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 16, 1903
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


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

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fffr spoiled by using any kind of Mr. Lawtou's cottage in the second

J Jr Two of Ocaln's Citizens Answer to preparations that fills the pores of the ward and has moved into same.
*. D. Marlowe Shoots and Instantly e
skin. The best to clear
way secure a
the Summons of the Grim
,' 1_ I Reaper. Kills James Brand. complexion, free from sallowuehs, Let's see Yes. There is "some ;

pimples! blotches, etc., is to keep the thing doing" in the race for sheriff.
Monday morning at six o'clock a
1' Mrs. Annie E. Tramham died Tuesday liver in good order. An occasionaldose
murder was committed at Conner. The following names are being can- t
of Herbine will cleanse the bow-

'I IN A BOX North Main at after her an home illness on of A. D. Marlowe, the mail carrier, els, regulate the liver, and so establisha vassed. John P. Galloway Leitner Allan

between Conner and Ocala, clear healthy complexion. tie atAntiMonopoly Rodgers Buord: _|.. Henry 1
several months. For the few
Crawford Walter
shooting and instantly killing James Drug Store m Gordon, John ,
IF :: days Mrs. Trautham had been very W. E. Allen
Ellison, A. R. ,
Brand the blacksmith and whtel- Mr. Henry Dutton, jr., of Gainesville
; Z want to write a nice letter do it if have
i If you you can you ::: sick and it was known that the end
nice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and =3 I right of that neighborhood. is at the Ocala Hou"e. and A. P. Baskin.

paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles. Z2 was not tar otl. J Tne following are the facts that led

Mrs. Trautham was horn at States-i 1 1EVERYBODY

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | boro, Ga., forty eight years ago and .I. up to the killing.A 1I
few weeks ago Mr. Marlowe, who 1 I I
came to Ocala over twenty years ago.
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carries the mail back and forth :n a
She: was married to Mr. W. P. Tran-
wagon and who also carries passengers -
tham shortly after corning here and KNOWS
I" to and from Ocala, had as a pasbenger .
9F he preceded her to that borne from t
a colored woman, named
which no traveller returns two yearsago i
.r Carrie Melton. On the way back to i6C Ij i it
.. -.. next mouth. She leaves three
4 <
.t:: Conner the woman had her
;. ::: sisters, one ia Bullock county, Georgia :
purse in her lap. Before proceedingvery t
0R a one in Savannah and Mrs. P. B. I =
far, the reached back to the rear How all line of business and <
Dukes, of this city. She also leaves! I
LUlimmmmmmmmmIlUlimmlllm.lllmmmmmlll 1 of the vehicle for her wrap and when real estate have
two neice, Miss Eunice Trantham prices on grown. I
she went to it her knees
spread over e
and Mrs. W. R Meis-more, !both of a AVe planted here the seeds of a
.-- missed her pocket book. She: and
i -p.--'J.Y"-I" P.'t=. "" n., "" = Ocala and a number of other relatives -, T bank before this growth began T tl
Mr. Marlowe searched the wagon
I and a host of friends to mourn } and have well attended them.
and not it
thoroughly finding they
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE her death. I
Their roots in the foundation
i returned to the starting point lookingfor are now -
i Mr. Trautham was an excellent
it all along the way but failed to of every prosperous firm in
Christian woman and was universally -
LANDS. fj I find it. the city.flUNROE. "

;I popular. Among other things it contained a

I: DEATH OF MK. BURNETT. 5500 bill.

/ If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or ]I Mr. David Burnett, a well Known A few days ago placards appearedon

carpenter and contractor, was taken a tree and other places around & CHAMBLISS
f' lease on royalty communicate with him. I. ,
suddenly ill with conjention Monday Conner containing the follow- BANKERS.

night about eleven o'clock. A physician ing: I OCALA FLORIDA.

; I was summoned but he succumb The picture of a pistol pointing to a U
Office next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla. I ed to death in a few hours, passing heart. In the heart were printed ,

r .1 these words "To A. D. Marlowe,
about three o'clock Tuesday : -
r,! "..,.,,_"'-, .... .'_ ._..n.L! away thirty
Return Carrie Melton her pocket
.1 I lUorniI!:.
l Mr. Burnett was born in ,Houth book !" t' U3UU O OS

'. Sir Thomas Lipton has bought a Mr. Clifton Camp has gone to Carolina and was forty three years Mr. Marlowe IIc.u"edlr.: Brand of :

troth! farm in Geonzia. Lynchburg. Va., to spend several old. He has resided in Ocala twenty posting the placards. Mr. Brand
weeks with friends. year and is survived by a wife and denied doing so and a quarrel follow ; : .. : :
Mr. W. II. D Loug, represented I five children to whom this ex ed, which resulted in Mr. Bran 'Ii' : ,. : Nickel plated.

; Cnder! in 0 'a a Tues lay. Miss Chita Kendrick, Mrs. Frances \ tends condolence. paper death. '''' ... Patent frames 1f

Howse, Mrs.J. C. B. Koonce and son
Mrs George L. Taylor has returned Tue funeral of Mr. Burneltoccurr- Immediately after the shooting Mr. Plain nets and
visited relatives at Anthony Monday.[
from a visit to Dad City and Taiupa. ed atI o'clock Tuesday afternoon: Marlowe came to Ocala and surrendered ; with lace.Bobinet .

Mr. F. E Reeve, a prominent:: cattle from his ]late residence Kev. J. A. himself to the sheriff. He will [ nets.
' :Mrs of Homosassa, was ,
Lowry, iteiiler of Umatilla, was registeredat Heudry, pastor. of the Methodist make m statement until he advises 1 Plain and lace

iLoppiug in Ocala Wedneiday.Mr. the lautezl1l11a Tuesday.Mrs. I II church, of which the deceased was a with his attorney.

Clifford Ayer left Wednesday I I member, conducting the funeral the After seeing his attorney Mr. R. B. trimmed.
of this
Mali Hougblou, city
for AU utl1. He will tie: absent all the remains being interred in the oldcemetery. Bullock, Mr. Marlowe stated: that the = i
U vifitiug her mother-in-law Mrs. E. OCALA FURNITURE CO
,'inter.feliI'. killing was unavoidable. That when -
M. Haughtou en Church street, Jacksonville. -= v- _
) .1t S. and Edd Hall returned I --- he accused Brand of posting the E, C, SMITH, Prop
Mr. Edwin Brahslon, of Brunswick -
he became much exasperated
placard very
Wednesday from a business trip to -
J. L. Young, Plant City; T. K. Ga., is in Ocala aul is a guest of the and infuriated and advanced !
Tampa.Mr. .
Slaughter, Levou; J. J. McLeod, Ocala House. He paid this office very i
I towards him and a struggle ensued Have you seen our"BABY

Billups, a leading citizen oft Luwtey; F. E. Reeves, Umatilla, pleasant visit Wednes-tay. He is a and in the struggle Brand was

Summerfield, was among Ocala's were registered!, at the Moutezuma. member of one of the largest and killed. OSTRICHES
;. tailors Tuesday.Mr. most influential real-estate firms in
A little straugerarrived in Lt-esburg Picnic at Silver Springs 3
and is branch
Georgia establishing
A. E. Boardman of New York, several days ago and will make her A number of Ocala friends of 1 tA'
office in Jacksonville, Ocala and
president of the Ocala Water Works! permanent ho-ue with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Emma Tucker and Miss Godby
other points in Florida. He says the A'Iii ..J II
ii at the Ocala House.
Trusteu Polk DraKe. entertained them Tuesday with an ,
-- south is on the eve of an industrial ;: :; ri"4'

The lost canany! bird advertised in Mrs. D. M. .Smith, wUu has been revolution and, like the stone the outing on the beautiful blue waters of \' Il' IO; '- ". 1 r j'":: 1,or-,,'.+.. ;I'1 rj L itr
fatuous Silver The ; :;1'-
Spricgs. party
this morning was:
! paper Wednesday quite ill for the pvt two weeks, was builders rejected, is destined to '1''i. li;' I.':' \ : "
found the was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. W. r.'. .;,:;;: ;' }. ,\:.\ ., 'I ,if.")j ( .' -
same day. able to be up Tuesday much to the I become the chief stone of the corner. '.. t ..f: '1 ,If!, J \\ I.. .
Mr. Duebel went to Cincinnati H. Clark and Mrs. J. P. Hilhurn. 9t ;. i .1th;* : .
:: Henry gratification of her many friends. Ever since General Bullock ? f
was ] .
' who the : .: 4 .: :'
those enjoyed "
Among 1 lt4\ ; -'
Obio on business Wednesday b r .. iii' : .
t t1 1 I '
.Qf ,
mentioned as a possible candidate for _...... ._' i- .w. or
)Ir. Reese! Hunnicutt, of this city, outing were Rev. and Mrs. J. A.lIt'nd ... ".
I He will be absent several weeks. \
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was married to a Miss Johnson in Atlanta office we have propounded the question bMr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour, ... 'i ,'&j: r. fi. ;r p'tJJb' ::-,:: ,

J I. Messrs. D. E. McIver and A. A.I. Wednesday night at i:30 p.m. at as to what age i is a man old and Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mr. and .' -..-."' :.--:;: ,\' ':; .'...r_. ",., ;1t".JL..U' 'U\'f'; f';: .'''.'..'' :;j.:>-.'":1- .

Mcfcranie went up to Martin Wednes:! Mrs. I now comes the information that a Mr.and Mrs. W. -. ""- p .-."" -- !
the home of the bride. air. and lrs. G. W. Martin, ..; --

day to look at some horses with a : Hunnicut will arrive in Ocala: Mon hod carrier in Ohio, Jerry Bosarth of W. Clyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 0. 1

view of purchasing same. Kenner's Brooks, at the age of 101
P. R. Lester
Mr. and Mrs.
Reagan, ,
day. They are very interesting, as also our fine stock of j
No danger of consumption if you Orange growers are interviewing has just married his sixth wife a Mrs. II. G. Blake, Mrs. J. G. Spurlin,
Ostrich Feather Goods.
i use FoleY'1l Honey and Tar to cure our millmen about box heads and blushing bride of 99 summers. The Crosby, Mr. Barnes and family, of

that stubborn cough. Postoffice DrugStore decorations Our catalogue is "yours for the asking."
wedding were (probably)
Mr. Kid R.
- hoops, and our merchants about nails Anthony, Mr. E. C. Smith,

'.; In .the death of William Fisher ni and wrapping papper, and our veneer century plants. Whaley and Albert A. Graham.Mr. TIfE FLOIpfl OSTRICH FORM, Inc j -

mills about sidings are reminders of Does Ocala want that annual state Seymour and a few others went fl
: Peosacola loses a substantial and JacHsonville, Florida.OPENING .
, other days. fair? It would be a prize worthy the out early in the forenoon and caught 1 {
J' magnificent citizen. He w&s a man
ambition of any city in the state, but I a number of fish which .Rev. Heudry -4
in the fullness of its meaning. Capt. R D. Harrison, of Leesburg, __ _.-
what is worth having is worth the and Mr. Martin cooked for dinner.
I. was ia Ocala yesterday and says that I 4IMILLINERY
i' Mr. Harry Izlar went to Gainesville winning. Let Ocala make permanent Dinner was served on the wharf
around Leesburg and
the prospects
_ Saturday to act as court steuoprapher quarters for the fair and she will and, without a doubt it was the best:
. its lakes are extremely bright. Orange
during the fall term of court, which is have the first call-possession is nine that was ever partaken of in and
are coming back into bearing
BOW convening in that city. groves points under the, law. And our state around Marion county.In J
and confidence everywhere prevails.Mr.
fair should have permanent quarterswe the afternoon the party enjoyeda .1
lira.James Williams and baby, of
L. 8. o, Crystal River, have always said so.-Times. most delightful boat ride. w
Crystal River, passed through
was in Ocala yesterday and says he is Union. The party returned to the city dur- .1
:t Saturday afternoon on their way tot
t now shipping oysters to four or more Mr. Baxter Lanier, superintendentof ing the afternoon feeling very much
Brooksville relatives.
to visit 1
.l" states and is doing a big business. registration from Lake county and refreshed by the days outing. : .

i. E. K. Nelson & Company will hold Says be wouldn't look at a seine if he one of its most prominent and best I Mrs. Lucie F. B. Eaton

theft millinery opening next Tuesday saw one stretched across the gulf. posted politicians, was in Ocala Tues Accepted His Hospitality.

} and cordially invite the ladies of Sheriff Nugent, of Marion county,
day. Mr. Lanier has kept on file most t
her of Fine
L. Denham formerly with announces Millinery Display
)[r. W. ,
Ocala their goods. and
l to call inspect of the newspapers of Florida for the was here Wednesday; morning re-

r' the Sun Printing Company, of Gainesville turning home he induced one of the Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children, in- t
'euand what he knows
Editor showing a great past twenty )
r: Sherwood is with the Record Publishing -

I deal of enterprise in giving Live Oak but Company now of Jacksonville, is about the records of various public PanassotTkee merchants Mr. Brown, cluding a number of French Patterns, on r
Ocala and
him back to
": newsy! little daily. We hope the visiting this section. Mr. Denham is men is a plenty.Mr. stop to accompany with him awhile. Mr. Brown, Thursday, Friday and Saturday I

:. :.nUrprUe will bring him both welth of the most successful solicitorson Christopher Driggers, of Crystal
, .'and'fame. one the road. River, was up before CommissionerD. we understand, is charged with sell- Oct. 15 (16 and 17. j jay.

ing whiskey without license in jT
S. Williams for violating section
Miss Minna Miller, daughter of Mr. 315 Acres of Fine Land For Sale. \Iarion.-:5umter!: County Times.
3242 of the U. S. revised statutes
: C.Y. Miller, of Leroy, passed through Well timbered, well located. Titles
and under bond
Monday was placed
Ocala Wednesday on her way to perfect. Write to J. E. Waters, \\'AiTED-White girl to do house work; no
for his at the next term of washing; permanent position and good
i Oail1l'8ville to attend the East FlorIda Ocala, Flavor J. A. Waters, Croom, appearance home to right party Will pay $6 to $S per
Fla. 1093m he U. S. court at Ocala. month. Address."?." care Banner. lC>b-6t -.
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JointsIn THE CONNER TRAGEDY. two reports following quickly upon I HA8TIN. I nrnrnrnrnrnlnnUnrnrnrnnUnrnrn111"t1"1"m f "' ''' :

upon each other (fit was a self-txctting '. !

the fingers; toes, arm?; and other hamrnerlfsa revolver. A beautiful borne wedding took
of the body, are joint that are E. K. NELSON & i 1
parta COMMITTED TO JAIL WITHOUT Reuben Laos:, the third witness, i place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. CO.
infiamed and swollen by rheumatismthat i
BAIL. testified that when he was going for F.1.. Townsend Sunday:! evening.The :: -- ....
acid condition of the blood which r
afect.8'the muscles also. his mail Sunday afternoon he met contracting parties were their :: .

m Sofema dread to move, especially Testimony of Witnesses-Attorneys Marlowe who said that he had chang daughter, Miss Allie Power and W. g Fall Millinery Announcement'' | '

after sitting or lying long and their Uke Eleqaeat Speeches-Largo ed his miod about who had posted E. Zimmerman. The home was
condition ia commocly worse in wets = We wish to announce to our many patrons a* wvi i ias 3
Number Attend the Trial- the notice, and that he had the scoun- elegantly) arranged for the Urge = to the in that line of
'weather. public general our :ZJ: ;i
dr I and would with I number of invited guest and nature -- .
"It bas been a lon? time since we tare feeling is Very Strong. spotted get even 3
bn without Hood' Saraparffia. Mj him. I added its blessing by furnishing aperftct -= FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY ... r
trial of A. D. %
Utter thinks be cook not do without it. preliminary
He bas been troubled with rbeam&tiazn Marlowe for the killing of James A. 0. F. Cordrey, fourth witness!, testified I day for tbe important event. =\: For 1903-04 5
duce be was a boy. as>l Hood's arsaDa- -
rilla is the only medicine he can take that Brand, tooK place before Judge Robt. that he saw! Mirlowtj I take the !!I Friends laden with appropriate ::= will be here in a few days. It will be comp..M.f -2 :
wm enable him to take bis place in tte notice down from the tree. 3Iarlowe I j presents, expressive of their good will selections from the '
Celd." Miss ADA Dory Sidney Iowa. Bullock in this city Wednesday = most popular millinery h..tier; .in 3' f

Hood's morning and attracted more than said he thought; he could identify the | and the high esteem in which the :I: the country--everything new and uptolat. \\ *. ....
writing and could put his finger on II 4 I young couple were held, come from i are determined to give the ladies of Ocala and! s-.r.
and Pills ordinary. interest. I := rounding territory the verjlatest creations a
in tr.
different of the and
the scoundrel
in less than half an : parts county
Remove the cause of rheumatism-EO Among others the following citizens :=: millinery art this season, and to show them how a rii awe :
outward: application! can.: Take them. resident in the neighborhoodIn bou I I state to witness the happy union. := have succeeded we want them all to call in a fV-w 2

Here the state rested iu ca e. I Long before the appointed hour the I days and examine our stock. Catch for the "
which the killing] occurred, were 'Wnlr.t
OCALA OCCURRENCES. The defendant made a statement! in I hoagie: was fill J. The merriest mood :::: date later. 3
present at the tria', viz: Patrick Rsn- -
his own behalf. He stated about the i prevaded the amenably, and aa is usualat -- ----------.--- ---- --- -4.4
dill! L. )I. GrahamV.. P. Moorman[ -
C. w. Joseph of cab! .
proprietor such one found
notice being posted.: That be first gatherings every
of the Montezuma: Hotel, was among J. ti. Blodgett, Brinson irugs, J. D. E. K. NELSON & CO. 1
discus till
thought Gibson, footman and We!- something to con tantJ11y
the Griggs, Oscar Williams, Lemuel Wilson !-
at the Brown House r
terday.-Gainesville Sun. yes Reuoen Long, Isaac Perkins, F. horner did it but afterwards changedhis the sweet strains of Mendelsohn's -_ v........... .!. '.. -".'.'.'."".7'. . ....-...... nri.TIMBER :::::
mind and felt certain that Brand wedding march pealed forth and then .-...
Z. Wrlhorner, Henry Mason, Dillon -
did it, but never charged him directly there was a bosh and all wa expectancy
C. A. Marsh arrived Friday
Graham, R. D. McDonald, Thomas : jUiUn lUHHUlUn /lnlUH lUn ..U lUlU lUnUU U1UllU W wR
afternoon from North Carolina to with doinz it. Said he was going to as the lovely bride emergedfrom
:dims, 0 F. Cordrey, Funk Smith,
visit her son, Mr. A. H. Marsh, who H. Henneman R. the store to get his!: wail and carried a I a room and joined by her lover
James Hinton, A. ,
with his family are now pleasantly W. Wingaf, X. A. Fort. Luther Me- pistol as was his custom. Had no j gracefully marched down the corridor .............e.........."

domiciled at the Woodro... hous idea of seeing Braul in the store. t to the R sistrunk.!! The antes of .. ..
Lean and William
Said; when he asked Brand if be did I the wediin? march played by Miss!!
: Mr. J. E. Waters, of Hernando, The shooting it will be remembered
it he at the same time said! that the Knot/lock blended into the soft notes I LANDS I IWe
county, was in to te u* Friday occurred early :Monday morning in
of "Hearts and Flowers :
man who did do it was a coward and I and the
and he taja the Camps and bnlrgen- the store of Mr. Patrick Randall at .
a scoundrel, u.-in,; other adjectives. minister began to read the impressive e .
back are tearing up the whole face of th little village of Connor: on the
He drew his pistol froai his pocket.1 ceremony that united the couple "till .
the county in that s-vtiou of the uni- Ocklawab river.
not 'with the expectation of killing death." I Are In the Market
ver eaad are ohippini ph'pbate to Perhaps it will be well for U3 to say him but to prevent brood II After the ceremony was performeda :

beat the band. that the matter which led up to tbe on him. That Brand be bountiful and most delicious wedding : To Purchase .,.

Mrs. J. R. William aad son, of IhootingUS the loss of a pocketbook CII.avtry: much infuriated, advanced supper was served. Then the :

-.. ALchua, pa-aed through the city .. by a colored woman, who was toward him and eventually grasped newly weded couple left on a bridal : Timber Lands

I i yesterday en route to Ocala, hue some weeks ago a pi.!engfer in Mr.Marlow's him and in tbe struggle that I j 'trip to Washington, Xe v York and ,

I they will spend a few diY with Mr. I mail wagon. On ihereiurntrip ensued, Brand trying to take I iagaria Falls.Miss A

'. Willunia, who i* in the Brick City : home this wcunn, bavin ; gone the pistol from him and he trying to Allie Power i3 the daughter of Grazing Lands f

, ,' on tminGainesville rfun.Mw only a few blocks from the postofficemissed prevent him from so doing, the pistol M r. and Mrs. F. )[. Townsend, sacceseful 9

I''i, her pocket book, which t-he went off and Brand was killed. and prominent people of this :
i. lcI.tor adi] Mu-Kiy: are adVer claimed bbe bad when she entered Orange Groves 2
\Marlowe is about fifty five years! section. She has! always had many
.s ;
ng through the TUIJe -Cnl n the vehicle. Besides other i 1
money admirers because of
and is a rather frail nun. He bus her excellent
I : for twenty carpcnteia. This is an the purse contained a S50Q bill which a large family. social qualities.Mr. .

index to the activity prevailng in i she got from the bank in this city
Mr. Brand was a younger man and W. E. Zimmerman i.* a young : WE HANDLE FLORIDA PROPERTIES. WE
this diction. It sounds like borne- that HANDLE :
day. is said to have bern much stouter. 'man of great promise. His strict

i thing is doing. The loss of her pocket book caused He bad a.ire and two daughter!: 'attention to business has won for him DIRECT FROM THE OWNERS. .

Mr. Handfurd Jewett arrived home a good deal of talk in the little com* The people of that neighborhood say the love and coodience of ail sit .

'' yesterday from Giiuesville. He has munity and eventually led up to Ihe he was a good citizen and an excellent whom he has dealt. His services are .

accepted a position: at the Postoffice posting ou a tree on the bide of a workman and was very greatly: es greatly valued by the A. C. L. His :
ji ; Drug Store. )Ir. Jewett had the I I public road the following placard: teemed. His funeralwas the largestever promotion is; assured as he is ia every ,

ii misfnriuue to have his arm quite II I NJTICE. known on that side of tbe river way able to take care of any office on

t badly burned at the fire in IainesI Mr Mario we want you to give. and one of his neighbors told us that the line. $ Brunswick Georgia. Jacksonville, Flo :
)list j Fleming back Her money. You S.
= vilie Wednesday nilllt.sir. no you got it and all we ask! of he saw more mew in tears than he
to give it Back to her and had shBern e had ever teen at any funeral before. BLITCHTON. ......................::

and Mrs a white oman and you A cullor-
Robert Love Carter
Dr. Blitch
and Mis
daughter, Leg ie
ed man the white crockery wouldhave AFTER OOS SES5IOX. J

t of K-idaville, N. C., are the parentsof don Beat: you to death Long A Luther McLean, a nephew of the returned home Saturday from Louise I The Arcadia Champion! and tte I I At the Ccl House.Auony .
a little son, who WAS. born go, the white folks all nose you got it
Monday so give it back to Her and we will say defendant, was second witness for the v The doctor is by uo means: well Tampa Herald! say that the Ocala tbo; rrgbwed at tit
ii night at the residence of Mr. ami t no more A bout it. if you dour we but Miss Legie i3 the of health. I I
, defense. He testified that he was picture Banner is only a ghost of its former Ocala. House TueUy are rue ,tott wing .
I Mrs. Frank: Mathews! in Jacksonville.Mrs. will meete some time and give you
what all rougery and you present in the store at the time of the There have been quite a number of self and all because of the article I : )Ire. E. M. Fret-man, Mi* ltitada 1

Carter, before her marriage, was stole her money and you no it. shooting. That upon Marlowe asking drummers visiting our town this about}!r. Stockton as a Monopolist.'! Freeman, AtlanU ; Mr. and fA
Miss Ethel Wright and is well knownin lmed-a\ dagger: pointing in the
direction of a heart. Brand if he posted the notice a quarrel week. that recently appeared in its columns.In Mark, New York; W. H. '\"oaq.
, Ocala where she has
I1 sever The first witness was Mr. Patrick] ensued in which the lie w& passed Mrs. V. J. Wikers, who has been that article the Georgerian theory" Louisville: M. W. Ross. Floriua4 j
al times. i
Randall. He knew both Marlowe e and that Brand advanced towardMarlowe : visiting at Miami for sis weds, returned was 'plied-tha.t was all ib>*re was J. L. VVyche, R'-ekwiU. j'
The friends of Iilar) Littlf and Brand. Stated when and where and the two men clinched home Wednesday. too it. The Ocala Banner has r-et-n -

f f S will greatly regret to learn that she the shooting occurred. SAW the deadbody That Brand got his left arm around Prof. J. N. Overhultz was in Ocala writing precisely along tbe came lines Pocket Book Lost ,
is seriously sick at I'ell-Clark Hall I Between FhHBiaztoa and Ocala u' '
Marlowe's Saturday. for WOlf than twenty aud can
and told where the pUtol t-all neck and began poundiuz years: I

the Episcopal school for young ladies I, entered the body. He said that him in the face with his right baud )[r. W. B. Lawton, a: thriving merchant reproduce articles where identicallythe alligator leather pocket took ew
I at Orlando. Her father Hector taming currency and a e&l'l111'1da tie
Henry when Marlowe! came into the store and at intervals struggling: ; to get the near Blitcbton. is seriously sam- principles were applied.! :

W. Little, went down yesterday: to be for the mail that there were several pistol from Marlowe's baud and do r- sick. The papers that now find fault withit name and uddrtta of owner. Fia&C

with his daughter. We hope for her parties in the building, among the iug the fctru2ge! the pistol fired olid :Mrs. Sh&cker and Miss 6hakerof] theu praied it for printing' and rice will t-e rewarded. Return to this i4 j'

speedy or Moati-mm* hotel! d It*
recovery.Mr.T.C. number being Mr. Brll.nd.Iarloe brand fell dead. Tampa, after visiting: a few days at aivifCatiug identicnliy the same I. .
White, of Tampa and asked Brand if he wrote that notice.Brand This ended the testimony for the this place, are now visiiiag in Ocala. tbe>ries. Baptist Bible CUss. !

