusively that almostall I Ityald. : ;

You .
Want to Yawn.
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cases of Bright's Disease caused ,
were ---- _
Discharged employes of 'she Oonsoli I -- I t
Feel cold shivering:),, aching in the dated Lake Superior company attack by beer drinking and that other fatal kidney Merchant REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 0 tDAILY .

bones, lack of energy, headache and troubles had the same origin aa a rale. AND SUNDAY.One .
I e great depression? These symptoms Soo and smashed As probably a large majority of men :Month postage paid. ..... .........$ .60 _
I everything m Three Months, ... .. ..
I po.agep.ud.
may be followed by violent headache drink beer it becomes a matter of Tailoring. 1.50 .
they could lay their hands on. MLa great SIX Months, postage paid---------------- tI.
i to know One Year, ... ..... .. .. 3.00
high fever, extreme nervousness, ury was unable to cope with thm. concern the best way of overcoming S postage paid boo .,

condition known as malaria. Her Domingo Gomez sentenced its effects upon the kidneys. There !it Ocala, Florida. ILLUSTRATED! SUNDAY EDITION. $150 A YEAR.
to tout I
bine cures it. Take it before nothing that will so quickly make the kid. W. Semi-Weekly! Edition .....Six Months $ .w .
the disease years' imprisonment at Manila! fa Finest Imported and S Seml-\\etklyEduon.. .. ... One Year i.oo fa
gets a fair hold neys right in these cases as FOLEV'S KID- .
though it will founding an organization which laoft- Domestic Cloths. Sf
work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins ed natives to rebelflov.I KET CCSE. If taken early it will cure every All communications and remittances should be addre ed to 1

Manchester !{an., writes: Minister! Beau re telegraphs Iron: form of kidney trouble and even In hope. I Cutting a SpecialtyFits i
have used your great medicine, Her Bogota that there is no change ia th< less cases it will give relief. It is an honest Guaranteed. 1IMEMIGN, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

bine, for several years. There i is situation in Colombia regarding th preparation and can be relied upon to

nothing betterifor malaria, chills and canal treaty. do all that la claimed for It. .

fever, headache, biliousnes, and for a The two French aeronauts who mada Postoffice Drug Store.METSMNEM2S. Study at t HomeSES I SUBSCRIBE : .

blood-purifying tonic, there is nothing successful trip in a balloon from Learn more, tad ruuam E
more. With the Tablet Home Study Lessons joa need cot
as good. 50c. Anti-Mouopol Parts to England: have returned tc Irate kome.employment to lean Booickeeptng.AnthBieoc.Al ..
r ,their: homes. : e. ,Ge Drug Btroe, and: Tydioga & Co. Teacher*atde4 to put ; S jrrs.l
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DR. E. ALLEN MD. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec

|Ition 8.Chapter 4&SS Laws of Fbrida.
? NEAR MOBILE ALA purchaser of Tax Certificate

OF PROMINENT Xo. 3923. dated the 5th day of August,
MEN A. D. 1901. has filed
Editorials From Columbia In Ocala EveryTHURSDAY office said certificate in my
and has made
application for tax deed
Three Killed: and Two Are to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate

State Read In C01i rt. embraces the following described property
situated in Marion
county. Honda, to-vsiti
]Fourteen chains east and west by 7.45 chains
SICK JUROR HAS RECOVERED.Countel north and south in southeast corner ot northwest -
LIST OF THE quarterof northwest quarter Section 27
Roosevelt's CASUALTIES. ; "
President Life Sofe Compared Township 14 Rane 12.
I For the Detent Renews Motion The said land being assessed at the date of

Explcsicn! of a oiir: In the Sawmill thM rs e issuance Amelia of C.such Scarborough.certificate in the name of :

Made Early In the Trial and NOTICE Unless said certificates
shall be redeemed

to Other Rulers. Enter Upon Its frM>> ntatlon of the of Thomas Mstcalf Results In Loss the jist day to law.01 deed A.will D 1903.issue thereon according on t

Case. of Ufa And Instruction of In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Witness my Official signature and seal this the -
2ist day of fceptember, A. U.
Property. oi the State of Florida, Marion County. S. X.SISTRUNK ; -

Lexington.: S. c., Oct. 8.-Tie tr .-In Chancery. 9 25 p Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla. l

of James H. Tillman was resumed today MoWle, Ala.. Oot 6.-By th eerplo- Hester Johnson J. J. Johnso 4.5

POLICE the juror Milton Sharps who has slon of a boiler at 11:30 o'clock this J-IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT;
) SURPRISED herein named J. J. Johnson. be and he is
been sick, having improved! sufficiently mornlQg in the sawmill of Thomas hereby require: to appear to the bill of complaint
Of for Tax
Application Deed Under
Section 8 of
to Me:caU. 7 miles south of in said cause on or befoi e
permit him to ba in court. Mobile three
Uotdau the nut day of !A'uremlier D. Chapter 4808, Laws of Florida.
Pre state men los their lives and 1903- :
rested without the introduction two other per. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE THAT PETTE-
It is further ordered that a copy *f this or ,
of further testimony and the ions were injured. der< be published once a week lor four consecutive way Horn. & Co purchaser of tax certificate/
weeks in the Ocala No 3985 dated the 5th day of August. A. D.
That defense entered at once upon the presentation TILe dead: Banner. 1401 has filed said certificate in office and
Inquiries Show the Arrest of Persons Done this September 23rd. A. D. 1903. my
Suspected of Its caae. Thomas Metcalf.] proprietor. EDWIN SPENCER S. T. SI .TRUNK. has made application for tax deed to issue in
according with law. Said
Counsel for the defendant first Charles Crockett Complainants Solicitor. Cl'k Circuit Court. following described certificate embrace the
reaewed negro employe. property situated Marion;
10-2 by H C Sistrunk D.C.
of Designs Against Members) of 1n)- the motion made early in the Tim Davis, negro employ co Southwest unty. Florida.quarter to wit of: southeast quarter section

