The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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IVxavihere he will hit ,
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. II i ;J' k I1 -i- itf Jacksouv --- --- heart :amt, tied i"-t.iitly.! .
. l; Mr. Foot: sod! suit were in O.-ala i.if :.IH- w',i-.nijoj> l (;>r swrrai! I -- -
'I .- in trcr.d \\fM.-rii.iy ou a. The worn-til I ia :1 Crrol.itil -ltiai- I
Sat ray and .Suudu). Mr. Ko>uoi ln.tirftir which r..frooiiHII"U(!! I
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. bas '- II', I' that the luau who is her husband, : ton-I
. was tiusinrKs; lU"UJi1er: of the Rural sistiug of sila-l I, i md wiubin?,ice
\ though this !ss disputed "bl. t" her _
: : \\ Am N"tt[ of IMlevtew, ha ae.oxiuou ; Free Press when it was owned by Mr. cake and ctiffe- were arved. 4 I !
't uiorniug awl she add him
S .;t nl" ,I !1 |. in OcaU at the ; Milton F. Hood and this was his first yesterday i The guest of htm'lr.t this pleasant I DRUG STORE !
\ hU act would cost him his life. I ,
: ttJ Coat'&'''' I I'lauiiiK mill. visit h*r<* niin.e then. affair was Miss Emma Foster, of I -- -
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. Phlhdt'llbili.Jiss Foster is a very ti j
. q 11x.11.( W. Hsmi't'Jti, of Gvices- Miss Margaret Martinet left last in procuring a pistol, and I
J, charming and attractive young lady ;
. vole. and Mr. S J JI11Luru, tlf l'Lt-:: night for Pensauola to attend the when she did walktil deliberately to I i Ocala, Florida. i {
. and has made hosts of friends duringher .. -
. h wrro i lu O.U ye >ttrdiy. Mardi (iras fcsiivitiea. While there the Ice factory and confronting her ; visit in Oeala. -. .

S I ---- I: she will be the guest of Mrs. P. S. husband raised tbe weapon and tired. -
S Toe tickets fur the Rival L-y Heijuest Mrs. Smith was assisted in receivingand j jl
I. Bernard, uho was formerly MissAurelri Her aim was unerring, the bullet

: will\ t* ou vale at the Post Ollice Drug Mareau, of this city. pierced his heart and be fell to the entertaining Smith Miss her Foster guests and by Miss Mrs. .l! ,!!, !" j! j ., !

: Store Saturday. Reserved heats 50 I door dead. tieorgie ,

Mr. Frank Hu bee, of Hastings: i Is a Chaz il.The .
'eDb. _
r I The woman then attempted to kill t
: \VA.VTtI>-A good blacksmith: : and visitor to the city. He i is an old prize for the greatest numberof I Mrs. W. H. Lipseomb:; and children Mr. F. B. I ','khl.m, of New berry j
herself !but she was overpowered and
r .b", wrl ;hI. Muslin* a good horse t)<;ali"u and his friends ware triad to points vms a beautiful :Mexican arrived iu Urals Saturday night muchto was in the city Wt'llllt'ftll.y.! Notingthe ;

U boer. A'Ulress A. U. GateM, Ocala, see him. Since leaving Ocala he has iinarmed by bystanders. lace handkerchief! and it was won by the delight of Mr. Lipseomb, and growing imporUnce of Ocala

. FU, ISC" I I become one of the big "potato kings"cf Policeniiu Me David was soon upon Mrs. Gerig. The prize for games. are occupying the cottage at 51 Ft. Mr. Beckham has recently made a
r the scene and arrested the woman
The I'renUlent of the Htltimore and Hastings. I pretty China tea pot was captured by King avenue. Mr. Lapscomb is i the purchase of the residence now OCCB
rr and she is now in the county jail
. Ohio railway l'lI$snl through Ooala inprivate I l )[Ir"h'Q1.l1.'t>1l Chairs aud 1illl'art. awaiting a preliminary trial. I Miss Liddon and the consolation popular managing salesman: of the pied by Mr. L. J. Brumby and per j

r bill far euruute(01'Uipa yeaMr prize which was cut fur by all present, Singer Sewing Machine Co., and is Naps will himself occupy the same I
... .\ of Old Town, who have A Coroner's inquest will be held i! I
t.fllly. fell to Rise: Dye. This WAS a very much delighted with Oeala. His and again enter into business iaOeala. I
of :Mrs.: Chaires'siter
.1 been the guests this morning.The .
work bag tilled with marblts: Florida .
pretty tfri.itory in embraces ten j
:fl *. J. H. LivingHton, sr., has goner Mrs. John L. Edwards rorhl'vt'rlii names of the parties are William _

r '.'*' MAdittoii to visit her daughter; Mrs.r weeks pat, left yesterday for Brown and "Willie" Brown signifying i : that "if you can't play counties and he places Marion at the i The Rival by Request which will j

