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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DOLLAR YEAR.
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--- Tie mayors: of Jacksonville andT"nll" : HABITS OF BUSINESS i
Fifty-Six Hundred Acres of TimberLands S

if j* have just told through the Sold Tuesday.Mr. : Include six qualities: :

p columns of the Baltimore Manufac D. S. Woodrow proprietor of : "Industry, Arrangement, Calculation, :

DrinHI turers' Record of the wonderful growth I I II I the Central Lumber Company consummated : Prudence, Punctuality and Perse :

\ of said dUe i a sale Tuesday to some : verance." :

: Whit is back of this growth and New York parties, which includes This motto is one we have worked under : '
I what means It? the saw mill at Santos and
VITOLI 5,6iiO : and we trust have noticed the benefits
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you :
E i It I iy not simply because they are acres of timber lands.:
: both to ourselves and to
seaj ort cities and have good harbors, These parties were given an optionon our cus :

Jy for Ftruaudiua. has a better harbor the land two weeks ago and the : tomers. :

L- than cither of them and has made no deal was closed yesterday by wire. .
: MUNROE & !
CHAMBLISS BANKERS.
such marvelous growth.It l.
Besides being dealers in lumber: ,
: T Is because every interior city is lathes and other builders' material : Ocala, Fla.

-- -- made, through freight discrimination these gentleman are also deAlers
lo pay tribute to them. fine breeds of rattle making a lpt'c. I l..'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAA.AAAAAAAAAA&4AAAAAAAAAAAA.AA/

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE ; The distance between Jacksonville ialty of Jerseys! and Brown Swiss and | .4

-. and Tampa i is something over two Mr Woodrow believes that it is their fI-----------: --- --

hundred miles. intention to make a stock farm of the I

-ti\ -::: The lands are rich, elevated and property after using the timber for II THE THE ;1 11

' luxuriant capable of producing abundant lumber. I
2 Ocala Florida.
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crops and supporting in comforta Mr. Woodrow retains the Ocala \ BOSTON BOSTONSTORE .4

-a population of millions.We property of this company and will I STORE :
have made our resources known. enlarge Bud improve the same.

.! ._.fR We have labored zealously. We have consideration is not given but .

i: lj'ljiljilj'1' il il ill'll11' 11l1 ..11llll11 11l11l11l11 11 11l11 11il1 sarcety become:! better enthusiasts off indeed, but, were we it are not I I is a most satisfactory one. !L Buy Your i I IL iI I

of Methodist Services Sunday. I -
for the accidental discovery phosphate I
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Rev. Howard Dutill'a ; ,'
I would be infinitely worse Sunday was .
we
f His Dream, I Mr. J. fi. Weathers, of Leroy, one of off; than we were a generation ago. I last Sunday in the conference year at ',

i'i'I crttmed that I dwelt iij marble halls, the most successful farmers in the the Methodist church He preachedtwo
Our Pauls may plant and our Apolloses I
k -With rassals bedecked in gold. county, was a visitor to Ocala Tues- : tine sermons and :
I multiply morning eve- L
and
water, we may
'. And With those twins hallJ that squaltw I walked d day. Mr. Weathers says that the fact them may many fold, and they may ning. his line of thought in the morning : SHOES ,;
that the
orange trees are shedding apart
cold. being the way or path of lhn
;\ maybe my feet werji't multiply their zeal and thf-ir industry -
: of their leaves from the effects of
c -Kew York Sun. Christian and uu theme
but with existing freight rates it evening
the recent cold, is a safe indicationthat the divine and truth. ,
being on light
>1t. Lee Cox is iu the city visiting Is Ii matterof impossibility; to build I ,
they are not killed. At the close, of the
Pike. Florida. morning service
:, to mother dire \V. an interior city in
T The board of county cotutni&ionerd Fifty of zealous and constant the last church conference of the pas- : '
t't. Mr. aDd Mrs. Fred iieckhatn and years toral held. The church From The jl jltl
at their executive meeting appointedroad l b..r in a stretch of two hundred year was!
Children, of Newberry, are visitors tot overseers for diflwnt cotainUsioners miles of magnificent territory, with membership was reported to be 232.:

Ocala. districts. The following are au uueijuilled climate ought to have The following stewards of the i lI

ft, Miss Yarn, of Bartow, Is visiting their names: R. A. Fort, for Ocala produced results somewhere along the church for the eusuiug year were art- THE BOSTON STORE.

fen Ocala and is the guest of her district; V. M. oeckinger Cotton route. flounced : l i r'

.Brother, Prof. Josiah Warn Plant; J. L. Tucker, across the river; j I But for the phosphate, turpentine W. I{. Zeaadski, L. X. Green, M.M. ,

t S tate'a attorney-N. M. Allred has W. D. Mathews, Flemington; J. C. i and lumber industries, the country U i Little, W. J. Chamber, Jo'. 0. 'I 1; Opera House Block Ocala, Florida :':1

'; to Inverness: to attend court Elli, Citra; James Luciusand, W. A. desolate, and the harvest we have Reagan and E. L. Ley.

fSrhlch gone is now convening at that place. Redding, Summerfield. reaped in all these years of labor i is The following departments' of the I c=--- ---- a

heartrenbiug. church were reported as having! raised
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.Mr. P, Jurne&u returned to the Newspapers! tor Sale-InHiiudlCH In other lauds peninsulas are the during the past year the following -

lit Floral City yesterday after of 100. lucluirat THE OGHLR SEED
mini.i mo.t .I iopulous and it would be so sums: STORE
Spending Sunday in Ocala. with hi Tim oilico here if freight conditions were differ Sunday school $296 2Sj; Woman's

I.: tam U J. Mr. 11'. B. Baldwin, of New York ent. Foreign Missionary Society, :$43 :''9; .I Baxter Cam ManagerOpened

Mr Wi K,Z"wII.d.ki went down to who has been toppiug ut the Ocala The uwkiutf of au interior city iu Woman's Home Missionary society -- ---- -- -- -- ----

Jnteruess! Tuesday to attend the midwinter House several days, and who has been I Florida is po"ible-there' nothingthe for liquidating church debt, parsonage January with a full line of

Ktslon\ of the circuit court, a regular winter visitor to Florida for matter with the soil-there's work etc., $623,72; P4>worth

where he has: several important cases many )'earsllopping at the 'lampa nothing the matter with the climate League, -'S.:6; Junior Epwor'h i

pending. Bay and many other fine hotels, said there's nothing the matter with the League, S5 00. FRESH SEEDS

Miase*Julia Pope and Mary Me- to A rt'portt'r of Ibid paper yesterday! l people; but to build a city we must i The conference unanimously voted i
that he had stopped ho,el in that will allow active to extend to the Florida annual conference I
Quid of J Jacksonville who have at no have: rates us Of All Kinds
the state that sets fine table unrestricted which meets iu Quincy this
two the gufifcts of Miss Frauces Andersen HO a as and competition.tiiuuenville -- -
the Oval House He is Its week, an invitation to meet in Ocala I I II
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bo entirely a baaing point. i
for the past teu days, have returned I Idt'liglltt'rt I i next time. Mail, Iaprew: and Freight;. Orders Promptly filled
with the Ocala's but its
home. tables and the rates un better than ,
surrounding generally that he has whulefaltj merchants, one after au- At the evening service Rev. Dutill GIVE l'S A TRIAL
ilr. and Mrs. Eugene J. D.-zier thanked all those who bad helpedhim ...
made arrangements to stop here othrr, in order to save themselves -
irbo hIVe been visiting Mr. D.-zieiTs in his work and said! he had triedto
again for several weeks ou his return from utter annihilation had to go to .
parrot for the past week, leave todayfor fioia South Florida. Mr. IMduiu i is J a'k,"iivhlle bag aud baggage., i do his best fop the Ocala Methodist *..* .... ;
Jujiitor whore \I r. Dozier will\ church. He leaves
tomorrow
wife. sad commercial tonight or -
accompanied liyhis I. iH commentary.
have charge of the Jupi'er lighthouse.Hoa. .
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litrriorcities in Florida would be for Quint).
You know roar taking. The Kpwortii League had an interesting STARR STERNBERGER
bt.fullt.ntl: not hurtful to cur J.
seaport
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H. W. Long chairman of the When you take G ro\'e'* TaMeleso ,
i.... service at 3 p. w. and announced -
WArd of commissioners and Chill Tonic because the f. .il .
county nuula i U
would be helpful to the rail a special league service ta be held I
1 Real Estate
lir.v and Rents
pmmlnent In Methodist circlet, left plainly printed on every bottle hhow- roads. next Sunday at 11 a. m. as that day I .
yesterday for the conference at Quincy lug that it U oimply Iron and QuinineIn and will .
is"Epworth League Day
t, w a l lay delegate from the St. John's a tasteles form. No Cure Xo Pay aud IfOi-alahada Gainesville population 50,000 and of Orlando 50,000 i i be generally observed by all the .... ; i
iiethodidt at Cotton Plant. 50c. !
tile buiuof Jacksonville\ leagues of Southern Methodism. I .
---- 50,000 1
Best in the S. Houses for Sale Lease Rent ti
uth.CHrtoouiit
Exchange.
Tommie Jumper, grandson of old aud Tampa would be largely increased Statement

Jumper, the famous Seminole chief, A. K. Taylor, of the I thereby. j To the editor of the Ocala Banner t; h

i de.d. He consulted famous physii JacknonviUf) Metropolis, who has been L-t's concentrate our energies aud I Please give space to the following Sa Rents Collected : Lots for Sale

'i Mln ValdosU aui St. Augustine, rusticating and enjoying piscatorial corporate our talents to the building itemized statement the receipts and f

but his case was hopeless. He diedAt sport on the Manatee, returned to i of Ussl t into city.L expenditures of the entertainment by i *... .

Fl. Lauderdale but no one knows Jacksonville Saturday:; night, where t'" build a railroad of our own to the High School Dec. 19. j

where he was buried.Mr. he will assume his duties of makiu.j the St. Johns river (the distance is i I The approximation of $;5 made before ENTIRE CHARGE OF PROPERTY HANDLED.

the most striking cartoons that ever less than thirty miles} connect with an accurate accounting, was my ; .

Brumby's magazine, the Florid appeared in southern newspaper.Mr. the steamships of the Clyde line and I estimate of the tout receipts and uot SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEXT iTYDINGS', DRUG STORE.

Fruit Grower and Tr joker, will be Taj lor reports having had a most command the freight situation intended!! an estituateof the net

printed at Oak instead of Jackson delightful a..d benenVUl. trip and his proceeds. I 1 111. N1/ e
ville. He is receiving very subttau- many friends iu Tampa were badly Secured the Contract.Mr. While the house was not what we i _.___ .

.till encouragement ia the publication because he could n__-__-_---- ____
disappoluted not G. Wake WeiN, In competition hoped it would be and the proceed-*

,:' 'It. He hag every confidence that spend a few days in thii: city.-Tampa with some of the biifgest firms in the not as large as: we expected, still the .. A FRAIL 4 4in
J, tY i ut be an entire succew. Tribune. and students that the ;
country secured the contract for furnishing faculty are glad I ;

Sidney E. Hdler, a prominent Stovall Young and Handsome. the iron b bedsteads about I eil'ort was made and that the play \\ ill//I// which a picture i I put will either 1

young phosphate Charley Fildes ia discussing the eighty in number, for the state poor was such a prauouuced success! in ?
man of OcaU, was II 1111 enhance its value or spoil if.Ve '
to the city political situation iu Florida, in the farm for Kick and decrepit convicts. every respect
Monday and Tuesday in / haves large a.-sortment of picture
the interest of Ocala Banner says, "that :Frank This bed, a model of which H now on The beginning is small but the results 1 ,
his company. Mr. frames and MOULDJ .t3, and it isvn
filler |II Adams and Jet Browne are young exhibition iu Mr. Wells' place of are destined to be great The
not ,
only a thorough young easy matter to find something, exactly -
balnetI enough to wait, but Harris, Davis and business, is of his own invention, audis students have been determined in vt
. man, but a brilliant writer, I suited to any and every style of
I Htovall had better not ) with and atfiir their ellorts and deserve the highest 11
, *Vlng I made several contributions to i : coquet( a very simple ingenious picture. We have special facilities or i ii
oat leading time too long." This is all wrong. and is very strong and serviceable.Mr. commendation for their success.
magazines.NIIauCounty i making frames to order and consequently -
Star. Wallace Stovall is a younger man by WdiK has now been iu business The educative value of such an I
our prices are moderate
far than either Browne or Adam, about two years and ix building up a effort is worth far more to the students I I
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Birth marks which mark and mar though neither of the latter. have any- very fine trade, furnishing phosphate thau is generally estimated and the

theout81de or the body area grief to thing like reached par.-Pensacola plants, turpentine distilleries\ steamboats school feels well repaid in the. consciousness OGAtA FURNITURE COMPANY.

every mother hose children may News : and others with II.lllOrt.'I of ma of its success and in the
bear thern. But for every child who satisfaction of having Ilveu'alue
Another Announcement for Governor. chinery.A
Scare a birthmark The Reading Club. Stoe on the skin there The Hon. Arthur T. Williams of visit to his establishment will received for every dollar that came to I The ;
Me many who bear an indelible birth- A f'tor a two ",.t>t'k''acstion the annual meeting of the
mark Xiusau county, is being widely men reveal a variety of useful articles:: it* little laboratory fund. i s-tockhofders of the Orala Foundry
have On the mind. Nervous mothers tioned nowadays as a prospective candidate engines, boilers, hydraulic pumps We hope that our tricuds, the press reading club met Tuesday afternoon < Machine Works will be held

nervous children laud many a for governor. Mr. Williams saws iron cables, ropes piping, aud included, will accept our sincere with Miss Meta Jewett. at theoffice of the company in

despondent man sod woman owes au Irritable and is one of the best men In the state, all kinds of mill supplies.A thanks for their 11-obtanre.and: our John Ruskin, wu4 studied. and particular m the...day city, the of 14th Ocala of Florida January, onVVd 19-J3 I II

days temperament( to those but we have yet to learn that he t>U- best wishes for their prosperity and attt'ntions paid' 10 the Iii:!. I. 11 o'clock a. m. at 1 1N.

eel the ofdrad when the toother w 'it. Marriage Announcement. bttpiue. ..a during the new year, ou hour of her walt'rnityThe Cards have been received in this' Very truly yours, "Se-ame and Lillies." President.
Ilea of Dr. Pierce'a Favorite the JUAIAII VARX Geo. W MARTIN,
Prescription of Miss ,
---- city announcing marriage Current events were nNo discussedMM.
strengthens the mother for her Would be Worth His Weight in GoldIn Ellie' Dye and Mr. Pierce l n. McDonnell Principal. '. fe'eoretary. .
( A. IJf the
Teague, president -
triaU Capacity.
With any The is the itemized
urenlh following statement -
comes a buoj. which took place on the eveningof I .
of Editor A. P. Jordan of the Punta club sent in her rrs-igDition whichwas Lost-Reward..
ncy of and I
spirits and receipts expenditures of I
quietness of mind, December 23, lot the home of the II
which is Gorda Herald would be worth his entertainment am-pt-d although] the club regrets j I Several thousand dollars
one of : investedand
| the happiest gifts a bride's brother in Los Angeles, Cal.! I i
other can bestow weight in gold t>n a metropolitan BECEIPTS. to l"se her ( lost) in lands in Marion
her 01fl'l\1
on county
Bjgivlug ( iug. writing fi-li literature. He is Mrs. McConnell formerly lived in Received at door........__ ?. .eJ3 2S Miss Minnie Gamsby was unanimously without having first
vigor and elasticity to tinelltuite IIH1't.r Ocala and has a host of friends here Advertising receipts ...........".. 19 15 sleeted of the club obtained an
the greatest fish narrator that ever president : abstract of title from the
womanly organs, "Favorite I who will be interested to learn: of he Total_. ... .. .. Jjj 00 Marion
prMcription" I happened.-Tampa Tribune.A. I ; and Mrs. J. J. Genjj vice preeidnt. County Abstract
practically dow away I ___ __ marriage.To EXPKNDITUkES.. will Company. For reward -
X the club with
I 'xt Tuesday meet
with see
the.j.ain of maternity and makes I C. L. Calenders. Rent of opera house.. .. ftj oo next page
the b bt Printing programs__."...?. ......?...?....... 0 00. Mrs. O. ti. 8<*<>tt. I. N. EXPERIENCE.Violet
edvent as natural and u Send four cents iu sumps to 8. P. cure a cold in one. day. Drayage: on furniture,tie (10 I .
pimple ... _. .... ...... --------------
as the i'nnuugband bills zoo ---------
blossoming of a lower. Collier Jr., Division Passenger Agent Take Laxative Bromo Quinina Tab Printing! tickets?.._.???_.-? .? ?.....?.?. i

here I Ii, no ......___ .......... Talcum
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cociine! or other Atlantic Coast Line, Tampa, Fla., for lets. All druggists refund the moneyif Destitution of bills: etc 50Net accompanied by bU wife, panned Powder to relieve rhapjug u

anoxic crl.Jltton contained" iu- tll-' \'orite Pre- a very attractive wall. calender: fur it failes: to cure. K: W. firove's j '1'9Lat...".. .... ...._........ ".-.......$,a )0 through Ocala Tuesday tn route to heit and ('Ii!. 10u Quit an 3 1 for prickly $.--.

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P-r -r Tie mayors of Jacksonville and : HABITS OF BUSINESS. :
r r- Fifty-Six Hundred Acres of Timber a

-- --- Tniupa have just told through the Lands Sold Tuesday.Mr. : Include six qualities: :

columns of the Baltimore Manufacturers' D. Woodrow, proprietor of i : "Industry, Arrangement, Calculation, :

:: Drink; 1 : Record of the wonderful growth I the Central Lumber Company, consummated II : Prudence, Punctuality and Perse- :

r of said cities. a sale Tuesday to some : verance." :

Whit is back of this growth and New York parties, which includesthe : This motto is one we have worked under :

\ j jt I what means it? saw mill at rSantos and 5,600
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VITOL It il not simply because they are I acres of timber lands. : and we trust you have noticed the benefits :

seaport cities and have good harbors, i These parties were given an optionon : both to ourselves and to our cus :

.:= !: i' for rnandina has a better harbor the land two weeks' nan and the : tomers. :

-.-- than either of them and has made no deal was closed yesterday r.y wire. I :
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MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
BANKERS.
such marvelous growth.It Besides being: dealers in lumber, ,

Eli is because every interior city is lathes and other builders' material, } : Ocala, Fla. :
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r made through freight discriminations t .
r these gentlemen are also dealers in c 1

r- to pay tribute to them. fine breeds of cattle making a ppt-c-1 I 6..A&&&&&a.&&u.&&.u&&&.AA&&....&......... ......./

1 The distance between Jacksonvilleand I laity of Jerseys aud Brown Swiss and | -S
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE ..
Tampa i is something over two I Mr. WOOI1rOW believes that it is their f!_ -------- .. -- -- -- ---- -
-- hundred miles. intention to make a ct H :-: The lands are rich, elevated and property after using the timber for II THE THE I II

luxuriant, capable of producing abundant lumber\ I
Ocala Florida
' P r crops and supporting in comforta Mr. Woodrow retains: the Ocala BOSTON BOSTONSTORE j

-- Jr population of millions. property this company ant will :
,i STORE
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We have made our resources known. enlarge and improve the same. :

1rHis We have labored zealously. We have consideration is not given but '

become enthusiasts, but we ares is a most satisfactory. one. 1 Buy Your \\1
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:!!tn.'!ly better oil: indeed, were it not L. ) '
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for the accidental discovery of pho Methodist Services Sunday.

I i would be infiui ely worse Sunday was Rev. Howard Dutill'slast :: :
prate: we i
Dream Mr. J. K. Weathers, of Leroy, one of I I
I Sunday in the conference at
II generation year
I off; thau we were a ago.
3 dreamed that I dwelt in marble halls the most successful farmers in the Our Paula may plant and our Apol- the Methodist church. He preachedtwo : l lI
With vassals bedecked in gold. county, was a visitor to Ocala Tues- multiply tine sermons morning and eve- .1
and
water we
IOlellDay may
And those balls I walked day. Mr. Weathers that the fact SHOES ;
says fold and they ning his line of thought iu the morn
With twins that squakwed them many may ,
I that the orange trees are shedding a the of the
ing being or path
S maybe my feet wern t cold. multiply their zeal and their industry way "
of their leaves from the effects of
part .
. \d -New York Sun. but with existing freight rates it Christian and 1m evening theme i ''l
the recent cold, ia a flare indication being on the divine light and truth. I :.
to buildan ,
Mr. Lee Cox is iu the city visiting! isamatterof:: impossibility I ;
that they are not killed. 1.
tbe close
At of the service
iiis.mother, sire W, f3. Pike. interior city in Florida. morning : '
The board of county commissioners Fifty of zealous and constant the last church conference of the pastoral I

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beckham and at their executive meeting appointedroad labi>r in years a stretch of two hundred year was held. The: church I From The I Ii
Children, of Newberry, are visitors to be 232. t
reported to
overseers for different commissioners miles of magnificent territory, with membership was

\. Oc&la. __ districts. The following are an uueflualled climate, ought to have The following stewardof the : \ :"

Jll Miss Yarn, of Bartow, ia visiting their names: R. A. Fort, for Ocala produced results somewhere along the church for the eusuiug year were an.nounced .- i :1 THE BOSTON STORE. 1\ :
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'. :.in Ocala and Is the guest of her district; V. M. Seekinger, Cotton I route. : I 1i :

:brother, Prof. Josiah Yarn. Plant; J. L. Tucker, across the river; j But for the phosphate, turpentineand ft'. K. Zewadski, L. X. Often, M. I ,

State's attorney N. M. Allred has W. D. Mathews, Flemington; J. C. i lumber industries, the country i is M. Little, W. J. Chamber, F. 0. i : Opera Huuse Block Ocala Florida il
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attend court Elli, Citra; James Lueiusand W. A, desolate, and the harvest we have Reagan aud E. L. Ley. .
to Inverness to .
gone Redding, Summerfield.Old The following departments of the I k- --
which ia now convening at that place. reaped in all these years of labor i is a
church were reported as having raised -
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returned to the \i'\i'*|>:i] <>rH lor Salt'-InHundley -
Mr. P. Jumeau In other lauds peninsulas are the during the past year the following

mina .t Floral City yesterday after of 100. Inquire at inot populous and it would be so sums: THE OCALA SEED STORE

.spending Sunday iu Ocala with hi This Ollioe here if freight conditions were differ Sunday school, S2962S; Woman's

family _. Mr. W. B. Baldwin, of New York: Foreign :\Ih'lionarySociety, H3 :::9; I Baxter Cam ManagerOpened

Mr. W. K.Zewadski went down to whu hus been stopping at the Ocala ent.The making of an interior city in Woman's Home Missionary ts/cit-ty:; -- ___n___ __ _____ _____ ___ _

Inverness Tuesday to attend the mid House several days, and who has been I Florida is possible-there's nothing for liquidating\ church debt, paraou- January 1st with a full line of

winter session of the: circuit court, a regular! winter visitor to Florida for the matter with the soil-there's age work, etc., t6:!3j'2; Epworth

where he has several important cases many years, stopping at the latnpa nothing the matter with the climatethere's League, 2S.20 t ; Junior Epwor'h (

pending. Bay and many other fine hotels, raid nothing the matter with the League So 00. FRESH SEEDS

Misses Julia Pope and Mary Mc- : to a reporter of this paper yesterday, people( : ; but to build a city we must The conference un1.oimously'otl'd!
that he had that will allow active to extend to the Florida annual conference I "
ho el
Quaid, of Jacksonville, who have stopped at no in have rates us Of All Kinds
the state that tine table unrestricted which meets iu Quincy this
been the guests of Miss Frances Andersen sets so a as and competition.
I the OoaU House. He Gainesville H Its week, an invitation to meet in Ocala j jI
is so entirelydelighted a basing point.
for the past ten days, have returned time.. Mail, i\pre** and Freight; Orders Promptly' Filled.
next
home.Mr. with the tables and the rates are better than Ocala's, but its
; surrounding* gtnt"r..Uy that be has wh..lt ale merchants, one after au. At the evening service Rev. Dutill GIVC VS A TKI.1L -
and Mrs. Eugene J. Dozier,
thanked all those who bail
made urraugrmeuib to stop here other, in order to save themselves helped -
who have been visiting Mr. DUXIOI'Bparenta : him in his'! work and said he hail triedto
ngnin for several weeks< on hU return from utter annihilation had to go to !
for the past: week, leave today how South Florida Mr. lUMwiu i isaccouipaui'd Ju.,k.-vuville bag and baggage. do his beat for the Ocala Methodist: + + + ...+ 444* + + + .
for Jupitor, wb..reIr.. Dozier will I
church. He leaves tonight ur tomorrow -
by his wife. Ii ii a sad commercial commentary.
I J charge of the Juj.i'er lighthouse. luUiior cities m Florida would be for Quiucy.The .

of the You know what you are taking hel.ifulind:, not hurtful to cur seaport'ilit.s. Epuorth Leag'je had an interesting ]. STARR STERNBERGER .
i Hon. H. W. Long, chairman When you take Grove'* Tasteless} service at:3: p. m. and announced ,

.. .f)board of county commissioners and Chill Tonic because the formula is l. the rail- a pec'ililll.'a.ua service 13 be held I
would be to
I helpful Real Estate
lir-y and Rents.
prominent In Methodist circles, left plainly printed on every bottle showing I next Sunday at 11 a. m. as that day 1
yesterday for the conference Quincy that it is simply Iron and QuinineIn roads. 1I + +
IfOi-alahada of I is"Epwonh: League Day, and will I
50,000
1 ss a lay delegate from the St. John's a ta teles- form. No Cure, No Pay and Gainesville 50,000 population and Orlando be generally observed by all the I .+++ ,. I
. l Methodist at Cotton Plant. oOc. *
of touthtrnIt'thoJI
.... ----- ----- 50,000 t the bu"intof Jacksonvilleaud leagues w. i + <
Best In the Seuth. Houses for Sale, Lease, Rent, Exchange. ; ... :
Tommie Jumper, grandson;: :: of old Tampa would be largely increased Statement
.
Jumper, the, famous Seminole chief, Cartoonist. A. K. Taylor, of the thereby. To the editor ofthe Ocala Banner. 1 I
is dead. He cousulted famous physi- Jacksonville :Metropolis, who has been L-t'I concentrate our energies and I Please give space! to the following Rents Collected : Lots' for Sale..

ciang! iu ValdosU and St. Augustine, rusticating and enjoying piscatorial oouatorate our talents to the building itemized statement the receipts and I T

but his case! was: hopeless. He diedat sport| on the Manatee, returned to of O-tih into a city. expenditures of the entertainment by *..- .1

Ft. Lauderdale but no one knows Jacksonville Saturday night, wherehe L. t's build a railroad of our own to the High School Dec..19. !

where be was* turi.-d. will assume his duties nf mukiuj the yt. Johns river (the distance U I The approximation of ;$,,) made tl ENTIRE CHARGE OF PROPERTY HANDLED. I

the most striking cartoons that eter less than thirty miles) connect with fore au accurate avxounliug, was wy :, + I.

Mr. Brumby's matTHzme, the Florid appeared in a southern neuapaprr.Mr. the steawhil.s of the Clyde line aud I I estimate of the total receipts and not SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEXT ,iTYDINGS1 DRUG STORE.I0 .

Fruit Grower and Trucker, will he Taylor reports having had: a most command the freight situation' intended on estimate: of the ut

printed at OcaU instead of Jackson delightful and beneficial trip and his proceeds. 4444 444*

ville. He is receiving vet substantial many friends in Tampa were badly Secured the Contract. While the bouse Was not what e -i- U

r1 encouragement ia the publication disapjxluted because he could not Mr. G. Wake Weilin competition hoped it would be and the proceednot _---- -=>

of"it. ife' has every coufidejce that spend a few days in this city.Tampa 'itti some of the biggest firms in the I as large as we expected, still the A. FRAME
4 lli be entire Tribune. I 1
au succevn.
faculty and students glad that the
ff -_ country, secured the contract fur fur- are
Stovall Young and Handsome. uiahing the iron bedsteads, about etlbrl was made and that the play
Sidney E. Hiller, a prominent I 111111/I/ In which a picture is put will either
young phosphate,man of Ocala, was Charley Fildes in discussing the eighty iu number, for the state poor was such a prauouuced success in y f tnuance its value or spoil it. We

political situation in Florida, in the farm for tickiud decrepit convicts. every respect.
t t in the city Monday and Tuesday in J have large assortment of picture
the interest of hiss company. Mr. Ocala Banner says, "that Frank This bed, a model of which is now on The beginning is small but the results frames and MOULDING, and it isMU
Adams and Jell Browne are young exhibition inIr.: Wells' place of are destined to be great The
.. Hitler I U not only a thorough young t, easy matter to find something ex-
't ri siuesa man, but a brUliant writer, enough to wait, but Harris, Davis and business, i is:: of his own invention, and students have been determined in 5- actly suited to any and every sty'leof

Having made several contributions to Htovall had better not coquet ( ?) with u a very simple and ingenious affair, their efforts and deserve the highest -.r i picture. We have special facilities or ;:'!
time too long." This is all and is and serviceable commendation for their success.
wrong. : very strong
our leading magazi +es.-Nassau i making frames to order and consequently
County Btar. Wallace Htovall Is a younger man by )lr. Welis tIlt now been in business The educative value of such au t l'I
our
\ prices are moderate,
far than either Browne or Adam, about two years aud in building up avery effort is worth far more to the students i ,, itlt; I

Birth-marks which mark nnd mar though neither of the latter have any- fine trade, furnishing phosphate. than is generally estimated and the i I

theoutnideof the body area grief to thing like reached par.-Pensaeola plants, turpentine distilleries, steamboats school feels well repaid iu the consciousness OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY. I

every mother whose chi dren may News. and others with II.lIlort.i of machinery. of its success aud in the 1
bear them. But for every child who satisfaction of having value ti i
Another Announcement for Governor. given Club. Stoe holders
bears a birth-mark on th.3 skin there The lion. Arthur '1'. Williams, of A visit to his establishment will received for every dollar that came toil The Reading 1 1 I The annual Meeting. i I
are many who bear Indelible birthmark Afvr a two week's vacation the meeting of the _I
Nassau county, is being widely men- reveal variety of useful: articles, little laboratory fund.We ,I; otoekhoMt'l" of the Ocala. Foundry
on the mind. Nervous mothers tioned nowadays as a prospective can- engines: boilers, hydraulic pumps, hope that our friends, the press rl'aIiWip'llIb met TueUy, afternoon 1& :Machine Works will be held !"
have nervous children land many a included, will sincere with Miss. Meta Jewett. at theoffice of the in
company
our
didate for governor. :Mr. Williams saws, iron cables, ropes, piping, aud accept
the
city of Ocala l
man and irritable and Florida OMntwlay WM-
woman owes au is one of the best men in the state, all kinds of will supplies.A thank for their as..iolauceaud i our John RiJ-km was studied aud par- the 14th of January, 19U3 ,
despondent temperament to those but we have yet to learn that he entertains best wishes for their prosperity and titular attention Was paid 10 th. dU-l j 11 o'clock a. m. 1iC I

days of dread when, the mother wait any such b"piratious.-Pen. Marriage Announcement. happiness during the new 'I''r. cushion and refdimt of portions of N. W. HARISOX, I
ed the hour of her tuattrnlty The Cards have been received in this President. 1
eaoola News.Would : Very truly yours, ":-e-amt! and Lillie'" j
usa of Dr. Pierce Favorite Prescription JOSIAH YARN Geo. W MARTIX, j
----- city announcing the marriage of Miss j Current events were nl-rt dNcuedMrs. j
'
strengthens the mother for her be Worth His Weight in Gold Principal. Secretary.
E'lie' Dye aud Mr. Pierce 1 U. McDonnell !
F. A. Teague, president of the
In any Capacity. The is the itemized ,
trial. With fin-uth following statement -
comes a buoyancy I
!
which took the
place on
evening club sent in her resignition which Lost-Reward.
Editor A. P. Jordan of the Punta ,
of and
of spirits ainl quietuews of mind, receipts expenditures of !
of December3i::: at the home of the I
: re-1
club ;
the
Gorda Herald would was accepted although: rwveral
be worth his: thousand dollars
: theeutertaiumtut invested
Which is of :
one tile happiest gifts a bride's brother in Los Angeles Cal. I ; !
weight in greta to lose her and lost
gold on a metropolitan RECEIPTS. ( ) in lauds in Marion
mother can hl'ltO\non her offspring.By county j
Pper, writing fi\\\ literature. He is: Mrs. McConnell formerly lived iu Received at door..........._.....:...?j3 25' Miss Minnie Gam h.VIiS. unauimously without having first obtained j
giving vigor aml.ela..tichy to the.eli Goal and has a boat of friends llt'rwho Advertiingrcceipts ..._..._ 19 75 en
elected of the club
the greatest iioh narrator that ntrhappened. president ; abstract! of title from the Marion
ate womanly or onus, "FavcritvPresiription" .-Tampa Tribune. will be interested to) learn of he I Total...... ......._..., .. .. JJJ 00 and :\Irii. J. J. Oeng vice president. County Abstract! Company. For
does reward -
practically! way '
KXPF.XDrmiES. .
,
---- -- marriage.fo
X the club will with
with the.pa'm of maternity and makca: A, C. L. Cillcndcn.t Rentofoperahouse.----....._ programs: ._?...__ ...._........ o oo .. Mra. O. S. S"lItt. I II N. E.XFERIEXCE.
the baby's edveut as natural and a* >nd four cents in stamps! to S. P. cure a cold in one day. Drayage! furniture, etc ____ (10nDb..S'

simple as the blossoming of K flower. Collier Jr., Division Passenger"" Agent Take.Laxative Bronx QuiniunTab FruitDi? tuLets hand;; kill...._...'n..______ __--............... 3 I oo v> I j I I Mr. J. B. Cutler, of the A. C. L., Violet Scented Iterated

There h no opium, cocaine or other' Atlantic Coast Line, Tampa, Fla., for lets. All druggists refund the moneyif Destnbutton of bills,etc..... .,_. .... 50 accompanied hv lii-* wife, passed Powder to relieve ohaping an1 Talcum

narcotic contained" in. "Favorite Prescription v a very attractive wall c !ender fur it failes to cure. F.:. W. Grove's Total..... ..... ............ _...... 3i$ 10 through Ocala Tuesday en route to ly heat and etc. 10o and 3 for prick 25-.

