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Uniform Title:
Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Live Oak, FL
W.L. Whitfield
Chas. H. Tatum
Creation Date:
September 27, 1895
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1884; ceased in 1897.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 16 (Sept. 27, 1895).
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Is Headquarters for every
tyle of Job Prin.,ing, flom-a'
tiny card to a sheet poster.
Prices Reason able.


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TIstheonly paper published
iliSuvtvanneeCouintLy. It las
the largoetS.iculatihnofany
paper in- Middle Florida.

CHAS. H. TATUM, > r,,.,h,,.,.


A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests'of Florida.



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When I sayv ioney I nfi it. No wrangle about part cash and balance in trade, or Due Bill until Saturday. I have tbe-

Slhefe>to offerand as much as much as any man per 100 pounds. ,

At the same tie if you want to invest le. in a yard of Lace or $8.50 for 100 pounds of Bacon I am your little man -


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oGiernor-nHenry L. Mi;t-hPl'. rarrSpi.
o .srr lsiry or'ilhte-J. ''ras i....ii, 5'r..w-
for.i III-
AtIorney-GOen sal-W. B. LaUia. Monlto.l-
Treaurer-C. B. Collins.
C.)mm'rof Larndi-L E. W.aibwell. Talln-
h a.-ee..
S AdJilanI-Gen:.-rasl- Pat Houiloin. Tllah:s-
mlupt..Plubll,? In ltli l.u-W .N. Ii':h r[t.
xSuprailt- l'Courl-R..S I.I.Ilsi lisl .lus-
tl I; H M.r'. H.F. -' T lm. Jud el:; J
B. wrstfl Id, Cied t ,'-Talhlhtc--e.
County Judge-F. N.cnn .--r.
('leik t-lreuh 'nfsrt-.I H.T.
Stpril--I- VW Hirwkln..
C l]|6'lorofi' Rev'i-i-ll,.--.l.-\. Csiiu.
'.s" A re ir 1,r l'.it" -.-- I. ". H-olj,.
Treaiur-r-W. A. PaiK r.
Sirvsvor-N. V. Brya- n.
1i,[ 'ub. -i'hi' le V. Unitei'el.
Counis' CVoliiinloner--W. ."l'-o.n, Ch'n:
%lP 1.t. Hall.-H D. Pewro,.-lc. 0. W. DteiupwtV,
r R. I. A.loisi: riUeeln LSI Is nt L in -r'
SSi'hnol .'oniniimosnIi, -C. H. Bi ni-oit.OlT'.n
J.J."Sealeyami I. L. Mcl'lluni; rUii.. iuins
.8t J 'Aaliurday..
Supervlsuror' ? Re itrulin-EI .stal.y.
""ltRCUIT (.OiURT:
Tbtrt Jud icial CIrcuit-J,,Itl F. \\iiit,
Li v' I iak:;
L al-a A.[llorn.-y-L. E. Robereon, JL.ic.r.
bPR I.'. TERM:
Taylo', lnt Trasie In April.
Mta li-on, 2n rL,,-.i.cV' III .A jI il.
_Hdii llliit.)i. Ith Ti".'1 i' il t11 .ai5 iii try.
n,- uwsuui e iii. Tu'--.j'V lii M'..
S I',.iumb u. Ithib TuI.-d iI, AIl't.
IaFayet,', '2od Tue'sday In June.
TaT.or, It Tue-lay In ( iober.
Mltidl' Tue-, Hamhilifio &iI Tiisue.ay in .\upu->.
Buwannee. 'Ud Tuesday in 'N,\.-r
Columbiafl 4111 "1'1,:i ay II Noi :.iii'l.,-r.
LFn'yet[e, I2ndiTnsday in Deccmiur.
S J. N. (C'ounrr Jludo,
F. Ree-e. P1'e.'utrng .A osrnmey.
Terr. T's-rm ud Tu, sIan. lU In Feun:iiiy April.
July abd O'eltler.
'. 's, -- ,
Mayor. E iss" n
r. .- reasrer- M yor- .. ri--.
el.p ... ,,lfe,'s.h lrnus I t. M.

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M.AHiaN,. KEE-. F. L. IER.,

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IjE OAK, FLiP.[D. .
i.l-tA^M'tt'e in all Court, or Tnird Jul huli
-, r ,siruioSor Fhl]ila.
5'.*^ J f.T, iN. ASP .' i'E IALTY.
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Of- 0lce over R. A. Ivey's 'Store.

W. LONG, M. D.,


IWOl'fee over J. C. Baladen'r Slore.



It~IVE O.iti, ,- FLsitltDA.

";:.'!. V E ,vOAK, FULRtD A.
S OtYers his sbnlerices o he 1swnple of l.iv.' ak
and Suwanve Coanty. Oltb.c-,ier the .i-re
S. oH.K. Lewin. f
SA ffl't.f ours: 0 t, 12a. ni.. .. in.

W'. A.RTtlH, M. D,
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Andromeda Rock, *
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S l r ,.['.-. s.,,. u i, .
L z: ,,,J --, Arabs, and Japa. "
Come here, and I will show to thee
what you`n notfind in your maps.
Look this direction toward the shore,
Do you not see the wild waves sweep
Yonder-from land a mile or more,
.&' A r- 'i rL.'-I oek-y heap.
r Thbre, says ancient ,,. rl-., ,
I'. I,, W. i r I I i i -l .
- T r'r-i inis is- h s-..i Jurs r- .I '
fly Perseus bold she was reached, /
/ \\ ...I.- .--irr IsI .-, i ..r ighed.
A lI.;. r b.'- I-s l.,i' r'h r' wooed

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Dr. Ro.: he, i-. eutl rn.tiri-d ,i .,I'.,.
-.t' th.e BLiti-h il ra\y. y.z % D. .Sin J tJ el 'If r f l- i ~-. "f s-',uale
lia noi equnl f'.1r th*- .l;-'1i--.-c '. ,whir
it is rI-,.,'t-)rusi l.-.led For sa.le' Iy D
L. T. B..atii-Lit.
.-' -1fo Laiaghing Matter.
N" M,. 's FL.u'x'o "hA, St... tl, lpu.
DITOR--;- '*. N..-" -% -"-.-
Having take A. M. Mann's ..w
arti,.l..s and r.lro\vu him_ guilty ,
gr,.'.-..', leari,-ati,.,n- iin many iu-taL
cevs. l s-? I.,e : -iii'. v.-ry is,,_'Lry in y ',u
last sui-. atirl in r-:ply its, gra
,hargi-'s ,-,f rahri..ati..n aud i nii-3t-'pri
-s-nta'.ti n. Ls ti i.--. to L ,s t :,ti 'a thiu
I j.,k,:.
In lhii til t lets--rh b- i'iasdle s-ti: t i

wle-n I caill..l bhi autteuti.i tO.: tl
fd, t. IvK _I Lt- j,:tiu:-'.
A. iM. MauLin tand- --elf ,:.Lii i.'t':
of slandl-riu'- tle t:wu 4.f Msto ai
thei .' S I i'fau l .s.... Iut;, (' luini- -iU'k-
o-f LaFu tte ,- ..uiinty.witsL-i.ut aL at.
,f tIritti L.': Isaies i. ui a -eI ti.:' uii .".
and whtu I -i te-,.I -d tlhi 1fa.t I
taks- n-r 'ig.' iri uar, c-is anl- I Lri,'
ihitbiug,. And tlt.- f.l-ll.iw >lh:irii
be a minister s.f ith,..- l.'il! No w.-
dr religion is .llro'grailin'! L.-t il
shur-hc'bi s ease having hy4t%.'ris.h .'vi
danc-ing aulI tithe-r lkiuiIred itiisit
Inents till they teaa,_h their Linirilte'
to observe the '9thi '...nimantjdnieut.
I ani not writing thi>i-'.- l-.ttr' t
your paper. M. E.lit,..ri. uisr.-ly If
aintuslenent or the I,..V ,.- .-!. utr':-v. '
but because .,ty du .y i.pnau,.- -l r m-e th
-our h.onorab.l aru,1 i l.-t.thiall.i il ..i
shall u-.t h'e nilig.rel-l I,.y aiuy traivi
ing LIprac-'lur thar bapp-rn.- t., tfl.
this way. Y.,ur- Tiuhly
R,:nif'r L. Gt-'.t.EsLED.
Mr. W. nW P.,.I. df.>:.. n Fiis B.a
ti- t u l .hi.' M t. V s..inUu. IlI.. I \.
'"La't -iute-i' I had a 'Is-ilo f LaGi ip
w-hi.:h lasttel me iuea;rly all \vint.
A. 't.-r trying vni'ti' i li, i _l II Ii
a l ,-,ttk,- ,f P,.oy l hl > I i:'i ,,' -. i.h,
uired iii- aft,'r ail ..I-.'- tfa ledl. I w
attire ke.d n;:ain tL.,; wiut.ii sitil L
iirip[ -'. is s(rL-iiir t i u. .1 i
ahi oftA 'u.iD'l t.I a..tiii.'1s ii'--
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All th.- M ..-rnii Iii r..-m,-nl-in ll .,,r i..f Sal' .inl TiiI e L .n.lks, ani, li'uid'g sr'i y ",
I J. ihl. ,,I a> ;r^ ( lJ "- 1: I kl inl- [l]l 1ill lill.u

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I n -, t. r l- .u ..h-,. ,. il 1 r r'I, j I.', L Jd, g v I'. '-,i '.uti br 'p, lr u u aL uI Si*cIP u ,r L hi frll
irh "v sr- u.,*- iI tl.- ,i , arnd Igr'..-'r usis' i, hlas'' ; In ; 'rsinils au id Iis [t',I'itI- t..- -
m .- n s i cs a r il *,. II l a .se I .:- n ilu ri .u i,,ig il. Ivl rir -l ui 'nl p issi u s .l Litf r: lst ,)cy u n tl f r nt .I ,?,_,i .
dlsl..'ss 4 --, "
Tl iI v IL.ti' irnI s'I in larce I,,l. innd <.'fs.s''.eji-iill. \ p the'-.-l Fri.: s'e.and issr i.'hir "'.
rpatr b Ir ', susll tia. e i of' i lll, ii su.
ills I ; I-i s l 1 .- ai. id n':.t l ,Iair i., '''i l a r ii-r in .. l.n Ihan
Ir,. m invr mi'i t ,-r Il .'v i II re r ',jisp l ,i a" il si ai lni l. u .itr.umr n t' s sf'
couiplirs Is 1 all lir, iiii'lr.'Is i l ji ll Lu1 ,- Ir f -. .
Merciuuta h.. an.I '\lM ic.i -4 ;.i' "
T I ir I, ,i .I,'l n l ii.% '-r .in' ra le in ts ,' Ta r'a,-i f F l ,-',i aj riif ail iP It nPa ',e-i Va'y
liil a bi'li ,i I ,'-".- in .Jalt-i', ,U us e'r aju u1ud 14Ist hsi .t: .-:t'eso pllejJ -u s
IM rsr .1 r-vs!',. disrdl, ths.r IA 'I ..... s.
)IOn an'] atIer IL. i L,:'1 t if ,,lc,-r Ih-.thr- ill Ii- fi, url in their ila~i.riw,. s
S l.' I vish iwo Iwe duOIrs r'vutefl 1'. u DIIUAJ s,,Ilt on ,rf liU truuini-ft,,s coan be
a hsle SrI.
('aLtni.orvs,A. price anud irr.rnitajn will h. prorni|nly ald c-
,LUDDEN & BATES' SoLthern h t ic
-' B ira w IB-ackso ]a
Eor i 0 B Br, ""a-'

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, SEPT. 27, 1895. -. ,. i J.