trial that the court instructed the jury The injured: 18 township IS. range 20

Families to disregard all testimony given by Ben Norwood and a boy named NOTICE. the The issuance said land of such being certificate assdssetl in at the the name date of of

penal Average One a Day. Titneftses for the state showing a Da via.McIVER. S. W. La tou. Unless said certificate shall be

weapon in the possession of the de tenant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tNth I redeemed{ according to law tax deed will issue
ereuu on the nth of
day A.
by virtue f a certain final decree I November D.
I. Many Clews Being ( prior to the shooting. Tha court Bronchitis for Twenty 1 ears. entered bv the Hon. \V. R Bullock judge ol the 1Q 03.
Iijvestigated. ruled the testimony to be Fifth Judicial Circuit Florid, Marion county witness my official signature and seal this the
Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville in chancery. on the 24th day of September A. D. 3rd day of October, A. D. 1903.
1 from Tr Columbia State 1903. wherein S S. Lamb is complainant and S. 'I,. SISTRUNK

Berlin, Oct 1-The? department of ref erring to the defendant were read Ill., writes : "I had bronchitis for I Henry Goodrich is defendant. pending in the 10 9 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co., Fla.
Fifth Judicial Circuit. Marion C
TELEGRAPHIC county. Florida.
pike hu noted Yo'lthout.ton1>> nt All BREVITIES. by) counsel for the defense and offered twenty years and never got relief unin chancery I the undersigned special master

; .i uveral tastaacea recently of dan- signs of the old Mississippi p,aitentiary in evidence. Tha court in ruling til I used Foley's Honey and Tar, in final chancery decree will appointed on therein t) execute said NOTICE OF PETITION FOR SCHOOL

|sr to &* life of President Roosevelt will soon be removed from upon a point in controversy stated to which I is a sure cure," fostoffice Monday, the id day of Aorew, .4. D. 1ff11. DISTRICT AT MOSS BLUFF.
the site of the new capitoL No the between the hours of II a. m. and 2 o'clock.
more Jury that the p.
ttat have for Store.
wondeflng they been purpose which Drug
convict labor will be in m. in front of the south door of the court house I U'E, THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
M ft aad w evidently without lotelll-, until on therroundl. the editorials were being read to thefur7 la Ocala. Marion county, Florida. sell to the I tax payers of the following described ter.

fact Erection, vaa to show the feelings that ex: highest described and mortgaged best bidder premises for the following ritory, will on
!IB Qulrlei show. that the arrest of An appeal has been taken to lat ed between tU defendant and N. G.GoouJe I and ,MACKA The eat half ot the northeast quarter of the the first Honda in li flt'mbn1903.,
United States the'' southwest quarter and the east half ot the present to the board of public instruction of
lenou suspected of designs against supreme court by southeast ouarter of the northwest quarter of Marion county. Florida. this petition asking the

Btaben of the Imperial familie av-1 InteOE'ta.t commerce commlcckm ia The first witness! called by the detease section n. township |5. south of range 21 east. aid board to call an election for the purpose of
ss fifteen acres sold to James W Sanders. ia c creating 8 special tax Krhool district be knownas
Ittll one dAU,. The arrests art 'Inre11 the case of Wilmington against the I was T. D. Mitchell who, lived in len anon couotv Florida or so much thereof as the Moss Bluff Special Tax school Distiict.

reported In the nad | rai lroads. Columbia, in 1902. He testified that iay be necessary to satisfy said final decree The above said district to include the following
newspapers and costs of suit CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. descrbied territory:
CM only! against the wtss of the ijo3ri The illness of Juror Milton 6hrp ,. ho bad a conversation with N. G. 10 2 Special :Master .n Chancery. Commencing at the northeast corner of section
delayed the TlHman Go nzales. relative to J. H. i7. township r6. range; 25 running west to
for the latter ball.,. tLat the | trial Tuesday. It Tlllman. reciting lawaha river,thence in a southeasterly dir c-