: 1903. signature is on each box.-15c Nee balance on hand ..._.....?. ... $ 9.p.. Tampa. Tydings & Co. :J
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TtK Of'AL.BANNEr{, JANUARY 4, 1f03F irI

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Fire UutBiea* ......... ?,_?.. COM MISS. .1 RESUMES WORK. ii

i I London, Jan 7.-There was considerable SEAY ELECTED--SPEAKER FIVE CONVICTS ESCAPfi. 1 STONE'S MESSAGEt-

1 alarm at the chapel] royal. St Sessions Are Ceing Held In Circuit! I
i Tennessee Democrats Still Divided on Bloodhound Have Been Put On Trailof
! I James palace, this morning awing to Court Room.

the sudden outbreak of fire In the House Speakership. Philadelphia Jan. 7.-After a rec ea Fugitives. VERY INTERESTING'
TATS II Nashville, Tsan., Jan. 7.-Tha senate Jackson Mies., Jan. 7. Five white I
Christmas decorations above the al over the holiday the anthr&ciU coal I ;
caucus of Democrats Monday convicts tscap -3 from the temporary
tar. The chapel was crowded the strike commission resumed( its work
nominated and the senate elected% officers Quarters of the Mississippi! penitentiary I
(Gillen) occasion being the annual Eplpchany : as follows: today of heariai the nonunion c.u'iside inhI.* city some time before Strike .Was Most .Important 6!
service. The draught carried the of the controversy in the great j :
Speaker Ed T. Seay of Sumner; daylight Monday morning, and blood-
Event of Its Kind. +;
flame of a candle: to the decorations, industrial: : war in tie anthracite coal 1
chief clerk% James A. Kirby of Robertson hounds have been put on their trail. "
but before the blaze had made much regions during the past year. The )
[Ei WITH THE ; assistant clerk, Edward W. The prisoners secured their libertyby
headway the officiating clergyman Ees ins on the commission: in this!
i Thomas of Humphreys; sergeant at boring through the wooden floor URGES PASSAGE OF A LAW. '
mounted the altar and tore down the citj are born; ; hall in the United
arms. Allen H. Eason, of Carroll; engrossing of the cage, in which thy were con --
burning holly. States circuit court room in the f&ier
; clerk. Miss Graham R. German fined.! A Compulsory Arbitration Law Should( -
BANNE No News From Mazatlen. al builds, aId it is expected that t
OCALfl of Williamson; pageD Pink Me- One of the men. C. C. Smith was Be Passed for the Settlement of
Mexico City. Jan. 7-But little newt fully a month will be occupied in taking Difficulties ,.
Cll'f Davidson and Alex Barnes, captured M miles from town shortly t-
been received! from the the testimony of the nonunion Between
has plage- of Putnam. after 9 o'clock this morning by afarmer Employer and Em- I
stricken of Mazatlen but the men the coal operators! and the mineworkers
city red
The house elected J. W. Cooper of and it is believed that the Employee.

''i JOB ROOMS eral government is doing everythingin I Cumberland temporary speaker and In rebuttal When the commission other boarded a northbound freight 1t

its ;power to relieve the distress any f adjourned until tomorrow. In the adjourned at Scranton th. train. Harrisburg, Jan 7.-The general a& h'

exterminate the disease.! There miners had closed their case and the eembly of Pennsylvania waD opened
R house caucus today two ballots for Those who escaped are u follows:
practically no business doing! in Ma nonunion men were engaged la presenting in biennial! session today.In .
speaker were taken and the caucus S. K. Burr: seven years, from Attala
zatlen owing to no ships entering thr / their side of the conflict view of the recent anthracite strike f
adjourned until tonight On the sec county for burglary; C.N.. Douglas
port, which has no railroad connection Up to the holiday recess! the lawyersfor the message of Governor Stone was
ond ballot Seay received 31 votes three years, from Hancock for bur- N
with the of the the nonunion men had taken about
rest
country. listened to with much interest. Mostof
and 18 each and Jet glaryor
l Tyson Abernathy ; a.ron Chitwood life term
zE three days in calling! witnesses who .
it is devoted to this subject The .
9.The from
ton
Itawamba for murder and Jonn if.
testified to acts of violence, boycotting
governor the strike was the -
r Republican members decided Cole. six: years, from Marion, for burglary syaa most
and intimidation alleged to have (Important and far-reaching event fib Vi
to support D. L. Stone, of Grainger, .
for speaker. been committed by members of the kind that ever occurred in the
CHICAGO SUFFERS miners' union. The witnesses heard
, CRUSHED TO DEATH. state, and that the expenses incurredby

-i Electrician's Narrow Escape were principally from the upper re- the stats in connection with the
} !
_Ion in the vicinity of Scranton and
DISASTROUS FIRE New York, Jan. 7.-To be jammed Troup Ccunty Boy Fell Under Wheeis disturbances caused by the strike was
Wilkesbarre. The session began at
$1,000,000 and The
under pilot of a hog locomotive as of Lcj V.'sgon. more. governor
WHO IS D01NG1YOUS 11 o'clock. The court was well
the ones Cornelius Vanderbilt invented room LaGrange Ga.. Jan 7.-The 14-year- urges the passage of a 'law to prevent *
filled!! when the commissioners filedin
are called, to have his lea; curled old son of Clayton Borutrs. who lives future disturbances as follows .j, ..
.
Four Lost Their Lives and took their s a.ts. All the promment .
{ People over the axle of the coney wheels under near PI attorneys were present, except I! law could and shuu.a; be "
the pilot and be carried along for county died Kcnday morning about
In the Conflagration.SEVERAL C. C. Darrow, leading counsel for '
JOB 100 feet and yet escape without a ing 3 o'clock is the result of an accident passed for the settlement: of the dig. 1j !i
the miners, who was detained in the
f broken bone, has been the experienceof which occurred on last Saturday culties between employer and employee .

PERSONS INJURED. Louis Hyslcf. an electrician on west. about coon. Such a law 1 is entire! constitutional .
-- The first business was the presentation and feasible: from the police!
found
Mount Vernon. Hysler was Clayton with otters was engaged in

t Somerset Hotel, an Eight Story Hos- with his legs curled around the axle by their counsel of the wage hauling stock to a saw mill and in standpoint looking upon the strikes )
: -- statement of several small coal
of the wheels His head was compsnies as injurious to the public, harmful. to)
coney some way fcJl from the and ,
telry on Wabash Avenue, the Scene wagon
I jammed back under the pilot itself. in the Hazelton region. one of the heavy wheels passed over society and. destructive to !tfe and;
it P INTING?
of the Fire-Elevator Conductor He was in a position that made it his body about the stomach! resulting property. They are generally! settled! i
TWO
r Saves Money Lives Impossible to extricate him without BROTHERS SLAIN. In a complete paralysis! of his body be- after all harm has been done Whj'

t lifting the locomotive from the rails. low where the wheel passel over hIm. should they not Da settled betore the! ; '

Chicago. Jan. 7.-Four persons lost When he was finally removed Hysler'sleft Toy Guns Deadly Record Stirs Whole harm is don and save large losses to, '

t r their lives and as many persons were State of Virginia.( life We should .
knee was found to be dislocated, New C.uneil l Me.ta. and property consider : J

i injured in a fire at the Hotel Somerset the right knee;; bruised and leg cut. Richmond, Va., Jan 7.-Tt death Augusta, Ga.., Jan Augurta'a city strikes as dangerous to the put'tic! {+.
I- brick structure at Wa- of two boys in the same:; family! within (
an 8-story
good and while mindful of
He also had :some cuts on the face couuiii! held tie iirf-t of die the rightsof !
f cash and Twelfth street, early three day from the effects of lock isect.at
avenue
both
and body but not a bone was broken. year tonight. At which the annual reports employer and employee. adJust -
i today. jaw resulting from toy pistol wound them from
of all city officers were submit a higher standpoint,
11 I Mrs. E. T. Perry has stirred up this oo mun1ty.
t Three of the victims. ted. The laW and retiring membersof namely, for the good of society preservation -

t aged 35, and her two daughters, A TRAGIC DEATH. Two bills were Introduced in the council are as follows: First ward, of public peace and life and

, t and 9 years old were burned or We Have house today to prevent the sale of M. Philpot succeeds Irvin Alexander property. When a large strike 13 set.

suffocated to death In their room on Prominent South Carolinian Is Killed these toys. ; tied we delude ourselves with the '
second ward O. R. Eve d3Capt3.In
the fourth floor. The fourth victim, Very Mysteriously Alfred and) Eugene Eilelblut are tie H. H. succe thought that no more will occur We _

4. Mrs. Ethel Saunders of 2535 Indiana Columbia ii. C.. Jan, 6,The city New Type boys names. They both were slightly ward. Jerry J. O'Connor DeAntljcac;succeeds third should contemplate them as likely! to :,: .

avenue, jumped from the window of was shocked today when. It became wounded with toy pistols: that firs James B. Walker fourth again: occur with the same resultsin as
ward
i' a room on the same floor to the known that \v. H. S uler. county auill. : blank cartridge Nothing wa ; Sandy the Without '
past. criticising i e
Beaver .
succeeds Otis G. Lynch fifth :
! l street died on her way.to the hospital tor met with a tragic ieath last night i New Presses thought of the wounds until the first ward. Dr. H. L. Barton succeeds; Ste plovers or employees, without blaming i' f

f from Injuries received His body was found l by the side of I of the boys was: taken with lockjaw phen WUemiui. either we should so legislate as to ,"

r The injured are: the track by which the Southern andCoast .. and died. The other death followed.In prevent the recurrence of these die1

T. W. Parker, internally. Line passenger. trains coma into Norfolk and other olts! many tur bastes"Referring
the city. fatalities! have occurred from Mist Morgan Donates ,oeo, 1
Sau broken the
Emile <'hes. cut by glass.C. waret to the Insurance of children
New York, Jaa. 7.-Miss Anna Morgan
S. Wrightman. badly cut about The indications are that he was 'ause, and the epidemic: of tetanus la fee said:
daughter of J.
the face and hands. struck and killed by the Southern's caused great excitement.The PSerpont Morgan "I heartily concur In the opinion of
has subscribed 11.000 the 'l
to fund with
i William Pears, elevator boy affected train from Charleston, which came in- the insurance commissioner that
fl' Crimson which Madame Eleanor Duse a
the ItalIaa
by smoke.and cut by flying glass. fo the city about midnight The body Card Tab!. Gulch. law should be passed limiting the
I "Do think It is jiollte" said the actress, proposes to build! an Italian
! Mr. Parker jumped from the window was not found until some time after. you of Insurance children
amount on to.
There .. foolish: in Crimson Gulcn "fora national theater on the shores of !
I of a room on the fourth floor to was but one wound upon the t.' ''-.._: :';: stranger Lake Albino burial benefit and fixing the age under 1
person a sharp incwlon! cut squarelyon mail to tilt in his bhlrt sleeve and near Rome. The ground
!I the roof of a two story building adjoIning which they could not be accepted.
. the hotel. He sustained a the top of the had, and Drs. play cards all day" for the theater, together with gardens, The
that soma addi--
governor says
"Yes. sir! answered Three Finger was recently donated by Count Frankenstein
"
broken ankle and severe bruises. A Knowlton acd Kendall who made an

short time after It was discovered examination declared) that there is (End our stock of Sta- Sam "and maybe if 11 be for your own a friend of the actress and a the tional protection legislation of should children be passed who. for he
liberal
patron of the arts.
some doubt whether not that kind good to remind you that the fewer
William or
that lives had been lost .
saya. are too young to work in the factories
of wound could have been made the sleeves a man has on when he playscards
demons a porter was arrested. The by
is of the best. but are employed in ('00breJ.kes
less l be is Postoffica
police explained that from what could pilot of an engine. The body was lyIng tioijery around here the liable Burglar Recognized.
slate and stone
New York, Jan. 7.-When quarries. ,
stretched to fall under suspicion. -Washington! a man
out in such
be learned from panic-stricken guests a manneras "
Stir.C.iUUIti. who described himself John He says: I heartily concur in the
as Baileyof
to excite .
the fire originated mysteriously some suspicion.The
Newark opinion: of the factory inspector thatit
was arraigned in The
demons was awake. it is said, at dead man's hat was picked up is Inconsistent to prohibit child '.
. on Indigo street where it had Tombs court on the charge of steal a
the tlica: and the police will hold probably
DESPERADOES CAPTURED ins of 12 years of age from working in a
an overcoat two dotectlvw
SAid
Urn until the fire has been Investlgatd. been carried by the train. The factory or merchantile establishment
hat clew they recognized him as Harry Russell -
was a that led to the findingof
c."red.tlo.ns ef this Gpng Among and allow him to secure employmentIn
a postoffice
burglar who
Th! <* 100 the the body. There was found about was arrested -
rs were about guests In Boldest Ev.r mmltted.Dirminta.m. In more dangerous and undesirable t
this city In 1595
15 feet from the for a robbery
flask
hotel at the time. body an empty "
r AlL, Jan 6. Armed in places.
Springfield. I1L. ;
and
From admissions made by Clemons which had contained corn whisky, but with escaped .
Winchester a party of tea Birmingham from Ludlow An appropriation of the Pennsylvinia
t f It is: believed he caused the fire by accidentally there was nothing to connect the policemen early Suad&y that The street jail on July 4 exhibit at the St Louis expos.tioi: .

:. : igniting his bed clothes ownership of the flask with Mr. Squier, morning surrounded: a house containing year. man was locked up. is recommended. .
I ,
f 'whilo! smoking a cigarette. who was not a drinking man. five negro desperadoes arm*<5 to ,

; It is thought Mrs., Perry first be- The magistrate examined the body the teeth with sfcotguns and 1-tetols IXVKL )I.IS California's Fruit Output. Matter To Be Adjusted Soon.
and a gold watch Los Angeles. Cal.. Jan. 7.-According .
a Knight of
t of the! fire and arootdd Pythias
C&LIC aware who
were of
E_ suspected bavin committed Memphis, Jan 7.A Simitar: at.1f:
: bcr Ctushters. the latter however ap. badge 45 cents in change and a number all of the crim during the XOTK 1I114D.S to present indications there will special from Irdianola. ..:."".. a t.. a

L pears to have been Quickly overcome of papers were in the pockets. Dr. past few weeks, which consisted of i.riTIK: IIlaH be considerably more citrus fruit shipped "The situation here is untu : "- .. -'
Knowlton out of Southern
j I : DV t':.e rmoke. both having been found reported that the right about a score of highway robberiee California this independent mail route tot.4.: 'c v

02. their beds, while the body of Mrs trousers pocket had been torn.Mr. and threescore or more burS' I66. IMY CIIKCKS: year than last. The lemon crop is twetn Indianola and l1t'dl..L. ua

i Pcr-7 lay on the floor near the win. Squi -r's presence in that neighborhood : They captured the withoutbloodshN lighter but the shortage will be more .
nsgroa-a And in Fact the Southern railway 4 u::. > .- _Lt,
TIJu.Ool'riIlCnhh
Anjlluns; than made up by additional of
causes no little output
speculation.
dow and at tie city jail they is working smoothly: and u-i*, i* w-
'iT elevator conductor his oaf He had been in bad health here lately have been least -. oranges. Up to last week about
r ran id.entlftfby at a dozen ins received only two w three hums
almost an invalid, audi it l.SOO carloads of orages had been shipped
Ho the top floor shouting a warning was quitea people as the men who held them late. No special officers were up-

and carrying many of the guests from long way from his home up and robbed fhtm, or who burglarized east from this city and vicinity pointed to protect Mrs Cox tat- negro
.- Mr. Sijuier was one of the best and and 1.200 carloads from points north
( ; the building. ; their houses One man recovered postmistress, who left !last ingot ,
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q of.Tenachapl The
r Tie financial! loss was not large. most beloved men in Richmond coun- a watch which the negroes bad tei ;.'.- season's output for Birmingham. Citizen tu: e aN

j; Although: the woman and her daughters ty. In the recent primary he was reelected from him only 24 tours iK-'ure. from the southern California fields is relying upon Senator }lou<,> and Me-
t by a magnificent vote over two expected to be from 22.CM( to 21,000
who perished in the fire were registered The depredations of this gang late carloads. Laurin and the representatives; m the

at and known about the hotel popular opponents. He was an enthusiastic been among the boldest ever committed house ;o relieve the present anno>icg

t under the name of Perry. Edward member of the United Confederate in a southern: city, and the cfc" conditions and it is believed tab en-

,Sawcders. a coachman employed on I Veterans, and bore en his ter of crimp is without equaL Several tre matter wW be adjuated in a snort

tie Southside, declared them to be boJy the scars of war. I to was alsoa times they attempted murder to .t'-. time.

Ills wit P and daughters and gave the loyal and prominent Knights of carry out their ends. It is believedthe PEOPLE'S: : BANK ASSIGNS. *

_' names of the children as Blta and Pythias. entire gang was arrested asd that \ Mayoralty Candidates Tie.

llargreris. It is believed, however The coroner's Inquest will be held the crimes will cease. The Affairs Are Now in the Hands of Mineral Bluff, Ga., Jan. 7.--Thenicipal ) .?

that Saunders was known In Torontoas next Thursday The negroes are all well known Receivers. election which was the u.-,.t 't'

Perry, and assumed the former characters in police circles and are Barnesville, Ga., Jan 7.-The Peo exciting: our town has ever had r* suit.

name when he came to Chicago.The TO VOTE ON BONDS. known to be desperate enough to doan.thing. ple's bank of this city successor to ed in a tie between W. L. Hunter

young woman who died In theatr.l'tIIin'e -- Their names are John lE"a.Ilt the Barnesville Savings bank, which Special the mayor, and T. Maahburn. for .

I : and who was partially Iden- Eleticn: : To Be Held In Hur.tsvllle Robert Lee, Will ndK-rson.. failed in December, 1901 made an assignment mayor. G. M. Diekey, Dr. A. F. Christopher .

tilled as Ethel Saunders, is now believed January 19th. Abe Williams and Will J061<'3. today to B. Rumble and A. Attention to J, J. Sims, G. P. Dickty and
HuaUville.; Ala., C.-\n election
to be another daughter of Mrs. Jan. With them were two negro women A. Murphey.: J. D. McNellsy were elected

Perry. will bo held in this city on Jan. 13: to who are charged with receiving stolen Under the reorganization plan the e11. to .J ,

ascertain the wishes of the people on property. In Alabama highway robbery new bank was to: take up certificates Out of Town cowr1

Offers Church For Sale. the mater of Issuing J20.000 in bonds I is a hanging offense and it looks to the amount of $18,000 Jan. 1. thisit A Comparative Statement I

New York, Jan. 7.-The trustees of fer the establiihuunt of a municipal >now as if all five of the nt'g1'ill failed to do. Washington, JaIl 6.-The bureau off!

the Madison Square Presbyterian electric lighting plant. The poor swing. Mr. Rumble is one of the largest Orders.South Insular affairs of the war department

church, of which Dr. Charles H. service rendered by the Huntsville depositors of the old bank. has prepared for publication a compar--:

Parkhurst Is pastor have voted to Railway Light and Power company reeently BOY TAKES HIS LIFE. alive statement showing that for the

sell their church building to their resulted in the annullment of Want New York Butter. ten months ended Oct. 31, 190.!. the p

Insurance company. The offer will their :5-jear\ contract so the city council Punished by His 'Father, Young Manning New York, Jan. Representatives customs revenues of the Philippine

have to go before the church cooperation has taken steps to institute a city Kills Himself! of Armour & Co., of Chicago, have archipelago were I7.475.7SG.! or $4.921-: '

for approval, but this is regarded plant. Estimates have been made on Waycroes, Ga., Jan. 6.-The! 12-year-I been through the dairy sections of 559 in 1901. and $3.759,9M: in 1SW.: The j t!

a certainty. The price Is more the cost anU expenses of operating and old son of Jonathan Manning, residing I central and narthein:: New York saysa figures represent the totaL of customs e? j

than $1.000.000. part of which was to the fact is shown that the city can 4 miles from Patterson committed Syracuse dispatch to The Times, ask- houses expressed in United J

be the property on the northeast corner have twice as many arclights on the suicide yesterday by shooting himself :ng the creameries to name terms un-- States currency value. \

of Madison! avenue and Twenty- streets for two-thirds the present cost. In the head with a sictgun. i iler which that firm could purchase the :__ __ __
Eight! of the cine members of council He had been punished! by his father. Dakota Legislature!
fourth street, directly opposite the entire: better output of this district,
!l favor the bond issue. The Hunts The boy went a short d&taace from Pierre, S. D.. Jan 6.-Nearly an the
church.. litre a new church will be amounting to severe,/ million poundsof
-erected.f ville Railway! Light and Power company his home placed his gun on the first-class creamery butter per an. members of the general assembly arrived I

is making\ a hard fight against the ground, with the barrel to hs head, I II ] num. No terms of contract have I in the city and work of organizing

Aged Couple Tbrtured by Thieves. bonds and so is the Huntsville Gas 'I I and pulled the trigger with a stick. I been offered by the agents who have the two houses is going on toll .

New York. Jan. 7.-Levi Eicher:, Light company. The latter corpora- The enrage blew the top of his head simply asked the creameries to name The matter of removing:; the capital

aged 95; years, and his wife, residing tlno is a bidder for the street lighting r from Pierre is receiving the attentionof
off.The prices: at which they will sell, exclusively -
In Springfield township have been contract and opposes the municipal boy hall: threatened on several to Armour & Ca. the two branches. Mitchell and

; tortured by masked thieves, says a plant for that reason occasions before to kill himself Huron are strong candidates.

; Press dispatch from ConnelLsville, Ptu, I .cciuie" er].ry pnas. .

e 'until they told where their money was Congress Reconvenes. Berlin Jan. 7.-Professor Robert Bankers Make Assignment OGALABANNER.

tnidden. The robbers held a lighted Washington. Jan. 6.At noon the Prominent Banker Dies Koch has delivered a lecture hereupon Rockwell, TeL, Jan. 6.-F. W. Har-

.. lamp to Mrs. Eicher's feet and burned house reconvened after a holiday\:. Charleston. S. C., Jan. 7.--Corg* W. typhus. He claims this diseasecan din & Co.. bankers, have made a general -

them until the flesh tell off before she cm of 15 daye. Many members had Williams, president of the Carolina: be combatted succesSiliSj through I assignment! with llaba-tles of $50-

would consent to not yet returned from their homes Savings bank died this! islatlon as cholera la
show G."'a the morning. Mr. combatted for 000 and nominal assets of $70,000

strong box where $.:S In bill, was and there were not over 100 members Williams was one of the best known the reason that typhus is only coa- I. Most of the depositors are farmers I

hidden. They then bouni! their rlcttras on the floor when Speaker Henderew bankers in the south. Tte deceased tracted by contact with a pereca Already -! and the fallur caused considerable .

to. their bed vita ropes and left. called the house to order I,I was 82: years old. infected. II I excitement la ite surrounding country -
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i ;-JCXXVI, NO. 26. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, 1103.. DOLLAR A YKAK.

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Written for the Ocala B lDDcr, I -- tfrotesstorml.
THE VOICE IN THE CHOIR. !' \\1 1'I CIGARS

OLD RELIABLE in to 11..L.ANDERSOS.!: 'Inl.HOCJr:2R.:
THE Notable Donations ;
4. (lly ELWOOD OTHELLO-ALLEN.) 'I, 1902 : ANDERSON a HOCKEK. Of the highest: grades can b>
"And when they saw the star they rejoiced :\
with exceeding great joy."-Math. u-io ver-*. ATTORNEYS:: AT LAW. found atPEYSER'S
The peals of Trinity's lofty bells Science Education Charity. :! Office_Gary-Ajrnew Block.
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Seemed on this morn more dear. I OCALA FLORIDA CIGAR STORE
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The sweet and last departing;knells i, m $.BIGGS,
Were wafted far and II'i _
4.'o near; II' jI
Pipes, Sn)0\ing and Ctjswirjg)
I knelt beneath its towering spire I ATTORNEY-AT.LAV'.

Ensconced by opal skies :, ) To the Teachers College....................................... .. ...........$ 500,000 ,I' (Office in ry-Agnew Block.) I Tobaccos, aid} Smokers Goods

Sang When as lo from,a voice paradise.from out the choir. : To the:Chicago University (additional) ..............:............... 750,000 I: OCALA. FLORIDA of Every Description.

: To the Newton Theological Institute................................ 200,000 I: L. SISTRCNK.ATTORNEYATUW..
"Olaj to tie rather asi to the S:: asi. 'I' To the Cornell University, for Hall of Physics....._............ 250,000 i.r rq' CARLOs I am agent for the celebrated

to the Holy Sliest. r' To the Young Men's Christian Association:: ........................... 100.00J J, Ruy Lopez Ca. Clear Havana

U There like to me the world, stood still. i, To the Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn................................. 125.000)( ?:, Room 4, Masonic BuitJinj, Ocala, Fla. :5 j? i Cigars, and distributor for various

I dared not move. I dared not turn. :: To the Rochester Seminary................................................... 00,000 : SP$N'JR.. brands of high grade domestic

My very thought seemed cold and chill : To the \\'t'&tsi e X Neighborhood Hou.-e...................... .. ...... 101).001)ii I EDWIN cigars at wholesale and

Mine the tapers eyes grew seeming dim,ceased my soul to barn was thrilled. I i Tn Ru.'knell College ........................................................... 25,000 ji jii ATTORNEY AT-LAW, retail.

:thought that heaven did inspire i, To Ya... ar College.................................................................. :()OOOO II L LI OCALA 7-8-y FLORIDA.

POWitER The voice of which my senses filled I !I To lUruard College.........................._...............................- =;0,000 :ii iij : D. A FINE LINE OF CIGARS 60 CENTS

By dreamy notes from Trinity's choir. I j T. Uryn Mawr College........................................................ 250,000 'I'i, n FULLER

Absolutely Pure "As It was la the tezisshg, HOT asd ever ,I' For Southern Education..................... ..........._............. l.OuO.OOO i DENTIST. A BOX m UPWARD.
t __ Over ft: Chambliss Bank Ocala,Fla.
shall la, worli without eai, amen, Mjinroe iJ i
IS NO SUBSTITUTE el.II I' Total .................................................. .. ........ ....... $ ,Q:50.000 !
THERE &: : M. THOMPSON: BeginningSaturday.. Dece rater 6th I
From deep enchantment I did awakeTo ':; By Andrew Carnegie. ::1} I' will give away a handsome Meerschaum:
aloft from whence it : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
gaze came. h! To Clark University.-......................S 100.000 II jlII IIII For make
I seemed the laws of Cod tu break. i I Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp MontezumaT: pipe weekly. particulars a 5-ceut
>' MOTTO: .THIS PAPER WILL NOT For then I bowed my head m shameIn II; For a Workiugman's Hospital at 1'ittsrmrg.......................... 50,000 j.' OCALA FLA. purchase.

fAwN AT THE FEET OF THE MAN WHO vestments snowy white For a library at Havana, Cuba.......... .................. ............. 100. OO :

;lUI SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERITigSACHEDTHETOPOFTHEHILL Mid strains as from a golden lyre Tor a library at Louisville, Ky............ . ......................... 250,000 J E. CHASE.