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.A sU..E- ~ Fr N rne tl e to". 1 l .Il .. A il. ,a \,I k''.' wn,iri.,' n
/ ,'; .I L.'..' !. (-1, -.'l.':.l, .i\ 11- J i.e 1m
----. N,"O(rm.,. Lt". : ; r --H- t..t ,",ri ,.ee,. tr,..i,|,-, wih chrl,-,i..i
Fs.,r Fliridia i. l-tsi l Atl ila ii lI D1 L) a .- .:.t thi -.lj' *** r .i ,.. i... a u, I i i.-.. n u it ii.....
to Florida S ewtpapers. tective .'.-* i. iii ,'i. i. --..1 a cir- ith little relief until she tried Cham-
All Florida visitors to Atlanta are 'cular t". .ia""h. t rowers, berlaid'sColic Cholera and Diarrhoea
invited to make the West Florida de- which will I. tomorrow. He Remedy, which has cured her sound
partment"their headquarters. A reg- says: and well. Give it a trial and you will
sister will be kept in which all Floridi- NewOre .epember be surprised at the ompt relief it
ans visiting Atlanta will be requested 5- the Cotto .w- affords. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
to register their names, their home -- i -.r ": i. L T. 2 a,.atriglit tru tgisot.
postoffice, their Atlanta city address '" I, "' .' ,. r \',, .. I" itii.t...ual a
u 1 Ul .]- .date of their expected depar- 1..lla I '" 'i -.,i:1t .' .,,,, .1 th t l i ii, a .t'.I r Itl n t. snal y Ltt I'-te
ture from Atlanta. All letters or tele-s ti, L...I (Leid. .n isnt .i.avie.
grams sent to the care of the West s'. ,,. i Ell. .-..ui,'l ,' ... ati. Lisi.ti..-.I. a d the ra,le brut ghta
Florida exhibit will receive careful i r .. l I .'11 -, tI.. ,lfl. ii,.iudth .n. Ti' e Brit.
attention and Floridians leaving :- -. I Is:.w a man i"with a grivano.n
li.L -. -ith.'ihi t a settled address in At- lu ..i-;-rs .-. t ill .r' veni thini rr m
lUlIta ni.uld do well to have their ,,, ... i-i
Ili,.t.i,,ls nJ ur'- them to the care ,.Iofs'* -,i r-. It*- -,., L!Ls ,. ng i Th,.r "al n 'e Anru eri-
I th. Wi -t Florida exhibit.' Agrieultur- i, t ,. I...'. *l l' .. t .. n thI tIn,., En l
wII~s A l l III, '- tif i i*.: i'.'s.s t nglilI)
ul r iil,.liug, Atla ita. a, ,',.e t h ,.l,: ,*. ..h t ', I...I.. \'. ha,' I,,e di-t.Jrul.,,t and the
The Rifes have led ,.i- ,-.. rli.- u tiotnai port Iut back
The M.Suwaiins2 RIlt'les have ;lleil a 'I, .
ipin ,:.i-lng f.,r th.- trausa..ti,..n .> h' I 'i 1 ju ir h ..:.:lit."--,1i..i.. h f a t .
u..- ,,f -,.-ial inpir ran' e. It i- h.I. -' -. i '. .- i i- il -I i ig W ihy-i.-al
-I thi tt allthe iinelt rs will e 1- pr,.- ... ,I.'. In- It i ..-ssalysrhl e I r.:t..i ..,f Y- M. C. A., D-s6 Mr.intif-,
-.tit. arldI tauke an active part in thli,- l' t la -, in h diM n liti: trivt a fr.[:,r I,.,wa :;i l ie s.ln <:ol.e'lentii, _ly r.'-
pr.-. .iils;. Our military ',mupanl y at Ithii. .w'.-e e .I.1 h.- ,iia-- ..:ii- ud 'hanil.rlainu's Paip Bulin
hi.i I-P ea r each tiz n. Tl tr.:,i _ari.l I--.i t t tiLt- a..-ial t.. i -c':, gy na t, tiy'li t t
Is,,- I--,,':nu ;- crer it f.r.r th l -- l. t'hl lI,.I i fyL': -i l'ati is-, ,t r li'tI, ii l l li.3-r' and the prof ca .n in g'n-
Iiitati.-.n already achieve.,J. l.ut fllu a .i1 l b .- .. ri e' 1i n."l i. ily -. r.-l f..r niis- pruis and di-l.-a--
h gligh..r bis..r. ,-an he w in. if r..iar l-''- 'i. t; :.u : al ... f.:r so.renes and stiffness
|-.'..p.- \"illi ..ily take thr pr.lpert iu. "I ,l..I 't i...-- a iit -lAt -ti-iin a;u l ...f th'.e uiiJJ,,i le W hen applied before
T t.-r.t,st in thi ,'sonditi..,n and c inh t ..r' n.-. ... .. ,n.u iSal.;kei Iy a.: U iiraL.' l..r. tile aS itl-. (-ille sw,_lleuI it %will fe,.'t
l. .-.i ,auy:. Th,.y ha'.e a right t.., "--, .s.fI -le --...p Ire in -'e it th .timeually re-
,n ..*x .'it that .e w ill -dtim late them t i[. .- t 1 -i I -n r... n n ..w le l ofs t )run'--is t. sal y'-- --
.' <-sX ti:si..D s by our prrre-.e-nce, r ' liiUtsdiTi.-. I ven t he t-
., and reu-,.rage thui t., higher s iin ttat t l a. t a 'in ~ae gall' that ha s, long been
t i:.y ...ur kindly w .rd'. Somi i.of 1i.1 Ir' :v'L:' .I Hus0'i,;)ch(il4 1e .,;, au uri,-ightly ,iin nrient t., the jail
r. itiz.-n, have never refused to anuwe-ri '-'" I, I I.ile1 ,'. n)'rll S e h'dir l'- yard iiat at last be torn down. Its
a Call .-f the I:.oy's tf.r help. but. many .il .. ii.: -.'.I w. rk finished. The mur-
have tiir'd a deafe'ar teach apIeal. "'ri.: Erl ; faUen from'ite plat.for-i
Leit .n-all unite, in the future l- u Pe. rs. s ,t'' Idity, while hundreds of Su-
S'.' rtin i' company, and tuj:ldiug tl, Ali. r..'i yu n po4.pl9 s.x4t round,

U y-If th ,la...-fF i'e-. e fiate of these there mwen should
"I ll h, nI e.r o,.,f ir, paprh t'e- ,nl-ev.tl3..hi,.ttn othelssof the samte
4- t.: Illi- thlley ill ie kept on file f.,:r th-e .'' t- th-ir ign.,m inisssi,.r, end
r I.,-' .d% VLits,'. If coinmilttee, i, Nill. L. hlll '- dil, I.-.l ....tiiutil,..-, ,,uls n ru the negros against the
' anyV ',art stL th,. state, desirL at au ,' ,Li, ,ll% L' tI th. L I ,".l' Ii. I ll'o- s f ..- i iis u of *'rime in every form.
tii l, : t. :, i strilutie their ls.o .al pac 'i t',j p s.i l litt L. ;l] ,1 "ii ..,f re Ven i
Id ..I- |.. p lt. L yall. lr t' ..f I: t-r.ll: will A-,ti through the I.blo:d.1 I s l'
t-rit .' it, r at Atlanta, will ie thIV 'L 'I l- ttl LIti h i'K. _'[ s .. S :.asA .n t ouly .m'nt -*.'ifula,
u r t.ithf, ill attention. til al i ... rLI'il- It v 1, it t l i '...., bitt giv,.* health and
SIW. D. iI ..I ,iiiiii .r ,1' :. if the ,, ti he IcI.' L. h'dv.
"" '. D 'II I LLI I. ,' I ,
'1 Ct,.unii-i.r.u rfif...r,,rFi.,ri.]a, s i I -. I
Ag cultural, *- tLi.,t the uqta h ,i sf -Ti t l .
, u- Atla ta, ( i. l: In-. : .-v m ,, tlit., would a r
,1 he :i ,iir..'d i a t.ih, sII,,I lu t-,: I'tice of Sa, (, LA ni fE r.,.i5ro LL., ol Chester- ( '- .il 11 I ti p -..r'e ofa hi,,., N. H.. u ted with an
n a tl tid ,' r.L.[..I'I. t te,." , ,_lrn fair-, t: iemrely seve pai n-n be lowei r i r
A., KILL-GERM ,,glt -t,, .LUl,. hi- h,_ ,:.r thT' T elietS as T 'ft, tai
S OURES ITOH Ii,-:tA i._ t ll.l HlJ-s. N1 .... atr[I ofiot&l .ie 'Le
'"- .Tra '.:m t . e h.' -I'- ,I,~ ,., '.i.'~ ly\'i(. thI, _' I h of mi~y d ,ur.
IN 30 MINUTES. the, ..0il ,lh I, I,...,. Uei' ,. til, LA ,oi thes
u Cures Mange on Dogs. the w%. .at.- i.';..--. \Wh.i-..:r tieu Itit-Lid perspirn ih5i "wuldo
b Cures Scratches oiloker than i.,c a,,n.:1 th.. L,,u cdll-s when an he ..,sm.s^ e, n ayi-."..
Cures Scratches quicker tan ^,,lin ib all >iv.[,-...iJ Irt i iatuy tor me to
.r ,o')" 1be .\l~s'l,. an eota., is', is agouy for me to
.- any other known remedy. JIi g,.-neii0 .a iud bha,. l.: cuuiitm..arat. mae umeSent
r Cures all skin diseases. ..II the th. Ientirelyer.Theycame
"li"rie res,?t .-.iLli n is_ cntrely p Tuddenly, at any
t., For sale by p' i.'.,i_,tril. 'Ihe ....i..abined our of the day or
.r L., T. Boatrighi. Live Odk Fla, n.ihiiiiE ,, |'li1.irl .., tb.- -... 1,1 -:I n ag- nighLt, 1 `ast trom
y. .I. ule ia Li .I-- tim.. .i.... li ini thd i thirty minutes,to
ait The Tam a Daily Tie. aiiue vei i..d u .il,.th,' tli. i: .rI-, btilds-- halt a day, Ing as suddenly; but, for
rit. L "' ilu Vsl' ., ,,:,s t Iv.., i;,,i under several days iter, I was quite pros-
ienr to ..dtnucli..u by the fire route i teted and serSometimes the attacks
'll .nSuidavt aft,.roou of last week. At- IasI, *I uer1 inig were almostda, then less frequent After
at onri tilli it -.,eeni.d as if it would be I.,uial ..f -'s., Lt. tI anl. I bI, about Jour ye s of this suffering. I was
inshIosiil.le t,) save the plant, ,it .w tad'- i 1' l i' aI' fLiL 1 e itu, .-' taken down w billous typhoid lever. and
Iasti'., ir'sI efl i'i.'n llt w, la.,,rk th i ,,,t --t thi',. i,,].ii .ty r .. .i"|,:,,000 of wheri I began. recover, I had the worst.
S .tiv[.Liri. .-i.nt ...rki byhthhei [lr V. l le. Mt ai,' -t..-i Uiardian attack of my ol trouble I ever experenced.
.- p.artu.- nt I prevsen.:i 1 th,. sfpreadiu ,,-: ,,l Th -a tlat t i -tlI d did At'the first of iAe fever, my mother gave
p. ..f it.h. Ilhl,. and.. l ligh dau .. rit, _il a:t ye ur h t Et5.l.n. o ly m6 Ayer's Pl. myadotor recommending
St n..t h.ta tr' ilfl tah, far-r ,.w0.,, only. them as beln.better thawall thlnl he
S' dth..l t lding. It u. : e tod a.-0 log a Eng- ould p coutlued taking these
S ,..,.the a th t tlh.l I lle was of ineoudiary l il I,,,ight t,' , -e ,'roduced ills, and so geat was Uie beneAt derived
.r. l,.i,iu. an,t earn-'st efforts arena? Ieing ,.7.r,. Tr i g ji lli ILa ,I s..f I.;oou- that during nearly tirty years I have had
L' d lt .srih lt.aptiire the guilty att iss.. "' u nTi s ati .1' sul.- ev Ou take ut one attack,op mylormer trouble, which
,.h W ,ailin...t unde,-Ind why Liihe Timue rI i ugs asayV. Tfti ,tia hoi,,.' and yieldedreadIl to tie lme remedy'
a should l.s ,te vi, tim of such 81cowar, dl- ,u,., t i-h th.-.:' 'uh.ill r- AYER'S PILLS
I- ly -trea.hvy. It i' a bright new vy ket n..I Ll lk ofits Cs',.pili,Lowell,UMas
. .. ianL, free t hope that in a t:he fuui f,,ur ,uth,.s ; Every Dose Effective
:." -"rr n l ag ai -u M y e ue t a .it thele r : is to,
it ia,d that %%ithlout hindrance or m le. ,- tirk.t ur d -.t,.,n irh I,., able
i all asure out aonlif.. gen. Dorot..t -b it all for- F E. THOMtSON.
tv.oen uLlw al L'
o pr,- it for l~ -:sS it h.1I.. t PIIYSICIAN .4AND SL'RGEON,

1 As. i re"e.. r h hu. '," 't-,' Ii I' ,: .pin- BRA1t.NFoRD. FLORIDA.
he Elc~i l.r The a 'n s,. s' .p,-,ted ,ith profit o,
It h e 'vk# ,b e st I I t e ff ee ts a n t], a triu ,i t nt. ,, f l, -it, t ,l p a g e J .
nt'p re'a e rses adod o 'ri-'l'.'irati-_,I 'Hu-l CONTRACTOR AND BL'//.DAR,
t all' es ield to its i,.n anr lt -.l :it aN they LiVE OAK, FLORIDA.
E. en eall 'so arc affi d the ., ill _.. hat it Plans, Specificationsa an d iiF'.lm elrurn.i,.hed or.
i. tI r tle, atd gi r'e thl.s re .s.. it, L h,.. ,u and Applisctlon. All work I'iru .las anid Satls-
or a rh l' e of habitualI ,, rt, ,. h,: h s of action Gluaranteed.

