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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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. i yflffllinifWWWWWWWWfHflfffltlfWfWWWK' ''' '' '' \ ''' \ 8 l PRETTY HOSE WEDDING. Where the Uttbadltt Prctebtrs 0.. Tt Inaugurate a :System af Call Bells Ceergia Minstrels.

. rt The Methodi ..unual cou''t'rljuc.wLi'b ; The American PUtrict Telegraph i j i Two sad a half hour of fan is

.. F= Mr. KcPirlaod aa< Hiss Pfeiffer wu held! .t Quibcy a-'jouruad <'ompaub have: inaulurltell.ylltem: j! promised on Haturday, January 24th,

' i- TUt'.d..,. niht. of call bells in this: city. In other : matinee and night when Richards &

United to ferriage. Thf following are the uppointmenUv words in thehomeiandofflceeof' those I FriDjfle'a Georgia :Minstrels will hold

\ Drink 1I Wednesday uightal nine o'clock at \ owe tat the preivnmi, which will who desire such will l... placed free I, the boardi. This is the only minstrel

the home of Mr. and Mr. Fred U H. be iuier r.tiiij{ ft..dluc: to the of charge a call bell connecting with : company extant composed entirely of

Welhe ou Kuck.lew HrigLU Miss reatlil of this paper, viz : Ocala, Ivev. the older of the Western Union Telegraph I, genuine negroes. The- performanceis

I I VITOL 1 1g !I; Emily Ikabelle Pfeiti'er and Mr. tineas. J. A. lleudry ; presiding elder for this Co A tfufticient number of I a novelty audditlers almost entirely

;- ih'P.Lrlaud, of Deuvcr, Colorado, district, Kev. D. A. Cole ; Cotton me>.euger boys will be trupluywl, and I from those! given by burnt cork Caucasians -

F :' Plant circuit U..v. H. P. Italic ; Anthony wheu you want some one to deliveror I in the tame role. The fun and
: were united in marriage. I
po :-::: !I' : circuit, rUv. T. II. Kluddick .. ; curry a mennave: all you have to music. by the dusky Africans U of the
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/ g i The home wa beautifully decorated I
miio ,, Rev, A JJ. D igl'r. doi i. to turn in the alarm, and inlineiliatfly ppoutanboui kind and it is claimed
< liT I in bamboo vines, i''Alm! .*, tf1lu.nd cut
Hev. Howard Datil, who has tilled u message; will l he disp"tcLtIlt I the performance is better than a
flower Promptly] at the:! appointed
I the pulpit here for th! past two year, This will prove a great convenience. circus.
time to the strains of the wedding
. goes to the Ttiupii Heights church. I The cull boxes, about twenty five in Those who are prominent in the bill
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE 1pp march, played by Mr. Karl Weihe, I
Ilev J. P. Hiltium has been made
Lumber, have been ordered Iud will are the world-famous Billy Kersands,
the bridal party fame down the "stairs
r- -- agent for the Conference: College, arrive in a few days. the black jester; Clarence Powell, the
r *- and took their places iu the hall,
-- -- hide\ located at tiuthtrlanda.Ilev. :!. This marks mother step in the loud star comedian ; H. 11. Dudley tlHt

Ocala, Florida. i I where: the eereuiouy wa performedby Ira h. Patterson hay been made growth of our city. Broadway comedian ; Dude Kelly;
Father IMtolaecio of the Catholic
,, -- -- I presiding elder! Ir! the Tampa district.Rev. the acrobatic comedian, Johnson and
. -....... church. I Work on the R*.. Track.
t' T. J. Nixon is again presidingelder Reed the atheletic wonders
E .. I ; Taylorand
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The bride The race track is making very rapidproitrew.
was prettily gowned
-w rt + I very of the Live Oak tlUtrict.Ilev. I Brown, and the latest: foreign
Under time direction of Mr.
in white bilk, elaborately trimmed in :
, 711 UU1U"UU1U1U1U1H1U"UU1U1HiUUU I I UUHHHH, d !HUIU" I lace. hhe wore orange blotwoms in "'. M. 1'oage! go'>s to Jacksonville : I J.R. UWkislon eleven! men ar* ati importation, the Filipino wonder-

K and Rev. II. V. Atkb;son goes to worker, Sig. Romando. Simpson am1
i work and it will not be before
long
her hair and carried a bouquet' of or- i ianKe
Orlando. nJ L A. Hodges to I II Pitt class musical artists
goes I nan, high ;
Ml. E. H. Mote of Lee.burir was a | blossoms and roses. She tray j the .'.dn:; course will be an actuality.
,
t: Ocala GrN'uhou..t'l'o't l'lori..tit t the first church at Key ,Ve -t. -.---- I John PampliUj' gun manIpulator and
visitor!! to Oeala yesterday.Oov. attended by lairs Tillie Grothe, A*
"f phone.o.2.. 'Ilr. Fred 1' 8wbo has beenprekchiug Soiree Tonight. juggler, and a new and entertainer U
maid of honor and Mr. \\'.11'. Con-
, at Cum this year, goes to Prof. 1L L. Xorthcntt will give hii I Harry Brown, in "chalk songs." Thee
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%t. w. M. hues is iu the city and ii t'lHliuh/ !\ named February6th Ion acte Miami. regular Friday night soiree at th i singers are selected with great care

I gnie.t at the Ocala UouSt as Arbor Day for Florida.A The wedding wasa quiet one, being Presbyterian-- Social.Mrs. :- armory tonight. These dances ar I and are headed by C. It. Logan, the

systematic ttt'urt should be madeto uitutted>y only a few of the bride'ri Robert L. Anderson tutertuiu- informal and thoroughly delightful. lion magi Jake Smith, phenomenal

Mr.T. J. Barnw and family art bring tourists in this direction.Mr. intimate friends.Afur baritone, J. E. Li htfoot, silver-

moving into the club house opponitejt congratulations and hart rd the ladies of the Presbyterianchurch Florida ha the oldest living survivor voiced tenor, and Napoleon Johnson,

the court house. Warren Holtzclaw, of Caudler, wishes hud been extended to the at their regular monthly silver I of tae Confederate senate. contra tenor.

lea Monday afternoon. She was
LakeUnd U vlbitlng hill uncle, :Mr. Frbd Gaskill. happy couple' a wedding supper was
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Mr. T. 11. Johuaou weut assisted iu receiving aud entertaining
'erved.Some.
yesterday afternoon to take a Hon. (J. J. Stro/ier of Otklawalia
her guefcU by her neice, Miss:: Linda
very beautiful! presents were
peep at bill fine orange:, groves. was a prominent visitor to Ocala yes :Smith, and Mrs. 11 G. Blake.
-- I received testifying to the popularity
terday.Mr. The feature of the afternoon was a
fehort visit to
Mrs. Withers, after a of UIIII young couple.
iu this : L. J. Brumby returned yesterday drawing content. In this Mrs. S. E.
Mr. F. A. league
her brother, Mr*. McPurlauil has made her home
uioruiut from u busiuesti trip to Waterman, who drew a pig, ML-a
City, h.a returned bow lu OaU with her tUter, Mrs. Weihe,
Jacksonville.ilr.! Frances Anderson, who drew a face'
Fur several 'elullLod hs large nuUlLlr
WU Emit Biwi of VaWoita, who is I MII I Mies :Kueeiiia Fuller a cat, tied That cut jirict1 ..ul(' on
Guy Lawtou ia able, to be out :! of friends here who regret that
LADIl.S HlCiil DOTS
'lsitlng )Ir>>. 8. T. Sistruuk, we regret for the prize. drawing straws for
i again after beveral dajt confinement : her marriage taken her away from in still iii progre; but
.k J to learn, ia quite sick.' the same, Miss Fuller was tilt fortun
with a wounde, i foot. I the city. noruiul prices will be
': ate winner of the prize, a picture -
pretty
i of the in force agalu .kLortl
Mr. E. Upham, president Mr. McPtirlaud iu a ;young wan, 't
I Mrs. W. C. Galbraith is entertain frame. "M> Uti)" \ow. .
Christian Endeavor Aanociatiou, was prominent in both buiinesvs and tonal
her mother Mr and ni-i le hat c the btt line ul
lug Turner, cireU-s In the dining room Misses Frances
aprolninentviyitortoOcalayteterday.lira : in Denver, where he holds a MiVS HATS in Ocala
tt"r1..,.. WiUouof Punta (Jorda.Meb.sri .
Anderson, Eugenia Fuller and Hazel
railroad
gaud responsible position. and at Luuet l'ricc
made
) : been
<. White and Waiuibunh of .ur. and Jim.I McParland will leavellr. Ililler served tea and cakes to the W J. ('J( .\1 BERG
lu the kindergartendepirtoient
awblant basher visitors. SilO; (JO.U 1.\.XY.
School. the University of (;t'oliat) AlheUh, afternoon over the Atlantic
of lhel.11i High
i I Quite: a number were present and
Coast Line fir their Colorado home.
i were iu Ocala yt-fett-rday the guests IIf 1 II I

\V. Edwards is now I 'l'b. O lila Banner th" eittertaiumen. was a very pleasant
Mr. J. presidentof Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. ChiwLli.i.: I II extend congratulation -

the city council and Mr. t;. C. I and bent wit-hen. OUe.

Mr. orris Beujamiu, president of -- -- Whist Club Entertained.
Smith l Is U pr silent pro tern.Mewrs.

the Ocala Ire Company is i iu Ocala", Ocala Sugar Curod Meat.If Wednesday afternoon :Mrs. B. A.Weathes .

George S. Lowudeu aud and will spend several days with bis the citizens of Ocala lUll of other entertained the Married

Stttl Putt, prominent Allaruiami, brothers: here. He ia Linking, well and places! want to see what Ocala is: doing : LuHej'"hi>\t Club at their regular S

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_er! registered at the Ocala Hou e bears a strikiu; res.mbUuca to hams way curios! meats, theyare weekly 1Ut' linl{. Sixteen ladies were :.., ::. ,r -_ ..:. ''L!:. -';' ....,.--r.-r.--_....._, -,--.--=...,...
invited to the ham I i
inspect sample
Jtsootrrda Uothohil
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"*_*\. Dr. Calhouu. the celebrated Atlanta The OCAL: lUutier has received two exhibition and slice! of at breakfast the Post bacon Office now Drug on proved interesting null spir The i LAMPS LAMPS !

Ocala ited. Mrs. Weathers assisted in
/t;" |>ecUlist: passed: through iuquirita lately: one from Penusylvi- :" tnre. was I' I

tlnt",..:-;; *.it\Tii to it reads as
rb our pi Kpi9 for oil. Tue siutiiii of fulldws : IllY daughter, MKi Esther Weathers I 5 TO BURN !

Mra.A.IL.G..ry Alexander, after the well We plncd 10 HlfiHiil and her tlt"kce1i:5i; : Hnttie DJl". I -
err j ''This is she first cured barn
sugar -- furniture We have ju.t rived a l Unre hue, of nicely
short with rr tH"Jiu: this city, I them, .outiuuis and the tudicaiioi old by the Florida Meat ParkiugOmpauy. L-O -Reward. I .I decorated P.irlor Limpat 75NIC, :SI Ml) and

returned yeHerJay! afternoon to her for oil ctiutiuufs's in grow better uinbftter. 1 Florida raised and Ocala Several thousind dollars invested up to, :S7 oil for a Jill (IHI lamp. Come aud see
Company th-m. You will Murprhed when you nee
1 k name at lr/okville. . 1)"" keJ." (and lost: ) in lauds in Marion countywithout what bargains jou can get for a little money.
having first obtained an We have other bargains too.OC .
MinsAddieElkiu-i, of Wetumpka, Ben Ilaysor has ru.tde, and is tuak Thf sfe hams are hold for fifteen cent.
s. I abstract of title from the Marion
f Alabama arrived in O :yesterday iug, a big wallet iu las orange purchases I poor pound aud are being: placed in nil County Abstract Company. For reward
LA FLORIDA ATSMTH'SWe
afternoon aud is tile guest of Mrs and is going to Invest owe ot the grueeiy stores in the eit).. see another column.I. ,

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There will N. EXPERIENCE ---- :r- -
be occasion for O.alapeople
Cbarles Rheiuauer. his surplus in the purchase of oue of no
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the most eligible lots in Ocala am to KO away from home to buy --------
The Ponce de Leon and the Hoyal Pleasant at Home.
will then erect upon it a beautiful, meats. have onion sets, peanuts, 90 -day oats, seed potatoes,
.
Polncian Hotels opened yeMerday I IAU Mi'R Margaret Eagletou and Mrs.S.
\ beans and all kinds
of field and seeds of
I up to date residence. As a residence The St. Denis Hotel. peas vegetable
of the E..st Coast allll West Coat Potts EtxlHou are 'at home" to
the freshest finest and
city Ocala is becoming a t'Cou.j Mrs. Julius Israel has leased the highest grade.
hotels are now open aud' the winter their friends ou Thursday afternoons

h travel has set in in t'arnl-t. Brooklyn Central hotel and changed is; nameto during January and February. Yes- IF WE CAN DO YOU A FAVOR .
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the St. D...u is, the oue under whichit Misses
afternoon Hattie
Mr Edward loud arrived iu Ocala Mr. and )[rs. Eneas McParland, was originally christened. terday Dye by sending you anything we are glad to do so whether it is
and Esther Weathers aviated the
if yesterday afieru hostesses in their callers.
,I property of his father, the late Col. '1'. left yesterday afternoon for their week, but fchesa)'s she will not do so There are quite receiving a number of callers the public in any way.
Ij home at Denver Col. The bri'de'u
j P. Bond lie will remain in the city until of dust has been
every spec removed each these afternoons"at :
Thursday ana TIlE OCAtA SE&OBaxter STORt
t week. going away gown was a brown cloth
and everything shall have the
homes" affairs.Mrs. .
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ar! pleasant:
-- ---- very
uit with hat to match. Quite a number -
, 't )[Howard Van Epps, tlioltiuKUi.h.politll'iIUl appearance of money just from the t;. T. Sistrunb i is al-o at Home Garn, Manager
ed of the bride's friends accompanied
statesman aa jurist, mint. to i er friends on Thursday afternoons.
them to the train to wish them a ------ --- ----- ,
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w among the arrivals to Ocala yes. Mrs. I-r.-al U energetic iu every Yesterday afternoon she received 1
, pleasant t journey and a happy future. I a MI \IV
krday h and Is a guest at the Ocala fibre and will keep a house first class large number of callers. She wasassisted I V' v,

House.ExMayor. Nature hmakt-t all thing. beautifulin <
1 in all re-pects :
in receiving by hergue, MissLillian

Bowden, of Jacksonville, their time." E'uy.one of life's She is an old citizen of Ocala and Mackey and Miss! (iertrudePereda. I A HEAVY REWARD !

I _still seems to have a good deal of lire seasons, when life moves ou nature's the luuner wishes" her a very large I

and snap about him. His latent is lines, bus its own charm and Leauty.1 share of success.tiddonHartsfield.. .
Always a Welcome Visitor.
| In to mind and
the -- -- ease pocketbook be reaped by the
impaling of Solicitor Many women dread that '
Christie Mrs. Maud E. Stout from
writing I
the tender hooks. they must experience change life. person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
Erasclifl Place Bedford Park, New I
Mr. flea Liddon, jr., of :Mariauna, count before his
--- They fear that fate and form may I ) investing money therein
York that the Ocala Banner is
TheJacksuucille Metropolis reports MiH'cr by the change, and that they! and Miss Pellie HurUlieU were married says DO NOT'AIT until and
welcome visitor at her home I :you your money ar-
big land sale covering 't,01).) acres may fail to III1S those whom they at the home of the bride at (ireen- always a
111! and makes visits. parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us
in a solid loTII{> value of Doctor Pierce'a regular weekly ,
body in Volu.u county wood cu fMiud liy, January 4, 1903.
- to the Consolidated Favorite Prescription in thi crisis of She ends her pleasant letter as follows -"X'o use of locking the stable after the hor>e is thone."We
Naval Stores They will reside in Alabama, whereMr.
woman's life lies iu the fact that itassists
' Company that city. Its the Liddou will practice law. : will also be pleased to look after V'-ur
1 nature. use preserves: 1 t
"The Ocala Benner has just come
EJitor balance Bud buoyancy of the mind The groom U well known in Ocala We all do like to read it, taxes for you. ; t

In Jordan, of Tampa, is again aud fcustttins the physical power having been! the guest of the family of It comes to ns from far away WRITE US. F
j trouble. After hU round with Many women have expressed their It cheers cs on this winter day. {
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Mr. C. A. Liddon
his cousin on several t
It is so full of pleasant news,
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j, napoleon McName-e Mr. Jordon beat gratitude fur the help and comfort

:. Jingle for 'bliud tigers" and as a given i by "Favorite Prehcriptiou" iu. occasions. It We makes were down us wish there Marion County Abstract Company ;J

\ this trying period. IU benefits are Away from snow and ice and care."
Kultfor
hU huut will now have to I Cold weather and no coal is the '
defend not pacing but permanent and conduce I OCALA fLO IDA. '
a suit for criminal libel.- to mental happiness as well as i fearful condition in many sections of Mr. Chris KoMuw>n,of Jacksonvillp\ ,
Pensacola
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Journal. physical strength. the country. was a visitor to Ocala yesterday.
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f.r GREAT REFORM IN THE CARE OFt THE TOP O? VESUVIUS.Ut I CANINE INTELLIGENCE.A I f r O'CONNELL'S COOLNESS. -" L' _
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CONVICTS. .. I A Story of the Irish Liberator and a
r \ t* the Cr-t r of the p..lllt.t
DOK That Frit lie Had More Sense I Falling Floor.
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t S y A f sw y.arn a.jo the treatment of There \ DO Ii;,. CM cyst!' I .r... :l.l:!.(';" My friend THs was Hi.tl-llr Ma.ter.: one autumn I i! Daniel an enormous O'Conndl mating wag once ia addressIng KiagaI .- I Strauss & Co.
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n lir..I"t; ''01':'', dIJ+l rw f'I'" .:r: N au !-y laYalft.
t cinri-uin this! -.ute sad ia sonje ..... > SasuUaand chatting one I town. and the crowd was .o large that
wind bras!' to 1,1' f. a
t'. other states wai the sut>jet of (;ere .-: ; the fsce ULr: r.a... The <'1'1.st was fell dos. The farmer's i i fear was feat for the safety of thebaildng. -- ---- -
-f lawn ; : cheepdog he about
; : As wag to spout a i
( criticism by tiiiia-nt :Titerr| iu this warm to thee-;. 1 cjp-d IT hAd lay before the the aad the farmer j| gentleman ascended: the platform and MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE I 1I

Into an apertcrih" s.ic cf a rsbl; i itiole iLStauctd hs I I \
Ha made
t country and iu foreign countriesTbere sajcsc.ty. an said trembling with: fear; "Li lwra tor.
and Trith'ir It hot end
"ir tret. On
1 t $$3 m queatioa but that the every side tnt ycoat- eddied" : up from exclamation and in \Velh. At once the dog, | the fiour is glUa*; way! The beams are
rose! went to the floor. "You ;
cracking and we shall'! all fall through W olesale Dealers in
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L convict were very harshly! treated. tiny craters but nil these tin:, 55 were tnht! let him out" said the farmer.
In a few miautt-o.! It is not given to
: details! in face of tm! evTlns"'n! ; rom 'Tie seep are ia the corn' !is what I
t. They were ehainettoethrr. and were i many men to live through such mo-
;it of black !smoke! from the crater. "
said to him. The do -eJ eagerly
;< pa 1
1. made to steep ehiined in "much a po-i ii i- The wind raged above cs as we drew oat In a few mnIttt: rre was: a meats as O'Conndl lived through ag he WHISKIES.Full
ror-e to aJ.1th mwting! cur to preserve
i lion that it \411,. iunoible( fur :them tear!* the erf trr. and the lara dust spat scratching at the dOff The doj entered such magnificent courage in the '

moro vjcionsly: the sulphurous smoke and lay down at the fire
f. to the Ion jhoun of the panting face of peviLVarainr t taan
more daring ; lad. the world' from our view It wa as apam. afterward! the farmer great "e

clothed if tax lieutenants of thAt mon Shortly to keep: quiet the liberator wid. "I find '}1.,4Il.j; ",............ .d'I!' !!It .IIIII'IJ'! !'" .... 8 ._.
night They were cciiiniy;? angry; repeated hip Welch! remark: Attainthe 'IIQ
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thIs rnum too small to contain the number -
and .eautily fed and it was the worst arch strove to prevent mortals from dog ran to the door, end my friendlet .
i who desire! to in.
come HO we must
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jrazins tOo closely at her Infernal or- him out. train in a few minutes
form of slavery! th ttl] hi2evtr been therefore leave it and hold the m ingouteide. "ROYAL RESERVE
> l: es. On hands and knees we ffrsbbo'i was the scratching at ttt door and
t. :, ." A few rut.e ta l.>-.1"t!. but the I : }
our tie cone, confehlnj! blindedby
known in this country. way up again te: lay down before the fire pant-
hall still and then OCoa-
the smote buffftwl by the icy wlnl1. was packed Full Quart, SI
!in Atl'rin Iutervr.1 the farmer remarked -
convict has ?
1 The c-iniHtioa of the
nell said: "Then J will:! tell you tee
We reached the of the
crater and
verge in Welsh, quite ia the way of therefore
"' entirely eh 4ti,e-l in the;past few years threw our!!elres on our faces I p.red coavcrsation: "I am nots/ about truth. You are Irishmen and J,

u giving way
and we must bare this room at once
-' I and ssioke. Tic guide clutchedmy the The dojr. without:
com. rising,
bargedegreeof humanity_ They are : If there is a panic and a ru!'i to thedac
I arm and motl-rced me to follow looked at the farmer, two
np tare
I no longer shackled.! ;;They are we shall all be precipitatfJ! Into
provided hIm round the ti!KP, of the crater. I harp yelps and turn\*! round to his!
\ "Enou.!h:" the n jia elow., but If you obey my
erawlp ifttT him. rrjlrz.
with lepaute beth and are well sleep; again. lie said at plainly as
be Let the down
orders shall safe.
: Ret .- did Re ccwlfl we
h h tare
not sr. not
though It had been is word.1 "Don'tbo
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clothed and well fed. ; J
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men neart-t the go quietly out.
heard in the of that
t fcviiorn" roar a foil. 1're been out twice, and
j The latest innovation in their treatment wind."EnouChr. then the next d zen. and FO on until all
th..r'u not la the oorn. -Loci Out- tOXJPLETEPRICE
\iu "
l t have 1 shall toe the law to Uve.
gone.
.* I bawled, trj-trf to grabhim
t i- the pro vision of a hospital fur look:
The Irishmen followed the advice the
"C-n the care of the sick, and :a poor farm hall was quickly cleared:and m O'Concell -
: his! leglie; shra??ot1 bin! nhoulifr!' Winter Way of },lrrla.. LISTi ..
I which the aged ant infirm are J tot down walked acrc_ the flour the broken -
on and. taking; my srm. se planned Gray d'uirrels! do not hibernate but

Le domiciled. This, farm and hospital through the hi n. A few pacr below seldom: i
h* stojipf-d. I t bent toward hIm! and >rr cold" weather On mild djs la FEEDING THE: ANIMALS. SENT OX APPLICATION '
l located about mile east of I If '
t. are a
'I through the! creams of the wind heard winter however, they com out and

f Ocala! and H under the direction of him ear 'Sir me a l...Hl* pent to race through the tivetof s and YI l* t the ..- Some U114 C.y le..ltla .1..1"...
i !ir. W. A, IMot. buy macaroQI.-\"Id ,". lame 6tor.. of cuts which thy lAther -

and iiid: ia the f.tjaa. An animal >s almost a. demonstrative
f This,, 5 111I a btep in the right* direction of itae away when tw U hungry a when 1.0ill! In
\Ittli1f Ceattr.d.The Red !''julrre!. are miller: but much a

.f and all charitable! and <')o<1lylli-po- sight! of a full grown nt'ped!' ii h rdier creat res than ti. toy
said t.y tra \"PPTit! In tropl'allan s to be end. have ha & *<* DO reaaoa toe dUfuUicj; ;
ed people will apphud;:the present: I although: ; they, tl), : inn; nests
-- i enough; to a f t the ftron?...,t nf4res. of cedar ark in tie hollow tree, they them. Human brings wow are b*'l"Ctt'd e

r 1 lessees for their tbou;Utfulneisaml I I Ten to eleven! inches Is the average use them only at night for no weatheris i in the hanif way a* animals! Lr hunger
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t humane treitiuent of this uufortun- :. !length. athush! larger;: ono huf' t" D so EeAtTf a.* to keep ttevo little fel- par tribute to'civilisation bj nut: let- "

seen. LafcaJio Hearn in '''-wo TearsIn tlag this! ap wtr.: At an ainn al how
ate class of our fellow hringa.: lows Indoors They are about tie! most > STRAUSS'! 1 78"
: the French West Indies" stye that provident of all the creature in the in this fits that 1U occuLts of the

.. Something That Crows in all Kinds tit vitality of the mitipeJ! Is amntinf;;::. woods. usually storing away underbrush ; ca;.... pet very wild when thd hour Full Quart $130.Fbst .

Mr. Henrn kept one In a bottle, without heaps beneath fallen logs and in comes for tbna to be Te
of Weather. food or water for thirteen! weeks hollow trunks far rnoru nuts than they laden with meat and vegetables is

The mort.isje is & keifsupportingintitutiou. tt the end of which time it remained can possibly Nt In one winter. Theydo I wheeled around Loc;; before it gets to

f I active and dinserous; as! ever The not put them all In one place as a their cages the lions act as It betide

ceutlped has one natural enemy able to rule; they generally have several hoards themselves over the maddening pros

.... ,. It always holds its ou. ripe with; him! -the htn at some little distance! apart This is pert of food. The cages; are very small.!!

It cat lJi] fur just a!! many dollars I The ben attacks him with delight and a wife precaution, as it sometimes tap- 1. and yet a lion and lionttvs win often tit: Leer.

often swallows biro bead first without pens that oae store Is discovered and in one. They tear from one side to the

when grain i is: cheap as when grain is I taking the trouble to kill him. The cat stolen! by an enemy and unless there other the lion Jumping over the bodjI

; dear. hunt him. but she is careful never W was another supply to fall back upor I of the lioness rather than make a "Ion- t

i put her head near him. She lias a trick the squirrels might die of Btarvauon.U'oiuau's .- | ger trip around." Though! they ought 4
It is
ailected drouth.It
not bystUs I :
of whirling hiD round und round upon Home Companion. i to have learned that each will gvt a

,} Ii not drowned out by the be*\'y the floor quickly as to etutwfy! Urn: Ehare. they both plunge for the great

hiD' then when "hesees:1 goal oban e. she \n Old English Imu. 'I chunk of meat Once they get It they lIS

i It never winter kills.Lat9Jpriu5aa strikes him dead with her dawe. The Raven inn. an old hostelry at i 1 eat It with a certain intensity but dt- 'wa 's pure

There are sujjerstitions concerning hook'Basiiigstroke. England. was liberation.

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trouble ILPatatobui ia diminishing his tribe. If you-kill a oU half timbered work, overhanging '. mal realm are horribly greedy and ,=

: do cenuped. you are sure to rece money gables and small windows. The house I will steal from each othi'r'ry

not destroy- it. soon and even if you dream of :UliIl': ;; gained a wide notoriety in the latter 1! chance they ?et. The apes, the "i'not..g"I

Moth and rut do. not tlt--troy ir. one it is goud Iud: part of the eighteenth century duringthe I of animal kind, are rather fastidious. If

j grw-dy. The ostrich large, robust bird
It grow nights, Snails, rainy American war of Independence
-, An Talari/ ("hi..... I that it Is. awaits Its food with much
the residence and
and through being place
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: days ewer (lays. "Yes sIr" said the town story teller of capture of the famous "Jack the | stolidity! and when it pets its head of

It brin{ sure crop once a year "he wuz the unluckiest feller that Paiuter who roused the whole country -I cabbage pocks at It !M' a moot contained -

vw drawed the breath of life an' a ladylike fashion. ThE stoical ,
and in 1775 his dekberate
eoiu'!tiQi4 twice a year.It by attempts
week's]: wages.You ." fire docks und I elephant Is a placid eater aUo.Xew (
to drj thippmg.; He succeeded WHO IS DOING YOUR
prolmes ei h every time. don't say?" York Times.
at Portsmouth where i3OO,0iludamage :

r Itdot-s not have to wait for the "Fact Clump a pine tree once when was done; also: at Bristol' butt I

he oea the s-cri3:? cccii.I to levy oa f7oed cf nacluz: Co net i. .
market \\ foiled at Pi mouth. So
in advance.IthnoUuiject ; !! ) jcreai: was ;
"- him. tarncane come along; bi wed the stare that in response to a rewardof The racing: camel is very carefully bred

:' 1 to the apecl.laticn tbe tree down an' landed him In the ?:2,5oO: offered by the governmentfor aryl valuable prizes are offered by a JOB

of the bulliaad;: Oemoa the board ">ftrade. only vacant sat in tie gherirs husky; his capture the wuult country was racing svck-tj-; BKLra for the fle.:teetj '

e + sheriff j-tarttd to Jail with bm! ; met by on the alert, and he was run to earth i j I i racer tays arton's !1:1 U2nl'! I have JJ J

4 lynchin party who mistook! him fer and captured in this Interesting old seen: the start of a race and it reminded .