; NOR Me there behelda: treasured sightAn To Stevens': Institute, of Hoboken...................................... 100Ot) II I II DENTIST--: CHAS. PEYSER, Prop.
in choir.
angel face Trinity's
IT KICK THE MAN WHO IS GOING : I Fur a mine workers' hospital................................................ 50,000 ,II OCALA, L J El Tropico Cigar Factory.
i WILL "Glory be to Qai b the highest,and; en earth .... ....... .... I Ocala I Fla.I
"' IT. For educational purposes in Mexico............. ...... 4,000,000 jii' :
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OWN sad will toward L
. peace see >ces i'' To Cooper Union, New york................_.............................. 300.000 ji I If You Have Anything

.- Local EiitfirOfala And once Again the dreamy tones I I: To nearly fifty libraries in the United t States..................... &52OUOTotal 1:1':i Jerry Burnett, I In the Line of .
?: ''loW ILI2ASST2 SAUaiS. Drifted aft as silvery chimes :
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I heard as if from Golden zones, I .........1. ...... ........... .......................................5.3,602,000i II!I CALSOMINIEIG
The story old of Christmas times. : MerchantiflHnHG
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CreonlioiiHC('0., FlorMsPhoue. When in the east there beamed a star i Many Rich Donations. II III'
Xot t;. The wise men,saw in glad de.ire; I Ii \ j I To be executed on short n tieo itTa.
Church ......... )
: Me fancied then I heard afar Episcopal Twentieth Century Fund completed $20,000,000H. 1! will pay you to see me before placing
Mr. Raikrd Ditto, formerly of The song so sung fiom_Trinity choir. I I'', C. Frick, for Uuiveisity at Putsburir-" _.:............................ 2,500,000 1 ; contract .

'" Ocala, but now of Jacksonville I in The Foundry's New T. L. dtet.on Williams College............................ ..... 500,0(0 i ormg'iPRi i REASONABLE

visiting his brother, Mr. Manager. I,; Mrs. A. E. Walsh for Priesthood Fund. ................................ -t50, the city
Ditto fur a short while.i On January 1st, Mr. E. E. fliue, '11, Thomas F. Ryan, for Catbedcral at IHctiiuond"",,,,,.,,, ,. 2 OOCO Ocala, Florida. I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

l:Frank who t-o successfully managed the Mrs. C. P. Hu:itiuuton, for a cancer lip pital....................,.. lCiO,0 liO Lei Finest Imported and
Mi\ t Bertie iottlieb, of Cinciunati, Ocala Foundry and Machine Works I I Mrs. C. 1' Huntington, forf'arvard: M,lieal School: ........... 250,000 ,: Domestic Cloths. E, W KRAYBILL, Ocala

" Ohio, is iu Ocala and will spend the for the past few years, resigned his position Henry Cole*, for a church in Denver....... .............................. 350,000 I! Cutting'a Specialty.
Mrs. Maurice will i'I: : Also agent for Grlffing Brothers. Pomona
R' :Winter with her sister. with this institution and Mary E. Pyle, library, Patterson, N.k.tj.......................... lOO.OoO :::1 I Fits Guaranteed. Nurseries. 711-6oi
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: fitraBes.t ) leave in' aIf days for rjara ota, II', Mrss.. F. F. Thompson. for hospital. Cauandalgua.! N. y......... l00.oooi. ,
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:, .OW b.t the sickl> season Is! ap where he baa large property interests! I \\;. H.- Chapman; training: school, New London................. IOO.OCO Iii I,'

s-proMhlnR: "* get; a 25c bottle of Arkan- which demand bU entire attention.Mr. I Colonel U. U Woodward, Brooklyn Institute. .................... 1,CHI0+ !II,I,,I WE NEED ROOM

I.1 :- M Chill and Fever Tonic and ward U.I S. Ander:-ou, of Augusta, William Guggenheim, Lacol Hebrew Cha ties......... ........ IOO. lJ) !Ii ,

, {-"' oil spell of fever sold and guaranteed Ga., succeeds Mr. Cline and comes to I I William Hall jr., Seney: Ho.-pital I, Brooklyn .................. Ii5,000: I For Stock That's Coming

IjTydlDgsACo.! t his new position with the best of I i Cornelius'Labriskie: hospital I, Jer-y CUy.-1'. ..?,..?.... ., .......... 150,000 I I'I :'

vj qualifications. He is a graduate of :I LewUhohn Hebrew sheltering GU1&rdiauociel '...... 100,000 :,

= B+ \'ary King, All Saints': Chur,,i, L. I............................ IQO.Oi*) 'Ia ,
;. Gainesville Sun ha* enlarged to an at Auburn and has for tbe past five I I II.. AND: WE'LL PAY YOUTo

;. i elght-page piper and shows every years been in tu employ of thH well : .. . IIi
_.___ Us Make
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and of the Lombard IronWorks = -- Help .
:. ; Indication of pushluck pros. known foundry -4- =_ -I 't. .
'.:' perity. It is well managed and deserves nt Augusta, Ua., from which -- ---- -.- Read the Cut Prices:

the Ro xl fortune it is euj tying place h.. cornea well recommended Tried t3>> Stop a Jennings Boom. f -I .
Anderson is i well with Aching Joints v
Mr. pleased
Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the' The Union Label is the name of an Any of our Ladies' High Cut Button or Lace
and aUo little
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will not blister by rub- new position oruiiz+ >d! labor journal in Tampa. tIn the fingers; toes arms, and other Shoes
best liniment city, and will shortly bring his family Formerly $3.50, now going at $Z.95
all and achs : Governor Jennings visited Tampahst .parts of the body are joints that are
for pains
'j bine. Try it tu OcaU In rr-! idt The Ocala: Brunet Same kind as above, $3 00 line, now going at 2 55
and mosquei bites. w' ek and met the editor and inflamed and swollen by rheumatism-
: and for red bugs welcoiut-9 th-tu to Ocali. of Ladies' line
'. & Co. t ,------ some other parties connected with t that acid condition of the blood which Any $2.50 at ,.15 .
Tydings A Sworn Statement. the paper: and as a result of the visit (I#f affects the muscles also. Felt Fur Lined Juliets, formerly $1.50 now 1.15

, .' Mr. Dow OtMjrer( a prominent di- This U to cerli'y thai on Mondiy I'' | Sufferers dread to move, especiallyafter Felt Fur Trimmed Juliets formerly 1.25, now 90'
. "tlue in the lUiiti, ,.t church, bad purchased editorial lying long and their
the 23 day I.f October, 1901, I purchased sitting or

.. the Inverness Chronicle. His i,'I of The Racket Company, Ot-ala, I I i United States tzenator.Mr -J Jj condition is commonly worse in wet -

brother, Kev. Jasper S. Geiger.: will I FM.| a pair of tbe'tr'f Both
I I;1 assist hiui in iu management. penitentiary made show. cud that I i Him Wimwtt (the latter gentleman I bas been a long time since we have
I I Hood's Sarsaparilla My
'ormerly lived in this coun been without
gentlemen
tt have worn them continuously ever was the recent labor otwfjdate for' father thinks he could not do without it. f

: 1" ty. since, and the upper and rules are 'I :Major of Tampa) in some way got a, lie has been troubled with rheumatism
* since he was a boy and Hood's Sarsaparilla -
Vj' FOR' SALE CHEAP-Good house and still in good condition ; and it is my ear or the proposed publication and S Is the only medicine he can take that w. j. CUMBERS SHOE co. .
j iot near water tank; also pair of belief that they are gout! for three I immediately applied to JudjWal !I will enable him to take his place in the
SeU." Miss Ana Dory, Sidney, Iowa.Hood's .
jf mules, one welgbinn bOO and the nth mouth more wear. This' id' fourteen for an injunction restraining .t'1 ra\ .
horse mouths that, I have from thi s t Sarsaparilla Ocala, fla.
--> -et1l00pou0ds; and good two- wear already received per printing ; said isle

J. vagon and harness. Address J. J. fiom thefts shoes, whine: original booming the governor vfor t 'ald and Pills

;". Tlpton 1M S. Fourth St., E. Ocala ('o..tlollS $l.-1S. |1)0"11' IOU. i
the of rheumatism-no
Remove cause
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,, n*. 1.2 w-d-w.. I I STEVENS. :\1t'I'sP.lcXamt'e a\1 \ mlett...
outward application can. Take them. J. PITTMAN & SON
\ Connor, Fla. allege fiat they are jvirAow.Tiers or. (El. ,
4' We mate the filling of prescriptions Sworn to and subscribed before me the Uni-n Label newpaand' \ that
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:.1 our special bu* ine4 and with care, January 2, 1903.V.. \V. CLYATT, I it i is l'ult.ihpt under i( Erection of The Florida Fruit Grower and Trucker.

!C' price (Seal) Notary Put-lie. the Central Trades: an.,, Labor As;*rn- The above: i is the name of a monthly PuRITUREFOR i

t" A Compliment to Miss Standloy.TLursday bly, and that editor|>;Ii.lon is merely publication: tint w ill soon be established .
t., want your trade and will be pleased night Miss( Myrtle, the an erupl.. .(Oe. The',.t"tition sets forth in Jacksonville and will be

to have you ask your physician to charming daughter of Sheriff and that the a r-emeitt under which the owned and edited by Mr. L. J. Brumoy -

; {.. leave Jour prescription with us. Ty- Mrs. L. W. "Fenuell entertained, paper i i. put-Ihln..i provides that it is of this city. EVERYBODY !
dings 4 Co. t
: complimentary to alit I !! Ktaudley, an to take no part m partisan or personal Mr. Brumby is a gentleman:: of

We have good authority for tha accomplished young lady of OcaU, po'itics, mt is to concern itself solely splendid capacity and has large experience

statement that "faith reruovei ruoun1 who id a guest of the FeimelU. At and alone wth the interests of the in the publication of journalsof (,hitroui( r" Side Hoard* Lounge

.lDd." It that be true it ought: to this i reception there was a large uum- lahororgant'itionaof the city. this character! Having for a long MKlww Ko<'king Chairs Tables

'! fcrtnpoll. John p..ar80n baa faith in her of young people, and the evening Judge Wall granted the injunction, lime successfully conducted the Hells! letups nook CIn !' l"li.

t wearing au oil pusher in Florida and was delightfully passed with vocal but editor Jodou did not propose to Southern Farmer at Athens, Ga. fact UII) thilll: in the liirnitiiro line that jouuant we have I

I his faith U bigger than a whole gardenof and instrumental music. Although be foiled in any such way. He Mr. Brumby's work on the Ocala it. ( iie u* a call and be cominccd.

mustard seed. We hope his faith Miss taudley visits Gainesville for hanged the name of the paper to Banner lat year gives some idea of

vlll bring r@uultil. the first time she has!! made many the Tamp:: Labor Journal and it appeared hU industry and the scope of hU o Bazar Dilding. Corner Ft. King and Magnolia St.

--------- friends here, who will regret exceedingly the next morning with the intellect.We .
": J. P, Edwar&1 proprietor of tbe her return home.-Gainesville article<1'uiu ; the governor for Senator wish the magazine big success. OCALA FLORIDA.

'1 "Ocala Home, I is in' the city looking l'or.ln Tinier-Union and Citizen. Taliaferro's place

,04' [ I after bin bualuwa lot rPQtQ here. He MoNamee will begin contempt Saves Two tram Death
Ocala's Manner of Doing Things Com
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big business and. that the hotel will mended. Our little daughter had an almost A. E. DEL UEST
fatal attack of whooping cough and
be crowded! thU winter Mr. EdW The method of celebrating Christmas Don it Pay to Buy Cheap "
bronchitis writes Mrs.V.. K. Havi- j
rds baa spent several hundred dol- adopted the Hapti Sunday', A cueap remedy for coughs and "
colds is all right but of Aruionb, X. Y., but when
lin tdvfrtlt th+ hotel in all parts school of Ocala U i one worthy of emulation :: you want .some II
that will relieve and the all other remedies failed, we saved her HARDWARE.
thing cure .
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(| the United Btatea. -Gainesville everywhere. Every scholar
and dangerous results of lif with Dr. Kin 'tl New Discovery.Our .
severe
News. carried a gift to the church which in more
throat and lung troubles. What shall niece, who had consumption iu an Sash and '
turn was taken in charge by a Farming
J. H. Jacob, one of Marion's IOO"t you do? Go to a warmer and more advanced stage also used this wonder. ors ,$
committee and given to one of Doors
ful medicine and today she is pt j'i' Tools. .
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progressive colored former, of the the unfortunate children of the regularclimate" Yes, if possible; it : perfectly

York neighborhood, was In town Saturday : city.poor Theo little Naptist people ofOala not jKs-ibl., for you, then: in either well." Desperate throat and ,

t. on biNineM\ and made the fc-eem to have realized the truthof case take the only remedy that has lung diseases yeild to Dr. King's :New tJt. Ready Mixed

Ocala Banner bin annual New Year's been introduced iu all civilized countries Discovery as to no other medicine on V Paints Etc. -\ii'
better
the saying that "it is to give
gift In the shape of a dollar to insure Enter with 8ue, es3 in severe throat and earth. Infallible for coughs and colds.
rl'l'dve.hldison
than to
the weekly vMU Marion's favorite lung troubles, "IJoschee's German I 50o and SI 00 bottles gauranteed by
prise.Fine'
newspaper for 1903.: Syrup." It not only heals and stimulates I Anti lfnupoiy Drug :Store. Trial bottles The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing Co.

Horsus and Mules to Arrive. the tissues to distroy the germdisease free. 6 .
Mr. and 11'iI. Eugene J. Dozier of but
allays inflammation andcauses Gainesville Fla.
Capt T. H. Johus.ni hasnceived a ,
Fernandba Cow Wanted.A .
are visiting )Ir. Ihlzil'r'sP
carload of fine hoists and easy expectoration, gives a
\r'eute, Mr.and Mr!. I.eu Doiier. Mr. Kentucky good night's rest and cured the patient. very fine much cow, pedigree un High Grade FertilizersEspecially
mules.' be at Alleu-
lk''zier They may * is in the light hou;exei\'i'tHUld Recommended by known light red color with .outs
many years
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stables the Christian
lt.tjer's near
bag for ft-veral years been stationed at all druggists in the world. You can white spots ii'itiiirked, has brnsi '1I'-ion

ft.* IVrnandina. lie Ia now o>i hw way .. church.- -- get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly : home. Not ni'lkiui no-; MMH-I| adapted to Florida soils and products. Speci

to \Ve t Jupiter, where he goes to TEACHERS AIDED TO PASSE Drug Store. i Maud. Comes at 'iU'.ing; '.'PUT I.. Brinds for Fruits, Potatoes, Melons, Cotton, Lettuce, Cuke ;
take chsr 6 of the light\ house" this xafin anions home Micanopy.: _A liiud.oni>* re-I
Ground Raw Shark Bones for
Pines Etc Chickens price 1.00 +
bet ,
r, ; a proiuotiou from his former Violet Scented Borated Talcum ward Wlil be juid for her "wi} iv- I

OIJtOIl.! He follows the lead of all s..m&iuur r hums to prepare or Muplonieiit(or k higher-uUliu end s4are or School lun.amk...nlyK Powder to relieve chapjng an' prickly about Notify Ui at Dumiellon, FtI -.. per 3O-pound sack . 1
.. h butnctto. K.JI1n th,OwnmoD sad a.rh.rrDrsneb.Dockkeepuy
o' bf
t'- former Ocaliang and ha the Oca'a! ; ,,arihm.aoURebraC.vumetry, be-atand etc lOc and 3 for jc. PETTEWAY, HORSE & Co., I I !Iia; st Ca.>h i'rife Paid For lrj' Iloue %, 4'':
Grammar Uliavono,Ulnniera.Latin fw Eutit r-ar finer to read every day. anaUreI Anlbw.. Addnw LLlllI8.PrJAUa.FJ&. Tydings & Co. J I 1=30 tf Dunne Ion, Fla. I r W. ('. JeUurdo, .\ t-ut. Ocala, Fla .


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I NO INTERIOR CITY. A GOOD MOTTO FOR 1903. IS PRAYER ANSWERED ?

i-i THE OCALA BANNER. Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt {t

On the first day of January three of That was a genuine and pleasant A correspondent writes "I know

f.. RANI HABBIS, siitsr. the Urtft-bt grocery establishments in Sew Year's surprise the Jacksonville what the preachers say about it, but, Rheum, Tatter and Acne ;l

? V. teave>'aotd, Business ldaniger.F tbe state were consolidated and are Metropolis sprung on the people of singularly enough, I want an editor'
f B Joif t* that class of imfljuaaiatory and disfiguring skin ervitiots tint
now known as the !>lidated Grocery Florida in iu announcement of the opinion, 'Is pryt-r answered! ? "
cause rate genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all ati r know J'

+ Company." It has a capital: of reconciliation of Mr. John N. C. It all depend diie** 4. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system becaastcf

a a half million dollars: nil ptid up. Stockton: and ex- euamr WilkinsonCall. What:* prayer? And who otTrra poor digestion, tnactirc Kidneys aDd other organs of elimination. art-
take *p by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons and fluid
Senator C. B. one of the ? Aud *hat dos h" pray for?
Roger, prayer
f'f'J. the and of the skin
that OM out through glands! pores producing aa indescribable -

".( shrewdest and most observant business In this reconciliation these penile- There is an old hymu which>a>a: itching and burmig, and "Xo"aeh rfull7* hJ'7nr9.S.8. t

... men in Florida, is at the head of men set an example that others will 'Prayer is the soul's sincere desire the y shah, watary discharge forms as ear far Eeianta. I wu tr.nblel
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Uttered or unexpressed." into canto sod sores or little brown with it for a5 y r. md trial abaseand
this great concern. (Senator Rogershas do well to follow. rnudiu acta..but& tr
:I (iivfii the p-tiiiotier who asks for a wkita b that drop off,leaving 1U i a wibhottl..W... _
made a thorough study of the business Politics should: not be made a matt the skin tender and raw. The effect ly r u. .. Canpbaittut
proper answer to his payer, and who the skin 813 W. Central St., wuut
If of the poison may cause to ,Bas
situation in tbe state and will -r of personal eumity.
really desires: what lie arks for-lh.tman's crack aid bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may',

1t\ MOTTO: TilE BANNER, BELIEVING have branch establishments Tampa We believe that our servants in prayer is aUI\Hred.. consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red bumps upon i .

HOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO and Prusicola, but it U observed in public stations are honest and their the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin I.
HAS It is iu the very nature of things.It diSt ea, Washes and powders can only hide for a time the "
CARE OF THEMSELVES, the welfareare glaring
AKE general
its article of lacorpontion that it will efforts to promote
scientific fact. blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all accumu':
AKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES is based on poisonous -.
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, have no branch establishment in any clean and commendable and Darwin has: told us ant Sjucer has lations, antidotes the Uric i and other acids, and

L. AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FORt interior city, although: tbe distance where this is not true it is the exception restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulatesand
I THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE illustrated: the fact that thought-desire revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impurities
overland from IVnsacola to It'Yest and not the rule.
I BGTTOM.- = h the method of creation.All pass off through the natural channels and

; ; = =--_. -:: :- ---=-===--==-= covers a territory of more than seven Men are not supposed: to see things things come through desire. relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vege-J ble: blood

; It alleged that a number of thoseenergyproducing hundred miles, alike and often 1urlUellitfdent methods purifier. It contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful rninefal.
The deer runs: because it wants run.
I : Write us abou' your case and our physicians will advise without charge.
breakfast food are The business of this firm, we mean to reach the same end .
We haTe handsomely illustrated book skin diseases, which will
awl has thus evolved the puts necessary a : on beset
: cobs. in the sale of lU goods' will le done Even in the matter of religion the re free to all who wish iu
only ground corn for its running. The fish has flu THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. G..
------ almost entirely in the interior of the are many gates leading to the Celes
011 because it wants to swim. Tbe bird
It is claimed that the Standard tial ---
state. City.
i flips because it desires to tly. All ants
Companyhaaacontrolliuginterestinthe Here are located the great lumber, If factionalism! were buried in
mate nature is what it is because;; it
r fields
Texas oil turpentine, phosphate:: fruit and Florida it would be helpful to the
desires to be so. It couldn't. be diffr-r- L .-
'. The Florida Supreme court is going farming industries, but no branch democratic party and helpful to the -jp

.- to work in a manner that clearly establishment this great firm will growth of the state and we hope that ent.To t
<. give a concrete example of answered
indicates that it intends to clear that be Wat'-d mar them. the: example of Messrs. Stockton and Dyspeptics <, '

}: docket Ii this not a cognition of the fact L'allitill bare many imitators i : and prayer: 1M WO Ise O erwr day ty their amLIVER

., that it is impossible for a wholesale he: people of Florida will look on a An individual prays to be a useful, IIas. C.a* tsar see of eoeaspaAoe k.ore rl'r
of Leon the
The farmers
county citizen. If he sincere in his
establishment: to survive in the inte- scene of general band shukinz:; among helpful heo ae rhronie. Take

I i past year tried the experiment of rior of Florida? long warring factions and a renewalof prayer he desires wbat h" prays for. l EN'S PILLS ti

i planting sea island cotton with grat-I And through that desire, in time, he
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I It i U not -o in any other state in the friendships among long standing

,,i ifying success. union. enemies.Let becomes what he prays for. oTONIG PELLETS \\t 1 i ir

his. the oaff reaediu.lieb u Mt Ntto?*ud u act s&t la tar l+
In ibis
The truckers of the rich Manatee Georgia has her .Atlanta; Alabamaher : bygones b! bygones and all tense a ru'to an-sWrr own r
; i .ay. Powerful parV.t'e1 grip, t**' a.d aaaa eoe8naeddragtaken.
section are reaping a rich reward I Birmingham, and there are big pull together for the up building of pray t r. Firaa'a Reasedie. acs essay sal bears then
It U the Law of B Iug that you art )
from their fchipuienU of lettuce, the interior cities scattered all over Texas the state will be a good motto for ,Item uufe{> !k>&l ol drug Ter a is by as daalara rl
I transformed into the liken-l5d of that Your i.-wvv* will fainist tn tussle a w vill hi
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from S.50 to $4.50
j ruling prices bring f which have large manufacturing 1903.

; per crate.-Tampa Herald. and wholesale establishments, Dyke and Bloxham in 1865. which George you Eliot desire.wrote "SiLiS :arner"to \ Brown Atte. Co. / _

but it seems that no such good The reproduction by the Oca-! Banner -
From a compilation of the statis illustrate tbat law. f litw t'tN3t r
luck by any combination of circumstances a few weeks ago of its slate for
} tics of the crops and manufacturinginterests No power ou earth or in hell can prevent \ and Qreeneville. /
the discovery or establish- state otlii-es in 1S50-composed entirely Tenn.o .
Florida, Bradstreet says a wan from being ... good wan if
ment of any sort of industries and the of editors-recalls; the distinguishedname
that the state made very gratifying be desires to be. HU wish,his prayer
shrewdest business judgment, can do that beaded the ticket for governor -
progress during the jar 1902. will mold him. He may ktmw uo-
,. tbat much for Florida-no interior I that of the late C. E. Dyke, of
tbiur: about the law of imiUnou or
;- The Michigan Central railroad company city can be built in the interior of I Td.llhaa."e-e Fl'rhlran.nd the .
I rt-tl..x action. But his prayer will be
t has brought suit against the this state. I announcement suggests a story relat- POST OFFICE RUG NTOKE, OCALA, FLA.
answered just: tbe same.
state of Michigan for ;$:6)1I0UUO, ) ) for Her sea ports alone are to become ed to the writer by Governor Blox- J .
You say this eliminates Goal ?
revoking its charter. cities. Why b this? bam while visiting IMatka in Irf2.! "
No, it simply proven that God uses
Simply and solely because: its freight If lawyers seek inspiration at the HUBBARD & MACDUFF
Sam Ross! wrote a very clever man to answer" man' prayers.A .
rates will not permit anything else. shrine Marshall, tbe great> justice,
'. Christmas: address for the Frnsacola: prayer without soul in it, i.; prayer -
Thrso freight rate crush:: out any- and soldiers find Itapoiean's maxims
t Iewaearriets. Russ, when he tries, without sincere" dMT in it, a
thing like a wholesale business anywhere a guide to glory, so, in a local HARDWAREDOORS
'a a close rival of James Whitcomb prayer without landing in it, is i
in the interior of the state..
sense!: Florida editors recognize in
.rule '.Tampa Tribune. thsphemy.; -Hear*!'* New York
Gainesville, Ocala and other interior Capt. Dyke's career an epitome of SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULll 1 E.J: J LfiMENTS
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American.
,: Governor Jennings: says tbat be is cities have tried it, but they findit those graces tbat stand for healthy

too busy to make the race for the impossible for even the fittest and journalism. During this visit Gov- BARBED WIRE, CUT AND DEERE PLOWS,
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United States. senate, but says nothings strongest to survive.If ernor Bloxham called; at our ottice, '
CUTICURA SOAP WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. QKO VE CUL :
s about becoming the vice-presidential Ocala! expects to become a city and the conversation turned to Dyke <

r nominee. she must do something to commandthe and his long and illustrious career
f S OILS, VARNISHES ATTIVATORS, ALL KINi* 1
freight! situation. If she does not, in the newspaper field. Blox- -
Editor Tatum, of the Miami Metropolis 'j
i all her labors will have been in vain. ham emerged from the civil l
I claims that LANTIC XVIIITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOULS
on Christmas; : ,
The only thins that presents! itselfto war a ragged; confederate sol! The Wo/Id's Greatest 1
day, he and his familY caught 2
us: is: for Ocala to build a private dier. Dyke, who commanded a bat ALL KINDS OF COOKIXGS10YES' '
fish in 2 hours and 22 minutes, ThUis
railroad of her own to the St. Johns tery in that struggle, returned to Tallahassee Skin Soap.
2 strong, Erother Tatum.Tampa ,
river and form an alliance there with : to find the Floridian office GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITE

Tribune. I __ the Clyde Steamship Company. She confiscated the United States '
by authorities -
The Standard of Every Nationof IRON PIPES AND FIT.AND TINWARE CUTLERY J J.x
: The Tampa Tribune, South Flori- can then make satS"=factory rates,, ,

:.;-. da's leading morning newspaper, has eutf into competition with the seaport "Durin!; the summer vC 1SG5" remarked Earth. -
the TINGS, EVERYTHINGN IRON A STEEL ;
made splendid improvements lately, cities' and being near tbe great the governor, "I spent several J>

and Tampa and tbe counties surrounding lumber, phosphate, turpentine, fruit days at Capt. Dyke's home, ahort THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS, ROPES PULLEYS. ::'

r Hillsborough: have a rightto and farming industries, will be in a distance from Tallahassee. One afternoon Sale Greater ten the Aorl 's FAt

be proud of Stovall'a enterprise:: position to grow into a city with leaps we were l lying on the front cf! Other Sin Soaps, ING MATERIALS ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE r

R The Tribune is going into every nook anti bounds. verandadbcussingthe calamity that

,. and corner of South Florida, and it Tbe Ocala board of trade should had befallen the country, and tbe

should do so.- lotr<)l'olis. take up this: matter, give it serious dark future that lay before the rwopvof ; ? ,I Sold Wherever Civilization Has LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES i

consideration and di bcuit: with the south. Finally Dyke produ -M Penetrated.
Hubbard I Macduff Ocala Fla. 1
energy and determination a half doUr! towed it into space, and ,

hi The distance to the St. Johns river as it again reposed in his! band, saK. : .
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O i U les3 than thirty miles! "Bloxhatn, this is all the money I u6: Cuticura! Soap,:assisted by Cutk'ura Er 2,5'I.F ':SiSii-

We should not let these thirty miles have in the world." Ointment, for preserving, purifyingand r55WE i

To tale cold. It's so common to neglectthe stand in the way of our prosperity.Just "Well, replied the future governor, beautifying the skin, for cleansingthe EAT MEAT
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cold. That is one reason why there --'- sC'J.Jpof crusts scaks and dandruff;
a Little Puzzling. that is fifty cents more than I puSt' !:!-
are so many people with "deepseated,1'stubborn and the stopping of falling hair, for To grow strung. Unless we get

trouble.coughs" ,and so many more with The Metropolis, wishes the Florida ,. ." softening, whitening and soothing red, } y good meat we may as wt'lliet
"lung ;
The short, quick way to cure a cough editors: continued prosperity for 1003. Cl\pt.. Dyke subsequently regained rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, > it aloue. There is: no strength

is to use Dr. Pierce's They are certainly a talented lot of possession of his office, soared high in itchings and cnaflngs, in the form of
Golden Medical Dis }#... A baths for annoying irritations and inflammations p in tough meat-instead of giving
The quicker ,-: fellows. They have a duty devolving hill profession and retired on a com ..'ar' .
covery. : or too free or offenshe a + it takes strength to digest I

this quicker remedy the is cure.used But the J1j ; upon them that they fulfill and that petency. Bloxham's fame is knownto perspiration, in the form of washes fop it. It pays to be cartful in {.

d the curb the tru t!;. all, and the circumstance narrated 4
sanative + t buying meat-U sure to get I

disease fasten on :J The prices of commodities must come indicates what may tie wrought from suggest themselves; to women, espe-
z the lungs, "Golden| //6 the best-tender and choice.
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mother, as well as for all the
the depths of determinationto cially
Medical Discovery" ,;: down. woe by a
purposes, of the toilet, bath and nur- lID Pay a little more if need be and
may be rdied on to -.- rise again.-Palatka I Herald. I
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cure in ninetyeight ( rf put something iu your stomach
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Cuticnra combines delicate
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cases out of, If, f/lI" With Charier: B. Rogers: at the heal g
hundred. A Good Recommendation."I emollient properties derived from C'uti- :9vv. %, .: ]shish will put flesh on your :
every of the mercantile establishment the skin cure,with the I + ,.
biggest cura, great purest
The only motive| \ have noticed that the sale! onChainberlaiue's of and the ,: e+, bones and strong blood in your
ingredients
cleansing
for substitution is Florida well be 4f "
./ iu the state can A :I ;
v to permit the dealerto '\ \: Stomach & Liver Tab- most refreshing; of flower odours. No beart.EDWARDS .