In- gi'ti tp tristhe Iowls, 3 s 1s' u1 thu ..11 .A.are JW. LLOYD,
'IOng resist the u.o ,f ,- reqt(.--3t,:, t.I....-I.,likhths WA TCIIAfA'ER .4AndaI'FA.lW.R,
*Try it ,:nee.. Larg our uldlrvit s,'rva:st, 1 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
i sttlehsly ify cutops at Bar-layR. -"XHCFOR E'D. LANE, Full Line of First-elnse Jeaielry Always on
0s rrue rg-"e taeli auC..trou(r.wers Hand.
e '--~ 1'Fine Work.a Specialty, Patronaee orth PIiblis
teone thin' rnot*' i." Solicited. SShopin Drsg store el Backr.,.* &
a1 'i t hi to,itt .. -Is...- u on a on
le' n'ks" th,.. i.h.. work- Attenitioli, Builders.
lyIv I l, EEOH, S rd h- sell DOORS, SASH, BLINDS

"i", "- -:re dia and mauraoiure Brackeld a&d
.-.tds.' ', '-,l'l .:5. I, fault In Ballasters; alsooontract for hun'-
i0buck at-I get another L hg,, etQ. Call at Cnbibnwt Shop of
rsey, If we s-.a't sell I. J. STAFFORD.
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The Banner. The Ezxposiion.
Thi6 ili a and uv.i.ti.:,! and ibow age
The American tjkes a- naturally t,.,
Published Every Friday show as the young duck to water
Within a comparatively short time
"1S3scIPTION PRICE, $1.00 PER YEAR. his brain has startled the world wit
its achievements. From the treasury
W. 1.. \ T 'I'FI.D, ) house of art his genius has plucke
W. 1,. V[TFIFIRLD,) A .. editors, ^
T ., 'I its most priceless gems. With
CIT.\'. IT.. TATUM, PubisIers. touch of divinity his magic pencil ha
__ traced upon canvass the capture
Tvor TFLORIDA PRESSASOC.ATON: beauties of jealous heaven. Un
A/,I.IATED WITH THE NATIONAL EDITORIAL daunted by obstacles, unawed b
A8SOCIATIOV. mystery, in the bosom of nature h
has read her darkest secrets. Res
LIVE OAK, FLA., Sept. 27, 1895. less under any restrictions, he take
the wings of lightning and move
-. from place to place. There is ,in hi
S The Times. spirit a boldness, an eagerness tha
S Success is not the chimera of a dis- previous to hisldvent, was unknown
eased imagination, but the logical but that now thrills even the ol
effect of invincible causes. The sue- world from center to circumference
eessful man is he who reads and un- Of all these things he is justly proud
derstands the signs of the times. If, He is not willing that his light should
with wisdom and accuracy, he inter- be hid under a bushel. With so muc
prets. these signs for others h-e be- done, but with so much that remain
S comes atoned a *ilanthropistknown to be done he chooses rather to hay
and honored of his fellows. It is in- his work, like a city that is set upo
deed sf misfortune tlht the number a hill which cannot be hid. ; There. i
S (.fs>ich I, ir is so small, hut it in this both manly pride and wis
cau be eplilued,. perhaps, by the policy. He wishes the world to rea
S" ta'din, atof mankind's appreciation, ize what his energy has accomplished
IU a nai:U- prophe,.vy fiuns parallel and by the record of his past to judg
with the 'p,.ilar tide the public will of the possibilities of his future. Th
hpraise hisn. If in.a- tt. the publio.-illdamhim-^,h.r culrly blessed by an .exposialtsr
his fati nor hb is 'it .,*.riv?_the The civil war left her fields uneult
oli.litI-t. (*.b-ni.Jlrati ,n. Hii arqu- vated, and her homes desolate. Th
ir,,nts jie ca't ai.d-. as so much chaff, outside world as they saw her bleed
and, without measuring the conse- ing and crushed, thought her history
qen .,-o t., their victim or his 'cause, was ae losed book. The progressive
I I,. is-put down on the list of long hair- man turned his face Westward, an
ed men and tattoed women as a crank, followed what he believed to be th
a crank of the first water, acrank who star of Empire. In her rotting hai
is both a knave and a fool. Not long vests, and smoking ruins he read th
doom ol the South. Hils fancy, in it
: ago the land was full of calamity- doomes the South His fancy in it
howlers. Men with long faces stood wildest sweep could not picture th
on the street corners, and talkelI of half of what now his, physical eye
coming ruin. Grumblers of the would see. With the same courage
S chroni, r,'.r swarmltoutof their tt he had faced the enemy th
Sh.les. Thie croker s abroad in the Southern soldier began re-buildin
land. ant hro srd to aon his dismal his home. In his field he heard th
andl, and-ini uil t.I n i s dism. first notes of the lark, and there h
a ero a tgs negt uhalls.'ngedeLife labored until a setting sun threw th
V t rts, beR an t ilpg r:,tps. Deab th. hadows of the pines across hi- patio
t,: x p o r ts a n -J im p ~tr . ]- l- t t,,- n tl .. I .... h m
trade. Death t1,) ant[iar,:ture,. Death F'lan ,k by 'Jank th,. I,, e- was .,li.ilt
wa+ in thu \', airi. Tie dlemagogue. ? irrrw by [izrrw the farm iwas it-lti
rttel. W heu tive ar T.dl I ,n weir
taH .:-d lou..dIly of the ills fr1,i* whi ,..ah l,,,hu,., a, a wIel-ti te
his e,.untry sifferedl, and char eI a a i- "p, ile th rii
D e oa~ v i h "l I f m t u . I a r a l it" p c ,,! ib le t h e fg r i n
Demi..racv wirth rlug h-. t rhIltte l f "i tf
..: ive at t "i?-et ill- It wa p-et -of N nger, hi-h unt ring ner
_. A ,',p ee ffal]. thc -rn il dI a le ,/h r" ..i -b~ an'p~~ ,rin' ,an
-l ane sl -tight ater e hanned if emloy
[It 111.0 i lal'g-r stl,].ro-. .-.f ud-rt ul
' --- 0, \,Hunl f: an. l Inl. rejudi._Qd Jiae]
"the. N,:,t and WI -t the-n ISegan t
,e e souie h--pe ofI r-t,,rning pr,.-,;pe]
ld ae ay for the South. Belieing in th
the a .frths.l. r In a k s Ii l k o r h,r people, and .l.,th : f, rt it
a. biame, .r thIi r oae hSe -, her s.,il they iame Tith brain.4 an(
ra;'o -,Tauaeithe A, n s n ,' ,ine -y t'-, i pr,:,ve ia& L enri.-.h th
t. praise.o,'tho shining t land that hundr t a oif- 'alu el =. a nl w",, rthl ..ak. Ao l a e.rnse
h. ,' : ser t,. .,, ,._tur Putkal c p nnt y .hjn
cloudsI een r ,_atter,'ad any i ri..?~"~i e i --lit'ke, fron the ai the.
the, rEa s".# uh, ,trezr'u 1..ks o.ri" hlli hl-
3,4yar Wages. te nJn
tn i ema r nd.-ers o th een rpli .f IDlenty w-i l wTilth
g hwa Duforuandarrapi ie lAtdied farr ,- .ten inr th.. Lnlac
-of'ilf d r se :r-ak.n plantati' -ns
eP built in d'r, atr
d of dimlnantle
e'e iand sbit-.tantia
d. And,.,'er al
e r t .h. ,-. t h c* t hI- I eer
peand i-co-rtefitWIat ,:011
This .hanu,-,l ,',ndi
,81.1ouhJ lie made knou,,n
"n to'en the 0ti, If intnii
nun- a'ttdt:iadly in ,-.ur di
a3' .' 8 ased trade-rwill tring
1 3 s, a 4l carittal ti. Im
`,i-, t I d.4enterpris,-. An' of al
e We -i;re3 Atlanta i-s Ierhal, the
b.the for,such an Espoijiti'.n.
,f, oi t, c ax p, t i, lu
"1e r Iiii iusepara blv: linke.- d w ilh
we -,es.f the p,' ,t. H er hills
.. 'g. reed w ith d..athless m emw .-
f t.ies. er Wgpile ar,.. true types oI
T g t esk y a u ht t riff e ns. B y in d a -3riry an d
theois thrift 'e has Iecome ivn .f. ther lar-
s Ia, -promise ge rld meet p,:,perotus cities of
on. and the II ii- kiie h tm .fth
in p ., rm'. i j o 'Fine .c th e- tiru o f th e Ia -
ipy. m (thrady'. she has been ,.btin-
"' gis~J]'$ "ener,,us public slirt
er. and i mitablet eergv. Ao.,:Irdinp
pensive, even sad therefIore, I seems, ,, the IterIDal fi.-
oikcled,, but wihen Bess If things, agreat ho.uthvrn rs.
is Woes, he raise position is t.' ba, he'll, and it k to !e
ld. The cat came held in Atlanta. The sue,.-.w of that
11th ru mew an,'gen- exposition ik l_,W a-tuird. The rep-
be got withinais reach resontativ,5 Cf ail nati,.ni have
anl fur. The dh, in br.w,ught their diplays t a ht, In-ed
115n. t,, alleviate his i.har, uip,,n the gr,:,n'ls. EvLIy-tateI in
h,. tried pasa ari,1n~i hIlr onIcC,buijt the union will, we be-lieve, [,o ri-pro-
-s -au.sage mrei.L tan'1 hair. And Jolhn ...".-i "r ;t" gi:-'+ ar "nl ,' ?'sed.
the hearI't .farlz~r-bosy, whol had. the N,:' exc, q no Iab,',l will toe sared
Sbeas.t i charge. thie"l reck lessly h:, by Atlanta to nuake'her et~II iti.on
.hiur m'-hi-uneraI.i'5s largi'.. ~.'-ond1 only tothe Worldts F.1u at.
lib. t-ere thiecau~s'hreb'hie Chicago. The genius I:f the natiSn
lles.' UnqUrlid,"afid many wes's' his bieen eitnl~d:yt'd In making the
the.,'q 1' w':ho a-s,:ught+ another j-lana an] millions of ,~huItas hav'e
w~rhl." lie aevew dlid a duecdnt thing. bedn'spent in t~eir est.euti, Three~
he, wan nut uQrth'a dtiwat"; he kie'keIl" heart3 cheel's, then, fer this nubh'le
:. anI kic' -e~d-oi! be ,lie,', and then he. S,,uithurn tit.y! tlere 'at 'jar very
kik "':" '~'"-Gilt do',rie she has I~laI'.ed a Fujil'S,.lb as"
+' ; .;,, :rlu] has rarely seen, arid I no
t'' asit. do goodl to ouri t~eloedl s--ec-
i ;. ,m. m-t g odfeir thk, pr_-s( at gea,,-rati,.n
.... 8a[ lf:laii-en gfathei''d t,. thvir fsith,.is.
j'l.~i .,l~l~b.\':eIra nons everyi' true Ioi:.r I.,4 hiS
[.+ ,)ofeder+ 'y tO visit, it" [,.,.'ibh:', tli- great
. -,rna1 .';n.BI-e amad;rav day Iuteraati,)nal Exl:..p- iti.n. und, <:.,-,n
'" "ei:t,,sfnher. t',-,mlng as trit ute" bV hdpe:n .-a ,.a t
,' t "- "J _Iltft.-r 111e rettfnlon ,o, the 1_. .. pican-.. ... t. ,i.nt t'is
,.--' 'i - eatieton o~tbtei -ea
";:""+.tafi'aig .tuoaal 'I['nrk. au -immense It Is said] that Pu"esislent Cle\velaed
eel..-'m ' ',lo taflflto 5 fr~lli both a~th SrI5Xi det,.-rminI~d t,:, offer Williami B.
'wi% tll .vist 'At tta, and,it is ex~Ieett~uUo rnhl..w b,,.r the p~",a.,' on1 the -u',Iremen
+:....ha':..,tu kss" an one hundred thei~s-".. ..
.d-.l:q'itor ~wI t be at tie EXJIEltloJn court benl.h ma~li' vaeat hy the late
":.-n b.taut diay: "Eorv, effort is being Justice Ja~l++,:n. H,',rnM,-,w..r will