It is a load that gills: and frets and 'auiier man an' strung bin up. an' house and eventually hanged and gibbeted me. i 1M a faroff sort of way of a 1 '

('h3f..... be'd almo quit kicl !n' when come at Portsmouth. His real name horse race. The camels were all arranged PRINTING? 1

un cut him dawn an' hauled him home was James Aitken. In tine and they sniffed tie air
It is a burden that the farmer -
cannot
: j<.t>t a* his mother-io-hw had finished! In their anxiety to be off. A fag was .

shike oir. writln' bl. obituary an' wuz etandln' \on Moltke on 'Whist. waved and they set off at a terrible I!

It H with him morning, noon and l':for" the ;glass: to s<-e how well she A German magazine; published the pace as if they were only racing for a

-. -' .. ni'tit looked! fa aiournia':"-Atlanta Cocfetltutioa. Eubjolned anecdote: about Moltke: "Did short distAnce. They ktt; together ';
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you. your excellency, play whist when until they were almost out of sight; Special

It eaN with him at the: able.: yon were la France?" asked Herron Then they seemed to settle down to \

It gets unler] hU liIl.when hesleeps. Tie Do/:. Benuigscn of the great battle thinkerone their habitual pace and the race proceeded i jI
Man I Ii the best friend of the dog.: with long intervals between
evening over a rubber. "E\ery
Horsc- CODe nest but between the day, when It was possible" replied the competitors. I have also seen the :' Attention to

It rife, upon hi-| shoulder duringthe dog; and all other farm anlmaU, from Moltke. "We played half farthing finish of a camel race, and it minded
the house cat to the cow and the beef i
daJi }. poInts. so that at worst the players me of the first motor car promenade II
st H'r. there. sms to be a natural en
between London and Brighton.: Tbe
could not lose more than a sbillin;;. I
consumes LU grain mjty. Dogs; however are fond of
crop. One day Count Bertausy was his part- camels were certainly not so broken
It ahe..-p and fpats+ -but as but
devours his cattle.It ner. "Why, my dear count. did you down and bedraggled they came Town
fritudft. Cows and sheep and
living;
sel I"'cti the finest horses play spades?" said Moltke, la a sharp In at intervals of several hours and I
and the
goats l should be kept as free from association ,
and serious tone. "I had an idea, your treat patience was neceeeary to watch
fattest .. Is with i
steers. _* with dogs as potable "
them arrive
excellency, that you wanted spades.
the the trained shepherd
It Jives upon; the first fruit 2of the exception- "But my dear count one does nut play In Conference with chancellor.
do;?. A dog walking: through a cow- Orders. :.
season.! whist according! to ideas, but according: Berlin! Jr a. l-&oon Speck Yon
mlllc
pen will often cause a decrease in
to rule replied the field marshal Sternburg. the newly appointed
It stalks into the dairy where tileLu.r flow that amounts to more than the
shaking his head.
: charge d'affaires at
Washington
cash value of the dug. Many dogs are conferred

housewife toils day ;after day worth considerably !>*>a than $1).00.- with C1.flCeIoron Bueowfo

and month after month'and: to yes the Farm and lUnch.itn Tie Deteriorating Turkish Ladf .- two hourg today The baron will

Eating swertrawits. smoking cigarettes : te received I by the emperor T etiay:.
nicest", cheeks: and the choicest butter.It oldlag the slaves and talking
nlur MarrUffe CciJom. or Wednesday lIe has engaged OCALA
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scandal the chief diversions of the
shares the are
children's! bread slid When two Necritos.. a people of the transportation on time Hamb'irg Au-
Turkish lady, with now aud then a visit -
robs them of half their clothes.It Philippine Islands are united the guste Victoria, which is to sa.1 l iron
to a low class theater and her physique -
whole tribe Is assembled! and the affianced Hamburg Jan. 20 for New York. The
stoops the tailor's hack with its and with it that of the race. In
pair climb two trtva growths Cologne Gazette today in an apparently
rapidly deteriorating! for want of fresh
rf'lUordl'i'i1buden of cire. It hardens near to each other. The elders tLen inspired statement denies that
air and exercise. The much disputed
his hands benumbs his intellect bend the branches until the heads of Ambassador Von Holeben's retirementfrom \
question! as to whether woman Is the I
1 the couple moot When the beads have Washington I is BANNER.
connected with1'reeident
prematurely whitens his ;bcka and: I ) sesr: of aa Immortal soul has left
thuq come Into contact the marriage IB Roosevelt's:% refusal
.i+ oftentimes sends him an.l his aged legally: accomplished, and great rejoicings its mark on the female population. the Venezuelan dispute to to arbitrate the I
f They have ovased to base any great
1 wife thy hill take place, a fantastic dance completing alleged ill-feeling in II
over to the poorhou; hopes on such an uncertainty and live! the United: States I

!t It is the! inexorable and exacting the ceremony. ,I feed and behave like the "beata that toward Germany; in spite of the! II

I i if perish" that to the flippant modern unfriendly comments in the American I OCflLA FLORIDA- J
taskmaster.: The Honorable Member. I
Turk It seems that. If endowed with press. the paper says the attitude! of

I Its whip is as merciless and cruel as "I suppose the arrival of new con- souls at all they must be so small b the United States toward Germany has
from time to time has a tendency I
the lash of the slave driver.Ilisa prossmt-n to be scarcely worth the trouble of always continued very correct In fact,
to give variety to life tn the Capital "
iUeu"':etl} liberty, ;a hindrance savlag.-Chambers' Magazine.A even friendly. TIe statement also ,
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City? says that Dr. Von Holleben's leave -- !
I to prozreto, a |cur"tr to the "Not a great d a1." answered the : of

world.-Col l S. F, Norton in MedicalWorld. man who is more or less cynical "It M)" tlc lolnmr. absence la %lot connected with the J. i

j merely means the Ictrodcction of new I A good glory is told of the Russian Pauncefote affair.! 0. P1TTMAN a SON I

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police, who are very careful lest anyliterature
J names into the same old anecdotes.-
It Dazzles the World. Washington Star. of an atheistic character Goulds In Egypt

a 1 No discovery iu'niediome has er I ants.A shall. fail into the hands of the peas- New York. Jan. 13.-The arrival of FURNiTURE t

; created one quarter of theJSeseitemeut In Hi* Mind. the steam yacht Niagara! owned by ,
In the of Minsk
province
that has been caused by Dr. King's "Brassy says his grandfather lost I peasant Howard Gould, i3 announced by an j
went to a publisher's shop and asked
; Sew his mind because of the loss of his for I Alexandria. Egypt, dispatch to The !
Discovery for consumption Its
for a Bible. Unwittingly: the shopman
tune. Herald. The dispatch also
severest tests have been on hopeless gave him an algebra pnmer. states FOR :
"He's Just pot the store twisted. He that Mr. and Mrs Gould have gone -
victims On owning the book when he reach-
t con-utuptiou pneumonia.
lost his fortune because of the loss of to Cairo, whence they will go up the :
hemorrhage: :: pleurisy and brouchiiia, ed home. the peasant was surprised: to EVERYBODY!
his micd. That's where he had: his for Nile ia a private dahabcad.
thousands of whom ithas| restored to tune."-Catiolie Standard and Times. find it full of mystic signs and hiero-

glyphics. The peasant showed it to a t
perfect he lth.'ur lou;h colds Tribes Joining Pretender.
policeman. who felt convinced that tic ('hltltmit.- Sidt,
asthma croup, hay: fever, hoir"ene,s ImpOknikle. Madrid, Jan. 13.-A dispatch from Hoard: IAlu1gt"
signs were of an "extremely freeth lk- : ('Ih'(, nOt
and whooping couJh it is the quickest, Bijrgs-They say Mrs. Galbk-toa: JB Melilla, Morocco, today announces Ut.'t1o. ins 'hair.* Table. 1
Ins character. and so arrested tie : Lamp
surest cure iu the world. It ia sold by guilty of an attempt at blackmail! owner. that all the Kabyles tribes of the Taza Hook ( .L"fI'o

Dig; :-l don't believe It In tact anjtliliiK in ilio iiiriritnre I
tli. Aati'Mouopoly Dru*.store, woo I At the trial the peasant was discharged have joined the pretender. The sultan's line that ) On cultic wo bait .
Iii":sf".tlJ: not'tDins i it is added it. uite H* a call and be ('6111\ lH''d. I*
;;:.untatee satsfactiou or refund m 1.- and the policeman, instead of troops are absolutely f
;M -\o r.-man on earth woclJ:
ty. Lrge bottles oO anl jl.OO. Trial think of aictpuLg "ausu nouey. being rewarded far Ma religions zeal, undisciplined, and are selling their Old Bazar Stand. Corner Ft. King and Magnolia St. i
arms and ammunition: to the pretender
battle* free. 1 Chicago News. I was reprimanded.
'. ,! who pays high prices for them. OCALAd FLORIDA j

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s BIG PUFf F0f{ OCflLA'S P. M. Sketch of Bishop Smith. I I ,VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVAAt t

", RELIABLE The Annual Conference of the :MetliOilist Itching ,SkizDistress t
i ,' : HABITS J ; OF J 1 BUSLXESSf :
of florid is
El'i'lI.'ol'"Il'llUreh'
by day and nirM;!
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Gainesville May Follow Ocala's Example
.? now in session at (!uim')'. That's the "compuvrt! o', those wh)t six qualities: #

.a.. ,i OY4Soa.aa and Inaugurate Free It J is pn-Mded over by IJishop Alexander are so unfortunate as' 1'0 be affllotcsi:! : "II llustrc. Arrangement, Calculation, 4
with Eczema or Salt r. *-ami out
l; 1;. Delivery. coke mith, who way born in ward applications dLet cure. : mil-lire. Punctuality and Perse- :
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. Gainesville Sun- Sumter" county S. C., September 16th, They can't. : veiunre. :

lion. II. C. Groves postmaster at 1849. In October 1SG9 he enterad The source of the trouble H :in the : This motto is one we have worked under :
i' blood-make that and this: waling
,1j- Ocala, and one of the best known and WoIFord College, Spurtanburg, from barning, itching;tiure skin disease will l : and we trust you have noticed the benefits : r

j f most u2reisful buninehd men of the which he was graduated in June, disappear."I > both to ourselves and to our cus :
was taken with an ik-liing: on my
Hrick City, was visitor to the city : tomers.MUNROB. i
1S72. In December the same year cans which proved very disagree.'. I
t P0. concluded it WM! salt rheum ai.d boui lit C
&. Thursday he was admitted into the {south Carolina .' ;
Dottle Of Hood -arsjpiiri'la. In iwoJay.: : & CHAMBLISS, BANKEns.'s :
Not only i is :Mr. Groves a Shrewd conference, and was sent to after I began taking ;it I felt better and it
was not long bt-for I was cured. Have 's Ocala, Fla. :
I! business man, but he is a good politician Cht'rlA'a. The next year he WHS sent never hid any skin disease since;> MBS. I c cc
IDA E. WARD, Cove Point. Mil.HoodJs .
: as well and the reporter con to Washington street Church, Columbia tLvvw..w..ew..a..eseaea eseaaeaaaeeaa.aaesee.aA..4

eluded at once by hid visit here that where he remained three Sarsaparilla -..-=-
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I there was .something "in the wind." For several he servesthe and Pillsrid
year years
the blood of all impurities and curs #ilfP A I Il..t\.l\1E
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l r. Groves was sought, and the reporter churches as pastor in Greenvilleand
AbsOhi C h Pure ill eruptions._
{ met him just a:. he was emerging and in 1J&3 bent
l'harle+ton was
I; In which
SUBSTITUTE :: a picture i is put will either
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from the po,tonice. He wore the to the ColulllLi* district as presidingelder. enhance its value! or | oil it. We

r usual smile whicl, has nude: him fa.-I I In June ISsG he was elected to \WILL CONSIDER THE / II II11/ have a large ii.rtnieiit of picture
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I an matter to find
easy something exactly
ATTHEKEETUK THE MAN: WIIO greet inus."What. in Woll'ord College, which placehe : tYy
fAWN ADOPTION HYMNAL l 'I. //l li fruited to any and! every btyleofj
1 B18 5t1>l>EKLY AXU lUTHUCT MEKIT arc jon doing here, if it's: I filled four yeanAt the general ; (I f j>icturw. \\'(I have s s-pn-ial facilities or

WCHW TilE TOP ot' TILE IIILL; NOR not au impertinent question?" \'I.'n-I conference of 1900, held in St. Loui, 'J'I tO /, 1 making fraimto order and consequently

WILL IT KICK T1EbtA51SIOISL'ol: n tured the reporter. he was elected one of the missionary First Meeting of CommissionHeld I our |Irin"art' moderate.GCAU .

POWS IT. "W dl," good uaturedly rel"liell)1 r. I secretaries of the church. Being Behind Closed Doors. t

Groves, "I do uot know that it is any ; much !iti love and sympathy with the FURNITURE! COMPANY.
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of Jour buVmef: *--but you newspaper nrKultr pa-torul) work, he resigned TWO BRANCHES ARE PRESENTThe -. ,-- .-' --- ::.----------- --

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The hott'l registers show a daily hi- --I.
of political 1 importance if I don't tell to thbt. For several 'ell.rllr.. Work Was Discussed and Refered :
THE
rreaelag travel iu this sectiou of the : THE ::1
you&omtthiUfr, so I will merely htate !Smith filled vemfully some of the to Separate Committees: Which

.t.tt', that I came to confer with l'l tllla1'l' most important pulpits in the tate Will Report to Another Joint Session ::1 BOSTON BOSTONSTORE !ill illi ,
luin.-trel
& Pintle's I big
; Richard ter Arnow the matter of free To Be Held During Year.
South Carolina
upon of Virginia, and while in STORE ill
1 chow will. bo iu Ovals Saturday, Jau- I i
mail delivery. You Gainesville folks &Ld Virginia was several times : Nashville Tenn., Jan. 10-The first

J airy "1st. have: a faithful and energetic postmaster sent to the general conference, where meeting of the joint commission oi Buy Your
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the Methodist Episcopal church and ,
r i FIT surveying call at office of J. E. : in the: person cf Judge! Arnow, he faithfully represented his constituency. the Methodist Episcopal church south, ;

r f" Baill" flry-Airnew block or by and he i is desirous of giving jou the appointed to consider the adoption of

t IQbot 70, O "h. Fla. M-2l I advantage! !: : of a free: delivery cystem if At the last eet'ion of the general a common hymnal, was held this af i .

I he can see his way clear." conference held in Dallas, Texas!!, in ternoon.
l Mia Addle Hiii-broujjh, of Lees- I I The two branches of the commissionheld

I burls the guest of her bister, Mrs. "Is your free delivery service working May of list year, Dr. Smith was elected separate sessions this morning !1 SHOES L !

Hooker.cr. satisfactory iu Ocala?" and consecrated bihophence i Js for the purpose of exchanging views
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and agreeing the policies to be
upon
"The postotHee management and noon his first round of annual con-
ct" urged; at the Joint ses lon. The joint
..,1" John H. Matthews i-1 the proud the people of Ocala are delighted," ferences. mating was held behind closed doors I : ,

I 4 xt-tusor: of a very hand-ome newrubl.ertiml was the response."vVe hav three Aa a preacher, IlUhop Smith ranks and placi for future work were adopted. I "

I the foremost of the The work discussed and referred -I
among speakers was
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1 1 buggy.Qw carrier, which are ample for the service ''
land. His sermons evince great to separate commlttfteg which I : From The 'I I II
:: and we would not change hack will report to another Joint session to I :\
; that the fcicklj season iil approaching and wide of informs-
to the old system for anything. thought rang be held some time during the year. ,
25c bottle of Arkansas I
get a tion. Rat his most salient character The two hymnals contain about 1.000 I
Chill and Fever Tonic and ward "Xnt only i is there an advantage
i.tie 19 the influence l.e hymns each and It will be the duty THE BOSTON STORE.,
oft tpell of fever sold and !guaranteed the' patrons of the office, hut to the magnetic of the subcommittees to cull the best .

byTjUings&Co. i I office and its emplnyes as: well. The wiells over his audience. Hi eloquence from each and submit their work to .I I

watches are divided into eight hours, I at times i is uio.st &ul; >lime, but the next joint convention.It Opera HUUFC Block Ocala, FloridaTcIATTIHBD i III;
in Oc"tlatrelhsouta
The H-n'-uuiaux tiliit.tiiun Is the consensus of opinion I
it is never rapid or btu-Ued word-
which i is all a man is Supposed: to _
that attractt-d !>o uiuihitteuttou among the members of the commhsy-n: : "-=-: -- -= .m
work. I am told that richt! here in painting. He loves his fellow! man that the :new hy nnal should contain ,
at tht'orll'oI Fair at Chicago I
Gainesville the clerk in the po-tottice and chareshiseorrowsnn-l: 1 joys with from 750 to lOCtO) hymna.

that tintl, The commlsalon visited the battle I
are compiled: to put in from twelveto a depth one rarely ; : P1BLLNG I
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field of Nashville this mornlnj as the
Terkeeweeu! Oil Liniment, the sixteen hour a day to keep the In the soci-il circle the bishop is guests of Bishop Hose, and will be

beet Huiuient will not blister, by rub- work up.'e had the same trouble said to nave few equals] I being unaffected given a dinner at the Maxwell tils M iwsu l' t See Me If you Want

Unit. Try it fur all pains and HI lis! in manner and possessing:: a afternoon. aRy
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iu Ocala: until the free delivery service TOUT
and for red bugs and mosqueito bites. Bishop CooJeell, of the Methodist i1 : it
. sense of humor and a resource of anecdote : '10
buy
a j TyJings & Co. I was inaugurated, hut we are all Episcopal church, says that such con \ HOUSE.
that makes him the center of ferencos between the two
i II now living ea-jy. great To >ell I'
Andrew C..r// iv s Lid to regret attention wherever he goes. Appreciating churches meant the outcome and
1 Mr. Groves ciina to the city by invitation G
1 that he did nut become a newspaperman his: worth'ir.iui* Methodtat prophecy of more fraternal feelings. ? a- To Lease .
of Postmaster Arnow, who \Vhat further may follow," said = : lOT.
instead of a steel 1l1" llalt'. Hrmale *, both preachers and l.eul\lt' generally To Rent
wanted to learn wore of the free delivery the bishop, "no one would wish to predict -

a uiistaKf: for a fact, if it was have not failed to honor him but all Christians, of course,
system. He was well pleaded = To l change
his ambition to die poor.-Atlanta .with their confidence and: love. pray for an Increase of fraternal j
at the Mi ges.iou.s! unit advicd of the lowship." rei-I l c fl1f1&
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Ocala man and I will no doubt take Strikes a Rich Find. All the members of the Joint com-
i I
make the of mission are present except Professor
tilling prescriptions
early ftrps to inaugurate a system I "I was troubled for sevtral years with tiii
tll.ecial i business aud with care, chronic indigestion; and nervous debility Caleb Winchester and Dr. AY" A. ,i And Save the Labor of Hurjtir.g.
i and with low Quayle.
promptness, prices, here.Mr. writes F. J. Green of Lancaster
r
Groves in the afternoon The session will continue for threeor
departed $0PYRWT
(t have built up a good bu, inewe, N. H. "No \ ;;- JI-i_
rtlUt.'tlyLelred me until
four
but of the
days
\ none members -
home. He expressed
his
want your trade and will be pleaded for
I begtu using Electric Bitters, expects the work to be completed J. STAR sTBRNBBRGER.iR5.
to have you ask your physician to himself:' as being well pleased at the which did me more good than all the within a year.BANQUET .

f leave your I preM-riptiou with U>I. Ty- progress of Gainesville, as he has always medicines I ever u"ed. They have also -- .

t dings 4 Co. t manifested a great interest: in kept my wife in excellent health for TO JUSTICE LAMAR 1"1f1"'i11" i ff ft i'r 9;1,?If111i1i11j1fi" " "ii" 'I1" "t1"Iloll';' "llillilt" '

The Methodist Christian Advocate because it is the years. She says: .Electric! Bitters are -- '
the" town-probably 5
jUst splendid for female troubles; that Augusta Bar Tenders Him an Elegant L. T. TOf1 tPKINS
denies .
tLe Matemmt that the Hill home of the two republican leaders of Affair. --
: they are a grind tonic and invigorator
,
Printing Company has: gone to the Florida, or probably for some other for weak, run down women. Soother I Augusta, Ga., Jan. 12.-Associate | FAHOUSMILLINERY!
Justice Lamar, of the supreme court, ( |
w ll. There are changes being rea Ol. He says with the, exceptionof medicine can tubt its place in our! I was the guest of honor Friday nightat

[ made in iu IIlallag..mt'lIt-alld it hopesto Ocala, it's the finest inland city in family." Try then Only 50e.< ;Satisfai a Uilhant banquet at the Hotel Bon- 1- 1
tiou guaranteed the Anil-Monopoly Is a Source of Pleasure: to Everybody. If you are hard toE
I be able. tu till iu: orders more the state. by Air, tendered him by the Bar Associa -
--- Drug 1 tion of Augusta. ; plea-1,5,0 thentier; style l wsll plea-e you and convince you that ::g

promptly In the future than in .t. A Sworn- Statement. Store --- lIon. J. C, C. Black, president of the ::: you are not hard to |>lea-e, only have tint found before the style 12

This i is to certify that on Monday, Death of Mrs. Wtlsh. Bar association, presided and acted sa E E and quality| joudt-Mrt-d, You Will find the fmt style aid 118- ::)g

1.) Clark Howfll, editor of the Atlanta the iS day of October, IWll! I purchased Mrs Homer T. Welsh died at her toastmaster.The : Hiiim-'iit in ihe "'itv' and. 'most coiupleie. Her novclti<* and -:*

Constitutiou and T. Stockton/ business of The Ricket Company, Ocala, hope in Rartow Friday. Kbe: had tributes paid to Jutice Lamarby -- I'.tn- |iiernwill! readily explain why this is the most fashion- =-::--J

mincer of the Timt-Si-Uuioi: Fla., a pair of their Tomahawk Brand! been quite ill with pneumonia for i his associates were eloquent and e hole place to buy sour WIIl'ul' head wt'tr.11'1: ;. Tompkiiib' efforts y

and Citizen penitentiary made shoes, And that I fervid and no man over bad a heartieror : iiuse'-in-i-eeded in e .tabljsniir| 1hUlillt"'oIM whore foundation is :::3SZ
;: are touring south Eloriditoother. several weeks and her death was not more unreserved Indorsement : ::2
have worn them continuously ever founded iipnii a rock. Herpruelple of trade is one! that will

I i Mr. and Mrs. Howell biuce, and the upper} and soles are unexi>ected. Justice Lamar responded in his happIest ateE: Y leliJ a ht'n..tir inveron". You want to know you are well :-;JJ.du .

I i will also visit Cuba before their return still in good condition ; aud it is n.y MrWelsh, befor her marriage itable vein love and feast.the occasion The association was a ver- '-'rd ; quality add style mve lhat salNfaction. Toucan buy _-

to Atlanta. belief that they are good for three! I z:: >onr HP'':::n' ry I'om >irf. Tiniipkini} and know you are in line ::::2fc
was Miss tbel McKeau, of Auburn- had hoped that Governor Terrell: could r
---- mouth more wear. This is fourteen be : wi'h 1 !the I.r-t. A I p..rli ct *., 'i-fu'tion sod a delight to n-nietii ::::Sm
but
l Emmons-Ou Flo. months wear that I have already received dale, auj was the only sister of l\Ir.1 to leave present the capital he found at this it Impossible time. :; |is'l! U Y'i H, i _:H \i,i.r IllIlU" '1'I worlt1, and lilt:. .i\e_ _ISa'
McKean of this Three liar,i'A !ti! lit. --
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We are ill receipt an invitationto from these shoes, whole original : i city. : ', ,..
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I ::::::. c" : ;is 1 11re'i'tn: !-; Ft l\ .
to the the deceased spent the win Will Sail For La&uayra. -
And Mr.m Edwin rria.; Mj:>oJ Nellid Da Flo cost was 1.13. I. P. STBVEXK. years ter in ago Ocala with her brother and I Washington, Jan. 10.E cablegram :f2!" '.&.'.'1 41 ud 4,' t't1"t"' ',tt'l !,, i'' ll i ''l'' l'' !lj!
A. Kmnion- which .
received from Minister Bowca at the .
'ounor, Fla. -" --- ---
will take place at the residence of raiile: a host of friends here who will state department the Information -
conveys
subscribed before me ___ ,
Sworn to and! : "= arn2.c; :uzr !!!II' 1eJ.Jio.
the brides' learn with profund sorrow of her that he has decided definitely!
>ter at 1 o'clock on Tuesday !' January IWtt.V.. W. CLYATT, :
{ to sail for LaGuayra and the United =
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January iS, in Hamburg, X. Y. (seal; ) Notary Public. death. j I I States and he should be Washing NEW DRUG STORED.

We extend Mr. McKean and the
Mr. Emmous editor to within week ten The
\\ai formerly I ton a or days.

or the I"t. Andrews ISaoy anti aftcr- i nett other relatives of the deceased our I minister also stated in his message I II. BUOWX, M. ()., Proprietor' I
Jerry
that considerable distress is being
ardswiitorof the heartfelt sympathy.
Moruitis: New, felt through the operation of the block I
-----
in this city Merchant Blown to Atoms. ade in the cutting off of food supplies. anci I ready the ; I'n.
I, uu ty "I''n 'n ct'FV(' I'nhlil'th >. F'reJillrugt
He I is now the editor of the Juvenile! The old idea that the body some
> tht' Corner of '()uthlat1olia: : street ant! .ft. hind:

,$3 Department of the Brooklyn; Daily times needs a j jtowerful, drastic, purgative Frozen to De th. avtunuVt' have a }prett1. lint of lIULlI-\ liOOI>::4, in I
Sisseton, N, D.. Jan. 12.-The twin
Tailoring. .
rv Eagle. ; pill has been exploded' fur Dr. 'tatiouery.'Coilet Articles X IILAlllVA T.' Toys. *-*\\ .. which
daughters of Ole Thorsen, a farmer,
I New Life Pills which invite Choppers to inspect before making their purchases.
, The King's are perfectly we
Ocala Manner joins with the 7 miles from here, were frozen to
: Ocala, Florida. I harmless gently stimulate liver death in the recent blizzard. They 1
f many friead, of Euituons in this city Finest and ---- --
Imported
and !bowels to expel pois-onious matter lost their way among the coteaus, and

In extending t him congratulations Domestic Cloths. cleaiife the system and absolutely cure wandered all night, perishing before CAREFUL COMPOUNDING! OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIALTY i

ndbeatwihe-jia his Cutting: Specialty.Fits and wick headache. The girls 14 of
: comius nutbale. constipation Only dawn. were years .....
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THE OCALA BAN%EK, JANUARY Ifi/:, 1 03k
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I If give rrst. Take my y.'ke upon
you

f i ; THE OCALA BANNER IT391i I Ii OUR SUNDAY SERMON. ,: you and learn of rue; for I am meek SCROFULAt:

; I and lowly in heart, and ye shall find f

... By CHARITY rest unto your souls; for my yoke is I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all iu' \ ,
2A2SIS, Et:?. attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This i is a ,. .
Es' [,'i I. THE EDITOR. ea'y anti: my burden i i- light "-R-v. to leave to posterity a heavy burden to l' J1?
1't v. Lesyegad, :e:: Yaap r.r strange legacy ; !

-Q II_ .___u_ ____. ._____._. _-_-_- -_ u ___ P. P. Swift, D. D., First Meihodivt place upon the shoulders of tie young J( i la
church; Rev. Robert D. Scott, Bel.len Thit treacherous disease dwarf the body and hinders J r tl
r Faith hope, charity; but the greatest of ; Roman: soldiers: only one of his dig the growth and development of the faculties and the I ,!
1'''' thee charily.."_I Cor. 13 r. Avenue Methodist church and Iliv.: cJv
ciples flood by him to defend him, child born of blood poison! or scro/la-tainted parentage: \

\ '..,..,..Jf1'... )..; Man is tbe greau.t: yet the weakest Judas him'CIr A. Axtell, D. D., Rveasood Methodist is poorly equipped for life'i duties. t I
..1 '. a: '" betrayed money.
'" ( .j.'l" and
Scrofula u a disease nth numerous varied l
'\1.l'-. "" of Goii's creation. He is prone to church."I .
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j. ._......,"t ... ,', Peter, upon whom he leaned i more Symptom! ; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck M
.. rviL It i is a ptrt of his inheritance. aui the resurrection aud the life;
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) of and dreadful
and armpits catarrh the head weak "
-r ; than the others deserted: him. eyes
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.f. .l....__' \. .. I He should, therefore, be treated with he that believeth in rue, though he akin eruption upon different parts of the body show the ,
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... He even attended his trial dugutodor
iMOTTO" :.i' tender compaa-iion love tolerance and whosoever pre&once of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood.! Thw danjeroci
F :. i pity, Teredead, yet shall he live; -
\ ,, j t at least, did not let himself be and stealthy disease entrenches Itself securely in the system an,i attach '
\ L :and charity. 'I known. liveth aud believeth in me. the bones and tissue, destroy the red corpuscles of the bloo!, rt !tng b :

t I The principal characters: mentioned shall never die."-Prof. Milton S5. white swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin, loss of rub'th ilA I
the trial damsel to '"
After a went up '
iu the holy scriptures are almost It'retition. Terry, Garrett Biblical Institute."A a gradual wasting away of the body. I'
& i him and said: "Thou also wart with S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties and is g11aQ.