I Mr. Jim W. Carr, of the tame city I replied that he did not. ::Mar defense. From there they will return home. If any of the readers of the Ocala The Bible class of the &**t j

i are in Ocala and paid this office a call lowe accused him of doing it. Again the state reopened the case and BEUEVIEW. Banner wart to subscribe for a California church will Wert at Mr*. S. A. SIeii 3

yesterday. The former gentleman is Brand denied it and said he thoughtsome placed James! Hinton ferryman ate paper we can cheerfully recommend ley's this evening at 7 :.ill Dr. ]

division passenger a ent of the At- negro had done it. Marlowe riharpe's Ferry, on the stand. Judge L. LeGrand Hopkins, of the Redlands Citrograph. Van Hood will preside. All l iow..1.1

lautie Coast. Line and the latter is the had a pistol in his hand but as hi C testified that in putting M'Uloweacros Danbury, Conn., with )Ir. and )Ire. It is one of the best! publications that Bible study are vurdully luv iwd.Nassae !.

tone and temper seemed the river he told him Stephen Hopkins and little girl, arrived "
r travelling passenger agent for the to h3.\"e.. after finds its way to our exchange table. I .

saiud nud. These gentlemen are quieted down, he left them and went ; relating the occurrence leading up to Monday afternoon The judged Its editor: Scipio Craig, is a compact In the "wet aDd Wet to

here ou busiue connected with the into the rear of the store, which is : the quarrel that be had shot after remaining a short time, will return mass of physical and intellectual en Nassau dry" elcu.
county the "wiru" puw4
l i roaJ. used as a poatot ice. Hearing a pistol the ball taking effect just bttow [L Cleft to Connecticut, leaving his son ergy. He is all right except in one very decide

t shot soon afterward Randall ruahed nipple. in charge of his many interests here. victory.
Dr. D. A. Smith was a pleasant particular-for so polished, genial and

visitor to Ocala yesterday and bays hack, saw Brand stagger: and fall and This euded the testimony. Dr. Alfred Abehire has turned the jolly an Irish gentleman: bis!!! politics far ..

that :Marlowe: leave the building, the Messrs.: Zwad3ki; and Allred represented business of the postuttke over to then I want to exchange mf
Anthony is the center of business seem an awkward and complete misfit A (NUI)( y'
smoking revolver in his hand. the state and Mr. Burford t new postmistress, Mrs. Bessie Lucius. mule
activity at the present time and I But as his paper is so excellent ra good young how 0**.

farming lands are in demand. Speaking Henry Mason was the next witn :!>!,'. the absence of Mr. R. R Bullock, represented Mr. Peter Jones is again able to le in other respects that can be over Close, Ocala, FU. 1"! Itf der II

of Miss Tucker's; meetings there He was in tbe building, saw )Iarlo we the defense, all three attorneys I at his business for a short time each looked. ----- r

he says the interests manifested in when he came in and repeated the making very able, very logical, : day.
The :Florida East Coast R toil I
!t them and the substantial fruits re- conversation Marlowe had with very cogent and very eloquent presentations I !Simeon McClendou reports that y The
has issued a new folder of
Brand. It was in substance of the from : while away at work l last Thursday, map the
:II Bulling from them are phenomenal.The as flows ol case: their re s-

hearts of many callous siuierswere : That Marlowe had visitedBrand's pective stand points. The entire day : someone entered his house and stole peninsula o( Florida, which is very
complete, and is published in a convenient Tampa
reached and the good woman house the ;afternoon before was consumed in the testimony and a bed and five quilts. JOSH.

left a sweet spirituality behind her. and told him he thought the arguments of the lawyers andit I form. The new map shows
Wedding at Martin. the route of the Florida East Coast Business '
There were Allen Gibson, old Moorman and was not until after the lamps were College.
forty acctfesiont
i to tbe
Sunday morning at the home of Railway and the extension from
Methodist church and five to Welhorner had posted the notice lighted that the case reached the
the the bride's parent, Mr. and Mrs. F. Miami to Cape SaMe. The extension
Baptist church. but had since changed his mind and court for its decision.
M. Townsend, at Martin, Miss AliceP. seventy eight miles. The also
I, he now believed Brand bad done it. The court briefly summed up the map
ilrs.. L. T. Townsend and )Ir. Warren E. shows tbe adjacent islands touched
Tompkins desires to The man who did do it he denounced facts and the law relating to the case by OLDEST LARGEST
to the Zimmerman were united in marriage the Peninsular and Occidental -
announce Steam-
public, ladies and in very sulfurious language. Brand and said! that it would be its regretful
the trade in and came immediately to Ocala, chip Company.The I
general, winter was near the center of the store and duty to hold the prisoner without BEST i i
leaving on the afternoon train for -
millinery will be
days arranged in on her exhibition the during the quarrel passed Marloweand bill until the meeting of the grand North Carolina, where they will White Springs Herald is of the if f

special annouuoruient got near the front door where jury. spend several weeks. Both these opinion that if it were law in this !
which will 1-
surpass anyprevious : Marlowe was standing. The witness 08 You Know What You ere Takin g. state that a man had to take in cash
young people are well known and
etfort, and that is a great was back of Marlowe and saw him When you take Grove'a Taetele&a for his property the value he placedon
deal to say, for Mrs. Tompkins' Les popular throughout the county and Applications constantly 03
sty make a lunge as if to strike Brand, Chill Tonic because the formula is it for purposes of taxation, or
we extend to them best wbhejfor pay file
are the exquisite: production our ror graduates to f"
at the
same time raising his right plainly printed on every bottle showing and life. double taxes the very first year under
it- modern a happy good
progress and established positions.
in the favor and securely hand in which he held the pistol.He that it is simply iron and quininein The bride attended the Ocala High the operation of such a law the taxa Address i
esteem of the
caught )Marlowe's tt band with a tasteless form. No cure nopaytOc. ble property of Florida would showup :
ladies who desire the bast and School several years ago and bai
appreciate his left hand and tried to grab the t to i.WOOOOOO.-Yetropoli3. (
friends here.
the styles that lead the fashionable many
pistol with his
right baud but iI
world. failed L -e county coutiuues iu the "wet" Mr. Zimmerman is railroad am d Vital, the popular drink. L M. HilTCN
i0126t and at that moment it fired. Thef oolunu. At the I I I
,::r i. express: agent *t Martin. ;i i Post Office Drug Store. [ TaD1t, r.a.

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r The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People." F

X-YII, NO. 18
,.-. YEAH.; .

Mrs. fUwls, of J-icksouville, who I A Pleasant Whist Party.
h"iI been
SOLD REIMBILUiin2 the guest nf her ton and { Fri lay aft-ruooa Miss Esther S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,

daughter, Mr. and Mrs S. A. IU*]*. I Weathers gave a pleasant informal He Makes His Opening Campaign

M1a for several monthh s returned I J card party to a number her friends.
home. Speech in Ocala S. Ae STANDLEY & CO.
Miss! Mary Little, who left Saturday
Hon. James E. Broome, candidatefor
I For plenum for Orlando, was the guest of honor
phy-ic tike Chnmberlaii.V secretary of state, made his opening
Momurh on this: occasion. Bring the first card
aud Liver Tablets. campaign address in Ocala from Livery Feed and Sale Stables
Eaaytn take, pleasant, in eJlwt. For party the young; people have had the ,
band stand
Saturday aftrnoou.
sale by all druggists and medicioen since spring it was for that reason
draIPrs. It was fitting that he should have
particularly enjoyed. There were
niade his opening speech here for in We the most
carry completeline
Mr. and Mrs M. Haurilt...iitau are four tables of progressivehist and I 4
this his
county boyhood and early -
lack from New lurk;; mid mi) .r eastern i after playing a few rounds of this of Harness, Saddles, etc. ;.
wag spent.

i intrkeia, Where they havebeeupurchasing I I I interesting game, ,refreshments were I Mr. Broome was introduce by the in central Florida, and will gh"eour

goods fur the Boston'''served.
I editor of this paper and he referred to patrons the very lowest ,
Store. Miss: Reardon succeeded in winningthe
the above fact He also stated that

Mr. J. J. U rig will leave the Utter prize, a very pretty fancy silk the distinguished gentleman had prices."ore' are thoroughly

part nf the week for a business visit collar To Miss Little, the booby been a slate! senator from Gadsden equipped for fitting out turpentine t'

f Absolutely to New York City. While absent he prize, a dainty white tulle neck !
for twelve and
I II I county consecutive yearsand I lumber teams, gear, '
"chou" was awarded.
IsIt'O5Uf S7! willl'urchlbt'liutifulline of goods is not in the senate today for the I,

for the coming: holiday fi son.Miss ;Miss! Weathers was. pleasantly ansisted reason that he preemptorially declined wagons, etc.

by her cousin, Mi s Hattie
r-- Gertie, daughter of :Mr. and to be elected for a fourth term. We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summer
BASKS. L1 Silts Dye, and her guests were the follow
',* MM. K. M. Brown, of hiker; Springs, Mr. Lroouie referred to his early
lug: Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs. Pearl Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm'Wagons.
- has! gone to Gainesville where she is residence iu this county and gave a

'''[KINGS ABOUT TOWN. now a student in the East Florida Mason, Mrs. S. T. Sistruuk Mrs. brief and interesting biographical North Side Court lion*?. Ocula. 1'lu

George Pasteur, Mr... F. Jj.Vat!ou,
Seminary.A ketch, of himself but did it in ainodfdt
Miss. Mary Little, Mi.vMary Reardon, -
Ikr. Will H..ktr "Iut Saturday at and becoming manner. He
large bowl made entirely of candy 1 Miss Emily btotecbury Miss: Emily 1 I spoke of im enlistment as a prvate .vvvwvvvvvvvvvwvvvvw..v..vvv.v..vv.vw..v...........'

l vXerw. Ua'.trttctiug. q :.
soldier at the age of sixteen and his YEA n: C
( n. 13. Kill .u'I--Kid Hall, iu Mr. C. E. Tajlor'a show Louise Gaunby, Mi8 Sara Harris, four
year's service in the army of I

, 1t1T6111rTu..y.' window. It was made by Bt'I1'ingt.-r Miss Violet Harris, Miss Edith Platt, Virginia and paid: a very glowing : HANNEBROS :

& (!n'x", Savannah:; eoufectiouere. Miss: Lena Bullock and IilJIaxie: : e
I II.Job'. A HUhup, of Clearwater, Bullock. and fervid tribute to the southern : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE. ;

Mrs. MrKevkeu: of Jacksonville, chief ain, Robert/ E. Lee. C
1246 to
.y h Owl $unday.g 1258 W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla. t
_- who has teen visiting Mrs. C. E. Daughters of the Confederacy are Mr. Broome told of the reconstruction ) e
S .
kttT.) H Jouun went down to Taylor, left for her home Monday ill. Entertained.Mrs. era and his humble efforts in rescuing C Hunting Club 4 $2.65 Full Qt3. IJ true Fall ou. a C

Wrisad Tu *Uy to vi-it hU urauge the Ueklauaha river route. Mrs W. J. Chambers! was tht the state from the control of : Monogram Nelson County Maryland 3 290 M 1iO a- /e

, Taylor aocompamed her to Pal itka. hostess at the regular monthly m>et- the carpet baggers. : y Social Haunt's Drops"#" 400 375 Il.oo 9-50 C

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Xt Glff-ftl> Ayer left Wrdutwlay There were two small' fires Sundayshortly ing of the Dickison chapter DJ.ught-1 He said that he had engaged in EXPRESS PREPAID caa't tell wfc.( we >.

after twelve o'clock. One at t ers of the Confederacy Friday afc"rI I every campaign: since then and his t until you try
Adult, brrr I he IM* accented
: Our reference, 15 years suc'e3Sful business. .
i noon. services since that time had been free- t
ftftM. the residence of Mr. Ualloway's in rY li tAeeeea eF*'..+vKUeeeee a.........
Quite a uumber of the memberswere ly given to the call of hn and ht
Xf.O.M Mubt'tril relumed Tues the third ward and one in the fourthward. party -
present and the afternoon was read some flittering letter from --
Very little done. very
fc} flow. ashen bu*luri* visit to damage was

it'" \rwlilht.err. : Dr. S. H. Blitch and dauhttrIi"11! : delightfully spent. the: secretary of the democratic JUST RECEIVEDOUR

The regular business was conducted national committeeman in New York
Legie, returned Saturday from Louisville
r*. V Lt-.tfUIC'a.o.l returned and among other things a delegate to I City for the magnificent, manner iu
Ky., where they have been for a
!aUj train a bu.iu....-a visit toesavilf. the general convention, which meets I which he had helped the democratic FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston i
couple of weeks. Dr. Butch went for
.. in Charleston next month, was elect party in its contest in that imperialcity. lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United
the purpote: of attending the National States. Cabbage Onions Turnips Cucumbers EggPlant
-- ed. Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith was ,
Xo'1 T B. llryin and baby have Medical convention. Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm
:.1' --------- cho u as: the delegate.Mrs. Mr. Broome referred to the fact that and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
psstUawthoru.!' tl) visit relative Mrs M. M. Little and children, who
Carney and Mrs. Harris assisted Hons. Wilkinson Call, Samuel Pasco, sure to see or write us before you buy your Early f
'f ubun Uau". IJiLt'el1 spending the pint. few Corn for
--- Mrs. Coambfrs when businesswas \V. P. Bloxham, Robert Bullock, J. J. spring.
uouths with relatives iu Missouri
>fe.JL. P. Ills, prominent mill I completed, berbt'rt and cake was Finley, with whom he had canvassedthe
returned home Saturday afternoon. I
iattulbaaat. WM atuougtrfi (kul.'. served. state, had all been rewarded with
They spent a most delightful sumincr. The Ocala Seed Store-
iderday viaitbrs.faa The next im-etiug will be the first"Friday ., high offices and he thought it was

in November and will beat not unbecoming in him or that he

M I.q Lhtl. tJ.t .yto Mr. W. W. Mriplintr, apromintnt the home of Mrs. !Huiilh. was asking too much of the demo.

KB her Mu>ti *at 1V11 Clark Hall, who makes his head- i
traveling man I eratic party to be /given the office to
*cupl s..ta.,1| at Orlando.4ttit has been joiuedby Do Good-It Pays.A THE CLUB HOUSE.
-- ijuartt-rsiuinisciiy Chicago man has observed that which he aspires: as the Good Book

Hury Ciiue, of AulunuUle, U his wife and little girl and they are good deeds are better than real estate lays down the motto that "the servant -

*&>(tan parrou, )Ir. and Mr*. HlYao stopping at the De\Veeso house on deeds f-ome of the latter are worth is worthy of his hire." i
less. Act kindly and gently, show I I
|* la thus city.1.h3' OckUwaha avenue._ sympathy andlend a helping band. Mr. Broome is a most pleading and Cuisine First Class !totes Reasoi able.
Mr. and Mrs. Leje hive recently aud he had the
I|I megnetic speaker!:
You cannot possible lose by it. Most
Honey mid Trcum cough their home,
Ocala to make
come t*) crowd nil with him.
kind word and
m!u appreciate a pn.cour"gl'nlt'ut -
-1IIIdt'*Ul uUUtute awl |>rwtiiU I'lMtotlU-e pneumonia.Drug They are reading at the DeWee&ehouvsou more than substantial Beware cf CiK2er.s lor Catarrh 'That Refurgis1ed} Tlroug1)out.] ) Special Rates by MCJnth.lrRS. .

OekUwaha avenue. JrxLeje help. There areipersonsin this torn-
m :Centals: Mernrj, 3
and makesheadquarters munity who might truthfully :
is a traveling man gays will the
as mercury surely destroy
titaad Mm J. D. Itutlt'rtluu w'eutXkltory
"My good frieud, cheer up. A few
hit in this city. sense: of smell and completely derange
Moudiy for a short visit __ 1 doses of Chambealaiu's Cough Remedy the whole system when entering it TrIOS. J. BARNES
relaatlvre. The many Ocala trieuds of Dr. T. : will rid }ou of your cold, and there
through the mucous surfaces. such: PHOP'I
C.Thornphou will be pleased to learn' is no danger whatever from pnemouia
articles: should never be used excepton
1.. 1L C, ()ruvr returned home that, although he has been in Jack.I.onvllie when you use that medicine. It always prescriptions from reputable physicians --- --. -

aiijr cures. I know it for it has helped il'a5d 5a !!! Gi !P '_ lL
! tuorniuc from Washington. only a few weeks, he already as the damage they will do is g- J zL
me out a time. Sold by allDruggists
I err, it LM ken for the past week. i enjoys a spendid practice. We many ten fold to the good you can possibly ?
& Medici n Dealers. m
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh MEATm
b. J, .4urr and Mr : predict that he will make a reputation Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney i

t +aeb4llaunair anti daughter "'Intf iu the metropolis that his friends Marriage of Miss Wilson and Mr. Sc Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mer- To grow strong. Unless we get

f 6k P,Ur l burg etauday to visit i iIwruty will all feel proud of.News Dormany. cury, and is taken internally, acting ,. :.:.,... good meat we may:; well let m

..... reached this city Tuesdaythat Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson, of directly upon the blood and mucous i f \'. .f'\l-; ...\. it alone. There is no strength

_. --- of Plant City, have issued cards announcing surfaces of the system. In buyingHall's t ...' .' (. \.
f hot Mr.! J. A. Ammons, one fl. ::.:> _. in tough meat-instead of glv-
flu 'ouug People Catarrh Cure be sure :you get i
don from Jainesville's most prominent young the marriage of their the genuine. It is taken internally I -M1 ll'r:4-:. 'ing, it takes strength to digest -
Monday Authouypreadi ,
'satMIuTuekrr and Mlsa4iy attorneys, had dropped dead on the daughter, Miss Hattie Grace Wilsonto and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. } ::. it. It pays to be careful inbuying

streets, the: cause of his death being Mr. William Bloxham Dormany Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. I \ Ji ," meat-be sure to get

1111. aDd which occurred in Plant City Sunday, Sold by druggists, price Toe. per bot mi\ .
wife j
heart failure. He leaves a ).5./1;.. k':. ,- (." the best-tender and choice.Pay .
;; '. i.. ..
1 Flume Crook left WedIVUtka several children. Mr. Ammous had the eleventh of October. tle.Hall's .Jt"JJJ ::\"t".. \-'r" ....:..-- a little more if Deed be and j
Family Pills the best. .
E- !,, .>: ; r -t
:.4aJ fur home who will regret to Mr. and Mr:;-. Dormany are at hometo 7 '
to make ber many: friends here !' :fi" put some!hing in your stomach !
bat tMLrr and his wife, tarn of his sudden death. their friends after the 15th. Mr. and To Mrs.Move B.Oeala.Staten and '5' .;.7.-air':,.t-.t-t'!;.,_, .a"....\'\ ,f -. -' ...:- ,-.' which will put flesh on your :'
lived in ':: {
1 )( -- Mrs. Dormany formerly
Herbert Crook.Vernou. ) a! A4 blood
; ,"? bones and strong in your U
,- Lymau Aubott says that women Ocala and her friends here will be children, of Valdosta, Ga., have ar- m ,... _' 1i

I:. sad )1,., Clyutt and ought not to vote because the main interested to learn cf her marriage.She rived in Ocala and will make their I ARDbSrt'BROS.

ID. Oecwr went, to AreadinUruuuu function of government is protection is a half sister of Mrs. George L. home here. i ED"'fN 11 11i51

I to visit relatives of person, property and reputation, Taylor, of this city, who went downto Mr. Staten is in the turpentine a Stalls :3 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. 3 U l

Ion Um.. end that women are not qualified to Plant City Saturday to be presentat business near Homosasta but will 151 Ii a! >k i ii it

furnish this protection. Dr. Abbott reside in Oeala. :Mrs Charlie Rodgers, !
.:; the marriage.
.T, L ui-a daughter,
kI had not then read about Mrs. of Lexington, Ky., will accompany
input the guuiiner In Great Truth.It .
2t McDavid'a performances wheu at He a them to Ocala and will spend the a-

t nil other placer lu Georgia the hour of midnight unaided and is said of John Wesley that he winter with Mrs. Staten, who is her OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS --
L bop &tunlay.t once aid to Mistress Wesley: "\V by
alone she drove a bout, bad burglarfrom I sister.
do you tell that child the same thing

' ( :\.rlsou 4 Company' milliner I her home. -- over and over again"" ohs Wesley, They have rented Mr. E. T. Helves- OCALA, FLORIDA.
t Joee. Nlio b. been spending i Miss Ernestine-- Brumby, of Ocala, because once telling is not enough." ton' house on Lime street. Mrs.

****. trained It is for the same reason that you are Staten and Mrs.: Rodgers are sisters of : t
In returned to nUl'efrolll
f lUltluicre, I who was: graduated as a BOILERS 0 ENGINESPipe
that Chamber-
I and again
&i ( in Miss Ethic Sims of Valdosta, who is
lIrI111."II. hospital,
the Presbyterian !. lain's Cough Remedy cures colds and
well known in Ocala.A .
Atlanta, on July 31st, is now doing gripthat; it counteracts any tendencyof and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,

J. Nutlet and I Ilrs V.Ida private nursing in Atlanta.Iis heoe: diseases to result in pneu- Love Letter. Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belting

'ben turnrJ from New York Brumby has recently returned to that mouia and that it pleasant and Wouldn't interest you if you're look- Pulleys, Bolts, general line of t tJIILL.ANI

fjs'tht"l they |have 1-wu Coding city from a visit to relatives at Winder safe to take. For tale by all Druggist ing for a guaranteed Salve for Sores, : ) MINING SUPPLIES.

Wcmtha. &Medicine Dealers. m Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd of Ponder,
Ga. She; is receiving some very
-- :Mo. writes: "I suffered with an ugly
Mr. E. H. Buflum was in Ocala a
I P.JI&D1eauu.ut up to JadtllOn.r flattering notices and rccomendation sore for a year, but a box of Bucklen's
Monday HI family, who .. Her many Ocala friends will I few hours daturday.; He was on his Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best

. .C Itt Stw Turk .xp*! t to spend hear with pleasure of the success she way to his home at Tampa after a i, Salve on earth. 25c at Anti- Ionopo- KINDS OF MACHINE WORKT
profession. few week's visit in the north. \y Drug Store and Tydinga & Co. m
tar t. Jaek.ouvllle.s making In her chosen

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..........+*.*****.*..**.**...***.**.**...**********.*. been made for a state fair that have NO ORANGES LIKE FLORIOAS. I

I THE GREAT VALUE Of ST0TE f(MRS $ cou J. a KIU.EBREW : been disapproved by the great mass of Thp New York Press In the USE
built ret ently
voters Those states that have
in .
following article expressed the sentiment U2&aracamph
and I up enterprises are precisely
t Have Stimulated Industrial Development southern Farm Magazine "
which are advancing most rapidly in of the oeople of the North in
X Led to Improvement of Slock and Increase ,;I
regard: to the oranges that have been
+ + 1> all industrial pursuits: and are attracting -
t in Lands V,I ues."J j ji I: Inxtintly Of Money Refun&i _.
....... .i;| the largest amount of immigration put on the market in the past few :
f ....1......- ....I N111......&'.&.1N 1......N.1..NN1./ ': and capital to their border. The years since the crop here in Florid* CATARRH HAY FEVER \

Tb state of Texas is to be highly 1 I I were cropped iu succession until great states of New York, Illinois, has beeen sh'rt.V tt are glad to be ,

cotuineuded by the deep interest ,I they were well nigh exhausted. The i I i )Missouri Minnesota Nebraska, Iowa able to answer the question whether And aH Throat Inflammations. It Cook.

which it takes In its' state fair. For quarter of a century immediately Indiana and Massachusetts appropriate orange growing hay gotten to b., too It Soothes. It Cures.

the present year the fair will beginou following 1760 is memorable in the I large sums every year for heir( risky or not with a "no" and lobe dd city 1e.2*.,$)c. oft suo BottA AtaHi..-.4 Druz s'a't

September aud i will clue on hiitoryof English agriculture for the able to say that this year the North,
: state or fairs. North Carolina, "ORUGSTOJuT
,, October 11. It is said that this state many improvements made. To the the most progressive state in the will see a good many of those "old --

fair has already! run longer than any I genius of BUkewell is due the extraordinary II south, but with probably the most time" oranges again.!

institution iu the world, audIts improvement'iiade in do. The folio
bliuiUr wimr is the article referredto
I infertile soils, holds its annual fair at

popularity continues unabated.It mestic animals, and especially in the Ibleigh, anll the result is shown in from the S. Y. Press: HUBBARD & MAODUPFHEADQUARTERS

bus been factor in the character of sheep which proved the "Let call
a strong halt
us a on th*>orange
the rapid progress which it is making
r development of the state, and iw influence 'mndation stone of a new agricul- growers. Are they breeding and
in the building up of industrial e"tab-
for good has been manifested ture.: With sheep came turnips, and propagating for rind? Oranges now FOR
lishments. in the markets i
rinds three
io the growth abu industrial and with the depasturing of turnips came ')
eights of an inch thick. On the

agri.ultuull1oE.8. improvement of the soil. Longhorn A QUESTION ANSWERED.We fruit stands they are beautiful to loofeat AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
state fair cattle were succeeded by shorthorn
: This success of the Texas -big, fat, solid luscious. When