nuke the little proud. Xo more sagacious businessman let is almost invariably to those who other medicated soap ever compounded
'VFt extra profit paid on the sale the continent could have been is to be compared: with it for preserving ry BROS.
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{ have used them Mr. J. and the skin
r of less meritorious medi- I once says H. ,purifying beautifying ,
cines. He gains. You lose. chosen V for the great work.-iletropo- Weber, a prominent druggist of Cascade : scalp, hair and hands. No other foreign .. Stall 2 stud 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.
Therefore no substitute or domestic toilet soap, howe"t'feXl't'nsi"e
for "Golden accept Medical Discovery." lis. Iowa. What better recommen- is to be compared: with it
for all the purposes of the toilet, bath
a I am feeling quite well*" writes Miss DorcasA. The Frank Harris gubernatorialjoke dation could any medicine have
and Thus it combines in
.Ifvi-i, of:Xo. nag 24th St,Washington D. C nursery. one
*My cousth i.ocry much better, and 1 owe it aUto is no longer alive. Stovall, however than for people to call for it when soap at one price the best skin and -

cannot Dr. say llerce's too much Golden iu praise Medical of the Discovery.medUMiie I proved, a regular "Joe Miller." again m need of such remedy? complexion soap and the best toilet and JAS.M.GRAHASI, Pr ident. GEO.HYDE, Vice Pres
and baby soap ever compounded. Sale
time
I bad been quite a buffvixr fur a long
after K-admg Doctor Flercc's Common Scnie -) Well, let's all pull Try them when you feel dull after eat greater than the world's product of all
Medical Advi....r thought I would trv hiss GoUlen
other skin Sold in
May Medical: ,l5.Di-COTery Had not,'been I commcnceU sleeping well'nVmi for;a it long in together and boom Stovall. He is! ing, when: you have a bad taste in of the civili/ed soap world.It every part The First National Bank

bm Took one tcaapovufut uf Pr. tierce's young, energetic, diplomatic! brainy your mouth, feel bilious, hive no appetite -
Golden Medical Discovery and !slept nearly all
eight without coughing so I continued Ukingit. An editor must: be elected governorof or when troubled by constipation i is a fact! Frank Clark i is: againin OF GAINESVILLE.
.S I am in great sympathy with everybody who and you are certain to be delighted -
suffers with it cough. I had been a sufferer bur Florida. Why not Stovall? the state and registers at bolt Is
more than ten year I tried lots of different with the prompt relief which they The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. s
medicines and different doctors but did not feel from Lake Glad back
Did the Cold do Damage City. you are ,
commenced II.tlord.-o'or sale by Anti-:Monopol
much better. until
I coughed I spitting . . . . . . ..
Mood but uuw I feel much stronger and A3 far as wecan 8sct'rtain'err little Drug; Store. m Frank. We expect to hear from you Capital . . .. . . .850,00000
;a am entirely well Dr. Pierce's Golden Medica!. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . ;?O,()()(' 00 .
Iitscoyeryuthe: hot medicine 1 have ever ukcu.My damage was done by the late freeze 90011. Don't exactly know what)'ou'U
home is in\\'Illiaubburg.'ugiui.l.: .* For Sale. I Does exclusively a banking bnaines, with facilities equal to any bank in the
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a la- Candler, Lake Weir, Lady Lake and One one-horse Studebaker wagon land on first, but something will turn stat ousts the awnnints of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations, *'

dies'laxatii": No other medicine equals of course all pUces further south report Apply J. II. Bell, Ocala, Fla. 12.19 up for you, sure.- fad ton Enter Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
i s them for gentleness and thorougtmeaa.i transacted: promptly.
i x very little if any damage done. w t-dt: prise. lO-tt H. E. TAYLOR, C>>shler.f .
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I One inch won't make )'ouvery till- I Editor L. J. Brumby is i! viiitiug j AN ELEGANT PAffJY.i ,! g.rrrr-rtr ..rrrrrrrrtr. ..rrrrrfrertrtRrrrrrtrrrsr
YOU'" got to keep on growing: Tampa in the interest of his new I TO ESTABLISH CLAIM rrrrrtrrts
One Mile ad. won't do it all- !
maitazine, The Fruit Grower and AN OLD FAVORITER ,t
,- You've got to keep them going. !
Trucker. Tile Tribune says! that Mr.Hruiitby i Miss Inglis and Miss Smith Complimented

)Irs. Julius I'rnrl, of Atlanta, hTi IS uue ..t the brinhtent; newspaper bj Miss Killer.In OF "KING" O'REEFEWidow A AAitAlil'tilita4A lA'titA :{il A itA.AAAAAAAA4.AAAAAAAAIAit AY

i't1l'1C Mr.". J. HUrl Strrubrrler.1lr. mm in Florida cud a pro I Door of her guest: Miss Louise JTX

noun : W. M. (toil: +, uf phosphite fame, Applies for Letters of FROM GREENLAND'S ICY MOUNTAINS :
| Smith, II( LouUville, Ky., who is the
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t ,. at the O ;ala Houuryr --
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was Kterdiy lIel'l' fir }tea. R L. Anderson Miss:
This nffire had a pleasant cull je j Administration.SOUTH a' By Reginald Heber
>+trnlay. i Mnn Hillcr entertained number of it
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.1 from Mecrs. J. L. Lritner and j ,.
Mr. P. T. 111'111 of Gainesville, was R 1{. Senders of Duurllon. Th I j her friends most delightfully Wednesday -
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numbered among the Moutezuma former gentlemen hay been reudim |I afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock. SEA ISLAND MONARCH. t. FROM Greenland's Icy Mountains." probably the most

arrivals yesterday. the liannereversmci-hecau :MI'Hiller received her guests in Y famous of missionary hymns, waa written by Bishop :f
remembrand I
C'Keefe Went to South Pacific Islands a ,
the music room and ws looking un- f ': Reginald Heber. an English prelate, who wrote also T
Mrs. D. A. Clark! awl Mint M..ryKemp the latter ever since heCaiue ,.- w than
the 'usually\ well in a white crepede chess Many Years Ago and Made a Large more fifty other well-known religious songs. ,
to Blair It will coutiuu- :
: were in Ocala yesterday<< and : Bishop Heber was born In England April :3:, 17S3. and
eown. Miss Inglis was in white silk Fortune-Bought Up Small King
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a dined at the Ocala House. to visit their homes.. j to: ;: 4 died in India April 2, 1S2L He was bishop of Calcutta :.
i and Mid Smith; in slick net.
The doms. t. India. In ISO he gained the Oxford: prize with his poem t
Ocala friends of Miss R ,
many
Mr R. I* Harper, formerly of this: II Affrrthe guests hid all assembled: /5! "Palestine." The best known of his other hymns Is :f
i Jessie Palmer, of Clearwater, formerly Savannah Ga., Jan. 8.-The first -
r city, I la i in Tampa organizing: a local! ;hey were required to make somesrtit1' t., I. j 1'- "Holy Holy Holy. Lord God Almighty." '
1 1Fedrratton of this:! city and who has hero are with which steps were taken toward establishing; ,. ,
of }l&dor. > crepe paper, keptfpm *
.- ----- ( \tu't fife (testa Kty,\)' \. ,t \\\,\\\1 i tiny lnrsnmetime. Some very )! tits etaima t't,.a 'i>a.aa ab Vlieete sto i .rA'
lfcGahagiu (tea tee the b\\\'h, to'' the kingdom rf "i'ap, JB the PariSc : : ]! Graenlajid's mcut1Can "
{ta Geetge 1 1turlJt1 1& 'when: ebe went haute ) MMttk thins aisle [ Icy we whose louts ai- ttgbtad.a ;
} borne, after a ;.}ea.i.Dt visit tot !''bl/t'nd Christmas with tier mother, \r\"tl} r '1 oceaa. Catharine yKfefe applied to I FRO W.fli With wisdom from on alga! S
them being picture frames, dolldouurIahYtsanldrraae. : ?m India coral: strand, Can we to men benighted' I
hr parents at Plant City. will regret to learn that .ihe will not I work the court of ordinary for temporaryand :. .. Arrie sunny fountains The lamp of life deny iI
:', big, I .
-- pnararzznt letters of admmvstra- Roll down their golden sand: Salvation oh salvation! .
All the carnival attraction will be return to Oc&la.." hnir, whist broom holder, 1'(1.1 lion on the estate of David O'Keefe, I a' From many; aa ancient river, The joyful sound prof-laid.

in full blast Unlay and will give exhibitions The trial-of Manuel---Chavez- for the !| VT*. Holder and Mrs. Hiller acted asj and temporary letters were granted. x 1 From many a palmy plain. Till each remotest nation t
I I They call ua to deliver Has learned Messiah's name. Ix
thU afternoon and night. I murder of Chus. J. Alltu in Tampa is i I Idrawing j!i''the j udtrs and awarded the first prize Tb.) applicant Is the widow of Mr.XKeafe. L Their land from error's chain. .Of

tn1f rl.J.! K. liters who made a ( who was known in life asKing Waft waft ye winds his
I story
In getting John M. CaUiwrll back to a do e. Mrs.:: Alleu! was tle\uti-I j What though the spicy breezes
] O'KMte of Yap. He went to And waters, roll.
ful picture franeaud the you ye N
.< Blow soft o'er Oylon's isle,
1n editorial harness is a real Christ I one of the last to go upon the stand 'Till like
I to Miss Emily Ford, who made a the South Sea Islands many years ago 1' Though every prospect pleases. a sea of glory :T
was present to Florida journalism Sbe says that her husband was a } tt ti and made a fortune. His life story I ..: And only man la vile; It spreads from pole to pole; :c
brute and that his killing by Chavez {j'was dainty sun Ixmnet.j k In vain with lavish kindness 'Till o'er our ransomed nature. W
reads tike
of the tales of the Arabian
OorMt bus signed papers to fight I I After this contest the guests were one t. The gifts of God are strown; The Lamb for sinners slain. I(
entirely unavoidable and justitl- j 1 Krijhta.: He bought up small The his Redeemer
San Francisco for a a' heathen in blindness King Creator,
with Jetlrejsin invited into the which
; dining room
able. Indications scent to point to | 1 kingdoms and principalities and ruled a Bows down to wood and stone. In bliss returns to reign. 4ftAAAd :
purse of f.'O.OOO next March or April. the acquittal of ChavezWe ( by the way i is a very beautiful one, 1 his possessions! like a veritable mon ,.' AA d
+l4ilitAAARAAiiAALAAAiiitil'4RA't11AAAr1AARAAAAAiIA
A 1!t'At
Mrs Moss Liddtll left Tuesday and is furnished in mahogany j j
have no criticism to make as to arch.King
morning for Delved, where he will wherein elegant luncheon inxmouu I OKefe regularly sect handsome -

attend Stetson University for the next I the advisability of a publication like courses was !served covers were laid I sums of money to his wife in

the Police Gazette fur when person for twenty four. Savannah, but never evinced a desire

few mouths.Mr. I subscribes for it they know exactly j The center piece was beautifully I III to return to this city. His name was The Sale

J. L. Smoak commanding the ''I what they are getting and i if they j II arranged with autumn leaves and red known all over the south Pacific Special

squad of weekly fox hunters, has don't like it can only blame them \\ geraniums on a oleos embroidered in An appllwitkm! will! t- Eaxte !in Hon?
,
notice that! there will be a selves, but when a local tries to Kong for letters rf administration! on
given paper ,
iri;. At each end of the table was a
"'urw ch'\ile" Saturday night. divide honors with it by imitating it, I silver ndlebra with white candles.! the estate !and a lawyer with one of
Ladies' Cut Shoes
that i is the membftfj of thu family to look after High
else bat
something ; please
The hand
)Ir. Arthur Clark returned: home place cards were printed in the e\)Ute ic the south Pacific.

yesterday afternoon from Waycro* excuse us.Little autumn leaves.Mis .

Ga., where he has had a position as Edward, the twenty monthsold Miller's party will be CHANGE IN DISPENSARY.

stenographer for the past few months son IfIr.. and Mr:". Otis T. Green berfd as one of the very rt'mt'ID'1, Goes On !

")II'1!. Lanier- -and-- -Miss-Lanier, who had a fall yesterdry morning which I atfsirs of the season. Her guestsMe I II Liquors Will Hereafter Ee Eought: by Merrily

e'lllle'f ry near ,.t\I\ing the loss of his WfOr : Commissioners c-f Athens.
ht.u'isit :Vr.! and MH. C. I
lav 1.l1t
lefte e. He Ml ?d esChare Edward Holde J. E. Athens, Ga., Jan 8.-The \law recently
E. Cullt-u for the p wt two weeks left > Oil a.teI', striking [
for their home at Tarboro his eye nu a sharp\ corner and making i S. R. Bird-ey, jr.. of Macon ;iJ pasod by the legislature relativeto
yecterday !Jan ugly cut. Dr. D. M. :Smith' \vxsimmediately J; J. B. liters, Mallory Uddon. F. L. the Athens dispensary has gone Into inii: ; AKI: out FHIDIV PKICK :
y. c. effect and several changes at that
I U'umotid and drecdthe I \\31"lIn ; Mis-ses Inglis, .S.mith Esther institution Any of our *:i..l > I.uu'" !IIho..., n
the have resulted therefrom.
The Ocala Mr.lUnuer and Mrs joins Upland Slant ninnyfriendsof little fe>il<>w'a wounds and he i is W*'.tbe-M, Hattie Dye, Emily Ford, Mayor J. F Riodrs:Chairman Thomas Any Mjle or Leather $ 70

the arrival of a I now U"iug uict-ly. Lent! Marie Bullock, 1*tIl.J"wett.1 P. Vincent of the county commis- Anj' of Our sri.OO LcuIioV ShOt'-o4

in congratulations on few I Margaret Einleton, Sue JUrco, Valeta I sioners are by vlrtse of their offices Iorolly' Dodd l'xcelth'dn $2 .40
Manatee
eon into their home at a j An Informal Part/ Potter. Sara and Violet Harris, Rosa ex-officlo members of the dispensary
.\ )' of Our S2.30 LadUV Shut..
-.da'sllgo.Mr. Tuesday night!; Mir, Esther Weathers Fox, <>f Atlanta, Louise" Gameby and com1li:> ion. The liquors will here after An)' Mjle or Leather $2 ..00TrJE
at the, :M'"tti Williams. be purchased by the commissioners
Chas K. OWr, a !guest: entertained at a mill party complimentary
.ttin --- _. __ instead of by the manager, aa heretofore
Ocala House, was g < up a purseywiertlay to Miss: Louie Inglis.!
for the Marion county hospital The ntl:,ir was inform and unusually '' Coming to Ocala. I Manager M. C. Johnson who 'Tiie. ."r t'(>* .\.h :niet' .3 <' per Day
has heW that position! since the organization I'utiioriual: fries iy Iteaehetl. .
!
and Micceedrd in cursng; avery I erjoyable. Various games were about two weeks a of the dispensary In 1S91.
nice sum. pM>e
Mr. S.:! P. Collier, jr oivinioti pas I table was pins pong; at tin second Jl'k Camp took option on three I L. King who has also been placedat

seuger agrtit of the Atlantic OmM: I crokiuole; at the third, old maid ; and \al i aide! pieces of property on Buck I the head of the soles department at W. J. CHPBERS SHOE CO.

Line railway lifsdijiiarier-t! at Tampa, I at the fi'tirth, author. I heoe g rnel, al.! .'"' ilnghts in this city, known as a salary of $900, an increase of $100.

t was In Ocala ytsleidiy and a guest at I were.. played until 10:30:: when dainty the nu'k1IIr.Ia.'t'1! Morton Hall! and I An assistant to Mr. King. at a salary

the Ocala House.Sanitary I refreshments were st-rvwl informally j a vacant lot adjtcent to the sme and I of $600 per annum will be selected

e --- in the dining rowan after whi) ,-h ''trol- I vwi-rlay in.4tructe their Attorney, I II Ilr. Thursday. I

Inspector Williamson has' I I ley car" was played until time for the, i; :\ Oiis T. Green to make out 'the I j During the year 1901 the sales at

just! C1mllMHI his round of the city .. the j the Athena dispensary amounted toJ3.000
I gups''s to l avThe fallowing were i: psp.-r for purchase of said prop- I.
and it to be in excellent sans { while for tOO year 1902 the
reports iE' .
Miss 1lrathrra'tueata fori '
: Sli-" s Ijoui+e j HEREFORD CATTLE DELAYED
tary condition and its health to h be I I i sales amounted to $113,000, an Increaseof
Ingiii Linda Smith Lena Bullock, Morton Hall was built by Cupt. L.I $20,000. The profits for 1901 werea

,_', exceptionally-good.--- 'I. Momi Hdlr, Meta Jewett Eo/ilr (f\(. Th't'r during OcaU's, palmy little over $15.000; for 1302 they

. The premier of Canada, Sir WilfredLaurirr Ford mid I San ILirris; and !Ie..hrs, days and cost something! over ten I were $22,968.7.::: This Increase in the
.1
and Lady Lturirr, have returned S. E. littler, C. I_ Anderson, G. H. thousand doll+rs. It is a ma,niti. j I business of tha dispensary is directly "aL;' ....:i"...

home after eluding ome :j McKeau E. J. Crook, S. Jewett C. cent residence and i h worth fully all j attributable to the great increase i in

1 time at Palm IVai-li the guests vMr. f Ill. Lloyd sort }. H. Taylor.A I it cos.. I'' population In the city of Athena during

I The B ickilew place i is splendidly the past year. According to conservative
.
and MM. H. M. Hauler.
; THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM EXPLAINS ITSELF
Brilliant Debut. situated on the highest elevation of | estimates the city of Athens : :

Mrs. K. 8, .\I'I't'rl'ou and Mis Mary j{ A recent i jlol ue of the WilkpH+rr* j the .-ity and like Mortoa Hall \\11..1 j jf has increased: In population during

Apperaon, of Mt. Sterling, Ky., ure 1 (Pa.) Times contains an acrouut uw'the built during the city's palmy days!; past year not lees than 2,000 people.ere

;_ on their WHY tH OodU to spend th tTilliant debut of1 ill.. May Anthony by Mr. John D. Huck lew, of James' | Under the new law governing Thomasville Ga. Jan. 8 1093.
r dl;p' nsery, which places It on a ,
winter. They will amp liver in Atlanta [ of that city. I. burg, N.; J. and wasmx-upied by him Ir j
thoroughly btisinpps! Banner
bais it Is believed ; Editor Ocala :
a flay or two and will probably j i I Mini Anthony's Rand parents, HonI r f.lr\ number of seers. and is a valuable that the profits for 1903 will reach I
teach here H lurtlii\'. j I I nnd Mrs. W. J. Tucker and her I of .
piwr property I
!par that Hereford
--- I I $30,000. The profits are divided between Explain in your paper Bulls andHsiffers
' During the at...ene of Hon. II. \V. !! sofa, )(r. and Mrs .\. II. Anthony, I The vacant piece of property is i well I Il.kOHted the city of Athens and the county -I
j
long, chairman of he board of county I wrre formerly rwidenu of this city.We and it ii the intention of the 'I''I'I of Clarkfl. four rths going to the: I from Texas are unavoidably delayed on thee

make the following\ extract t j Mts.r+. Camp to rct a haudso city and ose-Sfth to the county. Th I IcUy'S
Mlutui acting 1':1 chairman and in that capacity I
IiNI Anthony was gowned in a i Ocala may well congratulate her. and expAnded for general purposes
signed the warrant l issued by I handsome creation of cream colored I i self UHii| the acquisition of thef while that Ruing to the county is paid DR. P. PHILLIPS.
'( the Unird at its hat meeting. the \tTHE
OTU- to county board of education
material, covered with a network o I jrenahwunce Camps as citizrnThey are, per- I .
and used lately for Uw maintenance
Mr. Franz Weston, of Floral City, lace, while liar mother I i iI lisps without an exception the ruott
and Implement of
the schools:
t who has been In Ocala for \'erall I !:;: wore a gown of black and white silk. ( enterprising men in Florida. They I of the city of Athens outside

,day, has taken a position with Ford[ i J I Miss Anthony wore a large showert J JI are engaged in many industries in

W AHilleraud will eucce-d Mr. L.C. IMl t I :: bouquet <>f American Beauty roses many parts of the state. They are I MADDOX WILL BE IN THE RACE. V/EELITTLES AT THE SHOGUN TEMPLE.

4 J '. atone of the Early Bird mioes. The !j I tied with nile green ribbon, and made Urge phosphate J operators; they have I --

.. ".!! Ocala Banner will wake regular vWts i j I! a most charming appearance. I t'XtensiW mills; they have ex- I Ii Report that Judg Would Not Run 1 Is

,g to his new home. I i i "The reception WAS followed by a i iI tensive orange grove; thy are soon Again; Denied. The Temp f! s

I I: dance in the bull ro"tu. Here alcothe !'. to establish a large cattle ranch in I Rome, G*.. J S.-Up to the present of tlie lIr3 ; ; ,

I Mr. N. I. Gottlieb will move next L Ls I j decorator had evolved a prettycreation tooth Florida and are engaged in I there has b*( n very little talk ShogunHiHHo.

;7 Monday Into the rwidence on Port'Ring l of greenery, ground pine f brick making: and oiht-r enteiprises. about the political situation in the seventh .

"\11116 now occupied| by Mr.R. smilaxand l p-lmi." Their citizenship will mean much to congressional; district. But the !
S. I rumors about what Hon. W.
Hall Ennis
Cud Mr. Hall will move --- H.
t Ocala and in !behalf of our citizusthe '
into the residence Cmerthe! Dr Dancing S.hool. says In reference to Hon. Most? i
Ocala Banner extends to tht'lu"
Frederick place, uhioh ho recentlypurcha.st : Much to the delight of the \Vrizht being a candidate for congress
joung mewl cordial u'elro I i.t
i I lu In 191)hu
create much
>d and t<> which lie hiss made 'I p'?<'ple of Ocala, and of the older ones: talk.It .t
is said that Judge Maddox intimated
larg and haud.tomeadditions.Hun. too, Mr.( It. I.. Northeutt opened his I Soma Fine Potatoes. I II
i ] to a number of persons thee .ti
dancing el-: at the The finest lit of sweet !
r \V. J. Chamhersi, dint j! armory yesterday" I potatoes w 1 If the next house was Republican! he
having i
j afternoon. He expects to have usJ !! believe we ever saw was brought o i would not make the race This

hoard of Morton Hall to (',\1.! W. X. ICjj'I |J, large a cU- as u+lIal this: J ur. I i this office WednewUy by Mr. Buford J Ji while! he was !in a bad stat of health was i

.a Fort will move into hiJOlI\n.\liult! \ } OQ j I The armory on the afternoon of the j i; Leitner. Thee iwtatoea' were grown j but his health haa Improved since then i

thug avenue, now occupied hy..dancing Icssous i is always crowded t ]J[ on one vine average easily two' and it may be that he will conclude to
: Mr. X. I. ( >ttl t'lJ. H will make.
.h with visitors who and be a candidate again.
enjoy watching I )pounds apiece are thirteen in
.
Very extensive and Imud-uHiie tin- the children dance and who are 1101-1 number. They were pUnted lastMay Xot since! the civil war has Rome j

proveiueutH ou same, and when U i.eomplrttvl !is: j lowed to join in the dancing after on pine land. They 'show just ha, a rap-resentative In congress. All I t r O
I it u ill !be, one: of the hand-I} have been from the surrounding! coun ia 1YeefiL
j lesson is over. what Florida will do in the way of j a cin ro'asetor s
IIIWtollt IIOIMt' on lit amiu I j ( ties. The late Judge Augustus R
i The Ifssoti* occur (Ill Tuesday, root crops. Mr. Leitner is one of the i fapsnsse Jugglm i
-- I Wright father of Hon. close Wright, 'f honors but itstf
o J: Thursday and best farmers in the and hi
The editor Saturday afternoons. i county 3was
of this piper i i-* undtrjn the last congressman from Rome ikes his com'
n""-'- t t I' --- - farm is located in the Inner farm I j c pinion that there
/ obligations to Murdeii of Is this Sarcasm? ..--.a--" ;,
W lesl.nrg. a |M.pulur traveling tUlUI,1 Editor Frank Harris' strong poiuti4 neighborhood near Sprin Park. II j Mobile. Alx.: Jan. 8.-Alpfcou Oa-: :! isroCKtfor u 1 a

for a U of ert. a white boy.\vho nag b( ...- ....
x rm rant 2-J-ceut: Ua\"ImajgJlr. writing turmoils in order to instructI Daughters: of Confederacy. i ( n i .au0 i il

Mn Munlen nui-n occupier i!i. thfei-1-rgy; in their work. If Editor, I.I The Daughters! of the Confederacy ii l from illS home lur nearly a. w..".., aaJ .j i
thetrinnl and I 'for whom sean-thng pa:'ties \bivv loted. .. '! I
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ut'\.r kigft-i the rdi- tovall should\ succeed in his effort will be entertained Friday afternoon '
tonal wt8 found dead today in a ilold
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fraternity. lUHi-U-s this tt> ';"cure Editor Harris' uominationfr their
l'll'lI'l| R t regular monthly t i
did meeting >yMrs. ;, several miles from Mobile. T_. .JV I
gift Mr. Murden ii v
sending 1 the governors-hip what sermonsrjWHKkuuM U. s. Svott. The election ot \, had been shot Suspicion post.. to a :|I ;
.
i Pick t ge of the uat delicious c"tl I i: I have in hU rues..a olUcers will taKe place aud a full attendance :, negro bey with whom Obert was lat
el-J
mauutactured.i 1'ensacola'' News. is drained: I seen as the party who shot him. I l FIND TIlE JAPANESE JUGULLK. i ]

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THIS ()AL.-\ BANNKU. JANUARY 9, 1 )03

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THE NEW CAPITOL BUILDING AT TALLAHASSEE. Cards i are out auuouneinq the marriage
< of Miss Emily PMtfer. of thi
city to Mr. Eueos McFathuilf( A HEAVY REWARD !


.. .....- .' ....'..::_.-J21,;;,. I4rtl' Denver Colorado! wbif'hill hve ,
:" .' : .' rI9.ceVpclDPlday evpuinjr, January ,
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., .. .,' ..., .......; ;-' ._ ,, 14, at 9 o'clock at th. re-i-teuce < fMr In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by Un
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.,. .' '. ,' : _=" .;.'::..'..:-l;''\.'.:..".'.;'.M:' '. and Mrs. F.,(i. H. Weilir unHuck..l..w person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
.
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Hd htoJ
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r : .; ;; ;," therein.
.-:5- .' Miss Pfeiilcrhti m>.de her home m count before investing his money

.; this city fur a number of years run DO NOT WAIT until you and your money are
her btt'rIrol.: \Veihi, and his iiauy
parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us"Xo ,
friends here utm extend to her their '

1 beat wi-ht:i and c"n:.:ratuUte the use of locking the stable after the horse i igone. is

prospective groom upon tits cho l'-. look after
.iI We will also be pleased to your
The young couple will make u i-nr
home in Druver. where ihigro,>iu i- taxes for you.

y a prosperous bu-uir* man.ft WRITE US. -

ft ft.** # a3rww.MC
rl: : & V::WM
I by local applications, a-s they cannot Marion County Abstract Company
reach the dis.a-wl portions of the ear.

There is only one way tc cure deafness

and that is by constitutional > OCAlA, FLORIDA.

I remedieb. Deafness is caused' t by an
I
I inflamed condition of the uiu<'out lining I V 'V

Vsr IN1, of the Eustachian Tu >e. tY hen I i 1i1i11tiilitt
I tr' s '" this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling ';" "tttiirilt" r ""t"1"r"'I'" " '' "rr "nrr"rrilrrjM "
i _?
S L' g S; SS sound or imperfect hearing, UIM! I
I when it is entirely closed, Deafuew i-j ,\FS. L T. TOHPKINS'

,w.. x s! r 1 1.h. I the reoulte and unless the uitluimua-1 I
tion can be taken out anJ this tube restored ,
tu its normal condition, hearing i i FAHOUS MILLINERY !
will be destroyed fore\'t'rj; nine j -- -
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh -- -
It. i ---
.h. A Lobbyists' Description. which H nothing but an inflamed condition Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If you are hard ii,

of the mucous urface dear, so inerther; style willlIl'il' you and convince. you thaty ;;
We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor
III in the of the two :::: ( u are not hard to please, only have uot found before the frtyl :::
used for
Talking the new capitol, I of legislation be committee arranged rear any case of Deafness (paused by
It catarrh) that cannot be cured by E aid quality| you d.) sired. You will find the fined style and as- :=
I am not one of those captious J I rooms and such other halls; and such a contrivance Hall's Catarrh Cure Send for circulars ::: b'trtuieut in the city, and most complete. Her novelties and ::::

I critics who see nothing to adjmire purposes as may from time to would, at least have enabled ; free.F...J. :-::-: Paris patterns will readily explain why this is the most fashionable -:::: .
CUESEY
I Co. Toledo! O.
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time themselves. A the the attaches and Sold =_=_ place to buy your winter head wear. Mrs. Tompkin efforts: =__=
in the manner in which the I suggest speaker, i by Drusgiats, 7oc. _
( Hall's Family Pills are the best. == have: succeeded in establishing a business whore. foundation is: ==
plans so carefully prepared by mistake has probably been madein and the newspaper people to -- hn___ :::: founded upon a rnt-k. Her principle of tide i.-* one that will :::

Architect Milburn have been not providing a gallery in 'reach their appointed places in Mr. Hum H the peeruf auy lecturer :-:: yield a benefit tit I'vt'r'uuI: want to know you are aril -::
pleading an audience that han
[t executed under the careful supervision both the senate chamber and without the painful necessity of visited Ocala. We will nor undertaketo ever -:-: dressed; quality and style give that satisfaction.! You can buy' ....
I r your millinery from :Mrs. Tompkins know you are in line :::=
I the commission hall for the use fighting their in at the tell what he said, nor how he -aid 1 .
of representative way I wall the best A perfect satisfaction and a delight! to content
I it, both the what and how made them i pUt-! You will worth! awl :::
the
net hJ.OUt'I
I your style
of the which front doors. this oversightmay _
for this
made and appointed 1 general public, aBut smile, laugh and howl and cry for j! -- thrown 1tI. __
I
occasion.only. The commission, I will henceforth, as of old, take i i easily be remedied at some more. It is s"fe to sty that au Octla I _- Corner-'ut.V.";U >:'iiMr t 'In'l' Ft .\\, nut ('PI"] -It" :.:<'
as may be remembered, was up its proud position on the j 1 i: future time.. The space between audience was never more delightfully I Ji'41.' ..11lllllbllllll111llll.,." ,. & ,,.!'! ,ls.,JlilII111lIIiIliIlllhlllllllllll'. ." '." .'. ." ." !' ." :
entertained than was the large anti :

composed of the Hon 11':1. benches, "back of the railing," :j j the two halls of legislation, pop- appreciative crowd that heard :\1 r. : ----.,::<-"-..,, L -.. -':-:-:-, ---' ."..-7..... .... -.:-.:>--cI :.-,,-., -'-' .- -

i Blount, of Tensacola; Herbert where, separated from the lobby ularly (or should we say unpop- Ham lat night. Wit, humor, pathos" ''II

Drane, of Lakeland and Tampa: and the lazy lords thereof by larly) known as the "lobby," is, eloquence in admirable and goal proportions.sense, were combined I!I I THE NEW DRUG STORE

: and the lIon. C. M. Brown, senator only one door, it will squirt tobacco I am glad to say, of generous Ii i
Mrs. Godfrey MoytH, a ehirtuiui:: D. H. BROWN, J[. D., Proprietor,
: -elect from Marion county, juice and absorb legislative dimensions, arid will, let us I lady of Oeala, who has been iu ttu- I' i W

and known to fame chiefly as I. eloquence after the manner hope, be amply provided with city for the pst few: days vi"inu:,: re!. !i I

i the man who built the Ocala of our kind. easy chairs and padded benches I atives, the family ofkGeo.. W. Movers, 'I Ii I* now open and ready to serve the public with Pure Frt>h
I i returned to her home: in the Brick Drugs at the corner of South Magnolia street and ft. Kin";
3Iouse. Another mistake has: certainlybeen for such familiar figures as City I We have
I 'estPrll.Gaine..villc ruu, ; avenuu a pretty line of 1I0LID.GOUD m

1 Compared to the old building, I made in the omission of a I Spottswood, who is, by the way, Mrs. W. H. Ellis, wife of Hoo. W. 'i stationery. Toilet Articles. Perfumery. Toys, Etc., which

.t' the new structure is all right. j I private stairway and entrance getting corpulent and gray as H. Ellis, of Quiul'Y, died at her f"th'l|I we invite shoppers to inspect before making"their purchases

to both hou Something of er's at Atapulps, (,a., on the day after ;i
chamber
r. The senate occupies -es. the years roll by on hurrying
: I ChristtUvi-j She :
> was a WOIIHU of lovely <
r- one of the new wings; the low- : this sort, on the spiral, bird-cage i wings.Lobbyist in Pensacola I character, fiue accomplishment, CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIALTY

I J IS er. house the other. The old hallsT order, could easily have been I Journal. I I and sweet Christian graces.! 11=',.,......='. "F =....r tj""" J',1. .. .1Ii ".:..."" ", ,,,, ,,,=.c.l'u..,,,,,,==r.:=,,
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; .f Board of Public Instruction. I :November, IMi ton road Was amicably adjusted, after I '- -

G. S. iu and for I before the board for three
4 The hoard of public instruction in Mr. Scott, residing being
I school district No. 1 ; Mr. 11 R. P.Iitch i mouths. i
r aud for Marion county, Fla., met 'I FACTS ARE NOT FUTILEi I
residing in and for school districto.. Uncle Jack White, the pioneer of
1903 iu
this the fifth day of January, W
I t regular se<1 ' and B. t. and for school di-triot No. 3, met his ferry host was in a dilapidated E'peciallJ had to the
IHitch
I [ --Chairman ; 11. R. :1 ( they saeiny of dollar* inpocket. /oltr
: Mull.I on January 6, ISH'2! ': in the otlW of the condition and DO longer safe. Com

I .' Minutes of the last meeting wereread county superintendent of public instruction tuuviouers Fort and Lucius were ap- See ichat I have to offer and be filly c uilt'utccl.
' and approved. and each for himself:: having omtfd to contract for the building I you ,

t i: &\'t'ralletters of complaints) agut'-tteachers' I presented hi. commission duly .oft new flat for that fury I

:i were read and the ..ut>erin. signed by t the !governor of I the state of Mr. Long' address on the subjectof -
k Florida member of fiiil hoard! of road building was tndoNed and the
I tendent instructed to refer the complaints as a
public it 'ruction for the t..rOof twoycxrs idea and suggestions:: commended to
" ; to trustees and supervisors and from the tirat'I'ur.day after the our law makers, state and national. I have at the old Alliance Store in:Ocala the most complete and up-to-date line of
; ascertain certain teachers are neglecting -
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their duties as so stated in the first Monday in January, 1903, proceeded Tin clerk submitted a financial "
i I i r r complaint. to complete the organization statement showing that tie county Dry Goods and Groceries .
wa-t in debt JIUlN-S.CS: on following
I. The suitcrinteu lent reported having of said bOlftl.in compliance with law.
1 received the resignation of Fannie: On motion of \fr. P. R. Witch, ;\lr.G. funds: Road :ob) ?1 ; ('ounty proper
r McCully, h ueher lit Ft. Kings. Mist :S. Scott wa elected chairman.The Sy9oU4fiue; ; and forfeiture 51108.33. which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties, at the

,I Mettle Hendricks, teacher litulul board thus organize then rived: The outstanding debt of the county a most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the day is
I t. and Mrs. M. .\. Rot, teacher Weir : the first :\1011.11of t"u'h month as year ago was $_J3li.3S.
I Park all having resigned!; to accept ;i, the day for holding its regular meet- )[r. Long, state fair commissioner, here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you
submitted an itemized statement of }
better and more lasting positions. I II in ss. this value. An
recieving daily a line of staple and Fancy Groceries that will
i The: buperiuteudetit was instructed : The superintendent's salary wa expenses which was approved and a ..