: THE BANNER, BELIEVING -' of man's weakness and Jesus of Galilee." new eooirnandnifut I give unto i teed entirely vegetable, making it the idea! remedy ia

HOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO wiekt'JI nt'j 8. you, that ye love one another; lLoi I all scrofulous affections. It purifies the'.<.!.noraUd

AKE: CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS Very few led stainless lives. Peter lied to her. have }loved you, that ye also love: one blood, makes it rich and strong and a cOIL lde zed
AKEN ITS STAND IX THE BARRI- He said : ''I know not what thou permanent! cure is soon effected. S. S. S. irnprovtj
Adam, the first man ate the forbidden another." Rev. John P. Bruihiu-
wAI'ES WITH TilE COMMON PEOPLE, gayest." the digestion i and assimilation of food restores tie.

AND ITS FIOHT WILL BE LlHR: fruit and cowardly attemptedto ham Fulton street Methodist church. lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a tealtij
R' THE BETTERMENT OK THOSE AT THE Still another damsel recognized him I color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body.
.- fasten his sin upon the woman, "Come unto me, all yet that labor I
RoTTO (.- and aid! to those about her: Write us about your case and our physicians will .:heerfuy;: advise and

-- ._ -, ----- --- and Eve, no better than her husband, and are heavy laden, and I will give help you in every possible way to regain your health. Book on blood tzi
-- --- --- "This fellow was also. with Jesus of
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tried to shield herself by fastening: : it you re.L" :Matthew xi, 72.-W. T. akin dise&sM free. TIn SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Ca
Jacksouville is: again iu luck. The Nazareth."
the D. D. First United ---- -- -
upon serpent. Meloy, Presbyterian -
;. P. Shorter Company of Savannah, Peter again, lied fl fitly.
Cain, in a tit IIf jralouy, slew his church.
naval stores operators, is goingto
great her "I do know the
He said to : not
brother. "
beautiful 'Father
joauger )[o.t : forgivethem ,
open up headquarters in that city ''
Noah, who alone with his: family luaD. for they know not what theydo.
destined to become
Jacksonville: seems :
escaped the awful destruction:! of the Murder, intrigue adultery, betrayal, .' Most; remarkable: 'It is finish
the largest seaport city on the
flood, celebrated his rescue, as: soon a* unfaithfulness and other ugly crimes: ed.-Rev. William P. Merrill, D. .
atlanticabtiart: in the south.
he could make the wine, by gelling! form a large: part of thei warp and D., Sixth Presbyterian church."I / DyspepticsM

Mr. J. 0. LaFontisee han fevered drunk, and Ham, his younger! son, wont of bible history. and my Father are oue." John taa:1. & t fcf ly .., ... -'*-"

his connection with the Gainesville who wanted to expose him, receiveda Even those the most highly favoredof x: SO.-Rev. M. M. Parkhum D. D. cue he ... .t .oa.'iyaiaos kiss Ir

News and has accepted a position curse which will be felt by hU 1'0"- I Godinned.. hPerb p't the most remarkable iay- -A I..o.r chrome. Tit.

with the Times'Union and Citiien. terity through\ all time to rome, and So the church and the world should ing of Christ is that when He says: i// ors LIVER PILLSPELLETS

Mr. L'.F mtis-ee is a splendid and hem and Japeth, who gently bid I not i.t\udt'wn too severely those of us \ I, if I be lifted up will draw all A.'i z TO"IG ,

hustling newspaper man and the their father away from expo ure, now who nocaionallyl stumble and men unto me.' Tn gr -iit.-.;t esyiug U//I' r'ij W Wr seraii..iioi aria .'eM" a.c4. p" Mrf

Timt' .enhJu and Citizen is to be congratulated Were blesed. fall by the wayside. of Jem i is: 'A new: lI'ilUt'ut I \ f wy Powuf T+rrtarar r!,e 11 aM .stet .utd
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on securing his services. That U the first temperance: sermon See how severely Christ condemnedthe give unto you that: ye love ode au- I\; \t i.vLkeu.. E.ta.oa'a ReaMiea act petty u4 lean .0. i

on record and it is entirely different Pharisees! -those who proclaimedthat other.-Rev. John Rusk, Ph. ti 11W1a i.3ap..iut M digs POI'.Ie h eJ 1rl.tsyaa j 1
Judge George P. Riney, ex-chief 11. W\X 'v1I.tIa .Ira 1&.1p;. 01 .. ih11
from the Carrie Nation performances they were better than their fellow 'I lay down my life for the sheep." I /
justice of Florida, has notified the 1
: of our time. s. St. John s, 15.-Rev. James S. clone. Brown Mfg. Co.
board of county commissioners" of
Abraham, to save his owu life, was Then see what u beautiful place all D. D., rector ::;[. James Episcopal New York
Leon county that they can! no longer
willing to simile. his! wife's honor, through the New Testament U givento church and Ore neville.
i I legally pay rent for the Gonruor'oGuards
and by den)lug that she was his: wife, "Cnarity." "I Am the; way, the truth and the Tea n.
which bear the same relations:
Itrmitted her to be rued and placed It does not mean merely the giving lif ." John xiv, 6.-Rev. John Henry I
to Tallahassee that the Oe' is RH1--3 dc
in nu Esyptian-rerdgtio. of elm That [in its smallest mtauio Barrows, D. D., Fiat Presbyterianchurch.
to O '\h\. This opinion, if griier'allyacceptt,1
I-ate, for fear of his: life, denied his ?. Iu its broader cense it meansforgiveness. ; .
as no doubt It will be, tml -
wife, also, and Jacob stole his broth It means: tolerance-tolerance -
Lat ihau half million
phasizes the fact that the next It-I gis- year wore a

laturo mint make -onie provision, f.r er's birthright. of the faults and opinions of immigrants passed thr.niftb the gaits I'Oti'F OFFICE .

f uiilitia.Col. dosed -lew the Egyptian buried siiiful men and women.Chrwi of New York to fiu'li: u + state
mainteuano our :
tilt i>
t him in the :stud, and when be found knew that men were weak.: 1 L'lii it: .dDAilY'S;Mete-, UARi D cn&.mM'A'c' 'F {II

J. II. Eatill, proprietor of tie out that his crime had bten discovered He knew that there was no such thing -- --- --- ---- H

Savannah Morning News who has tied in order to escap punish a' perfection in human nature. He

contributed a valuableseriesof letters, uient. knew that it was: impossible for mu

giving the history and development His crime was condoned and Mmes to gee alike, or feel l alike, or do alike. FUTURE HARDWAREDUORB

of the various counties of Georgia, was greatly honored of G< d. He He knew that differences would arise

+ tells a mantlous story of the profits: talked! with with him "face 10 b.-@." m soriivtural interpretations and fierce SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICUL11 hi VFLEMENTS. i

of growing pecans in Decatur county. He was selected to deliver the Israelites !! aud bitter antagonisms;\ would result, Something for Mothersto

He stated that John Wood last year: (rom bond*!*, yet in a fit of rage: so the most beautiful tribute is /given: B.RBED.IRE, CUT AND ;. DEERE PLOWS.
Think About.
secured 1,0"0 bu-ht"l" i\tr 1,00 young he threw down the tables: of stone to this wurd in bis description of it,
WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CUL
trets, for wtii-ih! hraeeipeJ f5,000. containing the: commandments and. and He personally exemplifies it iu

This ypar it i-4 .tiuated that he brake thtm. his: km act and in his last! utteiaucr.
Lives of Suffering and OILS. VARNISHES ATTIyATOI*,, ALL KINw
VouM: get ten bushels to the tret,whicb I avid had: Uriah shin in order to Speaking in behilf of the ullhll-

at the ;ante, pets'a would bring hint .tcure tLe bwuiiiful Bitb.! *hthl for who Were fUleudiu.; LU iTttoifiiUou, Sorrow Averted ANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS'

$"jOl/ W. TliU Muud.. aliuiist incredible and Milumon him and him
his own evil purjo-es-, spitting upon mocking ,

and puts orange growing in the had entirely trio many win. He aid: AlL KINDS OF COOKING) S'lOVES

s buckjround completely.! We find that human nature was the "Forgive them they know not what And Happiness and Prosperity
GLASS AND PUTTY i
HEATERS GRANITE
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ttTbat
r-amc in new h.-amt'ut, times that they do.
\ ) Assured by
. it was in olJ testament time is the loftiest explanation and
Aj'plt-yhrd! > IRON PIPES AND FIT.XD TINWARE, CUTTINGS
J shut E-iitor! GeorgV.1Vtlsou! of Christ selected, twelve men for his exemplification of charity that is rt>-

\. the Timet-Uniou and Citizen, for governor lisciples. Thfy recognized Him UI I corded. CuticuraSoap,Ointment and Pills EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND STEEL

' succeed Jenning"Rlitor the Ma.:er and vowed Him their allegiance. So the ilhwer of Christ ought to
to When All Else Fails.

r' G"lIr"eH suits the Journal. He I,; will bnimburdwith the game: lofty spirit. N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS.

t $ They should not judge in haste. They
l iup..llt'll with bout lirsiiis and dignitytwo Though al! other would forsake I
should not be one-tided. Every child born into the world with ING MATERIALS, ETC.. ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE
:. very desirable rmuiitts for run. him they would be with Him to the an inherited or early developed ten-

niug the state government and keeping end of the world, yet they fled upon Their whole creed should be expressed dency to distressing, disfiguring; hu t

the politicians at arms length.Teusacota .- the first sceutof danger. in the one word : mours ol the skin scalp and blood, becomes LARGEST
an object of the mot tender;'" STOCK-LOWEST PRICES I
Journal. When Christ was arrested by the I "Charity !
licitude, not only because of its suffering -
---- -- but because of the dreadful fear Hubbard & Macduff. Ocala, Fla. i

that the disfiguration is to be lifelong
Union Methodist church.
Tr' sideacne CHRIST'S GREATEST SAVINGS.TheChioaeo .
and mar its future happiness and pros ..... : ;; ;: -
"Come all that labor "" ', ,, ., ;: t
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unto me, ye ::;- :: ::,; -- :; ;;:;:;;;;:;;;;:;;:;:. .
: t perity. Hence it becomes the duty of : ---- ------ ;
: Bach- Herod recently lent & and are heavy laden, and I will give mothers of such afflicted children to acquaint u f lr t
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request to the leading ministers and you rest."-Rev. W. O. sheppard, themselves with the best, the WE EAT MEAT i
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; ache purest and most effective treatment .
theologians; of that city, asking each Oakland Methodist church, and Rev.A. available, viz.,The CuticuraTreatment. I j I .
: To
D. Traveller, j-uprintendent CityMis Warm baths with Cuticura Soap to .,':. ._ grow strung. Uultss H t get. ;i
: what he considered the greatest or _.' ,
lie.-)] cleanse: the skin and scalp of crusts and. 1 ( good meat we may a.> "*-il let 1 1E
most remarkable utterance of Christ.In ions. scales, gentle applications of Cuticura I \

ache all thirty nine answers were re "Therefore, all things whatsoeverthat Ointment, to allay itching, irritation :".. :..:. / ..:>: it alone. There U no ttrt-ugtb #
and inflammation,and soothe and heal, I -: .; rte in tough mtai-instrad uf KITing ;
ceived, three ministers declining: to ye would men would do to you, and mild dose* of Cuticura Resolvent I / .. '. ., : f..
Pills, to cool the blood in the severer 1 z :'::- -:- .. ... '.. ,' it takes treiiKib to direst '
express an opinion. But of those who i do ye even so to them.-Rev. W. H. > :
cases,are all that: can be desired for the I ray : .f.\1 it It
's lo U careful inbuying
I pays
replied, it is significant that eleven, Carwardine Adam Street Iehodistchurch. alleviation! of the sutTfring of skin tortured -. ."Y. ; :- : <,,1J. .
C yin infants and children,and the comfort 'f :-'--, ,- C' .:. meat be: sure t.. iet'
or one third of the total number, of worn-out parents.Millions 19 ': :-:' ,*_ r"z" ,
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"- _.. the b st-tender and '(,.
'. agree that theavior'd most remarkable "Love your enemies."-Rev. L. A. of women: use Cuticura Soap, : }," ,'. -.. '
misted by Cuticura Ointment, fur ]1r.> ; :.;JLZ<:'.:. :l Pay a little more if nerd l brand I
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i' utterance i id found in John, iii, 16: Candall, D. U., Memorial USl'ti.tchurch. serving; purifying and beautif :;.: : !iSi P-II.IMt-.J-- .; -,'-: '
skin for cleansing: the scalp of 1 : f'; ;-- _: '.. something IL your nt..u.acb
For lodolovedthe world that! He a-- 1 ...... \ -"
scales and dandru, and the stoppi.:.,; ,9f. ",fa, Jt" 'IJ;.>" ., ," ......:" which will put fW (llj y.mr I
gave Hn only begotten Son, that ''Except a man be born again he of falling hair, for-"ftoain?whitening :..Ir! :' .. :
and and FJ ;/, ,b1: bones and strong lood in y"/urhVart.
whosoever believeth in Him shouldnot soothing,n-'i!:: i sore handy sfi.
: : cannot see the kingdom of God.- I$! '
r And many other aches to which women fur baby rush-i i'. ,::. a-.d chafing iID .
\ l' are peculiarly subject arc general: the perish, but have everlasting life." Rev. Myron W. Haynes, D. D., Englewood in the form of was for annoying
result of a diseased: condiuoa of the irritations and inaamni.itons! and for
Six of the ministers! who so repliedwere WARDS
Baptht church. BROS.
( f.r womanly organismhen ths the I many eaaative. antiseptic: purposes
1 eased condition is cured, sideache backache MethodUts and two were lisptUts. : "Whatsoever ye wouli that men which readily ?uC' 5t t.tmsehea.! 1ra StalN :a and .1 ('il)' Market, Ocala I'la.
headache cured I raf Js.gr
f etc., are also.
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Preicnption would do to yon, do you even to to i -
.l t establishes regularity, dries the drains :: -;: :g: :d Z- :;; ::.F.- ;:
.f Other replies were as follows: them; for this is the law and the pro- '=
3 l which weaken women, heals indanima- ;i DR. ALEXANDER'Si -
f tion and ulceration and cures female "Let not your heart be troubled: ye pb t&"-R V. Frank )[. Bristol, D. I II I --- -

'' weakness. When these diseases are cured believe in God, believe also in me.- D., First Methodist church, Evans- : M..UAHAM.:: ( President.: hlow.H1-I'1: ..., V.-r Pre
I the aches they cane are also cured. HILL TOI4IIC
:, : a I will drop yon few lines to-day to let you Rev. John M. Caldwell, D. D., Park ton.
know that I am ieelina we: D"W.-writes sty
Annie of Bcl'.eniic, Avenue Methodist church. 'Come unto me, all that are i The First
t. Stephens wood Co Wp ye A posh-.Tc,per>rzecut; ; mi:aafecnre:for Maana.I National Bank
Va. "I fetl: Uica new woman I took .*vers!
bottles of 'tavontc Prescription' and of ttc "Love one another.''-Rev. M. Edward weary aud heavy hden, and I will | Chilii and Fe'er. C uuia' no poison. The: '>t-J
I Golden Me&cal Divorer\ 1 have no headache I Tonic, Aati-1-cnod.c, Appduer, sad 5trent, ::;-
now. no: backache and: no pain in niy side Fawcett, Grace Methodist give you re-st.-n C. G. Truddl, ener icr ps'.e,sictly oe.lesandc'i:i-en tn.3"a. OF GAINESVILLE.
any more Xo beanng-down pain aov more. I
;: -, think that:; thr.c i?no medicine like Dr li rce' church. D. D:, Chicago Rlifr.and Aid society I Brings the glow to faded cheeki; jaaJtes w=a*
-. tnediane. I titanic you very much for That you chi zen &t and hearty.: The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua t
.1. ,' hare dove for* EC: -TOUT: =.;Cie: via done'memach I "I and my Father are one; he that Tablet fbm; tasteless; easy to take. County. _

The: good.People's Common Sense iledicalAdviser hath seen me hath seen the Father." I ..Dt: troy this temple and in three I Pries!: 50 cts. Trial! Size, 25 cts. .;;

=t a book containing looS pages, I -Rev. M. A. Head, D. D., Grand days I will raise it up."-Rev. Frank ; Dr.Alexa.ncer's Liver Regnlator cares Biliousness Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . ! ] .:'i .,. 00 "

is given away. Send 21 one-cent stampsfor ,Torpid liver,Consupauon,Sick Headache I. D.>e exclusively a banking basinet; with ficUltiw *4"aVl Vo'anv hnJk in the
expense of mailing only for the Park Methodist church. IA. Hardin, D. D. Price 25 Cents. For tale bj tatP; Bsolieoi the accounts of Farmer, Merchants, Coriiora"i.'ns.

i t- book in paper covers, or 31 stamps forthi "He thtt hath.t ttIDe bath seen "Come unto me, all ye that are Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All bu.ines
J t whims bound in cloth. Address Dr. transacted promptly. 1
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. 3 the Father.-Kev. C. E. MandvUle, J weary and heavy ladenland I will Wm. Aud.rson, Drus;ist. Ocala, Fla. 10-17 H. E. T.\YLOR tiLierf te

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\XX"INO. 27. onALA"L! < FiJI--I'- A FRIDAY JANUARY I';, 14"3., DOLLAK A YE't ;. I

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Tel-PA3SIV: ; OF CHRISTMAS. Mr. Homer Brown, representing the THIRTY YEARS AGO. G30d Words for the Ocala Banner.In .

Bri 'g-, Hardware Company of Vaido.ta !- iiiu hi. to the J
OTHELLO ALLEX. r<-n> u'>-<-ui l'liuu : AN OLD FAVORITE :
JJY ELWOOIt; agethrAricultnristwaslaunched -
U again in Ocala, and is a I Thirty >cars Ocalt' I IU' ner, Mr. ('. I 1). Mis.-ey, now 0
'j)e Christmas times am ober now i| : on theca oi }nrn. "m During thai time 0011460040101+D41 $OZ 04400.i,ii0014i041011iA04dNNi4a
An happy "cl dat morn. guest at the OoaU lIou ie. it bawalh"r"J all kinds of stormIt has ..; Ktkvit) X. Y !fc..ys that : "Our 0

I arbor had such jublus times __ nh .___ __ been breachGil the sail'!.> of hart l.ne; i.nj 0
home i< lwuml'lu'e' without ho
Since; dat day I WUI bo'n The following new members were i beaten} the waves of poverty "till hos of o HARMOSAN : ,
i sailing her in pleasant waters again tea amoqI O,-al-t Banner" + .
The possum be am rated up, added to the church I and wind she ':
; Baptist Sunday j gone. With a change of tide By Richard Chenevix Trench
dat dar lit; ota tlnkcy.I' tlr..V. H. Hull, unMug fr">m Hart- '
: ,11 sailed in deep witer and rajoyed all that goes .
dat he cber flo|.pe', llght"iz: Me>!'ori!. J.V.. Sylvesteraud :
Am MITT with fine weather at.J (air winds. rill. vl<)., gay WH .tr. more suit 0
Per him u eras 10 murky.Sd Harry Shaw and :Mrs.: George Only once during the thirty yearlias she : TIARMOSAS1' long been a favorite' with elocutionists .

fetch de chillun to de Held \'Glhastin.:: !I failed to make her weekly trip to carry rtr n. trplease>i wuli ?ur pijter, and rt the originality of its theme and the stirriEg: : j

: 1.Iwl1 bIn d'y kinky head, j cargo of information to her readers Very few u i..h i it Cur 111'1>' of ..!ici'...., the couiinir .. a ..... r/ quality of the verse making a strong appeal to the Q to 1.

b'ar Ra:.tus, doau you squeal, barks hai1ed that length ot time with as : dramatic sense. Its: author Richard Chenevir Trench.
> I Come out dat pine straw bed. Mrs. H. M. Dozier, of Jacksonville, I few clunges in he officers has the Agriculturist }t'IH. 0 1 ; ; was an English cI"!" 'lII3n'and author and Protestant t j

I !bit the of today :Mr J. Y. Be X O ". archbishop of Du'ilir.. He was born in lv/7 and died .
still where captain
and Mis: Eulalee Denton, of Gainesville I and fewer t-.uf i'irryton 9 f i }
I Cause Christina times am obernow : j" t// in l"'j.' BeStS h.o poems Bishop Trench wrote a
was the c..hin-b v of twenty-Mi yea's ago.
; Wid aH its joy all trire.I after a few day's visit in Ocala I As we start on OIl thirtieth year we wish toi Y., "iy"I em-ins >i new, dean oti'- .....,t number of. religious and etymological .ork* t J I

I So dean you think it lassas,coon with Mrs.: Len Dozier, returned to i thank first, tho>e of our subscribers whr se d"|iar ill than '111.'; never been folded! 9. v pz 4. 1
, lifepecrowamCaiflia
All yer natural names bav..iKen on o>ir li-t during the gl..aterI
, de tree their homes yesterday afternoon. I part of the thirty ,l'"r"e. ltd that they were to pay f"r'be 4-lenii O al* Banner fur OW the third and fatal conflict for the Persian throne was done, :.

De bee am ref his, hive, i our warm and per ,ma: fends-elmast related the year 1901.( : N' And the Moslem's: fiery valor had the crowniEg: victory won. !

Iho' don't git right out dat bed Mrs. J. C. Norwood an l two children :Second all of our pre.nt patrons ir the part We are receiving expressions of 1

,;, pwioeter skm yOU [Jon..' t'e.'f have returned to O, aka after a they have taken in making the Agriculturist : Hartuosau, the last and boldest the invader to defy, : :
( what >', i,. and we hope that the year; to conic g)<>(jill from >.ll .nr".-iioiK. 0 Captive, overborne by numbers, they were bringing forth to die.
l Wi.h 1 had rr lightered knot pleasant holiday visit with her sister, may be tho-e of ]> A. J. 'ariiiHii writnia from Okmul-:
You good fer nothing debbil. i readers of the but all ,
these AgncuUunst.
f"t.h.ht battlin' stick. Mrs. B. Williamson and family on j ouly to o Then exclaimed that noble captive: "Lo. I perish in my thirst; j
Dint I Florida in whatever life they tread.-Florida gee, Indmu Ti-rri'ory 's
Den bung here dat ayer shnbUe, LoomU a..enue.-DJtol1 Gazette ,I Agriculturist. o. rive me but one drink of water and then let arrive the wt.rail-: j
I i "For enclosed amount please send : ;
f aced him.ter get up Aim dar News. record.
I I The above is a luaguitic-ut
Atleepin? like he's dead, mo: your beloved paper\ and express 1 In his band be took the goblet; but awhile ti.cruu 'ht forbore.
Thirty is a long time and the f fi Seeming doubtfully the purpose cf the foeiuau to espkuv.: ;
)1r. S.
I aiat gwme ter are him any mo, B. Russ, the well known years in sauio my New Year greetings ina'.l. O

Tu gWlnc ter break his bead. Florida I' Agrit'ulturist has done a great \\ jrk : '
with the "
journalist, new year, God bless you acid your grand 9 Well might then have paused the bravest-for around him angry foes to

'Cause Christmas times am eber now has legua his career as a literary I i for Florida. jnp-r." With a hedge of naked weapons did thai lonely man inckise. :
Aa happy uz dat mo'n.
We when it first issued. + e
I nebber had sich jublus times romancer He is good anywhere remeniher was A valued .sut.. riper writing from
: "Bat what fear'st thou" cried tie caliph; "is it, friend a secret blow 1)
Sine dat day I was bo'D.Lawd We knew its founder well and
along the literary Udder. lIe only \10"1'1' Bluff hays : .. Fear it not: our gallant Moslems no such treacherous tlraliag know. .. !
tub mercy on my soul. .,, '' v
with its -
De mule he needs a feedin'. needs a pen in his hand. we are wt"lllicclu.iuh.d pr The last i:;-ue of the Banner i i.< tiiit i iYou .. 4

De garden tam ceded up I cut e
It ho do need a weeJin'. 1 :Mr.: Harry I' lmpr and Miss Jessie the 'fitbiu hH V." He has labored', are surely ai. lug the "people: a lot e Thou bast drunk that cup of water-this reprieve is thine-ao more!" p 1o 1

i of line reading for so litllemoney. The 9o
I nebbei saw sich cari'suesslook Palmer, who have been sending the
faithfully for the tievel'pmeutof the I Quick the satrap dashed the goblet down to earth with ready hand ,1
at dat lazy nagger : last two week's paper, is worth the
lea snorin' and a snoria'. past few weeks with their mother at I state: and we are glad that his labors 9 And the liquid sank forever, lost amid the burning sand.
i I su*>cription for a year. I hOfeIo't'
De sound am gittin bigger. Clearwater, have returned to Ocah. i have been rewarded. lie bas I v ,
I bets puts a stop to dat prospered I may all will be happy and prosperousthis "Thou hast said that mine my life is, till the water of that cup *
We
to learn tht has
Biff biff bang kcr flop regret Harry : j i I ami we hope that he will i-oa- : lllldr: noo. then bid thy servants that spilled water gather cpf :

When you mggtis aChris'mjis been juiteii'k during his absence. tiuue more: and more to prosper and I yelir.t7 I

Yo doan know when ter stop. g For a moment stood the caliph as by doubtful passions stirred. : I

DC ChrU'mai times am ober now :Mr.: J. J. William*, of this city, has will do yet more aud more for the A Chinese! Tuner.! Then exclaimed, "Forever sacred must remain a monarch's word.

'f An happy was. dat mo'n. severed his connection with M. Fen state of his adoption.As 'I' ** V v
Joe Liu Ton the Chinese laundryman -
,;:; I nebber had rich jub'lus times has been the "Bring another cup and straightway to the uobl!'} Persian pre; 9
.1'.1'I uiagnificaut as
!J Since dat day I wuz bo'n. I &: Co., and will accept a position with I who runs his business next the : Drink, said before and perish-now I bid thee drink and live:" Ii

Mi j Ruf'haae Jacksonville! i Armour & Co :Mr.: Williams was 1 I record of the A'ricukuraliat the I! IKM'office, treated his friends to a real :+d00444d44.4...........eee..c o..... oeb C4.04004109Flosuer
0--ala Banner's record far it
so as relates ,
I with the.latter company for severalyears I Chinese dinner Sunday evening. He
the gUfo of her brother, Dr. J. E.Te' --------
is This it
and goes back to hIs old position.Mr. I to age, greater. sear himself had charge of arrangementsand '

1 dbaM'. repriuied au article from its columns I Gardens for the East Coastof enough for folks?
--- :: Geo. F. Norton, of St. Petersburg was dressed in the most approved I
? Mr. \\'. 11. Clark is walking on of thirty year* ago and of all the institutions Florida. President Roosevelt LOW his a
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** Chinese fashion. Everything was
is relatives in this
crutches as the result of au abet on visiting city : that were in OcAla at that : We do not want to direct the policya black eye as the result of his colored
r arranged just as it would be at a state !
I atnl will probably make i
his s: Gle. arrangementsj time, the Ocala Banner alone survives.It I I railroad should follow, especiallythe policy in the south.
j make Ocalu his home. Mr. Norton I dinner in China.
The '" ">anl Air Line now operates was total'y' destroy by the fire I Florida East Coast: rail way, whichis Tbe difference between a fool and a
Lin Ton
Those were Joe ,
p%rl>r cars between: Ocala, Jack. is a very enterprising man and wt I twenty year ago. With hundreds! .of 1 present I one of the best equipped roads in rascal, is in what happens after theydo
I Joe Lin Arm, Joe Wing 8uey, Messrs. I
hall be glad to welcome him &s a I
eonviU- and T+mpa. others it was a great suft-r..r by the I the south ; but we do sometimes liketo the thing.
citizen. l C. Lewis, T. R Byrd, A. H. WiI.\\ II
freeze losing two bearing make a suggestion as we are in It to that the distinguisheddivine
-- --- -'- I orange seems uS!
There have been five additions to theO I liams, George B. Perkins, Lewis M.I,
Miss Louise luglis, who bas been I gloves in the common disaster. It favor of making the East Coast the had better stick to his peculiar I
I Iotu the guest of Miss Mona Ililler for the was a sufferer in the bank tilures and I I beauty spot of the United States. At method of preaching which has: made
; of the new j ear. f Lewis, Gen. David Lang and lion. F.I I t
I past few weeks returned to her home in the <-olae! <.f the Oetla and Blue I every station along the East Coast we I him famous. tI
T. Myers.
Judge \V. S. IluIWk H in Brooksrille at Fort Inglis: Tuesday: afitrruoou.Mi laver Phosphate C.oDll'iny'hieh fol- I would like to*** nicely fenced Hotter I ---I
I, The menu card as handed the Tallahaseeaa -
where he is i: bolding the wintEr j .."es Mona Hil'er and Easily ForJ lowei But, In the language of Otuirl gardens, similar to what they have ;
I t reporter by one of the guests I I
term of the circuit court.D. I accompanied Miss: : Iii, lis aud will be \\esier, "it sill lives." i ou many railroads, in England, and ;
II follows .
was as :
I I her guests far several weeks Of t'ourseiU thirty wx years a I prizesshould be given annually: Cpr : lie ;; rKIDNEY
CUREI
D. Rogr has returned from a !i .-- --.-- np.ws-I Lung 800 Chow (tea) I
convictions best kept fl iwergarden along be rail i
paper, having profound ;
Christmas visit to friends at Oc b.i. .- Ocala real esttt.tis still! changing Fong Chung Ohi (sliced chicken and ]I
I LUll expressing them, is bound road.'e believe the general a Sop There IB ndi=ease so insinuating (
Daytona Gazette News hands: and is lnokintr upward, yesterday pork with Chinese sauce) I disc t
i. t01 -low but cure, as kidney :-
make more or less enemies and f lion of dower garden by all 1. it'tiag ; .
Mr. J. S.srr; Steruber jer sold for Yen Wab, (birds nest soup) i iCug {ea.:",', or *> \\ide--pread. 'ILE'yrup! !