! suggests an Inquiry why so few states or Durham ('atllteriDo jou get ahem home aud start to eat
want to ask you, Brother Harris ssnrn. iixrif4r. (
r have these valuable institu sheep were introduced by George III, one you find inside n miserable little l
kept up of the Ocala Banner,one (question! ;[ fl a Rf
kernal of edible pulp. ti .. f 1i r
j tions. A state fair H a sign of pro- who, however, inefficient as a states. and we want you to answer straight, "Sot a t
always edible, either. Too It si
man an energetic and zealous i. e., want to tell the truth. : a A. If
It is an evidence of a worthy was we you us
gress. often white 1 -
juiceless and I nett ;
the farmer. The Bath and West! of Of course if we should ask you what l-itx 1 ..
j ambition that exists among penpie corky, tit only to feed to the bens or :a tw :tiro'I a
the population of Ocala is! or what j
to elevate the agricultural conditions England Society was established in for school boys to pelt each other with, r :.",1"h,,
the Banner's circulation is #
we (
ot the state. In the presentage 1777, the Highland Society in 1784, shouldn't expect the truth, so we will a hollow mockery that we keep on t't f : t2; ,

advertisements underlie all successful and the Nation Board of Agriculturein not ask about those things, but to buying and buying in a leering ,r ,,--r.. t -+==:.1.1' !!
hope like the lottery ticket fiends, J f : ,--:-:: : .: '
business pursuits, and expe 1793. These various societies by what we are now about to a-k you, .........
that this time we are going to 'draw.1 .. -, _r.;.; =: --I- .. j
rience has demonstrated! that no their exhibitions and publications we hope you will a true answer make "Time was when nil northern aud Regular Style .-i4 i Hw, &rH_' attic 5 rla
even if you have to strain a point Stays 11 io.or 6 la. jIUr. 5t.l}* u la. art, i". *,.r|
method is so efficient for this purpose, infused such a measure of intelligence eastern markets filled for fully i
and make an exception. Here's the
from an industrial! point of ,'iew,8.3 and inquiry through all ranks question : Do you really believe! that six months of the lear with real Made of large, strong, hi;;h grade steel wires, he-r. : ." .:, ;; j L j

the holding of expositions lAud fairs. of society as to bring about a wonderful the letter you published as )IrlBrake's oranges, oranges that had size aod Amply provides for expansion and contraction.: Is pr..:. A.t'r- J

substance and weight skin as fair and lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a str ::: ; ,.: ?|
Fairs appeal more immediately to progress in agricultural develop! account of I the death, etc., of I
I flawless and smooth as a sweet girl Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently: turn cattle, hor,,s, bjj
: the people of the state than great ment. her SOD, the letter you speak of as graduate's, of a yellow that vied with and pigs.
"the heaitbroken! mother's of 1
expositions. Their tendency is to Through the influence of these story the buttercup's, the mangold's: and ;
the death of her child written
awaken a new ambition amoug every societies and stimulus given to agriculture was the uDb a'u'.r-not that admixturetint EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEC! j
by Mrs. Brake, or do you believe-as
which comes of a run-in betweendr.gon'li
class, which leads to a healthy devel by the Napoleonic wars the others do-that the letter was the by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can ski, w.: -
blood and ochre and is fit
opment. For the most part, state rental( land in ScotUnd ro;.. from work of some attorney who probably only to color the pushcart's jostling it will save you money and fence your fields so they wiz stay fence I

fairs are used for the display ot those:: 2,000,000 in 1795 ton, 275.635 in 1S15. got Mrs.! Brake to sign it, for the purpose pyramids; skins thin as gauze or :
of creating sentiment against: Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Corn Shelters! Vanft
products that originate io the state. The live-atock iaterest increased more vanity, and speaking of juice, there Economy ,
/ Callison? Now, Brother Harris, : was a juice fit for the gods \ juiceas Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc
They are short, local: expositions, intensive rapidly than any other. The con- 1 I answer straight.-Gainesville Star. ,
amber-hue and sweet and finely
and restrict- in their plans, sumption meat W.\1 out of all proportion
We might} believe that! some paid
flavored and plentiful as any nectar Hubbard Macduff Ocala FIa-
vemeuU and successful to that of bread To
rapid in their n grains. attorney inspired and perhaps have that Hebe or Ganymede ever poureda
in their ends. _Scene': succeeds meet this demand there were more written Brother Godwin's feeltnglesa juice impounded so generouslyand

seeue in qwck succession, and thereis green crops and more live-stock, from editorials about this ad affair, heavily in a modicum of delicate
pulp that it fairly begged to be let out
i"ation excited that is which resulted
au ai> eontagUOs. more wool, more meat,
but we cannot believe a paid f sTRAuss-
like the milk in the Jersey cow'sudder
8 People will flock to a well. more manure and more grain crops.
attorney could have poured out fresh from a mid June clover
conducted fair as they come out on The productiveness of the soil was
the love and sorrow of a mother's patch.

special days to an exposition. Where greatly increased. Land was made to broken heart aa Mrs.! Brake's letter "But all that wa 'Pianeus was! L3fl ROYAL RESERVE

they are held every year thrifty well do quadruple the duty it performed a consul'-not so very long ago, either r "
did.It only back: before an all wise provi r .! jj
to do farmers look forward to before.
usually: century Agriculture as a
war entirely without the ring of
dence saw fit to send two 'freezes' into
the time as they look forward to a science and art was steadily advancedand !
cold metal and was] permeated Florida in one season. Before the J Four Quarts flT! Cfl

l grand holiday occasion where the to the numerous! local agricultural with the warmth of mother's loss winter of 1794-95 there were Florida { Delivered pJ.JuSTRAUSS'
best things! are to be collected for associations which sprang; up all over and love. oranges-Indian river and Maudaritsand 1 .

their instruction, edification and the Uuited Kiugdom collecting and long line of illustrious verities \ .
It seems to Ui it should have pierced ih".A.fJi
that put all the Mediterraneans aud 1
aml &emt'nt. Taken in its broadest: disseminating[ information and giving reformer Godwin's heart through Californias and West Indians to N.:: :, :. ; .'.!.;-:...

sense fair is a school where the exhibitions of" livestock and :
J and through. shame and the fading memories of ;

young and the old may learn new agricuetural: products are these great: which now make our mouths water ? J g

lessons from the display of concrete improvements to be described. Saved fwo From Death. accasionally. .V.-.' ,\..!':.' -- r.rri.X. .A'J;... 76"'Trje tt

objects. A fair is a great book whichall With agricultural fairs will come, "Our little daughter had an almost "Shall we never have them again ',P.r'1'

may read and enjoy. It is a liv first, improvement in live-stock. fatal attack of whooping cough and Have the get rich quick turpentiners '*._,.,.;...MK'. t
so denuded the forests'! of the southeast _' ,.1/ >I'/M 1 Firjest"FULL
ing treatise on all products-aesthetic With improvement in live-stock will bronchitis," writes W. K. Haviland, that Boreas long since had an easy .::..-' ,, ".. '.-..", .. /. ,I
mineral, vegetable and animalga.ther come increased fertility in the soil. of Armonk, N. Y., "but when all job of it in wiping out the frost line iu -.; .''.'...-.. .!..'". ...J i.2ur ur1
other remedy failed saved her : ili t1
d and classified: so as to convey With Increased fertility in the soil life with Dr. King's New, we Discovery. Florida aud thus rendered orange :.r((i".q.! h QUARTS 00 t staysslif/

to the observer the largest: degree of will agricultural prosperity and development Our niece, who had Consumption inan growing too risky a business in the .:1 ''J 't DELIVEREDEvery $6!
peninsular state was when : '
1. practical knowlege. A fair is a place Where fairs are encouraged advanced stage also used the won- p V .- I:.!
>he shipped six:: or seven boxes ..2 M ili.l'
where the newest experiment in and live-stock interest promoted every derful medicine and to-day she is! perfectly a year' : of the ''lue D of the citrus -.

:! agriculture are exchanged, new ideas other branch of agriculture will well." Desperate throat: and family.' Nowadays it's only by accident
f lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
disoerniu ted that w.. ever tee one in the
\ and the bat methods of lourisb.
Discovery as to no other medicine ou bottle of
New York retail market aud thenwe genuine
t caltivatiug the various are Not only this, but the social valueof
Infallible for and
earth. Coughs
till the .
3I have to "ait ghost walks
made An exhibition of fairs. is not to be overlooked. They
Colds. 5
wheat, for instance; how it was fer attract men of intelligence of obser by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, aud !

tilized, how the land was prepared, vation, of experience and of pro ree. Tydings & Co. Trial bottle free. m Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days. Pabst :

its variety, its time of ripening aud give thought. They bring the people For several month our younger brother -iII

: its yield, may be the dumu but potent together from various portions of the Phosphate Notes. had been troubled with ill lg.-- ;
The dredge which J. Buttgenbach tiou. He tried several remedies out '

I preceptor to a thousand farmer The state and make them acquainted with & Co., are constructing for use at got uo penifit from them. We purchased
one another. A fair is therefore Blue Ribbon
I of Chamberlain's Stomach
some -
- same lessons be tiu ht in
( may ; varying their plant near Holder is now
broadening in its effects and patriotic i and Liver Tablets and he commenced -
degree by the exhibits of all launched, and the machinery is
them. Inside of
taking thirty
in its tendencies. It breaks down

I other crops that are or may be grown local prejudice, it encourages the being placed upon it. days he gained forty pounds in flesh.

Mr. W. M. Ross is also constructinga He is now fully recovered. We havea bears the
! within the boundaries of the state" making of new experiments, it elevates trade-mark "Pabst Milwaukee"
i pUnt and dredge at Dunnellon, on good trade on the TlI.blets.-HoLLEY
1 where the fair is held. the farmer in his own estimation BROS. Merchants Branch Mo.
Long ,
the old Hubbard & Hood property.The in red circle. In the
In the improvement of live stock, and in the estimation of all clashes For sale by all Druggist & Medicine a
report on the prodcction of
however the value of fairs is of the in the community, it creates a buat- Dealers. m
phosphate rock in 1902 by Dr. Joseph making of Pabst Beer
greatest importance. Tne best animals ling trade, breaks the monotony oj Death of Infant.
truthers, is now in press for publication an
of every breed are brought forward country life and makes it enjoyable.
as part of the United States Geo- The many Ocala friends of Mrs. S. The ''J

I their good points studied, their Fair-days are gala diys, full of life logical Survey's volume on mineral L. Patterson, of Miami, formerly Miss barley is right

pedigrees made known and their excellent and hope and happiness.! They are
resources for 1902. The figures:!: for Jessie Barco, of this city, will greatly The hops
i qualities: determined. The often referred to as the beginning are right
1902 and 1901, respectively, are as regret to learn of the death of her
interest taken in stock exhibitions is point of some new industry or some-
follows: Florida, 7S5.430 long tons, little eighteen months old daughter, The water is right
the best sign of progress. new method of cultivation or some
I valued at $2,564,197,473; South Carolina Jessie whose death occurred Friday
Whenever the cultivators of the new use applied to old things. A fair The is
313,365 long tons, valued at night at Miami. The little one was plant right
soil are stimulated by competition to i is the occasion of kindly greetings of I
II ill and died
1919,625, as against 321,151 long tons, taken suddenly seriously
an improvement of their domestic people from all portions of the
valued at 5961,840; Tennessee, 390-, two days later. That'svhy
animals: the Improvement of the soil country. It induces a feeling of goodwill .
799 long tons, valued at 1,206,647, as This paper extends its sympathy to
is eure to follow. No instance. in the and amity, revives trade by
against 409,653 long tons, valued at the sorrowing parents and grandparents -
history of agrioulture can be points stimulating inquiry, and its influenceis I
$1,192,000. Total production for Uni Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barco, of
out where an improved agriculturedid felt to be one of the prime motive
ted States in 19lr2, 1-190,3H long tons, this city.In j
not follow in the wake of improved powers among the best agriculturalclasses. 9B
valued at it,693.ttt-.werican Fertilizer
domestic animals. For long his issue of Thursday, Brother P bstbeer B

Jeriod the agriculture of England The establishment of state fairs, Harris, of the Ocala Banner, comes i

languished and the yield of agricul- therefore would be a wise provisionfor Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through Hi: out in a lengthy, apology to the publicfor

tural products1n the United! King- the elevation and prosperity of the Hand. having printed in an article the .

dom was reduced to such a low point states. The small amount necessary While opening a box-J. C. Mount, words "ten" millions where "two"

as to threaten the for that of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten
very existence of purpose be inappreciable millions were intended. Now, this
penny nail through the fleshy part of IS
the nation. when compared with the good appears uaealled for, for what ditlE. spore
of his hand. "I thought at once of
Every well informed man knows results which would follow. Wise all the pain and soreness this would enee could a million or two dollars I t

that at the beginning of the eight. legislators wili look to the future and cause me," he says, "and immedi- more or less make to an editor? In ,

teeuth century the agriculture of to the building of ately applied Chamberlain's Pain
up those industries his work he reads of so much money,

England was of the rudest character. which are to pay the largest propor Balm and occasionally afterwards.To and gets no much glory out of the For Sale by !

The land, for the most part, was un tion of the taxes for the maintenance my surprise it removed all pain business, that his soul is constantlylifted I

enclosed. Stock of all kinds run together of tie gov. rnment. It is to be doubted and were soreness soon healed.and"the For injured sale by part I above all considerations, of STRAUSS & CO'Ia

4 4Ri upon the common, the fields if any appropriations have ever druggists and medicine ealers.: allj sordid pelf.-Ptnsacola New


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l AXXVII, NO. 12

t.I ::::& ELIZABETH HASSIS. Local. Editor. Mrs. Trantham's Funeral. 1 UcIVER and AlA CIA IFUNERAL a

I i TILLMAN The funeral of Mrs. Trantham took I .
place from the Baptist church at ten Sy iS i. > k DFfd D-

o'clock Wednesday morning. It was .*& && **S _
f Mr. T.C. Hall is visiting In Jack. ;.if"; fJJ f"
tj. largely attended friends ,, 1
by sorrowing ''' ... \'
of the deceased and was conductedby Ff RFE
)Ir. Henry Dunn of Citra, was In
f. Rev L. B. Warren
Messrs. W.S. Bullock, X.:M. Allred

' & Co., received yesterday: William Ben us, Isaac Stevens::! Ben I DIRECTORS

F k f, load of the famous Blue Ribbon SPEECH Rheinauer and J. G. Hpurlin acted as II II I I I -1- ;:

beer. pall bearers. I f,
late ttnlltioct: of Co&niCateu BorluiU
The floral offerings were large and I o dvery description. Special tit>ntug
store of Mr. William Ben I burial unici. i
usaa beautiful and
entirely covered the I

[: entered Wednesday night and FIXED THE JURY. bier conspicioud among them beinga I Embalming to Order.

money Btolen from the cash draw pillow of white roses and maiden- t REE !
hair fern sent by the Daughters of the I
I i If you wojlJ like to take
I Mr.GredO.B. Weihe and family Confederacy, of which lrli.Trantham I Ii i a. trip to Europe, the .

domiciled in was a member. The Daughters at- "World's Fair, Saratoga,
now pleasantly the I
t 0O O New York City or Ashe-
house on North Third street Says That Gonzales' Hot Editorials Brought on tended the funeral in a body. 0 O vile, v.-uhout having to put
The 1
remains now rest in Greenwood f up any of your own money,

'' Mr. and S1 re. A. E. Ddouebt, who I His Owq Destruction-Did More Evil cemetery.New O { o sfritc the fur Jacksonville particulars.Metropolis

been spending the summer with I Tribune Man. 0 '0 II I II e -

! ea In ludiaua, have returned I i Tljai) 20,000) Men. :Mr. R. L. Harper, of Jacksonville, J I I '
I -
i one of the best known machine opera :w .

Mr. A. Morrison! of Island Grove tors in the state, has accepted a posi- ;ik
j Lexington. S. C, Oct. 15.- Ex.Lieut. Gov. James H. Tillman, ThE METROPOLISCARTER &
Aj i
has been visitng his daughter, tion ou the Tribune.-Tampa Tribune.
charged with the murder of Editor N. C. Gonzales
of the Colum- RLJ55ELLPUBLISHING 1
Ira. W. C. Barnes, for a few day, 8f i

; home yesterday. bia State, was acquitted this morning at 1045. Many of his I The following: party took advantageof I COCJfACn3ONV1LLe.
ROLLS FROM Only the best
t friends surrounded him and extended congratulations whiie the delightfully pleasant weather i FLAThe OUR OVEN material goes t;-
Messrs.! C. C. Thnmes,ll. F. Button '
, Fri ay night and had a picnic at Silver into thv oven and
L. Hutchinson and R. 1,. String- friends of Gonzales showed much dissappointment. only the '-
Springs, vizlr. and Mrs. B. A.
of Gainesville, are in the city editors have returned from BEST BREAD trolls
Attorney Croft brought up from the past the killing of Editor Weathers and family, Mies Hattie s
guests of the Ocala House. I their New York trip and now Tammany out It is delightfully crisp and
DeYoung of the SanFrancisco Chronicle. The editor of the Dye, Mi!>! Stotesbury, Miss: Emily I I stories wili take the placeof wholenome.! A few slices buttered is a
. Mrs. Sislrunk:; and Miss Rusa: Belle Ford, Miss Violet Harris, Mr. George tiger meal in itself and almost as nutritious '
State, he said was of the same pattern and wrote "with a fish stories. :
pen as meat.
i lrankot Montbrook, are spending Ford and Mr. fctepueu: Jewett. They )

few days in Ocala with their son steeped in gall." Then he alluded to the killing of Brann, of drove out to the springs at six o'clock, For Rent. satisfactorily Orders for Bread filled byIENUS' etc., can be more i'l

brother, Mr. 8.1: T. Sistrunk.We Brann's Iconoclast, and in connection with Mr. Gonzales, said had supper there and spent an houror Twenty acres rich hammock land, ;

to most pleasantly and then drove I near town, under good fence, ready BAKERY
of that
would call the- attention 'of our men stripe must meet a similar death. Referring at i.
borne by uioou. The evening was i for immediate cultivation. Good

readers who have real estate for sate another time to llr. Gonzales on the same line, Mr. Croft said: thoroughly delightful and the party (I onion, cabbage and potato land. A stranger in town sutfering kith l

i the advertisement in another "lIe is dead; he brought about his own destruction." Further on returned home At 10 o'clock. Apply at this office. 1014 an inflamed eje asked for the bell

of Brobston! Fendig & Co. drug store, and was sent to the Postoflice .
: r he declared, "Abuse with honorable gentlemen does not go For Sale. Wanted. .
Drug Store. They supplied him
1 Ottenwwser, for many years a down." This case originated in he Thirty five acres rich hammockland "
1'J politics, asserted. J. II. Carpenters to do some repairingand with a bottle of John R. Dfckey'a

I; of Ocaia but now residing Tillman as a mere boy espoused the cause of his uncle in Wins- near Ocala. Twenty acres building, not fancy work but Old Reliable Eye Water. m tfOL

1't, 1rh his family in New York, was at under fence and ready fur immediate want neat job, work by the day. Address
boro. Later he characterized the dead editor as "firebrand I '
E f Brown House yesterday.-(jalnes- cultivation. Good for trucking of all I Petteway, Home & Co., Dunn. SiitThE3A'1D TM( .'

.1 t setting brother against brother, son against father. and neighbor kinds. Apply at this office. 1014 ellon Tla.: 1016 :'w tops the cowhand be&l lua '

tr r Senator Platt, of New Yurk, has aweet against neighbor-he had strirred up strife and run roughshodover

1 r blushing bride, but he is trou of
ri the best people South Carolina-had done evil
i more politically .
l with a breach of promise suit on
: than any other 20,00 men together in the state. r
s.l l hands, brought by his type
"- I
i l MILLINERY OPENINGS. At the Opera House Last flight, .
Mr. Fred G. B. Weihe, the popular
.large, intelligent and appreciative EXTRA !
J Wt'ler and watchmaker, yesterday
: Beautiful Display of Millinery at audience greeted Mr. Allen Hul-
hU commission a-i local
Mrs. Tompkins' and Mrs. Eaton's. tou at the opera house last night.It .
inspector"of the Seaboard Air g
i The "openings""' were the centers was a superb performance. )lr, at
i railroad.
Haltou is an actor in the real meaning -
i of interest to the ladies of Ocala j-es-

Mr. Guy Toph of Tamp, son of ter.lay. It was the first day of the of the word and won additional 1
laurels last night. Greatest and Grandest Sale
A. R. Toph of this city, will he Opening .
on Oct. 25th to Miss Edna three day's openings of Mrs. L. T. He played David Garrick and impersonated

Tompkins and Mrs. Lucie F. B. that great actor. A
Hutchinson at the home of the
establisbuie! Between the acts Miss Minnie
Eaton's! millinery e
in Tampa. Ever Inaugurated Ocala
At an early hour ladies were seu Ganisby and Miss Lena Bullock rendered ; in

)Ir. and Mrs. Staten and children sweet solos and Miss Gertie 1-
hurrying to thee stores and during
Valdosta and Mrs Rodgers of Lex Peyser gave a piano recital. 3
continued to
the entire day they come
have arrived in Ocala
f Ky.,
the goods dis
and to lovely

are! on Lime occupying street.the Helvenston played.Mrs. Eaton has secured a first class Messrs.An J.Exciting L. Smosk Fox, John Chase.L. Ed- BEGINNING I MOt DA Y OCTOBER 19. fL.Our fL.

words, S. T. Sistrunk: ani: W. A. ,
milliner and will no pains to
1 i spare
Among the prominent Marion Young, young commercial traveler

: r rI citizens in Ocala yesterday we please her customers this season. visiting Ocala from the Blue Grass
I I Mrs. Tompkins has large number
; t Messrs. W. P. Pillans, of state, enjoyed a most delightful fox buyer has just returned from Boston, where he succeeded in purchasing I
hat described
of Paris pattern !!! They are -
/ ; C. W. Turner, of Anthony; chase yesterday morning and succeeded -
t E. Martin, of Moss Bluff; Frauk I as "dreams," "beauties""con in capturing one of the fleet footed the entire stock of a large manufacturer of Men's and
ete. One especially beau ,
1 of Mclntoch andV.. V. fections, little animals and Mr. Young will Women's Clothing at 5Oc on the Dollar! This
tiful one is a large black picture hat.
of Kendrick.: carry the trophy back with him to F
The crown and the under part of the his Kentucky home. stock is now arriving every day, and wd will on the date above mentionedstart

Capl. John L. Inglis came up from brim being/ white silk lace, beautifully
a Special Opening Sale such as has never been seen in Ocala before.
Inglis yesterday and reports interwoven with pale blue ribbon. Important to Property Owners.

thriving at that point. He The hat is completed with two large The city council has passed a These goods were bought at a sacrifice and we propose to give our patronsthe :i

the Duunellon Company has Ostrich plumes. There area number resolution allowing property ownersto
benefit of our fortunate purchase. The stock consists of all kinds of
added to its fleet of vessels of other beautiful black hats and straighten out their tax matters. If

finest tug boat on the gulf. The I several exquisite pale blue ones. This any property within the city limits ready-made apparel for men, women and children, and is all of the latest i

refuses to grow into the "sere I is seemingly the popular shade for has been sold for the of
I styles and designs-not an old piece in the entire lot. Don't miss it.You're .
leaf." hats this season.
yellow evening taxes they are given until Dec. the

An especially pretty hat seen at opportunity to redeem same by the
)[tlSrs. H. 0. Moore and t;. F. Me- colored .
Mrs. Eaton's was a champagne payment of the principal and S per
of Citra were among the plush hat. It had the high crown, cent interest. ;
Proof If You Can
callers at the Ocala and which is so fashionable this season, Bargain

yesterday. Mr. McWhlrter and was trimmed with lace medallions Thirty Car Loads. I

will ship twelve hundred I and a huge white pom pom. Mr. Ben Rajsor had a commission::

of hay from their place at Citra Another pretty hat there was a friend to arrive from Sc. Louis Fri. Resist These We're Offering!

winter. Who says Marion county pale blue and black chiffon hat day to whom he sold thirty car loads

raise hay. trimmed with a long black plume. #0 of oranges.

A number of pretty hats in red are Friday night Mr. Raysor and Mr.
Mrs.O. G. Finch, who has been J
also being shown. Nugent went south to estimate Mr.
1 I\lIng the summer most pleasant!
Ocala is certainly proud of her Nugent's orange crop which Mr.
with relatives at her old home in

Ohio spent last week with her millinery establishments. We could Raysor expects to purchase. THE BOSTON STORE
not attempt to describe all cf the
Mrs. E. t:. Apperson, at her
lovely hats but suffice it to say that Dress Making.
"Edgeleigh," at Mt. Sterling,
I r there are hats suitable to all classes : Miss Leora Burke, recently from
Finch i spending this
Mrs. .
1 in Atlanta with her daughter and to all ages. Lake City and bearing the highest ta

j and hereon testimonials, is in Ocala and locatedat I
Mrs. Bessie McConnell, ,
Mr. W. E. Finch. She will return FOLEnIlONIYA.'IDTAR the Central hotel, and is preparedto
Pneumonia do fashionable dress making. m -
home next week. Cures,Colds Prevents I


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: A POLITICAL SENSATION.General (Carr of Durham, X. C., the tobacco !I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble t

THE OCALA BANNER. I I king and multi-millionaire, and it ia and Don't Know it.
War and Its Harvest A Sermonette Bnllock May Run for Con. j I stated that Mr. Carr has ezpressedhimself How To rind Out. g

Or' I Fill a bottle cr common {:us wH
< < by TheEditor I n.
11.1:JZ Ebe 2iitsr. grass-Would Make a Strong as willing to famish General water aad !let it stand tweJ1'y.L.O.'S a

I "What Might Have Been? Bullock with all the money he might Ie.-er. '. ..
t ?. 1. Ltaveg:.!, Sislreji iliia 6 =. I Candidate.Ocala -..:-.A-..r .....r.; ........riles: ai

need to defray the legitimate expenses '> w.r.ea.T./: :-i
I : cor. Tampa Herald. either for i .. \ '7 ton :if -.
I of a campaign governoror I. \ trot *
LLet ,
II thatHora."eGr.tlt.'Y'iJ1viee Sow ..e seeds of lore or hatred? Do we practice ; Ocala, October 8.-Th people of res. f. s-i s
I us !upp(@* what we preach? i congress, which- also adds considerable .. -, /. I 7".-. .....r... ..

.. II. bad been followed and the'! ii i I tbe first congressional district need interest lo the suggested situa- 1 I i ..r. /..J e..eerce ...
ri a- Are we pagan yet. or Christian? Tell the \ : ; :r '.. .
rf Dej :
I. % "wayward gistera"-the southern truth whate er betide. :not be surprised in the u,,ar future to tion. ; :'l-\.. /'I' :" h.t-e )

By oar last oar greed our conquest, is our see the announcement of Gen. Robt. If General Bullock makes big an- .,- pass it or '_&" _
)> 'Itatt'S-had bi on permitted to "etc inpeace"what I i Savior still denied? ; I --- tie Dada .

then? and what now ? : By the murder ol His brethren is our Lord yet : Bullock as: a candidate for the congressional nou cempnt soon, no one need be at i csr.T.ndr.g! ?roef that the Ir.
I i crooned? ji j nomination. j ire o-tcf :;rlier.I .
.1 flower and manhood of both i f all surprised. |
The i I What to pee
Texas alone is than some of'
General Bulioek has been Tor
I sometime
1L \ ration* would not have been sacrificed i i There is comfort in the .cw: edge ,0

.I ;; I II I Ii |:. the empires of Europe, so surely here j discussed' as a possible candidate As a piece of sensational! news we I cftea expressed, that Dr. K..!-er S :S:: e- }
to the demon of a ar nor property I j j Root. one ,
i great kidney remec/.,/ .
was room euough for two ,05 r
Mono: THE BANNER, BELIEVING I destroyed. i'i for the governorship, but hebas, reprint in another column an article wish in curing rfceumarisr., jun: :. t.