niade.-, t1e .-rtorti timeut of tie accept if at-d '.f hi. c Lr at n
st.lab-'6'r-a 0' the pu~lOli,.comifo.r do- acp Pa :,.. _fh+c:blm t~
,- grte 'Pfthe' pue o Anela-u by the ',nate. It is -.t.t. l .1. that
b',t, ,. -isbeing arranged for Swnator Hill will rend-r further th l.,p -
"'* -Wt' will d ulstrlw-'abs ring a sition' t.) the 'lnOrimati:,u. A later
gejetiinc.f the.vptranNof ti fr,,m N,-w Yourk says Mr.
-trrs han a-ney thar has ever been .rabl.wt when int.rxie d id idLhe
f .- ~ knew nothlo .:,f the. t.:,nder .'f the
T A-. YO'-O. IDEA DFAtin t him.F
.flow niely.Hoou-'..rsapar'iJa hbt', Judge Emory ex-co)ngres5-
"&t-.l ti' twho fee! all a fom Georgia, and now prsid-
^-^ ut. ormnU~w.D:..tron a-ny, eauge. -t ri ct^
i:_-:se..s ~to0 rtr Qap~rhwhde ayeaehaa- ing judge ,_. the United]States di-tet
SiT..ef th od ilp heawhe mechali- court rof the m-,ctthetn di.tri,-.t Of that
Jsmof the hody-. that all mves tate, haaccel.t-d an invitation to
._eoothl.y azndwirkd.Ltiecomean delight, deliver the op-uing address at the
-:ou;:are^~., ted and nerv.0 s, Cotton Stat-s and Internatiounal expo-
Q' d a, .S'ap6iH1& l's twh'at you siti)n. Judge Ster ia v enentleman
d.-;. : ;Tyry3jr. % f national reputation, L,th as a law-
'' Hop.. -P41so'u'p.UvrB consti. yer and as an orator, and will without
,. .. -st., k
_-O'R Pi .,ti1fo.uJ em;-Jaamd t'o, ek'k doubt make a notable utt-rancQ on
:-.+' -^lada(;hel+i tadt9o. that occasion,
,: "-"-.'.7 =.' %' -:* *'' '"."

Suorietit n-i t,:. '. ee ,-.i--.: i:.s us ,.mth. A CARD, i'iu vn".ie-c 11-. r -_Ii I.
er9-4e, u i .t.'atif i'. 1It f.:,ii..-if.. r.L ii .,-if., .' % --
a. i- fr,:,t,,;i, lh;-ur i- ,,,r ,. t, "- .it- i
- lanLa CouaitLuLion: "ltie wilier has ,l '.-:-, ',-,. ,:i; i-..iOl.: m 11.. .1.- I -
Sjust returned from a hasty trip t'i"i iu-Il Physical Culture. It is my ,, ,.
e through Florida. Only a cursory purpose to organize,-also, from my "
h glance at the state could be obtained lehss a Di ') and Dramatic Club with I TEVcHErs. i ."
, by a stay of less than a week, but 'i:
Enough was seen to draw an 9outline the intention ef lr.sentingbi-month- I
a of the state of affairs in our our sis-ly 1I i'' and Delsarte entertin- 1 'I
Ster State. Florida is still the 'Land of ments. i
d Flowers" for the roses, Jessamines, My terms arc as follows: Class in- .: .-
Sand myriads of kindred blossoms struction, per month, two lessons pr .
still bloom. But the orange blossom stuio pe mont t l esio per a J. lk,'
is not there. The cold of the past win- week, ashin avance, $3; Special pu 2 Missan ,ln:mt
e :~~~~~ Miss -J'ongn... 7 : ,_
p iItr e a r n g t o t a c h r o s p e c i a l 4 i s s S t ay .i ;
ter has robbed the garden of this one pil preparing to teac, threee special Misstoy
Flower. Yet, with all this loss, Flori- lessons per week, cashing advance, $5 Fite new i."- .' i l
Ds I Fifteen new 1 '; t. -. ~
is dians are not without hope. They To the pupils completing tho course week. ) i-; ,'. [ -,,,, :. .r,.
afe wonderful people, blessed with a Diploma will bo presented. To those off with enthus;i -...,. "I, ..-.. it.
indomitable will, and, possessing a ,
fine climate,- and a. soil capacle of who attain proficiency a ,. iti ... -.. .. e s ,'.:-, ,,- 1 ', ,
. yielding a diversity of marketable will be granted. -L-,Iine : school -I
d. products, they are engaging more ex- Elocution and Physical culture of- I'./ ., .
d tensively in truck gardening, and fers a large and profitable field to t.., I,_E -'..-' It t. I i-
Sare working busily,g whita they wait nd women, and so far,6 ;-1 l' 6.fl
s patiently for nature to make up to o fnminea o f e.a -t,. .
7e themthelosses caused by the past no pupil of mine has ever failed to .., .M i.- h,
n severe winter. Florida is not despon- secure a desirable position, time for oani h angv.,,.. riia...!
n i i dent, not asleep; but is fully awake Instruction will begin the first day and we a ne sure they will make pro-
0 to the importance of action. The of October, and those who desire to' gress; they have manly and womanly
1- people of its towns and oillages are take lessons will please communicate hearts and we know that by their
d, mitving onward."
lwitch me as soon as possible, gentlemanly and lady like deportment
S --While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L. CIAS. H. TATTJM, A. M. they.will mae Live Oak proud of
Kahler, a prominent shoe merchant them. .
Sof -Des"Moines, Iowa, had quite a Men may come and men may go Our catalogue is now out and will
' -erious time of it. Tie took such a but the female sleeves go ion forever, be sent to anyone on application.
rio We would be glad to have one In the
severe cold that he- could hardly talk d
le or navigate, but the prompt use of 1.- *'-iir( Ci'tyFaty ra-. I their hands of every family in this Ndad-
d- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cu..ed Ir.r- e g. *....,'I- ,i the joining counties. It would have been
y him of his cold so quickly that others iti!llI'.-' i-.l:'I I-I-,.'f ,mit- .- ku iblished long ago but for sickness
e at the hotel who had bad colds follow- of the compiler. Wo would call es-
d at the hotel who had bad colds follow- Charles B. Rouse, a wealthy New special attention to the rules and
ed his example and half a dozen per- York merchant, who served as a Con- relations, the system of grading
,r- sons ordered it from the nearest drug federate -private during the war, has and the inusic8i department.
.e store. They were profuse in their fdrt~laoumte ^ adtemscldprmn..
le shan to Mr. Kahre. They wer for tellin their given $100,000 for a fund to collect J. H. FTLKS,
ts how sto ur e a bad cold so quicklyng them and preserve the Confederate relics Principal.
tie how to cure a bad cold so quickly.of the war.
is For sale by L. T. Boatright. Ltes
e It is decided now that the National Advertised Letters.
e Conference Meeting. Editorial Association will meet at St. List of letters remaining in Post
SThe third quarterly session of the Augustine January 20th, 1896. It is Office at Live Oak, uncalled for, for
1 South Ga., conference of the Second the sense of President C. B. Pendle- week ending Sept.-21. Parties calling
e- Advent Christian Church, will be held ton, of the Florida Press Association, for same must s'y "Advertised."
1e in Live Oak, beginning September that they withhold their State meet- Bell, Jos E Mosely, Mrs W B
h. 27th, and continuing three days. ing until the national association Bryant, Pony Murray. H J
t, Delegates and preachers from all the meets, and then convene at the same Cason, Sol Murray, Dr
i appointments in the bounds of the time at St. Augustine. Good idea. -Clark, Charles Neal, Eliza
re conference, will be present. The pro- Fort, Melvin I'hii:it,.M, :!i-. l
d gram for the session will be: business Cutting Affray. Holland, John A Ir i:.-. Ellen
m session at 9, a. min., first two days; On lIut. Saturday in front of Birds Hudson, Jullie" Simons, Ida
r- preaching afternoon and night of -:ii. :]h.rrl:,..]i,, ai.' .i '[,:,i ,u r ,,,. Hunter, Caroline Simmons, George
Each day; three services o- Sunday. ,r.l:,. (Ch1'. R.-Ii.k v..i-, 1, Jackson, Andrew Sprees, J L
1 Every effort will be made to make B,-.. TIr.-nma-. It -::.*,. rl.-!.r Si:-tV, Jackson, LampionStrude, Hannah
n these services instructive and inter- Th.-a-. :,i taking ia ,:.. -I .!i !: '.[ Jmmes, Miss M., Sutton, Al-ex
o testing. We extend a cordial welcome iu thn uTran tim e ('h- r:,-idii. Ik n;k- JThnson, D B Williams, Charity
f- to the public to be present at these ,..1 I.i[. aaW, .kevil Tih.-r,-- t ir'. ir- ti Jones, Harrison Williams, Timothy
e meetings, business sessions and all. a lrin1k. Sani. t'.Id liu ir ,.' :.itl'd t.-. Lee, Samuel Young, Mrs E
y We are endeavoring to spread the .J:. it a, I.-,o- w.:.i.l -l.r,.. r'liir ..n tri- MIanley, Miss Annie
d glad tidings of the Seoond corning of s-r ,ititil they b egan tl,.-htit.. ,I ,tlh,. -S. B. CONNER, P. M.
e our Lord,, and toprepare humanity mnanti4-,. .r-. Tlh,:.ria,. ir.:,th.-r t.:.' .
s for thatevent. We are in the last Sam. ra, iut.: the bit,h,-i -l:,. ,..t th g g l
Says, proof of which you will hear at kitf:.ano I -gan : .uttitug Cha. ,eId.' SouthGeorgia Colltoe
f^. ,.nfer..n,:. We tWk.- rh- Irii.,. ,i,,.k. \WLI. ,-t_, fighting a %',.ih g TIOMA T'A
' u a r; u'I,-,.l- ,.,t faith aul p I.ra ti, -. .The '.a h,-, :.'hu !i i i litrl,. I ,r,.. rhrg., 'SVIT. IE A.,
Sprad..f a:,u,:.ti. uth i- trbe ir- a -.a.k I -g,.u b,'at u-II Th..... FOfR BOYS AND GIRLS.
I. port of ti. metin,. \V:. ar.te .i- i... as the, -ittitUg ; .wai.:.-..l....l _____
Sfrends ,:f himanity. th- '.,? :.f it,, v.A' a. d,.l th bi, .f the1 b.,y: ,.- FAULrTYfSEENO0MPETENTINSTRUOS
s. devil. Sat-tn i -,a ,.l.'.-ei'e:'.a iy -u t:. a f ,,.:.,|U. TlheiCi.iiI S -T R
y those win kn..w'andl rt r .iz d iIllK'.v DI. H. F. AI t' t- Using Most Approved Modern Methods
y hwd ldeeepti..[i ark ,, "a.,.. ,:ai IotI.-i. h.i t im'. '"'i ,l I". w ] L -' ...I r In All Departments, In,. iullng r Mu-
det r is s~iL- 14"-"" "' "' -Iii'' isw l.,.icand y-rsv 'n:. (',.mmcd,vas
11 W e s e e k t h e s a l' a t i t ,,w. ,. ,,:. 1 y o. -v :r'l afs i a n d -ra ,, l '-uu j, i A l, Au .n A 'd .
n. "mer .iace ,% ly I ,.ll ,:o--riti m? "to rd + d 1til.l
Sference, ill ..tiulO a ^ 'i Board in Good Families near-Cilege'at
Smeeting-. WeI will ha\:e tiht:_-.-tatI.' ,e $10 to 12 aMonth.
of able ],.aher '-.'.:., For Chriy Sufferetb Long." __
n be Elder H. V. S sP?-.s, ,:tf BE InI- r ib:k jv I kMr = L Tuition $2,, $3, or $4 a Month According to
- Ga. We al-o ,xtnl a haiil :'f v-.l. | + Advancement of Pupils.
- come to all tIatten- 1 'q t ,--.i t,.Ie: I ,._
^ Serqices every nigt at 7"j,. ('..,.e. Attendance Iucreaasing Yearly-Last
gW. G. .'E;"N1.* Year 171.
l- : t =, .. .Pstor* F.ALL ERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 2d,-1895,
Ec. BxNN~t..-ernuit rue to again f//
aJdr-' T LBW? rR urpon the sbje-:t \' Write For Catalogue to
jof ventilat,:., .:,ur|I th>l 'l.,i1,hiD. 'i.' f u / "MISS E. H. MERRILL, Pres.,
Tt-'e,.e tly :,:,ujr c,.,rrl--l_,:,u!h t ,t- / O il" ? L
tlndo eveffing servi,e ia one of.cur S CAPT. A. 6. i ILLER, V. Pres.
I pr6.kper -fih, -,..ll e.. uIl'on.ent, 1i:, u '
S the c.uel itrut,.sire \v s vi ..;E'd.?, n ri it, --EJ.H E--
" an oa.:-r that reoalle-,l the odor -...f h d bo L a ulf fi a o
Ceplrdl rark. Thei, h d-bewa a Liye Oak & 'Gulf Railroad Co.
.riorning t-qrviee: audl Slnday Scho':.i. TIM E ''ll OA.ID NiO. 1.
ventilutitn( I e:-nu rovid ti f.I, -V' /TAKIg. EFFECT, 01D1CEMBER 15TH, 1894.
Sby raising th.g lw-r sa.-h. Thec' w,.:- ;- TAIYW No. sXATIoN. TRA O.3
-al.ove tbe level tQ ventilation hl:,ut Mr. ra C, Phc 1t, Iriwaukee Wl 2 LEAVES : ARRIVES.
* tI- reet tiaed atm,,pheL' ii- '"Natro, offa-Bee..let-Rm 13PI .' .... LiveOak...... 0 30 am
rprisoned. --'Not.-oven a micr:t.e could and knowing the good D'r. hiles' Nryine 15 '- u ; ... Dowing..... 1010
;es ape tlu il e ;.,x le sulh:ienl);.to 1 ,5 ..... iiaurent .. ..... ,9 45
escape lil e 'xled sult1,intlY to has dqnpine, my wish to, help other,oveL .225 .... -L sburg ...... 930
Sdc- and float-out I. the lower es my, dislike for the publicity th.i 2 4 eak ... 920
.d~e c~m1 a d f,.,t'(ut :4 be owe ." .. 1" "Y, : '2 4 "'. [.....J...Peake' -. 9 20
p. pt..of a wid,,-,, and you know that lettcumayrlveme. InNov. andloc., 189A, 3 00," 1 ...... Der.,salnr.-..... I 900
pidrti of a wid., and you know that ln he fnmwtes eadi the ",LaG-ripe, "
during the1hot Im6nths.-the cooling and-1 was ria of thefirst. Resuming duty fC >. """"r
process does' not rapidly. ,occur. In too soon. -ilith the caro of so niany sick, I C *. 'OiJLHl.U-lJ i,
the sitting posture the assembly were did not etain my health, and In a month -' j ."
below the level of that unwholesome be",r a o debilitated athe dr r. us o ifl Fnrn i ana M iial mamri
mist, but on standing to receive the my vltait, that it w a uesion If I could ..
benediction they were treated. 'to ,a go on. *A d-ar friend advised me to try Of d7 ,.1 1 u ,-';'fi in Sivanne;.
"voluntary'contribution".of iernic- Dr.. Ofe Rejtcn. ^ .re ervCine,..
jous gases- and superheated atmos- tto, 2 bott.isa am.napy tosay-. I am a SL7 CL&1jo0 Co141es4
here. If the New Ybrk Board of In be-terbeahb than ever. Istlllcontlnue
ealth o t in t,.ir ,,' i. oEcsI l use, as a lirre 'food,
Health is correct in thir '.lusi: a as my wo Is very iryun:. A lctuer al-
that impuro air and iiieuf,'i.-',:t \,nutl- r'eas,:.d tol ltwauim., Wjs, wall ra,:n me.",
latin exercises an- p ubl ,cal anbu ld in t Jh Lad, 1.4. at. Lan, c Pl oEN-n. .
Dr. Mlle2' NerrtntaeI o.,aIi
grading inftbenaei then tLe aplnyrera- .F e .......... foU a^ :.-
tlsa imbibed more unhenlthy n tliri. All.iit at. 1,6 prooflE f,-.rin oF
tWns that SunSay. e-,'nr Mn th clima d aI Oo.i, Ld prroof willbe Id 4rl u" Q t -1D^ O
,lkson Lord- sr-uern, s i'otddl t tra...-at -
HI,' long, M Ii'tE',r, iSlth. Oa, t- N-er vize
people of 6ur village ,: rcent tr.d Ntorvies Oealth Aeg
cei',elthheis, pivrtual inStrue,T.ter E E ...... tr H
the atmosphere of a menagile? '; --
I would gladly demonstrate to the N~o~i .e for Publication.
tri4.stees of our. public building the Laud )ffice at Gainesville, F~la. 1
evil of; bad ventilation,+and point (fat "! ""' Sept. 9th, 1895. I
how it can be easily and chaeaply rem- Notice is be-reby given thtuathe follo-wing--
VeyTul,-amed guardian has filed notice of hls in- R U T0 "
edied: Very Trulytention to make-final proof insporo-
edied ~ W. S. AIRTE, M. D. the claim, and that aaid proof Ofl Rbe maL TOe
before Clerk of the Circuit Court at Live/.'
OakFhL onOctber26th, 1895,. viz: Kel-
Blcklleul's Arlnicat Salve. l~ eer gad]no Walter.,Outlaw- and
THE BESTj SALVE in .the ]orl~d Henry Outlaw, minor +orphan- hildren 'Af e S' ~ i~Ra
for Cuts, Bruises, Sores Ulcers, .'.- .' t+.ed.,:1 'suari, s-,, lila,, Hd. 17407, for ULATOR, the "Knjo op' Lrsi ]Eiun-
Salt Rheuin, Fever Sores, Tetter ,h of N-El S'-.. 2,L lwp. 1 s, R 13 e. (lINES?" That, Is what our1 r'eadersl