,1 Mr. and Mw. CHllbul C. Hill, of zst. the or 1 less mi'tjike8, but taking it all in t railroads in the United Suiter, including !I buns ureo blight ad to gen rallS f fI
e HKJI cash the Gibbeus place near I Coo Gbi, (Chinese mushrooms i l notice.. r
Augustine, are in the Clt'litln; all, we suppose the Oe-uli Banner has j the F. E. C. railway, H e-e.ijte! J
William 1 in
Jew Kb Bynazngue lo Mr. stuffed with shrimp- The iir-t indirationa appear .
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r : \'r. and Mrs. I'. V. Leavengood.Mr. as few ent-mied: aud as large a number I ;! bound to come'm time. the urine, wih"a'i (.fleet.). Th
I lenus! \V.,0 wilt >;ouit o-cupy same 'I chicken and pork dressing) be incread or decreimed -
, of We told that trunk line east : quantity tray
friends today as it has ever had at I' are one
Alfre.1 Ayer and family ar any ttne: during its existence aud I II +101> Chicago, last spring, distributed! [ and caldiug; it may be halt
ih i burr
residents of OcaU and are living in i on it. Mr.; Sternbu-ger krp: I quail) ]lor thin, or thick and milky with a qiseduuent.
I cuterupou the De'ar somewhat ,': 0,0(10 blooming pUnu to their station ,
the Dr. Toil rtfrideuoe oa south making rut< ralate trabsfer.The Teug Ghi Dole: (boneless chicken, j u Later on more proiiounced -
I hopefully.It agents. The smallest stations are !I symptoms will be present I
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Third etreet.JJrs. I Chicago MAI, chauipton ladies'" cooked whole and stuffed with I |sued as dizzin'.-s, bleating, etc.,
has iustjlit-d, a new press, a new said to be receiving as much attention marked bladder and
with urinary
base tall dub 0: the world who ate I Chinese -hestnuts) i j. .
S. E. '\I'llt'rtoD and Mi3 Mary engine, new job presses and type kndI as tbe larger!: ones and the scope !t diorder3.Poisonous. ,
I exe-i ive tour of this Chow Top Seuey ( hiuese vegetablesand ; waste matter is collected
making au >
t Ai'jr!on, of Mt. Sterling Ky., arrived hopes to have no more drawbacks. I I of this much lauded development is i to : by tile blool from all carts c<< ( the tys
pork) i and earned ta the kidnojs. when
I : and Canada traveling in I tern
in Ocala Sunday and are at Mrs I country From a four page paper, which it I I include even the xurrouudings of the i I Ill! separated and cat out tt.ruugti: th
I their Pullman under themanagement Hole Ton Gban (Chinese leech, ham I I urine. The kidneys deal! with the t,.cxx: I
own special ,
C. P. McOrath's fir the winttr. originally printed for three dollars freigLt offices; and in many instances, only, deriving rjourie.hu. iherefni'n. -
of J. B. O:&uu. jr., will and chicken soup flavored with I ; lifiu-e, If the blood! Iii had II-. I
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------- year, it now prints a twelve page the ground around tbe rlagiuau'nshanty k"'n" ys ..re not only O\.pu..rkd. b'j ,
The carnival s'aows! elo'eti their en- their in Ocala on Chinese veeetableb) I j mi it-rfeil. How necessary is it, there i
i make appearance I paper for one dollar a year. will be cared for. !I tltt>-, t-iit the purity and vitality of the t
Chi Han rfuau, pickled Chinese flounder 1 1t1.,1! su :!1 h-3 maint.iuC'l. Jtis i plain
here Tuesday nijjit. Theyare Jan. 16.h uhen will
they
gagtmtnt/ ; Friday, It is do direction I I t.'ie: blood purifier aiid I
going lo ail in its power to I This is a move in the right 1 why great
clean performances and we can of the most interesting and with pickled Chinese vegetables J strenFtb ner-lr. Harter Iron Tonie-
i play one I
deserve the patronage of the people and we hope our progressiveroad I .has a en su'-cessfnlly need, io treating
recommend them such to other tail: with the Ocala ) I kidney tic if es and in J reventname.. I
a exciting; gmltsof anti it going to give every subs.-ri I along the East Coast will not be I coamucitit i II that has been play4in Ghi Joke, !chicken soup with rice r ',lly r"It'vE'd! while, at the same time,
ttam ever ber more than the valueof his money. l far behind in the race for flower gardens -!I'I! new iiireiutti and vitality are given
this and eggs) : i these IIr.-:ms. Tue following letter tells
Mr. J. D. Striogfellow Urge I vicinity. We u-k its ft tends to rallY aroundit I. so that the passengers who i a very oil story: I
Lung Sue Chow, i with Chinese fruits .
KT., June
PINE 25,190-
whole+ale in Jacksonville: is in and see that their friends do the I II travel over the F. E. C. R'yCVs.. KNOT
grocer
I SaudforJ Jewett, of Ocala, bas accepted and candies and cigars.) I i TIle Dr. rim tar J/fdictne Ox, Dayton, O.

the city veiling his wife, who is the I a tuition at the drug store of I same, aid let the Ocala Banner live Tallahasseeau. road may look with pleasure, not only GENTLEMEN bad a severe ate Of I

I aoiil fever Dish left
typ six years ago r
guest of her mother, Mrs. J. F. EdWardS on and ou as oue (;f the historic uiou| our pineapple plantations and '
I Johnson Bros in this city and assumed I my Kidneys in bal order. I have tried

at the O.'aa House. Jewett is of achievements oi Oi-ala. Aft Important Pamphlet. orange grove, but also upon a profusion -i a au.sir u{ remedies and taken treat t ti

ij, j his duties. Mr. one ___ h__ 'I Chas. F. Dawson, M. D., D. V. 8., of nature's beauties at every i meat from doctors but Dr.Kartcr'e iron |3J J

Mr. J. B. Lucas the prominent I the most competent registered drug- :::::::a C:=:t Is C--e i ;JI: Tor.c Das doue me more good than U I
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I of the Florida Agricultural Station, north and south of C. CORDELL
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stopping place e7errliuI' cite. I
naval of will : gists iu the state. He has been for by local applications, as they cannot II ;
Daisy
stores and Mice
operator Merchant
has written a very important pam- j Operator j jj
all
Titusville, taking the road along E EI
thus connected with the Orange reach the diseased portions of the ear.
leave next Simday for Dallas, Texas, some There thousands cf such I
phlet entitled "Texas Cattle Fever j are just j
There iaouiy to deafness I the line between Jacksonville and
one cure
way
where be will be t-ngagtd in the hotel I Pharmacy in Orlando. The Sun welcomes II I casw the above that are treated i ii t t
and that is by constitutional i and Bait Sick.He explains that this Miami. Let us have more flower i without results because they are j t

Lu-int' with his this young gentleman to remedies. Deafness is caused I 'rwrorry! treated. Mr. Cordell'sj f
brother.31r by au name is given not because the disease :i Hardens along the East Coast of Florida.
Gainesville, aud trust that he will inflamed condition of the mucous lining I I I eonditianreiatted from an exbau <
and. Mrs. Cbas K. Ober, of Baltimore I is peculiar to Texas cattle or that it I i .-Indian River Advocate. ins;; K-ver; the kidneys, as well asthe
be pleased with the city and its peopie. of the Eusiaehiau Tube. When I ,
I -t of they.teln, had tarn
Texas but because it is
originated in
who have been ill Ocala for the .-Gainesville Sun. this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling w a,:f-jl ;oy di<<>a.'>. No vv?nder Dr. |

past fl'wIo't4ks btoppiu at the Ocala I !sound or imperfect hearing, aud ,, the genera) name that is. given to this I Rev. Sam Jones ia a dew Role! I jHart.T'sironTonic promptlycurt-d' ,
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when it is entirely closed Deafness is peculiar disease thai is also knownas i Ret. Saw Jones the well known becllh it purified and enriched the
Hou-e I ; ,
I left Sunday: and are now registered I; "Some time ago my daughter | i blood, and such blood earned new ,

at the Windsor Hotel Jacksonville. i caught a severe cold. She complain- the result, aud unless the iurlauima- )! southern cattle fever, tick fever, i I evangelist has been: a regular coutri- : stren<:t h and vitality: directly to the\ 1

tion can be taken out and this tube restored -j i kidneys and to all the organs.
of pones in her chest cud had a bad Spanish fever, splenic apoplexy, red i I trihutor to the Atlanta Journal for
- --- I to its normal condition, hearing j I FOB SALE E'VEI>,VWBERE.
I her Chaaiberlauie'sCough I water haemeturia, distemper, bloody ;! some years past and compared with l
The Ocala Lodge Woodmen of the j cough. gave ; will be destroyed forever; nine I

World bad: u social MHMMU after their nccJI.&ccor: iu;;: to irtdiun -I cases out of ten are caused I by: Catarrh .i murrain, pasteur poisoning, acclimation I the other contributors to that excellent -- : -- f fH

j which is but inflamed fever town disease hollow such Milt Haul 'fI.! .,... You Have Anything
; uai ill dajs she well I' nothing an condition cow journal as <
ml'ltiug Tuesday uigbt. Oysters: :;i two was auui .1 In the Line of t
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and j able i to go to school. I have used: this of the mucous surfaces. tail and hollow horn. I W. Loess: Mrs. William H. Fellou, I

:: other refreshments" had au enjoyable were time.sernd.lnr'tljd I remedy in my family for tae past I We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor !I The pampulet covers more than I John Temple Graves and other-k iiI : PAINTING! G OR CALSGMINING[ l I

!i seven years and have never kuowu it any case of Deafness (t.causedby _
I and is exhaustive iTo
1 thirty pages : au I far behind the procession and he is
catarrh that cannot be cured
) by
to *ays"James l'redegaSt merchant -
I f.Jill" be executed on short notice it
Cadet Angus I5irJ.-ey, the noted Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- treatise upon this disease. It gives now trying his hand in a new sphere
I| Annato Bay, Jamaica, Westi j will pay you to see me before placing

, t xauMriai! who spent the session at I i India Islands. The pains in the chp'ot lars; free. 1 the symptoms of the disease and directions I of literature, i. e. as a paragrapher. your contract. .

. East Florida Seminary last; :year, has : indicated aa approaching attack of F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. for treatment I Here are a few of his first samples in PRICES REASONABLESATISFACTION s

returned and has a;ain entered that pneumonia, which in this instance Sold by Druffgists, 7'00.Hall's The pamphlet will be important to I this new role: GUARANTEED

school. His friends here are delighted i j was undoubtedly warded otl'by Cham Family Pills are the best every cattle owner in the state. It LL. D. is a title. A. S. S.-is a name.

i bi-rlalue's Couch Ilemetly.: It eoun.teracte .
to have him here as he is a most !I any tendency of cold towardI Mr. Lee Miller sold his fine "high- can be had free by addressing: the di- Some men have both. E. W. KRAYBILL, Ocala t I

valuibJe! acquisition, to the social end I I pneumonia. SulJ by Auti-Mouopoly stepper"' to Mr. EJ. Carmkhael yes. .II rector of the Agricultural bt lion ut An improved cowshed make a Also agent for Griflng Brothers, Po.

of the.; a.dl't corps*.-Gainesville Sews.t'F" 1 Drug Store. in I terday. I Lake City. good horsebarn. But is it good coca Nurseries. 711.6ua
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t k The wood dealers of Jacksonville! FLORIDA OOWVICT HOSPITAL. IF UNWELL. Cow Wanted. .r

" ?!. I Lave formed a trust. and have fixed ED I fOR GONZ1LES SijOT i -- Try a 50? bottle of Herbine, notice A very fine snitch cow, pnlmr' '[ .... ,uu. '""

,I t ... the price it1.25 per }to nl.! iI I Walter F. Coachman's Humane Plan the. improvement speedily effected in known, light red color with "'me h
II li Approved. your Appetite, Knepy: Htrpn tb, And e
II I white spot. unmarked, liar |.r-.-_
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Tanana" Jan. !& -The Florida I'JI8
!!9* Watch how it the
1- ; Mr. John .\. Pare, of Tfillaba.t-'.., I l.OOrt prisoners vlsjor. brighten on horns. Not ruilklnc; non ,
state puses, with nearly namwiMaud.
the zives freedom from Indiee
jpiriis !
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t oue of the Lest buow shentl;* in FlorIda tf has b*' n. wrrted on heretofore : Comes at railing; '"nut>r
BY UEUT.-GOV. TILL !'tlon and Debility!
f N dead. without ar-7 pb! *. where tfc. siek; I"'u'-Rtory, Ava, Mo..Ppt.: 10th, home Micanopy. A han l..".n- rf
be cared far. ward will be pail for lier llih..rto
, 1900. "I in bad health. I
l. Mrs. D. A. Clack and baby returned Hon. Walter 1'. Coachman, president way bap about Notify m at Dunufilun! Fla! ,
Com toinache[ trouble for 12 month, sl'o l
of the Florida Naval Stores and
t PETTEWAV HOHNK A r.,.
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,. b to their:! home at Muriel yesterday+ mission corr.paay, said! company being dumb ..hili! !". Dr. 8. \\'. glory' p"e-c- 1230tf DUIIIIP Ion, i-a

S." after a short visit: in Ocala with Mrs lessee of stafr. outlets, ha* been for riLed Herbine it cured me in two -

t T. II. Job!on. several: months:!! conferring with Commissioner weeks.! I cannot rrcommcndj: it to Ppecial sale of decorated I parlor

Trouble Between Two Prominent) South I of Agriculture lion. R. E. highly: it will do all you clnim for it". lamp! "url'ri'in l I'I\\ I'r!'.r... 4'e

What Ocala needs is for its citizens MtLin, relative t- providing! a hospital Sold) bj Antl-fonopoIJ Drat torf.fli .
them at Ocala Furniture .
J'I for tha coaTi"t., wad the tw har fie- d
to take an interest in sumetbiLg-in ::;u i,i
ve-le,4 a "plan fu a convict hospital -

fact, they should. become euthubiaatg.> Carolinians at Columbia. for :ts man="?nm".t and maintenance, Assessor's App..l.itmnts. I BRANCH'S

Its people need a commercial awaken which has I li .pr>T9T4 by the boardof I will beat the following places! at

ing. state ittsttttttftu. the time !stated, to receive return-tof .GENUINE[ [ R RATTLESNAKE.! [ N!
I. A small treat, .f la..* **. Ares< pur- real and personal property _nit agricultural I .
Mr. and MM. W. I). Baldwin and ehaacvl n-ar O.sci, eta wHies will ba report It!! the h" require:

t little daughter, of Xw York, who rerteU a iiorm hojplttl. at a cost JAJiUAKY, 1W3.Martel : ( 4 II WATERMELON SEED

of JJ.noO t at tka rtp'aw of th. leeeea .......... ......... :Monday 2tJ, a. m. --- -
have been spending the past two LYNCHED THREATEN TILLMAN. COIl"-IY. Cotton I'hiul, pen tofflre Mnn. 2n, p. m. 'I Only PURE Striln. la thl Mnittd Stit i

weeks Ocala, left yesterday for the Lu l tkjl auwtcted with this rnscit Held'svillo ........... Tue dy :.7, p. m. irefully! ft'.tcUfl: Kept J't.. n.) n
Dunnellnn................. .. > ace.
tutk. t. wi..te 4 by tk. k...", Wnlneoday 2S.Itomeo 'I JMT \oother.anely fn wn n ;'a.' :i,,,.
Tampa Kay Hotel where they will are ....... ...... .'rhumlajr :J9 p. ni.Bhtrhtoii tsoo.ttt.; thire.ee
spend the winter. comlaF: ucev.l by tit "U. ............ ............... Friday 30 un Un are Ttlla
- of ttu i isuniXHSi***. II K t'* .a Elmwood ..............Saturday 31 a. m. ;i i 1 I oe. isc tl 2 15 oz. 250 10 !bs'..$!111.....4K lf.crr!S. :t t. ;' -i .
piDk. of U" 1-.. ..rp.srFATAL .
This paper ia)iu m-eiptof recent let- FaaltUARY,1I$03. !I bead for !Seed Itnual[. "il.nu.: c', Mr "n
.. ... I Culture." toe. Kcmil by rrjo'ttro! .rr- ,..
Keudrick ..... ......Mond 2
IVrrin. He i is still in y a. m
ter from Mr. Start order.
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Tillman to Jail Itiid Wild Threats of Gon: l POWBEH !BXM.OI N.Spsrk Murtin......... ......... Monday a p. m !J i money
Dame Fortune's pathway and remembers Taken ( ) J.owdl .......... .......... Tuesday 3 a. tu :, M. I. BRANCH, .
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with keen delight his Fell l 1ft Kea resin Kltch.n Kwldick....................Tu ,lay 3 p. m. i I Calumkia Ca. Berzalia, C.. .-

many 'I zales' Frieids---Late Reports Say Wounded lave with Dttro RM,"". : Mclutosh.......... ......... Wtdue-'dity 4 'i u .
friends in Marion county. He sends ) Pittsburg.! .]**. II.-Jo*1 Muijtei, aSavisL Central......... ........Thursday 5, \>. m.Fituunjfton I,

all of them his New Year's: greetings.He mlaer, aril kt'* *if., !lirUs at ...... ...... Friday 6, a. m.Frtirdcld .
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Editor Cannot Live. Sturreon .tAU.., wc.r U4Draal11, ""., Friday 6, p. m. i G
G1S1Hacker&Sou
is particularly rejoiced that Joe house. Shady Gro'e. ......... Monday 9. a. w. i r
I were fatally ia"r J aid their ..... ...... .
Mathers has found his pocket book. :-- IIt.oI. ..... .. Mondays, p. m.
(Special 1 to the Ovi'h Banner.) WTbt'UJ oiu of a I'I lMIt-vi......... ......... Tuhday I"1IVdro t

tieg of fu pow4 r.MulfTM 'N-ho Lou, . \Vi-d.11 .
Jan. 15.-Lieutenant Governor Tillman shot ; ; a m.
S. C.
'Ihe lirooksviile Chapter United Columbia, i : Wdl UHfl( a Ml Vitfc POW.d I :Sumiiu-rlield: ....., VVe
Daughters of the Confederacy will receive and probably fatally wounded Editor\ Gonzales of The State thi I r when a spark from the kitchen Caudler.................Thurniay I 12: a. UJ.I J* ;
tov. felt hi th. l deg fa the eicploftioa I O.-kluwHh........... Thursday PJ, p. m.Kastlake .
in h< nor of General H. K. Lee's afternoon at 1:45. wnich' f Wk}}w* Weir-dale................ is ctY. \
birthday January 19, 1903, at Jeuflings' through A window and hk wife was =Friday l.'J: p. w.
Tillman accompanied by Senator Talbird, met Gonzales at I Drawdys . . Saturday 14, a. m.Linadale 4MAN1'FA11'ttFllh
hall. The editor of this! honed 11 feat i aiast a wall. Both
paper gclKKjl} bouse. i 8at. 1 14 I, \p. ui
I and with the remark were burned from bead to foot and Moi Bluit'............
acknowledges: u pleasant invitationto the corner of Main and Garvis streets, : Monday 16, a. m.Kievtra .
will die. The houx took fire and ; ....." ....,..... Monday 1H} p. m.

be present. Mrs. Sheldon Stringer "Well I got your message," drew his revolver and fired, several tray badly damatadt Lynn..... ............ Tuewliy 17. H. in

is )president of the Chapter and Mrs. shots taking effect in Gonzales' abdomen.The ::w STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Connor .............Wednesday 18, a. m
Robert Hancock is secretary. -- Salt Springs, school houie
---- taken his office but later
wounded man was to was Organized at Mobile with Capitalizationof Thursday, a. III.It'rrClty.1.bursda rF,
A number of newspapcra and !individuals }. l
are claiming the credit for the moved to the hospital, where tho physicians pronounce his $200,000.MQblJ.t Eureka ...... . Friday :2(1( a. m.lUisy Ioori. Sah. 1IIIada,>3foiiIdiiig
>. Ala, Jooi 16.-The Commercial f .......... ........Friday :iM I. 1'. m. ante Ituildinjf .Uulerial.Viiidov .
reduction in railway passenger rates wounds fatal.Tillman Steamship company has l>'*-n or- Ft. :McCoy. ............Saturday 21, a. m. "\ '_m4 Fancy < ilti.

from four to three cents mile. The ganlzpd in Mobil: with a capitalizationof Anthony..........................Monday 23.Kparr A '.
per was at once arrested and taken to jail, and there are 200000. Tn* company is ortn .....................Tuesday[ 2-1, a. m. Spt'oialtN

East Coast railway was the lir>t toY ized for owning stCHEit-hiis for charter Oieenwoo-l\ ......Tuesday :24.! p. m. Purchase our make, which wr
threats being made by Gonzales' friends that if he dies Citra ....... W MUt't'd8Y 2-5 Guarantee
open
lead oil in the matter and this paper purposes fanj, ,dally to fruit Import. a. ru. Superior to in\;

thinks the credit properly due and there will be a lynching. The city is wild with excitement: : and ers of ;',!obl1l Most of the capitalis Orange Ocala! ..Springs.........1<'1'1.. and Thursday St.27 26 and, a. :m.'ti. t Sold South, and Therein "

j subscribed by Mobile men, the re- J i The law i Save%nett.

should be accorded to M I r. Henry 1.Hagler. the wounded man's friends are rallying in the streets awaiting mainrt-r being tubecribed at Dirges, I made by the requires fir t of nil April.returns to be .. Offiice and Wareroons. 1 S\l. Op.i:te t :t- r..

Norway, from which place! the more- ALFRED AYEK, ,.Street.
results of the shooting. ffifnts of the stuimers will be' direct I 1 16 Tax Ass's.or Marion i t'o. Charleston S. :
Editor IarrisoftheOceta Banner,continues
to write sermons. This is not what the politicians Gonzales said the shooting was entirely unprovoked, white: ed. The company has already purchased -
the Norwegian; steamer Notice. TEACHERS AIDED TO PASSExaminations
uaut. They prefer a little ginger occasionally Iku1at.1
.or a pepper box in an emergency.Metropolis : .- Tillman will make no statement of the affair. ten, and all the rtouaers will Protect your orange trwa end i tender

I Norwegian flag. Officers of the company )I>Lnts. Five hundred McFnrUn-1 :

JUt now, the Tampa Labor Joninal Editor Gonzales opposed Tillman for governor at the last are Rolf Zebe-rg president; John tents being closed out at less tliitn :N > .',a.,Jk '. """ .r <*I'I''J .irni U'&I' -,*., ,

the Mttropoliri, the 1'alatka Herald, election, and somethiug in connection with this is supposed to be B.den Cefallu., secretary vice and president treasurer.; Inge Sel-l cost, W. M. BKOWK, (Tboroa nLnttr.'!;.-fe InitrocUon U LLL, k.L..I'n,. Iit by nr.Mill.*,rttk.m,ir,*in lAUn in.ti. 1.n,...'-a-i.thra.n .. f
171m dw TitusvllM Fla. .
NOOo- <.Me..ntzLLJWUirwu..r1a.: .
the Tampa Tribune are furnishing the cause of the assault this afternoon, though nothing passed .

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j i between the two men except as above stated. --
I llauner will unlimber its guns when !I

the campaign! i is;; on in eauVest. I L.\TEp.-It is not thought that Editor Gonzales who was shot
-. FACTS ARE NOT FUTILE
; I this afternoon by Lieutenant Governor Tillman can live till
Bowman's is as neat a little showas I

has visited Ocala, The professor :I morning. 1)('(' (II1.7J Ittrlll the/ lead to the saving of Julians ill1)1/"

may not tIP all !uraceful as the Great i iI I .

Hermann: but his tricks areas wonderful I pocl.ct. See tchaf f have to offer you and le fully coucim'

and he performs them with LAISiit{ INFIRMARY AT i en, the young man who lost his life in I I

the rensaeola infirmary fire this morning .
gteat cleverness. Punch and Judy I I
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was a resident of St. Andrews

which is given for the amusement of I PENSACOLA BURNEDOne Fla.., and had: t ea im tit infirmary I

the children is 'only a few daji. Ufa remains were
a very enjoyable feature -
charred almost beyond recognition. I lul.at the old Alliance Store inOcala the most complete and up-to-date line of
of the show, and i* enjoyed' by
of the Patients Cremated Captain Hudson, another inmate,
the grow people as well. The stereopiticaii had a narrow escape from death but

views and the seipentiue( in His Room. was resent by firemen. I I Dry Goods and Groceries !