TH08E AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO i governments and why would the OLe j never announced: himself: for the from the Tampa Herald, purportingto I back kxlneys. l ver. b-aar aas c'.n
CARE Of THEMSELVES, HAS The whit dove of peace with hf r I cf the \ I
TARE jnnary pasage. IciTecj
I have been a menace to the other al j place. This dis iou directed toward :-r. 1
TAKEN ITS STAND IX THE BARRICADES wing, would have hoveredover I be from an Ocala {correspondent, to hold a-er and raiding DA-.T -. -__ ,

WITH THE COMMON' PEOPLE, loitering! ready established? i him the attention of a large number which says that General Bullock may It. crbad effects foHowint use :s? ., .:r
of ruin 1
AND ITS FIOHT WILL BE MADE FORTH both !sections; and instil I vice or beer. and overcomes !ba: _
Had old Horace's counsel :1pie6 :
good !
sage of his friends in various of the J
BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE and desolation and mourning in M parts enter the congressional race against j necessity of being compe.iec: '? j. _"ea:

WI TOMSFRIDAY been followed by his section the district and it was quietly suggested Congressman dparkman and if 80.., dunnj; the day and to get up tsara 1,
-- homes there would have been duns the
.- The
; ntjnt. mi.a
----- many ana 'ne j
--' ---- -- --- southern fields would have: tf'englll.ddt"ned e* i
that he would make good congressional : ;. will make a combination with the ordinary effect of Swamp.Re t .
i and gladne..z -
and joy fees
r OCTOBER 9 1&03. song and laughter by the fleecy staple and j timber.Notbiug Stockton faction. reaJi=ed. It stands the hignest for -a r ,0. j j

.I i AS TO FAIRNESS. Who;. is responsible for that terrible the busy whir of peaceful machinery'would wits said publicly along We have not seen General Bullock derfti If you cures reed a of meicu the most you clreur.r sfcoaxi nren cases. i.

l I have told a different story to this line, owing to the fact that there but bar every reason to believe that ';e:t. Sold fcy (iragfistt !in 5Cc. .....S. llJtt.tnti.
and what was it all for? ;1 I ; You ::. Save
slaughter, ay a sample bctr.e ;l
the fatal "ping" of the minnie
was considerable talk of Hon. PeterO. i .
and heralded j the announcement is entirely unauthorized wen erf.1i: cUscj/ery ft

r The editor of the Gainesville Star Ringing their praises f and the pension roll it left behind it. Knight, of Tampa, entering the by him. and a bock that tells! $&&%% '
a* heroes, when the seas: are mere abwit it. both tent ii!
has formed a high opinion The of the having
o'.t very cause quarrel
i and the book i is opened, and 8 toppo.ite I rave since:: the announcement, over I If General Bullock U a candidate: at absolutely free by ma!, "' _.. .
the Ocala Banner' f+brncw.It !. great been removed and each section setup address Dr. Kumer &
his that the latter H _
f own signature all be will in all probability make the < snmabat
that the Binuer refused to their names are the mother'srrief i Co.. Binpiamton. N. Y. Ween wir.c"T.eAoo:
its account
housekeeping on own
says gentleman would not be in the race, race for and will bid I tun hu \
the widow's anguish and theorphaa'n governor run on rtisj; gsneroui offer in thj fi:tr 1
let Hit reader know that the CaUisona3airbd and taking care of i its own troubles the
what will be the final question of entering General 1 own merits and not as a factional! .

been investigated! by two cry- I i l and responsibilities, there: would have Bullock at once came to the surface candidate. ........................... .

f grand juries of AUchu: county ands judgment I! been two great: governments homogeneous man :
Will God ? iAn \' : POLTICAL! CHIPS :
the Law and Order League. approvfe throughout and in eVtrypirt General Bullock has served two An Eloquent Tribute. .
or Christian? Look: condij j \ .
Let's iwr about that. we pagan/st i I rivals of each other only in the At the recent dinner celebrating j
i F Uon ia the face: :j : terms as a member of c.ngrelrom ist I

The Ocab Biuner printed, cud :Mars tie frt whom still we worship Jtssn- :i splendor of achievenieuti. I Florida and while there made moat the SJOth anniversary of the birth of i I FROM THE STATE PRESS .:
cheerfully the l lengthy iMttr moo IIi'our Ruler' place {1 relations''I I Jonathan Edwards, author of the I. i
printed ,
reachedthe Carrying on diplomatic
boasted have we enviable
After al our progress record lu a faithful r-presen- .*++*.***.....N..+**..... J
of Mayor Tnomaa i.. hiph all the nobler race? :j I I with all government the Confederate tative of the rople, ehauipioning Freedom of the Will, Mr. Justice

above facts were enaaieritfi. Are we pagan yet or Chrl tan? Do we nse as !: Kites: of America would have their Brewer, after referring to the proximity THERE ARE OTHEKa
cause at all til.l1tood
I : opposing Why don't some of the pepper.u.z
In the letter the Ocali Bannernote' shibboleth j <,f the writing of this work and
The old watchword of the Roman,or of Him of extended its traffic and commerce; the corporations and their ag/ "nu in pulitieiau"laY "hypnotized" In.c-t ,

troD Mr. lkJoUJ! In a".cw rM Nazareth? I' the Nlcaurauguran canal would have of the Declaration of Independence,
love' law 01 or the leaden : every move by wnich they hoped to of "subsidize newspaper' Th,
Do preach
the letter of Mayor Thwmn, it was we already been constructed and the and of their influence on this republic -
law of death? plunder the people.It Gazette-New ba act fouud ashy
tipUilly feuvi tht be **" one of j speaks of some recent history and
of would have
Are we pap yet or Cbrittiaa? Answer by the I I supremacy commerce wad General Bullock's work for lucre striking around the office ii.,..r.

the attorney in the! l>!li, >ah 4:ace and10poke higher light; largely been transferred to the south- pays! the folioing tribute to :
.cord. Let the test be by the standard of unchiagiag I the people's interests which caused \lr.1 not.-Dayton* (haettie Ne+r.. .
( till Jefferson :
turn I I
truth aDd ri;hL ern eeetiou.j his political defeat, this being accomplished I NHERE'S .. I

<, the Ocala J*< uner did not conceal Do we worship toward the morning or the I II j i The arts of peace would have ben by Chas. M. Cooper, with the. "pstUl, again, as I said, the spirit of BJCN! '".

this fact a' .tateJ by tn. eduor of I pa.rt.'s warclouded night? I I promoted and the two nations living I unity is manifested in the experienceof Just think of it. Thor Tamp R.,-
assistance of Mr. Taliaferro and other
the rtar Are we pagan yet orChrutiaa? Do we rob and side by side on terms of friendship, nations. Not merely are the iii>- aid devotes a double beaded, rtoubtt

overreach? corporation agent, in the state. Bi i tious coming together in more intimate
Th,<)caUIUontr uot only printed Do we wrong sad ilay: our brothers 'neath tie the example) to the world would have column, drat page to a pipe Ih".... ij .
been left behind him record, however, and friendly relations one with
letter the musk of gldlyl.ttCh? beyond measure. which rich aDd multimillionaire .
jj.or TooajW giving I :a eu/pufitUwutet
I II another, but there is also a constant :
_____ ____ __ I which will long live in the memory
---- ___
C*lh"Mon ti i la of the tory, out it also - -- -- -- -- tendency toward a merging of the tobocoai rvna.... ttw
I I of the people.It .
printed the pointed question asked it .. 4 ever, there seems to have been an mailer into the larger nationalities. pipe and and u O aU aati- ori ifa-

by the idiWtof tile rtur to which it \\t TtlmXVvxie Mode o\ .*. occasional substitution, at a very wad while member of congress When that is done as the free choiceof lion candidate for ee igr"w hare..... '

: that General Bullock laid the foundation the nations, who does not feel that
of the shower bath-not
gate a tttraight forward answer.AgwinYathehtladiannerof. It wi.ji. early day a the dr !l.DlI'hUe, UM Hfld sad
!i.* "n& uSTtv- for the collection of Florida's 9. step forward ia taken, but when
being mere sprinkling! a* in later times, produce the smoke. It tht 1
t\!> that merger is the result of force thereis MI
: claim
.' e *i war money and through which I
p uufiir, what bad been the attitude of w The following facts concerning the pnm6 w} but the use of a sufficient quantityof i something which offends both our Julian Carr, of toft"aeo oetopu 'amt,
ittve mode of baptism are gathered from it was Afterwards collected and paid
the nur? Jane' Primitive Christianity Deacon ..1 water to envelop the entire person sense of righteousness and our tort.fatheri' will furnish the .hMtWI of war fur i
I 4 hUnter'a Christian Institute and other into the treasury! of the state.
It rrfutea, or at leant did not print 1 sources.-Ea BaSNEL 'WI In its earliest Christian phase, bar. declaration with respect to General Robert Balioefc to flcfat bM

1 ,1 General Bullock also made a record the consent of the governed. Great
}tr.. Brake' letter: it did not print .4.4 1y' r{+i7wwwY. a for placing a large number of Floridians Britain has established its control
)dr. B pdrll,' letter; i it did not print 1 he rite of baptism early came to 1 symbol not only of spiritual purification over the South African province, but the Herald is evidently an now ti>*l
on pension roll for their
UM Ocala limners' reply to its pointed but also of the resurrectton. at what a fearful cost of blood and the dream may earn! true -... Augustine -
be regarded as the chief symbol atid services in tbe Indian and what
'jUt'tJUODII. I The sins of the flesh were washed wars, treasure! While may be that ID Record.

sacrament of the Christian faith he has accomplished in this line ha form has ....
The record of the two papers in the away, the "carnal body" was washed) a more unity been

trra wentaaddiscuidon\ aof tbici :: e assuming an importance and significance beneath the waters, and rose from I gone far toward enabling his successors i secured, how large the legacy of bitter SWEAUaTHKMMBM.U I IT PUT

akin to circumci iou in the in office to secure pensions for feeling and race hatred The HtOH.
them into the new life of the
that he who
*> plain tnayreaJ. Sandwich Islands
ordinances of Judaism. Baptismwas others. voluntarily soughta The Hit Dog How.-t\1t <..Abut

A? Christianity assimilated union with this republic, and only
probably adopted by the Jews General Bullock's friends claim true aaytui< .i art t.i w
Gentile converts, and advanced westward peace and blessings How therefrom.But .
Toe Tribune uy Tampa i i. the when we read ia eaa after another of
from Persian or Chaldean sources and that he is the
I! strongest anticorporation we took by force the Philippine
to cooler climates and ,
gr<.a' .t hone market iu Florida.! espec- .
i was administered by such pre-Chril man in the district and one who and the twenty millions! with which our !It ate papers I"-It-, aa4 tudVnant
h ialunville cUiuj this distinction ally to Rome, where the people were 1

herself and Orchur* to acknowledge tiara sects as the E-weaeaJand the disciples familiar with the of lustra- can easily defeat Congressman Spark- we bOught to sooth- the sensibilitiesof editorial! wa UM ........G. asrk 1 I
F fiat Tamp ha "a horse on her." of John. In Its original Jew- man and for this reason they declare Spain have been but a drop in the by Candidate Brown that there Wco" 1
ion, the rite more and more lost iu! bucket compared with all we have
I II jw about OcU. ?-Gtintsville Sun.OoaUtLilim Ish form, it differed little, nave in its that they believe that General Bullock thirteen ubtti..4 IMI...M IB the u*.t i
i primitive character. At last the spent in our elibrta to coerce the Fili

t to 6e IU the lead both I symbolical signification! from an idea of physical cleanliness remained will be induced to enter the race. piuos. No, my friends, Thorns :. working for the .arpuruaci c a4idat I

t a. a hurry and cattle market ordinary bath. It was intended both wholly in abeyance, and it retained His strong and consistent attitude of Jefferson wrote for all time and every n. If UM "It't nut ttw. !

The Jwkonville Metropolis car- to secure bodily cleanliness and to only its spiritual and symbolical s1. friendship toward the people at all race. Some sneeringly call' his words i goes 00 oiu-b larger .t will bfia to :.

fond Hun. LUunttte H. Maya as a symbolize at the !lime! time the removal uificatinu. It was not however uu.1 times, and his aggres.-ive fights 'glittering g neralit t"e. Glut-Tin believe test thirUIn not MilH.irnl
They !a right to glitter, for theyare
of the stains of sin from the number, though We M. l-Ha t4J iu.ui
for against corporation rule has placed
attitude of
farmer tu be tailing
til long after Christianizition of the golden truths, and you can blot

the ':,jVdUur'* oltiee. The people are soul. .Among: the Jews and early Roman empire that "sprinkling" wa" him on a high pedestal in the estimation the sun out of the heavens. Politicians that }o'1 rida pap***, u. w..... I"

ajuokliuply ,uitlui fur one pn.tiary Christum of Palestine, those submitting generally substituted for irnm of the people. .* may say what they will ; eapjtalisU.aud voters of tie leek br( f..,.tu..*

hand the ufihe to this rite came down to rSlon'l Kbor agitators may enact should h@ DoatrolM by r" (>ut'ii- aabosses
to route along lo over Subsequent to the early part General Bullock is a gallant ex-
and courts may decide, but there is
I (41140.-IeljotQCuuty News.llu some convenient place by the side of ef uwfa aid -.itNlta it
t'econd century, after the organizationof Confederate and among the vtteranshe an inexorable law of the human soul
the Jordan river sometimes singly is out anfr'MaTy' w. t'' ibk III nut,.
-- : ,
the Christian congregations bad is loved and esteemed for his many which will forever and forever assert

: Dog Knows but oftener in families, and having been perfected, and the three ordersof noble qualities.It itself, and that is the higher law based I Ii any pap tr in p..rO ,ttUr, jurtUH 1111Mb

completely disrobed as is not ur frequently deacons and upon the doctrine of the freedom of i ones that bawl the kudrt -
bishop, is claimed by those who have "
f the public and promiscuous were fully recognized, the rite of baptism the will. Bell.view X..i..uw.
That there i* something wrong with his been looking into tbe matter, that in
custom iu extern countries, even at could be administered only by Danger in Fall Colds. ....
m* tn'. They have no more romps and the congressional race General Bul-
rambles. lie tries in vain to coax the I thepretaentday, they plunged into the the, bishop or presiding elder of the Fall colds areliable to hang on all BY WAY or nrnuBM c.
listlcM from his chair. church. lock will carry Marion, Sumter and
youth Usually! there was but one Once
I there WM a OMtMu obi 11\.-
When the lungs river and entirely suomerged themselves winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia uu 'f
place for baptism in counties
each town Levy almost
or city unanimously,
ate diseased, in its waters. I. bronchitis or consumption. wboUwnt k a efaarrfc ts.r (*...
and that -
physical weakem was! never in a church. and that be baa a strong fighting

von begins t In its earliest Christian phase, baptism There was but one time for the administration ley's Honey and Tar cures quicklyand 1UWlUy bnehtfiid us aIM t',w try
chance in Lake Hernando Citrus
to slow itself 'i was only administered as a sign of the rite in every 1 prevents serious results.! It is .tu ttoo. One day Ml pier tii4
and the active Pasco, DeSoto: and Manatee counties.It .
year-the period between E :!ter and bimaodKtU : ""'tII. ...... new
outdoor life U of voluntary repentance and admis- old and reliable, tried and tested, wife M
Pentecost Baptism: was always administered I in also stated by his friends that he
gum up. Dr. sion to the membership of the Christian and sure. Contains no opiates and your obrittttu eaftMNt" 11s a y'w ,
rierce't Golden at midnight and never in would poll a large and flattering vote .
It administered : will side nay .....- ..k writ'"Nu
Medical Discovery not
community. was not public. In an outer chamber, the constipate. Postoffice Drug
even Hillsborough county. They ash Itarr
caret dis- Store. sir Loral J au t
children or to those of any converts of either sex, disrobed to
eases of the claim that all through South Florida stole aeehiek....If
lung and other age who were born into the new faith. but a single garment, and turning An Editor Weds. "
wrli. .
"Any ,
; ate large numbers of former residents ,
organ! of rrspiraltoo : With the decline of JuJaistic tendencies toward the region of the sunset, ut Friday afternoon, October: and, in "No iorK.jh., ........"
cure of Marion
; tered together a defiance of the evil county, who know
oUtinate i drep- among the early Christians, I Savannah Mr. Marion F. Uethering- "Auyiuark glh .e T"
ratol one, saying : "I renounce thee and love General Bullock, all of whom .
coughs, ton and Miss Lillian DeRieux "X.. All. lC",*' Nh h"The '
however, baptism came to be deemedan Satan both
binding lungs, : and ail thy works, all thy II would at once throw toward him
IAI'II..1'I'l. .
Huacution and esentialsywLol of the Christian pompt and all thy service." They of Miami, were united in marriage.Mr. .... yna. w..tb.r

I other conditions every particle of support possible.It ," said .... prtba. ..........,. a. 4rpasl
which if religion, and was, therefore thenceforward then turned toward the east, and by Hetherington is business
neg ea
U believed that owning to the
lena or UDiVil- s: administered to all adult the utterance of an appropriate verbal manager and one of the proprietors ") "
.Iy, ekcehbad. .... .
fully treated formula recognized the essential recent long illness of Hon. Robert I irtby ti.11
fin-1 a fatal believers in connection with a public of the Miami Metropolis. He b a i the pri'ad! w" nut of eats ....,1.t
may doctrines or the Christian faith. McNamee that ha will not enter the
termination in profession of their faith. The earliest Passing into an inner chamber gifted writer end a good all-round ud..t was a harrow ...... 1J bII
in' race and that in this event his
cottoumptian.Aftrf ,I support had sed tiuoba a.. r uoW a had ...
baptismal formula in use among the presence of a deacon or deaconness '' newspaper man.
.. I
I D' ibootT will go solidly to General Bullock Tblll alk'C'doh' k ealld
/ buttle ol Dr. the Palestine Christians was "I im- the inUre company disrobed I'I' His brethren of the press throughout rind-
'- $e'r. ColdraMxhcal : all of which it seems would says the St: A......... 9..uet/. tap the
UtoovrrrT merse into the name of the IordJt completely and stood up naked to be the state extend to him congratulations du..1 t
/ .if bo, MmBi. to he you questioned by the bishop. Satisfactory make him a most formidable oppo- Pete 0. Kelsbt ..... ... ..
i.r1 nip l'UL" The familiar trinitarian and beet wishes for a long nut a raodWsM Rat
recognition -
Mr. I W Pricy, oft answers having been given tbeirbare nent. uly/aai e. at'teprr
>rart. Muaroc Co.. Ohio. "He bad "
very and happy life.Croke +ietathr.
elt" I _m Bc d to lift him the 'Gold uMW'lb.a& of the "Father, Son, and limbs and bodies were rubbed
tMKwrry.: The doctor claimed bebad with It is also argued that owing to the h..tillHt'be h1 .. TM.a,. r..
eoaumpk and we doctored with them Holy Spirit" did not come into use oil from bead to foot. They Into His Ho so.S. .
nut k. ..a peg w.'ikiBj{. It bu been tenmonths then plunged into the water bold and outspoken attitude of Congressman I :
Knee he Mopped taking your medicine before the second century. The were Le Quinn of Cavendish, \'t.UtI. The TribM bat MI Jell ........t
sad h<< u IB good h *lth. We are very thaaltiulM again anointed after emerging fromit I Sparkman in his supportof

l stir fat 11I.,.,our tun.* Greek word, which the translators were clothed in white gowns symbolical I Senator Taliaferro, that the entire rubbed of his customary health by invasion Itself 00 the y-tu ,.

Accept no substitute for Golden Medical appropriated without translating, of their : of Chronic I Indeed, UM Tritv dtiarM r. aM
Constipation. When
> is purification, and received Stockton and Jennings vote
isco'ny.Tbf1'e nothing "justu in the It all
improfcAhh that
means! simply and uniformly "to the "kiss of Dr. MMManother .., be .
guod for ditease of the stomach peace" the King's New Life Pills broke Into
blond and Substitution immerse." This was first district, will go to General Bullock eeiry la the HMM by .. u.
means a and
Inngs. unquestionably; bishop a taste of milk and honey.
his house his trouble i
I little more profit for the dealer but a loss the original form of the rite. In They afterwards n-coguized their new I which i is also considered a strong was arrestedand the campaign wrra .bIP .. ee.ItuM,

foe you. localities where the facilities for complete commissions by repeating for the j point in his favor. now he's entirely cured. They're who wtil p Ifl" ....* 1.1 MfkM to ti
Dr. rirrce' Pleasant Pellets cure coa- guaranteed to
cure, AnU.
immersion I IlJuop- a&\1 the party at i"... that. ..... tit
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FOOT hogs bushels, part per of acre.which There are 30 meat I I run north and south along western- V"- ......... A..A... .. .. ....... ArtI.. .'.. .. ... IINO ..,. .... A......iI1ttI
''UONE are extra good; boundary in sections 27, 22, 15, 10, in T.. . T.V. "'TVa

these are on plndars. There are 22 tp 15, r 22, to extend from the hard :::1
hogs for another year. Pindar road from Ocala to Santos to the hard
and l crooked seed is being TIDAL waVE OF FI5MION.MRS
Soft bones mean saved. The fencing has road leading from Ocala to Silver
tH (feeding. Call the disease all been repaired the past month. Thesuga.rcane Springs and along said section line
is medium; some of the was refused.
rickets you want to. Thepsciog Z.
seed in the garden will have to be
re following applications for -
pen- --
child ---- --
must eat the
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It win be necessary to buya ions from the state of Florida were
right food for growth. Bones suitable mill to grind the sugarcane approved: Susan P. Pyles F. J. Roberts -

taint have bone food, blood during the ,month so as to be ready to C. 0. Waldo, Mary E. Barron

lift ,t have blood food and so begin the manufacture of syrup early Emily J. Stewman, W. F. Cauthen, Julia L. T. TOMPKINS

.CIt through the list. In November. D. Hunt Alice A. Yogt Rhoda C.

v Scott's Emulsion is the right I had an interview with Mr. W. V. lull, T. A. Mathews.Mr. .
-happell about damages for hog killed E. L. Carney
reported collectIOnof
tfcatmcnt for soft bones in by his hand and offered to compromiseat $25 on account of poll taxes.It MILLINERY DISPLAY.r

t iIdren. Utttedoscic\'cr'day $5, which Mr. Chappell. as representative was recommended by the board

live the stiffness and shape of his hand, refused to accept that the nw'i of nw?, and nei of

.V: at healthy bones should have. I then gave him until Saturday to accept ne!i, sec 35: tp 17, r 22, and neft, sec' 4

How legs become straighter, and instructed the superintendent 3-1, tp 17, r 22, and com 165 ft n of sw
stronger Mr. I'riest, in case of failure on cor of sec 8, tp 15, r 22, n 105 ft, e 420
--JttDt'C; joints grow and the part of the negro who killed the ft, s 105 ft, w 420 ft. and 188 ft n and from Highest; dirt
f.rmness; comes to the soft
hog to
settle the
matter by Saturday. s by 323.3 ft e and w in nw cor of lotS
hoods to swear out a warrant and have the Scott's survey at the face value of

r Wrong food caused the party arrested and tried on Monday, certificates board believing it to be to To Trade. j

: trouble. Right food will cure it. today. Respectfully submitted, the best interest of the state and coup Highest
H. W. Long Com. in charge. ty.
In thousands of cases Scott's .
The matter of settlement! of Milligan It was recommended by the board of
Emulsion has proven to be the I claim for wood and rock on Anthony county commissioners that the comp A Special Combination of Exquisite Elegance and Refined Excellence.To .

right food for soft bones ink ,I road was on motion referred to Commissioners troller allow the redemption of sY.a of the Ladies of Ocala a Trip to Fairy Land in Ultra Fashionable Head wear.

childhood. Long and Edwards, with eU, sec 11, tp 14, r 22, and com 140

i Send for free sample. power to act. yds s of nw cor of B>; of set, soc 11, Aristocratic and Pleasing.Thursday .

SCOTT BOWNE. Chemists. It was upon motion ordered that tp 14, r 22, thence s 70 yds, e 70 yds n

-.., 400.41 purl Street. New York.MEETINO Commissioner Wartmann be and he is 70 yds, w 70 yds, 1 acre, for the sum ____ __ _
. I 44 f I eo; !!dniggikU. -- ----u -- -
( pC. hereby authorized to purchase for the of $15, the board believing that the

-- poor farm a sugar mill with three roll. best interest of the sate and county

Of THE BOARD would be subserved.The .
Fort made his report to the following justicese of the peace 16
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. board with regard to the matter referred reported fines imposed in their courts; 15 Friday Saturday 17. t

to him at last meeting of the D. L. Grantham, $100; J. M. Barksdale, .

board. Mr. Anderson was given thirty $175; G. G. Mathews, $195; R. Bullock,
Oetla Ha.. Oct 5, A. I). 1903.
days to move the obstructionacross $35; J. W. Coulter $100.

EV... The board of county commissioners roads near Patfs Island in this The following justices reported no -- -

aU I for Marlon county, Ha., met at county. Mr. Anderson agreeing to fines imposed in their courts: J. W. s 151 5 1 51 5S.SSSLSU"7.9 5t51.51515'3 SSrLSLtU-155SU i. ss.s:-t'19551515LR55S1515li :sS S br \
such time in which to remove obstructions Lyles, E. S. Smith, M. A. Rou Alex.
.It fMrt hou+e la Ocala. Fla., on thiskit any -
i day of October, A. I). 1903. upon the public roads in I Wynne, B. F. Bouchillon, W. W. Jack. p

jTwrtt: II. W. Long chairman, and this county, placed there by himself. I son, H. W. Douglass, C. C. Priest, M.M. ,j I

['c-al l *toBr J. L. Edwards, N. A. The petition asking for public road Proctor J. O. Turnipseed.Mr. '

:J'art. r. 8. Lucim and i E. L. Wart beginning at south end of Chamblisslane T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer
>saga running south on section line except reported balance, receipts and dis- HARDWARE !

yiB.ta of the Jut meeting were such crooks to the west as necessary bursements as follows:

.read and approved.Mr I to pass around Bradley pond the Road Fund
Lone made his report with ref- road to run between sections 35 and Bal. last report $117-44 r

mat to the flat at Stokes' ferry, 36, in township 15, and 1 and 2 in Treasurer's receipt 149 98 $ 267 42 .
kith report was accepted and the act township 16, range 21, until it leaves Disbursed 267 29 !!J _-.;," _-_---'-_'- .-. _-'- -f.