Chpe anso baisC enamles the =ollowing witnesses to .nlnohgbt a,-t--
Chapped Hands, Chiblains Corns prove his c4tinucus residence upon w Inothing but that. It i the
.and'allSkin ruptions, and pos-. cultivation :f, said land viz: i old friend to which the old folks
itively cures Piles or no pay re- D, L. Byr,4, Scott Stewart, Mlerick Per- pied their faith'and were never dis-.,
quired. It is guaranteed to give JameBingham, all o Suwannee, appointed. But another good recomn-
quiperfect satd. isfaction, or money re- Fla. J. M, BARco, IReg!ister. mendation br i is, that it is B'Tr
perfect satisfaction, or money re- -- n Jee gies evrwek
funded.Price 2 cents'per bo THWpmzs,. ever gripes -never weak.
funded. Price 25 cents' per box A C rc Door, ens, but works in such an easy and
Oi- hu c oo ,, nattural way, Just like nature Uself that
Baltimore has a good lead in the On a clr,:.b :.'d r near EufaiAa, eief om q and sure, and one
race for the National League Penant. Ala., years ago was found the, follow- feels new all over. It never fails.
The Champions of last year play good lng :-"Nolce.-There will be preach-. Everybody needs take a liver remedy,
ball, and have no club to fear except lg i ths.h.use, Providence permitt- and everyone, should *ke only Sim-
the Cleveland Spiders. Southern play- ing, Sund4y, and thcre will be preach- mons LYeV Regulator. -'
erswih the Orioles success, aIng here, whether or no, on the Mon- Be sure You gtiL. -The Red 7,
IF THE BABY IS CUTTIXG TEETH day follong, upon th,: .uliect. Is on the ,
Besure and use that old and well-tried filv l |bveth and ii DI ptizt-e, Co., Pt"a---l'a ;Y '
remedy, i-Mk. Wins'ows Soothing Syrup T and HeTLiat BoltvetB-I I I
fQr children teething. It soothes the child, Nl Md,' at I' Ip S
oftens the gums, allays all pain, curesed, a i.e
wind colic and is the beet remedy for dig h the aftl.;-iitc,;. n -lt Jei, @eoueY, Sw d.." .0
rfw. Tweoty-Avc cents per boUW, s.-Bl-B *if '* ti..A.r.(,,uois w-

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The Atlanta Exp.ositio4 `-


r'rn.,rrI's 73, .n-rra' .asn.. .s-,.--, SThAVA a.-SWKe~q


MT The Great Opening of
WinterDry Goods

S At orth Stephens Co.,

4AS- "*W ^VA ALW ^5 cV6, r.. -'.v..wa ^-W. *^^ J~&1^ '^&I;lS&JW.f

A udJust Now is Occupying the Attentioi of Every Man,
4 ,--f&au anid Child in Suwannee County.
.s1 -. "

Goods of A0l Kinds Have

Advanced mi thelNIortlerni Markets

From 20 to 50 Per Cent.
But We got in on the Ground Floor,in other word&-we-were--"
in the Market and Bought Our Goods Before the.
Advance, and therefore

Can Undersell all our Competitors

-- -. -. vIwr5%..r.~tt-.~,a.w.fnt.

gar Dislay of Dress Goods
IT E ,.eti.,allv Fiat-.C',.mI-,rising

"Glenwood Sacking."
"Henriettas" ,All Colors & Prices.
"rep n" ,The New Dress Goods.
JUjeponU All the Rage.
."Serges"--6-4 Dress Flannels
Black Cahmeres, Etc., Etc.

Our Stock of Ginghams
1-and Prints is Lirs'er ad(11
B'tt,'r ,ts.~vrted Ili-an Ever
Our Prints at 5o. per yarn
and our Indigo Blue Prints
at 6 yards for 25c. are a lit-
tle under any Market we
know of. . .
Aued our "Farl" Ginghaims
25 Yards For One Dollar
.,re Sim ply/ Out of Sigh't:it
In Staple Dry 0Goods' _we
a rie not lbeh i ] (tvnd oi*..1,/
7-8,. : -j aw d:O if i, "'_,: ?.both~iTBlaclJtd "h.i..
uIn-Bleached a'e -the "be-
va lt [ for thc.ei quey W6 et'e-r
h an dled:
i'f call /our special at-
tention to our Barlouw
B'lcechiunV. Soit Finish, at
6C. per' yard.

Our Clothing
In (Clothing times have changed
-.:,uxa.', -ht. You an iteneruber when
Va'ue, Pure Value
uv.-s I,-..kel for mere than Style or
Fit. It ic different n;w. _--" ou want
Both Style and Value

Y.-ii want CIo:thes 'that give charac-
ter. That when you put them oil.
rh.:y lok like ;omething-and--d-on't
': kno.:'wv, your Clothes wear twice-as
l.:ni% when- y:,u like them. You take
Ivt'. -r care of them. With this in
.ic-.v we aure this year handling

ISchlass'Bros, & Co's. --

Celebrated Clothing.

Just look at our Clothing, if loihs'dif-
f'erent from any you have ever seen.
TRY ON'A SUIT-it flisdifferent-
y:'uu l.:ok different-people- comment
on it-it shows you arc a man in good
standing. We have a full line ol
these gc'sods and can fit, you in either
a ?iuire or round cut Sack, a Cuta-
way, or TPrine Alb-.,.rt.

. We take partihcl.r pride in calling
yur attention "to our Stock of Shoes,
because we bought them before the
advancee and with special regard to
the wants of ou r customers. We
have a complete line, both in Styth
and Size, e:'r Ladies, Gents' adB
dren's Shoes. For a short t'tQ
are offering i
GentsaA Calf Co;ngress or X,1
per pair, .- .. 0
Geuts Buff C,:ngress or Bal. per
Lad ies Glove Grain, per.pair, 1 i,)
Ladies Dongola Button. per pair
S$1.25t, 15'3
Old Ladie-s Comfort Shbos,-per .-
pair. -" ,. .: -" .
Ladies Fine Shoe. all 'Siz-i 4nd( '
anda shapeA, per pair, $2.S) to ,.Q
Those -3hpes caDnnot teoCaglf'to-day
at wholesale, for the'p ces we ae-
s e llin g th e m .p ;w e "

Don't Fail to .
-Examine our .- -:
i". Seounitiy 8cti0I'F
.'' ., W ,
-- ,; if '3"" B*' '*
_. .. fl.U'~ ~ s mur

,.: fave a jI J ^
*. ', ,.. Fo Boy
I,:* 1 ra ^

uyu1w urnisaing, Goods I
3egh.,ee, fresS 0 .1i un-1
La u ndried Shirts-. lann el
Shirts, .Alastie Seam,
D'awu'ersete,; elt. .,

Or Cloak anni W' i

chap r t-a ya yr 'og~t
Cnt ins sizes iszse.
iWe endeavoredAye
that every bo u 9lie
However it Isik.,
about: Cloaks now,
to bear in mindthat vethem
cheaper-thati yeu ever-o-6ight-them
in your life af~re. 1.pWf';h4ybi Ve
somethingto'nsay alioutOlt* "
on, that wi latl W-- -." U-7

Grocery Departing
1I1s full from top to bo
will find that .-.
A Dollar willW tj.-
Our Store ia1
This Is a broad s t,
True, because eveeb6Ip;--
been the "round4"'-f.-'1 :
say the same thing. -" J .-
Lok Am 'n the L.oaI
bmn4- --r ecialtle's".