The owner of the infirmary he '
dances are also :pleasing part' of the says I
cannot estimate the exact loss sustained which I offer to the of Ocala Marion I
performance and the prizes which are WERE MANY NARROW ESCAPES but it will amount to many people and surrounding counties, at tin-

given away are valuable iu themselvesand thousands of dollars.O'CONNELL'S most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the day i is I
Patients Compelled to Leave BuildingIn

provoke-a great-deal-of fun. Their Night Clothes and Six May APPOINTMENT. here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you i


Reading Club. Die as a Result of the Exposure-Origin It Is Considered a Revolution In Vati this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will


t instructive of the Fire. New York.can Jan.World.15.-In the Vatican supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATIONS) SilOKS,

j meeting of the reading club Mobile, Ala., Jan. 15.-A special to
world says the Rome correspondent HATS CLOTHING for and is and full.
The Register from Tensacola, Fla., men boys complete The prices shall beI -
was held with :Mrs. G. K. Scott Tuesday of The Tribune, the appointment

atterday. Matthew Arnold was;; eays: of Mr.; O'Connell to the rectorship of made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See us'
Fire at 1 o'clock this morning total
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the Washington; Catholic I
university is
the study for the afternoon. His! life ly destroyed the large 3-etory Bryan's
considered a revolution. Mgr. O'Con-
and works;; Were discussed by the club infirmary on the corner of Baylen and nell was the trusted and authoritatve -
Garden streets.
and Miss Hattie Dye read from one lieutenant; of Archbishop Ireland, at I
One of the patients a man named
Ronc.Loyalty.
of his works a selection, entitled, BlocLton was burned to death in his .
to ha leader and his support
"Sweetness and room.
: Light. I
co-calied! A..e.: icaniBm secured for .
The fire discovered until the
not
MM. U. C. Todd read a magazine was hire a persecution led especially by !
entire building was in flames and the Card:.ass Ledochoweky and Ciasco, I
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article on the progress of medical 25 inmates in the building had narrow l!
both o' whom are" dead. Mgr. O'Con- ; r \
science in the nineteenth escapes.
century I
nell was dismissed from the restor- I II II
The building was a new one, and
which was thoroughly enjoyed. ship of the! American college here" and
loss than a year ago was refitted from
.Each member present contributeda lived for.eu years at Rome without I
top to bottom, and a costly X-ray apparatus -
current event, all of which elicited installed. It was of frame an appointment. The two American I
factions, which are recognized aa ,
iuleieoting comments an-1 lli"cu.iou. structure and burned quickly.: I
: chiefs in the Urited States, Archbishops I
The fire is supposed to have been
The club will meet next Tuesdaywith Ireland and Corrigan;; have now i
caused by spatks from the grate fall
as corresponding leaders P. Rome Carj j
:Mrs. ..odd.i ing on to a rug and setting fire to the
dinals Satolli and MartineUi.
I room. It certainly started in the room |!
Archbishop Ireland got ahead
; by
I of Blockton. lIe was ill and was unable -
I I Florida i is All Right.It Governor Taft's coming to P.ome to t -' c wat t+ri
i to move out of bed eo that by
1..1Hthe llth of J Notwithstanding negotiate the Philippine question and
uuary. the time the fire was seen outside the
Cardinal :MartineUi tried to
: the direful predictionsof : I building he was burned to death. At get even -
through the influence the intriguesof 'W-
howler this hour it is not possible to learn ,
the
calamity
or perverted Mgr. Chappelle during his six j
his first name or where his home it.
statements of liars weeks' stay lately in Rome.
: calamity there I
As soon as the fire was discoveredthe
The present appointment of Mgr. I Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
has not been, up to date, a drop in the work of rescuing the inmates began -
I O'Connell shows decidedly which
temperature sutlL-ient to harm a substantial \ the citizens aiding the firemen in the pope favors. side different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very best to be had
the work.
product of the state. The Old residents at the Vatican say that for the We make
anywhere. of
I Many narrow escapes were made, money a specialty pure fine Coffees and Tea,
the real inwardness
orange, both tree and, fruit has been and all the patients were compelledto of the appointment
leave the tit Mir O'Connell !Ii' that Arch and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low
benefited by the cool weather. ,"t.ge-j building In their night bishop Ireland will .
soon enter the sacred
clothes.As .
tables hate been sweetened, and none college. ; prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try. us.
a result of the exposure and excitement
but the mot tender plants; which I it is thought that probably General Harmon Dead. I i

will be reproduced before another season sis will lose their lives. Savannah, Ga., Jan. IS. General] I

t t have been in any way anVcted t' All patients !were removed to St.Anthony's I R. Fuller Harmon died here last night i I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters when
hospital
II where they were after several months' illness which I you

except for goOlI.'e can henceforth given prompt attention. tad confined him to his bed for tI I come to Ocala. \Ve are always glad to see you and shake hand. Ask for
expect milder weather anti suuuurtkies. Nothing was saved from the build. weeks. lIe was brigadier general o your
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\. All of the cold weather we lug, and the loss will be total. The the uniform rank of the Knights of

building was owned by Dr. R. L. Bry- Pythias, being in
have thus: far experienced has: beta asanitary and I command of that or. !! S. R. Pyles Old Alliance
I ans. was used by him! as a sans j ganization in Georgia Florida and I Store.
1 Florida tarlum. i
t : blessing. is all iI South Carolina. lIe leaves a widow ,

''r rjght.} -St. Auju-".iue Itecord.a l Mobile Ala., Jan. H.,Philip Bract jL j I and three sons. I I It r
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VEL l FAMINE I JQUlRY- INAUGURATION OF RECATE ON COAL. I Ii i THE PRUSSIAN DIET % I:: Notice of Application-NOTICE.-for Tax Deed under Section

Ways and Means Committee of House
I I 8 of Chapter &*. Laws of Florida.

IN CHiCAGO JAMES H PEABODY Decides ta Report am.!! I ;_ ACIitht:5 VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT
PROCEEDS Wajhn5toii, Jaa. 14.-The ways and IS AGAIN REOPENED 4 : 11 RobL Balloct. purchaser of Tax Certificate

I ceans combine of the house today /' : 'r --rt.-t jt .. : 33T. dated the :th day of August. A. D.
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I (folded ta report a till pttrr.dins !or I :rti..Zcrt. hu made application for tax deed to issue in accordance -

Con.spiUCY Indictments MayBe Succeeds James B. Oman as a rebate, equal to the duty imposed I. Count Von Buelow Read the tollcwinj.:t: law described S
on all kinds cf coal coming from all POTASH I I Marion ouny. Florida to-wit.
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Found Colorado's Governor. countries ror a period of one year. Speech From Throne. i Corcmencm 16 27 chains west of a part .:
: chain fouth ol northeast corner ot section 19.
This bill is a substitute for the one intrc.'utd -
: township 15, range a* thence east 210 feet,
AGAINST COAL COMBINATION MILITARY PARADE IN CENV R. : by Represeriative Hill of i north 05 feet, west no feet south 95 feet.
MATTIRS- The said .nd ,ed the date of
SILENT ON FOREIGN I bring a-S! at
I Cozneetcut: which provides for a rebate ,
the issuance of such certificate in the name cfMr
Labors of Special! It is ex- i John E Walton.
of until June 20 next
Rotult All National da -. ,
14 i Nearly tha Members of the is (lust as geruc as a
Speech Takes Gloomy Yltw cf the I I nicas said certificates shall be redeemed ao
; Jliry Indictments' Ajainat at E cte-1 the bill will be called u? ia aLn witi a cracked unk. cording to 'aw. tax deed will be issued thereto

Grind Guard PirtiCijAtCd-ThOY' the hou,e at once. I Finances of Prussia-Bills Introduced I VJD :he 2-a-i lay ot February A, D. 1903.w .
; i!. Members of Soft Coat I : 'itneM my oficial siimature and seal this tie
LInt sands Htar Inaugural AddrtM of Tie bill adopted provKts: For Furthering Cerm.nuati.* ..fI at Jajof Januar A. D, 1903.Seili .

i/l' May B Returned. Governor Ttat Ult secretary of the treasury I 'I ( So T. SIST1tUNX.1
Com :Cody it Capitol.tvvr .
: Psllsh Provinces In Prussia. :- CIcrkJCirca.t Coiut Marion C on
be, injj he U hereby authorized and :

: Jan. 15,-Conr-piracy Incca .., Jan. 14,-Jam'a H. reiire.1 to make fall rebates of duties Berlin H.-The Prussian diet ,, -
members of at least Jaa. u jne'g mckt r
-
t .8U ajaiaat FeiLy, Republican &..t"d' 1ffitTjtd by law on all coal of every was reojessd today. The chancellor, I 11W iarw tsw. I NOTICE-
,
r ttrw tarsi Cld soft Illinois cca combinations ladlara jL2*
i l lujaj busts** in and nor of CDicrado at noon too l. The the United States from foreign com- '
.. 1'11 u a remit of th, labors from the thror.lI.0 mention was : n- r-& ;,,/ I Ia :he Chrctat Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
|XjMctt inauguraUva was made th. occasion tries for the period of one year from
I
of th4
falN made of foreign: matters nor 1 ot Florrdd, in and tor Marion county, iaChancery.
tn Uw
I of ti* i1-1 f rand Jury of tlo crt i 3t military: parada flrer I and e-rr the passage of this act." canal bill. The !;ech took a. gloomy : I .

isls$ to Indictment la-
l bA: u Hire* cf the &*tlotai !iui partlclyatis :**?<, propose an amendment strik- said that th* woounts for 1901 eio!*d I Long and Stonewall Long, ef l1dall.

c14. w1te5 wio Urt & ? ar'Jti and Vcclght! ft rceti& tad liz Gut the Tnls "lor a period cf OIl e addedthat i TIT 16 ORDERED THA EMUA l.oGAND
with a deficit of J9,233 and
bo1y. This. WI\\ Stonewall Long. dclendaats. herein Dime-J
laresCffiUn
bete will b* held ia the ca.ttol. y-'M." which ra; voted do-n. He It was not anticipated: that the ;I te and they are hereby requited to apearto

5t\ asiertfd. C'l and probably will Nearly !.(wO people V're mu.t ttec prope!# corroboratita evi-- accounts for 1302! would be appreciably -. the id day of February. A. D. 1903
h 4cn' tfcrocjh on tt4 *pte4 grounds U a.&rerscr Gev : all ectIs on the free list which was more satisfactory. '! for 1903. I iI I 1J tsttit.u t.I .It ordered th.t a copy of this order be pnVUaaed
iec1rfi tendlcr. to pro?, guilt I once week foreght consecutive weeks
4cq ?'*bo attention of ti. axid a demand would have to be made en in the Ocala Banner. Done this the jfita day cf
tgt ta tte % gM th. outstandlci! -! catt I' the adoption of the bill was uaaaimoug I November. A. D. !90ZS.. T. SISTRCSt.
..
loan
public credit for a considerable & &AXPESSQ WX. 30CKGK.
I
: by the wfcaMi' own tmon1. I IRe AUJIED&DAVIS ClerV Circuit Coart.Complainant's .
jar of itau iadstxMness and ic.sa irarracu. ,
KDER30S & HOCSES
order to establish eQuilibrium be- Solicitor .
11 21
adrl .J today It Ula c\
, The Jurors rt Miountlag to more thu ll.SOO.- : =re!#Etstlves Payne Dilzell indOr .
the revenue and > cditiure3
the evi-- 1111 exi
Instance
'tat
":n@d. 000lth accrued- interest, ihmild be o;renor held a conference with the In ATTORNEYS LAW.
In of
cons the depression
juence
I,4 A\I" deaed strong enough to con- PattI! inj rtcommecied the aubleioa! :i president this! morning relative to the Oce ia Guy-Apze'v Block. MASTER'S SALE.
farther
b found late agrIculture. trade and industry, a OCALA. FLOKIDAATTORNEYATLAW.
/ tfct as! tru* bills may of a coatltutlonal amendmentwould whcS action which had beea taken by the of
, depreciation of the receipts
on w Assistant States
toitj or w= p*rmlt the refundlnf af th iaobligations. comnlttte. administrative m E. BIGGS. ,"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT UN-
. laaraey Darcefi. who i la ti* thIef! prosirntor bill but several of the departments il derand by r.rtucot final decree of x-
He urged a ll rl appropriatioa -I The committee reported the and the Boaon.blc
made entered
f would result. closure and tale by
n criminal caae has been called will call la the house for of the Fifth
for the exp r.e* of fixhtizg not it up William S. Bullock judge
Bills announced for
la to aid In designating the menU were furtheringthe (Office ta Ga'J.A.zuBlock.) judicial circuit ot the state of Florida in and for
th cult of Kacca. to pnnnt ua) consideration today as originally con-
sufficient evidence has Germanization of the Polish provinces OCALA. FLOHIDA. the county of Mrnon. in chancery sitting,on the
l iwt whom e f the Arkaiiaj river wate'4irri- teispiated the decision having! been 29th day ot November, A. D., 1902. in a cettaia
his advice !is tak' in Prussia and measures to improve wherein UAK1K1.G.AilBLER .
and therein
btea PCU'& gation In this *W3. ml oypc H.1 tt reached to bring It u; under a rule L. SISTItU cause pending and A.
of rail- CARLOS JAMES
r.e ministration the is complainant
L: to fflfta tilt criminal! prosecutions are pLan of the Louieiac! jarcaaw fur tomorrow. MAR VL'l and others are defendants. I will offer
roads and .far the extension of the
ATTO R M EY.AT-LAW. bidder tor cash
sell the
r I cerolntj eommlssloa! for the er"loa of a prmameiit The house thsa w'nt Into committeeef also for sale and to before highest the court home door of
state rsJlroa.il system were pro at public outcry
! bulldicg at Sc Loan. Ha the whoh and took u, the consideration Bxm4. Mi ionic Buildinj. Oula. fla. j xS IEDWI said Marina count j. in the aty ot Ocala therein

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. favor' a law to do aw if vwh the of the army appropriation bill. posed. on the
N SPENCER first Monday i. Jauarr. A. D.. 190].
state brJl af ttntioa.> an-! ecae The bill carried J73.875.276. beg _
LEAGUE. of said month and
NATIONAL BASEBALL the same heinZ the sth day a
Testimony of Henry Youtsey Being Its dutlw and pcwara upon tha is-hod' S4. :J.C'5 I."s than the current law. -- ATTORN EY-AT-LA., legal sales day. within the legal h urs of sale

Guarded with Strict Secrecy.mallort tolmi Mr. : Mr. Hull, ef Iowa, In ehnrg 9 cf the I OCAt.7y8 IXORIDA. the property described aai4 &sal deem asfoI1ow
Will Mm ti Cincinnati! ta Ratify wPeace .
;
Ky.. Jan. 15.-Hrnry E. msisure, d rotsd Mme time to the A certain lot. parcel or piece of land, lying

Toouey wu rn-mllfd before the HA3 CAPITAL OF ,OOOooo. : resolution! af the army transport serve -Ii ArrangementCincinnati. I 1> D. FCIiER being and situate in the county 01 Marion
Jan. 14.-The Times- state of Florida. being the southern part of the
Fnaklla circuit court snnd jury tin* that the serviceon .
arguing present southeast quarter (s. e. V41 i of section thirty (30)
Star today 5473 that the eyes of baseball DENTIST.
morally for his fourth d7 behind A".riealRlvef' the Pacific organized since the township thirteen (13)) south range twenty-two
Shipbuilding Company
enthusiuu of America will be Fla. and particularly described as
Over Monroe&Chamblis Bank Ocala (122)) east. more
el*.d doors. Hi* testimony ia being Organized.Calcium. Spanish war wa the best in the w rld. comaiendES at the southeast corner of said
toward Cincinnati cert
Curded with strict secrecy under or- --- -- again turned section [3o]. thence north fifteen [15J] chains
J5.:. 14.-Th* or; ni"Lt1on '' In the Senate. Monday whn the National league is J M. THOMPSON. thence west forty [40] chains to the west boua-
den of Judge Cantrill.Toauey of tha American RJv r Shipbuilding dary bne of said southeast quarter of section
WashiDftcn, Jaa. 11.-Soca after scheduled to meet here for the purpose south along the said west
has already spent 13 hours with a of $3 ) PHYSICIAN A3D SURGEON. thirty lJo], thence
capital 1)oj.1QO
t 4 company, the ieai'.tui.t LOCO.Mr.. Jones;, orNwaii. of ratifying the peace arrange boundary line of said southeast quarter to the
The Office over Tea-pot Grocery. Opp. Monteznma.
the energies
same natter
l. &rofe is announced, says a dispatch to Tie southwest corner of said southeast ;
were exercised by the officials on Saturday favorably reported the raolu-' ment. OCALA. FLA. thence easterly along said south boundary lineto
Chronicle from Cinrlncatl. All tie ; Con of Mr. Stewart authorIzIng the Judging from telegraphic reports the I the place of commencement, containing silly
to present any of his state- snip and beat building in: Jtr1s '10 acres. more or less. December :, 190*.
comzdtt&e of the District of Columbiato National! ieaue is divided equally on I J K. CHASE. GEORGE POWELL
&ectt from coalng public, prevailed aloes the Ohio and Mississippi rivers i jtastcr.
send for witnesses ia connection the peace proposition. Four clubs W. M. BOSTWICK. Ja.. Special
i aia today. deputy sheriffs guard- are to be included in th nie-rger. | \ DENTISToc Complainant Solicitor. 12 5
coal admin.- can be counted as favorable to
with the investigation to upon
'
door the to v: :
teg the to grand jury room Many of thtra have already ben aoCajtain I
kter oaths to compel the attendance a ratification of the pea e agreement I
, prevent possible eaves-droppers fromgettg --- sale is postponed until the first
qure.1. The above
I of witnesses. If necessary. The resolution which was entered Into last week by I Mutiiiav in February. A. D. 1903.CEO. .
an Inkling! as to what he is I
E. J. Howard of JeCersonvilla U FOWEU.
i committees representing the rival
I telling. Yontsey looks better and less was agreed to. I il Special Mafiter-
Ind. who several marine
owns
j jways Consideration of the Vest resolution 'leagues. The stand of New York,
lufsard than at any time since he is the uioving aptrit of the en- ,
II Boston is I
and
I directing the finance committee to prepare Brooklyn, Philadelphia
donned prison !trip. 'tetJ rhe. W. W Hazard of Cleveland i
t and report a bill removing the now of most concern. The ownersof : .; t1 .-. W'kt' OF MASTER'S SALE.
Not since the day of the assassination : Ses1ie NOTICE
l the Howards of Je=ersonville, I : I
I II
then Mr. these clubs have openly expressed
coal resumed.
duty On was I
I has there been such intense inter together with Cincinnati. Sew York' Kind \1 I
Dollvir. of Iowa defended the orders their disapproval of the concessions :
eit In this noted case. and Pittsbuif capitalists, are behind i '; Lei I II i >TIuE THEREBY"GIVEXTHAT t7XDR
th-t
I of Secretary Shaw which were issued in the way of players which have been : .y X a- -. "y v.iue of a decree of foredosare

, CHILD LABOR BILL the < ,. j last fall, and instructed collectors of made to the American league. I : : r.i'. -:the.at.udeandeuLeredby*t.i miliaal circuit ofFlonda the circuit in and court tor

-- i customs to resolve all reasonable I ;.ic i. jju )(Clay in chancery sitting. OB the
Senator Marshall! Intrcdues MeasureIn SOMETHING CF FEITO. In Gould i I II II ': i-.av ol December. 1902. in a ct-itain cause
I doubts in faror of the importer. Fire Mansion I radi wherein the Pennsylvania
: f--:: g
, South Carolina Legislature.CoJumba New York. Jan. 14.-There was afire 3 St Ferr&Ca I c ir-aa\p f-Insurances on Lives and Granting

: S. C., Jan. 15.-A bill was Man Who Fired at Carriage In Royal RECENT VOLCANIC OUTBREAKS. in the residence of George J. I I Ii \ :j-itu s !'> complainant and Jacksonville.Alice.
: ", West Railway Company.
Introduced In the state legislature-to Procession In Madrid. j Gould. Xo. 357 Fifth avenue, early toI w.ie.i..pt.\o: U Kr\B Williams. Roben H. \v-olemaa
Senator New York Jan. 14. Jose Collar j H. T. Kendall :s assignee ofttjie't
day by Marshall of Richland Dr. Anderson Reads Important Paper I day. in which several valuable paint-- \, .nibaW Rogers. tbe Chatham National

providing that after May 1. 1903. no Feito. who oa Sa'turday fired a shot I' Befor Royal Society. j ings were destroyed. The loss was i a.ta: ;. Euward H Cjleman H. McDonald. Harriet Walker,

child under 10 years of a r shall be from a pistol at a carriage in the roy New York, Jan. 14.-Dr. Tempest j: estimated at first at 10000. but after FranK VV Pupe ire and defendants the Mi&se I
employed in factory. al procession In :Madrid! lived here durIng -I who commissioned to I tv for cash pnhlie
any Andersin. was | an inapen'.on; had been made by Mr Ii i-- I I and .cl.It'!. highest bidder

Accompanying clauses to the bill many years, says a Herald dispatch -I lavestl'ate the recent volcanic eruptions -j Gould his secretary said the loss was iI,I (I O'.tcn- before of Clav the state court of house Florida doo.ia of the the city said of

provide that after May 1. 1S04. no child from Buenos '11'es. He married I i in the West Indies has read an I about 125000. Among the paintIngs I I I county Green Cove springs therein on the

hall be employed under 11 years of ,, a French woman, who ia still i Important paper before the Royal Geo- I burned was "The Cavalier," by I II First Mamdav* Ftoruary.. D / o3.

age. while all factories after May 1.S living here with two children. In I graph!, al Society, says a Tribune dispatch Stuart the same being the second day of said month
; Remember I withra the legal boors ot
I I : and legal sales day
19 3. cannot work children under 12 1S39 he *M employed as a guard by : from London. He describedthe I Ii I sale the pr peny described m said decree as

r years of age.Silver !I a tramway company, and suffered a I renults of his own and Dr. Fleet's I Teamsters' Strike Threatened.St. I i I follows mentioned and described -

1. fall from a ca.r. which seems to have observations at St. Vincent and con Louis, Jan. 14.-A strike 13 i I ,, I' The mortgaged in said decree property Ltd in the bill of com

It Service for Batteship.! I!I 1 disturbed his mental faculties.! On 'I II nected them with similar! investigations threatened of teamsters whose demands plaint Exhibit in-G'said thereto.cause, excepting particularly the described lands theretofore ta

Mobile. Ala.. Jan. 15. The silver March 7. 1900. he was committed to conducted by Professor Lacroix made several days ago for high ': CAN sell you the ? Id descnoed in Exhibit "" to the

I service to be presented by the people the Mercedes Lunatic asylum in thla : at Mont Pelee. Martinique.! Analogies I II er wages and a readjustment of hours SW1,'I I said bill to-wit Brcirard Ktuate... lay lying, Oiru and. bade being, Desoto in the
cunmics Ot
cf Alabama to the Alabama city, from which he !ed on IVb. 17, i 'I smallest article or a .
battleship I in the two West Indian outbreaks I have not yet been.satisfied. If the .,j Lake Lee Manatee. Marion. Monroe. OrangOsceolo.
[ ht arrived from New York. It 1301, rejoining his family. He was laid i! i St Johns. Sumter. Volusia, Polk aDd
con- were pointed out and stresa was i strike becomes general as it Is predicted d! carload of anything per- 'I i Putnam.m the State ol Flor.da and described

.y u of a punch bowl and tray !ila'er much improved but had frequent violent upon the spontaneous discharge of in- In case the demands are EtlH ,I as to11ows:

claret cuPS. two candelabra attacks in one of which he attempted c9.dea.-ent ashes and gases. I unsatisfied by next Friday, between -I taining to Hardware. Iron ': CI JlDIOlf of northeast co-cr', quarter and

a large lt@rpIto'ce. The main piece to kill his wife.! In one ol !I la each instance the strikia, contrast 5,000 and 6.000 men will be affected \ south Northeast half of quarter northeast qua ter. lot one. sectionseventeen

is Inscribed as follows: "From the these attacks Felto would disccss ve- ;I was drawn between these PropI I this number including freight handlers ;,''I j Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite township hundred thirteen and, range fifty-seven twenty-axy acre
:
tora1 hearts of the people of Alabama hemeLtly various topic, especially eo- tiocs >"d previous volcanic. disturb I department and retail stores delivery : Stoves.TWENTYFVE containing A deposit one will be required to be matte by MCtt

to the United States battleship Ala- clal questions. NVvertheleei he never aacps 'i which streams of lava were i iI drivers and coal and lumber Lime. Cement, bidder W1U1 the ma:1cr in cash or by aattsfaetorv -
I wagon check before bidding of two CIIII1sI
certified
ama, whose officers! and men protect was a socialist At the beglnalcg Cowing! from the craters. I II wagon drivers. ur-'u the lands included In any one

he honor of our count-y !a peace and of 190 he expressed a wish to returnto I ,; CAR I Sffer fur bIds. H. H. BTJCKMAS.M 6ttr.
Special
-nr. Mobile, Ala.! May, 1302Aa Spain. His wife who la a hardworking I "HAUL COWN THE FLAG." Brooklyn Pool Tournament ? ,6

Sort will be made to have the bat woman, gave him some I, New York, Jan. 14.-H. P. Stofft of -I\ LOADS IX OURWAREHOUSE. NOTICE.

tleship come to Mobile during the Mar- money and he started on his journey : Dr. Schurr Says Philippines Should Cleveland 0., defeated Joseph Kirk- I, .**

4i Gras carnival! !in February to receive in March. 1t!. Since then she has I Ee Given Independence. land of Washington. D. C.. last nightby ,, Cuontin
Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial
Columbus. Mo.. Jan. 14.-Ia speech In the
the service. received two letter from him. a i "
of 125 to 45 in the first -- .
-
a score ---- -- --- --- and for Marion county. in Chancery.
---
-
o before the student of the Missouri game of the pool tournament at the I Charles V. Miller complainant va Prentu D.

:ir* Lose of $150.000. | BALL PITCHER SUICIDES. I university last night Dr. Jacob G. I Montana Academy, Brooklyn. Kirkland 1 Cheency. aL defendant

t PQ113. 0., Jan. 15.-Five buildings Schurmaa, president of Cornell aalver- appeared to be nervous and his BAIRD HARE! CO. TT IS OKDERED THAT PRENTIS3 Mildred D E.

'ere In and member of the Philippine 1 Cheeney. Marie C. Martinez.
badly damaged by fire today Winnie Mercer Found Asphyxiated I s'.ty play suffered !in consequence. Stofft VanderpocL Eugene VanderpooL Wm McCaoe

causa? a loss of J150.000. with, only San Francisco Hotel. I commission said the Philippine who Is champion of the west, was in Gainesville, Florida. defendants herein named, be bill and of they are trie lit
ctmplaint
I to the
r! partial insurance In each case. The San Francisco Jan. 14.-Winnie D. Islands should be given their Indepeadence. good form. The high runs were: '>aiJcauseou v required to appear

' flimes started in the book and wallPaper Mercer, a pitcher of the Americanbaseball I Stofft 29, Kirkland 11: scratches I MmJav the efand day of Afarck. A, D, 19 3hi.

of Branson & Worley and before tean. registered Ct the Occidental -I "Haul I down the flag," ie said, "when Swift 1, Kirkland 3. I II .;rderedthatacopyol this order be wetisTn pub-

It could be controlled. spread to hotl last evening and was \ ever Its work Is done. There are but I I Ii i-.ic.i thaLi on a BannerUone week for. eight consecnowe =

t. the book store of G. W. Nash, the found asphyxiated in his room thIS j jmoraiag. :I three ways to dispose of the islands: i Countess Lonyay Denies RUrtors.I I tnu the .)th da"' of January.T. blaTKCNE.A. D. 1903.

t.ew, York Dry Goods company, the Mercer was registered tni i I Hold them as subjects; admit them Vienna. Jan. 14.-Conatess Lonyay S Clerk Circuit Coal!. -

fcrnlture store of Campbell & Besaaeeny Jer the name: of George Murray, aid 63 states an
and Wendell's jewelry store. gave his residence as Philadelphia !: of Austria-Hungary who, it has h* ". \ 4 L_::; :.imant'ISOlicitor no

What caused Mercer to end his life : "The first course will result in coattnuatlon asserted in the newspapers had In< r. NOTICE.