Biri mention of such arrest prompt !Is thought that! he will b* wen enough what he stated Gonzales said FUNERALDIRECTORS. NOTICE. bon along the Ocklawaha river to the line dividing

fcr it to on conferring the defendant The witness townships 16 and 17 thence east to southeast .
go today but phyeiciana
Q rnl&tt.1 minds to plan killing thear corner of section '2. tow t ship 16, range 25
ere1g. Quite 60 definite clowsO e still in doubt! said, among other things: fii nee north to tie p jut beginning.
I "He said I can slap his face NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. Isaac: Perry. A J. White. N. L. Fort. S. A.
neb plota: hate bean inY'eStlratedl Nineteen new casts: of yeiiow fever I and hi W. Carney. purchaser of Tax Cer. Smith. Oliver Fort. J. S. Martin, J. II. Fort. M.
tortsi the last nine mo&tha. largely are reported at Laredo ; would not resent It. and he said if he tificate No. 2392. dated ihe 1st day ol July. A. D. O. Morrison, Jno T. Lewis. W. E Martin. A.W,
Tex., but i ver bats his -1-I 1901, has filed said certificate in my office and I Fort M. H. :Morrison. Adam Fort, H. P. Griggs
ItCI a&o&rmou declaration. The I physicians insist that the disease 11 I eyes at me I'll fill him so has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance 1.. P. Wartmann, A. A. McKinney. 10 9
full of lead that he Hne a tnl.moo ol (iOsLUO4lkUIP with law. Said
will never tote it u the decrease. :
Beaten of the imperial family hcrwtnr on There
were three .
C2." 0 every dcaerlptloii spet-al &tt' .I! r the fcllowing described property situated in
art to hedged In by the policejnctuUooi deaths at Mlnera. tllr11 I'nll u Marion county Flonda. to-wit: EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO
: The witness said that he subsequently Lot 7. F. L. Carney's sub. pt a part ot section CREDITORS f
that It II difficult for teh Natural gas has been found near 1 1. township 17. range 23. AND OTHERS.
ly Mr. Tlilman to
what Embalming Order.
he stated sIr.onzales The said land assessed
seltIlll diseased to get near them. Huntsvllle and ; being at the date of
experts say the supG: said to him. On cross-ex- the issuance of such certificate in the name ot
J I rly is sufficient to feed the city for affiliation h1 said Mrs Princess A. Smith. Unless said certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
SCHEME OF FRENCHMAN. !50 ho forced the con. NOTICE. shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed I itors.legttees distributees and all persons
years. I j vereaUoa< on Mr. Gonzales. will issue thereon on the 7th day of November, : baying daiwa or demands against the estate of
A. D. 1003.Witness CHARLES E "BO: =--. deceased that they. and
At Berlin it Is reported that then A K. Flowers who
formerly each of them called
attempt to Found In Africa wasof my official signature and seal this the29th are upon and required to
Empire by are many plots' to km the kilser. t car conductor la Columbia, Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 o.' day of September, A. D. 1903. present their claims against the said esUte to
Millionaire. | of Chapter 4SS$. Laws of Honda.V (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. the unde-signed as executor the If st will and
Nearly testified
every day a woulM reglckl* : thit during the fummer of Clerk Circuit t testament Charles Abson deceased
( OTICE IS 10 2 Court Marion Co. Kla. within
York. -The secret of M. THAT E
1 is 19&2. two years from this date as
arrested. Mr. Gonzales required by law
I and three other k Stevens, purchaser of Tax Certificate No.' otherwise the will
Lebiodr same be forever barred
to found
attempt an empire 2497 dated the 4th day of November. .!
A. D.
men IoS.
were riding
The Ha EDW.
Rhode Island Republicans car. &ld NOTICE. UOLDU.C.
te irfca Is out. says! a Times dispatch hue and certificate 17S3. dated August 6th. A. 1). Executor ol last will and testament of Charles
torn noxinated General Colt for governor while he was collecting fares they J9 00,has filed said certificates in my office and E.Abson,deceased. -

tilt the London.roues The French dispatch millionaire asserts, and ia-orsed President Roosevelt ;|' were discussing politics and that he i has m accordance made application with taw.for tax deed to issue Notice Application for Tax Deed under Sec* Ocala Fla., July loth, A.D. 1<)037'Jo.8t

heard Mr. Gonzales if Mr. Said certificate embrace the tion 8ofCbapter4S8S.Lawsot Florida.
say Till following described
members of ;
tio U In London the First regiment
cow business i
on man was elected property situated iii Marion county. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
he never would be R. A. NOTICE OF ELECTION.
4 ilrtt first to obtain the consent of band who refused to play in the cent !j | Fleated. orida, to-wit: NOTICE purchaser ol Tax Certificates Not

:nIal parade at Chicago 'because of g Witness added that he hoard: I North half of southwest quarter and south 2743. 795 and >Sos dated the ist day of July A.
tie European powers who claim to j M r. Gontalea say he would "kill the, j east quarter ot southwest quarter Section 36. D. 1901, bas filed"said certificate In ray office, For creating a Special Tax School District at
11ft influence! over the territory on the presence of non-union musicians, I! rascal." I' and west half of southwest quarter of Section and has made application for tax deed to issue Oak Hill.XT .
will be dismissed from the 25. all in Township id. Range 24. ia accordance with law Said certificates embrace t I
vIeh he has designs to l.S'tabl1sh.lkmg regiment j I On cross-examination witness aaldhe The said land being assessed at the date ol the following described property situated OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AX it