'you of Mr. Lone ratified. Dill for $271tptaees the established public road and make a1t ..
waa paid. ing a continuous straight road to Shady Balance. . . . . 13 5S

Mr.! Wilier Kay appeared before the Grove, was granted with the exception County Proper Fund

Mali with reference to working road of the following words stricken Bal. last report 12 Where Quality Counts, .

vttfe hind not paying road tax. Upon from said petition, via;: except such Treasurer's receipt $161 46 $ 161 58
crooks to the west as is necessary to Disbursed 161 40
motion of Mr. Wartmann. It was re- uI
oivcd that the mode of working hands pass around Bradley pond. The following i
fcU for road duty In the several district named gentlemen were appointed Balance. .. . . . 18 -- F THERE IS ONE CLASS of goods more than another
to mark and view the best F. and F. Fund
la Marion county be and theI&lIt route for the said road via: Z. C.Chambliss. Bal. last report $2973 95 111l' i where quality means a great deal it is in Hardware. The
are hereby referred to the sevtnl :
W. Jeffords Treasurer's 201 81
C. and S. R. receipt $3175 76
> members of the board of county Pyles.It Disbursed 636 31 : quality of the goods we should handle was the first Itllr.
coBBUftlontrt, each of whom are !
,hereby authorized to make such arruffmtDU was ordered by the board that an I! t thought of our buyer when ordering our immense stock of
In working the same as appropriation of $3 per month be madeto Balance . . . .$2539 45 .

ba or the? may dorm proper, conform- H. S. Reynolds, to begin November Board thereupon adjourned.H. tI Hardware. "Highest Quality" are the words we want to stand out most r 1 1t
I, 1903 on account of the support of a W. Long, Chairman.S. -

.. bf r' t&rrtto tr netU u of near the as law may be to the paralytic chUd.Commissioner. Lucius reported that T. Sistrunk, Clerk. E] I t prominent In the minds of our customers, and we shall strive to maintain .

bard Qeaptalot of county hating commissioners been made to that the he had contracted with parties to build School Exercises. 1 that standard on all the goods we sell, whether the purchase be

"; lit J. W. Randall was obstructing the flat work at, and$65 asked, and that$10 for a committee some other be The literary societies of the Ocala I I large or small. We sell under positive guarantee, and everything must

pibHc road between Grahamrille and High school department and the
to inspect the fiat and thata I/o
Dl jr. It was rtolved by the board school be up to representation or "it's no trade"
warrant be issued to Mr. Pendarvisand grammar department were
Hat Mr. Randall be and he is hereby
given to the committee to be turn- belt Friday and proved montH

WjairM to remove the obstructionsfrom ed over upon approval of the flat by I tuterrstiug.: We can furnish you anything in the line of
the said road at once. C.
l The resignation H. A. Ross, markI the committee. Which report was rry Shaw is president and Alice ali
adopted and the warrant ordered
VJ brand accepted and Bullock of the school
Inspector was secretary High ;
I drawn. Saw Mill Supplies
I fcf.: Henry E. Bran was appointed in- society and in the Grammar school N ,
Wm. Cook having applied to the
f ittttter of marks and brands at Heidtfe i r
board for reduction in the purchase of these honors are held by Frank Harris
i Instead of Mr. Ross, resigned. f Mining Supplies, I
tax certificates covering the e% of jr., and Fannie Robinson.
I Mr. bong reported that he had re- t
ttkeed from liable to i net of nwvj, sec 9, tp 15, r 22, tha ap- All inn otlicers acted well their
persons tr
refused by the board. Turpentine Supplies
j' 4 ditty la Cotton Plant district, for plication was parts. The program consisted of ,
The board thereupon adjourned until GI'
vhfeh amount be filed the count essays, readings and recitations and SI
9 o'clock.
tomorrow morning at Etc.
i Umwtr's receiptllommlwioner Farming Implements
each the
room principal event was a
i I? Fort reported that he -
,b.. rwwlvtd from persons liable toJoad Tuesday. October 6, 1903. debate. I
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lu the High school the subject was, .
ditr. $!4i5, for district No. .t, and Board met pursuant to adjournment.All .
fled iv ,4pt from the county treasurer members present, except E. L. "Resolved that the state should

\\If th. same. Wartmann, who had been excused. furnish free text books to the pupilsof I.
Open motion It was resolved that Upon motion it was ordered that L. the public! >schools," Ailirnintive, t In fact we are prepared to furnish you with any article usually L

,b. krk of this board be and he is S. Light be and he is hereby insti uctedto Herbert Counts, Frankie Cole and yI .

.., instructed to get up proper keep fishermen off of the public Hibbert found in an Hardware Store, and at a small' margin of j
Edwin cSpeucer. Negative,
\goon. of m ipta and summons fortad road running over his plantation.The Ii I II
Weathers Minnie :tCarslUle and 1 -
work In this county under the resignation of S. L. Redding as ,
K&ev law.arr. inspector of marks and brands was ac- Lelia Farris. Judges, ham Seagu, profit, Give us a call.

i Long made his report on the cepted. i!. Louise Harris lI.u,1IiSi: Moore. The p 1

[poor farm, which is as follows: The resignation of Andrew J. Turner affirmative side won.
(To tint Honorable Hoard of County as cattle inspector at Dunnellonwas I
In the mer school the subject
fO&mml*.lonern. Marion Co., Fla.; accepted and C. L. Dean appointed gram COMPANY-
I visited the pour farm September inspector in his stead. was "Resolved that city life is preferable MARION HARDWARE

10, and respectfully report to-wit: Su Upon motion it was ordered that the to C'ountr'life." The affirmative

prrintvndenl's salary, $35; extra field commission appointed to lay out the side easily won a favorable decision

"I; $J.SO; regular field hand, $13; road known as the Shady Grove road These Friday afternoon exercisesare I r Northwest Corner Court House Square. ri

, i tnr and Ironing, $1; cook for September ue and they are hereby instructed to very interesting and the patrons

$3; total amount for labor, disregard the petition so far as it recites FLORID
of the school invitedto
and irieuds are c-
IJ8.0; It-ttuce seed, $1.60; spaying 12 which side of Bradley pond the

hop $1.30; account with Rheinauer road should be laid out upon. be present. I !

t Co., $1.93. Mclver & MacKay, $3.30, James Harvell, W. V. Chappell and Spent More Than $1,000.W. ,-, _
'-' 0 i
1L II. Masters $20.35 Tydings & Co., C. C. Priest are appointed as a commission \.1I 51S515L5'SSL5L4S555SSt'S -li.i55515L5Li515.5U-15'5 SS1SR555i5Z5'S55S555t5'S5L' 'SL 555LnSR5 S15S515S ".
W. Baker, of Plainview, Xeb., ..... v ----
t.H, Ocala Wagon Works, 40 cents; to mark out the road from the writes: "My wife cutfered from lung

[tout amount of expenses, $98.30. poor farm to Anthony, chartered by trouble for fifteen years. :She; tried a

Credit by sorghum syrup and cab- the board at the September meeting numbrr of doctors and spent over Real Estate! I Tell Us YourFurniture

\\19, ".:5; net expenses $97.05. and commonly known as the $1,000 without relief. She became .

There has been housed 225 bushels Priest road. very low and loot all hope. A friend Real Estate!

I f corn. which made an average of 17 The following bonds to carry firearms recommended Foley'a Honey and Tar Troubles!
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were aproved and licenses ordered and thanks to this great remedy it
"It Cost Right to the Spot"Wbeu
drawn: W. D. Sheppard, D. L. saved her life. She eDjoY 1 better Your wants in this line for And we will prove to you that they are not troubles at all,
pain or irritation exists on Grantham, E. T. Burleson, Jos. S. health than she has (known in ten but wanderings of the imagination. when you imagine you

ny part of tbe body, the application Thomas, Jos. J. Fort, J. D. Boyt, R. H. years." Refuse substitutes Post- City or County Property have furniture troubles it is a delusion and one that is easily dis

Ballard'a Snow Liniment will give Redding, C. L. Dean, S. S. Cleveland, office Drug Store. m Groves etc. pelled. Come around to our store and let us explain to you how j
milt relief. "Il goes right to the J. B. Waldron W. H. Mason H. P. Orange can easy it is to furnish your house at a very reasonable cost and i
A Beautiful Calendar much advance We will sell furniture if
Griggs, L. P. Cox. be supplied. Special attention without capital. you (
lot rub-
," Bald an old man who was Bond of N. V. Watkins filed and laid Mr. B. E. Raysor placed on our you desire it) on the small weekly payment plan at prices lower

jog it In, to cure IU: rheumatism. over until the meeting of the board in desk Friday afternoon a very hand- given rentaccounts. than other houses will ask you for the same goods cash down.
It HiuitU, proprietor Smith house, To be convinced that the above is not the ideal dream of a
D..bal Texas, writes: I have uedI.rd' November next. some calendar which besides contain- theorist call and see what we have to offer and the price we ask.
of S. E. Rowe to sell
The application
: 's Know Liniment in iiiy (am- ing the face of a lovely girl containsthe W. DITTO Yours for Business,
liquor, wines and beer in district No ,
several years and have found advertisement of Mr. Raysor's IF.
: 24 was filed and the notice as required
I- toes tine remedy for all aches by law ordered published, to be takenup brands of favorite Florida orangesthe J. A. PITTMAN & SON.
pd !I..lolln the throat and chest. 25c. Real Estate and Insurance.
i by the board in December next. "Ocala Crescent Belle": and the
and $1.00 at Antl-:Monopoly Drug I
l The petition asking for a road to I Pineapple."
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- r THE RACE PROBLEM and Dixon'! line, and which couldbe
referred to were it ntscetwary.What '
To the Editor ot the Ocala Banner.I ia to be done with the negro? ; ,
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All Visitors to Jacksonville Should M

See This Interesting Place have read with interest the recent That if the question which time may TAKESJENGEANCEi, THE LIFE I r ,_ ;, .f..... .,

articles in your piper on the race aid in answering. It is manifest that n t'
:Many of our people will visit!: Jacksonville The loathsome and repulsive of all ._ ... I
mobt ;
question and your request for a div 6 Year Old
I of Little
i one section of our country is as determined Slayer
the vilest and
the early part ot next monthto living things is the serptnt, and
participate in the festivities of cussion of it through its! columns. I as the other when broughtface Boy Lynched.JAILER most degrading of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. T.e

During the past three years I have I to face with the proposition, not serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison pas-"*
Carnaval week, and while the citi- through the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, btg'inninrith A litt"ulcer : *
z -08 or the metropolis promise theirC had opportunity to devote little to !submit to negro dOluinatiou. WAS soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the

runny cousins. tha t they shall have study to the development of this Is the colonization of the negro, of the B wan Said To at whole system. Painful ewellings appear in the groins, a red rash and

problem in both north and south, andit which we hear talked of, a practicable copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and threat
entertainment of the highest! order Particularly Atrocious, the Body BOoing become ulcerated, and the hair and eye brows fall out; but these symptoms

while guests! of the city, note of the is my opinion that an adjustmentof proposition? If not, is a more Horribly Mutilated When Found. are mild compared to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the latter

will be the difference in views of the two feasible plan that of setting aside a stages of the disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the
Attractions presented more Waa Under S witar
Slayer Death c"
: sections will have to be effected before reservation for him in the United body. It is then that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideout-
interesting to the average person than ness. The deep eating abscesses and sickening ulcers and tumors sh"W
the question can be amicably pet- States as we have for the Indian, aud Hamilton Mont Oct. .-Walter : is and and unless relief comes *&,a
a visit to the ostrich farm. Jackson the convicted murderer ofFonay the whole system corrupted poisoned,
;. located of the tied. governing him as the Indian is governed I this serpent disease tightens its coils -and crushes out the life The onr
The farm is just east Buck a 6-year-old boy, Wastaken
antidote for tM awful virus is S. S. S. It is nature's romoJy, r '::,.
city and id easy accessible via the The two points emphasized most or shall we apportion him A from Jail late last; night by a posed entirely of vegetable ingredients. S S S.

streetcar lines. It is situated on a vigorously by the north in regard to part of our country aud live as the mob and lynched. Shortly before midnight destroys every vestige of the poison, purifies Co
75 masked all with
beautiful blutt of the bt. Johns river, the southern negro are: first, that he two races lived in the valley of the rifles or shotguns men, forced their way blood and removes all danger of transmitting tl;.e
else will do t1J
awful taint to others. Nothing :
an ideal spot for such an enterprise. is not being educated;second, that he s'ile:? A. M. faMixii, through the rear of the jail and overpowered -* Strong mineral remedies, like mercury and p ,tasa,

The raising of these plume birds in does not enjoy the social rights and Wichita, Kans.f Jailer Stephen Jackson, dry up the sores and drive in the disease, but do not cure ptraarentlv
pleaded piteously for mercy, but was book and write us if in need of medial
privileges that he should enjoy. The Send for home treatment
Florida is comparitively a new industry our
o cure a cold in one day rushed out Into. the street where the will
This cost nothing.
advice special information. you
: and the promoters are succeeding north argues that as soon as the south Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- mob had already provided themselves or
educates its black population and rope. rope was
far beyond their expectations. lets. All druggists refund the moneyit
thrown over the electric light pole
It hu grown from a small obscure meets it on Ii footingof social equality, it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's and the noose placed about Jacksan's J =--:-

business to one of large proportions the graveness of the situation will signature is on each bx.-25c neck. He wag asked If he had anything !; NUtnrJI.!! !! fi!!.. !iE J1jjjJ !!!!!!!!!:! lnll JO

and of national interest. disappear, and we can arrive at a Engagement Announced. to say, but only pleaded for r
mercy. The mob then pulled him
.t. To those who have never seen the peaceable solution of the question Capt. and Mrs. A. 0. McDonell. of Into tha air, after which they quietly STORE.

ostrich 'except in menageries after without difficulty.It Fernandina, have issued invitationsto dispersed.; Not a shot was fired. ?

being dragged over the country for does not need a second thought the marriage of their daughter, The identity of the mob leaders is'' _
unknown. Jackson's body was soon t
years, these well kept birds will not to convince one who baa any knowledge (alas Lila McDonell, to fir George cut down by the sheriff and coroner I Medicine is one thing that elands between life and de,tth. Your

be recognized as the same species. of the south's position in this Roux, thewedding to occur on Wed- and removed to the morgue. physician writes a prescription that will do you good if properly put

Tne farms are tenor off into lots,? of matter that the arguments are based, nesJay: the 21st at 6:30 o'clock at the The murder of little Foccy Buck m up and good pure drugs used. We are now prepared to fill ('nscrlp'tions
was particularly atrocious. at short, notice with drugs from Park, DiivU & Co., aud! other
various sizes, each accommodatingthe either upon ignorance or a desire to Methodist church in that city.
When the boy's body was found 1ID equally reliable: Louses. It i. worth your while to think on this i
birds of different ages. Borne of "make the balk for the other fellow Miss! MacDonell is quite a belle and was horribly mutilated. Suspicion subject and insist on your prescriptions heiug brought there where

the older: ones are fully ten feet It fire." is well known throughout Florida. I pointed' to Jackson, and when he was nothing but tbe very best drugs that ran be procured are u-e arrested a lynching was narrowly
in height and weigh as much as 350 Mr. Roux is a prominent rail Medicines.
As a brief answer to the first accusation young averted. HJi trial quickly followedand Full Line of Standard Patent ;

pounds. There are now on the farm let us see what the south is road man of Fernandina and is:: pop' a verdict was returned within two l

ostriches from three weeks old to the doing in an educational way to ad ular in both business and social hours. He was sentenced to be hanged &

"old stagers" of twenty-five. One of vance her colored inhabitants. We circles and their marriage will bi a supreme, but his court attorneys appealed to the Our Line orfiqe riJ

the interesting features of this place find upon investigation that she has prominent social event. Toilet Soaps, Peraur1)ery) fancy Statit'nery Etc

is the racing ortrich,Oliver W.jr. He upwards of 20,000 educational institutions CAOORLEAOERASSAULTED.. BACK FROM EUROPE. Cannot tIe surpasrwt in central Florida, and as to price, Wt" ran }

has a record of .:0r, and when hitch including schools, normals, Booker T. Washington Returns F rots -I only say, that we prop"t' standing strictly up to wtt our naf1le k"

ed to his pneumatic tired buggy presents colleges and universities, for the Michael Donnelly, of Chicago Victim Vacation in Old Country. indicates. ,

a sight worth going many miles education of the of Vicious Attack. New York Oct. 15.-Booker T. .:
negro exclusively Give Us Call
Chicago, Oct 15.-Michael Dcmn I- a ,
Washington. just returned from ,<1I
a vacation
io see. aud that there are over 1,300,000 en ly, International president i of the International
!In Europe, has been welcomed ElHTI-MOHOPOL Y DRUG STOltE.
There is on exhibition at the showrooms : rollments. This certainly does not Anialsaa.ated Meat Out home at a meeting of 3,000 negroet I ;,
lers' and Butcher ,TVorkmcn lies at J. WI CASTEL Prop.
the most beautiful collectionof look like an educational boycott of here. ,
hia! home re-covering from:: vicious,!! assault
plumes that can possibly be gotten the race. Further, as a point for our that is alsed to have fcea lest!, In responding l to numerous addresses
he said the opportunities for education Ca JrLGHJ .zre L6 '"!tiv'!'uFh'J 'nC.uJL3L a1iE: :i i.:) L1u'L ri i'. e.9r 01 :.'r11
r together anywhere; and the line ot northern friend to think over, we gated by the labor:: 1 leaders! rvho,are o P and labor here are much better than

made-up goods such as boas, fans posing he! ate:,'ts to purify tie ChIcago the -
quote from the Encyclopedia on poorer classes get on the other
Federation of Labor.! .
4 pompons, etc., is simply beyond a pen Social Reforms book ,
a .0
compiled bye Donnelly attached the nightof I" :
was! on
description, and must be seen to tF we consider, one of the ablest authorities September 22 T:te returning:: froma "save"The more poorer money classes than there the ,negro" he said people :I.i.i't\ : b f1 I at'

fully appreciated. A woman who can on this subject in the United meeting of the packing trades council here, although they earn lees. :.. ,
the Central Trace Union body o! "On : fJf ,,[
look upon the beauties here displayed I States follows the other hand In point of ;
as : "There
are mores the stock yards. For ten days the general morality. I think that our propie 1 j'.1 H 1\11r Is a veritable dragon of ill-health It leaves
without a flutter of coveteou ness more physical wrecks than
1 signs of improvement in the negro in doctors expected little hope; of his recovery here compare favorably kith the : I ea:,e peculiar Americana.probably any other one d.i. I'

truly void of taste for everythingbeautiful. the south than there are in the and gave: out a report that he lower classes of Europe." .. 1.r ,"" of the WHY malady? Simply the because upon the flrn Indication
I was suffering from a physical breakdown ,'" system is usually scourged with
north." While abroad Washington! took n? 'tJ. quinine or ttat deadly mineral-calomel.
caused by overwork. Private the ..U.!.. Don't Do It. It's Dangerous. It
of .
} study dairies and dairy products : : at an
Mr. Wm. W. Ford, who recently] necessary either. Vi e positively guaranteeHERBINE
In to detectives were set to work and they
answer second accusation:! ; In Normandy. He believes: conditions
took charge of the farm, is making have just announced that the guilty
i. e., "not enough social equality," there can be adapted to Tuske-
men are known and will be arreste
? many improvements thereon, and will gee with great success.BLOODSHED \oPliTEnanaf: M.mcarctaa.ra for,, of .
we say that social equality or as coon as the instigators of the assault purely herbal. ILu til lha Tlrtuc malall of It b
anything tending to the pleasure of ,1 and ealomool-Dooo ot tt At d4ly5.c.* qllJ aIDe.
mutual are required. When Donnelly
corrects all
aseociatiohisimpossible. liver.
'l'beone kidney and
FROM STRIK=::. nnmatb Ira Me*,
those who visit this interesting place won't on July 5 charged the secretary of a 50o per bottle. AU DruUlats.
permit it and the other
is carefully looked after by him and a large Employers' association wit: Nonunion Negro
i doesn't-or at least 8houldn'twantit. Fatally Wounded I In
"fixing" leaders: he was told by outside
of assistants. He is Nw Orleans
capable corps a
; No intelligent person of either parties to "keep his hands off." He New I
Orleans, Oct
pleasant! and courteous gentleman continued the eight and as a result
", race favors:iocial.t'q uali ty and its inevitable from the coal wheelers':
I and never tires telling big guests all charges were made: against several of
strike on the river front
result, amalgamation. Civi occurred today
the most prominent members of th; '
about his interesting: proteges.: when Neleoa
lization in the first ages of its developmtnt trade unions in the city. Then came Griggs, a nonunion
By all means visit the ortrich farm | was threats of personal ,!violence but these negro, was shot In the abdomen and t'r
constantly menaced by
when in the metropolis. Donnelly! ignored, declaring that he fatally wounded. Joe Bernard, a striker
the threatened supremacy of the would clear the who escaped, Is charged with havIng '
up case at any cost
Bee advertisement first of
page black race, and it was only after The attack on Donnelly came just at done the shooting. The tug ,nl.

this issue of the Ocala Banner.! many bard fought battles and long the opening of the series of confer.ences' mot was about to land a number cf

between the Amalgamated Meat nonunion men when the strikers SreJonher. Constipaloa
Death of Ex-Oov. Mitchell. years of struggle that the advance off r
Cutters and Butcher Workmen and the Only Griggs was hurt.

Tampa is mourning the death [ the tribes of Africa were checked packing interests of the country. 1)I

her foremost citizeu, lIon. Henry I.. But, without resorting! to history, we Donnelly was to have acted as WAYCRCSS MYSTERY. t: a npexi'! nS
apokesmen for the men and all knew
Mitchell.i evidence in our own that | No Clew to Disappearance[ of Man: and .
his absence: from the meeting ccna i v r'551- Th-a her's ycur beauty?
" For several mouths the revered time that the mixture and intermarriage would mean demoralization. His closeadvisers Coy.Wapcrowa Keep tis system ir. good order by taking a

of distinct and officials of the Ga., O<:t 11.-Paul Carver # ; a
citizen has been in ill health but the races results in i
realized this and the i5-/earold boy Will Glade, LIVER PILLS
i l low, degenerate and gave out the report .I
oilipriug. As
immediate cause of his death was an example that he was temporarily 111. who disappeared! Saturday night, are

heart failure. of this fact we point out SouthAmt'rICl. Vice President C. E. Schmidt of tht still missing- .oTONIG PELLETS.

, He was a splendid type of the set f- No race prejudice exists union took his place at the head of All dG; long searching parties have ai.4 good Hood, good digestion and good health will keep

made man and by his bigheartedness j. | there. Since thedays of its discover y the commission which dealt with the been scouring the swamps and ponds the roses n your cheeks. Ramon', Later Pills and Yjya
packers! and the north of the city looking for the bodIes
f men were paclSed Tonic Psliets genJy 3s>.ist n.ijre. Free eain le and
aud rigid honesty and uprightness miscegenation has been tolerated. with the Information that he was of the man and:: boy but co clewas cccuei at dealers, or unii ta
r fairly grounded himself into the But to bring our subject back home. working under Donnelly's orders. to their cisappeararx: has bee
, obtained. Its: the belief BROWN MFO. CO
affections of the people of Florida We find that the people of the north, genial
Engineer Killed at Hs! Post Lere that they left on some of the New rork and
I and his own immediate section that when it conies to following their own Elizabeth City N. C. Oct. IS-The trains Saturday night but many are Qrceeertie! '

: knew him best loved him best. advice, are as loatbe to recognize southbound Norfolk and Southern passenger firmly convinced that they hare metwith Tenn. /" '
train was wrecked here by foul play. !
social equality as the of J,
He was a member of the legislature people the
.,. open switch. and Engineer. WilliamSeay When Carver and: the boy left the j
district; circuit court | outh. In recent years there has received injuries
attorney, about the head Blades home Saturday: night both woretheir !

: judge, supreme judge, governor, clerk been extensive emigration o( negroes '* that caused his death shortly aft er- working e'ults. !

I of the circuit court and treasurer of from the southern states to the northeastern wards. The engine and caboose car An incident leads several to believe i iPOST 1
which were turned over, were badly the foul play theory.

; Hillsborough county, and whether in states. Oue of the places in camaged and the track torn up for a A small negro boy entered a restAurant J

;. public or private life commanded the which this influx of black populationis considerable distance. A sharp cur '8 and asked for change for $20 i OFFICE D1IUG STOISE OCALA: I'4t.