Tongue's Remains Enrouts. is not kaowa. : of warfare with them; the deserted by her husband. Court El:

, Chicago Jan. i5.-Tse special Mercer's identity was established by second course is not practicable; the mar Lonyay has telegraphed to r ; -, .: (:-.utC.lurtoftheF"tfthJudioalCU1ult

ff f train : Is the only one practicable ,.' ,:a :n and for Marion county in
bearing the remains! of the late papers found among his e &ts. one third course Neues Wisner Journal from Cape M I > "

Congressman Tongue. of Oregon of which read: "Tell Mr. Van Horn i and sensible. Some say don't chancery.
passed Meatoae France, folio! .
tin, near as corporation
a
CompallY.
l through Chicago today enroute taHSHaboro. of the Laaghaai hotel. that Winnie : haul down the flag but the work of "Stories untrue. Count here. D- :. : n Phosphate
"." :: rt of Flonda-complaiaaat,TS.
; Ore., where the interment Mercer has taken his life the flag Is finished and it should be defendant '
t I. impertinent rumors. ', irge A. Francis
*ffl take hauled down?
place. The remains
ac-
:- r-; RDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTr
companied by a son and daughter of Anthracite Takes Big Jump. I Will Fight to a Finish. its: I.: I ,, '. A. FranCIs, herein namec b<- and heiutre
Pme cd. I
the Coal Thieves Not :" __'. --, F dead congressman, were under the Chicago. Jan. 14.-The wholesale : Columbus, 0.. Jan. 14.-Ohio mineworkers Toledo. 0.. Jaa.-14.-T% h: : :--t ,:1\ oiuse on "Monday, the and day oi

scort of a congressional committee price of anthracite coal has been ad. I ia annual session, decided to r : .: <..- \ D i oj.rthfrurderedthata. a.h.
board has issued an this outlet
he o
{ ed by Representative Moody cf Tanced $3 at one jump. The Increase I present two propositions betore the all prisoners L :- I;I .: :.: '. _; =_-! once a week for copy eight coaiecative

Oregon. makes the present wholesale price national convention at Indianapolis on liberty 'c ,._.. In the cala Banner. Don*this Jbtk day
I coal from the ra: .. Ii L vi WI. _.-,_ I : .\. 'u\Jer. A. D. t;tu. -
$11.50 a ton. Dealers could give no I Jaa. 19. an Increase of 25 per cent in i : & !
The order : <
f Fire Burns Big Factory. particular reason for the raise in price ; wages and the abolition of the screen to tracks.the superintend Lt i\ l1P12Q i id9oo I ,3 T r .SEEN, Solicitor Clerk Circuit Court.mplainant's u.28

' Caaden. x. j. Jan. 15. The "condition of the mar C"
to big further than the system, with a determination to fight '
from r __ :
prisoners I ._ ._ __ -
i I factory o! A. Loan & Co., was destroyed ket." They declare the supply of I to a finish. The operators are willing more ,'., -
for
1 them in pmIs ry: ;
lag
by fire today. The loss which is hard coal Is still small and that there .'I to concede 5 per cent increase, it i explained that no : : I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

estimated at $130.000 is distributed la little prospect of more for soma : is said, but will fight any other re- --
coal thefts will; be m.. l.
a-mona a number of firms who occn- Une CHAS. BLrM & CO. DePUtTMEXT OF T1fE IITDIOil. '
L4 .q1a06t, board during the ccal fairlnt. Iand office at laimesvtlle ..8. IgGJ ,

The some portions of the building \. _. ._._ .nn ..n...... .__ 1 I ',: ; .in '. : .\ iu> t:t. is hereby given that the following _t.
fire is thought to have been due Nickeled Steel Rails. NOTICE settler has Bird notice of his tnte-i--
f1.\' to Vale University Funds. Best Uaimast on Earth J icksonville Florida.ADMINISTRATOR'S of his claim.
in
aa
overheated journal on one of the New York. Jaa. 14.-After two I! ion to make final proof support
,r New Haven Conn..Jan. -The and that said proof will be made before 0'" 5
annual
, J1l3.chI1let. years' experimentation with nickeled I Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. (City i .._-. -__ Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla.. oa
of the treasurer of the Yale
steel rails the Pennsylvania railroadhas report Wat.r Work, hull.:4hur.'l".. i NOTICE. January '7, !W.viz ,

Liner St Louis Overdue. decided to place them on the i i 1 corporation for the fiscal year ended writes; "1 h"v tri..i many ki.i l-. .'" I i Ransa D Giles of Candler. Fla Hd. 27882

New York Jan 15. 9-30 July 31. 1902, shows that the perma- !! HEBEBY GIVEV TO ALL and S ; 01 Sw 5i Sec.'*.
-Up to a. heavy curves through the Allegheny lmimnt, hut btve nevtr r.- i -II' \'OTICE IS for tbe S ft of Sw
. 111. funds of the university in- f N and distributee to pre-
were
: tn"lI\ lha teat : Irjrateea To i5B-23E.
steamship St. Louis mountains. An order for 5,000 toes uutil 1 Uied Bil.-u-r- and demands to the undtr-
benefit his
much fn1. their accounts witnesses to Drove
"' tie I I the following
creased during by $156.836, He names
$ serenl days overdue, had not has been given at a cost of $370.000. ; year _;,-ied adminbtratnz of the estate of J. L. residence upon and enlnvabon of
funds S i<)* Liaiiu-Q f<>r rn u'ulti"lu iit" ', within the next two years continuous
been sighted. At the American line steel rails cost nearly and the building by $493.118. F liter dece>-'il Nai> land m Richard S Hal T.ros Hail,
Cfflce It The nickeled The consciiilaied statement of thei \Iliiu.. 1 thiuk illU" h-.t IlUilllto'llt: Ill 1 v.- h* vjiiife an':'. ')c harrcilThi Andrew Jackson and James D Pope. W efBeietew
was caid! Decem'-er J
of "
no wireless reportof three times as much as rolls of standard = -day ita.lZ'iON1 .
the vessel tad !!een received. steel special and :t-nera fund! and assets 4F'ii." :-i"'. "<-. :anil :1.11'\) bottle at I J.'r. I). r.TEJl.A.lm nittralix.. W. G ROBIXSOX R g1 Ler.

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SENATOR HOAR AND THE TRUSTS. : "I married a woman who was a .,.. wr +-t' ,ri wr
physical culture tuirbtr. he am used

e One of the most notaMa\ spci! 8 : herself by throwing me IH'rothe E: 1-1 J; P fAjJ J A FMtith .

1 [: AN asr'fsytttSs'y War Story aAr [lgf u n
" made during the |present nwlon; of rrnHiiiftshlnsr me with both hiiuiN: 01 1IV ,_. ucraIrtQl4tfr MuISxtDOD ++

r congress wad that of the veuerable' throwing rite-down and sitting on me 4-'1<; v.10' Kb&tt t0' p

t Beuator Hoar, of )Ma-ssachuvlt! until I was almost fiUtltJClI.tf'tl.Y Dacsbat.jJ, :4 [1)6 A1'f tN
( AT VIC (, S t r. .
What makes his speech more jointed ar"+ the stm* weight, but I couldn't ;; 1U2 ::1' u..;;' J .

and remarkable la the fact that the her. -he made + pt
do with a
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; distinguished gentleman is a republican punching bag of me. Once, wheiit.be e'.v 'to!, '!-_ (ay (!"y ('!' .t'!' to, .. r 'r* ""'*a .J

and stands high in the counsel of hurl her hind on me, chic took a club I ..
(Copyrtht, 112) by G. L. KHmer.J (Jlit'C!. Wattteg for the cai'i too !

u his party. and put me out" UANT'S inland\ march: to the J \\itLiu range the gunner [iiilul:! (ii]

Senator Hoar: says: that when a rich The : :!cxchiMou of man from r] rear of. Vicksburg having I Ilal.r I'.1, Instantly the rt.>. mi i':\i/I'i .'

r hamis tome to disaster through the I I'd., blowing the gunners into. II!:.' ;. .
the ?
1 mau dies hiscstategoesinto Ills fonut-r voi'atious and aVIIlitilltmay 1 '
raids of Van Dorn and For- I Every waD and horse vas. kllld.l .\ 'I\ M +
of the probate\ court and i is dUtrihutetl lot' compared to the retrea; of the r.!.st, General Pembencn the aid of the ConfVderate:. ral: I !S I HLcc. I a. k: d

1 to his: heirs and the millions take Red Indians! before wliite civiliztiin *- : ('onfc'rlte! ociuuiander. Immediately ; Captain! Paul Hamilton, w.i> :ili -,

r t' ruslud two divisions to the point victim of the explosion.TLe .
rat; fresh start in the ainil4of trail, >, As,; the frin M ('t wiii'e settle- i I ., 1'p
threatened by Sherman. So desperate I. bridge could not !10" nit but
.1 but that a !rut never des; and I its! I! agents widened, f-o di-s l the range of had the situation seemed Kt Vicksburgthe ; there was' a ntrrotfill"I'way DM i I' the

k allVirs: ar? never wound up l hut keep I fi-minine activities widen. In time third week m IMv'tuber with !swamp nt the bond of the l.ik: \ and 1ri \\1r J ., 1 ::1.
Grant moving down through northl'rnH'rJI.S: this Morgan marched his troop \ ,
on growIngh,il>!e for it I will nuau.be isolated upon reservation I .
%. f Mississippi upon IVuibt-rton at Grt'Ilfor I; Immediate attack as IIrd'rt.t d! l to ..

(!' toaccuiuulite a thoussndnitlltuusit I! and g>'Il0'TH! O prevail? Who knows? da and :Sherman's column steaming; I General; Sherman. Morgan says thai 1 'J I Itr

accumulate don u the river that Jefferson Davis I h# protested< a-rfllnst the assault fur it
') will lie possible for it to a Women can do what they will. Man :
t. I' visited the camps: in person to set on would ('ll/IIt S.OtN) men and jet ril.:: :Slu-r
million millions. Indeed, there i is uu'j is (edIIn, : our ears still rings an foot measures for defense man replied: "(Jive the order fur th..

I limit to its accumulation, and therefore i awful voice, the voice of that vindictive Vicksburg had I been occupied by the :usault.1'e will lose 5,("") men t .-for'Coufederettes _..
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\ mu-.t l hc fraught with humediately upon the fall e we take Vicksburg und nlas will!1
grave Kansas woman! who proclaimed
I CCli-\\ of New Orleans in April, lSI 2. It Is I kiss! ; them here as anywhere ('lsi." -
.: be1lul'uCt'I. a year or two ago that man must be naturally strong: for defense, being 2 1 The brigade COP.1IUlIlIdl'rllnll colonils 4 _

; The other ten evils cite l>y the tli-I, annihilated.New York Sun.It feet tl Othe river and surrounded ( aw that the case was hopeless fir"-- -

t tinguiahtd heu'itor are the following : -------- with Irregular hills and narrow ridges.Purltiff I but when the Nllli'ull"J waa firs the .
is the Newspaper that Gets There.In the summer rarragut's warships sold.erB of three brigades, !>.> Courcy's.TLajrer's !. 1,
f' I
Destruction of Ii
competition.Management the course of a recent lecture in ran past the "guns, and the Con I ind Uair'TUhro: forward FIND THE INDIAN PIJINCLbS.SIXTH .
of local industries by federate engineers began an elaborate and were struck by a fearful tire the _.
Hartford on "The making of a newspaper I moment left their In .
absentees m the interest of absolute system of redoubts, lunettes field they corer. pass- .--- -L .--- -- -
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," Charles Hopkins Clark, of works and rifle pits. Lag the marsh and bayou all formation -
capital. In spite of the! natural strength of was broken. and the assailants! ANNUAL CONVENTION TARIFF" ON COAL DOOMED.

Destruction of local l public spirit. the Courunt,6.iUl : Vii.IHrL] 1 I IU'IMS :1 i ril: uS L'emnla were J jaultn.J together, and mad" splendid

Fraudulent capitalisation. ."How are you going to get at the alarnml :t.: t'if' dril I !;! : I' ruufremtit! ; tar.-h; for the hells and canistor Mu ilnj of Live Stock Association at C ngrta Will Paw a fill Removing

public? Mail them circulars and the Kansas: City. Via Duty.
Secrecy. I Kansas City. Jan. 14.-The sixth Wtihlnjtoa. Jaa. U.-It U oiiuvt
waste Inskets; in lO.OUfl( ) homes give
Management for the private benefit annual convention of the National && that: coagmj will pass a bill .

,! of olflCials.r each a weary yawn, and the circular I Lave Stock association began a four movies the duty of 1 il cent a ton oil

i disappears unread. Call upon the days' :ao..iOa at tau Century theater cctl Imported into this country
Tile (power to corrupt elections, and j t--,'.: IL)U"y. The auoujanco is nreat Thus bill may take the form of a :*
people and explain the merits of jour
: in some cases to corrupt the court n ;u&u ..i au/ previous! gathering of bate or Cnwback for :M day, a.J;

1. Tlie want of peraonal ou&ibility| wares. The sign 'Our Busy D.!) | tLv ....' ;liilon.: aid the work achitvtu also will provide for reciprocity a 1

to public t-eimmtut. hangs in the business, offices; iu private r i" >ji'jiy will stand: forth as imporLJL milting fret of duty coal imported! :'a-

r houses must the bell ': : :" ...,; *-y teat: Las resulted from a to this country from country grant
The holding of:vits-t pro-erties iu you ring 1.. .' c..:. >. ...ti(i in ths country. Man ing the same )pririlego to the United

1 mortmain-iu the "dead lund." Often you are turned away. If you u. ,.ij 11.:.: ;ates from distant points' States This moans Canada will! i <-rait -

get in by any shrewd excuse, you cannot 1 L ; :ut a.rr.vju for the first session. Nora 3cota coal to come into
,! He says that there should,; be restrictions .
t go beyond the hall or reception t... is: i .Pi i' J :Djfore tomorrow. the United States fre, whiU coal
1 placed around the trusts, and J U ".. .vr A. il. Lock0ry was to have from the Alleghenies and westward!

I r j among others Senator Hoar cites tLe room you are quietly watched in i ; u J. 4A: ) ta.!. i wsksiie!" : : oa behalf of the ,, will fo into Canada free of duty

1 j. following the interests of coats and umbrella, i' tr lot wa: ; ill am: unable to be.:. Th.!y wtyi and means eomittM w ::1 1 at.
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.; .;. First. "Hut put a cleverly worded advertisement ,- L I IP r..j -:. Mayor James; A. Reed took it.s I met tomorrow ant according t' t'i: V" .

Publicity..Second. ,I 'tt ; : ; ;i' ALl:. and' n an eioQuett address :, present proramme report a Mil 0:1
j I of those'" warts:: in n iie\\;: pl- ;
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the abort
The power to Mop their r il-: j.iu! the dtjcgaus. speaking for liaei It U eipectfd it
'1 that has an established reputation will pin ti hon tomarrox It
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busiue altogether if th..y'i ll.te the per the: : .t/ Bad state. The response on
i and circulation iu the city'- t>':.alf of the association was made by will be taken ap ia the :h e&at re ry

restricting law of congress. Ptttr JiD.en", of Nebraska, who spokeIn soon, and the intention U tj LaTit
homes and business houses iliad set-
Third.! Strict penalties ou them and Jowinj terms of the work before pus without much d lay IU ruafidfrmtlon -

t their oflidals violations of these what happens. You couldn't get in IM the convention! and the future importune : li the senate hi not been

there your-t'lf but your advertisement of the National Live Stock as j arruCtd for, but efforts art making
restrictive
f laws.
cooiaton.! to expedite! iU puat without
is there ou the breakfast table, in the 1
Fourth. Personal liability for all r 4 Then John W. Springer of Denver, j jprtildfr.t amrmdmeat kid with little! dLicu$ ioli.

f debt.;, obligations} and wrong doing of library, in the parlor, in the hewing 11 of the association delivered j

tp directors room, anC uhen ever)body is tLquir- 1t big i !dre!!. It was a forcible paper I OVERCOME BY! GAS FUMES.
1\1.II..fli.t"
agents '.
t. i ing for the >which can't be and dint with! the legislative, pending I[

f y Vanishing Man 4 >r / end future, necessary for the protection i Entire Aw.lanca in Theater AJmc&t
found it is likely tiding duly i
cu
very '
:r of the lire stock Industry. Asphyxiated.:
t. The l portion of the dethroned tyrant -I the quiet in the kitchen. It i is allover I ii I Ii i Chicago, Jin 14.-A special to The

mat), is growing precarious! |I I'ol11an's the house and wanted then. I t i DEFENDED HER GOOD NAME.I I Tribune from S;. Marys: W. Va., says, :
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"\\ S'pfarhich Frof. -\r-I I11F/ 1 I "Nearly the entire gallery aa.1h.n't
You
the otYit-r
are not. Similarly at
at the Auditorium theater well
Mrs. E.Tc9! Carson Slays Robert Rigsby as; as
temiH Ward asked the
I htnLgmiudedwoman I it is read and re-read and part( of the w// :I !in Macon. the members of the company on tte:

t i :_ not to !optolir him with, is becoming : use of IThi3 is Our Busy D..)' riu i i.- Macon Gx, Jan. 14.A tragedy occurraj stage, were overcome by the fumes, 01

;t I more and more duuperous.! in thla city yesterday in which natural gas here last night during a
togeta chance to read the
"" .' papers. Robert A. Rigsby was shot to death: per:Qrmt;c Two of the actriaF>'*
The devil is [being crowded
poor
out. end it is intt-rrstiujj to note the by Mri Fie L. {}arson in a Macon are at the hotel with only slight:

1 ; D1)Jbtlthe i-j getting what be de- advertisement has another than a law o ,ce. I chances of reco'trl.TaDY of the

f eervt'f.! Still, the giant woman hhould ClUCK SHOT AT A CAISSON.uMi The killing, sensational and thrillIng : spectator In the balcony and gallrry
commercial u-e. It is printed for ;
:n it u, was the seQuence of a were overcome at they sat in their
be
not tyrannous' ::! in usiu; her business purposes pure and simple; ( only! a hilmli'1I11' nun in the hurled at the intrepid mass. The groundwas quarrel: l wij-ili originated several seats and had to be carried! outs.: ;.IP. .

[ strength. I but it i is often read for news. \viiikx! : :awl tvo am f u':> marchinK upon swept by a hurricane of fire weeks aso. i j j where:: bowerer. they soon T ,n.'r"1.{
i them At li''vt! : t I'II.IHHI I) I more ronfeuVr- The feat was Impossible. The enemy I The .
It theater la heated and lightinatural ; 'iy
Every day the head of the ridiculous ------- -- stag a quarrel! in which two bus- ;
Uninterrupted Pipe Dreams. ates were needed: to hold off Grant Inland had Used the time to prepare the Ineaa colleges of :.1.con-the Georgia- gas, and an overflow: of ui.. on
+ Jam.-oii is shaved: a little nearer bhiffs for defense and had obstructedthe
and Sherman on the rin>r.
stop Alabama: college: of which Professor j Earned iaa caused the tn>uhln.
j i I to the hide. A woman relieves her Chicago Record-lierald. When Davis was at Grenada, In front( pasts across: the swamp; with! E. U Martin is principal, and the Lanier -
starts the right be hsuii decided that It would abatis. Cannon were planted on the Cold Wave
husband of $1)0.() He has uo redrtM Quay : year of Grant. It was Southern Business! rocrat: the I Reaches New York.
take twelve or fifteen days to bring up ridges to sweep the Held und ,'U;!.. Sew York Jan. 14.
-Following theraiittora
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ai emancipation proclamation to head of which r.J..
g is D. I-Enier S
the :;-
nay courts. A woiuaii has a rightto troop.4 from Arkansas and IITI'lIara'wQrksto kill every man who had the courageto : ured. heavy of Sunday the e.M!,!

I ttearch hr husband' pockets ami 1't'11l1 i h 'ins.WiUiaui hold Grant arm's length. A march up the bluffs. Morgan's men Mrs. Carson is teacher of j wave has raacbaj New York. In :::4
; lioriiner has decided to few days after Van tarn's swoon on fell bark and reformed and would Law telegraphyin ,i hour tai temperature
snatch up .such suns HS she ehooaes, the Geors.:>:.1i'! ': _:.a aid i dropped l''a d rgjees.
Dec. ft: Grant begun to tried again: if so ordered. The loss in rolLpze
Holly Springs, .
TL.
off and in future the : temperature at midnight!
1 swear! permit : /
the "Mi.. youn lUgsby wag a ctHdeai: in the
says ouri (Solomon\ Judge!( retreat and remberton sent his men to the nine regiments under Morgan thai was 10 dagfc.S. This is the lowestreadin
George fMdener. 1:1: >noieb legislature to do tu it thinks! Vicksburg reaching there In person day was 1.43U. l:>i t being killed, ol-- Lancer Businew college: : I
Day by day the : for Dec 9
| it Is alleged that he made ;: exe'J-'l sinn' f'-J!
I best. Dec. 2s.! missing and 737; wounded. The Conilerates iFmai's: i
,I law prunes' .something! from IUIH'H f; .- ; boat but few at the Huffs. reflecting: : upon the eta-art'1': Mrs. 1901. Tho lowest temperature l last
William J. is to toll,. Sherman was not yet before Viokcbimr January was 12 degrees
llryan oinK on Jan 1Many
Caraon :
as a She
already woaan.
.jidirnantly
beggerly fatilm. Day by day when the Confederate chief :>:'. V.'bile the assailants marched forward instincts if
his fmployim\ is taken from him. an u'UtOSl effort during the C'IUIU. rivers but the Tedenil gunboats L.idsteamed in :.* face of the tire of the Con- denied them. rat-d sePt l :>,:; OltRi, s- to official B0t.ce.: suffering havecome
federateJUBS the bluff and the by shot him to death .s ttc law oLIce j
year to loo ; ou the bright tide of into the Yazon river abo\e I on men
i Most of the
novels :
and
m-igazines: are of Colonel Marmauuk, '!
Eajc-\
In the rifle pits three of the enemy's
the fortressand robbed the arimmovcuient ,
: wrHt'al1ll read by women. .\ f-\\ I things.Iludyard i ; of all lIl'Crl'C11O'l' t.. c" ?:::. nts advanced and attacked themin The affair has created a profound I Retail Grocers' Association

Kifling will durum the : the flunk. ID this manner several sensation ra Macon as both parties Kansas City, Jan. 14.-Groc rt are
fetrugaliu wen still keep I their hold fortress and \between It and the Yazou
here from all parts of the ('Oll .tr t <
are prominent
hundred but )
the eu .uiug year confine himself to writing there is a bayou connecting the waterof l'risoDt'1'Swre captured, I
f :t;. upon typewriter's. keys, but they the Y.I/OO with the Missisbippi. This the assailants 8atheir flags. A attend the sixth annual contention of

fight aeaiust Fate, Mho ii a woman |poems intended far the promotion bayou and the bluffs south of it bear standard of the Sixteenth Ohio was JUSTICE MclVER' DEAD. the National Association of Ih ta.l

e: herself. Many men could write uovtN of peace and concord. the name C'hiekasaw. and upon these torn to shreds by a shell, but the staff Grocers, which opened a three (U9:

All itrmt'u professors have entered bluffs Sherman first encountered the was carried back with the shreds hang Was on South Carolina Supreme meeting Sn Warwick hall toda\ About!
if
they hud chance, are now, the 200 of the SOO
Court expected deleiat, ha.
defenders of Vicksburg Dto('. :!1. ing. Bench 25 Years. e
., pilots of rlevalors. Hut the elevator into au agreement to rt-fraiu duringthe Sherman hud 3[ ,0tw men, but the I The brigade defending the bluffs Cheraw, S.,.C.. Jan. 14.-Chief Justice arrived, when the first seoa'on v\a.

girl ha.rpruug up i in Chicago. The coiniug year from troubling the day of his first clahh with the enemy.Dec. where Morgan attacked was led by Henry DjIver died at 4.15 yester- called to order this morning. (>r.. llf(

r 'wouiuu dike holders world by the discovery of new germs. _j, and fur two days thereafter I General' S. D. Lee, commander of the day afternoon at his home here. He the largest delegations was fr.irnln I
are numerous I there was but a single Confederate Confederate right wing. On his left was 76 years of age and leaves two :acsota: All the national office ro?

iu the Wt' -t. 1'hej.: .-ouri woutauktillragisN The theatriuil managers haveagreed regiment in Vicksburg proper. The i i lay the brigade of General Barton, sons and one daughter, Thomas P. the association are here, and an or.! t

have lixwl their commauJ- among themselves to produce rest of the defenders were strung I nearer the city. Darton was: confronted Mclver, of Charleston; Senator Edward ing to President Joseph E. Wii'idm-..

iug the no plays during the year liM)3! that along Chickasaw bluffs watching thepasses b> the Federal division of Gt>net".ll'i Mclrer and Mrs r.. C. Watts, of South Bend. Ind.. important work;
eyes upon supreme court of : from the bayou to the raid Morgan L. Smith, consisting of two of Cheraw.He will be done.Important.

that talt'. They fray that women are they would bate to have seen by th..irown Leading from the Yuzoo to Vieksburg. brigades. While Morgan was attacking was a signer of the ordinance I'

fclfgibU-! be judges of that court. daughters. Sherman had sent the division! of General Lees line Smith's column charged the: of secession a captain of cavalry under -I Arrivals Jay Steamer.

We foresee the of Every American girl whore father A. J. Smith to confront Vicksburg; breastworks held by Barton. Five attempts Hampton in the army of northern I New York, Jin. 14.-Among the passengers
triumph the
i gown, and on the nth and 2yth the Confederates were made by Smith, and three Virginia% in the war between the who arrived by the stanurIlaiscrin

and mini, petty niau, thrust from the I is rich will for one year wear a button wore driven back to their times his troops mounted the Coufeder. states and one of the leaders in the i I Maria Theresa from IIft'awu.

L ll'h. I! bearing: this motto: "&o tilled trenches. Sherman said that Smith's ate parapets. Once they made a lodgment constitutional -onvention of 1865. I Southampton and Cherbourg i"iU\

foreigner: need apply." troops could not go forward under the and began to lay a mine Smith As soon as wbte men gained con- I were Admiral Lord Charles B I.- vni(

The physical exploits the womeu .- ...- '- heavy tire of the main forts and he kept up his attack till night; came on trol of the state, he was elected justine I and Otto Von Etze n.'Htarj' :11:1. t.>

folks,; are a-i; brilliant theft iut court
1 The U. H. & W. 1. railroad and M. H. supreme and in 1S7SI
failure to take Vicksburg ton
sooty>os. Women play Got ball, was elected chief justice, which office :
Co., now has train service to Manatee, In the pathway of the storming cote was disastrous' to the plans of Grant
he held
at the time
of
3 his death. I
AVomt'ii llt-Ioug to fire compauie-) Florida. wan the Federal scouts found a lake lIe had sent Sherman to the task in order He
was assiduous
In his duties
In 6t. Louis: the other d'y three factory eighty feet wide. It was thought necessary to get the start of General McCler- has himself! written! and !, MclVER and UACX.l! J
Rn.: Carlisle P. B. Martin L. l. 0.AVaverly to bridge this water, and there: nand who was on the way down the more opinions '
gills had a fi-l tight, described than any other Judge who ever sat in I I
't Texas, writes: "Of a were not enough |pontoons in Sher Mississippi with authority from Washington
court In this except-1
any
as higlhy s v'ieutifiL'. I/ist \\ct'klrs.. man's train by thirty feet to It. to command the river expedition: country not ,.
span .....
morning, when drat rising, I often Ing ch'pf justices or associate i ",, -
Ernest F. lUirmtMer, wife of the The leader of the column General G. u"Ilinst'ktsbnrg.. McClernand arrived justires I -. ...
find a troublesome collection of W. Morgan, devised a trestle to piece at the close:; of the battle and assumed of the supreme court of the I' ___ '!'
f blunt! of Drtiie) county, Wimtuiaiu, United States. : .. ,
pnlfgm, which produces cough, and nut the gap. and while thp'orkm'n control. I I..fJ :1
i took "two burly couviots" to the state fere building it the Confederates appeared Chickasaw muffs might fitly be called i .
.' U very hard to dialoge: ; but a small 1 wo tv.t cunarders Ordered. i
prison, her "3S caliber revolver! handy at one end of the lake and began the battle of the Smiths. The \ cks- i
quantity of BalUrd, Horehoun 1 Syrup to fire upon the engineers. rOilter's burg defenses were commanded by Glasgow. Jan. 14.-After" several j i
iu her pocket." The country t is; full will General Martin L. Smith. General. false alarms two new cunar e:5 have '
ut cage disloge it, and the trouble Hrst Wisconsin battery promptlywent :
FUNERALDIRECTORS.
i i of athletic wowen, trained in many, is over. I know of no medicine that into position to return the tire. ; J. Smith with his division made the been definitely ordered. Each of them i i I 4

\ is eqti:..l to it, and it is s>o terypleasant General Morgan In person directed ,. first attack on the defenses General will have three screws and will cost
the efforts of Poster and saw a Confederate Morgan L. Smith led the Federal attack 6250000. It Is stipulated that they !
\ to take. I cau most cordially .
caisson with gunners on the : in the center and his two brigades shall be ready for their maiden voyage -i

by K mu>cle of iron; the pLiut of the ; recommend it to all persons, needing ammunition boxes: moving up to one of were commanded respectively by in June, 1905. The vessels must -1-
medicine for throat or lung trou- do 26 knots for six hours : H te ruJlI'oc& oruoSni.CMteu! aDO han
0 the batteries lie Colonel Giles .\. Smith and Colonel T and 25
asked
enemy's &
o Hon. George II. Couover, of Chicago Captain I B1of every *er1pUon. -tp ttOt,1 ,u-cto
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bles. Price 2V oU :U ) bottle bets for two days' continuous steam to
H kt Poster if he could blow up that : Kilby Smith. paid barlalierrlcei.
'i _a. iiM-rL"e; : ,vifeof his bosom! : The Auti- louOl.oI.)' Drug Store. m J(| caisson. "I can try sir! Poster re- ; GKOIU1E L. KILMEU. In g. Ji Embalming to Ordor1

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t THETRANSPLANTED LILY. ravages of insects, human: life would Do Women Want ta Motel'i i OUR WEEKLY EDITION. VW t<

afft ---- vanish from this planet within the To the Editor: Ocala Banner -- YCO11ERCIAL

r (Published by Requeft.) short pace of nine years; and I T .e first valid objection oil'ered by i\ We think we have every reason to -

Thou sever wilt grow old. 1 ihns poking woman suffrage is that : be proud o'our weekly edition. \
Nor weary nor ad inthe home of thy birth, venture the prediction that in half [ BANK OCAL I
leaves will unfold the of do not want We believe that is without 4 3
>|' beautiful lily. Thy that time no on- of us could Jive In majority women i iit it comp -
i is and brighter than earth. 3r
ja a clime that purer Florida were our birds suddeutly to therefore it is uieles They al- j! rion the best weekly paper printedin I r

0 holy and fair! I rejoice thou art there I Ii Branch of Commercial Bank Jacksonville. k
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1'1'1(1) have virtual representation f'lorUI1. ]
ji that kingdom ol light with iu cities of gold leave for places! where their services t

Yibere the air thnlls with angst hosannas and are better appreciated. '! in their fathers or husband or t.roth-I It contain" twelve pages and coversa j

Tfcoo wilt never where grow old,sweet,never grow old. In our inconceivable folly we of.l.i j ers, and do not need a vote. In so I II variety of topic;, CAPITAL S5O.OOO

1 am i pilgrim, with sorrow jindjsin Florid never hesitate! to kill a bird 'j I tray tlii objection need be discussedit I It gives all the cutrent;"political 4

Blunting TOY footsteps wherever I go; If seized with au in liniuion to do 5.>. applies with equal force to men, happenings: in the state anti the comment Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited. a

Lucia, a warfare my title to wins I I I. Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to Care.
A little coated flitting and has been met already by personswhoe of the state press thereon. I our i
TFcU will it beef it end nil in woe. gray chap, :
Exchange Bought and Sold.
n\rres.stand for in- It gives' two to the telegraphicnews I' i
JJiwiog thee tweet, I am laden with care; from tree to tree, in search* of the progress pares .

rjrkr my garments with mildew and mold; irsecta that are sapping their Jiff, eerily, aisdoru. Secretary I/unsays: and the greatest discrimination: I INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITSWA i
angel,are unless and fair.
bright
Thou my offers a tempting mark and we blaze '\ om-body Mays few women would I i is J eiveu tu its selected articles suit !
lid wilt tern grow old sweet, never grow old, $ !
vote if enfranchised. It often happen they are especially! valuable ,to the" !
at him! with
a two rifle WA AAAAfrAAAA
jtow,canst thy hear from thy home in the skies away twenty V' t 1i
Jin the fond words lam whisp'ring to thee? jiMtoseeif we cau hit !him. To kill in an election that more than half I farmers aud to those who are already .