the northwest coast of Africa an em- Frederick W. Hinrichs.: of Brooklyn, had the issuance ol fuch certificates in the name of in Marion county lorida. towit: i> election will be held at the Oak Hill school .
not told of this until two Unknown, F. Q. Trustee West oflot and lots 6 Southwest U,
Brown L. A. Gnggs 2-3 7 Teagues house, Marion county. Florida during the hours
tire! largar than Rhodesia., to be Kn- 23 been selected for the fusion candl- i months ago and said that he first t and j S Martin Resurvey of lots 54. 59. 60 Caldwell's addition. of 8 o'clock m.and sundown of Saturday Oct.
Wed the Uule&s said certificatess hall be redeemed Ocala: All of except 65 feet north and south A D. for the
United! States of Liberia. date for comptroller general to succeed I wrote it according 17 1903. purpose of creating a
to the defendant to law. tax deed will i .sne thereon on by :220 feet east and west on north end of lot IS special tax school district to be known as ihe
Here it is alleged he proposes t3:: C rout. I P. W. Hughes, of Warrenton stated the 3111t day 01 October. A. D. 1903. Dunn's northwest addition Ocala. Lots A andB Oak Hill Special Tax School Distnct. The
. Dud a stat peopled by from ) Witness my official signature and seal this sub of lot 9 Dunn's northwest addition to: boundanes of the above said school district are
In the proceedings at Indianapolis ths he and other the
some men. naming! 2ist day September A O 1003. Ocala hereby changed from the description m the
ifflerlu. especially from the southern IlIlte t o extradite James Lynchehaimt the: them met Mr. Gonzales on Main 925 S. T. SISTRl'XK. The said land being assessed at the date of original petition by order of the board of public
who Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, Florida. the issuance of such certificates in the names ol I instruction so as to read as follows
would receive :
grants of land latter said that he assaulted Agnes I i i j street in Columbia, during the cam S. w. Teague and Florida West Coast Improvement i South 3-4 of Section 2. 3.4. 5 and south half of

&:4 be encouraged to found a country McDonald at the command of her tenant 1 palgc of 1902. Witness said he asked Co Unless said certificates shall beredeemed south half of Section 6, and all of Section 7, 5. 9,
sf their own. Mr. Gonzalcs NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL according la"*, tax deed Will issue 10, II, 14, 15 16, 17. 18 of Township 13 Range
in Ireland. at that time if he c thereon on the 24th day October, A. D. 1903. 20. and to elect three trustees ot said special '
1 H M. LUudy obtains all the territory SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE Witness official and seal this the school
not think he was doing Mr. Tillman my signature ax dbrtict. and to fii the rate of r.ullage
The dividend the
on common stock a nth day of September, A. D. 1903. to "e e levied for such special tax school dIotriCt.
ne desires b* will have a coun- of the steel trust for the last quarter! I j great injustice and that Mr. Gonzales [SEAL' ] S. T. SISTRCNK Qualified electors at said election are all registered -

T rich In minerals- Inda rubrber and has been reduced from 1 per cent to'I' replied that he would do greater in L NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH7VY THE g IS Cleric Circuit Court Manou pay a and tax on qualified real or voters personal of said district who
aee.: justice after !: "'! executor ol the last will and property therein.
election "and it ought to The following have
V per cent. owing to the falling oft testament of A. persons ell appointed
be lead." JOHN COLE, deceased will on NOTICE. managers and clerk of said election:
SEIZED of business. the i&tn (J.iof Filmaty A. I).1904. H. W. Nettles D Fant. Joshua Dantzler. and
}, AND STEAMER. make final settlement of his I J. K. allison, clerk.
accounts apply
At the hearing in New York
tf l Prison Congress. for final discharge. Such final settlement and I T. Whom it May Concern: By order of the board of public instruction

CwiUbulary force the trustees of Mrs. Maybrick'a application to be made to the county Judge of IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE this 8th day September, A. D. 1903.
Supply Officers Gfl I Los Amgeles Oct 8.-The NOTICE 9 25 G S SCOTT
I I' reading Marion couutv, at Ocala. Florida la Central & Peninsular N.ailroadCompanY
ancestor's estate to an accounting i. Attest
Wrong In thePhirippines. 8256m J.I.. LIDDKU: has filed in this office ; Chairman.
'and discussion of three a list of lands
)!itn1Ia. 'Oct. shortage ot $ 5.OoO WU disclosed. i:j: reports took I>. A. :\1ILLE1(. situated in the township described below. aud W D. CARS Secretary.

7.-Oeorge Foreman. I I up the morning session of the prison _........ -.......--........-----.-- has applied for a patent for said lands: that tl
*!5 et Inspector, and C. J. Johnson, con Near Berlin yesterday, an electric !I I! (congress today. Papers list is open to the public for inspection and tea NOTICE.