I : to till the vu Mucies: as soon as pomi- then tix.. lat $75; per month. The vote of thanks tendered Mr. Long for supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATIONS, SHOES, .
further author. his faithful services to the county at
LIe superintendent wi the state fair. HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The prices shall be
i Mr. Josiah'arn, principal of the u"nj toewplov help when ue
Ocala High cch*,ol appeared before the from time to time to the amount of Mr. Long'i report on poor farm made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See us. 4tJ
1 the board and anked for another ?100( per yei r. bhowed that this institution under tl -

teacher as the school has grown too !1 There l eing no further business'" the management of Mr. C. C. Priest, win -" f o

i Urge to be well nccoiuuiudated,)' the: ''gnarl ailjmiruod to meet the first good shape and expenses somewhat -

i present teaching toree.ter con- 'I Monday in February. 1903.! ) decreased.IF I.

4 fcidrrini the request it was declared I 1 I I W. D. tars, UNWELL. :

that th+ board could give i no further Secretary
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I Try a lOc bottle of Heroine, 'notice :
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help the present term a* the financial
.| Job Couldn't Have S'.aod it the improvement speedily effected in
conditions will not %\arrut it. Reports -
anti warrants amounting to i!' lfhe'dtaditehhgpiksThey're! terribly !I your Appetite, Euegy, Strength, and
vigor. Watch how it brightens the
x $300 were approved stud ul'I'"retl' paid. | annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica the spirits, gives freedom from'Iudig-

The trea uIH' reportas approvedas !1 Salve will cure the worst ease of piles estiou: and Debility!
follow: 1 on earth. It has", cured thousands.
I Ivitc-Rtor, Ava, Mo.,1'Sept.: 10th,,
r Balance from Lust report, H-37; For injuries, pains or bodily eruptions 1900. "I way In bad health, I bat

received from comptroler, tax hales, it'a the test salve in the world. Price stouiseJ'e trouble for 12 months, al.M I :

" il't' >.54: ; received from bondmen of F. pie a box. Cure guaranteed by the dumb chills. Dr. S.V.. Mory prese ,

I D. Pouser, t+l-:i; received from K.; P. 1! Antt-Moiiftivly I Drug Store. 6 ribed t llerbiuo it cured meidn twi,
Thagard, county levy: of 19\1 G, 4M.1M: ;
I weeks. I cannot recommend. U I
; recei\ed fiom E. I1. Tbasurd, j >lls of > County Commissioners ; ) .;
highly, it will do all you claim for it".. ,'
3 190'$55() ; received from E. P. Thagstrd! 1 The board met iu regular session, Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store "
extra on real estate, ;)\IIW; received I|I members pieeut.j 41

from E. 1'. Thagtrd, levy of 1SW1,51.20; j Peter Loos appeared with a petition -- -- -- -- -- ,1'I

total reeeiptst7.7ti; diibursed during for the tK-ard not to allow the curators HEREFORD CATTLE. .

December, lv 9.09; balance in I of nil convict farm to close up the 'itIi

treasury, J1S.67.Treasurer's !l Fort load contemplated
<< King as was
>trt for the fl't'cial There will be in Ocala on Januarj9th Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
rr1 i Mr. clot, the manager, i.fftred to a carload of Jjaj r.ec:3
.: districts were approved as follow: put up gates, the matter was finally asi Heifers:: which it will pay all farm different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very best to be had
KcccipU DUhuracd Balince i referred to Commiviioners Edwardsand ;
i f Ocala 15108. fee T .Sb era interested in first claw &tocl; for the We make of fine
:. Mclntoah 00 Fort for adjustment.Mr. money anywhere. a specialty pure Coffees and Teas,
379D 3I'S0nelleci to see. The breed i is guaranteed, andif
, tantvilleDuuucllou w 29.52 111 oo 00 Jb S,41 SZ I J. F. Pedrick of the extreme you want reliable stock be sure tc and anything sold] by,us.may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low ":
2701 *5 a61Keddtck I western part of the couutyas on this .
!t 1'mcl.evtll 1991S.IS'l.99 oo 00 1M'I 7.99 J baud with a petition for an airline see bhipmeut.Remember the dateJanuary prices reliable goods and prompt service attract trade and we hold it. Try us. .

MaY\1l1e 00 5.185M5 I roved from Romeo to Cotton Plant,
w'etradale 61.45 w j
Otra 6.5 00 65i I, which was laid over until next meet 9th, 1903.
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i Totals $J53905.00 5io&90I ing. These cattle will be in charge o:f
I I -,. .. The term of the present, :! board: having The flu for ferry at Heather Island; Mr. G. E. Waters, Marion: Tex I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters when you
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.1 expired aud there teiug no further wail turned over to Mr J. J. Fort to
come to Ocala. We are always glad to see and shake hand. Ask
for
you
i''I business the U.arJ adjourn I look I after at a salary ot J2 per mouth, Notice. your tJJ.t

, sine die. \\'. D. CAKSecretary.\, this is a fall ferry ibut every oue dc Protect your orange tree and ten

siriug to S. R. Pyles Old Alliance
Store.
The members of the board of hub, man. tents being closed out at less that .T.

he instruction of Marion county,, The long contention over a proposed cott. W. M, BROWS, '

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none and little or ,.no diplomatic eatablialrnent. George D. Prentice on Life Immortal If you want to give a friend or relative

'" No True American .' Its next pronounced Men seldom think of the shadow something that will be really appreciatedas

' satisfied with the utterance on the subject of the tariff that falls across their path hiding well as useful and lasting, consider the

is ever except wtwinitu platform adopted at Cin- forever from their eyes the traces of

, best. The oldest' is not always cinuati inl8.)6, wherein it said : ftc their loved ones, whose smiles were is no itronger tt3o its following suggestions:

the best, and is seldom the- time has come for the people of the the sunlight of their existence. Death : : % A ferih1e

strongest. In I this case however United 8
the best is the oldest and favor of free seas and proire8.,;ive frre the cold thought of tue tomb is the Ii i

':' strongest. Let figures speak: I trade throughout the world.' Theseare bkfli-ton of all feasts. We do not i I A HANDSOME BUGGY.

The Autuof The Mitual I Jfe Insurance Company the only pronounce official declaration want to go through the dark valleyalthough

0cw YkO72IflZedI843t1CIed those of any ether is, of course, about asd efiuiteas : its passage may I Ie ILLS iniurancc cumpaoy >a cxUicncc. They arc over STYLISH BURRY or CARRIAGE
the urance that any given objectis ; and, with Charles Lamb

$ 'as Inog as a string.' I observe that we tio WIt want Iii lie down in the is just as dangerous as a
352.OOOOOO chain with a crai seo link.
both\ Cleveland and Hill uow demand muddy grave even with king-: \iidpritleeM ATTRACTIVE HARNESS.

:;. I It hal paid Policy-holder orer tritfreform.rrhat may mean much n. our bed frllnv\s.! Hut the I

$569,000,000which or it may mean nothing. It nifty fii l of luittirr i-j ioeN'/rat'le! 'l'lttr.- ill I' A GOD, HORSE BLANKET.A .

< mean an increase! of the tariil', a reduction ; no apptnl or relief from the great Uw

-i.:- ; is more than any other life insurance company of the tariil or absolute! free which 4115)1114 us to tllI..t.Vt" llounhat BEAUTIFUL PLUSH ROBE.A
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iethcor1Jhdt.un.eJ.
..:;- trade. It is very indefinite. Hut it '.i fade as the leaves i>f the forest .

,'.:?: A policy in The Old :Mutual may catch votes. Who i-au ay ? It anti the" ll.vwtTs that bloom and wither .
:
i. gives a man or a woman that scents to me to be a platform that anybody in a day have not a frailer; fit id ., : .. ... i FINE WHIP. S

1 jrwtf /! assurance which can- ctn stand 011 ; and since platforms i tlit.fl life than the miuh' .'''>It n.nn- I ,

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: tt not be enjoyed under private are made to get in on, it may: be i arch t lit t ever shook the earth with i iI ii

.Kr- investments. as: good or better than a more posiiivedeclaration. I his fito'meps. Onerations of met I Iapl't'"r
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.; W.-jtC to-day f,r "Where Shall I Ia ur"TILE ." and vanish an the grau-. aid .-. !
"Did' the democratic i arty succeed the eountlesa multitude: that throims! I There are so many of these, and such a

r."::.! : :MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ou its free trade phlform In 1S3G"( ? !i the w 'rM today will dta-p('ear as the NOTICE i ij j god assortment, that we cannot fail to
NEW YORK -- I
." '. COMPANY OF "It certainly did," replied Mr.Fildei. I I footstep ou the shore. suit you if you will come to see us; you

J..; KICHMID A. McCiRDY President. "and hence one reason probably In t' beautiful dr-viua of thou the In tile Circuit C jurt ul tie! l-Y.th JuJioial Circuit i will be surprised to know how little the

LIVINGSTON IR Agent Ocata Fia I ot Honda! in and tor Marion, county, in
r II. the is
J. why republican party ius-tinctH of immorality eloquently I cost will be.
the state of Florida Chancery.
"ILCOX. Ajjeut lur
: CECIL afraid of a positive dec'ur-Uion' in that: the death thvotr1ireek
Fla. Uli.'rt'IIlty I
j4cVonvtle Charles C. -'!""" *' :"t'.plainaut, vs. lamina
S rl' ptoet.-Hlln. Vila J... Fildw in i find a resjHiiis'* iu every thoughtfulsoul. Long and Stonewall Long defendants.

Jacksonville Evening Metropolis.Who I When about !"> give her TIT Is ORDERED THA f EMMA LONG AND : And you want -horse too, we have them,
; MB. FILDES DISCUSSES POLITICS. II .1. Stonewall Long defendants herein named I
I all kinds. .
young: existence a sacrifice to fate his be and they are hereby requited to appear to I .
; Are the Eight Thousand? I the bill of complaint in said cause on Monday,
asks if shall
Moved Clemauthe: they
the 2d day of February A. D. 1903
The second edition of"VLIO'ij Who I !
t All Sorts of a Gubernatorial Contest II I us. "t again to which he replied: "I It is ordered that a copy of this order be published -
Will the Democratic Party in America," (from the paged! of A.N I once a week for eight consecutive weeksin
have asked that dreadful question of the Ocala Banner Done this the 2*th Jay of
Declare for Free Trade? Marquis it C'II Chicago), written I November, A. D. 1902. a. T. SISTRCNK. j' S. A. Standley & Co.
of
the bills thxt l look eternal, streaniH ALLRED&DA.VIS, Clerk Circuit Court.Complainant's .
by W. W.-imith. A. M., Ltd. 1)., contains
few thing that one Solicitor u zn.
!
'there are a that low forever of the stars among
: l,30i; paes; of brief biographies. I
do for anoth >r. Notably
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man cannot I wb without eulogy, criticism! or c'o'iimeut !
every m 'n must fur him"PI'Y\ nature's I i has walked; in :glory, all were dumb! MASTER'S SALE.
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of sub now living in Ameria -
'. final debt. There can be no persona I! but, wh'le I gaze upon thy fa"*, I feel 1
I
as have become noted as factors iu I FERN lUll Rye !
substitute! there. He: cannot even : that there i j.* fom.-thiuj{ in that Itice l >JOTItE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US1X I
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eNeBidlVr the progress and a.-hievementot the I 1 der and by virtueot a final decree of forecloaure -
and let sitnebody
colic that
have!, the that mantle! through its biauty and na'le made and entered bY the Honorable I
'he pain. Nor (11Q man eck U ge. "Kudetvor! been made, :i CM mint ;ierishi. We shall meet again, William v Bullock.. judge of the Fifth I
die editors, "to include all Amen-I judicial circuit of the state of Florida in and for
say ROSENTHALL & SONS Distillers
and h-t 1
olll.'eina primary election i !! Clemanitie." the county of Mtnon. in chancery sitting on the I' Cincinnati, 0'This
somebody else do 1 the running for him cans of more than loci: note in all I -- -. 19b day of November, A.. D., 1902 in a certain '

iucs of u-eful etlon.; Xo name is I Rev. Carlisle! B. Martin L. L. 0.Waverly cause therein pendIng. wherein UAXIRLG.' .
He must do the running for himself.There AMBLER, ii complainant and JAMES A.
userled 1 or ouiittcit for financial couideratiou Teva, wnus: "Of a MARVIN and others defendants I will offer
cin bo no proxy there. Therefore. I lor -..1",. and sell to the highest bidder for cash
it i is almost idle to di.scuss men ; the book is sold on its morning: when first riling, I often at public outcry Before the court house door of is the Wiskey you hear people talking about
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.aid Marion county, in the city ol Ocala therein. "
lltTlts.With. of when "That Good It has
for oftk'e who do not tirst s.hy their I find a troublesome collection on the they say Whiskey.

castor into the ring. Hut it may be, a view to determining what I phlegm, which produces a cough and first Monday ttJan..i. A. D., 1903 held its place at the head of the columnof

tlVct eilucaiinu of the various grades is hard to disloge; but a small the same being the 5th day of said month and a
as a MTI of preliminary skirmish, I very legal sales day. within the legal hours of sale High Grade Goods for many yearson
his had nil bucce: ::: in life, effort was quantity Rillards llorehouud Syrup the property described in said final decree as ,
friends of
that tit'!!e a poihltclinlli what?
date will first feel the public pulse made to escertaiu the school training I will ut onge disloge) it, and the trouble follows A certain: lot parcel or piece of land. lying

of each of these men and women "o( ii over. I know of no medicine that being and situate in the county of Marion
before the political gladiator will himself i stale of Florida. being the southern part ot the IT'S MERIT !
81 rip to the waist. I see by the mort' I hall Kval u ue" au,17NJ2 on j is t'qu"l! to it, aud it i is M> veryilta'ttut southeast quarter lu e.l i) of. section thirty (30).
township thirteen ((13)) !Outh. range: twenty-two
heir Uuitwl StiUM Tut uvr! lhueducationally => I mnlial-
l : tu take. ctu moat and described
newspapers that the mesMiremrnts IOZ\} cast more: particularly as
( clas..ltied.Accordiui colutbencingat the southeast corner of said
and weights ,>f Frank HarrN, Frank | ly recommend it to all (peronu' lIeedI -*..:l.Ion [30)), thence north fifteen [lid] chains;
Adam. Hob Davis, Editor Stovall ; to the best estimate wean tug medicine for throat or lung troa- thence west forty [(40)] chains, to the west boundary STRAUSS & CO.
,
line of said southeast quarter of section ,
ui.-ike from the latest census: re-i ,' : Price 25 5U
r hies. ,
and Jell'Browne are beinc; taken for :..1. ,y [30]; thence south along the said west
turns there arin the U. tf. 4)iStJ7. : 1 Tl.e Aiti-Mi>ni>foly DrugS.or". m bo'i,idarv line of said southeast quarter to the
the gubernatorial contest. They are j s u'hwest corner of said southeast quarter; Distributors.
Frank Adauis and >ersous over 21 years old. These are I -- thcrce easterly along said south boundary line i
all first rate men.
divided educationally about m ( It is slid that Mr. Ilo< kefrller. would to tile place commencement containing sixty I
Jetf Browne are young enough to wait, oJ-I |[ooj acres. more or less. December i. igoi.GKORGE .
lows: giv a large part of his wealth if lit M rOWBU.. Dcala Florida.
If they want to, but Harris, Davis and Class I. Without school training......4 o 2.4yS could sit down and. call for fried collards W. M. BOSTWICK. JR. Special Master.Complainant's .
Stovftll had letter not coquet with Class 2. \\'ith only common school I Solicitor. 125
training..._ ....._.......? 802,951 for supper., ---
time too long. With all these gentlemen Class 3. \\tIll common and high ,
school training ..........._. 2.I"J.3 7 I The above sale is postponed until the !first
in the race, there will be an Class: 4. \\ith college or higher ; Monday in February, A. D_ 1903.Geo. .

iottres'ing! campaign. Stnvall! U earnest education added.....__.........1.071.201 : .Special M. Tun Master LLL. McMillan Bros

eloquent and active, while liar- Now the question bl how u>auy Of I I '

riM is i thoughtful and )lo'iil.: Both the eight lhouaud diatiu uishe't citizens :

bll\ Influential repi|>erH to !back : of the United Jkatea on the Who's I Remember NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

th.-m, while lUrris has! the ad,":iut- Who list caiiid Horn ench of thc I Illas.I' _. Southern Copper \Vorks.

I I alt': (0', |*rhftpt, l I""hllt as well knnauS ( !!. i I ..= :_":": ": -=-: -= NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
The 4ot>.t.4 jS of class t furnished...._......_..31 i vittie ol a deoree of foreclosure
any man in the state. Both' Jell'Browne lurnishcd....._..__soS a.iii ><>le made and enierea by the circuit couit
Thc32.tOot ot class 2 .._ : CAN sell you the for the 4th judicial circuit Florida m and for Manufacturers of Stills
and 'r"lIk Adams are redo- The, 2.ao5.357 ol cla-j.3 furuuued 1,145 :1 the Turpentine
The IOIA I ol k.l lent with cordiality and l hut h would' 2jit nay ol December. 1902. in a crrum cause
article
; smallest or a wherein the Pennst'Ivanu
It thus appears: 1 thereiu jxrndug
enter the race with the laurel of vie Company for Insurances on Live and Granting and General Metal Workers.Old
1. Thai au uuetluc teil child has: carload of anything Annuuita. is complainant and the Jackson\ite, .
bryu: the Nt primary encircling per- Tampa & Key Wect Railway Company. Alice
one chance iu 15(1,000 of attaining dis- I Williams L. B. \Villnm,. Robert H. ,olemau.ATChibald .
their brown. It-Ih Davis inu-t eIhitvwith I
tuclur tile of I taming to Hardware, Iron Rogers H.T. Kendall as assignee of
t... _pae the .ilUtiniMii--bii! !: eharacteriatlos lllicllon aaa iu progress I Robert H. Col mau. the Chatham National Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

:: of having fed to fullness at (tie I&t". ,1: Pipe Nails, Powder, Dynamite Bank Frank K'lward W. rope 11 and McDonald the Mississippi! Harriet Valley Walker Realty through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
eduiutiou
::. Tnat a common .siiool offer saieand
the public crib. This will! hiketymark Company are defendants I will for wire will receive attention at either of the
bidder for cash at public prompt
will iiicreuae itt.. ctiuuced uearly four I j Lime Cement, Stoves.TtVENTYE'IVECAR. sell to the highest
him antoni; his fallow.He :! outcry before the court house duo ot the saidcount following worksFAYETTEYILLE .
.1111 ed. --- ) of Cla\ state ol Fluuda in the city ot ;
a. "'ilIlikt'ly prove the moxi iatrrest- I Greet Cove Springs, therein on the
will I
3. That a high rdiuol tramiu
4 lug h|>eciiiien in the great politi'-il 1 First Monday t* ftlrruari, A. D 1'1'l3.
reu.-e Hie CUI&1.( d of the cutuuiuu N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
iu< the being the second day of said month
hipudrome and will, th-ri-fi ', be Hfavurite. same ,
octun.l uoy l\veuiv ihrce liuics?, tiviUi: LOADS IN OUR and a legal sales day. within the legal hOllr.,1'tllle.
But it remains uiih the:'eg'litlfinen the pr perty described in said dtir.e ast
lueiii-elvt's whether they biiu eighty *e>eu viiut" tlio cUalice ot ,I; WIEiI)1SEBAIflD l ::> <>The lows mortgaged: property mentioned and described JACKSONVILLE( FLA. MOBILE, ALA...

the uutducated. : in said decree and in the bill ot comilaiiit -
will candidates. Tlit-re is no such .
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-- -- in said d"-.c.h",1 m
4. Thai & college trducatiou lucroes --- cause particularly -- -- ----- '
thing all nominttiu! a man nowadays .Ahibit 'G"' thereto excepting: the lands theretofore -
(Etc ch"uc of (Lie lii;;h school boy s ld described in Exhibit: "Ii" to the
nolens vo'.eus.! Still I we need not .aId bill to.wit, situate. lying and being in the
mue times, guiUj nnu two tiuuarea CO. Dade IleSoto L. W. JOHNSON & BRO.
: be alarmed in apprehension' of a and uincleen liLies: the chance of the U 11ARDARE R[ C c Lake< unties, Lee.of Brevard.l..1ay.Manatee. :Marion.Citrus Monroe. Orange, ,

%- scarcity of candidates. There i is always Osoeolo St Johns. Sumter. Volusia. PolL and I Dealers in .
uoiumoti school tn,)' uua more tnaueibht h'itnam.us the Stale of Florida and describedis
a full crop rip-* for the olitical I Gain,:!>\ ilk! Horida..fr. tallows:
liuudrett times the chance of
: market."FAkMEK". IN M4BIOS COl'XTV. New and SecondHand Machinerv.L.lliii'IT .
the untrained. !I \o-theast quart. r of northeast quarter and \' ri.OUini. *
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; MANX i'icrsi'i'; "uth halfof northcait qua tcr lot one section
it is a surprising fact that of T, ,5:': | township thirteen rang twenty-six,
i:: Do you think those gentlemen you "iioubles", tbus gathtred 410 -\: .ott4tuing'icnteen one hundred and fifty-seven acres. Ont 125 hcrt'e pter rt turn tubelar IwiltT! with fifingffiToOC:
proved
have mined are the only ones who !: A teKsil will be requiTed to be made by each Three 100" "eI.I'h.. . OO.OI) ;

will cuter the racer" ventured the to be full graduates ot colleges.: j jFiotu I' \. M.erufied nicr with the check master before in bidding cash or otwo by satlsfac-cents One 70 II It It it it ....... . 350.00 i

scribe."Well the nature of the case It cannot I ;AIJ 1 I'' i ureup' n the lands included in any onek II 00 41 .. u 11 U. . . . 30000

be .laimeil that these: tiyures!: ate j 1 ,'f r !IJr bid*. H. H. BUCK UN. It 50 tt h .1 11 It. . . . 300.00 !
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: Master. i ih itU
Mr. Fililw. I 26 special it OO
replied u $4 :'2" u. " QQ
observe that"'armt>r' Mann is building l'Xa.CI. but they are based upon the -- -- -- ----- u iiu fire hux bOiler. . . . .. . 3f.W>.OO I

':., or to be more accurate, is i talkinir! most reliable go.eminent statistic!, : y ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE- 10 I' tiit 14 . . . . . 12300 I Iu

and. the necessary fs! .luiales have : t 20 U Atlas fire box boiler. . . . 175J30boiler IU '
; i toUt building a goo: I roul. Just been made Wilt cure. U i I" abo okwwPJ5EPAIO? '' ncF. IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL 16" on wheels. . . .. . 175.00 t
:Z where purposes! it to lead! I cannot t S p:: N Creditors legatee and distributees to pre- .
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doubtless! true that other eircum-siauct's! their accounts and demands to the under- 1NCdNlLS.::
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f at present conjecture: lout I suspect .. ot' tttt.ucollege %20 ,M, .1 admmisiiatrii of the estate! of J. L.iu One 80 horse power 111115o llev. . . . . .S475.00 1
,; that he hns tiecome 'I greatly) uttuch- contributed to the sutce'; : l. deceased, within the uest two years t. i5" N. Y. s-ifety upright . . . 450.00 :

". eli to TiiUthasnee! during the administratiunof : lraiutllwt'u. but alter all reasonable -1'!t't': .ame 3d day will of be December barred 1902. IOu l>ill Hiitoiuittic ....... . . 7(10.00 ,

a.lo A uiK-ed are made tilt .'- _-'- is SUB D. FBASTBSt *, 35 f'kiu.. t' ntt'r erauk . . i50l \

:Son> .La w Jennings that figures still force the conclusion Lit.IL Administratnx.I I. :!5" Enel'ity. . . . 17500 I
he will be loath to tear himself! away }
the mote sjhool irHiumg the chml has sso A i: 3i i; K H Y1* t) u o i' x itCeo. I
'j from know
the capital. Mann, you I NOTICE. -
1 i.. ll h' dritte- the greater his: dunces ot 1-dlll'UOll I ., '
W a l\1llitlt'"IIl'IIulI.! &s I -
.....Illl.l'. I !lu the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit ":
a-hore 1&1H11m been pothered: in these -- -- I in Ccn. C. S. Culkn Sec. and Treas
I - ".t: l-lutida. in and for Marion county :Mackay. 1'rcs, :I\'idi. Wt..lrow. Mgr.
pan two '...ar... HIi.U a HtrikUii illu" 'Some time ui daughter I chancery.
ago > THE LUMBER COsuccessors ; ;
: tutlori tlf my contention that there is caught a tH're cold. She cotuplumofpames I -melton I ': Phosphate Company, a corporatioa CENTRAL ,

*: very little kggitt! hi FI.md"uHt| illI.l in her chest\ end had a bad( under the laws of Florida-defendant complainant, vs I ( to The Ocala Lumber Co.J .
; A. Francis-
00 teorge 1
wuter Youn.uWn'tkerp Maun at cough. 1 her Cluimberlaiue'i $ Dealers In and anufacturers of -
give ':t *. I T IS ORDERED THAT TUB DEFENDANTI
.-:."' the Iftttoiu with a tun of water. If a Cough Ueiucdy according to dm-.-t- i;""rge.Francl". herein named be and he Yellow Pine Lumber Rough and Dressed : 1
in-rtbv required to appear to the hill i> complaint -
1'i l l't
: political campaignVH\ on h.'ou1< ions and in two lays she was well aim CHAS. BLUM & CO. in said cause on Monday the 2nd day of -j !
tlnlt)1) the rltll.in! that bound' him with I have rd tlu I February .'\. D 1993. Flooring, (Ct'iliD, t5idiD IJ3tb. Shin lrl::, Turnt llJluliteI1'. Xrwt'h: Columns, 1
school. u > II
the able to go to : I ;11 t 1T anti ihi$ \\'. Bay St." it is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe Elc. ScrollVork and Maut1eof every 111''riptiuu. Stairs. Church Seats, .1"
.:: I.'a"e anti certainty thatahurrieauetiUta remedy in my family for the Pit published once a week for eight (..onsecutnreweeks awl R'tiliUIi"", N'hn..l Dt-.k: amI.ats t-muLin..l. idt'board, 1 :
this aoth rulpitr
Jacksonville Florida. the Ocala Banner Done ; day :
l- a twig. Yrt'. Maun is once in Tables. Tank size. .j
.seven years and have never known it of November A. D. 1902 Beds, Tables and Kitchen Cypress any

0-: agalu lI. hurt', aiul. you may ilepeml to faill"s JllUl'ol'rl'tlt'rga'it.: iitrtliatit -- -- T. GREEN Clerk S. T. StSTRTJNK.O Circuit Court.. Also agents for: Colt's Acetylene\ Gas Generators for making! the cheapesand j' 'j

>-:: upon it, he is at work in the political' Aunato lUy: Jatnatea'et Complainant Solicitor. u 28 bet lights. ration's! Sunproof Paint., P.ruihes, Etc. Pittsbprg Plata ;
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MACK ]
: Ij Vineyard." UclVEK Glass Company)
India Islands. The pains in the chest

\ IRKK TUAItK lI1"'I'&4l-:1'. indi,'utvd an approaching attack ofpheumonia jK&X --.-: --zrV% ... NOTICE. FOP PUBLICATION. THE CENTRAL LUMBER CO., P. 0. BOX 957, 08iLAf FLA. f'1
.. .r \ ::}
.r 'I'erhajH the Demoeratic pirty in which in this instance: 'J'. _' '-;'". .... :#!.. -- ... I

tUeuextctinpaisu the heribe"Hill ,:_, .. .CIt -' 1 OF THE INTKKIOK, -
i argued was undoubtedly warded otl'by Cham '111L 'iI'i DEPAKTMEST } --- 1
Land Office at Gainesville Fla.Dec S I"n. j
decUre in favor of fieo trade.! It 'i
Remedy.
bcrlalne's Cough
'f :
the
'\.ToTICE is hereby given that following !
CUlI.1 QQ5'2525'2.5"b"2S"c.5i
i "Not likely; ,.' Mr.l Fildes rej.heii, teracts any tendency' of cold FUNERAL"DIElllCTOES _' naturd aettlcr has ul=J notict. ol his intention 5'2 5gsFLORIDIRUBBERSTAIVIPWQRKS 5'25'25"'cQ5
; I to make final proof in support of his claim. i ilanuJ''hU'l'r
\VhiI large number of Democrat-*, pmmlUlIlI :\. Sold; Anti-Monopoly ..nt! that said proof will be made before Clerk $
Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla..onJanuary
i. probably a majority have always Drug Store. m
i?. i t> In; of St-rtN, llnMn'r Stnmp-. SleuoilSlut LIt
favored free trade the party as au or- ; ,. ) j :\ ; :<
1 aunl SupplU.. Any iyle made to order 6 to 12 u,
Giles of Candlcr. Fla., IW. *- -l. l.K xrnph Staun
of the viz Rausa D.
g&uizatiou lia only ou two oeoasionsdet'lare.1 It have leen a hip type --1- \ KQ
may for the S L. of Kw K and N 3 fe of sw \ Sec. iTo '. Q{ hours.: Special attention to mall ordrv.. ::3
1-- I in iu fvir. The first was in but la' t year the Savannah News said tla' .tulioHK Ji Oodubc >atets and Burn 17S.ltZ3E. call.
0' of d.- rtptlou. Specltl *UrnUoi { AVheu in the city give us a inC
suUa every his
; the Congressional caucus at i'hiludtl- the tourUts left in Florid fifteen lie names the following witnesses to prove
of
paWtobnrUlserTicea.Embalming continuous residence upon and cultivation Juckteiiiillc, "I la.2S2S JQY'
pbia in 151'1III its platform it there millions of dollars. We hope it was : to Order. said land. via Richard S. Hall, Thomas Hall aai JfuiuStrooI,

<'_ declared for 'free fomnien-e! with all true and. that this year the figures AU order rr'oJHIl. 3natty: II.Ut 'If P. Ipelt Andrew Bellevtew Jackson Fla. loud James D. Pope all of .5B'.52S 252S 2.. .qs25"&S .5 .5225l52S2S

:. k nationiI political connection with will be largely iucrea->ed. t : ll-M-w \V. C. ROBIN50X, Register.
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s I this unction, Th* Tampa Tribune I U (
GOItlG-I GOVERNMENT l ACTION
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FLORIDAJOURNALS Wednesday in noting the presence of DETROIT

I the high oftlHaU of the Atlantic 1 AN OLD FAVORITE1TTT7TiTTTTTTTVTTTyyyyTTTTTTTTTTTTTv'vYYYYTTTTTYTTPT f

Const Line in that >-ity and at Port 'MAY' CAU8ETROIIBLE
; THE GOAL BUSINESS' >
: Tnnipa, remarks that it is said a

of business there ,I > I _
considerportion

FLORIDA wan in regtrd to th' approaching visit Will Snpply Citizens Coal at I I' 1 1 MANDALAY \ i The Community of Indianoia,

i ti:1DlsCUSS POLITICS .( the state rtiirctd ci>rumis<*iou toTnmplI 'I

[ ._ -. .-d!. Petersburg pjun. Cost Prices. II I .4 4 By Rady rJ Kipling t>> Miss., Wrought Up.