Doa That thou(Itried look me down oft ere on thy me spirit with the was soft free?eyes him in such an expensive! form of the n.rn refuse to vote. But if one living; expect to live in this 'state. : i

Sol believe thou the shadows of time amusement that it would be more min or woman wants to exercise the The pOem by tin most celebrated J. F. EDWARDS'

t Hide the bright spint.I yet shall behold: economical to charge our rift with a right io vote, what earthly reason is: poets find a place in its columns, war I

a Thou Thou wilt wilt love never me grow and old(pleasure sweet E sublime a er grow) old. golden bullet and fire it into the ea. I there for denying it because other stories and articles of fiction are alp I BIG WHISKEY HOUSE, !

men luJl1Ien do not want to es- its special features.Its I
among
A fruit red bellie-l wood
Tbo wilt thou be when the pilgrim grown gray. grower spies a
Gainesville and
Ocala Fla.r.uiors
papa when the vines from the hearthstone are I peckersmpliug his ripening peach, ereisr it? If I desire. to breathe. the editorial page is conducted in Ii 1. -- ---- -, i iI i

riven; i and declares of fresh airof heaven, shall I not cross the mot broad and tolerant manner = I I _0 i
instantly ester
Faith hall behold thee b pure as day a war 1, 3i

Thou .ast torn from the earth and transplanted min<\Uon against the whole family. threshold. because the rest of the and covers the leading topic of state I -::: I i ci .;

to.heaven. lie had better retire from lumineM! at family group prefer the stale atmosphere : and national occurrences. rt-t ,......... a.e- t i

O holy and lairll! rejoice thou art there, indoors" And Mr. George The Sunday sermons by the editorare .s I J c __ -
la that kingdom of light with its cities ol gold. once and save the: further expense of ... f
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Where the air thrills with angel! hosannas caring for his orchard ; for without the William Curtis says: "The a.sertion reproduced in the weekly edition .- n = :.. S!

Bad where that w hen a majority of women ask and hiV eli aid of the wook his '
expert peckers! i
r Thou wilt never grow old sweet,never grow old :- y.G -
efforts!! can only result in failure.A for equal political rights!: they will be opinions of the state press. ;:. J .i 1, = -.,'" i
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granted is a confeisiou that there is The subscribers of the Ocala Weekly I r .. '
boy is allowed to catch a young fi.-c '%.' '" \
FLORIDA IIRDl WORTH THEIR --
mocking bird, or a red bird, and sell no conclusive reason against their Banner get the full worth of their 1:r ,F ;
WEIGHT IR COLD. I _y
it to a tourist:: fcr fifty cents. The charing thtm. And if that is so how money and we hope that our efforts '." 2Iff1

state is made at least one hundred can their admission rightfully depend to prim the best weekly newspaper in -.. < .-. i
We have been requested by Mrs. B. .- -- -'"- .,
.
of the for dollars poorer by the act. It wouldbe upon a majority? Why should the Florida will be appreciated. o I 4
Tt Perdue, president Society I -
cheaper ill the end to give woman who does not C8rtto vote We thank the people of this county -
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal away .iXIIITSEIt' Hl'S1I IDLER I F

the follow- golden birds of the same weight.A prevent the voting of her neighbor for their long and continued patronage -
io this county, to publish
meadow lark, or each one of a who does?" And the venerable and we wish them all, tingly and
ing article. which we do with pleasure FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

: covey of quail, in a ten acre tomato sl.tt'sn1l1ntnator/: Hoar said : "The collectively prosperous: $ year. My J3oo Rye or Bourbon. at.._.............._..S1,75 My ft 00 Gin at.... ..........................__. '". a a
B its :My 250 *' __......... .'m. :.00 My ioo North Carolina Corn at.... .... .._ I.
Florida is preeminently an agricul field earns ten dollars in a single sea committee concede that wom ought The inner enters upon thirty- My 3,00 ......., .......... 2.56, My 1,50" MTn Dew Corn at.. :rI.
_....._.._. ... .. .. .. .. ..
My
tural state, and fruit raising is its sonar an insect destroyer. Yet we to be clothed with the suflrage in any sixth year with new presses: a new My 4.00 a.oo Giant ...................... ..........-.. .. ..m. 300 1.75 ::My My 4.00"300", .. .. -.-3- i

thief industry. The hardest fight of not only shoot these birds ourselves, state where any considerable part of gas engine of the latest make new My %.50" _._............._...................... a.oo! My 4.oo New England Rum at.- I !

the fruit grower is against the hoardsof but we Invite our friends from far and the women desire it. This' is: a pretty type, a competent force of experienced The Jus; and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature. 1

wide to come and help us des'roy serious confession. What has becomeof workmen and hopes that this may be In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost ol jugs. Half-gallon jugs !..
insects, aphides, ants, bug, beetles, -galloD jug. l5C,2-gallonjug,25c3-gallonjug,3sc; ; ; kegs.$1.I a !
and them as though they were a pest we the argument that women are Unfit the most prosperous year in its his sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I give gaod.ho seat
flies
?* caterpillars, grasshoppers, goods and full measure,
Are desirous to abate. to vote?" A tnalorder wiltconvinceyoa that"weir*the people Termseash with the order.
H grubs that devote their entire ener toryWe Vours.aa&iollstoolue.
Besides the insectivorous! birds .A remonstrant gays! : "If womenare again ask its patrons to rally J. F. EDWARDS.
gies not only to the destruction of his!
upon whose efforts we are absolutely to a+ium' the duty of suffrage around it aud help it in its efforts to .
crops, but of his trees! which they I

stack, in leaf bark and root. He dependent for success in every branchof they must either add it to their other extend its circulation and we hope 0 -o

agriculture, there are those of iue- I duties or lay aside other duties to take that we can say before the end of the g
wnaheaa
fights them with sprays, i

fumigations and perhaps succeeds in timahle value. as tourist aitractnrs! I up this new duty. Would either ale year that it is read in every home in

destroying one beetle out of H thou- was there ever a northerner m Florida tcruative be just to themselves and to the couuiy. FRHOLIDAY i
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who did not listen easterly for Ids community at large? It is for 11,;
sand, one aphis in a million, and one What the Infidel Dreams.It GOODS. i
first mocking bird song, or watch to deoide." Now if woman thinks
ant out of each billion. His effortsare is in the desert, where virtue

.. with delight the ti-ihiug of a pelican the right burden, she is not compelled -
expensive, more or l "w injurious trembles to tread where hope falters 1
Is be not willing to spend money for to exercise it. And nobody
and ridiculous in their ineftkieucy.
and where faith is crucified, the infidel
the light of a tUmiuvo, a roseate will dispute her right to judge for
In spite of them he would quickly be dreams. To him all there U in
spoon bill, or a woodibis? and, doe ht' drto the justice or injustice of CALL AND SEEM
drizen of bueineM it for
out were not heaven ii bound by this little span of
he not exclaim with pleasure at a it, provided she allow the same freedom S
an army of trained allies, alert, sharp: I lire; all there Is of pleasure and loveis s

flashing:: glimpse of a pannkett, or a to others. l
eyed J, tireless, and eager to devote circumscribed! by a few fleeting
uoiipjkriel He is willing to pay liberally -! EIAOR\ MONROE BABCOCK.
their time to his service without pay.I yeau; all there is of intelligence and FISHEL'SNEW .
for Much siiitits HS these, aud we Dunkirk X. '". Jan Sth 1902.GeVoa's .
bird ,
mean, of course, the with- wi"aom il in the human brain ; all
have given him just cause to conapUiu -
out which our fair !state would quickly there it of mystery and infinity is
of the ab/'euoe of bird life along Weather Forecasts. 1i i
I b-C'tine, not only non-productive, fathomable by human reason and all
inland{ Di-Vue is recognized the world overas .
our N\JI td and water wnys. A
but atisalutt-ly nniulubiiablf. A I there is of virtue is measured by the s
few these tie moat accurate weather prog
swarmed with
l Frt'Ueu scientist has declared yeursago STOCKAT
nott'
I relation of man to man. To him all
birds whole movement were of theireniest nc>vintor in the United Stiles and
that without bird t> cheek the must end iu "tongueless silence of the
( interest to our winter yi.4t019. hi- forecasts nearlyalwajs prove corr .
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iA dreamless dust," and all that lies be- i
Now they are silent and devrteil despoiled ".'t. Hi? advice to protect orangetr e
yond the i is voiceless shore -
I. of a chief attraction by plume "r9 the I Utter part of the present grave I
Loss of Flesh aud starlet sky. To him there i is no
and skin hunters who have robbed month should therefore be heeded, I
print of deathless feet on i iU eehoe! s
Ur without wo much as sa}ins! "thank and no. dcubt will be by growers iu Greatly Reduced Prices.
(> sand, no thrill of immortal music initsjoyliM
the! eouuMes north of the Manatee
When you can't eat breakfast you'e I air. He has lost his god
take every prectutiou to prevent country. Following are his forecastsfor
take Scott's Emulsion. and, like wine seraph flying in the j
a thief from t-tetUiui! even the Jaimiry:

When you can't eat bread most trilling of our posses...ions, and The \earl9Q3 is likely to develop rayless nignt he probes his way on
{ searching for the
flasgins pinions
and butter take Scott's at the Mime time make no H'ort to eccentric weather. There will be M. FISHEL
light where\ dukne-s' reigns, for life '
dissuade the gunner from shooting drouth in some .sertions! and too much t
Emulsion. When you have where death i is Iu-r.ob Taylor.A I
the birds uim) whose existence depends rain in other. This unetjil distribution -
been milk diet and
living on a our very livelihood. Queer, [4 likely to cause severe local Littla Bey's Life Saved. '

want something a little more i.-n't it?-Kirk Muuroe I honorary vice storms l.t to 6th, snow or rain, followed I have a f-w words to say re-gird o 0 %

nourishing, take Scott's president Florida Audubou i Society. by cold wave, moderating on tog Cbarnb-rlaiue's Cough Remedy.It r .
saved my lime boy's life and I
the 6th. 7th tn 9tli, a storm over the
Emulsion.To Does it Pj to Buy Cheap feel allot I i-uuot praise it enough.

A cheap remedy for coughs and Mississippi' Valley will cause local I bought a oottie of it from A. E.

get fat you must ed colds i< all right, but you want something snow and rain i storms followed by Steereof Good win, S. D., and whenI PLANT POTATOES !

fat. Scott's Emulsion is that will relieve and cure the t
a cold 'wave from 10th to llth. 12th to got home with it the poor' baby l

great fattener a great t more severe and dangerous results of 15th' a storm will form over the lowerUicMitoippi could hardly breathe. I gave the ,
,
throat and lung troubles. What shall medicine directed every ten minutes

strength giver. you do? no to a warmer and more Valley aud move northeastward until he "threw up" and then ]I -- '

regular climate? Yen if possible it causing rain over the gulf
Those who have lost flesh ; .I thought sure he was going to choke to
not possible, for you, then in either and south atltnuc states, and snow death.Ve had to pull the phlegmout

p want to increase all body ease take the only remedy that has over the northern and New England of his mouth in great long SEED AND FERTILIZER rt'1'

been introduced in all civilized countries : that if I had
tissues not fat. Scott'sEmulsion strings. I am positive
r' only fetatt 16th to 19th, cold and bluster -
with success in severe throat and I not got that! bottle of couch medicine, LOWEST IMSIClvSSend
( increases them all lung trouble, "HoBcht-e's German )'. :20th to 23d, storm will form F
my boy would nt be on earth [O.I1Y'I

'r bone flesh blood and & }'rul"." It not only heals and stimulates over Texas and move northeastward, I Joel Deruout, Inwood, Iowa.-For
,
the tissues to distroy the germ causing snow blockades: over the sale: by Anti-Monopoly Drug :Store m trd; for our booklet "HUSH IMVIMTOHV'
I
nerve. disease, but allays inflammation andcauses western states, and raiii over the ------- --- on !'Ioil. M-t'd. how to plain cultniiU' ami "liii>.

I For invalids for easy expectoration, gives a Military Boys Quit School.Eleven cent Tree for the a..l.inddrt.'I; > .
convalescents : southern and extern: states. 25tb to
I good night's rest and cures the> patient of the thirteen cadetsthat
' for Recommended 27th, cold wave." 2Sth( to 31st a storm WILSON & COMPANY
consumptives by TOOMEFj FERTILIZER
't' I' many years would have: graduated: from the South .
for all druggists in the world. You can will form over the Gulf of Mexico and
weak children, for all / Florida Military Institute at Bartow

who need flesh Scott's get this Drug reliable Store.remedy at AntiMonopoly ;: move up the Atlantic coast, causingsnow iu May, quit upon the retirement of ]la..uf'1u'lurt.'r.. of Ideal Fertilizer!.' and Special Crop Formula _
;
i from Georgia to Maine, followedby
General Law a> t-uperintendent. They
Emulsion is a rich and com- Two Opinions. a very cold wave. Protect orange AKSO\V1L1J:. I.OIilDA.
I I were all scholarship ttudeuls an.] receiving -

Portable food, and a natural Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner I trees. their education at the expense .i r S

tonic. ) has begun to write sermons. We see
A Cure for Lumbago.! of the state.
1 his I isTAHLisini: II 11:.i us.HRHHE .
Scott's Emulsion for bone finish as a gubernatorial possibil- W. C. Williams, of Amherst, Va., Both the retiring superintendentand ,
ity. -Jacksonville Metropolis.V I I
flesh, blood and nerve.Ve V ays: "For mire than a year I ant!- his sueces-or, as well a> the BROTHERS'CASH

I eretl l from lumbago. I finally tried friends of the young men tried to
I want to remark right heie, (and 1 i
\ will send CliumUrlaine'e Pain Balm remain without I
youa and it prevail ou them to MAIL ORDER HOUSE
free we made about the b- l1Ie a-oertiou ,
sample. I i save me entire relief, which all other success.They. !
three years ago,) that Col. Frank
yW Be sure that thil picture' remedies Lallilt'll to do." For sale were determined to show their
,VJ gjjj|RAJ in the form of label is on I Harris, the veteran and brilliant editor : by the Auti-louoi Drug' Store. m Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
:f.euTal Law.
the of bottle loyalty I
wrapper every of the Ocala Banner would makean
r tjV of Emulsion you buy. I I i Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in ""m. J. Lemp
The has. submitted to
Ideal governor. And we candidly ; governor apolitical fo cure a cola in one day. Brewing Go's: St. Louis Beer.
scon & BOWNE !
lit Iie\'e that he would get the support interview by the Tampa I
Take Luxtive P-romo QuinineTablets -
a at DII m. I
ofatlea-itwothlnte\ of the Florida Tribune, and that settles his hl*h.
i All druggists refund the moneyif 11246-1258
iI Adams St. Jacksonville F1aaI
i 409 Pearl SL, N. Y. I ,
press frhould be decide to become a Vale Z\'w adaki'ale Jennings! it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's ,

50c.() and $1 1 all druggist eat.didate.-Crystal River News. Sanford Chronicle. signature i is on each box.-15c I 1"lnt'l: LIST APPLICATIO.Y..


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L THE 11C ALA IA1ENR. .T.-\SC'ARY 16 J003.
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haunted. There are '. and means. ,

All the National even though tropical l fruits and vegetation Formula tells the story : .


'w Bank Circulation death seem tlow. to There have the received people their will Chronic Chill Cure

l in the United States could not try, and will [find but) though by !I: df'xHrienN'
p- Not 4 pat Estficine: : a thin spirituous liquid of a plaosoot kirter taste made of
purchase the assets of The how to live and prosper
I An !
Fluid Extract P2SUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Mutual Life Insurance Company in Florida. Out of the depths of a
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
f of New York. ruined plantation and the wrecK of

the for reward, the editor offers Fluid Extract DeG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
<. Total circulation of all National Banks in the United hoped
t Slates September 30,ijoi this motto for the people the state: CITY :: Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

r $323,900,000Assets "If at this you can't succeed try TEs Best General To: c. No Cure tJ0 Pay. Price, SOc.
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else. !! '
something zartos K $ Kr W303'RSvi v && &JijiSM "L f- ra S T P
t>l The Mutual Life Ini. Co. of New York artlarger
than those of any other company in ealstenie.5352,8ooooo .
One won't take far- day- -
step you very -
You're got to kcepron walking; Dread -' .' .- !
One word won't tcllffolLs who you are- -1L-==. \ t'_ -. i J. :, Eri is. Tres. 2-=s: ZrTs, V. Tres. J : ::=!: :C :'!au,
-
Yuu'c got ro keep on talking Los < -
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Since orgar.wa.ion this Company h-i paid policy Uk" I .
hoiers over MR. ANDREW CARNEGIE AND HIS: winch !U' arc P"" I i

1 $569, I 59,000 GIFTS. lowing ration ; 0-k r!.Y ,l I 'I.w. H. BRIGGS HARDWARE CO


o which is more than any othrr company in the world he .
ha d)bune Mr. Andrew Carnegie came to l
the ;; ,.
.:' Write lo-
TIlE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE and during his boyhood struggles a ,

COMPANY OF NEW YORK neighbor, a kindly man, loaned him ), : '/ $I r I ..\..,.. ... ......'" .""1
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I IH
RICHAKO A. McClRDY rresi eDc. some good books to read. go to

J. H. LIVINGSTON JR.. Agent. Ocala Ha, Books. at that time were very scarce this and C' !

CECILMILCOC.Agrnttorthcstatcof Florida and<< very dear and the loan of these they

Jack>n\'lle, Hla. books made a great impression! Upon is ble today of Fatty E Only material the beat A-WAREfL!

Mr. Carnegie at the time and he registered goes
DE PROFUNOUS. into th oven and
have
a vow that if he ever got to bea ers only the

Just after Florida's great: freeze, man and was able he would makeit thorities: :BEST BREAD Mill and

when there wni desolation every politic to put good books in.the. the It is delightfully crisp and Turpentine Supplies
do all A few luMi buttered i* a
reach of all who for
where and the future seemed almost boys, yearned the it.st-lfu.nd; almost a'; nutritious

hopeless, the following beautiful ar them. for Bread et<'., can be morn
ticleappeared in the East Coast Rejtuhlioan > Mr. Carnegie is now one of the manity tilled by

world's! greatest financier! He is io ation "\
} printed Melbourne, on cuniary Largest and Oldest
Indian river. rich, indeed that he can scarcely get tend the 11IS' @ARY f

article will be read rid of the interest:: on his money by lamlty House
\Ve believe the Turpentine Supply
I :1 \ It}; lit II' : 1 Le
gifts that have made him known as republic
with great interest at the present ---- -- -
time: one of the greatest! philanthrophistsof tatlan In Georgia.

sins of commission modern times. : I _
"We bewail our I INMOST ...
F :U. "' ".DI
lie is establishing public librariesin seven
in that we wrote an editorial on the
six death ; papl'l"I haw lately! given urrcncy
of the cities in America and
a: subject of the weather which has many family: [.>' irn..poaMi e panic to tin eflect Southern Agents for
of the in Scotland, hi_ native country. But
evidently raided the wrath Many 1
Storm Kins. Yet thins did look so these gift. have such long string tied gone to HOME SEWING MACHINE CO EIXPORD TURPENTINE A XES.u
\ A : a trust or oumbuwtidn ; we wish .
to them that make it for city;
smiling, the skied were blue and the impossible public Hut tin it l lit flU truth in
also !& .
I small communities to be benefited by W h.e b"11 munuf.'luPtng .
1: winds balmy; the river laid at our It has; /' for over* quarter ova cent J- = ;""' _
k in the them-aud it i ii in these communitiesthat entire esubluhevl n-putatiou for our-
and
feet glistening dimpling
our machine that in the envy of all
sunshine, and we, like the swallow they are mostly needed. Even "\tie IIotHf" machine bus MAil ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERFUllY QUOTES
that : rlvalyd as a f"wllnu ('blne.-lt
he whole in the cities, where they have been 'hl.'l1Jofall Grade,
f 1 who thought; that was a clothing High sewing =
summer in himself, began to sing a accepted the conditions make them A man w l llotnr"stanJson in 1U the own 0.1r.411111 umnts.
L. W. JOHNSON :
6 t! song of the warmth of the days and a burden and a doubtful! benefit to the found on GBADESeietng JIuchin & BRO.
was on the market. *
Dealers in
the beauty of the nights, and thought citizens.Time a <'l'Slillry for us to enter Into a trust

; cornmUeratingly of the poor people have changed very wonder there.A credit pay We or pay have any never debts entered as we have Into Hew and Second Hand Machinery.

up north shivering in the grip of the tullyince:: Carnegie was a boy. with manufacturers of low grad LAKE CITY, I'J.OHnu.One .
c from that are made t> sell regard-
( great blizzard. And we remembered Books are no longer scarce and are him In intrinsic merit Do not b.I de- 125 horse power return tubelar boiler with fitting- *,7j <'I.o .
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bud of the pineapple, no longer dear. For nickel one can hersolf you want a sewing machine don't Three IIJ))0 each.. ,IN' ,">
the crimson .,
muney away from home; call on a One ill" lL U ...... ,{.-,11 t.'HI
buy a Sunday containing by the '" Dealer, he can sell a ..
ceremeuU the newspaper ( you .1 .t IL
i bursting its green ; .. for lees than 5,5t . ;O INI m>
tow you can purchase ..
a
dainty blo'j.'Nll1 of the orange, faintly all the way from forty to sixty pages: If there 11! no dealer near you U 511" 'I ;iIN1.INi' '
burned u U u u
i t u> us. 52 . ::::;.INr'
.: scenting the atmosphere, the lu,.hgiftii aud books and magazines are propor. The h 40" u fire box bo I.

1 leaves of the rubber tree, and tionately cheap.A being MACHINE CO Iit tt .t . . . IaNItl :: '
ring to MASS. 20 Atlas fire box boiler. .. 1 17..I.U IN)
the pale emerald of the gmHt 'I young boy, who I is at all ambitious, can attacked : Chicaen..Ill.. ,5t Louis, Mo., Atlan- 15 U boiler on wheels. . . . IT") ;'; I"'
.t'E Dalu! >, Ti x tau FRiUUISMl. Oil.KAHKESTiNG .
growth, and we said : "The winterof get all the literature he wants, so it thorities IN G 1.\1.: :....;.
is of doubt -- - -- One 80 horse power Lam & .
let a matter grave as to sick
our dUunnt iit i is past; us re- 75 N. Y. ,
safety upright. . . 4N' INS
,, join that we have escaped disaster." whether Mr. Carnegie's gifts will produce lazaretto.: Ti .". lOii .' flail aiitomaiic. ....... . 7, '.'.'
the results be anticipates.If Many 35 bkiuer center crank ,;:, ,.,
x "Visions of possible profits; ant of the LfLCHIME? I. 25 Erie City. . l 17.; ,""
of we were Mr. Carnegie! our philanthropy '
:
easier conditions fur the people rONU: )1EItR1'- R01'Si) .
of the golden would be turned a different' COMPANY .
.: Florida, of a return i .. .
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p days of delighted touri-ts luxuriating direction.
all We would join hands with )Ir.ROl'kdt.IIt Coaches D. POOSER, Agent,
n in the charms of our winters, pasted
A, FLOHlJ )A.I. .
>r and other McMillan BrosSouthern
in review before our mind's eye, philanthropistsand (!

and we took our pencil and wrote. organize a "charity trust." \Ve Train :\

*** would h'Lit' known that there was bound

"Afar, in the north the ttorius one tru-t in the world that }poied! was
running Copper 'orks.
marshalled their forces; daily nearer a soul. Only

and nearer they swept! in insidious We would have: auxiliary commit- train

1' advance, while in the Southland the mittees in all the towns and cities ,, Engineer ?: Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

balmy s\mtnts ftoiu the Atlantic throughout the United l States: to provide cars W .

showed no sign of abatement, until at the poor and indigent with food I were ,-. ...), and General Metal Workers.Old .
i : .'
them .
'.' last with fell swoop of howling blast: and clothing. \\'e would have bred I, wreck j ;: ::' i' ---__ .

and .tort tossed waters the blizzardwas wagons to make their dally rounds stated, 1 bare on band a Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching::

: UIH'>H in. Hcfore iU withering through the indigent districts *o that I i I 11 one and grinders two-horse and mowers repair-, through the country a specialty. Orders by mail Ir

gusts the winds of gentleness tiednttrighted there would be no starvation. We shall have in the next ten wire will receive prompt attention at either of thfollowing > .

the would have wagons to distribute fuel morning load of reapers, binders, worksFAYETTEVILLE a .
; cowering vegetation fire! was -* aud every part pertaining '
'.. waited with shuddering leaves to .0 that there would! be no freezing in Albert harvesting a success\ : I',
street r that the \Jt<.'-.>rmukth1 N. C.
meet its worn. The tell tile mercury the horn-s and would! distribute clothing fierce only right hand machine SAVANNAH, GA.

dropped slowly! and surely so that the laboring poor wouldbe spread I I j and ebould you buy JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i_ MOBILE ALA...
able j you are sure to be disap- ,
f down the si-ale, gradation by gradation to face the biting winds and ton Mr I

until the fatal cross: mark stood be thereby able to perform their dailylabors crossed i and challenge! ) the world to --------- -. ----- .--- '
I house I in the hirret-t Q.-ld.
i 1__ above the column, .Lud we knew that : without actual: tuCering. We house. '(' to show what ) Then.1

w i- were UQlUet.!. would make our donations practical who had i I fall and see me and I

V und of unquestionable benefit to saved several Ii you ive points you that UWIH'will)'. interest Every FERN Hill RYE !

"The sunshines a
I :\ are lulled, and a touch of eoftnest in would make this "trust so blaze I it i b turned over to you. H. ROSENTHALL & SONS, Distillers, Cincinnati, 0.

;tJ theair tl.'lIO.t! returning warmth ; but large and so full of soul that it would fire Is I D. POOSER Agent.
i I -
the bath ,
the sun shines fruz relieve the world of absolute destitu .
upon vegetation, dwelling.! I

i .1, and the warm rays only accelerate, tion. amount This is the 'Yi key you hear people talking about .

; .r the return, into the body of the It Girdles the Globe 1 all the when they say "That Good Whiskey." It has ;

"' .plant! of tho-e, juices which once too The fame of iSuckleu's: Arnica Salve, '' Palma MURPHY held its place at the head of the columnof
.
-t1t as the best in the world extends !.!
round
I* ;' ": chilled become to its life a f tall'oisol' New High Grade Goods for
the earth. It's the one perfect healerof : i many yearson
fi t E': F .' "So we take it all back. The cycle ma on I what?
cuts: corns! barns, bruises, sores, to San
at of our dkHters has not yet run its scalds toils;, ulcers, felon, aches, astically and Iroij Works. IT'S PERU'STRAUSS !
"
foursse, and the people of Florida aret pains and all akin eruptions. Only. dispatch


t ,. again to lane the bitterness of hope infallible: File cure. Uae a box at Anti- and

,, \ Moiiopoly Drug Store. 1 cheers. ..'; and iroii/t t"t.a
deferred. Hut will
they meet it like

;i : Illt'll. and with heavy but undaunted Death of Joe Belsinger. tension president i Mirhiut'tnd I'atii-r & CO. I

? i .). hearts bear their burden. They will Sir. Joe BeMnger: one of the oldest He '*: :Unr lU'lJul Hail- .

-1 make still ano'her bid fur fortune, traveling men on the road died of Tod The and.(' road JU'pnirx. i Distributors. I

.. and try here or elsew here to make of pneumonia last Wednesday.! He was English. E. Bay St Jacksonville '
t
;, .\ life a thing worth living. The coward: well known in this city. posed Ocala Linda.:

,. If, and! the sluggard! ill sit and sing their Simple Colds. I -- ---- .,

; lamentations into the ear of the wayfarer Cea-e: to be simple, if atalll prolonged. i It"

.t the strong and the brave will The safest way is to put them: I
ature in To Cure Cold in One
i.! l' In silence meet and combat their foe. aside at the beginning lUllard's I fell an a Day h Two Days.P

i Hort'houndyrup stops a cold and removes I pan 24

1 I;, ,: "Aud yet will Miuohine 4 come, for the ,cause of colds, 25e, 5i>e, i porting Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A I'JI; on every !
I '
.l and ;l.Oia j jI
bottle 7 '
: Anti-monopoly at Minion boles sold In past 12 months. This (9.c box.25c.r
r. .
Signature rrav i iS
,. the resources of the state are not ex- Drug Store, m : er U I J
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THKOPALA BNVNER, JANUARY F., 1903m ij

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!