, full confidence and esteem of his fel most noticeable is Philadelphia. So close to the switch prevented the engineer In currency. The restaurant proprietor -

lowcitizens.The from seeing the signal In time Questioned him, and the boy told
, remains of the lamented citizen the race question has been brought; i to stop the train. The fireman jumped him that a negro on the outskirtsof j
home to the section of the from the cab but the We Want.u jf
will be laid to rest today. countrywhich engineer reversed the city sect him to have the money
I has been so zealous in condemning his lever and stuck to his post e.ha.nged.'ben the negro left the res

I Disastrous Fire In Gainesville. the south for the Uurant he was followed, but on pas s-
manner in
Case Before Supreme Court. lag !a dark alley darted away and was t
\ Gainesville had a disastrous fire which it has treated the colored man. Raleigh, N. C., Oct. 15.-In the supreme loot in the darkness. Every Grower in the State

: early yesterday morning which destroyed The exponents of the so-called "causeof court the notable case of the Carver had two $20 bank: notes be-

the stables and entire stock of the negro" now have opportunityfor Registers! Is being argued. Their! counsel tides considerable other cash when To Have Our Books. t
is Congressman J. D. last seen.
Belamy. The[
Messrs. Crawford and Davis. The practicing what they preach; i. e., Registers father and son, are In the 1

lose involved the following: Twenty: brotherly love and social equality.Are penitentiary here for safe-keeping, the "Watch the Kidneys."

five head of valuable horses and jail at Whiterille, Columbia "When they are affected life is I injj "FLORIDA VEGETABLES' ; :' A complete manual on Florida crot.,
it .
they doing ? 2fo. What are county 1.0IUn.\ It.\\(.l.. : Book ot "pt'Cialinterest to Orange (lrotsen,
s mules, valued at from $1?5 to $200each they doing They are acting like not considered safe. The father danger says Dr. Abernethy, the h FLUltlltrt STIt.\, .""HEIUUES;' Booklet on 8011' Varieties, C Q invatlon -
under life sentence and. the son Is under great English physician Foley's and F rtihzat ion;' 'Ii

five Jew buggies, five wagons regular southerners. For instance, sentence to be. hanged. The execution Kidney; Cur makes sound kidneys "IRISH POTATOES;' Booklet on "Soil Seed, Planting, Effect or Ftet

and a magnificent building, to which in Philadelphia separate schools have would have been held last Postoflice Drug Store. m tilizer Digeineand! : h'JJng.1I '
an addition had just been made 'P1\FtPPLE rERTlLIZIXG," Of special interest PlnwpHJ

aggregating but for the
been established for the education of appeal to the supreme Jrower*. -! -
a total loss of 15000. For the OcVlawaha River Trade. -
the negro. Every means that will I in court IDE.4L FEKTIIJZEU.S"lfiook: showing all our difftreot brand ft: 1
There was also in the building a ,- -_ Two boats for the Hart line and one *_* alyses,!prices, etc !

quantity of hay, several hundrednl any;, way contribute toward the Corrmissisner! Poole Made Judge. for the Lucas line are nearing completion -

and a large lot of new harness elimination of the danger of social Montgomery, Ala., Oct 14.-R. R. I
Poole, commissioner! of agriculture of! at Palatka. New mid KeiKed liiion j
which had
just been received. '" \lJocJII-tl.llb-*
contact is being adopted, in order to this etate and president of theCotton These boats will ply between Palatka IMied Sent Free for Asking.
Notwithstanding the fire occurred .
make the isolation of the negro more States Association of Commissionersor f1
Y after two o'clock in the morning the' Agriculture, has been selected and Silver SpringfOImKIDNiYCURE*. .: .<
as one
What is
complete. true of Philadelphia
Gainesville Bun contained a full account of the Judges of the state fair to be
of it. is true af many other sections hell at Macon, Go. CommissionerPoole WILSON a TOOMEFJ FERTILIZER COMPHY : i f

Truly: Jesse Burts"never sleeps." of the country north of the Mason's j ulll leave here on Oct 22. Makes Kidneys and Bladder Riga JACKSONVILLE ;
FLORIDA. gealr.

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; HUNDRED HOUSESWREGKEDBY -- Mr. Lovett is a very determined mat

F RELATIONS BETWEEN TRIAL OF TILLMANAT and he will doubtless keep up the hun: J. F. EDWARDS'BIG ,
until his: assailants are brought to jus


Great Damage at Village at A Berlin
>ort Says They
Further Prison GommJ3k Acts on Case of Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.F.iMOt'S ;
Proceedings In the
Button ville N. J.
Mils --
DeCris. XI
Have Reached -
I Crisis I ---I ..., .
Celebrated Case. Atlanta Ot 13. -Tie efforts to secure -- -- !
HIGH EMBANKMENT BQt! lCS. WAR MAY BE DECLARED SOON. a pardon for iLamla D Cris have <
TESTIMONY IS NOW CONCLUDED. come to naught. The prison commission I I ..-s... ''i
Water Poured Into DuttroAville, Carrying Situation In the Far Cast: Seems to has declined to recommend thaIth'3 _. i I I i "... ;
Solicitor! Thurmond pardon be grafted. .. V : ... :
Everything before It-Many Point: to Hostilities Between the tBe.3r fcegan Opening AdDress .::: = : ::. : ::r:
During the height of the sensation '
: :' ::11 \
Beginning with Review of the w. = .$
Houttt Were Moved From Thif and Ftowery Klnidom--Gr Brit growing: out of the whipping! of Miss -::- ::. i -r. 't "

f Foundations.-RePOrta! of Flood. ain's Part. Testimony Adduced by the State. DeCrle, there wa a good deal of talk :.;:.:-_--II_:_ i'I ,' <-= C..:. ..,. <.!

Refua to Editorials In The State. about a concerted movement in .1 'T-II: I. .m .w i
{ hunts, N. J, Ooc 13.-Tte vOhiga Berlin. Oct. 13.-The relation between behalf of a pardon for her but this did'not .v :-:: o) I: "z-= :!, t:

of DuttonvltJo, near hoar: was ooo ol : Japan and Russia has reacheda Lexington, S. Cv Oct. 13.-When the materialize. Tte only papers in z.. I i I ..w IIIWL C- r.- i
f tie wont sufferers by the flood of y-- criiia, aoowdlng to the offklal view trial of J. II. Tollman was resumed this the ease when it was taken up by the -- :A:!. rC_ s,

f ttrtUy but &o fir as known there vuiB here.The morning: couBtx>l agreed to alternate in prison commission for consideration! :: .; ;!
'r loss of human lira exact nature o! the! diplomatic aliresskig: the Jury, counsel for the defense were two petitions: one from Morgan ) :
Ovf 100 houses ware sorest It way exchangos between the two govern. announcing that but *xir of their county signer! by Ordinary Peacock rJ :; ,

UJ mmof them were wrecked. by ments that brought out Ute present ouniher would fcptak. Mayor Barton of Madison aad --' w 3
the breaking of a 15-foot embaafament tensIty appear to ba unknown at the Solicitor Thurmond before opening 57 others: the other from Ocllla. sign AXIIEI'NEIl a 1IISCI1 IIEER .i
of the Erie r;'lroad, te&ad wtleb legation. of the two countries hen! the argument a dm.ed the court oa ed by 84 ciUze&s, the fret name on the -
i- immense volume of water haJ jitt or at U legations! at St. Petersburg the state'srtsjuest for instructions toc..e l llt Uin<< W. U Terrell FINE WINE:- WHUKIEB and BRANDIES. 1
u M;$:.oo Rye or Bourbon at.._._...__. .... 51.75 Sly{4 oo Gin at.._. .. ,_, ,___, .,.. i
wed Water poured tocourrioi DuUoi 4lle, TuUo. through at St. Petersburgand jury as to the law in the case: These petitions recited the detailsof My VI.50 .' -......... ...... :oo My *.oo North Carolina Corn I
\ everything before it. Tokio it Ii naderAood Gnat Britata the oUdtor: giving the state's ialeri- the .AUa.goOO episode! and urged that My. Joo ................ 2.56 My 2.50" .. 1.-... {
My 4.00 ._....__._.... 3.00 My 3.00" h .. .. .. I
The village of Wallingtoo, a erbaib is privy to Japant n>orw&eti(. UUoo of the law. the whipping was reason enough, for My: i.oo Gin it ..........._.,_- _........ ..... 1.75 My. 4.00 .' h .. .. .. M.. \M xisWY f
If thfe city, was aubmergud by tuna t M 10:W o'clock Solicitor Thurmond the pardon of the woman. The commission .... '__? My 4.00 New England ........_.. .... t
J. to U feet of water, ctrl the chat etab Lon two, Oct 11-In r At. of the r. benae the tH&i g addrosd to the Jury evidently Mid not see how The jug; awl 'gTr d Made a Special Feature f

nAt about In boats Wlsy assuring tatem cts ot the foreign of- optoeln with a iwiw of the: testimony that was warrant for pardon. Without In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jags. Half-gallon jugs, Igallon
At leant 100 bouiiee have been mar l1ctals and Duron H&yaeei that bcaeilitw addwwd ty the lUte. giving any reasons lu detail the tog 15Cgallon;: jug,2so:;gallon jug 35c; k gs.$1.I r
sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house la Fleridabecause I give good i. s
td from their fouflditloaa. aoJ I in acsc tJQ.i b4> ew Ruaaia u4 J&pa are hami The *>lk1fcu arid that the editorials coramtesloa simply "d-e<-Mne.1 to recom eitrooo.and lull measure 't
sues they Lave beau turned eywietse nee t, the mjn t rkiii IBMFM of the in The Btnt-e were before the Jury to mend" in its paper transmitted to the A tnalorder wilt Youra"loU8tOBle"convince you thafwe. are the people." Term I nib with the order. f

;, era*. Russian nod Japttneao fleets and the show the fyeara fcilstiflg bunreen the governor. J. F. EDWARDS. f fi
excited mate of public opictoc In Japan defendant and Mr. Gonzales, and in tf
NEWS FROM KLONDIKE. 'I.' are bamming to caus disqelet In this conn ction dwelt upon the freedom TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.An :

I Great Brtttin which by r %* i of her of the prese. Going into the details
Killed In Drunken Quarrel-Vufco* alliance with Japan, la lntimaey! concerned h* addressed the Jury on testimony attempt was made to wreck trail Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! I
Navigation Dangerous. hi 27 actiuQ vhica the latter of the principal witnesses for the No. 1 on the Norfolk division of th

Seattle, Nash, Oct. 12.-A spncial: may take In the Far BaA. OcJjr the slate comparison with that of the wit- Southern railway Saturday afternool: The boys and girls of Marioncountyaremarchingtoand 5
from Dawson to The Post-Inteigac ? moat sanguine persona bfftewe that lathe nft5 >!! for the defense contending for by persona who piled croes-ties aad t
today says that Cfcarlt HUt, kited event of bottllltlAJ tty oewW ba the showing m.1..!e by the state. He fish plate on the The east from tt
.& man earned Massey at Ft. Gibbons kept within! the limits which wonli concluded at 11:13 a. m. air" saw the obstruction!. in time tt ., :7T-; school. Our shoes are just the

Wednesday. la a drunken quarrel free Great Britain from bc obligation stop his train. kind that will stand more wear I

HIlt7 t* la JaJl and dalms sell Ce to support her Japanese illy. Even HUSBAND UNDER SUSPICION.Blydenbcug Judge John It Reagan. postmaster: L\t and harder kicks than other a
< lease Baron IhyaaM. who heretofore has general of the confederacy and the :
Th. freight ocwxBfisUon of the Yukon ridiculed aU suggestion of war is not I Charged With Murder of only rurvttkig member of the cabinet dealers will sell you for the rt J

(I"OW8roni Navigation( In so optimistic today. Indirectly: be ad Third Wife* declares in an Interview that the same price. We can supplySHOES I
place* OD the Hound rtrer la now dM mite the possibility of war by expj-CBfi- New York Oct. 13.-Prosecutor Noble American republic U doomed and that t
geroue. Several loadftd boats may Ing the hope that In the event of a crl- of ELdora, Iowa, bee been in he wishes Texas to remain intact thai \
not be able> to get through. A gQaa' sin Japan will have the active sympathy Brooklyn In"t..stJ.Ja.t1ng the cw&tb of the it may once more become the r pub I
tltjr of freight will be left at WhiteHorse of her ally Great DriUin first and serood wivee! of K>ene er S. lie of Tesas. for every member of the family

for the viator.. Iadepbodent While refusing to credit the report Blydonbcr. who hae been arrested in The northeast gale off the Virgtali from the youngest to the oldest ;
boat are reaping a han t, chai tnlarneue t of an ultimatum having ten delivered EWora. charged with the murder of coast hu exceed, but evidaoce of destruction
3 prices for trmspoltatkn, Baron H..aa.hJ a&mitted that the diplomatic hid third wife: by arsenical: poisocJng.TU are gourd on every hand and at low prices. AVe keep up

situation had chaff fct.De Oct 'N ath of Bl)- KILLED BY PITCHFORK. 8. and that the developme.i. easy Qacs Emily II. Hawklca occurred at Stony below Norfolk, while the shore U shapes. Give us a call.
arisen from the failure of &.e f'sat Brook L. I., five years o o.Biydtsiburg's strewn with wreckage for miles.A .
Partner Meets Death In Rather tasty to fulfill their eogneeseol to egeatate second wife was Laura
I liar Manner. Manchuria on that cat Ik bow Godboid.; aged 19 at her marriage. raid baa been made on the Chi The W J Chambers Shoe Co
of Boston and about 3<(X ,
nose quarter 't1Ie,Gas Oct 1LThe death ever, had beard oothin fxxn Ua government She was the daughter of J. a Godbold,
: e| Bl Utarr, which occurred in" ram! oa the subject a wealthy and retired merchant, of Celestials arrested. The murder of I
act, Che Foot the of the! Chinese atout a week ago, by high Opera Houe Illock, Second Door From Corner.
elite wu from a very peculiar source latest l Brooklyn. She died Feb. 14 1900 and :
toot About a month ago he was alarming Bawa. la several hundred $6.000 insurance on her life is said tc binders, was the cause of the wholesale Ocala Florida.
arrests. -
c UUlin( ap hay and after the last miles from Ma-San-Pho. BO the report have boon paid to Blyd nburg. Mr. -
t k4 wu rwnly to be moved, he threw of Japans military movement there Godbold her father said that his Charles A. Oood I, a pitchfork he had beau using. w are likely to be a repetition of similar daughter's body was embalmed verysoon ager of the Rock Island severs his -
Ik* prwg forwarti, under hie bugs stories circulate last week which late after her death and that the cause: connection with the road at the enl

Mat ic the buggy and drove of. accounts minimized. of her death was not placed In the doc of this month.

He bad gone only a little lap tor's certificate until after her funeral Railroad passenger agents will ho!' More Than a
rtes, U ceadlag a am.aU hill, Ul4 Washington. Oct II.-AtAAe from ei- The doctor his since died. annual convention at New Orleans this

teas caxryiAg the load of bay befall I tenalve military preparation by both "I have every reason to believe that week.

aim raa rloleatly! asaln' the aid of nations the Japanese legation her ia my daughter's death was caused by Eighteen CAMs of yellow fever and

ti* kaodte of the pitchfork and drove not advised that either Runes or Japan poison and investigation ought to determine one death are reported at Laredo, Tex $ MILLION DOLLARS $
"f OC4 of the prongs far Into his foot bee ba yet committed! an act el i l by whom it was a&ntatoterej: Baron Von Rosen. Russian mlnistei ;
Wood poltoa soda set In end altiough war. The Japanese mtnieU ia be aid Mr. Godbold. "1n Brooklyn, B1y.der.burr .
Yokohama U
to Japan, at awaiting In
/ Mr. Marr weighed 200 pouadi ing oofiitittJy &4S.e1 by eablegram was a member of the Epworth fctructions from his"ernm6nt in the of Florida Capital '
L &A4... of flee physical build &00ru. from Toklo of the sltuatfao and rea.lie Methodist church but v&a dismissed guar-
matter of negotiations proceeding be
aQ the piytldanu couij do for bim Ing its gravity be la moving with great from It"Alabama tween Japan and Russia. antees this pure vege- ;
VM done, h* rrew continuously: wonoe caution. Th negotladoM between
aatit hoe died Russia and Japan aocordti;.g to bis a* General Cteina.of Colombia, proposed:
vice era gtlll in progreas,and there U 'Pardon Board Meets candidate of the Carlist party for the table remedy to cure or

KILLED IN RUNAWAY. hope of a diplomatic settlement of the I Montgomery, Ala., Oct 13.-Th< presidency boa become complicated back. r
,. question at Issue. The minister today state pardoning board, composed 04. a projected revolutionary outbreak or money .

Man and Woman Death al Fib authorized the Associated Pros Attorney General Massey Wilson Secretary the IsthumuA.
villa, 0*. to mate the following statement: Hut of State J. T. Heflin and Auditor It ia reported at Berlin that American !

Fiorina. Gas Oct 12.-Joho faster, attention being called to a certain unauthorized Thomas Sowell. met Saturdaj financial houses have arranged tc
all wif* CIa Latter, and John King gtatement attributed to him morning! but only took up two cases take two hundred million roubles 01 Cures:

three & |m 4 from the country, got that the public utterances of the Japanese Fred )Marshall of Monroe county whla < the loin to be I laeuM at St. Petersburg Catarrhal affection of"the .t \ Q
4lInk burs and getting! in a buggy people are all in favor of war charged! with murder, was recommended Frenchmen wO extend warm we! ,
stated for home with Russia, Mr. Kogoro Takahlra the for: a pardon. The case ol cone to the king and queen of Italy nasal passages, bronchial

Boon after sotting tta mule in motion Japanese minister, states that while John Vaughn of Chdltoa county, was who will reach Paris next \Veutdry. tubes, lungs, kidneys, "
the woman leaned over too dashboard there Is on disquiet due to the unsettled not taken up as the board wishes tc bladder and stomach. d ;

caught the mule by the tail, state of affairs which has ax get the opinion: of the state physician! Also IF : I Ir
ted began twisting! it isted so long in the far east It seems a* to his physical condition. SAILORS BADLY USED. { 4 /

The mule male a dash aad wheel that it has bean aggravated more recently -
(lag suddenly around a corner throw by tha unfounded rumors regarding Large Sum for Foreign Mission Alleged Charges Made Against Officers 4 .aY r

the three negroes from the vehicle. military ant naval movements New York Oct.. 13.-lore than $91. of Brig Arethusa. C'ANervous
The vooian'a head struck the V-t! In certain quarters, but in his Judgment 000 has been pledged for foreign mission Now York, Oct. 1:.-The Seaman'! ? ;
Iron spike In a telephone pole which the intelligent section of the Japanese by members of the Christian alii branch of the Legal Aid Society hereis IndigestionCcnstmption .

enlKrat8d hr brain, causing her public has been generally calm ance, following an appeal by the RevA. considering complaints made by "
entia Il1IwUy. and collected up to the present Juno B. Simpson at the Gospel Tabernacle some of the crew of the United States or any di. .

Latter was knocked senseless and tare, as they know that the matter hat \ in this city, where the alliance has cQUI Arethusa... James Henry Herbert senses of the raucuous j Cf
died from Injuries received without been for some time in the hands ol been holding its annual convention said to be a native of Wisconsin membranes. s ; :

rtjtlalan consciousness. responsible parties of Japan and Russia This is a greater sum by $20,000 thai has made an affidavit cvertsg t a

K1D. escaped Injury and has not and that they have been negotiating was ever subscribed before at an alli leged experiences on the Arethusa
k.a found since! the accident with a view to arriving at an un ance meeting. Nearly 200 orphan! since last November.
derstanding between them For hit in India were provided for, $15 beini According to l1 r'lert's: complaint,
ALASKAN CABLE. own put Mr. Takahira said he hoped given for the support of each. One men who are reported to the officers,
As Tonicit
for the best, because the situation Is wealthy woman pledged herself to lool with loaves of wormy bread, were confined a
It la Now Completed From Juneau to not without indications so far that the out for 50 ophans at this rate. In the brig in aa iron cage between
Sitka. Russian government candidly disposedfor decks, where the temperature gives appetite, builds MANUFACTURED ONLY BY

I .. Seattle, wash. Oct .-The Alaska a settlement of the Question with AMBUSHED AND SHOT. varied fom 90 to 140 degrees. Some the system, banishes that CPiCALMANliF nURlN

i cable from Juneau to Sake bu Japan and therefore so long as the negotiations times they were put there for 24 hours, tired feeling, makes tbe ''JACKSONVILLE,FLA., 115.Sold .

I teen completed and an office etatlitted > are progressing! with reasonable Lauren County :Deputy: Fired on b) he alleges. Other charges similar weak strong and happy.
I at the acpltal city.Oonaectloa prospect with a result honorable Unknown Persons. in nature are included In the complaint

with Sitka was made on to Japan, there is no reason to b< Dublin, Ga., Oct 13.-The informa .
ami tiiiarautetMl 13 l'o tofice Drue Store. Aiiliiiopoly )la-
I Wfrdaeaday Today the DurnsUe leaves over-anxious now. ben has re-ached the city of the attempted The Arethusa has been employed recently >> I>MIJC Store, C. E. Taylor and T. W. Troxler.:
blka. paying out cable aoutk She 1 assassination of "Bunch' Is Porto Ricon waters.

probably hal enough cable remaining Alaska's Agricultural Possibilities. Lovett at Tucker's Cross Roads ic -
to lay a 400-mile switch oward3 thus San Francisco: Oct. 13.-C. F. Dietrich this county. Friday night Had Narrow Escape From Death.
city tt* Urmlwia.Returned United States senator from Nebraska Mr. Lovett was fired upon several New York, Oct 13.-Forty men act C. I. G RAe Bani

and member of the senate committee times by parties concealed In a fence women passengers in a trolley cat
From Knmppmet. on public lands, has arrived hereafter corner and a horse he was leading was have had a remarkable escape from
Central Lumbar
Successor to Co.
S.a rYanfJaro, Oct. U.-Uoutt'U&nC<
a four months' visit to Alaska shot down the sides of the animal being death near Williams bridge. A
F. H. Shvridaa. of the Fifth cavalry
His object in visiting the territory was filled with shot were badly shaken up, but none wen Dealer In
aoa of the famous civil war general
to familiarize himself with conditions The shooting occurred about midnight injured. A stone derailedthe
and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried
. baa returned front the PhilippineS Rough FlooringCeiling
there. He does not attach much Importance near the barn of T. F. Brantley car which was moving at high!: ,
: Ot the transport Sheridan Just arrlr and Lathe and Brick.
; .' to the glowing reports olAlaska's Mr. Lovett had been in one of IrBrantley's speed. It ran 150 feet over the road Siding, Shingles
.4, after a ,.. campalgsicg. Lieutenant
: great agricultural prospect fields to take possession ol way and then Into a ditch. Nearly all Manufacturer of
PT Hastard, who won tame which have come here for years past a horse which he had levied upon. the women, fainted, and were removed Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and
promotion ta the regular army
He says that the many thousands of! .The assault upon him was made beforehe through the broken windows.. j Window Frames :Mantels Church Seats Pulpits School
u a mutt of his gad work with Gen ,
dollars expended at the government reached the barn of Mr. Braatley,
enl FuMton In the capture of Agulnal. Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
' agricultural experiment station at Sit where he intended placing the horse Situation Quiet at St. Andrew ,
4o .aa oo boar1.s ka 'have not established any (acts On Friday Mr. Lovett was deputized Washington, Oct 13.-The nary department receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

about the agricultural possibilities oi by City Ooart Sheriff Prince to serve received a cablegram from sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
Accident to Picnic Party. the territory that have not boon knows: two warrants upon Dr. J. R. Dent, who Commander John Hubbard. commanding

{ Driver Oct II.-fur member cJ for 50 years. gave bond In each! case. Some time the Nashville, dated Colon yeeter-

:r a plraic party were Injured one ol Duoheee of Marlborough Improved.New during Friday night he returned tc day, stating that he had visited the
them tfaaieroualy. la a collision be York. Oct 13. The Duchess ol Tucker's Cross Roads to levy upon the bland of St. Andrews and found the
e' tweei an electric car and a rrry-al! Marlborough hal derived so much benzeflt horse of Dr. Dent. It was about mid situation there quiet The Nashville WHITE'S CREAM

trspb. ta which the party were re by the advice of the Austrian aariat night when the horse was found and was sent there to investigate the alleged W ORMS.' VERMIFUCEII.
UmlBg to the city, Mra. William Ca' whom she consulted last summer the shooting occurred. ill-treatment of certain American
has, wife of Alderman Oahaa. received says a Herald dispatch from Loader Three parties are suspected of hawing subjects employed on one of the Is ..'ill Qu.mitr. !Ieo'ill QuIrtJ. -

_- iateraai Injuries and her condition lieritifal. that she is shortly returning to Vler a hand in the attempted murder, lands. Further details of Commands for 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. ( &

Mra. R A. Bullla. of Atcblaoa na where she intends to remain fr one of whom, is a negro and the other Hubbard's! dispatch are not vui* public OX.D :JJY; ALL aRIIGG29T8.

Kea, was cut on the head and a jazz in order to undergo a thorcu; ;; two white men. Prepared by-..,. JAMES F. BALLARD, SL Louis.
!,j bea! .d. flbe U not seriously hurt of treatment .___,,,,,,,,,,,,,n .

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To Cure Cold in One Com CH
Fatal Mistake Made by Posse In Flora'I a Day bTwoDtyvon 1

Ii I .
Fla., Oct. 18.-San Williams Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. -A PJI every

a wttte boy about 18 oJ: I
I Seven MnSon boxes sold in post 12 months. This sign turetcQ bX. 25C.
Heaviest Damage IsReported age, was l lynched at Lawxey. !c Bradi i I I

forj county. Friday tight by a part 1 j i

From Patterson, N. J. of white men. who evidently! intendcC.: ,

lynching! tie brother.1u Williams.!:% '; -
ESTIMATED LOW AT $2.COO.CXX. Aha WillJacs was charged with a: .IJ- 0

assault: upoa a white girl of T years ;>

Th uurvf Men, Women and ChI) It is not known who formed tin: i the Old Standard

lynching party tut the e-jpposiUon is! ,
dr." Ar. TVro>wi Out of Employ-
that they called at the Willlaaia Louse 1
n.nt'a I Rawl of tn. Hi tt\ Wateea.Wat.r aal took the brother of the man .whc Grove Tasteless Chill Tonic

hvw. F...1fi1JoPal.l'IolJC. wal charged with the crime. i j -k) '

The l lynching was a quiet one, those I
X. J, CV*. 13 'te peop. living a short distance from where it The Great ijealtij Drin '. has stood i-h? test 25 years. Average annual sales

tIC this w-1vItfAw; city ere beab.k took place: knowing cothliy of It rata

to ftI&:1M tbd "\oeI.: d tLe p'tXat 9oodwUet Samlay morein. when they were apprised over One an? a Half Million bottles. Does this record

heaaa ibdt Frli y. Naariyti two of the tragf iy by two negroes,

-.Ur. wir4 Ukt:.4t teat 1n maaitaixuri water' who foua4 the body langlng from a | of merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. Soc

h.c ct3oea. e tree.
atocs tSe, ial. ft* cicGtsg; t,<..urun4a It is bAkved by some that the brother Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5c. l- .... Enclosed with eveFEEN*- nle I is a Ten .Cent Package..of GROVE'S BLA CX HOOT UVl PLL\
:; .
of rzr. wca ran aad c.1:: hkea e- wae lynched because he knew the .