THAT RECENT KISS. I Co

t The storv of the Jacksonville Metropolis With John H-ocktonatid ;A'ilkinsou I 4 A FRENCH critic has Just d cUr-.l. that Klplinff has the Ar.glo-Saxon t A PRIVATE OFFICE ESTABLISHED
to the ftt'eet that Call and COUNCIL APPROPRIATED $50,000. '!! .4 temperament modified by the ini5aenc of the orient "llandalay" .
C.1I walking down the street arm in __ iAdvertUements < well exprtiees the fascination of the far east, although strict moral9
had made frirmU furniehediuterwtingrfadinij No Serious Trouble Is Anticipated C>
tJtock'.on 4 ists condemn the evident the especially in
arm, it would apt'ear that we had Will Be Printed Unty throughout poem D
there Calling i the las The dawn U said really to "come like thunder"In
lanEa. up
to two or the More Conservative P oiCut
returned to the old of IS!!'.
interested in in days For Bid on Anthracite Stove and' : Burma.. Thevbaw was the but king of that country and was U-- 'I
KentlenH-n jMilitics Their recent "ki+ and make up" will posers by the British In l&i.T > Precautions Have Been Tanen o>
this statw. flit-re is a (Militiral significance Chestnut Coal Smokeless Coal and ., .
by no mf'anslnJur8 the prospects of C City and Cwnt/ Officials.ladianola .
in the incident uhieh mum not John'a tlectioato the senate.-PalatI Ordinary Soft Coal. > I

be lost ight Gainesville News. T l1e.IIerald.I .,. the old Moulmein pagoda, lootin eastward to the sea, Miss: Jan. 6.-Thf',' l'1L.

t THESTOKM CENTER.Duval Detroit Mkh., Jan. t><--Tid city of j ; There's a Burma girl a-settin", an' I know she thinks jo' be no mistaking the fact that a ,1: -'
I BEIIIKD CLOSED DOORS. ]Dtnxt I
is going iou the coaL business pp.j
county is again the torm me; portion ot this community it <"".". .' ,
>I Gov. Jennings was a Tamp visitors and will Supply the people with cool For theoind is in the palm-trees, an' the temple bells the artmn, "' '
center of politics, and Jacksonville i ably wrought up over
j the other day, and to a newspaper at cost price : they say
government in cloeing the 1)0m<'o
the center of the storm.Let'11urg ,j: reporter made the very probable Some time ajo the common council 4 "Come you back, you British soldier, come you back here. The partial paralysis: to .

Commercial.TWO appropriated i$! 0,000 for
the purchaseof to MandalayrCome
statement that he is too .
| busy ai govj ness Is being felt ore and u 'r.
DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMEN coal to be sold by the municipality, 1 you back to Maudilay P
j eruor to think of the senatorship. each day p i. ft'\l. 4
Tamp bas had two dis-tiuguishwi and Mayor Ia'Tbury approved the resolution Where the old Flotilla lay; P I
i Whicb, of course, meant that thegovernor I Today a private office was eetah- .
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visitors recently who were futhua !- today. Advertisements will < Can't you 'ear their paddles chnnkin' from Rangoon to Man- > .
didn't interd to tell what he I ed for the distribution of mail i u... ,
tic in tht-ir expressions of surprise I i be printed thit afternooa calling forbids $ dalay? t ,
ed by an independent BM wng<*r s -
ia thiu6iu3. Another feature of hU
and admiration at the markrd on a&thraclato : ov'e sad chestnut 4 Oh, the road to Maudalay.
prog I vice from Heathaim bad Onnv:
stay in that great political storm cenj coal, smokeless I soft cvai act the Where the fly-fishes play. :
bauiidt* within the
ressthatci'y Beta of these bt-.. .
poeiofict* are pc
j ter was a two-hours rlored' door sesj ordinary soft coal. In lots up to lO,)uU 4 An' the dawn comes up like thunder outer China 'crost the *
past few years. Govt-rnor Jennings, i I gest&d by mail as a result of ue -
j sion with lIon. F. M.I Simonton, 'tons. The bl i111 be opened ill' 4 bay! t
Florida's chief executive, and Hon. < > ing of this ofic The Ink>D-r. :::'
I Judge Barron Phillips And W. Hot- i five days, the local tenders will bo accepted
Clark Howell editor or toe Atlanta once here will be maintained ai th-
I 'Er 'er little =
stuff Frtvker of for immediate delivery aad the petflcnt was yaller an cap was siren
course entirely
Coustitutiou, and president of the ; city's municipal yard will begin doing = An' 'er name was Supt-yaw-lat-jes' the same as Tbeebaw's Queen expense ot the dtiieca.

Georgia state senate, both of whom II {octal-politics absolutely not breathed. business at the earliest possible moment : j An' I seed her fust a-smokin' of a wbackin' white cheroot > No serious trouble ia anticipate.

have the I last few day visited :o Gov. Jennings' visit to Tampa 4 An' a-wastin' Christian kisses on an 'eathen idol's foot: t the more "OflSrn.tl9pt! n.

leaves the public just where it wasbeforeRursiog.a I I : Bloomin' idol made o' mud- but precautions kAva ton tak-:: t
t and looked .4
over Tampa' pronounceit I I | :
[. Petersburg I Wot they called the Great Gawd Budd- both the city and county otf.':& i t
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one of the most progressive cities of | Response Not Yet Received. I Ii 4 p.
I Times. i Washington, Jan. 6.-The 4 Plucky lot she cared for idob when I kissed 'er where she > deputize a sufflcici cootplvai i,'
the south and its citizens most response piy -- --- -- '
stud: men should the occasion demand
deserved i for their A Political Hot Box. ,: of the allied powers to Ca ,o's last iOn
'fmpIiment3 unbounded ;
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4 the road to Mandalay > Postoffice inapectorg ire hero cn,"';
The Pilatk Times-ller.ld U t i I proposition to submit Venezifta's+ case
thrift and euterprHp.:. >e- ,j, to the arbitration of Tan 1 t4 trig up the accounts of the at>!,: .< _
trio
I, Hagus
Petersburg Suu. coming as famous for its political lot '>, banal hard not been received" but' When the mist was on the riC eld.1 an* the sun was droppin' slow omce. A large number of per- a

THE INDICATIONS. box soap shots ai Him ii i as a "su<>li- j i it id believed that yet the answers will'' = She'd git 'er little banjo an' she'd utuUa-to-tor publicly avow that they will not m

The Jacksonville! Metropolis rrf-orts{ gter. I j not be much longer delayed, a.e a continuance 4 With her arm upon my shoulder an' her cheek agin my cheek > cept the negro woman ai ptstmas"

that ex-'S-iwtor Call and J. X C. I Here are same of im late,' : of the prefect tate of affairs We useter watch the steamers an' the hatkis pilin' teak. under anycircu'tancea. dripltt ,. f

Stockton. whi, i'l a caudidite far the I aoine of the politicisns ar>' evidently in Venezuela, stimulated 't 4 Elephints a-piliu' teak > Inconvenience being uffwed It a'M

tit the In the sludgy, sludgy creek, j reported last nght! that Fieri ff A r E
senatorial nomination, hive "kissed opinion the to pu+>ii<- 'd11'et'rks buying of Norfolk and Ww tern and
-\ Where the silence 'ung that 'euyy you was axf afraid to Cox had named :0 .
and made up," after bdulC bitter I I ib> man. When :such aMa'eui Chesapeake and Ohio which gained t P foputiHi to pain
!
; enemies and not on speaking terms atlairs exists the milieuium vill, be over t point each. St. Louis Southern speak the town with & vl"i to mpprcuAicany
On the road to llandolay dtsordr that eicmld anN, but the
for bis j ears. This indicates that Call[ near at band. preferred and Southern prtierred p i I
< tight! PueM without fpedal Inclile, .'
also moved : r
will he a supporter of toekton in his The recent cold soap extended far continued in u evidence? strongly. Reatizin; But that's all shove be'ind me-long ago an' fur away, t I Wayne Cox, husband of Minnie t'. i s

candidacy.-Tampa Time*. ther.-DUth than YolusU{ but we tru,t I at some points An' there ain't no 'buses runnin' from the Benk to Mandalay; the postnuBtrej who rlerk
and the tone became negro is a
SPARKMAN'S EFFORTS. n one of the olitical' arut.jI ion of hesitating again J An' I'm learnin' 'ere in London what the ten-year sodger tells: > in the railway mall +errVee. paar :

"Jeems" Alexander ,I 4 "If you're 'card the East a-callin', why, you won't 'eed nothin' else."
Hon. Stephen M. Sparkmtn, thi was uipp l in I Connecticut Valley Tobacco > through here on he nwalar run .as'
Crop.
No! won't 'eed nothin' else p.
di: \' ''' : 'I U, U making au i the bua.Tb I' New York, Jan. 6.-The tobsteeo you night but would not disease thf mai
But them spicy garlic smells j
1
earnest dlnrt To have the proposed I fellow who n-'i ys that J"l1nI j crop of the Connecticut valley, ter. He has berm in time sovernnifnt
I especially An the sunshine an' the palm-trees an' the tinkly temple bells!
marine biographical station established I .Stockton 1 is not a shrewd politici.-n! : that grown In the open air, Is On the road to Mandalay i service fourteen years, and bean a

t on the west coast of Tampa cannot be acqu.tiutet] with II I e a-"tu,e j not coming from the shad In a satisfactory good record. As authoriied stati-mtni

Ht. is the I ceuaiorial candMate. SVlmt John con tion. according to The 4 t from the mayor pays that conditions
Bay. Petersburg place fur I am sick o' wastin' leather on these gutty pavin'-stones, K

E it, and with the proper effort the sla.1 1 j d t"I1't know abou wire 1'+.Iha,* aid Times Hartford ccrrtwponJent and the An' the blasted Heiiglish drizzle wakes the fever in my bones; are such ie would not al1i8t1s.
Cox .
lion can be secured for this j i he other lrik wf politic L f, i is miI prices which are beta; paid ruin can 4 Tho' I walks with fifty 'ousemaids outer Chelsea to the Strand to open the postoffiee. The n..i,:
foOillt'I'Tl&rplQ or further stated that if the sHuaf' .
Brings and St. P I worth learning. alterably lower than the growers were An' they talks a lot o' lovin, but wot do they understand? :
I eipscting. ThOll cold and at any time showed that the utl..c II
damp weather + 4 Beefy face an' grubby 'and
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are the only two points prominently I j, 'fcieaud Jilackstone" l\-rn> Ins a life
of last summer was not favorable Law! wot do they understand? liberty or property were j j.''ja",
mentioned for the location ot the ta-I(i big political following in .
Ja ksnov.li to growing dized. he would swear In a sum. !,'.'
the best
I've
quality of leaf. maiden in
a neater sweeter a cleaner, greener land! *
F
tion, aDd we understand thel;lttter I! Still be should be careful M'd un j On the road to Mandalay number of men to afford her :an; i

place 1 iiJ working enerijftically to hive I wake any serious breaks, bt he loss Preparing For Crescent City Derby. i' 2 t protection. The undercurrent ?f v

: it t'3t% Ii.heJ! there.- $t.;-Peterbur. I umeofhia bickers. }He t-houid uLewarning ; Memphis T'nn., Jan. 6.-Sli horses j Ship me somewhere's east of Suez where the best is like the worst. : citement extends to turr ut.rs!;

I from that recent t'urmgielibrary : belonging to TIchenor & Co., including Where there ain't no Ten Commandments an* a man can raise a thirst; > towns. A large lumber of stranger

un."E TIRELY TOO BUSY :1 affair.Again \Vaswlft Cambrian and n ear- 4 For the temple bells are caliiu', an' it's there that I would be- : are here, and are arriving by every

; Mr. Jennings .ayshe lusu't time to the genial smile of Frank line, arrived at Montgomery yesterday By the old Moulmein Pagoda lool io' lazy at the sea- t train.

from New Orleans. Trainer On the road to Mandalay t
Clark Poole 4 ,
run for 'be senate. Our governordeed may hes-en in thi sr.tlit' J
s stated that Flocarllce may bd prppal'ed : Where the old Flotilla lay BURGLARS' LIGHT HAUL
111U..t be I'eidinij' Mivnuous I will locate at Lake Ci'y, and duriiu j
for the Crescent City derby. Three 4 With our sick beneath the awnings when we went to Mandaiay >
a life. No time to run for ih+ Ui/lK$>t I the Hpproachingcampiigu *. hope toagain of S. C. Hlldreth's horses and one belonging :t : Four Safes Wrecked But Only Three

f- o1iI'e within the gift of the trite; too I'i be spell! bound by his el'luenc e to MacLouden accompanied 4 Oh the road to Mandalay, .I Dollars Secured.

busy to think of his i cuululai-y for nUll: brilliant ouiory. Asa 'aIllIIil1l the Tlchenor string. j Where the fy D'-fi.shes play, > I Greensboro, N. C.. Jan. 6.-Burg!! ir?

-. vice-prlsidrat i and the cry of tb- sw?. l.er Fr.-Ilk otauds alone in the 4 An' the dawn cornea up like thunder outer China 'crost the > vst3d: : five business houses here .!>

Vt t Tampa( Trihutie to give Jeiiniiu-s a g.l lnsy of Florida's great orators Heavy Fire Loss at Dallas. 3 bay'SYVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY.: |II night and got away with a net i.rn'r!

t r-st would indicate that our chief (Jennings Haims that I!, of $3.i .
ex- he i is too Dallas. Tex.. Jan. 6.-Fire in the i
eutiiewas ItMtiiuj a Iluns eulimilife. busily ttugageii iu warehouse One safe was battered to pit is, ir
t > I attending to the and stables of the Hughes !
Polk Neu' busiur B-o : other was badly broken up as a n*>'i i :
b 'oullty + ti devolving upon him as chief : Manufacturing company, on ,
Hughes Cuban Reciprocity Treaty.a.shngtoll American Methods To !Sc Introduced. I of an unsuccessful effort to get ins:.:. I
f Jl'STLlKE ) TIHtx\tln. executive think abut the erne avenue near South-Erray, '
burned J. W. "- Jau. ).-Senator Cul- New York, Jan. 6.-A restrict of I The key of another was enrrif.; a-*'.
i In torid Williams a
an interview pulrtUh-d in the race just now. However his negro boy,
| to death and destroyed :20 head of loin chairman on foreign relation had great importance to the turf in this From a fourth, which was unk! .
Tampa Tribune < i is 9aleneutulll
Jtuuioga by
iov. iu
haven
lassos
horses. A warehouse containing and extended conference with the country and broad Ill bean glm Jd. the burglars got only tie money that r
quoted as syiii; (hit he will not he a tendency to make either Stockton or ma. ; says the World. terra of they find
chlnery and< manufactured goods was president today concerning th. Cuban By the the were lucky enough to

C tn idatt' for the United States senate TalUterro rer-t with more ease. also consumed, making a total loss reciprocity treaty. It Is his purpose i agreement MarT Byrne. the well- They were detected by a wE.t IIP art

to succeed OOl'nlt tor Taliaftrro, and Our"BiiMiios> Senator," Hon. J. P. estimated at USOOO'Uh Insurance of ', to have a meeting of tae cccnmitG"onI i known trainer, will hare oharg of the as the broke crown the back door 'If a

is too !buoy to tlUcut-s the sever a I Taliaferro, is not what vets be- trrmtdaHvtculir ont'-b alt. |,i Wednesday to the treaty. He hopes i large cumber of hones ote by thei I large wholesale grorttry More, Thf

applicants for that place. The governor Qr ghoul stand( worker. that It may be mjiotptf from the rom-1 I i I wealthy Hungarian. Eitfnoe Dorows, i watchman flrftt into the store n vtra

t alllo, doer nut know where his \Vhtt he does i is ou the quirt| and Bubonic Plague Spreading. mittee from the senate either the lat two-year-ol'ls. Byrnee, It !is Bid wll' times, the burglars breaking thr YI'Las '

ter of this week tho .,: receive 10,000 a year *e a salary, withan they broke open the back do r >'
booru for vi 'e-preMdt-u ,-f the United that i is rbap-t, the rea-to-j why there Laredo, Tot Jan. 6.-A special part or tnt o! I

States stated frmu. However, t it neplp..t+ not n'U d with Ins from Herm m\, Merico. says that < next and a* soon ae prx'p'.M* afterward ,! additional fee of 10 per cwat of all caplng. There wore three In t-!

Betiiis to liuve voiuo like a tornado praises They know not what he has two caffs of bubonic plague! nave born he will mare for Its cunfeldpraj i j!I money won. I gang.
j i tion by the s* nat*. Senator CuDom Mr. Borows will build a stable anda
out of the west, and Dithered considerable accomplished until it is too late togive reported In the little town of looms. '
in Sinalea belives that while some opmwltlon to private training track on ground recently Governor Invited to Savannah.
r force by the ti'ue it reached it extended not far from the Sonora
notice. .
._ border. The authorttk the treaty haa &* 'cdopwj., It will be rearmed. '' secured midway between Vienna Savannah, Ga., Jan. 6.-\. mor
r Florida, where, of course, it pleaded --- of Sonora a.ld' Budapest In
order that Terrell and Oo'onel W. G. Otxar r
Sample of have notified those of Sicalut seaccepted
Newspaper Enterprise.. that a j
the people mightily. As governor, + everything may be complete! from his
sanitary cordon has Deer an t.ltaUon frum Ct)l n-. I ;

our chief executU luis made an enviable The Tril'une secured a whole page en the bonier and no one wfil established be ;' Two Men Blown to Pieces '|', trainers' point of view. Mr. Dorows A. Gordon coonnac llng the First iwta

t record, and as vicepresidenthe advertisement yesterday ny telegraph, mitted' to enter the state from J'r'j' Laredo. TeL, Jan -rr.tQrWat.'on has purchase a complete outfit o( ct Infantry, Georgia state t'w;;,'-

would make no less a success.Commercial. .- The Tribune, like its circulation, i is south. has Doan rec< lT) b*>, that o..1C1t American saddles, bridles and other to visit Savannah FVb. 22 to witness

I.eeb1.urg l.A l. great and is growing greater every Bridges acd 7r&I irtclt+ Goldstein, both 1: paraphernalia used around a training the battle eierdst that will bu ar-

dl1)-Tl1mra'l'ritJUoe. i of Texas wel'b ta plc* v
POLITICAL qnU w. Negro Kills M
n. 'I explosion In a copper mir nf CaMei. ,: methods will supersede the ol<> world al Rotertam and Coon! R. r>!;itT

A few months ago Hon Wilkinson Editor Walter Graham speaks very Macon Ga., Jan. 8.-TtLnnas J. Conrad nan. The explosion !Ie grim to ideas and taeoriea about thoroogh- Thomason wnlor colocel in the ;, r.
manager Macoa
Call wrote an open statement denouncing enthusiastically of the position and company, was shot Baggage thla Transfer I have been cawed by the rsrelesauesa I br l1. vice, have aleo been InritPd. Tfif

Hon. J. X. C. Stockton. In Earning at of two unskilled men handlln/j dra- Chatham
resources of his touuty. He the union Artillery and the O+ >ritia
says: depot by a
ongro
Jacksonville last Tuesday they mite. i Boy's Skull Fractured. Hussars hare been invited by Co! :
were "Who wouldn't be driver Arthur "Il>'
proud o( the biggest Shiver the ball wagonII II New
walking arm in arm. \Ve don't know best and Conrad In the head York Jan. 6.-A greit crowd Gordon to participate ta the bane! \
moot
progressive county killing Large Land Owner Devsd. | of
what it but spectators gathered 03 the banks i I ercis e, and these commands ha .-
meaD: the fact is > a''
portentously Florida? DcSoto stantly. Trouble arose Laredo Jut 6. A
m Tex
is not only the over & dispute j Monterey of the Connecticut river I
Sunday to cepted The Indications
suuilicaut of a 'iolitical in about some baggage. Tie Mex., special vord ha ba are that it
greatest territory, but it also excels negro i6 I says received watch the process of dynamiting the will be a great military
event. and fh-
straw with more or less wind propelling still at large. of the death of FYaaeteeoCcgrhlan
in
ice
resources aud attractions, audis I Jam to save the great temporary distinguished vd ore will b<' ma'ewelcome
f it.-Letstiurg Commercial. at San I> ite 1'cot' +et. oft.
great in any way you may take it. Son of Multi-Millionalre at Work bridge says a Tlmwa dispatch from and will be suitably entt>r
Coghland V the
Landowner
| was proba Jargw*
t THE LATEST :E :UTlO:. Hartford. At 10 o'clock a piece of taJn+S
Knoxville. Tenn.. Jan. 7.-Henry In th state or Xtuvto Leon and
*
I A new word has been coined. The tee was blown high la the air and
The latent situation in olitical 1 of
{> McHarg. son H. K. McIIarg, ofV Lamaullpas. He was 42 o4J
yore
I failing 2flo 0
feet
circles is the friendly iiiirke up be- wirclfos telrframrrut: across the Wall street, has engaged himself as a :! and was promlcfiatly known In trir jTvacircles. Stavalo. away, struck Frank Big Ofl Company For--'.
aged
11.
I tweed J. X, C. Stockton and ex-sea ocean Marconi are called Marcoui- lay laborer at the Virginia Iron and i on the head fracturing Columbia, S. C.. Jan. 6.-The
his skull. set rP
gtantraud will doubtless be Coal and Coke He !a now in the
tor Call. Six i when adoptedand companies' Iron far- ,
years ao Stockton In Cotton hospital tary Q f etato S* ,. .
Increase Oop. | whers It la said ca can live .m-Cy ," .t ,
t saw the coming crash of the Call so known for such messages. It nace at Redford, Va. He haa gone ;, Washington Jon 6.- The versus report but a short time. He has not charter to the Indpv* !(tI.t Cotton < ,

forces he made a rush to pallor ', is more euphonious than wirtlesgrarns there to learn the business His fathj I j on the cotton ginned trot tha'ISW i consciousness. The authorities regained I company, of Ctarlwton whkh has .4

t which resulted in the defeat of Chi{ and will harmonize with cablegrams. is er is president of the big company aId i crop up to aria: icchnling Dec 3i find that his! was no criminal negli-i' paid up capital of a milttoc dollars!
a multi-millionaire
and
philanthrop- '
. i ey or the Uuittd Mates senate. Senator -- --- 1st. last, \.tZU.U5 Dales, lm vecttve of gene, but spectators ar. now warned '' This company controls a number ,,'

f Call believed that Stockton fllr'ft The Peusacola Journal suggests II shape or w equal to 8/C6) ;0C, aa- to keep away.Trains cotton seed oil mina and will op; +'n>- ,

sook him iu the wrong hour, and that instead the usual resolutions war secretary Marries.! cording to the ccrrrnercSal :. I refineries. The officers are M >rr -

'ft London. Jan. 6. Thin id 9o.2u) ;<* ou.t of the crop Israel, president; Bright Willlaii" "
Air. Crash Hurt
from that tilDe until now bus been apolitical that everybody rvslvw this to Broderiok! the '; ; Nobody
year I' vice president; L. E. WiHians h ,
enemy of:I:1lOll.. But the g-'t out of debt. It is nice advice, but war secretary and Madeleine Stan. 1 Widow of BisHop Dies. Macon, Ga, Jan. Passenger i! secretary and R Keith Dargan. .

t barrier has been removed and thtexMuat > how hit, ley. Daughter of Lady Jane. were mar- j train No. 4, of the Central of ; 4-
to bedoue? it is good advice I Petrott! Jan.'Ire. tSteabet'r Pal- Georgia'i oral manager. All th* offl<--rs a-.
tied -
at St George's [ Charlie
<>r relents aud again embraces to tell a man \vno i U iu jail that church Hanover j| ly .Vlade. widow of BltLop William X. IB charge of Engineer from DorllEgton thU stale, (<'0pt \lr!
Square this afternoon. i train No. 35. in of
t Premier Dale and freight charge
hit former frieud. The reconciliation' he ought to get out aud stay out, but four best j Ninde, of the i&rttxHt t Episcopal j Israel, who is a lcilng Chari vtiT.,
was man. There were Engineer Oscar Hughes colli has distinct beariu[ the upwards church died at her residence !here to banker. A
a ; on coming when rite doors are locked and the of JOO charter was alto grant ,!
presents. King Edward Walden Sunday morning at 1 o'clock.
struggle for United lt.S iu day of acute bronclJ to the Marion Water, Light and I' .
bars of
senator are chi+ekd net el, how is he gave a n-asslre silver gilt Inkstand Both engineers Jumped and escaped in- i.v

which Taliafrrro aul tiiucklou will going to do it? bearing the royal arms. Duty on Coal To &J S.rspended jury. The passenger engine and one er company, with a capital of H"". .

play the prominent juris. It may be |, Washington. Jan t--6crator Lodge freight car were badly d3.IliCl600.I' Officers. J. W. Johnson presided, A

truly said that politics, at beat, makes What is it but a imp of busy life, Americuse Kicking on 'Phones. j today !Intro ln >l a b21 enspcnCng for N. Walker, vice president; H. tt,'

: many changes. Florida Star. its fluctuations aud its vast coucerus, Americus, Ga., Jan. 7.-Amerlcua a piriod of 90 (Jaye tie duties on coal Decision In Downs Case. i cover secretary and S. S. Sprui:.>

and in then ductuatious wants better telephone service anJ Imported into the United t3tatesi Washington, Jan. 6.-In an opinion treasurer.
mau
SlVXAMER OOXUR.YTTL.Vr;.;>. every Monday a petition, I
is sure to have his turn at the wheel. I largely signed by i i Inaugurate City Governments. handed down by Justice Brown today segates! to Customs Congress. j
lIon. liobt. McNarnee i is receiving business houses and subscribers the United J
dud he must tttrize the opx>rtuaity.Thewhttr I erally, w as addressed gene I I Boston. Jan. Massachusttts dties States supreme court de- Laredo, Tex., Jan. 6.-A SK\l<'
congratulations from his to Manager Oen i ceded
numerousfriends ia
that: is paved never re- try. in Atlanta asking that !j genrally IcatisTirattd city governments tee Downs case that the City special says that Janier Arraga.. i.
in Tampa and ou this side of conditions money paid by the
today. I2r5u Socialist Russian '
turusi' iiu.Florid be improved. Complaint the bay over his success iu inducii long and i or at ErochtoB. In ; oa sugar exported Is
g -- -- --- loud has prevailed nearly an cost's >! a bounty. dro Del Paso, one of the chief em

the tate railroad commivion to hold C'ntirm"S f e more and I here, and subscribers regarding, the service ;' the providing of adequate schcol aoi i and that the collector of customs of ployes of the same bureau, have left

a uuetiug iu Tampa at au early date [ more attractive to the tourist and eomethbg better. demand conunodatioES for chlldTea was n'1e- I i New York was justifled in levying a for New York via Vera Cruz to be

J 1 red to aa a most serious gcesGoa.l j countervailing duty on Russian 'I
to investigate railroad conditions iu[ settler. 1 sugar present as delegates at the customs

a aide the terms at ft* Dingley i-w. conrrss to bo hell in that city:






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1' -POUT IMGLIS.t : bilitlee and Its future ia practically mroob! the channel, the same dia- i r .