S *~ .,D~n't Fall "toSeo .'i

jBefore Selihg Your Cotton?

+' J W lther, You H.ave, '"
A Large or Sial Lot. -

We Pay The



A&wWr " -" '

N: \ I,:, -++. (i +

Mare TPrice

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SThe Banner.

Published Every Friday.
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Held on the 3rd Sunday of each month in
the Masopic Hall.

-One dollar gets you eight yds
good jeans at Worth Stephens & Co.
--Marshal Dixon has moved into
Shis new rn-:-idence.
-"Oyster bay" asparagus at
Worth Stephnes & o's.
-.-Cash for hides Wolfe.
--S Conner reached home yes-
terday from Kaisas.
-z-The finest line of dress goods in
town at W":,rth Stephens & Co's.
-Salt i'>e, n.:-k at Burnett's.
-Fulton markte corned beef at W.
Stepheins & Co's. '
-Bargains on shos Wl'. -If. -
.-"Queen" Olives at Wv:i tH Steph-
ens & Co. /
-Fresh Gardeu see] fat Bniut'-?'.
-3 bushel sacks alit. at, Wolfe's..
-Monarch brandT extracts triple.
at Worth SItepih:nas & Co'.).
---P. H. Sandlin iof Ja-per wa& in
wn on Tuesday.
-Cross and Bla.-kwells, gV'uii,?
-"' "--*ruit.jams. at Worth Ste.-lhe s & C.-'s.
.-Dr. W. S. Airth was called t.. Fer-
nandina to-day on protessional bu-i-
S- ess.
-Smoked bacon always. at Wf:ilfe'-.
-:- -Oinghais, 25 yards t ?'r '',e I.llar,
S at Worth Stephic-n & Co'e.
-Go to Th- New York Sto.-re :f..r
cheap goods. -A
J- -W. Chalker orf Lura ille was ir
.'town W.el nesday.
S-'- rewimnry, tomat,:> ketchul,, f'or
1,ensale at W,..rth Stephens & C.:,'s.
Lork :ve-r my pile renunarnt W,:.'fe.
-Calof'.,runa pears, p.-aC:-h:s- an'l
cherries at Wo:rth Stephens & c'.
S -Be sure to see the Limres ,:.if Mr.
S. B. Conner's You-will be ,Uirpri'-ed
and delighted at the quality and price-.
-Leggins, eartridg'e belt-tn, rnI hnlrt-
Ing coats it Worth StC-.ih-eus & Co''-.
-Sniifft'only 35,-ts-. [I1 at Birnett'-..
'Georgia," t-baceco 25,-. per p'-,i'ralu
atW:rth Stephens & ,o.
-We will pay ca-h f,'r chi-.ker,.
W.l re.
-Fish sold andi delivere,-I every lay
In the week by R, S. B.:'nnll.
-B. H. Palmer of Lake City wa;
In town on Monday.
-Try the "Ben Franklin" all Hava-
S' na5c. cigar at WorthSt,'p-hen-& C'o's.
-Call at R. 0. B,,nnell'' and ?ee f,'r
S yourself that he has the bI-t, w,.rk
shoe ever in this mar ket.
S.. .-Sardines .ct;, Salm,:i'n ie.. Moi-
tard li.e, three. 3-lb cap.t.ior tioe 125.:,
at The New York Store. '. .- .
-Ladies dongolta butmt. sh'oe 1. 25
at Worth Stephens & Co.
-Capt. J. L. Ingli- of Mardli.on
was in the city Tu'esday.
-Ladies fine shoes all styles,.iz;- .s
and shaped, at WM'6th Stephen- & C:,.
-Wanted, 5mm bushel, shelled :.:-run
` 1JSia1&, go) to Worth Ste-pbhen

nell has a nim:e line *:of
iger" braiid and i-very
.d not to rip.
s best e,:'ffe f.:.r $1 at
Thd New York Store.
S '-WANTED -Goat broke t, harne;
W olfe. ,
S-Sage, quarter poundr tins lI'. at
W;:.i th Storhens& C&.,'s.
Mr Monte Pickens of Jarck.-auville
was in our city Wednesday.
-Security, Tn school shoes inquire
at Worth Stephens & Co's.
-Best Baking powder on earth at
e0 cta. pei pound.The New Y.-rk Store.
-Don't forget to go to R. 0. Bi:,n-
._.r ell's for' your flsh,.the best andl frer:h-
r est sold. If desired they will I:.e di,: --
'ed" ready for cooking.
'"-'-A fine lot of Missouri hr?-- has
brought to town by Mr. C.-nner.
id. liberal bargains are offered our

s-sms only 15 cts per p:.n-nd at
Teip-NetW York Scre.
,-.-Warners safe yeast always fresh,
at WorthSrtephens & C._'s.
'-The first shipment of cott.-'n rrom
'Live Oak consisting of 10 iales leIft
Tuesday. It was shipped Imy Mr. Gem.
.- Wolfeand w3s a flpe sample -f Su-
wannee's cotton.
- ,* -T, the farmer who needs a horse,
go to isee Conner's Missouri stock.
And you will be more than satisfied.
-Mr. J. A. Mitchell has pit.-h :.:d lii-
: tent on the.courthouse square and i?
prepared to makl'' fii t-c l.iss pi.-tures
on short notice. (Give him a .all. Mr.
.o.jMitehell will only. le in the cirv one
.'- week-lo:nger, and tfose wh,: d'- 'ir any'
Work in his liye h'i M mll i. all at :,n,'e.
Mr Angus Patersop of Madi5on was
in t he city on Wed 'e- day.
.. Furniture! Furnitur.'!!FuruTtinti !!
at Worth Stephgns & CL.,'.
.-Oeo. P. Yauman of \Wa'ry, r.. -wa-
't n townon Wednes.lay.
S4 --One pound finl sm'okiug tobacco
2-".' 25p.; Worth. Stephens & Co'o.


l:I,r,1- Ciii-iyi Tonic cures it. For ..-3 Dr. L. T. Boatright.
--Ii, La.irl'- -Ihoes, they are just
th- thulj. t'fcr f .,m'ifort. $1.00 gets them
at W...rth 'rS'phr"ns & Co's.
-Li..,' Oak i-. t:--day the best and
-helnpe;t miark:-t in th,- state. Goods
',f all liamls are -down to "Rock Bot-
-.:-t ilgirF-s. arid Iir i.'i -ia.,-' I I in
ar" dterm ine.i t-.) |Ile.-.i--.- r i: -
t*.:.,i '?r L- both in ,-1 aliry i I pln t ie.-
-W;ave'ea--.! h s- --So..- o Gir rt
Mill d-.-" estal. liliujr,.-t andJ
n-w I. tm r'-r-,.ah- ,:,-
der f,.r innT --I! it r Iatr.--
age. We gutri raut '-,' r-.t-,la' work
in every re{ep't. E. G. ALlen will
'ave charge A the c:tton hLu':.

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M i.s .J'I.--'-I I ,-; tm.- r ,i k i,:.l r.. Ih:r
home at Lake City last Monday
morning. -
-"North Pole" cut plug, a cool
smoke at Worth Stephens & Co's.
- -A fresh lot of Garden seed at Dr.
Boatwright's popular Drug Store.
-Do you want anything in hard-.
ware W.:.-th Sqp-..j, S v-1 ia
-N1,:ag.,s r...r Drr. S. Airtrb, when
kfi at the store of B. 5y & Groover will
rec iCe sp vi aitt(nSlon. tf
-LUaI. l iJA I r ..i..i t.[-.-4 and
ernlty I-h at W ,i, bS :-i|. lh,_.-h- A Co.
W tii.t-< l.|.i-" i,.t aiiiiii,- 200

dri.'. t t i; N.-sv Y.:.r St...-t-.
-TI.--.':, I'. r tray trink-' ir t WV.rth
Ste :l.hl: t & C .'-;., oi-. the lt.:.:t thiug
-(',.'tt. i '- i i .-i. h Iu Liven
Oak to-day fiom4 t.'. C:iitS pr.-
-Breakfast bacon, ".t'*4 h:,,,n'
and dried beef at Worth Stephen.- A.-"r
Co. -
-Mr. R. W. Williams a prominent
lawyer of Tallahassee spent Friday in
the city.
-Tomatoe, Oxtail, beef and con-
somme, soup's at Worth Stephen's &
--Mr. Nat Willard has accepted a
i..:-.irh,-u as operate at the S. F. & W.
'-The best gilt edge butter and*.
"none such'!full creamchoeese at W.
:t,.l ..-u ;> .':-. "
LOST:-A small gold linked watch
chain about four incieg long, with
small oval gold seal attached. Find-
er will be liberally rewarded by re-
turning same to this office.
--Some more of that "Gold Band"
bri:dkr'a'.r bacon in 1 lb tins Worth
Stl.],--,rl S .':..
-M. L. Burnett has moved in his
n,,r -..i-r. Look out for his new ad
h,::.t ""k.
t '-Double barrel breech loading
shotguns, from $10, up, Worth Steph-
ens & Co's..
-Read yourpaper, and then think
if you have paid up your subscrip-
tion.' ., I I
,-Oat nical and wheatlet, make a
nice l.r.-airf'i-t .lii= Worth Stephens
& C.:.., k "-i' it.
-W: ar. nqow ready for ginning-
everything in good shape. Bring on
your cotton. Mr. P. D. Cobb will be
in the crttqn house as usual.
1--l. g.r'- a pair -t th.-..-e men's
B,'iff -:.Dngre-- e.h:.. artW:-orth Steph-

--C-I. (i: orge W. Br-are and Editor
R ,u -y., *ft if:!l .;. '.i, in the city to-
--G,.iirt men should wear the Bion
"i-,:, rW u sale atWorth Stephens &
-The l.iiil.ling boom continues,
anIu .-ur littk-v city is being rapidly en-
la rg,.
-Parl.:.r lamps, something elegant,
jjuit cwht .yu unat at Worth Steph-
ens & C''s.
--R. O. Bofinell shipped two bars
of Gti .- ..*ttpn this week, the first to ,leliv. ,-i l to the F. C. & P., at this
:.: idn t.
-Buiy y-:ur roasted coffee at Worth
St.-ph-u-. 7 Co., they grind it for you
f'-: < barge. .
-Ift' y-i want to see all the local
rn:w- in this 'week's issue it will be
n,.-',-n'rily to is-a.] :,.ry column.
-G(-t them at Worth Stephens &
Co-. Thi.,..-' men's A Calf Congress
h.: -,." f..r i1.00 per pair,'
-I liav'.. a few fine gentle milch
-,.-N f-..r suae. Address, -
Lake Park, Ga.
-Mr. A. H. Houston, the popular
:-'Q'lu-t.c.r of the Luraville road has
It-ou iulite sick, and Mr. Renick is
running in his place.
-Graham wafers, ginger snaps,
deni hu r, and vanilla wafers, at W.
Ste,'-mh.n & Co's.
-Cecil Barnette has accepted a po-
sition ia stenographer and type wri-
t-r at t-h F. C. P. Depot.
_-"royal gem" tea, is a high grade
,e fl(,vo-red breakfast tea. Try it
Worth St, phens & Co's.
-Murdhir will qut. But blood im-
I'uritie.- wof't unless you take Dr.
W,'s Calisaya Tonic. For
aI,' [..y [rm. L. T. Boatright:
-Mr-. Bache and family returned
to their farm near town yesterday,
af-ter a r-esidence in Jasper of one and
a halt' years.
--i,,ca and Java coffee roasted and
put up iu -2 Ib, tins something fine, at
Worth Stphens &Co's.
-Y-au can't get well while your
blood's impure. The cure is Dr.
We'tmoreland' Calisaya Tonic. For
-:.-- ,y Dr. L. T. 'Boatright.
'-Ctb':i- n,.I Sanborn's celebrated
cojffv and t.-a.ih-.- 11rnest iri'thin market
4t Worth.Stephens & Co's.
,-The Live Oak Band went out to
ylrP. B. Blout'. m:.n lh-t Friday
bight. It was a:'.:imlpani,-d by Miss
Bessie Porter and'Nellie Jones. The
music was greatly enjoyed by all.
-Di-.iL'r-: -al..I-. tlfough riot danger:-
,,.-1. Hm-artl..rurn. Dr. Westmore-