RibuUry supply officers, both station : car was driven r.t a speed of 125 miles :j i; port of the were: "Re- NOTICE. copy been thereof in by descriptive !subdivisions has
standing: committee on posted a convenient place in this of
*! M Mlasamls, Mindanao whose ac- an hour. It is hoped to attain i a i iI I I prison discipline -- fice for the inspection all persons interested Notice of Application tor ax Dee Wa'J by Lieutenant Colonel and of the public generally. 8. Chaptef48.S, Laws o! Florida.
were under investigation, took higher spee:!. I I}I A. G. Irving, of Stony Mountain] otice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Within the next sixty days following the date : IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT w. B

KWO from the safe, seized a steamer I Oct 8 Is the date for Russia to I j Canada. "Report cf the committee on 8. Chapter 4$88. Laws of Florida. of claim this of notice.the protests or contests against the: NOTICE purchaser of tax certificates No*.
fcl km company to any tract or subdivision 151. 277, 278. 349 355. dated the second
started for of
Borneo. evacuate Manchuria but nobody believes preventive and Notice is hereby given that Francis M. Williams within section of day
reformatory work, by part section November A D 18<,fi. and certificates Nosifo. .
Ruining shore of coal. they stopped h purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos. 14 04, described in the list, on the ground that the dated
Russia will leave. The lion. Frank T. Randall 492. 497. October 3. 1898. and certificates
war dated
I dloud, the ist day of July, A. I). 1899: 2211. 22 32. same is more valuable for mineral than for dated
nitlre agricultural
vessel and took from her a Minn. 2234, dated April 3rd, A. D. 1893 and 2:32, will be : 442. 443. 506. August 7 1899.: has filed
feeling Is Increasing in Ja &I1. "Report of the committee on, 2237 purposes received and noted said certificates in my office and has made
111 supply I A steamer has been 2273, ol April 5th. A. D. 1892! 3000, 3001, 3002, for report to the General Land Office at Was 0ingtou lor tax deed to issue in application -
It tG Former Senator M. C. Butler ol I discharged prisoners by George I E. 3013,3014, dated 7th! day of August, A. D. 1199* D. C. with law. Said certificates embrace the accordance follow. 4
Borneo to intercept the fug a 8002603,2611.2619.2621.! : 2648. dated theist dayol \V. '
Cornwall, Boston. Mass.Conditions G ROBINSON. Register. ing described property situated in Marion
tut. South Carolina while riding on a train July A. D. itfoi, has filed said certificates in HENRY S. CUt: B. Receiver. ty. Florida. to-wit: South half of southwest coun

near Richmond was struck by a rock --- my office and has made application for tax Florida Central & quartar section 32. township 12. range 22, southeast -
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said certificates Peninsular Railroad Lands,
General thrown into his car. His ear wai In Cuba.New. embrace the folowing described property Gainesville Land District. quarter of southeast quarter north half of
Ola Surrenders. northeast quarter northeast quarter of southwest .
aulla, OcL 7.-General Ola leader \ nearly cut off and he was badlj York, Oct. 8.-Edouardo Yere, 1 situated in Marion county. Florida: South. Florida. East quarter and northea't quarter of southeast
I I Southeast quarter of northeast section section north
quarter half
quarter i of
the Insurgent bruised. Cuban secretary of government In the southeast of southwest of Townsh-p, Range. quarter -
armies in the provoIt."t | 14. quarter quarter and west three fourths of south half of
of of feveor. cabinet of President Palma, who has northeast quarter section 24. north half of IS 23 northwest quarter section 12, all in
yellow township
Albay, Luzon continues to turn Twenty-two new cases north west quarter of northeast quarter of section P't NEtf: and P't S%, Section 19 9 18 ot range ll. northwest quarter of southwest 13

eat the lUna of his command to the that no deaths from the disease, come here to undergo aa operation for 24 east half of northwest quarter of southeast -- ter ana east half of southwest quarter sectisn quar 6.

b@rtraQ authorities. During th s! are reports at Laredo, Tex. Physicians throat affection. accompanied the preaW'nt southwest quarter quarter of southwest of southeast quarter quarter section of southwest 24-, NOTICE and and west west hall halt of ot northeast southeast quarter quarter of south section half 7.

pacn! 100 insurgents were killed believe they have. the disease on hs; recent tour of the island, qual ter section 13, northeast quarter of of northeast quarter section 8, all in township

td TOO well in hand. and says the party was enthusiastically southwest quarter and northeast quarter of 13. range 22 !'
j wounded and one hundred southeast quarter section 23. southeast quarter of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of The said land being assessed at the date of
to* "'ere captured. At the time olr f The muddle over the New York cltj t received everywhere. "To prove I northwest quarter and east half of southwest Chapter 4'>SS. Laws of Florida the issuance of mch certificates in the nsmes
quarter of northwest quarter and northwest of I.J. Brokaw. Jno J&ckson tst
John F. Dunn
how stories
lwrender Ola's men were in rag, political! situation continues. BotJi groundless were the of I quarter of southwest quarter of northwest quarter NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT V. est. iarlha Evans, John Kabakras and

1 1'C1T In1 covered with sores. lie Grout and Fornes. who have been put opposition to the government by the section 36 east hall of northeast q.iarter ol I Pratt purchaser of Tax Certificate parties unknown I fleas said certificates shall
ka southeast quarter section 13. northeast quarter No. 1874. dated the ist day of July A. D. be redeemed according to law tax deed will be .
Promised to help the authorities on the Tammany ticket, say (they will veterans of the revolutions, he said of southeast, quarter of southwest quarter section 1901, has filed said certificate in my office and issued thereon on the nth day ot November. A-