absent cards, try marbles." head of the list with Alaehua a close : be given for the benefit of the Ocala I
11.A. h gHs. She will be some It,,, ,lick to visit relatives before returning The man Has about twenty-bix I
Iyears I The score card: were prettily orna- second. He notes in his: travels -, Public Library, takes place at the 1
r titue.lr home. old and the woman is about
. -- - I minted with Gibson bead a vast improvement in opera house next Tuesday night j
MIIIIt l Claudia Sharpe, of Portsmouth: twenty-four.
! Mr. Fred K. Smart of Flushing! L. I Mrs. Smith's card party was: a the last ten years. The There should be a Urge attendance a* i
: V* after kpeudiug a week I'm Ocala The murdered man was fireman at I
I I I., an old time friend of Judge DavidS. thoroughly enjoyable one and will be roads are better, the farms, farmhouses this i is for a worthy cause and the i
r M the guei-t of :\Ir.... U. T. Perdue, has the Ice r..ctorynd was formerly line- i '
t Williams was a pleasant visitor to remembered with pleasure, by our and fences are better and the :, play is well worth the price of aJtUl j jsion.
: returned home. man for the Western Union: Telegraph .
-- ---- Ocala Tut'shy. Mr. Smart has owned young people. stock better and more plentiful. Reserved seats 50 cents. j

" I There may be a chance for all of us property on Lake Weir for the last company The following !guests were present: Ten years ago he says in travelingover i iI I Mr. Eugene Cox, who has teen in

.r ; to have diamonds. One was recently thirty years and almost continuously The Board of County Commissioners Misses Foster, Lind Smith Elisa tbe counties his horses were Philadelphia for two years past! studying

that fell from the that number of has been Road Machinary. beth Smith Lena and Masie Bullock,
p fouud In Montana: for years Accepts usually fed on imported corn and pharmacy, will return to Ocala

: ikiM In a meteor. uumberel among our winter vUitois. OCALA, Fr .\., Feb 19, 1903. Iola apd Johnnie Liddon, Hattie bay and when this is done no lilt is about the first: of April and will remain

Pursuant to call, the board of coun- Meta Jewett Etta Chaee Ethel perin.iiu'Utly. Hi many friend j
The best "Once tried and Dye, the exception and not the rul!.
: Dr. H. A. travel and Mr. Arthur physic. commissioners met m special session here will be delighted to welcome
ty :
Ik Gertrude
bin-ou Louella
Chamberlain's > Gary, He says there is everywhere a better
.1 JUnUter, of I-evou, were visitors to you will always use this him back. J JIr.
I day. Prfretla, Lavalette Martin, Esther condition of
I Tablets things.
Stomach and Liver : says
: Ov UVe< )Nlay soil were regis- II Present, li. W. Lone, chairman, Weathtw, Emily Ford, Mattie Wil- :\ and Mrs. b. II. Uurand, of
William A. Uinml, l't'a"t't.. These Wh feel blue and that -
, Ocala House. Ii u you
trrrd tt the everything
111. visitors to(
, and Commissioners: E. Wartmann, hams, Alice Reedy Sara and Violet Authhampton, are :
Tablets are the iiic-sl prompt, mwtpleasant i goes wrong, take a dose of and
Oeala and the of n.
ore guests
N. A. Fort F. .M. Ludus and John L. : :
: FOK HALK-At a bargain, large ,,111111111.t reliable cathartic Harris, Sue Barco Ethel Sinclair, Chamterlain's Stomach and Liver Mrs.: Z. C. Cnamblisi.! They will

p borer, 7 years old, jn-rfectly stound.lojuire I in u.-e. For bile, by Auti-)'uuopoIy Edward I Mona Hillrr, Mesdames Pearl Marion, TalleU. They will cleanse aud in- remain in Ocala a short while longer +

, or write J. li. Vereeu, Ocala, i" The following proceedings: were vuoruteyour stomach regulate your
Drug Store. Bt'isieIcConnell.: S. T.SSistrunk! after whi<*h thl'nll visit the East
' .'1.. 2 2021 -- -- -- recorded viz: I: bowels give you a relish for jour food
Lee Miller F. L. Watson A. E. Coast section.
: h Mr. J. B Norland was iu Ocala yesterday and make you feel that in this old
Mr. Maurice Strauss went to Duuntllun On motion it was ordered that the ;
and L. P.. Chazal.Dr. death of Uev. O. A.
1 and was jut up from Fort Gerig world i is a good place to live. For The Myers,
yewienlity aftenuNtii to attend a road machinery furnished by Mr. I which occurred recently tt Tallhas! .
" i :Myers, where he owns au elegant e'l Sale I by Anti-Monopoly: Drug rttore. 111
, r :'r bib) fuuctlou at that place last eight, M. mitt, agent, be ccpted with i G. Goldstein the Optic Spaciallst see, will be very much regretted by
orange grove and other property. California lays clam to remarkable the S.ld timers" of this state. At tbe
: which was K\veil\ by the Knights: proviso tlut all machinery contracted Dr. G. Goldstetn'the xtel known a
j that during the recent blow they I time of bh death Mr. 'J't'rsI.'as contributing
says the climate
, 1')thtas.I title thHe e\'t'r known. for i N found to be on hand or at tbe I I and skillful optic pecialijt, of Louisville woman. says interesting reminiscences
had thebishest
-- -- : its denizens to have fires
depot. Commissioner Edwards was : i is now at the Ocala House quires : territorial in Florida.
: Mr.( Il L. Priiiriiter, who has beenat i The wtttrrs rolive feet above the Xonrnber.Dt'Cembt'r.
the months
during ,
requested to make arrangements with ,I hors and will remain only few dtys.
r Mr. F. O. Heagan's fur nome weeks, highest mark knit" n.I and Ninety-eight Per Cent.
Mr.I K-oltto continue tbe services of January February
I --- I If reed treatment or
: F l left )'t'lttmhy for Ijetsburg, where he your eyes There is a fascination about big
Mr. 11'.M. Gist( of Meluto.handMr. March, and, in fact fires would be
Mr. Weeks until the next
as engineer
spectacles, here i is the golden opporportuuity profits to a business man. But the
, t f we to buy up >*craj>t iron fir W. P.Bmwtt i
_f i : J. E. Gaiiskillo; \ of Winchester I comfortable during the early morning
Hireling of the board viz : March 2, to consult an eminent specialist conservative and c.tus iou trailer prefers