D.. 5.. i~f.'i Liv" O Oakr.. ha -A ii n i!.;t. a a' I TJ C TT ) A L1 ) F
......4: .-.*i ? Tru.L.L ii.: id,a .d !ti:- ,':lie't. business ju.l-.-iu ut ir .:.,r H I D l\ .m .
in it, i..-, ;i.. ,-.:ak wit-ll of it. successful merchE it. Mr. H. K.
-Lewin. lie inforn-, .I t R:L..*.. r Wihb a Full and Compl.te Line ol .
-Those cigaruethats, sold last year thathisenterprising ,.,. y i.v i i. --
,.r ,.,-4 ii,,-now fors0c.,at Worth ed to buildoalargew I. r
St-phe-& .:.'s. storing of ic and b--. l I:.1: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
|-When? When you feel bad. That's plant all winter. 'rL,.t ..._l- hk. e
the time to take Dr. Westmoreland's business.,.m Tonic. For sale by Dr. L. -Mr. E. H. M, Ivu,: was up from
. right. dson, on the Suwannee, yesterday ALL GOODSNEW AND LOW PRICES UAANT
-AustinNichalls & Cos., celebrat- at which place he has just finished a
ed blue ribbon brand ground spices Tubular well. He secured a nice flow
none finer, at Worth Stephens & Co's. of pur-I SIll.,Jir water. He says he is
-Mrs. M. A. Caraway .. kindly more -r I.: ul now than ever that he A T IAI AND W WI PLEASE VA'
brought a basket of pinders to THE can secure Sulphur water in Live A L
BANNER office this week. They were Oak. This is a subject that our citi-
much enjoyed by the children of the zons would do well to consider. A
senior Editor. good well of sulphur water would be d
-When the scalp is atrophied, or of untold value to the town. Country Produce W anted.
shinybald, no preparation will restore -Apropos of the question, "where
the hair; in all ...thb,-r usesfIall'sHair shall we stay in Atlanta?" We call -A A.. D .A.'VTIS & EJ
Renewer will _tait a growth, the, attention of our readers to the
-p.. I a t...i:t s.-a.!IIs Williams advertisement of the Colonial Hotel.
.,-uniii.e vank.b. having soap and a This is a quiet and elegant hotel, A te
.ll linr,.1f (",ol;.te ilet soaps at beautifully furnished and equipped, Shoes G ents Furnishin
4Wolrh St(.n.luh- tea,.i and located in a quiet yet most con-
Garrett, on last night, venient portion of the city. The pro- .
-Pitcher Garre o a prietors, Messrs. Hickey and Scoville .......WE HAVE ........
identified himself with the Suwannee courteous gentle-
Rifies. It is to be hoped that he will are t nt and courteous gentle- THE LARGEST STOC
win tho same laurels as a; soldier that men, and e untir ng inTHE BEST GOODS,
he has earned upon there diamond. tions to their guest.T
-Security, not on real estate, but Fourteen Buried Alive. THE LATEST STYLEF
in school shoes for boys and girls, the Twenty-nine men were working in THE LOWEST PRICE
best shoe ever sold for wear and com- the Sleepy Hollow and Americus
fort, at Worth Stephens & Co's. mines, Central City, Colo., when the r d s o r ~
1 recent disaster occurred. All who A_ aa E
-Miss Nellie Overstreet leaves escaped were engaged at points above f-- S" in--a a*
Tuesday for Virginia where she will the line of the brake. All below at ...
enter school. THE BANNER wishes tLis the time, fourteen, i number, were .-- -
attractive and popularyoung lady a lmos t instantly sub rgedand their O AA.T
attractive and popular.young lady a bodies must lie there for weeks. The a
pleasant journey. calamity has not been unexpected, N SHO SCC' rrTf '
-By the way, have you boghtaowingto a dispute between the sever- ON SHO \V 1 1T H US!.
al mines in the group over the ques-
winter hat yet, don't do so until you tion of drainage.
examine our stock Worth Stephens & We placed our Orders beror, the rise in th.* MaIrkr,. th.ri-eby enn
Co. ,A Mammoth Stock. y-.,u on:u.y'on SLies. Can fit fruo tho -maill-t :bil u . ..
--THE BANNER contains this week During the past 'ieek, Mr. Worth
a timely article on Ventilation from Stephens very courteously showed
the scholarly pen of Dr. W. S. Airth. THE BANNER Reporter,through tl,' CALL .AJ B SEA' 01'R STOCAK EFOI'f/ r.
We commend it to the careful consid- large establishment of his firm. It '
oration of our people. is not an exageration to say that this
-Price and quality ought always to is the largest stock ever brought to
be considered together, price alone the city, and in point of quality it
means nothing. We handle nothing would do credit to a town manytimes CENTS' FURNISHINCS
but first class goods Worth Stephens its size. The Reporter saw case after
& Co's. ease of shoes at marvelously low fig- WE HAVE A
-Weare sure of one ures because they were purchased be- St
Wearsurthiforethe rise in leather. A splendid Com plete Stock of Cents' W ea
will not forget that they -represent stock of clothing from the famous o pIe e t en
the good people of Live, Oak, and house of Schloss Bros. & C,..; a com-
have the fair name of our pro- plete and beautiful line of Dress -- -
test. goods, exquisite in" coloring and the A
BAAINst:--A real bargain is offered very latest in patterns; a. surprising- MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED T
to the citizen of Suwannee by Mr. S. ly large'stock of d,*iatl, and hand-
B. Conner. He has a splendid lot of some DomeStics, huin.dred. :of lovely
well broke, well trained, and hand- and fashionable cloaks--all these, and -.
some horses that he is offering at indeed ertyrit[liig that should be Tailor Made Suits to Order a Specialty.
frori 50 to 75 dollars. This is first-class found in a mammoth mercantile es-
stock, and these prices are so low that tablishment, grace. the, shelves of .' .
everybody can buy a good horse. Worth Stephens & Co. Onth l.:-. : -. S. J. W HITE'S1 Furnishing S
c-Our base ball team leaves to-day floor, the Reporter was shown a large S- J' W V IT Fufishi ng
for Madison where they will 'cross line of furniture and trunk. In the
bats with the well known nine of that Grocery and Mercantile departments .
place. Our boys, we hope, will win the the same enterprises and energy had E- '.' .' ,4
game, and have a good time. beenhown, and almost every imag- -. -
-The Misses Dowlings will leave unable article could be found there.
next Tuesday for school at Roanoke, We believe that a visit to this store
Virginia. Live Oak is proud of two will be a treat a,o a pleasure to our -.
such fair representatives in the old readers, and we glad Iy all their at- -
mother state, but regrets to see them tention to the liberal inducements of- .
fered in this firm's advertisement. -"
leave. Mr. Stevens is a man i of .ergy and
c-To our neighbors who have spok- brains, and does n-ot propose for his -
en so kindly of u, in' the past two firm to be anywhere but in the,first
weeks, we doff our best hat with hear-ranks in the procession. '
ty thanksto them all. The kindly ex- -
pressions of our home people are Notice to Applicants for Free Sch-,1-
both gratifying and encouraging. arship to State Scho.l at
Prof. Abrams, of our city, expects Bartow., -
to attend the Atlanta Exposition Young men. not under 15 nor over M
about the 8th of October as a member 21 years ,of a,-, e--i in the appoint-
of the Jacksonville band. The Pro- school-will sent themselves at the ch This Space
fessor will be a valuable addition to Court Hlouse in Live Oak, Saturday,
this organization. Sept. 28th, at 10 o'clock a.;m., for ex- :
amination. For further information N K
-If you contemplate a trip to Atlan- apply to Prof. B hF. Umstead, B.NEXT WE W
ta be sure to consider the claims of Helvenston and Chas. H. Tatum, Ex-
the Georgia Southern and Florida aminers, or, '. A. W. McLERAN, \[ Durnel's Rargains.
Railway. The popular passenger .. elborn, a. l
agent of that system Mr. McDonald -:*-..*' E
one of the rising young men of the --- -- 6
South, will not allow any other line
to surpass him in its service. 0 1/
-A delightful evening was spent Sarsaparllla Is carefully
last night at the Armory hall. The prepared by experienced 'P
Suwannee Rifles have made a reputa- pharmacists from Sarsa- '
tion as hosts that it will be difficult to parilla, Dandelion, Man- '-
eclipse. By a- cordial welcome and drake, Dock.Pipselsewa,
courteous attefitions to their guests Juniper Berries, and other well known .
they alwa.; intaire the pleasure of vegetable remedies. The Combination, Pro-
those present';- portion and Progess ,are Peculiar to Hood'.
-Beginning with next week we Barsaparilla, giving strengthandcurative
shall publish articles, running power Peculiar to Itself, notpos-
through several months' descriptive sessed by other medicines. Hood's
of the Atlanta Exposition. These S r t1I
articles will be fromthe pen of one of
the editors of this paper, and we hope Cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores1 Boils,
they will be 'found 'by our readers, Pimples and all oth affections caused by M ua B Ai a
both interesting and instructive. impure blood Dyspsa, Biiousness, Sick .tual t Asso iati
Headache, Indlgestikn, Debility, Catarrh,
Schil Notice. Rheumatism, Kidney-and Liver Corn-
cla. *ints. Itsn fot What W.rIwE BOB F^o otI ., -,
The public school at Welborn will pe layt, Ibt Wh a otoRo ( elr in F O 11 D, dhns
openon Monday, Oct. 14th, with Prof. arsaparill o ha t a o e .
W. R..Smith as principal. Scholars Tlls the Story-Hood'
will please take notice and be no hand HH Saraparilla 1 A "_ '
ot the opening if possible,: U.Wr a, r *j I $ 50,ox

SSuperviser. the Members of tho AssooiatUdoR
Welborn, Fla., Sept. 27th 1895. Hoad's Plls are gentle .mild adeseea tee '. -'.

Chamberlain's Eye and Skin ADMINISTRATRIXIS NOTICE. '
Ointment. Creditors, Legatees, distributees and all 8Plan Of Obpert
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, persons holding claims or demands against
better, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old the Estate of Wilson H. Sessions, late of The President is now offering a Complete Line of General Merol
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Suwannee County, Florida., deceased are at pric-es withln the reach of all You go there and buy your goods
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Spre Nipples hiereby notified to present yoar claims or ceives the cash :r cotton-You receive the good as can,
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. I demands against said Estate to me duly anywhere for the prices.) .
Hundredsof cases have beon cured by I authenticated within two years from date Tl'he Result I--BOT'I ARlE DlENJFIrTTEip]
it after all other treatment had failed.J hereafter. ELLA SESSIONS,
It. i ntun in 2 and 50 centboxes. Sept. 6th,1895. Administratrixs. -illS IS A. 2 tT..."I" F" L J.ALJ
; -. .r

M-. ,.
.: .

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1' 1

32a and
y ,, ..;

If tt

O j rtxud m wOain drunne s ag a
: *" .. Po tr l&acet, Imalo

tton I

.. 4 $. : ..-- N -. -..'-

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And 'New Prices

."";'-- '". ;- ':; :\,'.- --AT-- .'