Itlo_ 1& Cxvatt IillWI irA faot xttttwa hiding! piace" of the can who yeas METTO Syrup 1 is put up for

: they C"fJuti! DOt go to wt>rt cc ctargetf with the crttse aad won:i not| mixiug wtn ic-. water in the -

Iaiast d rose p: ** Geis lg abut divulge: !H summer time and with hot '

boon. A greet try of tie:** ? c- Aha WtlMams! is retry: under bond water in the winter I time.

have 4/+!o beta drlvftc from tl ..iru4 for vaflorus oCeiisfta. one bitj ttf t Ci&lly i adapted l to family

bama tar taltir: fool LOTUr. Ibel- bTee ting Into of the Lawtey pcwtoJSee use: either as* a beverage or a HILL RYE.THAT

Sheriff Johns of Bradford wane table drink taking the placeof .
T&. h.*r>at barrage Itvu Pates t
.I ty, is at work with his depu'Jaa 1nT65ti tea, coffee, etc. .' .
to tirt ZL&&u'actori At pr&n gat'r.s the matter. .
It U InrprMtfcli to I1** n aooarwe. --- -- -- -- -- .' -
ilea of th tool kM M. bet oou rr&-
Houes Bums.
.goat U'v 1'l.O Xl.n. Dwelling Prices for &yrupl-2 pint, i5c.
ate ttr..l" 6I't Afialravlll Ga. Oct 12.-TbIng Cwel:
PUk1 and Cjecna Save beta beloialng. to,WlHlaa:: Oole&toc. ai 1 quart, Toe. 1-2 gallon' 51.35, ROESNTHAl & SONS Distillers, Cincinnati, 0.

tndti; *ari 4 iac% Baturtay EWTIV1& :- 1 gallon, Ut.TiireetiocsTwo.
Lilly Pood, iw bee burned A person
< to c.. W'or01. t** :lc* to&J'.t6 with typtold fever 4o the house, tablespoonfuls STRAUSS a CO. Distributors Oc
trots the *y x flogri or the rowfc of until well to a ela**! of water.Gotta I&i!
that w&* togottgc Ud mes wer
their boa to the :1r,ltd tibttfc tthe tad rI
** enteric i tie rom' work to rua SOl oo.tb J \
but heroicaMy caved. It v&s a tow I
TAdey ..ww oottljwM to twi'std :; TROPICAL UNUFACIUHIHC CO.
loss, with no itiirarom.QGr -_ .
tr+e C4 ant aka to bany t
thitce of mbar tsetse brtzg &e Jacksonville Florida. >;1voteeetotutt.cj1 r
May Deported.
1IA14>Je ewtbct storm &t.ou i Boiton Or*. 12. O Sold f ostoffi'-e DrneS'ooe ....- -- I
: the WO or core by Anti- McMillan
..t la. There aro etla z any t) ..u Bros
Drue C. E.
Chineee: taken into cuitody here ?te!' Monopoly More, Taylor E.BIGGS.
whet. awt bA tx&cla.U n of ttlal '! V>cau39 they could not producareglstratioc I' Had T. W. Troxlcr.: -
far'.ed c1.tntta te made aGu1 ATTORXEY-AT.LAW.
wtificites. about 130 -
wEr e .
&h. witarbalth dfu9eaTS. + releaa l durIng the night, frieada having Fish Stories. ? Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
wt1Nrtt1ei tavfe a omnt GCALA, Southern Copper Works J
placed the requisite papers t.eort Fr.oRIDA'1II
Uik b.o,. Lh-m la dec!''' the federal aiHhoritiei Tte policesay Editor Jordan ha a perfect ri;ght to
luau to ,unfit M epldenIC of sick that most of the oth-s probably tell fbh stories.!! It i* a legitimates FULLER_ -
.... to Q., Jkw*.i HrlUry.Tt Manufacturers \
will be deported A large numb thing to do. tti'ritershave had an inclination of Turpentine Stills
popU wM are forced to 1.a'
claim that their certificates have bee Over Mnnroe&Chambhis Bank Ocala Fla.
ttair hoc** wtU DOt b* aikwred (9 return in that direction ?o long that
lost, but the act of congress makes no I IJ and General
until tt.e diktncu are fci a eaallary Metal Worktr
provision for such loss and la suchcases the memory of man runneth not to M..THOMPsOX. *

t<<;d1Uc'4. the authorities the Jonah and the whaleis
say deoortatioa contrary. PHYSICIAN AND: S RGEO\. --- -

AT PASSAK; K. j. must take ph e. cited aa an example. :, Office. over Tea-pot Grocery.. FLA.Opp Monteroina.OC4LA. 01d'Stills: taken in exchange for iwtr Ie Pxt' .let:: {''I i

Deeb.dty Henry Hudson the great navigator: through the country a specialty < nJm by ma); r
Csetddan I ImprovedProprty The mother who wouldlhe horrified VD'aIN SPEXCER. wire will I
could not forego the predilection.In lj receive prompt itteatiat at ttfew of .
-- th :
Lw lmm re.Pamk at letting her daughter wander awayto j
; N J, Oct. IS.-Tt+ flood a strange country without guide or : the voyage that led to the di-cov ATTORXEY-AT-LA. I following works : :
fondJttAc la tbts is aacii trot of Hudson river and Hudson OC LA ,-&-.yFLORIDA I
rkttity counsel, yet permits her to enter that cry bay, i 1 :

prM4 today, TU htah water markat unknown laud of womanhood .with* in the log book of the voyage June 15, !!. CHASE. FAYETTEVILLE N. C. SAVANNAH IA. I
tee Dundee fem. which was 91V, J __ \
out counsel or caution. Then, iu utter 1605, with his ours: hand he wrote I
lacb"t at midlll< ignorance, the maiden must meet MOBILE AU '
to-2 a r A2! darker o( a break at the "All day and night elf-ere sunshine. OCALA. FLA I ICULOS j
physical problem whose holution will I'
lam It to thWattlngtoa o ughtw tA b! pas t. The wind at ea?(. The latitude at .
effect her wholo future life. Dr.Pierce's L. SI5TRCNK, I.i I.
li MW under water anl noone 75 deg. 7 min. We held westward -- i, i
Favorite Prescription has (
**Tral bnnirM reT'SJrd! art affil takJu 1 by our account 13 ]leadue: ,. In ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. j
"turt In U>, abc! sohoo'j. Fouror [ I been well Darned a "Ccd.send to \ !
> ,
t afternoon, the !!taa3 a-swigtd! Room 4 Masonic Euildinz Ocaa Fla. S 211 |! A FINE PIANO ONLY
fin kanlr rwldtcu of Wailing woman" It corrects irregularities II I $179.
and the wind
being at ea-t s\e set
Um are belt! j tl .tw&d IE tM town tall I and imparu such vigorous vitality to ,
say: I", we stuod south by east, and I
led the h"Otl! at PaD 1c. the dtlic&le wtmsnly organs, as fits
south soulhea-t could. This
Tif total inM from the Cad In this them{for their imiort&nt function; of a* we I Sounds '"PrY an ,\I"tiAt. d.! .... it i,. \\ ', j
city it @oAt lme tho1 at atxvit |3,00),/)')), morning one our companie looking nisb it. T'HE.BE 1
Maty: a nervous, hysterical! peevish It"- [II.- KIM I'.I" a mermaid and calling "
vttkoutaet eel Ir.eUT% ce. ThU does girl has been changed to a happy it so-but WE Du > M KF '< 'MMM 1 \ ',. i i
tllf>M108e to worfcm?a who up some of the companie to see 4 tL i i4 that kindBecause \
woman after the of "Fav- -
young use
ate tirown out J ,ot :'ojrD ct tern her, one more came up, and by that t -

porartljr Of the lose eustatn by mac orite Prescription" has established time shee was tome close to the coils! ...... ':\4 I \\T l [ : )
ufactnrwt by the tat rruytlon of bust the sound health of the organs! peculiarly side, looking earne&tlv on the men. -. ,#
feminine. Every should D I we have a hih regard for thoM wfc. .
a"iMrty> erery mill la close woman A little after wj t.
a and
sea came overturned
At taUonriile.. SO or more boueeeten own a copy of the People's Common her. From the luvil upwardher 6Qs.Ay I maintain a high stand in music and art'' It* a)** ..
have for
wa hM from their foundations Fence Medical Adviser, pent free on back and thirty five yearn l supported tW a-i'' TK*
were like a
standard musical
and many nertun vl acd wrecked. receipt of 21-one tent stamps to $" 50 ( instruintrots have be.* unr pnti-
pay .....
woraaus a+ they that i
hy aw: her Therefore
The Die rallrowl bridge Is now out expense of mailing only. The same -r. Ii'f s JI".l.:1 r we recommend you to pay t1e aficw. .jf .
.f but the bnt her body as big as any one of us. I good Piano or Organ.o house .
(dagger, big washout at book of lOiS) in substantial cloth :_ y..U2 can supply you '"
page .
Clifton\ block all traffic. The railroad for 31 Her skin very white, and long hair y. ,. on better terms than we." Writ1 u* for rataiWu-f
Addrtsa Dr. R. V.
company Is rigging a temporarytrttftta hanging downs behind of color Fw+Ri r' Steinway Kranich and Busch
up i Ktmb&l
Pierce, Buffalo, 1 IS ..... s. +f, .h> a
hflw w, nod Ue traffic maybe ---NT- blacke. In her going downe they saw ", ,,,,:: & Son. and other high urrad- instrument

rammed tonight T roey! connec- TRAILED: MANY MILES. her tayle, which was! like the tayh of $ f ,..:1t.4:!;t. --. Everything known to music i -.

dons between Pa&salc and Paterson of a porpo-ae, and epebled like a OBI

tare beta restored.Brvlt Murderer IT 111 Ji,*tif i **f 4'
Is Captured In North Carolina tuackrell. Their names that saw her LJL LUDDEN
Mountains. were Thomas Hilies and Robert SMITH CO.

/lat't Caused Death. Chattanooga: ; Tens. Oct. 13-Hick* Ray.mec." fjKPREkPPEPPJB:I

New York. Oct. 13.-A slight bras! Rose white was trailed: 20 miles by Jacksonville FltrMi.JA3

death of "Jat-)(" \\1Ueta. the 16yfaroMton co Plains. Monroe county Tennesseeto DR. COOKON -

of Howard WlHeta.of White Plains! the North Carolina mountains and ..

owner of the Heath rbloom. champion captured Saturday: eight CHAS. E. BLUM 8 COMPANY Jf.GR. 1
tub Jtimplng bore of the world. The He is wanted for the murder of J BLADDER TROUBLES i President. tel: W HM't' \ .. I'..* '

lad was brought to a New York hoepit B. Martin in Monroe county on las -

allan 'eek on a special train In the Monday Bladder troubles make life miserable to 517 and 519 W. Bay fit. The First
hope of i 'nrtng relief: from great painla The does
nil limb caused apparently by alight they are promptly overcome they are certain

.\ brutes which not even I itrroks Attacked by Head Hunters. to cause eerions condition Inflammation Jacksonville, pla. OF GAIXESX ILl. E.
the attn. How he hurt himself I
YoungWJt.t1 Manila Oct. 13.-Lieutenant Velas of the bladder is becoming more :
: did not know Blood
poisonItf i quez and 30 men of the constabularj and more common and when neglected it'I

betted deteoped.! and despite! aa operation; were attacked recently by 500 heat develops ulceration and this may be followed The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua CHat,.

hunters of Neueva Vizcaya and lost twc perforation and death. The irritable 1

New York Has Milk Famine. men after killing 53 and wounding elarge condition that demands frequentevacuation i! Capital . . . . . . . . . . f- .<

New York. Oct 13.-Owlng: to tie enemy number were armed of the with head hunters Th during the night as well as daytime I i[ Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . #>.' .

interruption of railroad traffic b los. The constabulary rifles and toy ,U a source of great mortification and j I Does exclusively a banking basinet. a lib r. tli\... t.t'*! to aajr -11& ._ .
under :
flood thla city U suffering from iu of Velasquez command dbcomcomfort to old and young. i state. Solicts the accounts of farmer, Men h.ut.. t 'i>rr'ii. u. ;
are reported to bt Etc. Interest
mOOt( serious walk famines since the suffering from disorders Dr. Cook of Chicago, an authority on allowed bytptria! arrangftut-iit .Mi t u.n w i
big blMrd! In 1SS8 ConserratirgMtlmttec cholera. resemblini kidney and bladder troubles, says: Seeds ". I 10-17 trau.acted prr.mi tj!

are that but one-teuth the |*It h impossible to find a single agent: '3 are plinted by farm: ", ;: HI1' X11't I d

anrmal supply it being distribut: ed. Engraver Suicides; Financial Worries that Is a specific! for this class of troubles, -,'Jo"fanJ luv'o'"llUDIl.ghrdeo Pr eke t=.Ityas -- .

And several days mast elapse before Columbus O., Oct. 13.-Hugo Schulu because there are to many different structures foK t'tITy'wya.and r a reap Ittx IhOn'Drool I .
C'01I.1ltlol1ll are normal. The dairymenare manager of the Terry Engraving com Involved in the organs. However, e.n dtal mart,. ISO at tot*Tcd hirrrtt.n..t A
t dUcrimiiallcg In favor of families parry, committed suicide by hanging i we are able to combine the test! known ,, POM D.paid M.tree FERRY to AU AI'Pl.& CO.<'allt&,, I

wler there are bablea, so many are himself In the engraving plant las) remedies and obtain most excellent r 6- Detroit, Mich. I

sing ccxtdeaar,1 milk as a substitute. night, being found early today. Worr, sults. The preparation known as FOLBT'S READ !

Sentenced over financial matters wag the proba KTOSET CUES is an Ideal combination.I .
Hang.Manila. ble cause. He was 3::
years old '
Oct 11-Eight Ladrones unmarried. Schultz came here ac.' use it exenslvely my practice and findIt The
fro b. Burnett Florida
employed successfully Jerry Times-Union i
bare )oat been ntence4 bere to ba Chicago. every i
banged acJ two to 25 years' Imprisonmtat form of kidney and bladder trouble." iI t
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Do You Want to Yawn.
by Judge H. Sw These FOLEY'S EJDXZ CUES: is an honest
, ware capture in Bulucan eney and other men Feel cold bbiveringi. aching in the preparation. It is not a decoction of some. Merchn tTailoring REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.It.

prorlncea aJacwit to Manila A sec bones, lack of energy, headache and hitherto unknown root or herb claimed to DAILY AND SIN DAY

ODd bo>1j of Ladroses are in the 1 inland great depression? These symptomsmay be a cure-all Common cense tails ns i i One Month: postage fail ... I r .
,t I Three Months, postage jmid ...... .
of Tanay where they hare attacked be followed by violent headache, that such preparations have but little if I iI Sri )tonthss. postage paid j.a i j, .

the town of Ibajay and killed\ 13 of thlahabitaeU. e high fever, extreme nervousness, a any value. FOLEy'a KIDSET Ccaa contains I One \ear postagepud.. ep.

There i Ii only a small! condition known as malaria. Her all the best known agenta used by Ocala Florida. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $' 50 A VIA*. .

police force there.Capitalist bine cures it. Take it before the disease kidney and bladder specialists combined Finest Imported and Semi Semi--B B'eekly eekty Edition EdtU\iD Six VIM Month Parr f tau.', .

Dies Suddenly. gets a fair hold, though it will in! a manner that renders them most affective Domestic Cloths. .
Pecatur, IB. Oct 13J. W. Butmac work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hep and pleasant to take. In even the most AU communications and remittance thuu'4: ::.c addr.--.rl. to .

a retire capitalist, dropped doad today kius, Manchester, Kan., writes: "1have hopeless cases Its use gives relief and Cutting a Specialty : THE fLORIDA TIMES-OKIGH "

of heart disease Ho Has 8C used your great medicine Her when taken in time cannot: help but cure Fits Guaranteed. JUBUII1U, FIHNL :

years old. On rwurning to Decatui bine, for several years. There is every form of kidney or bladder trouble.Postoffice !

from Cleveland! Dutman surprised hiirleadt nothing bettenfcr malaria, chills and

( with an announcement that he fever, headache, biliousnes, and for a Drug Store. Study at t Home bette t:1illie SsS: : i SUBSCRIBE

kad just married' Mrs. Florence Mitch. blood purifying tonic, there ia nothing Lean more, and you I
euamnre. With the Tablet Home Stud,Les.ooaoa Becdoocleave
,U. 1ft.oral tor many years prom as good. 50c. Anti-Monopoly Y t borne or employmemt Co lean Bookkeeping.Anthmenc,
!! Al; enra Geometer Gnmmar.Rbetore, Lnenture Hiitory
cent la busineu hro. He but sc Drug btroe and Tydings & Co. m J, lerehUdr) 1. I Pbytkl.Lltia.etc. Teachcft aided to pass eramuaooos.8vn.CucuUnfrec. ........
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Johns for 4,500 for a favorable DIED Of BROKEN HEART. Bronchitis for Twenty Tears. NOTICE t I
t IN ruling from Miller as assistant attorney Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Dlfou V ill e,

for the potoffico department: I Man Paid Dead at BUr of Hit Dead Ill., writes: "I had bronchitis (or DR. E. T. ALLEN MD. Notice of Application for Tax Deed rude k 1
on S.of Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Fl ridm. ,
couasei for
: TROllEY CARS CRASH the defendant latarposed ,I Brother. twenty. years and never got relief until NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. II.
frequent II and Ear
objections which were overruled I Hew York, Oct 14.-Johnson Cba*. I used Fol v'8 Honey: and Tar, Eye Specialist Sarbough, purchaser of Tax < ertificate
by No. 3923. the jth day of Aactut. I -
Judga Thompson, Ryan proceeding Bull. the oViett letter carrier in New which is a sure cure," 1'ostotllce A. D. has filed said certificate in my miNOTICb.

on the Chattanooga to testify to all his future York. an4 possibly In the country has In Ocala EveryTHURSDAY office, 191. made application for Us deed i :
Accident DrugStore ra
transaction to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate .
, with Johns aa the mlddla- ailed dead while standing beside the embraces the following deScribed property-

Rapid Transit LinoLocg man up to. the time of last D cenber. eoffin containing the body of hia brother situated in Marion county Honda toit.: i
when Jciaa NOTICE MONTEZUMA HOTEL. Fourteen chains east and west by 7.45 chain
came to Cincinnati and William at the latter'i home inrooklf1. north and south in southeast corner ot north

SIGNAL SYSTEM FAILED. they met alone In a room at the Gibson The doctors say ht died west quarter of northwest quarter Section 7 ; .
hojie: Notice of Application for Tax Deed tnder Section Township 14 Range 2a
where Ryan gave Johns from a broken heart 8, Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida Thesaidlandbeng assessed at the date of '.
NIAr the Foot of 31.1DO: in cash and $3.400 the issuance of such certificate in the name -
Occurred the two
1Ctd.At Hull was 82 years! old and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT F. Mrs Amelia C. Scarborough. o

Mountain All ohftcks. Ryan continued ha story I retlrel merchant. His brother JohnSon purchaser of tax certificate No. NOTICE Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according
ut -Nearly on i 611. dated the
Uok ist of .
:' In which he said Johns day July. A I.) 1901 bas to law tax deed will issue thereon on .
vrantej more wu two years younger and the filed said certificate in my office and made application theistdayoIOctober.A.D
|Mrd th. Two Ca61'0' More ores funds ri : finally two had been inseparable during their with law. Said certificate embraces the following In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Witness my official signature aDd seal thU the
made 2ist day of A. I). .
a :atement i3
& fterloutly Injured. I o the whole matterto long span of lie. The death of his described property situsted In Marion of the State of Florida Marion Coun S. T.

the postoCice Inspectors! and mad brother wag % hard blow and ha grieved County Lol343., Florida. to-wit: section ty.-In Chancery. 9 25 p Clerk Circuit Court :SISTRtSE.CoFl. -
344 Dunnellon
Te Oct. 14. At : 35 township
CUlta&oofa. n.. no further efforts to get bits en the. deeply over his loss. At the closeof 16. range 18. Hester Johnson vs. J. J. Johnson. F

t'clscl thU morning two cars on thecuLtnLgI races through the mails. the The said land being assessed at the date ofthe IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
services he from .
katIU Tral lt. St. Elmo Before arose issuance of such certificate in the name of ['n- named. J. I. Johnson be and he is
Ryan's examination was completed his chair beslda! the coffin, -and speak- known. Unless said certificate shall be re hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint -
jts" pin t.ottthwr owing to. the failure James! 0. Dresaahan. assistant deemed according to law tax deed will issue in said cause on or before Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section I of
lag la a low voice bade farewell toM thereou the of
on Jist day of Nov. A D. 1903- dhapter4RiS, Laws
ot ti. block slf&Al 11tom to work. manager of Washington! office! brother. Witness my official signature' and seal this the Vunilau the 2nd day of yiifcmfor 4. D. 7903. Is HEREBY GIVEN Flor.YOTICE THAT PETTB-

gortouily and &om&Mr of the \V> uth day of October A. D. 1903. It is furlherord red that a copy .f this order ., Horn.&. Co .
I |U penou were *i?rn Union Teleraph was "You be way purchaser of tax certificate
were the first to go, he said, So T. SISTRUNK; published once a week tor four consecutive dated
the of A.
day U.
t?t fauJly Injurca, whlla the two Introduced and he produced copies o' "my summons cannot come too soon." 1016 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. I I weeks this in the Ocala Banner.. SO.3 filed said certificate in my and

: .'-&rl- ww.j:1 wreck*!. the. telegrams that pasaej between The old man's! voice broke, he threw I EDWIN Done SFEXCtR.September 23rd S.,T.- SIVTRUXK.0,1903. has made application for tax deed to issue 10
according with law. Said certificate embrace the
tccUect occurred oa a trestle Miller an Johns Complainants solicitor. Cl'k Circuit Court.
: which NOTICE
were used to his hand up and sank to the floor, 10-2 by C Sistruuk. U.C folowlnl deb prpery situated in :Manon _
foot of Luokuui mountain. corroborate tha 1
liar the testimony of Ryan. dead. cunty. Florid. of
Sulhw quarter quarter sec
TU (uUovlnf were Injured: 01 Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 o! township 18, range 20.

[ JlUfO I &a Ortwu, arm broken and In- FEVER STRICKEN PEOPLE. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Chapter 488, Laws of Florida. NOTICE. The said land being assdssed at the date of It '
the issuance of such certificate in the name ol ;
i JartJ iroWu 1.I NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. I S. W. Lav tan. Unless said certificate shall b sredeemedacvordingtolawtax

I t Conductor lUtfleid. badly bruii6d.t Great Suffering. Is Several persons among them a number Berry. purchaser o( Tax Certificate IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CX- deed will t.e I
Reported From
No 1504, dated the ibt day of July A. D. 1901, I I NOTICE by virtue .f a certain final decree thereon on the nth day of November, A. D.
injured Into of women, were Injured in Knoxville has filed said
certificate in
I Moturmia WlUluui. Grand my cffice and has entered by the Hon.V.. S. Bullock judged the 1903Witness
Cayman. when an. electric car and trailer made application for tax deed to issue in accor Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Marion county, my official signature and seal this the
t I1. Mobile. AlA, Oct. 15.-According to dance with law. Said certificate embraces the I in chancery on the zfth day September,A. D. 3rd day of October, A. D.1903.
I Cooductor Suttoa, Load and body cut private information! ran away on a steep hill. The motor- following described property situated in Manon 1903, wherein S. S. Lamb is complainant and S. T.SISTItSl
received in this lost control of his county Florida to nit: Goodrich 10 9 Clerk Circuit Court
ad bn l ed. man car by the half I Henry is defendant pending in the c J'J
West of
LL northeast
city from Georgetown. Grand quarter and north. Fifth Judicial Circuit Marion county Florida
tmU Andre. 14 yoarg old head cut. Cay. failure of the brakes to work.A west quarter of southeast quarter for 1899. sec in Fhancery, I the undersigned special masterin
man the. condition on the islands are lion 22.township 15 range 23. NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
chancery, appointed therein to execute said
trokoc. beck u reached and injured great gathering of former North The said land
I .kl deplorable and the being assessed at the date of final decree on
people are suffering wIl DISTRICT AT MOSS BLUFF.
'. Carollnans is Greensboro the issuance of such certificate in the name of the Xovtntlr
fetcnaily. now on at Monday day of A. tyoj,
from feM- since! the flood. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be
1 It. ia redeemed between the hours of a.m. and 2 o'clock
t Frank P. frwlck passenger, several N. C.. and will come to a close today.A ; according to law. tax deed will issue I p. ;
also stataj that the supply of food ia m. in front of the south door ol the court house '\'E, THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
its broken and chest CTUshed.iinr&1 number of prominent men ate OQ the I thereon on the ifith dsy November, A. D 1903. In Ocala, Marion county, Florida. sell to the : payers of the following described territory -
tcanL Te breaking out of tho malady Witness my official signature and seal this the highest and best bidder for cash the following will on
unknown lilies sustained programme.Dr. Uth day of Jet A. U
Is attributed' directly to the decay-: 1903.S. described mortgaged premise to-wit: the Manila in .'-ot' l" 190$. f 1
bruise T. SISTRt'NKJO The eat ot the northeast of the frl I
L(9e tone and wvere *. W. P. Thrrkield. formerlyof Atlanta hal quarter board of instruction of
Ing fruit and, sap tress. which! we: 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co..Fla. southwest quarter and the east half ot the preseut public
in an address to the Evangelical southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Marion county Florida. this petition asking the
felled by the storm
and the numerous said board to call an election for the purpose ofcreating
SPEAKS OF MOB LAW. cattle that p rlshed. association! charges that the outr less section fifteen U. township acres sold 11. south James of W range Sanders 21 east in, a special tax school di tric.l be knownas

The letter also states that small donations ages by negroes In the south are due NOTICE Marion county, Florida or so much thereof as The the above Mos said Bluff district special to Shol Dlalnc. .