: A Co. -- -- I Ky., are in the city fora fe* days and 1903, or longer it possible.CoimuisMoner i i In that line. hours all summer, yet she says She to have the les-er p.-r .ent oftutertst

, 1 Mr. Z. C. ChambljIr. I only consumes one cord of wood a and the larger ir rent, of
, Mr. 'U*. It. VauKirk, of Chicago, i are the lIt'-Ils.f Fort voted against Dr. Goldstein's! system, of tests re.

: 111., urcrei try of thu Chicvgo-Flurida I: :\ GaSt"kill 1s a brother of :Mr. S. H.Gaitskill accej'tinn; the road machinery.The I I suits in a perfect fit, compensating year for heating, cooking and all I safety business in his man: investment who would not There consider Uno -

, l'tu'h.l"| Compiiiy, i-t in Oeala for a j I of )Mclntosh W I.is president following warrants were drawn : i for nature's deficiency, while reserving other domestic purposes.! In this age it sound prupi iuou to investin

,1 abort will! on bu.!iuess connected i of the Florida State Fair .\::,"0I County l'roJer-lI. W. Long, S12; I tbe adjusting power of "accom- of high prices for fuel this: woman an enterprise in which :absolute; torn

, wlh the phoxphate industry. I tiatiou.li E. Wartruanu }15.GO; N. A. Fort I mod lious" of the normal eye the I could grow rich on her formula. was irnposiibl and which ottered

chances iu a huu.irtftl ef
F ninety-eight :
. __ __ n_ ____ __-- --- J1-F.B.; Lucius S15; Jonn L. Edwards large requirement has been nearlyor Make your arrangements, if ijou a neb profit. I he statistics of cores

. .. entirely overlooked by most opticians already done to hear Pierre's Golden Medical -
, .t{ t ';'ssssu sslsissLSSStss; ssstsnss t-siRZS! 'ss- \ CDFISHEL'S have not so, effected by Dr.
; .
Warrants in payment of road machinery of the day. Dr. Goldstein's Bishop A. Coke Smith: at the Methodist Discovery show that uiuttytJtKBt

as follows: I of five per cent of cases" "weak luug i" JiB
experience twenty years enables church this evening, 7:30 o'clock.
1I' I be absolutely cured. Almost if Dot
No. 323 for 604.16 without
: payable
him, by the mot improvedmethod Bishop Smith is one of tue greatest
p all forms of plJ'slc'ileliknt'M may be
interest:; April, 1900.II. I and with the latest scientific preachers in this country, and it will
, ; traced to starvation.: Starvation saps
, Ir \ 3.4 for 1035.68 payable .
: :t PER hull, with interest at 5 per cent per -I and by a suitable selection of lenses from outside of the city are comingin I much stirved w hen the siormcb cannot -

I' annum from datt' relief and extract nutrition from the food
91 I spectacles to give to btreug- for this occasion and a crowded
it receives as w hen there: is no food.
Xo. 3:5: for lteo.6S
payable April, I then the eyes for the varied requirements house is expected. Come early if you "
"Weak lungs, bronchial afllCtioat
I I1oiscoiir 1905; with interest at 5 per cent per in professional: or privatelife. No admission fee
/ I want a good scat. obstinate: coughs, call for oourkh-
t from da'e.So.3forI103J.6S.
annum Medical
/ whatever. meut. "Golden Discovery"supplies
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.- payable. 4nril 1. that nourishment iu its meet
;:. I i Meeting of the Board; of Trade. )[r1. L. L. North and Miss L. n.1
/ liR\>G, with interest at pe. cent I>rr condensed form. It makes "weak!
5 I An.uterestiugmeetingof the board North of Unadilla, New York, stopped -
/ UNTIL MARCH 1st, 1903. I annum from date. of trade was held Wednesday night I at the Ocala House merely for a stomach lungs" strong and organs by slreupthpuinx of digestion SBI>

\o. 327 for f 1035.CS 1'U'aLleprill.,
I .. [I and an important discussion was heldon mid day meal but were so charmed by increasing the supply of pure
1907, with interest at 5 per cent per ,
annum from date. the lines: of making Ocala an interior with the surroundings and especiallythe blood. _

Everything in the store will be sold at a reduction t The \board thereupon adjourned. city. garden and the vines that cover -- lost-Reward.