I *"'nre Toleno and Laria. the in-] resist attempt to erase their "Ihe president rode afcout in the most 13. northwest quarter of southeast quarter has made application for tax deed to issue in U. 1903.
any southwest quarter section 13, north half of accordance with law Said certificate embraces: Witness my official signature and seal this
;ent leaders still at large. GenAH : names from the fusion ticket. deserted parts of the country without north half ol northeast quarter of northeast the following descrided property situated L im the 3rd day ot October, A D. 1903 ,
'? 1 quarter section 24. south half of north half ot Marion county, Florida. to-wit:
I1. military escort We were assured by S. T.S1STRUKK,
Url he has i tctt 1
promised Fifteen new Indictments have bees northeast quarter of northeast quarter section Lot 26 Becket Plantation Mat Book A, page 1090 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Immunity to Ola. returned at Washington as the final the former revolutionists that neither! 24. west half of northeast quarter of southeast 86. section 27 township 16. range 22. ,
the failure to their quarter % water section 13 northwest The said land beingas."Cssedat the date ofthe -
6 result of the postal scandal investiga.tion. pay wages nor any of southeast quarter of section 23 quarteri i issuance of such certificate in the name cl NOTICE

'. Verdict In Favor of Stratton. James N. Tyner, late assistanlattorney other cause could Induce them ever quarter ot southeast quarter except north half party Unknown. Unless said certificate shiill
of southeast quarter of southeast quarter of be redeemed according to law. tax deed will
i--IeIIO, Oct. 6.-A Tribune! dispatch general of the postofflce department I to make an attempt at insurrection. southeast quarter section 25, southwest quarter issue thereon on the I;th day of October A. D. Notice Application lor Tax Deed Under Section .
Colorado They are sincere thorough patriots, southeast qnarter section 25 northwest 1903.
Springs Colo. that quarter
says Is of those indlctei.
:; one of northeast quarter and north hall of north. Witness my official signature and seal this 8, of Chapter 4S88, Laws of Florida.
JuI'J In the case of J. D. DonovanL Owing to continuous labor troubles and will never take any action which west quarter section 36 all in township 17 the 9th day of Sept, A. D 1403. i "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT B
Ii.t Harry Stratton. haa returnTflct will enianger the institution which range 26. S. T. SISTRUNK 1\ Brooks purchaser of Tax Certificate
j I @ In favor of Stratton for the Morse Iron Works and Dry Doc they created by suL* ing and sacri- The said land being assessed at the date of 9 II Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. 2265 dated the 4th day ot November, A. D. 1605
a company of Brooklyn has shut do' '''0. the issuance of such certificates in the names certificates 2290 and 2379, dated August 7th,
J Pr tent of the 1350,000 secured one fice. ol :Mauger&Avery. M. M. Sexton,Curtis Gnibb.J. 1899. and certificate IJSS, dated July ist. 1901
j\ wmpromlie The proprietors say they are unable tc _ _ \v. Fry H. E. Simmons H. Waters Anchor NOTICE. has filed said certificates in my office and has
of the Stratton suit to stand the exactions of union labor. Land Co., Thomos irks and oarties unknown. I made application for tax deed to issue in accordance
if** ilia father's will. AttorneysJ Pined with Victor Emanuel. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed I with law. Said certificates embracethe
:""'i! oa and According to the reports of the cot- according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon following described property fituated in
| Cassidy, of Colorado Rome. Oct. 8.-Tha Italian ambassador the loth day October. A. D. 1903. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec. Marion county. Flonda, to'Wlt:
I w 1rI,. who were among Stratton'sh ton carrying roads in the south to the to the United States, Mayor Des Witness my official signature and seal this the tion 8. of Chapter. 4888. Laws of Florida. Lot 3 block 6 Danbury north half of north
ie1, % department of agriculture there wen 3rd day of September, A. D. 1903, half of southwest quarter of southwest quarter
I e filed suit for 50,000 fot Planches dined with King Victoi 94 S. T. SISTRUXKClerk NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. E. of section 19. and south half of southwest quarter .
"' :".tel e nd rarlous witnesses claimo 21,020 bales of the staple on hand at 1 Emanuel yesterday. His majesty Circuit Court Marion county, Fla.! purchaser of Tax certificate No.' section 29. all in township 16. range 23:
< be the close of Aug. 31. 24412473. 24 6.2'-73. dated the 7th day- of August, and west half of southwest quarter end went
't ',. employed by Donovan have eaid many flattering things of Amer-- A. D.. 1899, has filed said certificate my office half of southeast quarter of southwest quarter

t 7 aied lulu aggregating 149.000. It is reported at London that several ica and President Roosevelt, expressIng NOTICEIn : and has made application for tax deed to issue in section 22 township 13; range 22
accordance with law. Said certificates embracethe The said land being assessed at the date of
f L llng women. prominent on both sides the hope that Italy would ''be' ad- following described property situited in the issuance ofsuch certificate in the name of
t\1l'1C3. Capitalist Dead. of the Atlantic, are taking part in the: quately represented at the St. Marion county. Florida. to wit: Parties Unknown and Kenning Land and
c: Oct. 8.-Wimam! T. Baker' of the latE Louis the Circuit Court if the Fifth Judicial Circuit I Southwest quarter of northeast quarter and Improvement Company. Unless: said certifiCates -
tI1d@nt and for I I fight over the successor exposition. The ambassador:: has been in and for Marion County. Florida northwest quarter of southeast quarter and shall be redeemed according to law tax I
I many years a j Sir Michael Herbert British ambassador assured by the Italian north half of southeast quarter of southeast deed will issue thereon on the 3ist day of Octo. 1\, '
: ent member of the Board oltod exhibit committee In Chancery. quarter section 27. and north half of northwest ber. A D. 1903