Atftfreu Made by Justice Bischoff, of of food are corning from various i to the: prison system. He styled tie and may costs be necessary of suit. to CARLOS satisfy said L.SISTRCNK final dee, descrbicd territory: te
Commencing at the northeast of section
New York. convict lease system a "school foe ot Application for Tax Deed ruder Section S of 10 2 Special Master .n Chancery. corner
source, but barfly sufficient to i7, township ro, range 25 running west to Ock-
New York. Oct. 14.-In an address relieve the sufferings of the crime." I Chapter 4Sh3, Laws of Florida lawaha river,thence in a southeasterly dire
poorer tion along the Ocklawaha river to the line dividing -
teor the Phi Delta Phi fraternity Ingj1 class. From the tone of the letter Addressing the Knights of Columtwirn I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV THAT T. C. NOTICE. townships 16 and 17.thence east to sutheast
n chotf. of tho New purchaser of Tax: Certificates Nos of
city Jwtlc corner section 32 township 16,
It is the impression of Caymanlans in New York, Bourke Cochran declared 2131. 2146 2361 dated the 3rd day of Oct. 1898, thence north to the point beginning range J

York supreme court, hu pointed out this city that the fever will wipe outa that the practice of divorce w&g the and 1203. datedJuly i, 1494, has filed said certi IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. Isaac Perry. A J. White. N. L. Fort S. A.
the which under- ficates in my office and has made application NOTICE Smith. Oliver Fort. S. Martin, H Fort. M.
til act that. spirit W. Carney. purchaser of Tax Cer. j.
number of the greatest evil In the United SUtes. Aa lor deed in
great inhabitants tax to issue accordance with law.
unless tificate Xo. 2392.dated the 1st day ot July. A. I). O. Mor.n. Jno.T. Lewis, W. E.Martin. A. W.
Bat mob law coafrontdd the patrl- something is done to check iti between divorce and polygamy he pre said certificates embrace the following described 1901, has filed said certificate in my office. and I. orson, Adam Fort, H.P.Gngga.
Mosaic law. aod 1 1. property situated in Marion county. has for L. P. McKinney. 10
ircai of oU in the made application tax deed to issue in accordance 9
course. There are only two physicianson ferred the latter. Florida, to-wit:
with law. Said certificate embraces
to be found underlying the derelop the island of whom Is South half of southwest quarter. section 23, the following described situated in
c-no a young The Mclaughlin wtag of the Brooklyn northwest of northwest property
tttai of the entire system of crimlHi quarter quarter. except Marion county Florida to-wit. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND
man of limited experience, while the Democracy has unfurled banner five acres in southwest corner and northeast
a Lot 7, E. I,. Carney's sub. oJ a part of
JnrUprudeace.! rapr orating the reteSioc quarter ot northwest quarter of section seton OTHERS.
other Is rather an old man. bearing a list of c&ndl&tM with UM 16 25 It. township 17. range 23.
!: (X paMioa against! an aoouwJpertOL township range Zi. lot 3, block 4. Danbury I The said land being assessed at the date of
names of Grout and Ftorota omitted. ,section 19. township 16, range 23, Ilhe issuance of such certificate in the name Of IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
The rauate of lynchlngs and The said laud being assessed at the date of the NOTICE
NEGRO SHOOTS WHITECAP. Mrs Princess A. Smith. tnle said certificate ,legetees. distributees and all person
issuance of such certificates
I I other outbursu. he bald may be e;)lteoiMd Late advices report a namtoer of Adam Sl>ke, Harriet Myers, N the. Ramsdeil names of, shall be redeemed according law. tax deed having claims or demands against the estate ofCHAKLhS
will issne thereon on the 7th day of November, deceased .
F. BSON. that th and
wrecks to the that the
due gale swept and Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be y
word Tha law's d.elII.J.It .
la the Miant! Surrenders and Asks Protection -. D. IQ03.Wilnes. each of them.are called upon and to
redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue reuire
contlauad that tier Atlantic coaaL The New Jersey cltlei my official signature and seal this the their claims against the
U t.Nehe thereon on the 7th day of Nov. A. U. present t
-Tragedy In Sumter. 19113. nth day of September, A. D.
milliooe of dollars. 1903. as executor of the will
were damaged omcial 12l s
Si or ee delay In the aimlhtration : Witness my signature and seal this the Seal) S. T. bISTKUNK.
sore Ainerlciis. Ga.. Oct. 14.-With a bullet ot ( testament ot Charles E Abson,deceased within
Ijth day Oct. A D.
of the Uw which appears oprocruUBite through his left lung, John Suggs Illinois negroes have adapted resolutions 1913.S.. T. SISTRUNK. 10 2 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co Fla. two otherwise years the from same this will date be, forever a required law,

denouncing the course of Booker 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court,
to that. the etap* t well known white farmer living near EDW. HOLDER.

ls| between a crime and Ita pudahswct JUnerlouo, lies at the point. of death. T. Washington In approving of the NOTICE. Executor K.Abson.of last -1 and testament of Chare
see mi at. tlaa needlessly pro- Andrew Cheney a negro farmer sur- franchise }aws In the south. NOTICE Ocala ,A.D. 1903. 7-I-s

oed. but this U not the fault of UMUw rudered himself to Sheriff Dell Moo- More eases of yellow fever were reported Notice tion Application 8of Chapter 4588 for Tax,Laws Deed 01 Florida.under Sec --

IU administration, 'so much &a at Laredo tia' on day since ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section NOTICE OF ELECTION.
or .. day afternoon admitting the shooting a any Chapter 4%>8, Laws of Florida. XT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. A.
It II tat remilt of conditions which surround of the outbreak of the epidemic.: Xi Buriord.purchaser ot Tax Certificates Nos.
Bugjj. a&d asked protection.
I I; HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. 2743. 2795 and 2S5 dated the 1st day of July
the gradual evolution of our Ia his statement Chansy declares The Infant death rate in Chicago bas {I NOTICE & Bro purchaser of Tax Certificate D. 1901 has filed said certificate in my A, For creating a Special Tax School District a

No 457. dated the 6th day of August A. D. and has made application for tax deed to issue Oak Hill
put. judicial sybtem. last'!
that at mUnight Saturday night a decreased over 50 per cent in the 1900 has bled said. certificate in mv office. and in accordance with law. Said certificates em. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN

"Tie demands upon the oourU are posse ol white men attempted to bat- 12 years. j has made application for tax deed to issue in brace the following described property situ 1> election will be held at the Oak Hill schoolhouse
I accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe ated in Marion county Florida tow it. Marion Florida
too craat for a .,stem planned to aceoaaioilate county dunng the hours
ter down his door in aa attempt to At San Antonio the strike sympathizers j following described property situated in I West 2-3 of lot 7 and lots 6 Southwest Teagues of 8 o'clock a m.and sundown of Saturday,

: scarcely half the builneceaow capture bla.He stoned the sheriff! injuring him Marion county Florida, to wit: Resurvey of lots 54, 59, 60 Cald well's addition 17. A. D 1903, for the of O
and making no elastic Lot 2. block 12, Span !section :S. township 13. Ocala. All of except 65 fret north and couth special tax school purp known as the
refused to open the door, and severely. range 22. i by 220 feet east and weston north end of lot 15 Oak Hill Special Tax b The

prorUlaa for enlarged r.qulremeot& the onslaught continuing, be fired The said land being assessed at the date of the Dunn's northwest addition Ocala. Lots A and boundanes of the above Shol shol Dlslnc are

"But It does follow became ot Frederick Orietgling. editor of a issuance of such certificate in the tame of Wm B sub Of lot 9 Dunn's northwest addition to hereby changed from the dinc the
not point blank at the pursuing posee, Thompson Unless said certificate shall be Ocala
Paris art is held for the mui1- original petition by order of the board of public
till defect the 4>lay of JusUco that wounding Buggs. the others then leav paper redeemed according to law tax deed will issue The said land being assessed at the date of instruction so as to read as follows:
der of Eliza Papesco, the Roumanian thereon on the 2oth day of Nov. A D. 1903. the issuance of such certificates in the names of .I South 3-4 of Section a, 3... 5. and south of
ne ijitea ia WTOQI or that mob rufc ing. who was foutui dead In hi. Witness my official signature and seal this the S. w. Teague and Florida West Coast Improve south hal of Section 6, and all of Section hal, 9. I

14 better supplant it or that there Several hours previous to the attack singer, 15th day of October. A. I).1903. ment Co. tnle said certificates shall b 10, It. 15 i6. 17. iS of Township I). Range
room. The editor saye the woman S. T. SISTRCNK. redeemed according to la v. tax deed will 20. and three trustees ot said specialtax
U jnttlflcaQoa at any time for a*- on his house Cheney had a slight difficulty killed herself. i 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. thereon on the 24th day October, A. D. 1903. school eel and to fis the rate of millageto I

auitnaUon in the name of punishment with Walter Bray another young I Witness my official signature and seal this the *>e levied for such special tax schol dVtn
Chamberlain the dd lath day September A. D. 1903. Qualified electors at said are
Austen new *& I regis
of crime. It ia bu a poke that houldto
farmer, and thinks the attacking par- NOTICE.of [SEAL S. T. SISTRCNK, tered and qualified voters of said district who

heeded by our legislature in pro- ty wanted to Inflict punishment upon oellor of the exchequer, anDouncee 9 18 Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, Fla pay a tax on real or personal property therein

that his views on British fiscal policyare The following persons have been appointed
Tiflaj an elastic, flexible ytem for him for that affair. Application for Tax Deed Under Section Sol managers and clerk of said election:

the Aimlnfrtratton of Uw which will la accord with those of Premier NOTICE.T. H. W. Nettles. D. Fant. Joshua Dautzler.and
This la th only story of the tragedy Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida. J. clerk.

meet erery emergenay. the measure received thus tar. Balfour. NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN THAT J. C K 01 the board of public iustructioa

I \ ef speedy, exact and unerring Justice Socialists at San Juan have made an purchaser of Tax Certificate No 679 Whom it May Concern: this Sth day September, A. D. 1903.
i dated the ird day of April. A. D 1893" has filed 9 25 G. S. SCOTT.
la anti-American demonstration They siid certificate office and has made VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE.
mry case. CLAIMS REWARD FOR SON in my application Ales Chairman I
1> Flonda Central & Peninsular Railroad I
for tax deed to issue in accordance with I, W. D. CARX,
Jsstlce BlschoS: described the confliUon draped the American flag with crep law.. Said certificate embraces the following Company has filed in this office a list of lands JI

rioted the plaza.In described situated in Marion situated in the township described below. and
of the nogroea at the close of and on property county, '
Tom Sentenced to
Carvithers Hang Florida, to-wit. has applied for a patent for said lands; that the NOTICE:

the clril wir their. lack of knowledgeof Given Up by Parent a riot between Socialists and clerIcals Northwest quarter of northwest quarter, section list is open to the public for inspection and a

of teenth clTllltation, their being Rochelle Oa. Oct. 14-The father of at Bllboa, Spain, seven person 3,township 14. range ti. copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has for
I The said land beingassessed at the date oi the been posted in a conyeDenl place in this office Notice of Application tax Deed Under Sec

left on in Impoverished land wihout Tom Caruthers who Is under sentenceto were Killed. A priest was thrown: 11).1 I issuance of such certificate in the name of Hen for the inspection of all persons interested lon 8. Chapter 4'SS, Laws ot Florida. .
and of the public generally.Within .
|3T rtun nt aid or support. and their river. derson Harvey. Unless said certificate shall be IS. HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. i7
I hang for the murder of Henry Byrd to the redeemed according to law tax deed will issue the next sixty days following the date NOTICE. of B

ttnifta against the. antipathies of theI baa made application for the reward Prince and Princess Andrew of thereon on the l6th day of Nov. A D. 1903. of claim this of notice the protests or to contests tract against or subdivision the. isi 277, 278,purchaser 349. 355 ta certificate second day of f I
company any
white race. The north he said, offered for the captue of the youth. Greece, who were recently married at 4th Witness day of my Oct.official A. D.signature and seal this the within any sectijn or part of section, 489 November, 497.A dated U October 189*. and 3. certificates and certiB-Nos.
1903.S. in the list, the that the 491
on ground 1f5.
tndertook to educate the colored peo- The negro was sentenced to hang Darmstadt have started for Greece in T. SISTRCNK d.sib valuable for mineral than for cates 442. 443. soft, dated August & has filed
same is more ag-
pie of whose conditions and limitations: on Oct. 18. He escaped but was at.erwards an automobile.The 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co.. Ma. nculurl puf will be reeve and noted said crtfcte in deed my office to issue and in has accordance made application -

they were Ignorant. with the result arrested at Hawkinsvllle. A report at Wasn- with law. Said certificates embrace the follow
situation in the orient Is unchanged. ingtou. D. C.
.f bitterness. of $150 had been offered for NOTICE. w. G ROBINSON. ing described property situated in Marion c.un
reward War between Japan and kegsler. tv. Flonda. to-wit: South half of southwest
And today" he added "It is beinjmUzed him in the meantime. Now the negro's Drob }.! quartar section 32. township i:. range 22, southeast

: that. the best. friend of the ne- father[ is applying for the reward. Russia The! seems last speeches e.will be mad of Application lor Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Gainesville Florida Central Land District& Peninsular Railroad Lands, northeast quarter quart-r of southeast northeast quarter quarter north of half southwest of.

Eye is the south. who can bwlt too The sheriff of Pulaski county thinks In the trial o! Ernest Haywood at of Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Klonda. Florida. quarter and northeast quarter of southeast

IOlye VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. E. South. East: quarter section i north half of northeast Quarter -
the great. question Involved In father i U entitled to It. as the old The self-defense pleaIs
tie Raleigh today. i.\ Stevens, purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Township, Range and west three fourths of south half of

thll discussion." man ga ve-the officers the Informationthat being made the chief issue b? }Iaywood's 2497. dated the 4th day of November, A. D. 1805. 15 23 northwest quarter section 12. all in township 13
and Certificate \T?$. dated August 6th A. i). P't XEJf and P't S%, Section 19. 9 iS 9t range 21,northwest quarter of southwest quarter -
lad to the arrest of the youth. attorneys, who claim that Skin 1900.has filed said certificates in my office and ana east hal of southwest quarter section 6,

CONSPIRACY ALLEGED. The Idea the old negro had was that ner struck him prior to the first shot. has made application for tax deed to issue and west ot southeast quarter section 7.
in accordance with law. and west half northeast quarter of south half
I the boy was a fugitive from Justice, Two soldiers stationed at Ft. Morgan Said certificate embraces the following de NOTICE of northeast quarter section S, all in township

Trial of Former Assistant Attorney and was about to starve to death, and scribed property situated i:. Marion county 13. range 22
Ala. drowned
Mobile were
Florida, to-wit- The said land being assessed at the date of
General For P. 0. Department it[ would be better for him to be put to rm thPir.__ way.. to FL. Gaines. Fla. North half of southwest and south- : of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of the issuance of such certificates in the*
n -- quarter
LIae1raj of If he had to The- u Chapter 4S3, Laws of Florida of I.J. Brokaw. Jno Jackson eat John F. Dunn
Oct. 15.-The trial trial even hang. The yacht in which they were travelIng east quarter of southwest quarter Section 36. est Martha Evans, John Kabakras and *
and west half of southwest quarter of Section IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT V.
Dail Voorheea MOler of Terre old negro thought hanging could not be overturned. NOTICE parties unknown Unless said certificates
25. all in Township 16, Range z.:. Pratt purchaser of Tax Certificate shal '
redeemed law
to tax deed
Raute, formerly assistant: attorney general as bad as starving The said land being assessed at the date of No. 1874 dated the 1st day of July. A. D. issued be thereon: the nth day of November, b
Miss Mae Wood, a clerk in the postal the issuance of such certificates in the name of 1901. has filed said certificate in my ofc and A
for the. pohtoffice department at'lihlugton A. has made for tax deed in D.1903.
department at Washington alleges Unknown, F. Q. Brown Trustee. L. Gnggs application is my official signature and seal this
\\ II. Johns or WANT U. S. TO CO-OPERATE. and J_ !>. Martin accordance WIlh law. Said certificate embraces Wuues ol A I).
and : 3rd day
Joseph 1903.
that she has been jilted by aged Senator Unless said certificatess hall be redeemed according the following descrided property situated in o'ober. S.
(1"I ItotbU: Ind far conspiracy law. tax deed will .. thereon on Marion Florida to-wit: T.blSTRUNK. i
alleged Platt, of New York, and villl take to i sne county. 1090 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. 'f.
and connection with dseiiiots Macedonian Revolutionary Committee the 3ist day ol October A. D. 1903. Lot 26 Becket Plantation Plat Book A, page F.
bribery in
steps to prevent his wedding to Mrs. Witness my official signature and seal this I S6. section 27 township 16, range 22.
allowing J. J. Ryan & Co., turf Sends Delegate.New the 2ist day of September A. D.1903. The said land beingassessed at the date of the

wmmUiioners. of malls was York OcL 14.-Another delegate Janeway.It 925 S. T.SI TRt'XK.I: I issuance. of such certificate in the name of NOTICE "
the use that there have been Clerk Circuit Court Marion County. Florida. party Unknown. Unless said certificate shall '
lotted this morning with the direct sent by the Macedonian revolutionary Is charged be redeemed according to law. tax deed will
wholesale violations of the naturalization issue thereon on the 17th day of October A. D. Notice of Application lor Tax Deed Under Sec
In aid that
committee G country -
malnation of J. J. still in prog-
Ryan it of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
with has 1903.Witness official and seal this
'.... When last night In its struggle Turkey, mv signature
court adjourned Is said, will ask congress to put naturalization SETTLEMENT/ AND FINAL DISCHARGE. the 9th day of Sept, A. 1903. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. B .
He Is Constantine St. x
Jadte here. i> of Tax Certificate No.
Tkompaon! took. under advise-- arrived S.T. SISTRCNK. Brooks purchaser .

tt ett. the. objection of counsel to Ryan phanove and is a Yale graduate, hav. .in control of the federal -- 9 I Clerk Crcuit Court Marion Co.Fla. and 2265,certificates dated the 4th 2290 day and ol 2379.November dated August A. D. 1895 7lh.IS99. ,. :.

toUfylnj to what: Johns said to him ing been a member of the class of government.James NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE and certificate 1388, dated July ist. 1901 -'
S H. Darling Joseph White Cor executor of the last will and has filed said certificates in my office and has
about -hat Miller may have said to 1899. : testament of JOHN A.COLE. deceased will on NOTICE. made application for tax deed to issue in accordance ,
JI lms "decisions. Ry- "We want. this government. to cooperate nelius Cokes and John L. Moore, miV with law. Said certificates embracethe
concerning future the iSth day of Ftbntaty S. D.i os.

U and Johns were in a room at the with the other powers." he Itary prisoners at Alcatraz, have been make final settlement of his accounts and apply Marion following county.described Flonda. prooerty ntuated in i
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec (w1
; Terre Haute tesVnony said "ani we want all the powers to released by the authorities on pardons for final discharge. Such final settlement and Lot 3 block 6 Danbur. half of north
alone and the former application to be made to the county Judge of tion 8, of Chapter 4SSS Laws of Florida. half of of southwest
of a Chris- which it Is. now discovered wer sulhwest quarter quarte
: when demand the appointment :Marion county at Ocala. Florida south of t -
was stopped yesterday IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. E. of section 19, sulbw quarter
k M InrolTed 1Ul1er.t tian governor who shall be responsible forgeries.D. 82S6m J. M. LIDDELL. NOTICE purchaser of Tax certificate No. section 29 all in township 16, range 23:

f lien court convened Judge Thom- :,' to the powers and not to Turkey. V. Miller, formerly assistant attorney I ___ __n____ 2441.A. D.2373, 2476.2873 has filed, said certificate the 7th Gay in of my August office, half and of west southeast half of quarter southwest of southwest quarter and quarter west

II fa Russo-Austrian reforms are not for the postal department : 15 section 22 township 15 range 22
| a; opinion of some length. In "The general NOTICE and application for tax deed to issue in The said land being assessed the date

t; *Mch he cited cases bearing on the sufficient and will not correct the is on trial at Cincinnati on the the accordance following with described law. Said property certificates situated embrace in the issuance of suc certificate in the name o

I t e tton of testimony, where consplra present t/rrible conditions." charge of accepting a Bribe while it! Marion county, Florida to wit: Parties Company.and Henmng l-nle said Land certificates and

I C 7 was inrolfed. decided thai a prii government service.Dr. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit northwest Southwest quarter quarter of of southeast northeast quarter quarter and and Improvement shall be redeemed according to law tax

i facie case had been su *ienty Shot by His Own Gun. Marcus M. Jastrow, one of the in and for In Marion Chancery.County. Florida. I north half section of southeast and north quarter half of of southeast ber deed, X will D.issue 1903 thereon on the 31st day of Oct

: **4 out to permit the testimony o. Cordele Ga.. Oct. 15.-Word was re- most prominent rabbis In the United I' quarter quarter of northwest 27 quarter, sion northwe 35 Witness my omcial signature and seal this the
Lewis O'Neal Complainant, vs. .
the family of Judge J. Benjamin southeast of northwest quarter, section 24th day September, A.D 1903.
,. Wn to be admitted. reived here by State, died yesterday afternoon at hi! flattie]. O'Neal Defendant. township quarter 16. range 24. and northwest quarterof S.T. SI3TRUNK

Counsel for he defense "excepted B. Scott that he, while at his tie home In Germantown., Pa. ORDERED THVT THE DEPENDENT 35 southwest quarter section 15, township 17, 9-25 C Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.F

Id the Isaac, near Fitzgerald, was IriS named. Hattie J. O'Neal be and she range 24
of Ryti. at
ruling and examination camp died!
Archbishop Kain. of St Louis : required to to the bill of complaint The said land being assessed at the date of
is hereby appear
; ** by the government counsel was badly shot In one of his arms this at SL Agnes sanitarium -Baltimore, in said cause on or before Monday.the 2nd the issuance of such certificate in the name of WANTED in each-SEVERAL state to travel INDUSTRIOUS for house PERsons -
& Co., W. H. ebUhe
from a discharge of his gun. of November A. D. 1903. Henning Land Improvement
telum&J. morning day
-1 r where he had been a patient sincE It is further ordered that a copy of this order Tandy, R. J. Ellis and Unknown. t'nles said eleven years and with a large cpilI '
While In Judge Scott had started for a squirrel shall be redeemed to upon mercnants and agents for ful and
i *- Ryan proceeded to repeat May 12.Doctors. be published once week for four: consecutive certificate according lw.. line. Permanent engagement Weekly
The gun fell from the bug. weeks in the Ocala Banner. tax deed will issue thereon on the 25th dy profitable
11 | U11 the conversation Johns and him- hunt. cash salary of Si8 and all traveling excuses:
that hai A. D. October. A. D.,iqov
assert aa attempt This the nnd day September 1003.
| | f 1e1l1n the room had had at the Terra gy exploding and the entire discharge S SISTRCNK. Witness my official signature and seal this the and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
9 25 reference
essentUL Mention
soldiers not
: of of his been made to kill the on dutj Clerk Circuit Court. 15th day of September A. a 1903. Exprience
Haute a part one
the wit tearing away self-addressed THE
hotel. during: which ] S. T. SISTRUNK. envelope.
Cripple Creek by poisoning their RivsiosD B. BU.LOCK:, uco
-. ltal chimed to have made a contractwith: arms. at water. Camellia t's solicitor. o-iS Clerk Cit Court Marion Co. F. NA TISA .334 Dearborn St. Chicago 4


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K gdf)nlh porte fchows, which constant before growth.the creation The .:..:. Our buyer has just returned from the Eastern mari:I

of the great trunk line railroads connecting :: .
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l coast between served the as west the outlet and European for trade r:: kets where he selected the choicest goods to be found, ;I

countries, are re-establishing! their ::

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must measure eventually feecure!of traI'handle a constantly e. Southern the bulk Increasing port of will the ,.:.....: and must have. Note a few of the arrivals for the | I

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: time in thahiatory of that section. ::- Rolston's Cereal Coffee, "Presto" Breakfast Food, Force" Food, Potsum 3
I :'. Miss Tucker at Last the Might.Methodist Church ...= and Grape Nuts. No 1 Fancy Shore Mackerel, in bulk and 10:b. kits; Dutch 3

A very large audience welcomed :: Herring Kippered Herring in bulk. Imported Sardines Cod Roes Fresh 3
.. bliss Tucker it the Methodist Church :: '

Uat church night.Woe filled The entire and the body: ovtifl-jw of the!: G-:=- Herring, French Peas, Mush Rooms, Succotash, Etc. Edam, Pineapple and :....SCream .

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II very earot and very pleaMnt?. chetpoke .. CHASE & SANBORN'S TEAS AND COFFEES. :

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't The congregation wa entirely attentive : In Heinz's Famous Brand have Salad '
and Mha Tucker's gifieil talk! ,. Keystone we Celery .,
and Is'il Godby's singing were alike: ::

tnjo)00.Confession of a Priest. rC.. priced Pickles, Sweet Midget Gherkins, Preserved Sweet Pickles :S !

Hev.Jno S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., .. '
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writ, "For 12 years I suffered from. Chutney
Yellow Jaundice. consulted! a number :-
of pbyfeiciaus and tried all sorts, of .- -II4
medicine,but got no relief. Iheu Ibegin .- -
to ue Electric Bitters and feet ::
that I am now cured of a(disea c that c> I
had me in iu grip for twelve 0 )ur ." Ct .
If you want & reliable medicine for
Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach ::-- --44
disorder general debility,gEt Electric Ii>- 44
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BUterc. It's guaranteed by AutiMouo ..-
['(Iy Drug More,and Tydiugs &
Co. Ooly 5Oe. in :: Our facilities for handling whoelsale trade are being improved evrey
Bowling Pa-t---
Ocala is developing some tntLui! tic bowlers amoug bath the young .. day, gives us pleasure to quote prices on any our line to

r. F Indies bowling and alley young is gentlemen becoming and quite the* :Oo::-: merchants Write us for price list and let us show you where we can ::3-41

popular resort 8 '
It is" a delightful way to spend an .- save
you money and time on your orders
evening Friday night several of the &
young gentlemen chartered the alley o
and in company with a number of _- -
young ladies bowled several games. :-
Those bowling were: Mr. and Mrs. C.
HaT Corn Oats Bran Cow Feed Etc.
8.T. Kistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.WaUon : ,.
Miss Edith Piatt, Miss Sara r- .-tiI I
Harris, Miss Lena Bullock, Miss :-- -11
Maxie Bullock,Messrs.J. H. Taylor) C_
W. T. Wheeler,Geo. McKean, Chas. :-h -till1

.'b Miller and Dr.Mothers.W. H. Powers.- .r.E Call on us when in search of Groceries of any kind.

Who would keep their children in :
t good health should watch for the first! .- :
symptoms of worms, and remove :-
thtm with White's Vermifuge. ..
i It Is! the children's best tonic. It getsdigebtion e THE TEA POT
i at work so that their food .. GROCERY.11
does them good, aud they grow up .
healthy and strong. 25e. at Anti- ,
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1 for "big offices" fairly, but hasn't : .--

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