I from the price- S. T. SISTKUXK, Clerk. The people of Ocala have their I the Ocala House that instead of Several thousand dollars Invested
of cent. regular
p 25 per ------- I (and lost) in lauds in Marion comity!
ILl A Sworn Statement. faces turned in that direction and the taking a meal they remained a week.
, for cash. without bavin: ; first obtained aa
if discussion of the subject is bringibg They left Wednesday for Tampa
Thi is certify that on :Monday, abstract of title from the Maria

: PUKSS: GOODS, WAIST GOODS, II the 2S day of October hail! I purchased good results and eventually will blossom where they will remain a short while, County Abstract Company. For reward

SHOES, UMBRELLAS, SKIRTS, a aSIIIRT of The Racket Company, Oeala. into full flower.In after which they will return to Ocala! see another column.
of the and will be here several weeks. I. N. E.XPEIUKSCC.
the language "capital
: Fla., a pair of their Tomahawk Brandpenitentiary
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!' made shoes_ and that I removal" slogan we are reminded to Notice.;
J. Howard of Balti-
Mr. Dalrymple:
p NISHING: GOODS, ALL GO AT A have worn them continuously ever say "keep your eye on Ocala." Protect your orange trees and tender

: since, and the upper and soles! are more, who represents the new million plants. Five hundred McF rU t> t

, saving of 25 per cent. i still in good condition ; and it u tuy The membership of the board of dollar Lloyd L. Jackson Dry Goods tents being closed out at' km than
; trade nted by the addition
__ belief that they are good for three was augmt Company of New York and Baltimore cost. W. M. BittWff,

, mouths more wear. This is fourteen of several new names and M gainingin : 171m dw TUuville, Fh
is again: a guest> of the Oeala 1 .. ,
i GOODS SOLD WITH THE DISCOUNT FR( CASH ONLY month wear that I hive already received strength and usefulness I .
i : House for a few days. Mr. Dalrymple FOB SALE CIIKAF-Good houw u
ii from these shoes: whose origi- p I I
lot near water tank; also i pair tI
' remembered from his
nal cost was $l..ts. TOMATO PL.t: TS-300UO fine plants: is pleasantly I
i mules bUO and UM otfc-
one weighing
I. P. STEVENs: bet varieties ready Feb. 15 to :MarchlSl.i5per last visit here on account of the

: I M FISHEL OCALA] Sworn to and subscribed Connor before, Fla.me m; 5000) $a. Cab with delightful vocal selections he so artistically er wagon 1,1111 founds and harness.:; anti good Address two bon J. J.

January I1, liW3. W. W. CLYAIT, order. J. 1:. Davis, ftmow Flor- rendered, he being possessed Tiptou, 164 :'. .'oarth'it.., E. Ocala l

110 d3t w2t. I of a strong and sweet tenor. I t I Fla. ISdwlt,
.rLro.8-ssSLgSts.a'' 1 US5l5LR9s;lSU-l su-sl61_sa ssttssu-hs. 4Fla. i Seal) Notary Public. da. very

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SCHEME. The Gainesville Sun bas" purchased The Jackwuivillr M..lr.I.. ,
k %.Ie .
, Abraham Lincoln wboanniver --
the Gainesville News and the latter attention 10 tb. .* .m< ,.. ,
L. celebrated in all of the \Ve do not understand that Bishop rarl
nary was parts will be discontinued.The .
F3S5;: \nS, E31tor.P. paper New haven I "Ii" err tt ..
Turner's ec-heme colonize the Be- The Dickisou CbapUrof the United \> rt
on the 12th of and
country February,
T.Morro. LeaTegcoilsless 2:aages. Sun speaks of the tale as follows the wttf i it-art ,I.s f..r S ...
1.4 knowu in history as the "liberatorof grot in Liberia is to be a forceful Daughters of the l'oaf?deraey of x-ala ...
--- : ought 10u. ..,?. ..! ,II., .. ?, i
------ -- -- IlJe sure. desire to call especial attention to r.o...
the .la\'el" iu discussing the statusof ]
This business
arrangement was cities in the ""r..1 I
The deportation is to be one entire. the following article.
the two himself on rec-
r4tis agreed to after mature consideration The Ikwit 1".1.. 'run n.. II
: ord in tbe following! emphatic and ly of choice. Large bodies of lands, Tba Confederate bazar will be held 'N
upon| the part of both buyer and haven P.lI.druli.
unmistakable language : the-necessary: implements to cultivatethe in Richmond next April. It should
and the decision of the directorsof The uuiuir.t v ",,,.! III i > ..
name, and lumber, with whichto be aided Veteran .u4eto i
"I blno purpose to introduce by every every hon
1, the Hill Printing Company to discontinue login adruiikrii ..I..MI.:,, ,, .
political utid sociil equality betweenthe build houS: s, are first! to be secured.A of a Veteran and all the Dtughtersof 'H t4atrNrts
.. "publication of the News
of New ll.iv ,
tt ,.
white and the black There ;
races.' ship i U to be purchased not only for the Confederacy. That the daughters .1(1. Irgilining