:ie, cun to the United States. that it will work hard, as the Benjamin Lewis O'Neal, Complainant, vs. quarter of northwest quarter, section 35 and Witness my official signature and seal this the
of the leading capital- southeast of northwest section 24th day September. A. I).
quarter quarter 1903-
M before the Hague tribunal: time is short and that all
tt ttl! city' died suddenly this Speaking will bEreay Hattie J. O'Neal Defendant. 35 townshi;> 16 range 44 and northwest quarter S. T. sliTRCXK.
j,c. Wayne! :Mc'Veagh, counsel for the Uniti for the opening of the exposition. IT3SORDEREDTHAT THE DEFENDEKTi of southwest quarter section 15 township 17, 9-350 Clerk Circuit Court Manon CO.Kla.
herein Hattie O'Neal be and she
t _ i I ed States, declared that Germany and _ _ is hereby required to appear J. to the bill of complaint range The 24 said land being assessed the date of
y- Prominent Great Britain: made war on Venezuela Contribution to Conscience Fund. in said cause on or before Monday.the 2nd the issuance of such certificate in the name of WANTED-SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PERsons -
P' Physlcan Dies. day pt November.A. D. 1903. Uenning Land & Improvement Co.. W. H. in each state to travel for house established
'.* toutl, Xt 8.-Dr. John88. to collect money due to private firms New York. Dot Collector of tre It is further ordered that a copy of this order Tandy R. J. Ellis and Unknown. Unless said eleven years and with a large capital to call
John B.
I.ed from Venezuela stats th&lj Port Stranahan has just received U rAt I be published once a week for four consecutive certificate shall be redeemed according to law upon mercnants and. agents for successful and
for over 60 years one of Dfspatches weeks in the Ocala Banner. tax deed will issue thereon on the 25th day of profitable line. Permanent engagement. Weekly
1 IIIost prominent President Castro is treating foreignersne is said to be the largest single contribution This the 22nd day September. A. D. 1903. October A. D.. 1903. cash salary of SiS and all traveling expenses;
Is physicians In Stdwj. In the matter 01 to the "conscience fund" on record 9 25 S T. SISTRUNK Witness my official signature and seal this the and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
: Dr. Johnson was j with great severity ] Clerk Circuit Court. 15th day of September A. D. 1903.S. Experience not essential. ;Mention reference. ,*
tlce taxes. A reign of terror is allege1j at this port It amounted tc KVTMOND B. BULLOCK. T. SISTRUNK and enclose self-addressed envelope. TilE .',
preadent of the Kanltonalbunded' J to prevail at Cludad Bolivar 1207.70. aa came from Boston. Complainant's solicitor. 9-18 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Via, N ATIONAM,334 Dearborn St. Chicago Xs

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z' Offici.l Doings of the Board of Public --4...
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ustructoa-October Meeting

,," Ocaa! FU., Oct. li1A!

'n to 1*ani of Public Instruction iu

and for Mt>roa county, Florida, met I TI A POT GROGERY Iii

tbijl day with G. r*. r cwlt, chairman,
a : B. IL Bitch and J. ir. Grantbampresent

I r ...+...
ilmuir of last rw ttir g ">rt road ....... .1.1
and approved. -
Tnt Eaton l'rrtk"bool was granted
one Move and o:;e Pitcbtr pump. : 4ou'Il
The Bay Late scLool was granted
A &stove acd five joint-of piping. Be Surprised
.: / The Prt>rd "itSlitd to touveychildren
to the Ot L& and Bileviewa.LooJs
from the utos and OeoneentigLWrhwKia. .
i,i- ....
Tbf patrons twing to .....

scattered the more tliildir-ii expensive that to there than Ite transporutioti the plarw: maintenanceOf would be of |? To see how many absolutely NEW articles we have .3...

a school, it was ordered that a

8:hJl t.e le ruiwt eotablbhrd.Jl.dnut.igt.tU at a pout to both thl twill I; received this season in the way of Fancy Groceries. |

neighborhoods.Win. ...

,.leer.lIf. Cot the Palmetto was appointed colored oup scbo.-l Our buyer has just returned from the Eastern mar-

3 to fill the uaexpired tHru of S. W.
Williams who hag moved out of tb .

T 1 county.J. Turuips tr1 wm, upon. recommendation kets where he selected the choicest goods to be found, 3

T of the pstrcus, aj potuted

' trustee district,of tll the 8 1 the:Mi-Iatos-b unt'xi'irt'lIltrw friecul tax,>f knowing that the BEST is what our trade demands

H. Walkup, rvigtmi.
The was instructed toE

t write>l the secretary that supervisor("OUll'l of l1l Change tit) have JjpriugscbK beet.made E_ and must have. Note a few of the arrivals for the 3

before the board that childreu\

i : are coming there from the By Lake E week 3
t school without [*rJci'8, and that etch -- past : ...
children nnut t'triuiu from theboard
i iI I ..... ...
bffure they can attend the ONange