..., atinred. tenet, 80 that the water haul is 14 _
.... TIRED ANDWOKN
milt in all.
.\' !4 Harbor that will 'rutl 1ee.. The uneventful loading of Teueli Th. Port Inzlw Terminal Co. w&aineorporatwl OUT. I
'i la durin. tblll ruonth of h COMMERCIAL BANK QCAL!
1 t ShIpP"* of Pholhlte- September-' by interests eloselyideay r )i

f:z Whit Enterprise CM *.. acknowledged. mo tdangeron month rifled totbeDunnellon Phosphate I

conptlsb.U I In the gulf-wag another fetihor in Mr. Hugh D. Auchinclfwa, of Nf>W _

frequent IntrrTals, during the the caps of the promoters, and tbii York, ia president, Capt. John L. i [Branch Commercial Bank JackaonTille.!! ]
: not alone, for tbe first! t-hip was neD -
ihta Journal hag reeked Inglls! tice president and general

11J'OO pans the pro8 of the work I given two daJ8 dispatch in spite of an moor! trr, 'nd Mr R..l-.h Barker, a c- CAPITAL S 0,000 I
almost daily squall, ami the second Ti, Djonellon l 4
been done in the W1thaee rutary and trl"lW4ur..r e

'I the Port Ingll Terminals weather. mile from their niininu ('.n'er andhwidquirtersatltorkwell Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
; ,by
s, :';florida' undertaking that baa termi- The work that the Port Inglls Ter- to luglis, a Prompt Attention to all Eminem Entrusted our Care.

.,al1 Women r Need Exchange Bought and Sold.

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Jh' a constant supply of blood-makins material -
T t IjM1 a. I : or their systems will breakdown. LWWAPAAMA5F
br<
The complicated female organism iaPO
s delicately l :wju>ok-d aa to be easily
thrown out of balance. As a result,
health and street jcth are affected by

livers di-:<'.l.-'{'''';. Motherhood, family,
ocitty all levy such drains upon her J. EDWARDS'BIG
strength that mo-t women break under
h& nervous tension. The demands WHISKEY
e'r upon her nervous strength are much HOUSE,,
greater than similar demands of the

oppo-ita sex. Hence she must be supplied Gainesville and Ocala, Fla. F FM Fi
m greater measure with the element
-iron-that gives strength. The I, :
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reason women feel tired and worn out -_ 1 -
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and suffer from headache pains:' in the I : 2

back and limb' etc., i.i becau.ie they -= 'i .. y I eo-
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have u-jed up their supply of iron. I I I _
Menstruation trouble is largely caused :.. I .' 1 d PB*
fr by lack of iron. : = :' E. C tt
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Dr. Harter'sIron i--. i : '. -.J. o
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__ Tonic : C I. '" ,. :o -
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supplies! this element. It enriches the .. I ,. ,,.. : .....,..;,... 'i1 1 .. .
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blood and restores what strain has ..".. :) .- .,. 1f- f5'G I
PORT 1NOIM: FLORIDA. HEADQUARTERS OF THI- PORT INlLIs TERMINAL tan -- :I .. r-o.... \..-_.: '.c.'t.'.': 1-, ,
Out in the bay, ,.evt'n miles from this point is where vetei i art' u.aded. Usttlup. Augusta, Ark., :\1.1110, I'M. ;O:' I 4>< ,, ;:. ..'j.., I .. H
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--------- "After bovine old Dr. Harter's remedies ift
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.. tar thirtyvwirs I can oueerfuily commend r.BIorsXIIErSIn I urscii BEER
'; ratted in the t-afe and Dutiful bar minal Co. has jut completed wan town on the river, thetermii-Uo <>f tL. ,'. them. 1 might add that 1 I f

bor,now known to all the world asfurt dredging and blasting t-hanuel from : rtilroa-l and the beginning of the g ti. tr'l holdlnGPf"'ialfl.orDr.llar.Iron Tonic,and would

incise having been named in : ihe mouth of the Withae! : water trui'*|> oruti' dy$. iem. ', best preparation recommend: or Iron it aa 1 the am very acquainted FINE WINES, WEISKIES and BRANDIES.

r Donor of Clio't. John L. lusbs, Ire i- liver todffp watl'r.I.. it found 7 The Daundlou C >. has purchased with. To wak, wornot;t :Mv! pj.oo Rye or Bourbon at.._ _....._.?.. 11,75 My (4 oo Gin at... .._., ?._...-.--J$.
Duunellou Co. rutlfsotl'bhore.Thii two locomotive of the mogul women ant those troubled with cerrousnefcM. I My :250 ?._........ ..... 2.ooMy My 2.ooworth Carol Ja Corn at......... ? 1,
dent of the Pho..lhah' I poor digestion ant pale thin 3,00 ................. :2.56 My 2,50" MTn Dtw Corn at.. 2.
and vice president and general der-p water is, iu pools (or hasius. I typ, 2-5 box cars! amt have: now ;)) blood, 1 believe it to be a panacea I My 4.00 -.............._...... :My 3.00". .. .. .. _
wnna-1 "J. B. WlLKER-V- cerof the Tort Jntflu a<* they are more frequently rtft'rrt'd'i more bring constructed. The Port My .So" .._........................_....?.... 3.00. t.oo New England Rum at........__ 3
and through whom zealous and un- I to), the main one having a depth of I Iurli Trrmiual C... have at present (15.6JC (UftCiM vial above tutiSMUI fuii e.)

'_ hunted ctlorU the at ov*. Tvs.ults have I 27 feet at low water and is about one i four lighters, with a capacity of between .----- -- The Jug and Keg Tray Made a Special Feature. :

,1 been accomplished. milt long by half a mile wide. This four aud five hundred gross Faith In Orange Culture. In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jugs. Half-gallon jng 1- }
-gallonjuj.i5c2-gallonjug,25c3-galloijugj5c) : : keg $1.
.... Perhaps few persons,outside of those basin, 84 mentioned above j H about 7 lout each, and are building and have Capt. T. H. Johnson, of this city I ben more whiskey and better whiskey than any house! in Floridabecause I rite !good,ho

1rl baring given this subject t-pecial at- milt from shore and about the same purch ,eil, four more, besides which has been on a trip through South I est goods Atrialorderwilttonvinceyouthat''wearethepeovle.and full measure, Temu<:ash withtheorder.j .

-,1) ttoliou, appreciate to what extent the distance from tbe opt-u sea, ubiln one I they have a river steamboat, to tow YourUDxioUiloplue p EDWARDS.
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Florida since the recent dip of the _
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'.I. development of this harbor has been and one half milts iu farther i i" a the .o
I curled. That an Individual mining smaller baths in which vev seta can I at present the li),tdl lighten are thermometer and ha showed his _

corporation thould open a harbor easily load down to Is feet. In the Hoaud down tht' "i,rr on the tide and faith in the future of the orange grove 0 --- 0HOLIDAY

boild a railway, trtct Irriuitiul 1 fttcillti deep natural channels from these with the curr-ut, and without the industry in this state by purohaoinc;

tulld dredge, hleamboa'8 and basins to the gulf the govt-rnmeut ha. a+:iitam-w of any other power.) They two orange throve, one bearing and .; ;.,
ocean going lighten, buy locomotives, placed a numVient number of harbor also have a bou boat, a powerful -. \o"-"F.JR a ai
containing six and a quarter acres
e&rIr tagH, and, lu fact, Jrovi..e them- buoys, and ships can sail in and out tug which handles the lighter- the i

.elreewlttt evrrythfugurers; trj' to be I really without a pilot. III the mam bay, and aUuueb.Altogether an I the other not yet matured containing GOODS.CALL _

{! perfectly quipped tu tnto>j>oii their basin the company bas placed a huge these improvements seven and a quarter acres, .

{ production from the mined to the anchorage buoy, which they place! at havi teen carried forward under avery I These jrroare located at Lakeland l

I ihibS, ice, U, indeed, an innovation, the dkto!,al lof any ves-vl wishing comprehensive:: plan and a tlxed where Capt. Johc9>n says the 3

and lit"* jt. ouly aud lieu t jiarallclhi take advantage of its additional pro- purf'f until th*> end has been at- 3i
I orange trees do not show the curl of a i
this mate in the lutuuve lit the tection.There. tloiued, which now deinonstrfttrs how
AND SEE
Peace lliver luiue. ulucb, some wisely invented is the money that the leaf. t
known b-
are no dangerous <>
)f 111'>> 11(0, when ihu railroads tefus-d .:.aciHof any description, eitLtrtu company has put imo it. A Little Boy's Life Saved.I I
lot<]ju..l tbt UgU h.h.4, then in exisUnce Probably eotuewhat\ lit variance
the la'ino or the channel such as are have a few words to nay regardIng j I
iev ifuily.nought anew and with the sul jest at Land: but it it into -
often found in harbor The waternoriIially Chamberlaiue's Cough Remedy.It : M. FISHEL'SNEW
imltiiemUiit uuLI '. by tuii"it>rtiii i tt.'rr'Jf ul! note the j is very Miiooih anal qui..t.lilht saved; my little boy's life and I
their proJuctnw irniu tb. uunrM i.. whkh tho prai'tihility *>f I P"rt Ingii
hardly! routcli t-noim to\.n daring i f-el that I cnanor it enough. H
; Charlotte llj ru>r, bj au all water I w,..sLo..U. Even tho".. uht.e .lve..j.I.j.i < (praise
,l -churttirtfrirtiic gulf\ \' (Uulls to lit" i I bought a bottle of it from A. F. t
rout In u..iui! 1'eM'e river tu a uieau! wioric.h'lIoti were unfitting but "n- !
uotk'eahte, aud certainly not enough Steereof (ioodwin, e>. D., and when d
of triDsporuiiou. i' cour;;tug! to the promoters err now
to interrupt wor).. Igct horn'with it the poor bahyould i I
The um ft* nf l.urtllllbt to no moretoduuU i i i amout the mo"t enthu5Bti<'. Of
That thtsie titatKsmcQtd are f'cts, 1 <- hardly' breathe. I pave the STOCK
'1't.' iltk th>.punch pveu \ (cour e, to begin >*"iili, it U indeed dif-
j and L<>' mite vDtbusi&diic ulll'riJlJl', tue j 1)1) rc!Mr). that ItttVf )".-.i lp/ lrrr t>'J } iieu\l to> eutterstand uhy \\\\1. ..\\\\\11: i .
your C'-nrn\\'Hudt'ut will( fully vouch : tea until( he "(drew Uti"and then I fAT
."."ft.I4r baf conVltll'.tJ rH'nOIJt" hrn'lY } haw )iffa au]' oubl )t he'D oDe zjtlI
.:.. 1.fnterbtetl of!its r."tJllity rand I'w..iif (- for, and for them to be additionally to vhink. th'\t it was the Me....rs-. Aucuiucli 1 I thought sure be wa going to choke Xo : t
MUtmUuUatril one need only apply to death. We had to pull the phlegm
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? i- 's and C.pt. Inglis;( who projected t NiGreatly
thOM who have already had o&csion! | out of hit mouth in treat long
Prover-bs thu 8utto"prislA which has turned out "
to load there. I striugs. I am positive that if I had
*> >itivM.ut.grotalyf.r their iutvrrel3.C.pt. .
The channel out from the mouth of i i lugli.., ..t'rh1 4, tnuirrrauds the not got: that bottle of cou;h medicine Reduced Prices. : ,

the river t>. the L''-ui- bus uniform I gtdf!: cot-it of Florida H.S w..l1.+ anyone my boy would not be on earth today

depth of <>J fvri at low w.tt..r, and at''I thigh and with Ih. llvSNtHUI'e i.f Hlile Joel Deoiout, Inwood, IOWA.-For ;

"When the butter won't : tide bi feet. Through this channel guveruweutrugltseers! cud: a I thorough eale by Auti- [.)(IoI\tly Drug tort'. m 1
examination! and nunier'iussurvt5
I he lotded lighters are towed from
come put a penny in the -*, ht'f.rtl any wor w"'s ever :
up the river to the ships that Ity in begun and it was preposterous that !Mr. Sidney Hiller of this city,
I churn, is sn old! time dairy the basins and while work is prcgre-i- these gentlemen would iuvest nearly knowd a good paper when he tees it, FISHEL. II

proverb. It I often seems to lug very satisfactory with the a fl/XWAW)\. without first twti.f>ultimate ing and this: is i the way he creaks of a late l .
aud a. uriug themselves of iu
.. Birtow Courier Informant q
prt'entdepth of this channel, still it is;ueof tbe .
work though no one has ever butte ". And really, putting+ it '
tl has been decided to deepen it a few all in a nut hell, the only work necs ; "I wi-h to comiratulate you on

.: tld *%. feet in order that tugs and boats with t, ry wa.to remove a few ob-ftAolw, the splendid holiday edition of the o 0 ,

: \VhtM mothers are worried deeper draft may go through. The: by dredging; and blasting, obstacle Courit'r-Illf.rn..mt. a copy of whichha t
distance from the terminals the that have heretofore prevented use *ju t come to hand, and to 'nyknowledge f
\wc4 e t.!:le *}liildren do not up of a beautiful hay as a !\f.. and prac- -- -
it U the best of its kind
river to the mouth is 7 mile-*, and tical harb .-The American Fertilizer. '.1.
gailt Sr lt and flesh we from there to the loading basins, ever gotten out in the state." -

,. say jive them Scott's Emul- : PLANT POTATOES I z

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: It is Kke the penny in the Misrirm***.
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rat. 'f
h.'. milk because it works and r.r i isr .

because t1. ere is something i 0 II1


astonishing about it. k SEED AND FERTILIZER l

I ,. Scett's Emulsion is simplya .s............? )\oj

'1 mHk of pure cod liver oil AT L01VHST PRICES

:!f" with some hypophosphites3pecially 1 } c7' 1- a


; prepared for delicate ( r r Stud lor our booklet "HUSH POTATOES. ," -

stomachs. on oil, .i>ed. how to plaint cnltitaleauul.hip, !
Cr Di I I"'lIt free for the ii.Kinc. Atitire .

+ : Children take: to it naturally e. *, .,..e i

because they like the taste rr Pr Ir4tl s 41 JR WILSON & TOOMEU FERTILIZER I COfflPAHY3Ianufictnrers I

and the remedy takes just as ( 0 O

of Ideal Fvrtiliiers and Special Crop FormulaeJACKSO.XVILLE
naturally to the children because

it is so perfectly adaptedto c J I'LOUIDA.

their wants.

For all weak and pale and .9 .), '
.: IISTAKLISIIIII) 11 YH1KS.
thin children.Scott's Emulsion <'

is the most satisfactorytreat- HANNE BROTHERS'CASH

.J ment. J.- <'-.

:: .j" We will send you MAIL ORDER HOUSE

s the penny, /. e., a ..M"r? 0 F T. 4r H.EflJ.poRIt

1 sample free. N' ._ F.._ Wholesale Liquor Dealers. r

t t" Re lure that this picture in \ '
the furro of a Ubcl i* 09 the 1.. -P'.o "R-r.. 1 N- .C. t.IS. Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp
v rapier of cmy bottle ot 1
;. l.mulc you buy. Brewing Co's St. Louis Beer. .
I
e' SCOTT & BOWNB,

"'" Chemists. c t ra 1246-1258 Adams St. JackEonville, Fla.

409 Pearl St., N. Y. _
PllIt'E LIST APPLICATIOX..
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THE OUALA it \ \NER, JANUARY 91903.:


r.; L: --STOCKTON fIND CALL. GREAT REVELATION OF MARVELOUS Over-Work I

"- THINGS. Your 'Et Formula tells the story : .

I Enemies for Six Years They Kiss and
Many marvelous things mentioned Unhealthy Kidneys Make
Make Friends. Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
. In the bible anal for a long time i.
The following article from the Jacksonville thought to be impossible:! except upon All the blood i ia your body pa :
will bt read with ; your kidneys once every three Not m patent median: : a thin spirituous)liquid, of pleasant khter teats, m". of
Metropolis
miracles
the theory that they were The
Interest by the people of Florida: since, by actual occurrences, have .sr ." r! blood Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

Politics, indeed, makes strange bed been shown to have bn-n true and : I r ter out Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Flnid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK #

fellow It does more. within the reach of human accomplitthment. U impurities If they Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA

ever It eiifet severs and the places friendliest brothers ties beyoad that !W* are told. in Matthew that Jesus :f'i! ; cf their order work., It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. r

speaking terms. fasted forty days and forty nights.It !. I I l I'' I matism Pains TEe Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
Polities ali-jfeotuetlujes causes a reunion was all along believed that he 1 i
cess cf
of old 'il'A. and it is the latter was strengthened in MO doing by the Hood. due

that this article tells about. spirit and it was only through his kidney trouble. ;
.
s; In the memorable campaign: of 1895, divine attributed that he was enabledto Kidney trouble causes quick ,

when J. N. C. Stockton saw the com endure a fiat of such great dura heart they had teats heart, and trouble makes because one ; ;;;&;!' :J!. ::,

ing crash of the Call forces, he rushedto tion. over-working in pumping ::: 7'iJj 4'. R .
.
.
:Mallory, and thus defeated W. D. In 1870 Dr. H. A. Tanner proposedto poisoned blood through veins c.5.;:):. '-_'"' .""'(-tJ I ,
It used to be .. ...... : : -
Chipley for the United States senate perform the same wonderful feat of considered that; ; .P : I rJf 1.

While the colors of Chipley went physical endurance. but troubles now modern were to science be traced proves to /?\ 1. .IVJr ......'.-1.-:5. i..S. eer f

trailing l III the dust, the result, sound People were incredulous and all constitutional diseases have : : A L I

ed the political death knell of Call. watches were appointed to see thatno ning in kidney trouble.If *

The old senator at once turned his fraud was perpretrated. you are sick you can make .tj GA lC} t
,
by first doctoring -
back on Stockton. He believed that Keperters visited him daily and his and the extraordinary your effect kidneys.of 1" ,

Stockton went too soon to Mallory. fast was made the chief topic of the S\ur.,-Root. the great "' ; ',

He believed, in spite of the marvelous! newspapers at the time. soon realized. It stands the : f! l it1.1
wonderful pure
: cures of the most
fight made by the ChipleyUe he Much to the astonishment: of the
and is sold on its merits o
could yet win. The ex-senator in defeat medical profession and the world in .
all
by druggists n 1fty- ,:.,... ::: :: ,
went about. cherishing the hope I It. general he completed his great fas-t centandone-dollarsiz- : r
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t. fora reinstatement, butlt nevercawe.t without any very serious results. es. You may have a :: '' ROLLS FROM: Only the best

t For six long years Wilkinson Call Wherein it is stated that the voiceof sample bottle by mail Home OUR OVEN material goes Planter full l
Rye
free also pamphlet telling you into tbw oven and quarts, .J
f and Jonn Stockton were political and one of the prophets preaching was out If you have kidney or only the per bottle . . . .$1.56 -t\
f per.-nal enemies. heard distinctly by an army counting !! Mention this paper when writing
did k Co., Binghamton N. Y. :BEST BREAD Fern Hill Rye, full quarts,
: "They not speak as they passedby of many thousands it was thought
," and people remarked how polio that the prophet bad been invented rolls (,ut. It i is delightfully: crisp and 1 per bottle. . . . 1.50 I
wbotewMiie! A few
feline buttered
\ tics could often cut the friendship with miraculous\ gifts and his voice DR. heal in itself l and almost a* nutritious 1s* a Henderson, made spring '95 I

cords carried with it the voice of inspira a. lJIe t.I full quarts. . . . 1.50'I
: A surprising thing, however, wag I Orders for Bread, etc., can be moresatNfxftonly Hunter Rye 1.50 I
k witnessed in this city yesterday-John tion.Hut Mr. in hU i marvelous CHILL TO tilled l y
Bryan,
Chesapeake Club. . . .25 .
Stockton and Wilkinson Call arm in campaign of 1896 frequently beatd
A positive permanent and safe .BEtiUS' BAtiERY Pilgrimage . . . .25 _
f arm. Today they are together again. in the open air by as many as twenty- .,
Chills Contains
The enemies of each tell of "barriers thousand and Fewer. no Pullman . . . . 1.00
!! persons.It Tonic, Anti-Periodic, Appetizer an ,
,
Than ,
f burned away." is related of Samson; that betook ener for pale,sickly envies and ch by Z.I 1' irt.t, 't 1.,1. Keystone Rye, gal. . .S .OI

r What is the direct cause of this: re- the doors of the gate of the cityof Brings the glow to faded checks; Belle 2.5 }'t
children fat tad
hearty.
conciliation. Gaza and carried them on his Tablet form; tasteless; easy to Phosphate Rye. . . 3.50 '

f. Jail, carrying the weight of years, shoulders to the top of the hill that is Price 50 ctt. Trial flOTINANYTBOSTMany Puritan Rye. . . . tOO
i' but who for eighteen years represented before Hebroo. :
Florid( in the United States senT Again he broke the tithe with Dr.Aleiander'a Liver Regulator newspapers hat'Ia.t"ly given currency Strauss' '76 Rye. . . 5.50
ness,Torpid Liver,Constipation, >reports by irresponsible
the
parties W
ate is a biter hater, and only a few which his wrists: were bound aa a Price 23: Centi. Fur lilt ) effect Turkey Mountain Corn, gal .T5 '

i mouths ago he issued au open state thread of tow U broken.Fraucella fHENEWHOME SEWING MACHINE CO Murray Hill Corn. . . 2.50) : ''.h'

ment to the people of Florida denouncing the who ii Win. AnJ..rsllI Druggist entered Old Harvest Corn. '
strong man a trust or combination; wa wish 0 0. 3.50 fOld
t Stockton. traveling with! Hi Henry's minstrel! 1 !..assure the public that there Is no truth in Harvest Corn bottle. 1.00
'uehrepirta. We have been ,
-;-- : Stocktou is now a candidate for the show lifts a 2'W-lb')( woman seated in a r ewing machines for over a.quarterola manufacturing centu- Strauss' '
full
?G Rye '
.! United States eenat" While be chair m mid air with his teeth tosses! ,and have established a reputation for our- quarts .,, I

I. never spoke unkindly of the old ex- a 243.lb dumb bell from hand to hand ( and. Our our"machiat.">ir Home"that is the machine envy of has lOtithen. per bottle. LoU <

: senator during the breach between as a child would a rubber ball and been rivaled 81 a family machine.-It e

1 i' them, he tiiJeavored to keep out of Snaps asunder bar of iron with his tandeattheheadofallhigh' ,and stands on 1L oirn tirade merits.sewing e

,1: .. his:: way, because he knew how bitter naked hands:: as if they were made of ".leir Home" f. thronly really

f. Call's dislike was. brittle wood. Seeds J1IG1I GRADE Sewing Machine

The people of Florida will be surprised The more man is developed intellectually are planted by fainter: on the market. -" Read
r out ""role,.er woo Una It Is not necessary for us to enter Into a trust I
'I at the reconciliation. ami physically the more the -'I':- pMleiruncnting It save our credit or pay any debts all we have
; Politics, at best, causes many wonderful things; recorded in the p.y.t'nrv tu 'pay t and S traparratdraI'iureattheharvra.little morofur debts to pay. We have never entered into

.; changes. scriptures thought to bo miraculous r7 c' Vaiers. 1SOS ved A..n All.. heap petition machines with that manufacturer are made to of sell low grade Our
rrgarl-
t (
postpaid fff to all appli<>&
; -' Whito Man Turned Yellow. disappear and are seen to be within D. M. FERRY & CO.i of any Intrinsic merits Do not be de
Detroit Mich.MANUFACTURERS. ,when you want a wwini machine don't
f Great consternation was felt by the the reach of man's wonderful capac-< nd your money away from home; call on a"ell' Price ListBefore

friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lei-ing- Home" Denier, he can sell you atter
i'y.It machine for less than I4lI i I:
I you can purchase ulfCt
; ton, Ky.: when they saw he was turnIng WHS thought to have been a great where. If there U: no dealer! near"you You Ia' ; ===s

} yellow. Ifisrkinslowly: changed I nctiietement when with the use of the .S. direct to us.
O. Danker
e 0 0AY
;/ color, also his eyes, and he suffered cable a message could be eent around rIENEWHQMESEWINGMACHINECOORANGE

}: terribly. His malady was' yellow the world, now these messages are :, MASS. Buy Whiskies: 4 r i

jaundice. He was treated by the best;; tiring sent without wire'" and if our aw York, Chicago, ILL.Louis,Mo., AllanGIL. -
t, U, Dallas Tex., ban Francisco. Cal.
doctors, but without benefit. Then he knowledge: of chemistry continues it f &,1 U"I

: was advised to try Electric Bitters, the will be po -ilrle far u* to feed a multitude ;, ; F:

,\ wonderful stomach: and liver remedy, of more than five thousandmen ... I/ ;tt"" ,"1 r\. iI ,- Tt : I
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...-- and he writes: 'After taking two hot besi-Us) women and children, on J.

( ties I was wholly cured. A trigprovee 1 leis than five loaves and two fi,hes<. I f r- +i S HARYESIih'G; MACHINE STRAUSS & CO.WHISKIES .
't9 FPjt \ \
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matchless merit for all atom- :
ach, liver and kidney troubles. Only The Boot is on the Other Foot.It n (f ,iitti.jtJ",, -. M. ; : COMPANY. .
was quite a compliment to the editor of tlJeH..rald .J."" .- :
25c. :Sold > .. ,;. J.J"\ "
by the Anti-Monopoly Drug that one of his editorial; should have -- ;
r been mistaken as baying been written by Hon. a-- ;
F. D.
P00 ES
Store. "" R
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frank Hams the versatile editor of the Ocala
;Zt:
(tanner. The mistake was made by Editor ?1 E Y OCALA at
FLORIDA
The U. S. civil Service eomluf-Sion Uilsou of the Tim s-l"niou and Citizen 10 ,
thtt for tin Monday's edition of that splenlid newspaper. AT WHOLESALE
reports
>enr ending June -Punta Corda Herald. PRICES'
30 1902 there DooricStalc, *.: l'
were 14.9&3
< persons aj This paper ho doubt was the cause
pointed from its rt'git l'tI. This was of Elitor Wi'son falling into the I and liuiltling:;. (

4 CftI j! morn than was ever before appointed above error, and the Ocala Banner Window *_1? Fancy / Y n. ,1a .

in a single year. Anyone fWls entirely complimented thereby A Specialty-. 1 + liil J, II. Iri6: s. Pres. Ewer Trjira, ". Prss. J. C. iIiaJ: Sea.-less.

wishing mforuialinii: about these posh.f i. Editor Jordan is one of the keenest I Purchase our make,

: lions can secure it free by writing for intellects on the Florida press and Guarantee Superior to

the ('ivilst'rvicl' announcement of the one of its most graceful and forceful Sold South and

Columbian Correspondence College, writers. Save Money Y// H. BRIGGS HARDWARE CO

Washington, D. C. The commission Simple Colds.Cea.e Offace and Warerooms..StreetCharleston King: Op:> i W'i,
will hold examinations to
secure to be simple, if at all! prolong .
young men and women for these ed. The safest way 13 to put them ... .. .. As before stated, 1 have on baud a '
places during March and April, at Old of one and two-hoi mowers, VALDOSTA GA.HADWAE
Jacksonville, Key West and Tampa. aside at the beginning. Ballard'sHorehound Harvest sickle grinders and repair- '1
syrup stops a cold and removes North Carolina and shall have iu the next ten &.,
Many people do not know that these
I the cause of colds, 25c, 50e, a car load of reapers, binder,
appointments are made without and
political every part pertaining
and :1.00a bottle at
AntimonopolyDrug
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influence and that a large share CORN make harvesting a success. =--"" :r
I Store, m Remember
that the McCormick
of them are filled by those having
is the only right hand machine
only common school education, but Florida Phosphate Market. Is the very best the market, and should you buy

such is now the case The Florida market, both for hard is genuinely old. other, you are pure to be disap
.
Best Liniment on Earth rock and pebble, i It' io good shape teed four years old We defy and challenge the world to !

Henry D. Baldwin, Stipt. City The demand for Florida land pebble, void of fusel oil. us in the h',rvect field. There
WaterVotka while most decided through the year: the place to show what your ma
Shullsburg, Wis., j i
from foreign sources, has also been Awarded Gold are. Call and see me and I
writes; "I hive tried many kind of that will
give points interest
liniment but have fairly active from interior domestic 1898 you Mill and Turpentine i
l1t" received as First and nave you money. Every Supplies
much benefit until 1 used:: Bollard's: points, and the tone all around for gold will be put up and
Snow Liniment for rheunutUtu' and pebble ia firm and advancing. Hard It has that old before it is turned over to you.

pains. I think it the best liniment on rock is very steady, and the output that a judge of Pure Old ] F. D. POOSER, Agent. 1 t

eanu." tae, SOc, and $1.00 bottle at five, with mu shipments from the Carolina Corn -Whisky- 3-IS-dlt-wlm .

the Anti-Monopoly Drufcl tore. m ord.ports.-Baltimore Manufacturers Kec- I I ciates. Largest and Oldest

Judging from the appearance of 81.00 per quart; $2.50 0,
Wkit's Your Face Worth f
r several of our newspapers Florida is full quarts-Full : T. MURPHY Turpentine Supply House ..J
enjoying a marked degree of prosper- Sometimes! a fortune, but never, i if Ocala.

ity. Last week the 15rtow Courier- you have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced I
In
Informant had a big twentyeightpnge look, moth patches and blotcheson STRAUSS & CO., Georgia.Southern.
the skin-all signs of liver trouble .'
trade edition, the Jacksonville for Ocala Fla. Machine and Iroi l orksa ""' '''' =-::>'I
Times-Union, a thirty-two pave Sun. But Dr. King's New Life Pills give )

the i clear skin, rosy cheek, rich complex
day paper, Daytona Gizelte-Xews / Agents for
Increased Its eize iu order to a<'Como ion. Only :25;! cents at AntiMonopolyDrug NOTICE f
/Store.: 6 lira* tutu Itron/o C'u..ting a
late its the
advertisers Tampa Tribune Notice Application fw Tax Deed
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the pride of south Florida, badiUl The yule log is burning- -with great lion S of Chapter 1,awe of *: Machine and PatH-rn RIXFORD TURPENTINE AXES. t t.1

sixteen pages filled to overtlowlngwith cheeriness at the home of editor Jos. 1 OTIlE Robt.: Bullock IS ,HEREBY purchaser of Tax\' Shops Mariiioaiul Itail

good things, while the Ocala H. C. Pratt, of the Leesburg!! Commercial No 3371 dated the ;th day ol road lU'pair. -. '
has filed said I
Banner's sixteen" pages were teemingover i l. On l last: eduesday: he (led to bas ify)made application certificate for tax deed in r

with the big holiday announcements the matrimonial altar Mrs. Jennings cordance the following with law.described said property cerUacate to to 617 E. Bay' St JaCltson'iII.1 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERFULLY OIJOTE9 1 '

s of her live merchants. Last, Cottrell, a charming woman of that: Marion t ounty Honda, to-wit i

but not least the Jacksonville:: Metropolis city. We hope the )life j around his Commencing 16 27 chains west of ; ---- -- -- --
chainsouth ul north ------ --- --
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:at corner ot ---------
had for a :Saturday tditicu domestic hearthstone may always be township 15. range 22 thence
forty pages. How is that! for an example happy as a Christmas north 95 said feet, west jio feet, south 95
song.; the : land being assessed at
r of Florida journalistic enter A Card of Thanks. the Mrs.issuance John Ealton of such certificate_ in r To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures Crip ,t ,

l'riflt!?PAlatka Herald. Unless said certificates shall be la Two Days.oa .
Mr. W. B.lcConn: wishes to ex- cording to law tax dredwill be .. ,
For surveying call at ollice of J. E. tend I'i"e"f'f. 'It tlnnrs to the many rn' the and day of February A. D. Toko Laxative Bromo Quinine Tatiets.! A I'll i
\\tines* my official sisnature and every!
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{ Builey, Gary-Aguew, block or by friends *uu SJ kijdl} aJuiiauioied to 1st d"yot January A. D, 1903. Seven Minion boxes sold in post 12 months. This Signature '(!). /c..v" bog. ZSC.a
z ail, box 70, Ocala. :Fla. M-2t his wife during her last illness. 1-1 (Seal cetk:) Circuit Court S.Marion T. : I II I .