is a physical difference between the after an indefatigable effort to make to attm' .tut' ? lI .......
c ti n the purpose ot taking the negroes !ire goioil to do their share of the
\ two which, in my judgment will the enterprise self sustaining is an- In"r. 1 ..+ "i.I .
over to their new. home, but to enter work i U evinced by a circular letter art
forever forbid their
probably living other evidence of the fact that tbeJ1e'pll Tu..hy, nlll.r I r' r
regularly list( the channels of trade. issued Mrs. R eilc 1 il.11 torn,..
together upon a footing of perfect of Gainesville and ALtchuacounty by Clifton (Wley,
n"ltlu..r over i I-
-- equality ; and inasmuch as it becomes This scheme will not appeal very president of the Florida division i yearai.** -i'. II.' it.

: TUB BANNER, BELIEVING a necessity: that there mu,t be it. difference slrougly: to the uegroes. of the slavery will not support two secular Daughters of the Confederacy also drunk wt'r..1-. 'If' j r .a

THOSK AT TUB TOP WELL ABLE TO I, as well as Judge Douglas, II newspapers published at the county ,street when tll. K: .Vi- t I' ,
T1KK CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS period, but no doubt will to those Florida's director of the Jetlercoii ; rit
site. Not the of
amiufivorof the race to which I even prestige being \t..keJr ee.-it-tart \ I
TAKKITS: STANI IN THE BARRICADES who have since to the 41' 'f'f" .3 l f
Davis Monument
belong having the superiority. I I grown up ; the Asseciatiouand: : I
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, granted the official patronage of tty passed tbeiw \1., 1'.n

AVD ITS KK1HT WILL BE MADE FOR have never said anything to the contrary : educated ones who are ambitious to county could mike the News a profitable Mrs. Frances P. Fleming, regent filI'I Walk tear tllffft.f- the, ,. !ilrt, !m

TiIK BKTTEKMEXT OP THOSE AT THEOT1'O ; but I hold notwithstandingall acquire honors in the line of statesmanship the Florida room iu the Confederate I 'Ii ? l the action of the
enterprise, au
xh.Holtoav.'ldb.igirls .
this, there is no reason in the and I \ /I.ojlf' h i ) ||)t

-" -- .-- ---. .-.-- world why the negro is not entitled to I politics. company in disposing it displayed Museum. In this circular they say : at th..> r.ti; I a.1> .M rrwj
-- It will, perhaps also: appeal to those "We desire to call attention <
all the natural rights enumerated in good business judgment. your '
abut theI'lea
Jacksonville ill about to have: a (reshInjedion I I.K t.. \I'
the Declaration of Independence who are without steady employmentand I Now a word to the people of Ala- most earnestly to the following cir- week .
a ago pr. I' riut.u, ,,
of polities.A
municipal t
right to life" liberty and the pursuitof 1 to the shiftless ones who are attracted I cular. The women of Richmond are
chua in behalf of The Bun.
county .
lodges and > 'tv.\ u.r." u It. '
colony! jf Boers has selected for happiucss. Abraham! Lincoln in by the novelty adventure. established at work, heart aud soul (pas they always a
This is
I jourual upon a ,
the Lincoln-Douglas debates 75 2 disgusting slight ', 'I.i ..I
jWO( of land p. ; It is these classes the south can ,
their future home acres I work) for this bazir, to be held
JUiodcs "History of the United foundation as solid as the rocks of Two guts both u, .ii; '.
In Texts. I spare best. in April We hope aud believe it -
State p. 3:5. Gibraltar, and its publication will be singing a* tbi,.\ wiii.ua/( .
'ri lIl'anlUcootb".f.
It is said that Governor Jennings i ia is The With the old time slave, whether the will be the final effort for the Jdtfcr
negro has been given all these continued at least so long as ,
r- i -, "t.---
prominentstoekholder in a certain living to town or country, the south son Davis arch. 'a
"tutural and lives. Our home
rights" protected in present proprietor
i Wan a ( 'It 11,1&111'; :: III! 1.4'
His fate is sealed. has no fault to find. "A of the will
Tampa new.-paper. portion proceeds
tte'ii in all parts of the country. and interests are in Alachui county, go .
other .
I a y 'ul+K:: a ali I'. ......
Tarnpa Tribune. During till the : of slavery! ,
to the
years Confederacy Museum at Richmond
Hut the Legro i is still uusJtUGed.: where we have lived the greater part iu .tutirut -:> ,. lie I g tie