Spring school unlw they havemoved E Ralston's Breakfast Food, Ralston's Health Flour, Ralston's Pancake Flour, 3
into the Orange foprmg-s

neihborbuod. Rolston's Cereal Coffee, "Presto" Breakfast Food, "Force" Food, Potsum 3
A petition feigned by one fourth of
the qualified voter who pay taxes 011 :E and Grape Nuts. No 1 Fancy Shore Mackerel, in bulk and 10-lb. kits; Dutch
real and personal property in terri --

tory described in the petition, Will E Herring, Kippered Herring, in bulk. Imported Sardines, Cod Roes, Fresh -e
pre:euted to the board asking for an
election to create a f-pecial tax sobo.J. :: Herring, French; Peas, Mush Rooms, Succotash, Etc. Edam, Pineapple and
district Lake. Xo
at Orange
bfiog made; the election objections was :: Cream Cheese, Peanut Butter, Boneless Cod in 2-lb. packages. ==

called t"> be held on Monday, November ...'.
., 1903, and the secretary ir&trui- MBMNM nM n H MMBll B MIMMIMMM B HHMM BBaMBBMi H HM-i M BB BHMMM_ H MHHH- l MHH-HH MBBMlMHn -I'
r -I
ted to make the proper advertise -4

and meut.Treasurer's approved, as report fallows was: examine CHASE & SANBORN'S TEAS AND COFFEES.

Balance from last report_ ,... __{2990 93 I ..., (
Received from W.D.Carn sales of sash
from Spring Park schooL.??. ....??_ 250 -of"'
Received from W.D.Cam examination fIn
lees_.......________ _.... ...... 5100 ..... '"
Received from tale__ 185 50 ..,
Received from M. Bark dale. sale of Heinz's Famous Brand have Salad
estrayed cow J.__.___>>__.__ ..... t4 JS Keystone we Celery ,
Received from E. L. school
ol Carney, ,, .... levy_ 160
iyn w??'????- M"
Received from K,I..Carney,polls of 1902 25 oo priced Pickles, Sweet Midget Gherkins, Preserved Sweet Pickles4

Total receipts...?,.....___ ....faro 7$
Disbursed during September...__. __. 671 47 E Tomato Chutney Etc.

Balance in treasury.__...."----$t599 31 ,
Treasurer': report for special dis- T _
tricU were: approved: as follows:

Ocala Jjiamct._M._Received.JI 43Belleview P'd.Joo Out J SI Bat 43 -
Iclutuab_.. .51. 01 7' OQ 00 52 01 1/ ROYAL SCARLET BRAND CAt NED GOODS.

Fintville 39 57 00 39 57
i unaello_ 2 24 00 2 24
Reddick_3 75 00 3 75 L
Pine Level_.67 g5 00 6166Mayvifle2043

Weifedile_3; 5* 00 00 35 70 SS U Our facilities for whoelsale trade
being improved
CUM....._79 42 00 7942 handling are evrey
Cnner Faruu.i 65 75 00 3165
Buck Pond__. _._._.170 16 24 00 00 10 16 24 day and it to article in line t
Sparr Candlcr .____11 Si 92 00 11 S4 92 gives us pleasure quote prices on any our toE
I'cl1ow.bip_ 3 16' 00 316Electra..6
,3 00 36 13 merchants Write for list and let show where
BtitchtOu.4190__ co {190 us price us you we can
Mjrl l 58! jj OQ sS 25
Ft.KlDg..Jl54S 00 Jl54S
Capulet IJnadjle?___.,1153..2 to 00(1) II Z 53 10 E save you money and time on your orders
C lC.DI'laot4 77 00 4 17
Total...IS8J57 J75 00 $p157 d-
Prlorta and accouuts amounting; I -

to$paid'! 0.1 aa follows were ezaiuiued: and ordered g Hay Corn Oats Bran Cow Feed Etc.

Salaries of teachers_.___...... .... $i6Sq S.Crantbam mileage and services oa f -
J.board_ .. .. ...... ..._....__ 74C,
B. K.Blitch mileage and services on
board_lu.)1lt. .t 7oc, a-
C.l Scott,services on board. 4 I
..... II
W IJ.CarD.salary September 750

W.Elbert.expreu I.D.Grace Cam Stevens..,.50_postage.school_work,P.in_de..ksM,_. 63 4 63'C. 01 7'(; g Call on us when in search of Groceries of any kind.

insurance Howard Aca-
C.S. on
demy Scott_ ....... _._?.___._ ..... 30 oc)
Delta Printing Co.,printing circulars..? 4 o<.

Ocala Banner stationetg and..._publishingnotice ..__ __.
of special diatrict. ? 20 5 I

Ocala Ocala"""Star Banner*_,?publishing??i publishing.._, of special state 10 01: THE TEA POT GROCERY.

dutrkt_ .. _. .___
? ? 751
Ocala News Co., stationery............. 10)
,... .. _
T.K..P.btcur.coDlmj".ion -95: T
F W.P.C.T.Milligan Candy repairs repairs at Eureka Chipco_.._.._... 17 7 oJL 6: : A BROWN & BRO, Proprietors

_. on wagons u'- 20

Ceo.D.\V.W.Davis Mills,insurance,repairs at__Fcllowship.... __?____? 30 95'o': I )

,.'. Total..-.__?......___......-$2010 2; : J


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