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THK O;'ALA B.- ti : Nat, JANUARY; !9. 1903 'I

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PROSPECTS FOR 1903. those !thirty milts stand in our wayf THREE CROOKS CAPTURED. ;

t becominir a great inland fily? II! PART OF THE AMERICAN INVASION .of. .of. "' I DEATH PENALTY P I IS

fear yearn liavt* tohcwu 1111&1buoUlb Lt us l.on..Nllt" ourselves during Soma Bad Men T'Ken In row by Police ,
'fbrpalt I
is rich iu re-ourw. Aiunla the year 1003 to tbe work of buiUing :I American typewriters in Uganda of MemphltMemphI I

:' I *, Te;in., Jan. 8.-Three PAID BYMURDEREH
ftiidquipping! H railroad to the St. American telephones u-ed abroad. Ii

'Florlda diatly rti rich In |,li *pl nIP, kaolin John* rivt-r, tberebyeoininaiidiug I he !I,, I Ann.ri l'xu Jilitalll.ohl in Ireland. I I':' Georre giving their P.ogtrs names and 63 Thomas John FJtelle.1 JiF

;'nd- otlMrdrlr0'rtts; Alabama, Garcia, freight situation and begin upon a American cl >thing .oJ,111J England.Americnn : I

3 !Sortb Carolina, \'..t Vircinia I and career of commercial Nupr-wart'. I. cunnipwue drank in b'rauce. I II officers were arrested on Main Tuesday street and by six from police articles Paul Woo ward l AG gad at ;!

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l'1'Dn are rich in coal, iron and If we play our cards judiciously we A lU-riII" coal l co'isume I at Newcastle.American II found in the pc iccsion of the Camden, .\.T. J .r;

er oreM: T..xll.8 la rich in oil, mid ran fpiicMv develop Ocala! into a city I i. c
.. .i.tt tterj. eouthrrn state l ix rich in wrniOiir *- An Old Timo Row in This Office.A .\IUt'ri,;tn n.on- y I.IIY" ? ip..n"Hiti
product. II A.IIHICiU. hinders, on th- Ieppn of R.Kvo.t.American The men came to Jlempiia Sunday MURDERED TWO YOUNG BOYS. H

t'4)ltlncU'. land produce abundantly; our lone time sRo, K>on after teeOrnU Rhine i wine "z+ufed"' in Germany.Americtn from Joneiboro Ark., gaafiow.d by a r
Banner fir t ptahlMitd I'' After Ee.ng Convicted of Murder In .1.1t
was
> Kansas City detective. Tte> officer
'A (bwomine more and more tin plate: s"/flnl/ (\rdiir Wnl v.American .
butt are the Washington band prfss flew its ; i th. et once notified the police: d,raJ ciect First Cearee an Appeal! Was Mada +
j aud our climate and lahor I bri.lgt- spanu Chung/ouiif in ]turmR.I' I Ito
jwtle,
frisker and the following dispute m- and the house nher the mta lodged
vndldousarefrvnrablr for carrying: i Ii' Aiii>Tic tn coton n 11 11..10"1. coiisunit-d ;iti Ell!Ii nd.Armrietn tlC Pardon Board 3ut It Refused ;t}
sued : has been closely juried Eillr .
and mauufactorrlndustiwf I p,+rut me.lirin-s -old! in part of the world.}
mining every t te to Take Action.
Any
oil fuming, "JUar ye hear e But for me The three men !left the house together f
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cheaply. eijuip Ird| trolleyt-liiiep4- the l'srarnidiorEgypt. i i
and immediately arrested. #
the Banner could not bej>sued pl.hWE'tk. were Camden :. J., Jan. 8.-The crime
I AtuericiU
Florida, pt rbi( *, Is wore 'sourc>- ." Iwomotives running on American rails in Mberia. '! One man endeavored to escape, but a
I for which Paul Woodward
paid
today
other southern state.gbeU Ameri'-an windmills pump water for irrigation purpo.-ts iu '! shot from an officer brought him to
i aov 'i
tbd "J ust bear that," SUM-reed a caste of B.un'I''I', the death penalty was the murder oaNov. .j
not only rich valuable mir.- bay. |i iAineriian i prompt surrender. On ting search'
Bourgeois the window. 1. last of John CoSa. aged 11.
but her lakes and rivers, over .y built pleasure yacht o-AHfd by the Emperior of Gr- |I. fd a half pint bottle of nltro glycer-
deposits,
and 14.
Price
erl! : Jennings, aged
"'hE-re wou'd be the but far .ii
contribute largely tot paper mall} 'h'' Ice was found on each of tee three
,arena tad if'lf, i-s The toys disappeared from tteirto6s t.
j/eroppnrtunitirsand in the oonvtrlion type "p'' American linotype machines and priutiug pre.3 used in Eut:- I j.; xen and earh wa.s heavily &nnel. Aa Oct 1, gad their bodiss trere .
'
And they never printed a pnpr |: i! l 1111.,1. !'I"; :autflt of fuses caps bar soap and .
timber into lumber, crot.- found !lc the woods near Hadiiea
of her
yet without ink," addtd the roller iu :,,,,1 j Amt-ricao /Hour made) in Ohio for the trend baked atier articles were also found.
and rosin, the has H mine ofweaJth. iu Paketin. I!: Heights, 6 miles from here, Oct. 4.

i ( a fLluj-lnd-lIInl..s vidiv."Well |: | .A'uH'ltOngin .-rl plan! the brides and rnilwajn in F.nrnpranrouulrirs. i'i' Previous to the discovery of the .

= there are immense po"sibi1l, I don't want to appear tcotistual j', I ': DEMAND NEGRO RESIGNATIONS. bodies Woodward had yoga to the z

Theo ," observed a bundle of white Antrr desks and home of young CoCn and said ne !:
the rehabilitation of her orange ;: C n baMne.-s feystcuj files mate iu Ohio ued in I. Whits People Want the Black Postal
tie In paper !lying ou the tl fIr: "but if you i i'' Europe. could find the boy if a suitable reward -!
aDd the suet!ful cultivation '! Clerks to Give Up Jobs.
graver, knew how hard it w&.+ f..r the editor : I' was offered. This cast suspicion np-
American bonnes told :
,
r-orl.it.lt in
velvet bean, ca nava, Japanese many foreign countries. New Orleans, La., Jan. 8.-The excitement
of the to rai H the ca.b to buy me, you'd on him. and on investigation It was
;nd Pimilar product, seem to American engines made in Cincinnati and sold nil over Euroj over the closing of the post-
learned that he had been In
wnfl seen company
imagine I was of pome little account
1 and! ; :countries.I I office at Indianola. Miss., by President
point Florida out a* the wining stwkriWngfttto with the !lads on tha day of their
around here."Oentlemen. Amerii-au motoiaieu rate American Roosevelt is spreading over the south.
I {iol electric ,
of the Union. | street railway disappearance wad had
s I mat the three
(
.d !Jtd fire received here
j
< impRingsi I i IIIIt'slll! Korex. 'I''I'i Special dispatches
winter tourist state Florlj i purchased pies near whero the murder
And, 89 **, m a lII1ir.lt''oi"t i "I d"-n't : American cutlery shipped into Sheffield show that white people living along
.11l1IwA'ii! and! fir!t. Her wilubriooa Englind's cutlery oiauuAmerican ; was committed Woodward was
a own nil the mater tots IL town, NitifthechH ': f.4t.tur lH I the lines of the Alabama and Vicksburg -
city. subsequently arrested.An .
clins* e and iiearneHS to thetcenlPrenf >rs. .ho.)1 ill, stick, nmllet, : the Vicksburg, Shreveport and
: in
of
U-H England the
paper by Enjrlisb newspapers.mtiicttu anlysis boys' stoaacis
clue h Nashrilla
opiiUtion, "rjn i Pacific the Louisville and
glUt quoin1 nod art self were to grr oft"on .-\ furniture shipped to every country iu Kuroj.. j showed that trey died from arsenical
ralifornh have demanded
"v'r or Southern railways
dv.ntlute any t and the
a piriiir! I'H like to see the lUtiii no poisoning. The police learned that
state ; Amrie u huathil.a fight the Cattle of Japan, Russia aud othtr I the immediate resignations of
oflhejflii'hern to |.ins.- \\ouid !" I foreiirn countries. I Woodward had Bought arsenic a few
b. of good cheer .' negro postal clerks running oa. those
Hr (oj'l" Mmuld The Gordon j.Ll..r, U)x stole and .! .\IUt.1 iean t ,ilers iu.stalled in the Ciua.lian sugir I,eet factories.Auicncau ;I i :' roads. So far no violence has bee days prior to the boys' disappearance!

Hr powibilitie are. wry day beron .t\>ral nf the irallej-s were pet'inc; thrashers fold in Kurope, Aria, Africa and ruth Ameriea. I i reported. and upon Gavin; been iadicted by the

+!rR 1"lu"lities.Tb ready-toehip wlsen the uliur cntered grand Jury was clued oa trial and

OIllhok I I. enrnurxgiu!. convicted cf. murder in the first degree
I
and llt..ktll the can; >e of the row. Americau radiaiorsiniUlled in the palace the Mikado of Japan i COAL LAND SALE
The fart trm hrrriilrogd)" nre beingrpnirtiNf i .
The mailer UH.H explained liy thecool
American dynamos light the streets and operate tn" electric mil. After being sentenced Carscn.
by Judge ?-
and further andre I
( further ;
aid unlisuteduiHiinrr Men Investing Money
cutter in a Paint Pennsylvania
way of nearly all Europe.
an appeal! ewe the
was to
par-
mH hprleW'plp"rli
>t'lnlhC'tlC'r equipped, .
I In Tennessee.Iicaxv111e
and thediir replied : American locomotives, to the number of 100 den board
the
sold iu England in afciiigle !; "n r-otsml of Insanity,
Vf. H.
t..ltC'r |> trontz-d l. are in- Tenn., Jan. 8-
Kncb Hiid every one of you 1ir'al but the board refUEed
year. to take
dflMl (tht A. brighter and hotter day and all Ii h: Buttram announces that Brown & Co.. any ECtlon. -
ued in your respective p'acv-i, American pharmaceutical and bioligical products sold all .
over the of Scranton Pa., have purchased a
,(tdtr-ninc. :!n to help' i iue the lending{ j>:'per of world. II in Scott coun Counsel for the r-rosacutlon clafai- I
of coal lands
I large tract ,
It is not sx> difficult to obtain moneyeltherto ed that Woodward
had
this t'Ollltydr'ulationht'n( acipuiairent American agricultural implements sold jn every civilian foreign 'l' ty Tennessee, for which $?1OW was poisoned tto
carry on Rre>t indu!trixl l alon 6otH boys for the purpose of robbery. / ;
copies
rfiinc.s ?) : country. II paid. The price was at the rate of
fOtfrpri in Ihp ninth a+ it once The boys had $10 in their possessionwhen '.
wood taken on sutn-eriptiou liS lure- ; American ,shoes made iu
Cincinnati
: are worn by thousand of d' from $12 to $15 per acre.
and then theo enterpri>q 'HI' they left home, but when the
TO "
t"fllrt'. Europruus iu their unties lands.AmericNU Another party In Scranton Pa., has
Doilies
1J1 bPlndpvl'lool'IIiO rnpMlv tW the I' were found the pockets did not
of similar
purchased a large tract
and coal!
1 math Is i hecomins J lew and less dependent How it Gets and Spends Its Money. rlllwlI'S-1U bridges Germany.handling machineryelrvaur3amlautoutxtie I lands for which $17,000' was r.d. ItIs contain! a penny.Steamer .

upon other swtion for thU (feature of the forthcoming i railroad fill be .
An interesting understood that a
American rash doors and other
: woodwork sold in England Struck a "Deadhead.
pat sitter of commerce rrlNrt of thf Mate trisur I i-> ; ana built from Pioneer, on the Knoxville
; other foreign iouiurieAmriiuu -*. i I Ala.
Mobile. Jan. 8. The steamer
Indiwttiftn are that the building of that -,rt relation to the eduruiuunliustiruiiunsof I :' and Ohio. Into the first tract.
p 1! uo-l wot king and if.n"orr.io James Carney plying between Mobila
; I
j machinery of
canal and other
the isthmus {great ,ih. ntate.urrrofthe '1 every }
;, kind !.ltl in nearly every foreign roun.'ry.: of Malls.Marietta and points on the eastern shore of
will Fraudulent Use
Indnstml enterprises producer Thrfate tree u'rr i is t'x.ut1ido trtl1.- : I.i :lab.ia bay, truck a submerged "dead
=== --- =- 8.-Mrs. Laura
=
=- 0. Jan.
= .
pM pomnn-fi'UI tran.s'onnatiwisnd =- ,
Florid .\!rirtdtural C ul.i. I Ii lirgeaiid l- ----- -- head" in the river this morning at 9
Miller alias
., alias Laura ,
It will be l-fore --- --; ---- Stackhouse
nor many yi acv :1I.'all'l o'clock
i Kkj t"rilllt"111I'iou I Int on her trip to Mobile and stovea

th,bottom rail will find its place at I"k. Cny. The"taterrrrivcstnrnl. GHner Farm. !! HeRape delivered a Verv |nt"r-i Irene Monsell.today for of u&icg this the city malls was for arrested big hole in her bow The boat began

the t >p, __ the Unite l f:1 faire, under nh ,.-t < tf'ligrtis \\V1I. the liolid-ixs are gone and ; s.' inu .ermon to the pwpidof tVtarir fraudulent purposes in advertising to fill rapidly, and the pasasagera

THE GOOD LORD HELPS THOSE WHO approved August o''!>I. IblK, +'wry body h>t. 'oriiiuen<'l work j ja I ( ive church Sunday. that she is seeking a husband and extorting were ordered &ft "on the upper deck.

HELP THEMSElVES the mm of JiVKK) iiuuiully. TMs i, :!in in earnest for a iroo-1 crop this ;i U.VCLE JOE. money from applicants. She She soon began to sink, and the captain

known us Lt,. Mornll Fuud, mid is y.ar. t ttile. ] has confessed. She went to the post- crdered full speed on, and ma
given by the United Stareto aid ill Kuf.tnl r.ei'ner irrvo a barn I China as a Paradise. office this morning working the combination bcachad.for shallow The water, where she was

Just fr 0"'" *', s>reu rir H .n. C. the siipH>rt i if ''tiille:es" of a-rrict.i'ttr-- r.-.ising l Ills! week. A great many ,-f I i. :1 oared pef-simisMc i philosopher in on a box, got ktters and receipted to tu?s and passengers brought were to the transferred city.No .

M. rtnnvn went to week unaided anti ." The ninoiiiu 1- ''he! Di'iL'hb >r*> came iu and helperi. j i <..rillllny llS! down for money order letters for
au!l ine.-lianu' ari | the mnsim tint lives were lost, although a number
rebuilt the Oc. 11\ louse( the h1tutu.lgricultur"l )[Williim Jones and ftmi1hit v. j if Irene lIon!I1. Her business baa
i y'I of
the
t-q UJ lIy Iii V i.lnllltl ern ; rPrPtxeeverythin: in the (*- the passengers were badly frigrteted. -
Isle three florins in height, not College for \ hi.c &:u moved into their new bmae j II t, order of civilization you will have prt'llt been very extensive throughout offi The EtE'uIerII be raised

including-Ihtr H "d I ru iol-i. i- hull! deui: ", nt I".ke City, and the Kiav: "Tr. ErmorJC! pe and Misscn> FlC- I I bp ct 'I'1tllrtf ,,n the road of perfection.j United States thousands, and government of dollars have and plsd on the dock for repairs.

OH rirk; anti ., r. kll.'S m-roM* ail euUr. I. XIrtllK111.1II1 ludiii'rial.wl fur colurrd sir 'ant and .Anni richer hawrt' i j i ",fur present civilization is an esacfi cials been gathered say in this a zy. Tae exact damage has not yet been

block. MlUdrll:3xt'1'xillilL'N .e> 'urind ii> their hmiit nt Iiia>'imrn .-, |I i i i !M.version i of progros" bills d:termired.
has.l,
H" 1Mflftt I'lItMHJI' kllli 6ustur.a nl"! inmi I lICuito.1 after visiting i fr.en-ts: a>>d r--lativea i;i 1 -Mement. Conference.
-orU'M Baseball
Thn grate > Date for Joint Reply of the Powers. -
men were willing to risk Lit judo j beer during the holi.|lxy I1 |I I
!
This Herr
>tate., under an act r-f l'OIl philoaipher ought to !"'r ,,0 Cincinnati, Jaa. Charmaa Berlin Jan. 8.-That portion of the

ment.lailayaii'. ynssapprovedJaroti2: bS7. ilii r4ua: \1 r. F..! Miriam and aifr h'/c* time in m.Htiie in ciii,,*. Tl.e Chinese mann, of the National League Peace joint reply! of the powers to Venezuela

., mor. I.luylr balmy >f $$15ua Hiinuall>. Thi" is known. returned tit Madi>on, after t>*'ding do everything tar kw:1r.l. commission, stated today that he senta suggesting a settlement, without arbitration

4 thin thute we no*' enjoy, the people the hnli.laitll Ira J. It. Griner. They letter Yesterday to President Ben
, the Hatch FUllII, sod M u cd ut th rp\'prAA the u.ulIl orJfrof cirilfztionexacilv. only goes so far as to offer to

ofM riou county got together; and Kxjfriaieut >t tion at I.:ike U \', Thev were awtmpanlfd hv XlisPeirl Thryrompletelyincerarnur! Johnson, of the American Baseball treat on the settlement out of corset

erert d Su Xpinilion building us ilirection of the ire.isurer of the iriuer: who will attend w'hn+dar methosaid) league at Chicago, letting everythingto after the payment of $335,030 to each
under are therefore
,
fir along far fixing a date tor the
eUlu\u-di.lu III" M'idUiin.Mr. him so as power. This reservation
>' wan agricultural remains as
.
Florida Aer.cultur l C >!l'g according to this Oerman's otithe
f hall at the CYntennial Celebration I'rl'tIlool hv, of Gwhanivillf theory, conference is cpncerEed. Hernnana the fixed and caly condition precedent
The funds fur the supx| rt of the road of perfection.Note could the national
he
get
S3.dh2.t!
arbitration
Philadelphia in 1S7G. and ancshitition uns here re+ ntlv looking forUnd to or negotiations direct
gave ,.
Flllrkngn uhul'l.1 College HI : El'rJlJI..UI /- first that the Chines members tojfcthor at once when
league for
com a supplementary
with claw pawpoints agreement. T-9
a to caa'incr his lilt
of the btaU-'s i4Khii-t.u
.; ]> i>iiiio an- .!."...l troiu he to the "OlIilstt.'hJ of the Johnson fixes the date, *nd that the German sovertajeut would ssvch prefer '
that U"'t1,1 welcome tetra
b.lII versutcebern approached United States appropriations lilt n mnnntr north. national members had full and final to close up the matter. by cesctutons -
P gad I i wid heiu.iny brAn it is Mr. \Vnrreu 1lilli!an is preparing
yt-Hrx tunitil uiiuve, fp'ai the ute al( pro Th* men wear skirts and the rower : through Minister Towen. while
to bis: Ilitnie three lUili-x \\on _
j eittll+l.i l. to move tleW
from interetl on l">adowiuil m, trou'fn.Tlie the blockade continues, thin withlraw
i After tbe fttiiiininj deniorriliHiiotiof priations, nest of Anthony, which he purchased North Alabama Poultry Show. the blockade and adjust the clars
C'ullt-g"! men wear their
Agricultural hair
;f; our petiple by the los of the orange by tltli from )Ir. L. ( rt't'u.Ir. .. long and HunUvIUe. Ala, Jan. 8.-The annual through the Hague tribunal.
women
wear t heir's
collected
funds
Fund, and from incidental : jillis and short. stock exhibit of .
i. tim by the jjrriit freeze und tilt family are moving The poultry and pet ---

crash! the auk; inspired by the at the college; and station to the Jno. D. Leitner place. men e.rry on dressmaking and the Xorth American Poultry! and Pet
t. [ the
'Ihe receipts for the year liK)2) \>tnIiiieresi : women carrv burden. began here yester Deputy Counsel General III.
fnthu-iasm of one iiinn, I[on. H. W. Mr. Aden! Marsh, of Ztar.-!!tills, Stock association
on Ijonds in fund jS.951 ; was visitinir relatives here last week. The spoken! kngua-re. of China ii day There are several hundred fine Paris, Jan. 8.-Vice and deputy co-
the
Long of the
f eople re-
county United States appropriation, Morrill not written nnd the written lanu fowls and animals in the show and it sel General Edward B. MacLeac Jj
girded their l iu and JacksonvilleIn \'j"M WillieIurrhy gave a NewYear's ce
i +> at ill
critically of acute pneumonia which
J.
not F.
lv jpokpn.nook' held here.
fund
1 latch Sl-VKW; I is the largest ever
fund : .5I)1'
I 1901, an J a,'inat Like City in ; dance to a number of her of College Park Ga., hasbeen begun with a light attack: o' s''Pe a
i-'J7,3oo.lM: ); in -idcutul are re rn backward and Marshal,
what
f 1902 the tir t for the Mate Mppropmtinus young friends. The jounp people Pneumonia
raptured prize fiyi.4''J; ire call foot notes engaged to act as Judge. week ago. Developed yestKdry -
collected are
l rest county exhibit at the afore fair.lUhowed funds tripped the fantastic toe until thewry inserted the evening and his condition gas

that there wag life iu the making a total of $SIlO.'J.7., The dire smnll hours of Ulorni"g before the tan The Af the page: Buford Municipal Election.Buford. pronounced to be dangerous. Ha
Chinese
l.iu.ifiueuU were made Uonurr4nto cb rrd. of "11au. Swei-t linnie" surname cornea first In showed no improvement today and his
oil land-it only nmled some one to + a resounded inteid Ga., Jan. 8.- a closely

arousx tt into a'ti virJ. drawn ou the treasurer by order of the Tlien ev. ry "o,lv "xrr.tiw.JI of lasi. contested election for mayor in this physicians held a consultation. Dep

trustees of the Klori-U Asriciilturaiollege. ; I The rhi"ot hkp their own hand C. Shadburn the ty Consul General General J. G. AUi
Sot many imtous have waned since th+-ir joy and bid the ehariiin; h\;tess I city Hon. Thomas
Tallahassee Cs p'.tal. I instead of the hinds of tho elected ty a majorityof son Bow en is absent In the United '
l few men gut toi -tht-r and h would greet. States on a sick leave leaving Consul
lIon W W. Wilson editorof
I ,
must have a raw tract. The cost iu would I give auothi in the near fnuire.JCWE. 10 over
"I hear men apeuk coutiuually al! I : The Chines dn I in white at fun- The Plow Boy The following General Gowdv without guy important i
round figures was t-tiiiatwi at live : cSciab to "ssist him in the
most
thousand going; to a better worlJ, rather than : eraLand in mourning at wedding, were electe councihsen: S. J. try

dolltrsi. of its coming; to throb Hut in that : G.itervdle Items. while eld women alway Ilusha,11'.1. Buice. O. St. Bennett and ing period Oi Die year.
serve as
At the nest lIIt't'tillf the Iwuml of Ev ) in little Dcatoa.j Charres_ Ajaintt _
prayer, which they have straight rything pleavaut our bridesmaids N. G. e-/-ycr.

:'.. trade the committee appointed to from the lips (if the light of the world l, burg at present.Oat The Chinese 'auneb their ve;.eN j -, Huntsville Ala., Jan. 8.-Charles J.
Solicit KuWrii'tionftniK>nucd that planting is the rdtr now and side Woman Fattally Stifcbed. j jj Stan, n pioniaent young attorney of

the amount was fully Mibwribed and there is not uuy thing{ about going to will! be for Kevt-nil ilxys as every from ways the end mount their horsed i j Chicago. Jan. 8.-Joha Capitoz 19 i the lotal bar, was placed uad r arrest
worli only of another off aide
government
paid In. another ; farmer iu n"itt"r\'i'l ui.ip"te& I years old subbed and fatally wounded charges of pilfering iaw hocks teem

A little nithu.Mtsn, backed by determiuxtiou coming into this, which will) planting a large crop. The Chines*. ipBn| dinner with des ;Mrs Michela Monaco 423 Fifth avenue I attorneys and selling them to a dealer

constitute it a world, indeed, a new tPrtand end with wrap and fi:h. this morning In a quarrel. Capi in Boston. Several vclunes weN
and
the matter a as auerunpli Mr A Brass s i- xtt'-ndinpr courtat
,htd. heaven LUll a new earth Thy Kingdom A ChinE'RP-Pltrpt nlerdraws hiil plane toz was swoeping water down the concealed in Stone's office, and en ba-
Inverness this .
roue1'hy; will be done ou earth sjreei.Messrs. toward him touted of shoving it from stairs. The woman protested, whereupon j I ing found were restored to the owners.
lntbrxedayxof rapid transit and : J N. 'l'humnll II. E.
a$ it isin Heaven."-IJuskin. him she wcs viciously attacked and The Boston dealer furnished the police
tr lrelei tdt-graphy the man who --- Bras* have i ei.n trapping came for a ---- ii i
--- -- badly cut in the neck and breast. Capitoz j with a list of books procured from

nUapoliiu-aljob doeu'l wait for State Auditor Kuott has Lean in bhort while Ilnd:9 hear they are The Tallaba-t'+-n announces thatit i fied.. but was captured later by Stone. The case tas creatsd a seasvtiaa.

hej 1 rs-liuiuou to drop into his lip, vestigating Rrcuutltsof some; of having Hue luck. will woi: tit-eni the publication of i the police. .

hut he at once reaches for the luu;rst the trflciah in Hillsborough county Theme of Gait'rciRe who attendedthe It !series of p.:,'p. ron the early history i .

pole and begins i to bustle.Kor j and hU report !shows Matt tohrhlg II p'Utieu given by Mr. J. of the cnpit;,! city by Rev. O. A. ,'I Van Sant'c: Second Term. Helped to build A1)err.:rle.

more than fifty years (),'ale has of S7S::.'U.) W. Ross, of Heidtville, report Meyers.aveter.ii citizen and news1p }!i St. Paul, Minn.. Jan. 8.-In the pres- Raleigh N. C., Jan. 8.-John, G.

W a desultory and fragmentary exIsteuce. .- -- -- I having a fine lime and I think they 'per man w. H known throughout i j once \f both ohuses of the legislature Swain, an inmate of th* Soldier
I
1 in the died of paralysis TaeadaJ.a .
dome
printed here
Every newspaper Florid. There-ent ofj
surely are for every time they return nrganizatiou i! Samuel R. Tan Sant was today swornI

Her <-itizt>UH have wasted enough interior of Florida should join hal-ds they say there is 10 be another one iu |I a6tatehiiety should I in by Chief Justice C. M. Start for his ,ed 60. He was in a: machinist the Albfr and
E'g-I the machinery ram
with the Ocala }bon=er iu its fight gest to old second term as srovernor of Minneso put
future. every citizen of
the
.
energy to have
bunt a torso the size near marie which was tropedoed by Lieutenant
for better interior freight ute the II t3. He thjn read his ta ,
I messages
of Atlanta 11'ouderuho lhat prPSlf'U lUll of reminiscenceswhich I
but discriminating freight I young man was I Cushing at Plymouth.

riten, un impas>(ible barrier, ha M-vxl) Senator Clay, of Georgia, has introduced I that went to Fir his girl a few Suudiy \ ,II br-come of inestimable 1 I the Joint as:tmDy.!

dim-tly in !her way, and like Lull: H bill iu congress to remove all I nights ago and came so near freezing value to incur generations, and it is i i It is Chairman Browne. -- -- -- -
Rook'.l I to be hoped that such collections Pier| wit Morn i u i HuruJoiiriredly tin
love before he home.
riutiy
of tern uud flower, lhli'I t riU'ttulit'' on commodities-- got
most eiuating figur before the
Hon. Jtfrerou II. Browne hasbtenelected
,
i 'orkof years have withered away trolled by trusts. Seems like the young ladies ofGaiterville will .dt and puiJltsbed.I I I world tod.\. "'Ir. Morgan, his %d-

Fi ., aud died are offended with Uncle Joe Pensacop' V wPresident cbairaan of the nEW railroad I siren and his organization" discussed

Only a distance of thirty miles The man who !!!okra hii brains Use for claiming the bell of Gaitervillemarried. liooseveltin keeping alive II corn minion and Mr.( Dunn n-efctrtl! at length in the January To*.

f'. >separate u* from au uasured prosper* another man's brains, feet anti nand, Xow sauna ladies don't race j hrr Jii 'oes is doing what U hurt- secretary.The ntol+ali'an ny John Brisben l 'alker,

1tl. i is the man who i is smarter than his get offended with poor old Uncle Joj ful to the i ::ro. who spent ten diys between lit Morgan's

1; f Shall this people, who have nur- felloes.President. j just becau he is old and cau't see Weekly Imlu-strial Keeonl be- an.1 }'r. 'it'ht"1I'flk.FI, in

'* &* mounted many obstacles and have ll-Kist-velt continues to gootl. lie will make apologies that A iiofed IUd ;iC'iau will be the nest ginu. 's; the New Year, is greatly enlarge September, in U." atteuji'i; u lrttlehe ;

,Informed BO itauy heroic thing", let pniib the "lilly whites. } will! be satisfactory. attraction tire opera house jul impT"'. Mat s'rias. ,



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r; ,\ ''fl'True the 'iIt".r Friendship' ut the tk.ih:Versus, l\.n"l"r true lou i. f"t" "f,,lf, ,41,"f,f,1f,f"f"11f,,f f,,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,""""n" """n"" n,"'1"" ,,,,,, ,,n''''n ;I Ie .

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