And Mexico iu a claim. even including the Civil war period, and Florida has never been
now puts Tbe negro is dduitn
Venezuela! eems lo be the Mine Hum friends of the Roosevelt they were docile and loyal to their to reside the rest of able to do for her room aa other states .
persuasion: expect our celestial. 1 I.. *. at! a ", mtdttuoe

bert of tliti international money are demanding tor him, perfect politi master's interests, although somehow lives. Toe interests of the people of have done. Here is aa opportunityfor given t-y a u", '.rj i j I.a,,j

c market.-Milwaukee Sentinel.Teiiuesseeans believing that the war was being every one of the six hundred
cal and social Alachua interests and
quality. county are our that a girl Waa Kicx n,*i ..I"! .s III'

J -- want a southern- man His ambition, however laudable Willed foi their freedom. the publication of The Hun will be daughters in Florida to send some tight wlibauott..r, .1.1 .a. .ttt '.,H:

in tits white hou.e. He would need from his standpoint, can never be They committed no acts of iucen- continued with a view to promoting article to the.bazar, and to induce outer : about the 80..r tit it.. pr.. .- i. I ,

draryUm or outrages at auy time or more friends to seud. Let us make
gratified in this the moral and financial
country.It political CM' d' uf ntU'Ul.l-. .

renovated.Atlanta is best, too, that it U impossibleof at any place.Almost welfare the people of the entire one great effort, culminate the Davis I I

c alone on the plantations arch and the Florida the ..
There are feiut.igns that the twentieth ('on:Ululllation. county.So room at Hearst, harm tv .mi : 4ji+

It ii for the the white women of the south- elt DO concerned ill museum. tiuriitananti K""J K'.telmi"t i i I.,.
century is going to see a rebellionof better negro and it is far as we are no

the t-ardina system of street car better for the hire man. particle of slang and felt that their feeling exists towards any citizen of "We ask the aid of every southern keg, |M at> anti n I' .-,.. I rev. I l'-. air j

I Bies: were their protectors. man, woman and child in Florida. of the ,
traveling.-I5.tltiuiore American. The commingling and interiaixtiircof the county on account of past opposition some nay at a > "

whiteand lacks means '; reiro-I I Between the old slaves and the old and we today extend the band The circular referred to in the fore- otl rtd. The I'hrifnmkn ,

It .houM beams of the'ar":1tility grl'. ion of both races :1.3 i, fully illustrated I slave holders the utmost. good fellowship of friendship to every man, woman soliit follows: it auy way you w tt/ II w. > .1

of woman thai she do.-su't look as: in Mexico, Cuba and some of exists. and child in the grand old county "The United Daughters of the Con. mean aiijtlnii.: 'I t It \ > I

, awkward with a saw as a man looks the o uI.h American republics where I The outrages that are everywhere which we are proud to call our borne. ftdtracy, assisted by the Confederated Journal. I

handling: a uerdls.AU-hisou Globe" being committed; are being done by Southern Memorial Associations will
the races have become feeble, physically i-1 We have endeavored in the past to

The present' market ratio of gold and intellectually, and are more the younger members of the 1'Al.'ho make The Suu a paper of which the hold a bazar for the benefit of the i

au 1. Coined at tint !I have been born since that period andit be ami Jefferson Davis memorial arch and j>
aud more rapidly degenerating.The I whole people could proud, weak ITCHINGJCZEB

ratio a silver dollar would valuable negro bas been raised from a ;: U this clan that is bringing on the the co-operation of the business the Confederate Museum which i ia established I
chirpy as: a paper weigiit.-Atlanta
: I alienation: of the races. in the mansion iu which j
S Urtlill. slave to a freeman. lIe has been and reading public in making it even

So we suppose,that; the theory will given the right to hold property and I Let be old ones remain, but let's better in the future than it has been President DAVIS resided during the } M Other Itciini Btniij a ail

no longer liol.I*-good that you can not is protected in that right. lIe is I i help on Bishop Turner's scheme to in the past. war. They, therefoio ask the help of i

colonize the younger ones In Liberia.; every wan, woman and child in ordeithat Scaly lruptiau.losl .
Iegislatevgiueinto an article or out being educated. lIe ii protected in The President Irritating his Friends.

of Value has been retty thorough-! the enjoyment ot life. Be is paid for I That country ought to present to The St. Louis Mirror is a strong the eutire south may share in

..... them very glorious opportunities and the honor. The Association of the
-r.t.gi.btt'd. out of silver., his labor and is protected: in his contracts partisan republican newspaper, but it
Venezuela! now. -stands -pit.' If the I lie is protected in the enjoy- if colonizing them there will solve the says that even so consistent an admirer Jefferson :Mcuuuieut, United Daughters M Relief lid. ,

vexing rs( .question it surely oughtto of the Confederacy, basa directorin
: ment of his:: religion! and can worshipGod of President Roosevelt as its
Gennau who lives ou the t
., geutleiuvau: meet with instant favor. each state, aud the Confederate Cn Afforded bj J
'" r.i other side of he table decides to call according to the dictates of I editor is it is oustraiued to confess