6 Balls. Sewing Thread for ...... .. mo
Quilt Cott(n, perioll..... .... 5o S
Sardineh, per box ........;. ... 5 ,
Stick Candy, per lb........... ..... 10c
Black Handle [,l|r..-r,......... ... ... SBe
I Carolina Bell Snuff, per lb..-....... 35e
io," 2 Boxs Snuff for ....:. .... c -
Nice Eaa,I.:t four.............. 10
& B N-r MIa,.iiht- Threa4t in the world
per spool............... ....... 4e
g s SOLadies Jack-- t I C. to............ 351)
Boys Vinter [tnd-i.shlir, ..... .. .. .:c
Painted Tin Fot Tub, largo size.... 35
4 large boxes Matches for ........... So
3 cans, 3 b. T..iuah Tur '.......... 25c
K, Men's Overshirts at...............e. .
[' e- P, r:.asr. J Cu ,u ., i r lb ......... 2;c
I('a N .w Novel at................... ;. o
S Wbuie r.',,n 1 rpin. fr.,r ............. o
. PC.'it i -- in S,' liii:. n ....... .......... 'm,
0 I .- I .; f..,r ... .................... $ (
la.i.{.* .I 1-Y Iil.l.ed Urn rlrvea.t,
1'iig s'itv .e.. ................. 20o
Cl.;l.Ir.-n's Navy B ue ValieI L'al, a i l. 20
Lwiii, full seami.-ss. fast black hose, 1.o
2 'L : .,- i: t.!.N k ien f,,r. .... M
H ln.c. guod Note Paper for........ 6o
'*m|.....J whir,* for..... ... ..
r7 la P-0-.1 .- e rfor ...... .......... o
Nulat .g Gin fi. r r.. ................ 2o -
1 I1,. an Bik n Powder ............. l,
.'ie largt' t.,[tlc 8 %.-ju gMachine Uil ..... 3c
Mii'n. J.-sm lamit. r -................a.
3r- Cr:m,i-r.v Biatrer, per Ibi......... 3Oc
I Ih o ,I (hi n -g TT.,h'acco fur.......25c
l-(Y Gatnrs I.aundli,.d w Lire Shirt Jinen
b.h.-m ........... ... .. ............ ..
Rest-ectfully Submitted

To thle Cdashl Trae Only

r. .E. A. BURDICK.
Noti.te For'Publication;
I..AssK OrriCE AT G;ine.lire' Fla
pi P 4i .95
0. N,.i thi following
roimioe. I i npention
t') m aimn
-arns rt"J jerk
'.f11I Fla n
No i dgew

.,emf ta
tore. "He n tiustbIe -5
t.[',c ntinururr "
of aid landJ i
.S ClrC le",ee U1 -WV Poers.
1 P rs:e 1le. IIa.
ip rove- 44'R 53
O. r you ire all ',on or __ r nothing

S, Jwr,-oua, F a s tea


JASL U. .HicKy. DArNaEY H. SCOVILLE. You are re-spectfully invited to join the Association, if you are not-
ready a member.

:,TOT CT O.-'.i'..-. ',T
ATLANTA, GA. Obelisk Flour, Baceon, Lard, Hams, and Salt at Reduced Prices. Fu
I=IS :f Always on Hand-Fino loteof Onion Sets Just Received.

CENTRALLY ,LOCATED,, T If you need any wait until they come.
S- Now is the time to Buy TINWARE, large lot at Low Prices. i
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Pircei Dish Pans, at only 17e., and other goods in Proportion.

Sl, ad S, -. R a b If you need anythi ng in this line come and see what I have.
Table and Service-First-Class. :-: BatbsRasonable .. ,
I Y & SL Pr s. Always Prepared to Buy Your Col
S ICK iL ring It Along When You Are Ready to9 S .




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Fertilizers for Fall Crops
should contain a high" percentage of Potash to
S insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment
of the soil. -'.,,-N .
Write for our "Farmers' Guide," a 142-page illustrated book. It j
is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and
S"ill make and save you money. Address,
GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New York.


State Agricultural College,

T n -k OTz0=T ,M, I7Oo ID.A..

Next Collee Year Begins-Monday, September 30th, 1805

A Ful Faculty of Able Professors.

Four Regular Courses--






TG r r .e rsI r oI i re frq' ':i l.?r.t in ]i ... il,. n -|rh ', ",n, I ; olil', .
r: 'l. -l .,1 i ll'n l ,. .w rni i- .. .ilr-,' 1'1 '- r l,' l,,' .I; ., I .1 1 : .r'n l
at, s ,t, lu r ihreC c.,urs, rv ,-", ,- he ,,,*- ... I ..

1- -11172,-kTE3 d.. _- j.
,O e year inl length, which iv l-; thori. l irii ru-ti.n ;ii Coiriner>il
Arit.libetic, Commercial Law, lPcniiiarhilp, ,ind 1 l.- 1-' pi, -'.
;'-' *: Tl i r!t" l Tclgr.i],hIY : on," 111 'r ill I-i lh, W\i, l lir 'h tlilcr ih
f 0r,. W..)' 9 in ili'iri(s Io,,,,i-,v" (;,rail.iti ts i ibis and of thlie u--ineI?
u o tctli t r profieinnry.

_A Courtc In--

reentl been added in charge 01 ian .i-.sociaO (,I th i '.ii '
-o l'Ytusic. This'li course gites the bet Ifacilities to students ofr
reasonable charge. -
filith In'itru.,s, fder.ra %raluate or'West'Point, deta;t
lUtr Army by Lete'cretary ol \' Lr. The young men are un-
try i" iipline, sinmilar4to es t Po' The Coll.-c Phyv ician at-
situdents wilihout charge. Lake j'ty iA ofri iiI th' leahitlilell'i
n. Anc-irci Hih MA e Land P WUter. ll el, i.-vel ye:,ls Ihere
ien X', alvat l ge. Al' 1 _uriead tiio opin to rwomer-n. Qr, esbmen c 'sA'can enter the Prepai.trily
tuden'rls from FloriI tuitOnl e tI departments except
E-lnsje au ent pay.a reas.i C' Studlent; frmn
a yj3ion, mnsic ekit ouna ni.n boar'dJ in Mcis
h..- dISo10 'families in town at n$10o to
ins Sc r ratalogue add ress

L U Lake City. Florida

t,, ,ubli>

l_ righter
So:,f their

k .. to piedi,-r thatth- (.,'rl,-rtt-
Oftba light will nt f tak- |,!ace'
p.Tesxa-,thr.:iuglh the? UnDlsUDn'
(og er i.'.un |]:,\',--u.l r. will
I ti .lrk it'REDny.

iit:13t. N and NERVES
_,hone e,,n-
Clsti.:.n. and d weoetest, Safest and Best
r--. i nlo .l:ien:. di- Relief by using Dr. King's
Iuirnn,.e ei -untvr
e e. 0iti: acku ,-.wo. Royal

e ) yuir bor pa- Irm etuir,
It us toe.) tl,,it yur -r
the s.-h,,:l ',.,ni..i, As a Ma'peTr n qllizer and
Sparked interest in t,- Tonio it novor ~a en equalled.
s 1,l tl l, .L.D.Collins, Goldthwaitn,
-Ii th' 115 lTex., says ,,f it: "It ie the finest
y,.ar INrr ye NIo 'raIqu Iillizer I have ever
LIFE. L, C. Coulson, Deputy Clerk,
S"*", Caillouette, 'Druggist, Bea- Jackson county, Ala., says: "I
IIl., says: "To Dr. King's -command it for -Nervousness
c .-v'iv rI .we rylife. Wiin. above anything. I have ever
tal iLhl LaGrippe and ttipil a4fl the i tried." .
yJl.t anltr nfeur about. bat off no. o. W. ArminstnAd, Ed. The
av- -nd wa. g :iven up aq.1 told I jn ue, Nashville, Tunn, Bay..:.
-o't.' Jli. Havjgs.Dr.-;Kthg "Germetuer is an invarhi'bl al
: cs~oev,?ry in my stre T sent fr builderr and Invigoratoc.'bf the-
b aItleau l t.'gan its uDe rit ao r i ...
'h d'- a.-,a erve Forcms."
n-r ueinr .ee hcule as rp nd Ro. G. AV. Sanderlin, Ex-.
S. nb i' again It is worth if weight Auditor, N. C. now 3d Auditor,
i1 ..A'. won't !keep store or. Washington, C., ays"; "I/
P41 lto h i r. a freetrial at have never found a better Noerve
1 -D r" g -'"':" Tonic and General Invigorator.,
'- -=' -claim orf being the youngest '"
ier in the state of Oregon i Althda Contains no' Bromides, Co-
ts. J. F Magee, wife.-fthe trar- calne, Chloral or other ipji
SorM (iIheUtl t ,wwg ~, whu is a rious arugs. Always Bafe for
Jl yperI6eairs oidanid asband-' all ages and sexes.
eid healthy ,oy hbaby. $1,6 for $5. Sold by druggists.
-' Manuf'd onl by King'a Royal
2- .- -,Ayer'sSairsaparila-do.c- what. no Germetuer Co., Atlanta, Ga.
.- other bl-)od medicine In existeuco enan
'r tj. .It eareiho'ut all i LADIES DO XO ow
-l./ rh, .term all,'] expel,tem har LAD- ES oYou
the proper ebannels. '_h, is DR. FELIX LE EnRRU's
Ayrer'. Sarsapariti is so p1 OTEEL -Ur PEiiYRf II PJII
eriniently effeettve &a s areme.d for TEELU P LRllIilUL PILLS
rheunaitism. are he original arid only FENC, esafa and re-
ial nr. o n ir mark,.. Pric, l.0; act bI
xrad. G inouaeLbold only h
The-art .f diging Tullar Wells i Evhnq BrioA l',vr-e Oak. FlMs
S old Father Adam Mo]iuet.) at the The New Idea.
-.. eugg,.tin.o :of bis .vtrfe, began the
i. in 11 nnd .eicl-- that. lime Itbas Are you and eleiitr? If so, you
--" beer tran.J bfntllnl-. .-,m a te-eplntyv of,,1l. f.T,'sur,.,in,alsosense
een Iraniu fjI t jh)ro..,.&rm uen.)uebh to guoa-p rood n,-w nnep When offer-
g,: eneratil.n generation. ed. What dlo ,n rilnnk .f a a2 column Il-
i-- M ionl l.v Paper. ea.h issue con-
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Repairing of All Kinis, and,



The Jasper Wine and-Bllhiard Rooms.
Remember that you can get the Bost and Most Palatable


To be had in the town of Jasper. A full line of Choice Old Whiskies,
Wines, Boers and in fact Liquors Of aJl kinds. Lovers of Billiards !and Pool'
will find the Tables unequaled; and every courtesy shown to make patrons


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IOr e,r-i ~,i ,i-. i i.. with the Cash, or Money Order, will receive prompt
and Careful AtteutioP,

The Juig Trade a Speetalty.





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Repository at Potsdamer's Old Stand.
Plans and Specifications Given on Application,

South Bound Read up. North Bound Read Down.

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Through Sleeping Cars via Tifton Route between St. Louis and Jacksonville.
Through Sleeping Cars via West Coast Line between Port Tampa and New York, Trains
35 and 32.. F. M. MANGHAM, Agent, Live Oak, Fla.
F. M. JUoLY, D. P. A., H. G. HA.YCaArT, S. P. A., Ocala, Fla.
Tampa. Fla. .. H. C. McFADDNS. A. G. P. A.
B. W WRENN, P. T. A., Savaunah, Ga.
Savannah, Ga.

Do You Want a Home?

-IF SO- -

'No is' the Time to Buy!


I TV meet the demand for residence lots, 1 have had surveyed that beati-
tifnl tract of Land in the WET END, known as the, Hilton property.
-Th'e -Blocks are 320 feet square with an alley through the center, making
each Iht 80 feet front 152 feet deep. Each lot faces on a street 66 feet wide
asd extends back to a 16 foot alley, thus making every lot accessible from
the rear as well as the front. *
To enhance the value of the remainder, I have decided to sell a limited
number of these lots to those who desire to build and move to town to get
the benefits of educational advantage being offered by the now flourishing

At Extremely Low Prices, Payable in Monthly Installments if Desired.
These lots are high and dry, and among them are some of the most beauti-
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For Further Pai tlialars call on me at THi BANNER office.

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rivers & ?ondn Pian Co, MCasonic Te'ple,
'Ve 1rsf n anO iI183 Tremont St. Boston.

$5.00o $3.00
$4.00 $2.50

$3.50 $2.00
$2.50 $1.75
$2.25 Forl]is

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New Florida and Northefl Air LW ie
And lorida TrnikuLIik-

IN EFFECT JAN. 7th. 1895.

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Sarsapar i as

For Female Complaints andl
S building up run-dovn sys-
tems it acts like nigic. Try
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"W'asa rheumall nulerer f'.r I& month. Derire.' no-n,'lt
from pileclans, tr-eatment at Mineral Wells,Tes., or li',t prlnv-,
Ark. IM mdoctordetarcd m.r roud.irhn hopeleps, bliut a ii- 1s.-t il.
advised P. P. P.. Llipm.Ln'a Great fernel. Trlhrough ILt.a 6e im
to-aay a well man.' VW. F.TIMaN,11,
of '7ImmILA & Rines, LeadiIng Grocera, WazauachIc-, Tet.
lrndoraed by B1. W. FlAa .'vi, Dr..gniaL.
'* P. P. P. TIpp1man'reat remedy.carerd me of diih'ult lbath-
Ing add palpitalton of tLe bear. Han not elept ou ,1 biL ri.l, ior
two years; now I icoproundly In any. poitir.o."
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"Sworn toand ebsecribed bW-ore me."
J. W., LAbiEar, NoNtlry Public.
"Suffered for years with a dliagreoable erntrion r.on ni f.'.re
Various remedais failed l rimoe at. Three bottLe of P. I' I'.. L;.,p-
In.a.,a, GreLat RL med, compinttely cured rat."
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