-- about permanent peace in agrarian FOREIGN HLOS'r OE WOMAN:: CARRIED GUNS .

m )ver-Work Weakens Ireland. 9 1

Chief! Secretary Wyndham is anx New Ycrk Police Make Sensational
Your Kidneys.KlJaejs ious to make the meet 6f the Mother
opportunity ;
COAST Arrest.N
-- VENEl ,lA I
and it is belieed.: indeed, that ;:
?; Mike Imrure bloat I -w York Jan. 13.Two loaded revolvers -
tnhWrh1 Premier Balfour and the majority of
j were taken from a beautiful

Afl the blood I la your body passes through the cabinet agree with tho king thata Bel- woman who was removed in a cab
once three minutes great effort should now b* made to Negotiations Proceeding \iriis
!kidneys CYcry Sunday nIght from the Waldorf-As '
your The kidneys settle the whole! question. What {is 0
are yourDlocdpuriLerstheyfi6
sties to Raising: It. toria to Bellevue hospital! : and placed
feared is
that
the face
ID treasury may: in a ward for the female Insane! ,
( .
ter out l.e waste or the situation! In a haggling spirit. The ;
Papers in her bore the' o
fj. 1\ Imln'!irln' 'he bloc possession
.}''rx If they ere pick cr cut tenants are now full of expectation QUESTION; OF C.IIARANTEE3ital'an Insrriptlon: "Mrs. Maignsn. Philadelph'.a. 0 a e Her l hand, w the

cf crde'. trey fail to do and are looking forwardto oltatelsgholdings : ." and the address of '.P A.

fr" ( twcir work. on the terms 1 laid: down by :': foreign Office Re oanizs Corrt'.tncas :Mair.en. No 310 Arch street.' Philadelphia o / Children falk* .

Pains, aches andrheuma'.isrri the representatives, but if the treasury "
: of Gecretary Hay's Note was found on a letter. o against the stove
come from excess tails to give the necessary financial
The who the
woman registered In
c( uric acid Int.t assistance! the whole scheme will tnt Cortinuance of Blockade Will t? in some way every
blood, due hotel three dare ago as Mrs. T. A.
kidney_ troublc: to neglected: most assuredly cal'.apsa.FEITO'3 Furthr Impoverish Venezuela Malraen. of Philadelphia has orderedJpwrls day in the.fo

1Gd.1CJ trouble! causes e>lck cr unsteady to the value of abourI'MI1hH'' '
Negotiations bee ;-
Pomp, Jan.
hc art baits, aid: rr.'!kes ere {::! M though! ANTECEDENTS. relative from various fashionable jewl >rs year.

tb 1 r.:.1 bur: 'ro>lbe.: beetle the heart :j. twe-n l cooperating powers since! she arrived in this city. The

e rwsrkg: :"n ?"Pirt: thick, kidr.eypoisenedb' Spanish Geverrment' \ Wants to Know to raising the blockade of the superintendent in Bellevne hospital

!.cd through i rests and arteries. Something of Them. Ve:',!.! elan; coast are proceeding the
he thinks he knows who her bU3-
U i monomaniac Land Is H- admitted! spa was; a
truths were to is urced: to the: kidneys, of claims
r."darn science proves trtt who on Saturday: afternoon for the payment French woman of wealth and, aoriaidlstinctioE :
Eutaow reuyeon.naioral fire. a pistol: shot at a carriage !in thero.1 should the warships be withdrawn. arAph
!!!
a:1: fa'iKi I have ther bejmsds but df-cllned to give her !I
ofilce recognizesths .
' ,. 11I" : -v trout l!. procession in which the dukeof I The stators: foreign name or to furnish! any details: abont

It yoe in tick yen can: ntke no rnis'akety'first f .tomayor, the grand chamberlain r.irractness- of the contention in. her family ronne<'tlons.

doctcrmf your kidneys.: The mild Wilt uuppoaed to be riding! which caused SccrcterHay's; last note, that a continuance i,' The woman was! not violent in the

and the ettr.or m.ry effect cf Dr. Kilmer's ha t circulation of reports that an o* the blockade will only further : cab or in the ho pital ei 'ept when she RELIEVES BURNS instantly; draws out the fire, Cools, Soothes

Swantp-Kcrt' the great kidney remedy is attempt Bad b-*a aiad on thlife of impoverish: Venezuela and make and Heals the Born without PARA-
rculcd. It s'rd! the higlieit for its was about to be taken to the pavilion, leaving an ugly scar. Keep
: dif-
soon 1Jon4rl.lcllfot! .f the! :"tat dis'reistnj Cues King Alfotfto, I Is ehown by letters the tittlement of the claims more I rhfn she raved She is tall splcnrfld'v CAMPH in your home. You need it every day. Try Par.ic.imph

found open him to bare wife And fi-urt, and !is desirous! of meeting the ,I ISW .
and b soli en its rnerl a States. At' bui.t.with' fln'fIt1onll.1r handsome i FOR COLDS IN THE HEAD, CATARRH, HAY FEVER, etc.

ty an!l druj! "ts Cn fifty- ,. ;. two chiMrfn tiring! in RU"HCM, Ayres. ;( t:ion of the United without'an '' fesrore. end< with! the unmistakable I

II cent and,"el l.llar sizes. ; ,! ',"" Argentina The [Spanish! governmenthaa the s"-ne: time it cannot act ; !;'-'.mp of refinement. I SOLD ONLY IN 25c 50c AND $1.00 BOTTLES.AT .

You tray hate a K ___3.- telerrapijed} there for information Esr-ement with Germany and Great i iErit'n.

sample bottle by mail >om*or unp-Root. of Felto's antecedents.The :!. As the quickest solution the |i MEETINGS I IN KANSAS CITY. ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS.

free also\ pamphlet! telling you how to find police are looking tor an an- sutg stinn! ig again mooted whether j

out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. arcalst named Piercenti. who rpcent- ] the United! States might not a;aln be .
when Dr. Kilme Delegation* Fer Three AssociationsAre
this r ting Urn
Forsilc More
paper
Mention! Anti-Monopoly
of the ;;
the
ly sailed from asked to snarantfe payment
& Co.. Buighamton. N. Y. Argentine; and *ent to Assembling.Kansae .'
Barcelona, where all trace of him sums awarded now that the situation
was City, Jan. 13.-Delegations -- ---- --- - --- -
, lost. !has become completely changed.
EO from all directions arrived by every If you want to give a friend or relative

mm\ ESCAPE OF RISXBD LIFE TO SAVE DOLL. FOREIGN OFFICE PUZZLED. train convention today of to the attend National the sixth Live annual Stock I something that nIl be really appreciated 1 i:


association, which will be called to order as well as useful and lasting, consider the i
IU Death ef Llttla Girl it Charlotte, Castro's: Last Note Avoids Specific
tomorrow by President: John W.
following suggestions:
KEWYIM FIREMEN North Carolina Acceptance of Powers' Stipulations.{
Springer. Hundreds of others are I
Charlotte N. C. Berlin.! Jaa 13.-The foreign office
, Jan. IS.-In at- coming tor the annual gatherings of .
by Presi --- -- -- --- -
tempting here somewhat' puzzled
save her doll from the the Xa.tlonA.l001 Growers' association -

I Flames and> Falling Wdli Endanger flames today little! fay Sherrill. the dent Castro's last note. He avoids sad the National: Association of I

I J-yparold danjhter of N. W. Sherrlll. specific acceptance of the powers' stipulations Railroad Live Stock Agents, wnich al A HANDSOME BUGGY.

. Them. received burns that resulted In her and seemingly! leaves the ,
so meet in this city this week.
t death. basis! for a ttmect! as indefinite as I
There are 1.700 accredited delegates
STYLISH SURRY CARRIAGE
In dispatch! agreeing ; or
The child was !sitting in front !an his preceding
A MILLION DOLLAR LOSS. to the stock convention, and it is believed -
HALF pen fireplace when a live. roal popped generally! to arbtr! tion. The presi !
that the majority: of these will
ont and IgnitM; the doll's tress dent's reply has really not advanced ATTRACTIVE HARNESS.
Big Eight-Story Building Is Completily hat arrived when the first session la :
The child tried to subdue the flames the matter at all. but ft is confidently I
opened. President: Springer B. W.
Destroyed, Throwing One Thou' but before she succeeded her own little pupposed h- 1m glvf'nIr.. Bower full ,
Martin executive committeemen from A GOOD HORSE BLANKET.A
of .
dress caught. power attorney. i
land People Out of Employment
Wisconsin; L F. Lee, secretary of the
\Vhen the parents reacted their The state department at Washingtonhas
Fire Caused Two Explosions. X -w Meiieo sheep sanitary board;
a child the little! one was still clingingto advised the foreign office that fir William Theis acting national committeeman BEAUTIFUL PLUSH ROBE. :

her doll and her clothing In Bnwen has sailed from LaGuayra.:
New York Jan. 15.-Flre early today : was alight frora Texas and J. W. .'-
blaze.IS Nothing morn will be done from this
completely destroyed the story Seeman, of DenTt"rEre the
among A FINE WHIP.
side until Mr. Bowen reaches Wash
building at Alton and East Houston first arrivals.
I PP.INCE35 HYPNOTIZED ington. It is hoped that a full agree. :
streets, which was occupied by Fayer. I i ment will ba attained without arbitra- Besides the three conventions already I !

Heather d Ladow, manufacturers of mentioned, the National Association -------
; Lurid Sensational Report Current In tion. !
leather belting. of Retail Grocers and General I

The loss will exceed tall a million I New York Saxon, Jan 13.Capital-The most lurid Castro Give* Up Hop Merchants also will hold its annual There are so: many of these, and such a :

rev pork Jan. 13.-Referring to gathering here commencing tomorrow,
that fhil
dollars.The | sensational reports are now cur. god assortment, ire cannot to
the situation! in Venezuela the Lon and the hotel facilities will be taxed {i
firm had 1.000 employes who 1 rent in the S\ion capital says a Her- suit ifyou will to
come see tis
don correspondent of The Tribune says to their cap chy. you ; you I
Vlll temporarily be out of employment old dispatch from Dresden. regarding
'. the opinion: expressed by the leading will be surprised to know how little the !
of oil and the Princess Ijoulse and the query "Is
Large
quantities grease
onrials! there is that the blockade: has ARKANSAS LEGISLATURE. cost will be.
and these i the princess under hypnotic influence :
were stored in the building! evidently oppressed Castro and th'.t

made the tire fiercely hot and caused ,' !" is bn! $ propounded In pro- he hr.s Fires! up all! hope of American Convenes at Little Rock-Contest For And you want a horse too, we have them, i
ff:! !" ionril and Journalistic! circles.:
tuo explosions.! One of them neArly! IIlt.Yntlon.. House Speakershlp.IJttlo all )kinds. j
The Dresden Z-itun* prints a state-
caught a squad of firemen with a sheetof Rock Jan. 13.-The ATkaruru -
went to the effect that M, Ciron exert. PECULIAR CONTEST BEGINS,
result of the othera ll"gf l3.rurronvened at noon
Name and as a
j ed a !susc; estive icSueace! the'I
water tower of the fire department upon today. Han, Joseph L. Short, of Ful- S. A.

wag destroyed. The occupants of allrr I Impressionable! crown princess.3t Copy of ute. nted MIlionain's!'SI' Probate.Will Pro- ton county had no opposition for the Standley & Co.

ck Brrders' Aaioelation.Tjp presidency! of the upper body. Thereis
cearby bu'.Uicg! ieehidiag! a. thickly I j Cir.cianati, Jan. 13 -A peculiar contest .
'ki, Kiaa, hn, 15.-The thirty a lively contest for the speaker-
aemfent house; were drlven >
populated bAB here In the probate court
.first annual yatherin? of the Kanaa ship! of th- house between John I.

out FmproTfd *;ock Breedfs'. association today when! the widow of the late mil- Moore, of Philips county and II. K.Tont'y The Florida Fertilizer Co.
A portion of one of the walls fell tlon '."' John McCormick Gibson, of of Manufacturing
,
with
ia la .luson! here, with a lifjeatteadaace. Jefferson the indication
on the StM-o&j Avenue elevated structure this e..y. who died! as Asheville N. fl' the
for a three day's njeetii*. ( TOr1; former in the caucus Gainesville, Fla.
and cruh4! A girder. A battalIon C. I.w months ale presented for this afternoon. A
The stocXmen'smeetm? ends V.:"1nesday temporary or-
of la ffifen working on the railroad eTenic so that the rcrnber ?!ro'it. i copy of Vj: will: made from panizfttion! was e'eeted In the house High l Grade FertilizersEspecially
eta notes alleged to have
Just gut uut of the way in UUt: () may be free to attend the three days': : -aphle and the work of swearing! in the newmembers
a
I beta 1 iTr'TTed by Attorney Wells\ of gas begun.
ii1" save their lives. mf.'etin1ot the thirty-second annual:
ADcvile.:! The original! will, it (Is
bsenMcertaijied session: of the state board of agricul- Governor Davis trill! not send In hisnecsase
The origin of thu firo Das not Florida soils
adapted to and products. Spec
Ii I e s-rtp.1. Das never been found since
| ture. Governor W. J. Bailey, Pro : today The election of a

-- I j I Henry Wallace! of Iowa; A. C. IIolH- the death of Mr. Gibson. L'ait! '.'. :?cites senator will not occur Brands for Fruits, Potatoes, listens] Cotton, Lettuce, Cute
I
Kerrick. It bequfa-thed his entire estate to for sevral days Ex-Governor JamesP. Pines Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens SLOO
> Fire In sell of Chicago: ; L. II. of Illinois price
(80,000 Chicago.; j I I
hlj! widow, to whom be was marrieda
Clarke is the Democratic
de- \ ; Secretary of Agriculture James nominee 50-pound sack .
Chicago. Jan. 13.-1 Fire today : per .
fw hours before death.
his His legal ___ __
' and there is doubt his
arborn :, Wilson and Dr. B. T. Galloway! of no of election: to
at
rtrojed a 4siory building
I : heirs, big mother and a brother, Senator James lli ilu..t ('uli 1'ahl l'or
low of Washigton.: will be among the speak. succeed K. Jones. 1'rice Dry Hone*.
.
and Illlnoi stit causing a
the of the
': ers. contest probating will ands 9ii. C.Jt, l:';+vst. 4)<>ala, rlu
$60.000.t ; sat threatened the destruction i I I !?**! *r;ua nt is in progress on thequrrtcn Freeis Throughout Florida.

of a loJgiaj house adjoining. The I I Sheriff Assassinated. wbrther a will of this descrip- Savanna: at.. Jan. 13.-The wl'l.thI..r -.- -

nre orlslBitea! ea the nrat noor and I tad! Mre. Gibson bureau hat HO report of in
I Birmingham: Ala.. Jan. 13.-A report ton i i. or cot. the damage

spread rapidly due to the frouen: firs reached here yesterday of the assassination wi.!.:>,.-. via :its! Ocella! Wolf of i =outh 0rsria bv the storm last nu'.it.Savanrah : A.E.DELOUEST

plugs which Dad to be thawt+J before of Sheriff Reese cf Dlbb ProTI .nf'', R. I. !She was called by : prpparirp! ;; to weather a 1,

a urn of wnti-r rould bo broughtInto county. The crime occurred at Drl r. a tekram to Aibeville!! uhen'.tlr. cold wave. Temperature to drop to ,

play. .\ lumber of business: .: field last Saturday night. Reese and I Olbson was' critically! ill! and was married 25 degrees tcniht: In this city, and a

concerns occupied! the building! and one of his deputies had arreated two I on her arrival. He died the nest freeze throughout!: the state of Florida

luffensl! lo 6d. la varying! sums, the I negroes at that place and were taking! day. is predicted. HARDVARE.Sash .
j
oeaviett bein; those: of the Sun Leather :: teem to the depot to board a train! I Mr. Gibbon's: first! wife was one of

& Saddlery company' F. J. Fergu- !I for Centerville. One of the negroes the victim! of the Windsor hotel tire Congressman Tongue Dead.

80s, steam heating appliances, the : was walking in front of the sherifl In New Tork. Washington Jsa. 13.-Representative andDoors Farming

Roberts Portable Oven company and i and the" oth.er behind him. when md- !hayrltlllyBurntd.! Tongue of the ninth Oregon district : I 't. ;v, ;

the F, C. Christy t :trariag company dtnly the one in the rear pullecJ. a pistol Chattanooga. Tenn.. Jan.. 13.- died suddenly Sunday afternoonat t.'I' Tools. .

and shot the sheriff dow I). la the "Daby" JCIl hlnl'. the 7-year-old his residence in this city. The
CRIMEAN WAR 'ET:AAN. both cause was heart failure, following aa
following prisoners
excitement Mixed
daughter: of Vrs Kercher. who Dasbees t Ready i
escaprd. The sheriff died almost instantly. attack: of indigestion.Old G;
Only Survivor Living In Connecticut playim Juvenile parts with the 'fijT Paints Etc. tj1
Searching parties are scour.
Paytoa SUtera'! Opera company, which .
la -- -- -- ------ --
Dying Ing the woods in every direction! and ha just closed .
New aa engagement here, --
York Jan. 18 Ainthow IIi ---- -
; if the murderer is caught he may be
was fatally burned
Bins the only survivor of the Crimean yesterday at the Harvest
lynched. Tschoptk house. The mother
, war living\ In Connecticut says a was

' World dispatch from \ViesteJ, is dying', also frightfully! burned about the face North Carolina HOT BED SASH -
Military Expedition::! To Acrt. and hands. Physicians the child
'fit say
of general debility at the home of his I
I New York Jan. 13.I'reparatlonsDave cannot recover
daughter Mrs. John Owens here. He
; been completed here for the inilij -
received a medal from the CORN WHISKY
j tary expedition to the territory of Inaugural Ceremony.
ti late I'
Queen Victoria, for gal. -
Acre, says The Herald correspondentat Topeka Kans., Jan. 13.-The inaugural

:1 lantry at tha battle of Inkcrmann, for I Standard Size
'
La Paz Bolivia. The expeditionwill ceremony of Governor-elect W. 3x6
Intercepting and capturing a Russian
leave next Saturday. President I J. Bailey and other new state officers, Is thy very best because it
I'
officer) who was bearing dispatches! of
t:
Pard and First Vice President Velaeco took place! at the Auditorium today,
C"t'uuinehold. Guaranteed
is -
great importance and for- brave and I and Painted
n Glazed
:i have had a coift'ej-em-e, the object of beginning promptly at 12 o'clock. Governor $2.50
meritorious service during the entire t live old and devoid
i which Js believed to have bwa the W. E:. Stanley as retiring executive years

var. I pn' !dt'n'y. It is said that rrrsl -nt made a brief speech followed of fusel! oil. I
He pas at the battles of Thalraa,
Itk i Pardo has decided to accompany the J by the inaugural address of the new I C'11Il1It'te line rmann. Balaclava and at the terrible
rahtrtition us captain general governor.!: W. A. Johnston who today
siege! of SebastopoLHiRins Awarded Gold I Medal
became chief justice: by reason >; I CTP
o
; enlisted!\ in the British armyat First Hanging BUILDERS'! PAINT
eTERIALS
the age! of 19. seniority, !administered the oath of of 1898 as First Prize.It i iii iVi,

Moultrie G..? Jan. 13.-The supreme I See An immense crowd witnessed

IRELAND LAND QlJt. TION. court has handed: down a decision affirming I the ceremony

I the case of John Henry Bryant has that old mellow flavor
I R. ED I DINS I Gainesville Fla.
Agreement versus the state, who was at the last Brooklyn ?ool Tournament. J. ,
by Representatives of that a judge of Pure Old North
Landlords i j term of court convicted of murder and I New York. Jan. 13.-In the pool >
and Tenants. IMIOM: II 3
New York. Jan. 13_-The most no- j sentenced to hang.: This will be the tournament which is to open in Carolina Com Whisky appre- I

I first legal execution that has I and last three weeks I -
abJp.t III that has occurred in ireland ever Brooklyn tonight ciates. (1---- .. -

fur hevt-ral! ; *-!'era.t.ions has ben i' been In Colquitt county. He was | there will be nine competitors. II. "
the convicted of killing another negro iaI i P, Stofft. champion of the west and ; n.s- .5d525 52525i'S-s5d5ie 52S S 5252 525ZS25r'S252S5 S2S'2S2SiS! S'Z
agreement;
on the ]land juesticn 81.00 quart; $i.i .50 for fourfull
L)' rvj reseutativea of landlords andS I I this county the first of last year. I Joseph KIrkland. champion of :Mary per Full f. b : FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS S

t'r.Allti, I land will meet in the opening same. quarts- measure u.
ftttordng to a dispatch to I NI
Th- Tribune tram London i Pope Sends Telegram to Alfonso. I Blondee Wants Leave of Absence. Ocala. 'I Pj: Manilla-rur.-r- ,.f S<>al... Ituliltor M'uup*. SleiiriN, Auto }n

!Extreme landowners, who at the out I Rome, Jan. 13.-The pope learned ; Laredo Tet., Jan. 13.-A special I In ;Krapll Si:a in ps and SupplU'-. Any Myle! uia lrto unl-r 6 to 12: :Si

set did! their utmost to make the Dub- this morning of the attempt on the i stun Mexico says that owing to fail1 i i (r J{ b'tur Sprcifc, attention to mail I nnh.ro.I jjjI

!l-n: \aasion! :: house conference futile life! of King Alfonso of Spain He re- I ins health Camille Blonde ministerc STRAUSS & CO., Sole Agts. I Q| \Vheu in the city jive us a rash g{

B0* see that the representatives o! reined the news with concern and France to :Mexico will probably fu 221: MainSirrrt. JuK.! ;miUr. Fin. JQ.J'

the tenants are more than wWins togo I sent' a telegram to his godson congratulating ask; (or a leave of absence soon in order I

halt way in an endeavor to bring I him on his escape. I' to return to France. for Ocala, Fla. BlS2.S2.S2.SC5 Ss52525'5 525".S S257.5Z S25252552.5252525; 5S





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THE! OCALA BANKER. JANUARY 16, 1903

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:b:. The Mr.many J. A.Ocala Griffin, friend Pr moted.of Mr. J. I " " " '?""t19''t"f"" ? ,?" " "! " " " " 1 1.e

Arthur Griffin who formerly lived 4- -.. ;:
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here, will be pleased to learn of his 4 a ;
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promotion to cashier of thu KxcliAOge .- -cl i
National Hank at Tampa. I ABE JAKE ::: "
The Tampa Tribune ha the follow 4
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ing to bay about Mr. Grillln: ; .....
"The election of J. A. Griffin CSthI I ff;1 Y.1 ......
a>- T' EA P'v- OTCi' R" 0 C" ; R Y -0
is ier the in place promotion of C.of J.a Elutiwr young, man reaijntd who :I---- -, --0.

is in every way eminently qualified :L,--' "4
for the nlace. He i i. a thorough hanker t3 I -
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commenced at the bottom of the ---
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ladder and h.-w chmUd upward until I -.
he reached an nviable portion at the o'd
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top.The follow ingis what tba Tribune The New Year is us and it has found us
says of Mr. Huber, who is also I well upon ,
known in this city:
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received"The resignation. with rrluc'ancc.of Mr. Huber Ho WM baa still in the ring, reaching out for more customers. f.& toE
made the hank an admirable cashier
and is a gentleman that i* universally
popular with the public. He will The 1903 finds handle
t= bhortly remove to Texas: where he year us prepared to a larger 3
o goes to look after bid personal interests! --- -'S
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that tention.1 demand his entire time and at. list of customers than any previous year. We have -I!

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Orange Lake. .... Iff'.dl
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stirring event are transpiring in
our little village! these cold day Anew
r store had beeu added and also! the THE GOODS THE PRICES AND THE EXPERIENCE !

family Mr. Martin of Jacksonville.) ---
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The orange men are rejoicing greatly ....

many place over Here their hipped orange from crop.around A great this For over ten years we have made the GROCERY |



i. home mouth's Mr. B.after at II.New Chambers an berry.JlUa absence: has of returned several ---- business a study, looking out for the wants of the |

I i: Elizabeth Mizellereturned I lat -ct
Friday after a two week's visit to rehtives -
and friend at Melroie.Mi people. The kind of a Grocery Store every woman |

Lula Moreland, of Ft. White,
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holidays.Dr.was a. Walbnnd visitor. to our family town, of during Jackson the wants to deal with is the one that keeps all kinds of |

vine spent the holidays with theIr
mother, Mrs.: )1. A. Hieksou, of this

o place. -- -- --- Fancy Groceries as well as Staples. faIi
A Cood Recommendation
*'I have noticed that the sale on tll>-- ....
ChluuLerlloin 's Sto'uach & Liter tablets ...
is almost invariably to those who r--, .-0 d

have Weber once, a prominent used them,druggist" says Mr.of J.Ca.v H. E We Have We Have We ijove We Have =

cade, Iowa. What Letter recommendation _- -0 !.
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4 could auy medicine hare l ...
than for people' to call for it when ::: Brick, Sweitzer, Limberger, Stuffed and plain Olives Spanish Squash Green Gage Plums .1
again in need of ouch a remedy?
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Try them when you feel dull after eating :, = Edam, Pineapple Young Mincemeat Pumpkin Shredded Whole Wheat -
: when you have a bad taste in tfYr H I
your mouth, feel bilious, have no ':"
appetite America Cheese. Heckers Yellow Corn Flour !,
or when troubled by eonstipat'ou a- Jams Rhubarb ...... i
and you are certain to be delighted I
6JtDried Heckers Self Basing Buck :
with the prompt relief uhieh they Figs, Cooking Figs
afford.-For sale by Auti-Mouopol) a.-. Sauer KrautPickled Cauliflower -...<.II I
Drug: Store. m g- Stuffed Dates 'Vheat. -c1I I
A Marion County Citizen. :::::: Salmon Celery = t
Mr. Gl1i -kill, of :Marion, promises ___ Layer Raisins Heckers Self Rasing griddle .... .

to show us tome fine cattle when the ts New Mackerel Mushrooms -cJ
next falropetis. But the gentleman -aShelled- Almonds Cake Flour -II..

Is nothing if not hoopitabltf and we Bell] Pepper, Cucumber and Baked Sweet Potatoes Purina Pan Kake Flour
are very sure that tho-w see'king light E= Pretzels I
and making utes will always be
welcome at the ptrmaiieut exp,) itiou ::=: Salt Corn :Melon Mangoes Preserved Pitted Cherries Old Homestead Pin CaU-

he holds on his firm. Those who e--- I ...
have any lingerie; doubts as to the ( : Salt Peanuts Canned Beets Egg Plums t Flour ..-tII..,
future of Florida can av.ure. tliembelven I f '--- : ...,
Y of conursion, in a day >peiit i m --- .....Fm._-.a_"" .- -- ,...., _- -__
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hearing Mr.I Od it>>.kill and seeing what &:1- --II
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Le id iu't-oiiiplishius.! Hut he i in a 4f
farmer alto mare: l'o\ks' and is i: not
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
above the tfuchiuii of ot-ientx: at: applied
i-S to his biMues.4-heiichis cur g
l't'I4-'f"Ilt': ,-"Cuiou aid Citizen. .

February Number-New Magazine.Idea Woman's E: WE WANT YOUR TRAD and will catch you if a -

The principal features of the Xew 0--

Idea are\\'OI1ll, as:! U always'!Magazine, the for utilitarian February good strong run will do it. We sell the BEST that ft

an.l l 1 in I pitterus:descriptions, of ros.tume ez-- -
fancy work, and domestic affairs -r0
there is nothing more helpful to money can buy---a trial w'prove this assertion. .
the home maker now published l; t>ut --
the- literary features are equally in I. ...
valuable. 'I he stories are eharmin!j : '-
told and well illu,.tratetl. Mr?. K. .\. !I -- ..
Wiorue'ri paper upou Liueolu, eut- .'EVE= ARE SATISFIED YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
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tied!, 1 Nation's 1'atrou Saint," U

Neal especially Lyon's appropriate p
emphasizes the patiiotic element of I! 8J-- .-..ifJifjLf
the contents Mr Wilaon \V ut 1. -- -ill
row's article u[.ou Mrs. Fi:.ke aNJary I sky- 'rm1
": ofIagtlab" continues theseries I
upon the prominent vso'iieu of Ii
the hta-re. i
TEA POT GROCERYi
You know what you are taking. -
When you take Grove's Tasteless ..
Chill Tonic because: the formula is I i ..
plainly printed on every bottle showing I _
that it U simply Iron and Quinine

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