..," his own conscience. I Passing of the Orator.At that the chief executive is forcing the Museum: a regent, who represents the
Wilt have
he will il i to a straight
Beyond these points Ike lines are I a nireiiug of the representatives I room owned by each state in the
question entirely too strenuously
less will negro !
or >uu-or botu. NoiUitig boutheru Confederacy and will be ClIticllra Soap Oi tart!! an llsWhen
drawn.To .
I tLe po-Chi.'agu Chronicle. of Georgia colleges recently held in upon the country, and in order to ,
capture ;' I represented by a table l bearing its
- --- become statesmen, participate Atlanta it was decided to hold sustain the president in bis movement '

1'r1 'Ii.lent Il "'>s: velt say it is a in the administration of'ern,1 oratorical name, shield and colors, and articles All Hs8 Fails
mi iuter-collegdale contest that his fneuds are making
cri.u-family 1i.Il'-lor people not received wiil be given to the table ,.
men and mj perfect social --
ly equality, during the coming year.An.'one matters worse by quoting Boston
to have chill lrtn He has no fault to which be designated by the
may SIOO.f7
be 1 lsewbere.Aud
must go >- who hawitiavssed the pan statistics that show there is an aver COMFlETETIEATMENT
with his f:1\'orilt't oa this score. donor. ,
fin I to those who inclined in dewonium which affairs
are reigus at these age of forty five eases of miscegenation

Chill in aud yeller dogs it Uieir long this direction it to that the 'It is befitting that he diuutiess
seems us who has known of the bickerings there every year. It says theBoston

Bjlf.-Atltiita J.lunbl. chieftain and his heroic followers that The agonIziagHchli.gand; tarure'1the
.- movement would appeal to and contentions stirred up by statistics only irritate: and
these skin, as in ..-vrn.y; the 'n.:ufal
two be
that the monuments raised in
It is fineatly reported tht'OI't'r !strongly. them will
) heave a sigh of relief at nauseate the public of both sections .
in .. !hair
scaling, as |>-*>ri i the to--f f
; Hill .Trin ib,' Co., of Gainesville, will There they cn work out their their passing.As and means if per"isted in the deathto the capital of the Confederacy, the and crusting of th- ..' tip ait: -. a.krl. .

bo r.moved to Taiupa. If so, we own destiny and show to the world a matter of fact the day of the the best in both races. one spot which can never lose its head ; the fuci.il d.-ti,:ureti"wu. 4' ia

hope its nieces in this city will be their fitness and capacity for self government old time ranting orator is past and The Mirror ends its article as follows identity with the cause for which pimples and ring uotin.: the ,r.\ ful! ,
the they and died. of iiifjntt ,iti 1 the au\'''u u.wvru..tU .
than it has been in struggled
brighter : I .or their unfitness and incapacity gone. He h held. sway in the south :

capital city of Alaehna.-1'ampa for tbe same. longer than elsewhere, but even here, "The president doesn't certainly "The (Southern and Adams Express \ portn1:1: milk v 'u-i, IKt -
t'r and salt rin lUll, .u demand l a mu1 -
Tribune. The most careless and callous observer he is rapidly.passing. believe in the miscegenation that Companies will deliver free of charge edy of alnto-t s.ll l.utWll a I'IU"s u.

--' -- -- .- -- can but note tbe fact that as I There is a tinge of regret in all prevails in Boston, and yet the quo- any packages limited to* twenty five sun,, -.fully t- [I-' urli tic i I. Hi it

we recede from the shivery period this for he was a picturesque charac- tation of the statistics thereof to show pounds. Whenevdr p >s>dole package ('u' t'uraSuap, Ouuuii m an I IM irv

\Would You Think It ? the that Boston is not concerned over a should l he forwarded from tbt'M.coui-, sin' -.inii-t .provi'ii U-yori'l ;,1 1 .j.i I.
alienation of the
two races are tea, and we shall not soon see his, like :
negro appointment, it is to be construed Not...I fluent ii 11..1. i- 'rli:. >
'Wonl,1 you think it possible that you growing wider and wider apart. again. But be appealed ralber to the panies. '' ? j jI
as nothing more than an assertion i ,
in whose ah.ipely shoulders, and beauti- The tension, indeed, is becoming a senses than to reason, more to passion that the ultimate of the Roosevelt All articles, small and tor.f rtaHe I ev .ili! nt<.. 'lht> piu I Ilt1! .

iil hair siigi.\i-si womanly perfection and! matter of grave concern, and when and toprtjudii'ethau to logic and !law. plicy on the race question is to or restaurant, for use qr l hexuty I tin I- wtr to .!it;. '! i Ii", I '
:leant ? such disappointment .
} conies it comes to the that be intermarriage between: blacks and should be addressed to, 'Confederate tit. 11 rtuiiuy ot 'J"( 1,1 i 1< i ;
sot selilom u.'ien! the face turned to you pass a people of Ue was uot entirely a trust'ortbyperson. I
whites. This will never do. Its reiteration cur.the at ....! I .
shows diafigurt" > u' '
: ty
.,.r---. r* inK hiotches'ami:: a whole section feel thai it is not safe and if fiction sounded better will destroy the president Bazar, Richwmd 4. ..{-o'lomyb.n..IH.... ''I

[ blemishes.: In for members of the family to travel than fact he spoke tictiou. He often politically. It is time for him to rein "Name and resiueiire: of tin: consignee si.in ci.iv* :inl hlII. fiii 'I '. .
civil i!; wori'i.I1. .
general the <
: the public highways or remain at sacrificed sense for sound was up bis broncho." should: be in the corner! but '. '
:?!\ cause of these proneto ito! the ut i.ar; -v '' -i

ki Xii Vj// eruptions is uu- home unprotected, the matter i is serious think that the volume of voice was I Child labor Bills in Three States. not giveu asptrt of the address:: ." \\.I"randtUlkur. .1111.t < ,. ,'

: '7 pure blood.V I. *!ir ..I'"- of ITII'. .. i -. :. .... : I .
k "j / lies !1'uTce's i enough to engage the best thought move important than the quality of Asa result of the agitation bra Bob Dim and the the thick1 .
\ r \\ Golden Molioal'i1 of the country and measures shouldbe the .pikeu: matter. law restraining child labor in factories Cawraorjhip.In ..:rd ruMiin: :u-. .i 'I. < u1 .< ,L .
i Discovery puri is: issue of February 13th the ui,-lit tl'e\'h.I"> ..to.? i I. hi-.:
II J ties the blood, adopted to relieve this condition. Now, the man of the hour may not iu Alabama a bill has been repor- awl! i'tuiiiii4ih! <>i ,1 i ..\1.> i :i'!

ll, anti: relllovesJ Bishop Turper's scheme to remove sprinkle star dust aud string roses in ed favorably by the committee on Tampa Herald makes a very vigorous awl! l, I mly, lit tl.- -. \ IT I .. .

the corrupt acyr' onslaught on Cougresstnda Davis ('UI t-ura KI-.I.U i.t I' *, t"" i ,'
f Sik r. cumulationswhich the negroes to Liberia is one way to the facile fashion. He saves his immigration aud labor and will probably ClfU'lth'' filoihl. \, :le'et !I'.

t 1 wr, '. ; cauaediseo salve the which will !fall on the ears of the people SU.'t'i--Ut: . .. _.
C -' ."", problem and should appeal breath to cool his broth or for other become a law. .Similar bills are to t .r III Lul I
>e. When of this state like a clap of thunder di'IijiTinij: and hug ny:: .'.. I.I
the blood is cleansed, pimples: tetter, i to the thoughtful consideration of useful purposes. 11- realizes that his receiving favorable consideration! in :aril! I,UKH bui'ii'iii-. ., iv h !\t." d t.wnt I- ..
salt-rheum boils, sores and other resultsof from a cloudless sky.It .
all dIM .
both races. ll l.t -
blood and auditors:: are intelligent thiukiug aud North Carolina and South Carolina.The .
impure ,
perfectly -
pertuaneutly he is
says Flagler Taliaferro
i cured. The relation of the two races "half reading people, and cannot be led likea Alabama bill provides that no aud

"For three year, I suffered with that dreadeddisrasr slave Company's "Bob," and not theple' for Salt
and half free" much peo
rctr.na" ",nl"I: J. Kiwrs>p, of Herman were more dock of sheep to commit blind folly child under twelve years of age shall
"I was told to tr lr IMerce's !!, and if he should for
Golden :Mecover>., which>I did, and after amicable than they are today and under the spell of a pursuasive voice. be employed in auy factory in Ala gov- The Central 1 nit irr 11.1 i iotlVr .uy
I had taken fourteen bottles I was I ernor be will be put out of business
cured. It ha, been a year since I stopped perniaoentlv .|I Roosevelt's; folly simply calls attention lie seeks to direct rather than to enchain bama uniess a widowed mother or li>r sale tli'-ir 1'11i"\1; ,ii. ,i"Certy

Inking your mcUuinc and it bas never appeared :|| to the ever widening separation and be buried so deep in political oblivion ia Oi-aU _nee. I think your medicine a wuiidertul cure public opinion.The aged or disabled father is dependent |IC

lad and I hope* relieved others of suff..rinas their suffering I <11\1." will tale it i of the two races.in. the south. old time orator was a charming upon the labor of such child, or unless that he will be known no more depot of the AtUnti<- > >.,,-( I me iu>

effected Some of"Golden the most remarkable cures" --- -- person, but the new logician is the the child is an orphan and has no forever.Mr. eluding stock of hint '.ar ai i i iu i by Medical Senator
Discovery, Taliaferro has introduced alilll'l'o"hting Davis b the most
> Lave been of scrofulous diseases."I better nian.-Thainasville: (Ga.) En other means of support. No child genial, affable .
will forever thank you for ""idviMns me to for the establishmentof and popular man in
public life. lie
tale Dr Purree's 1IlenIt'dlcal: mf.-overy" terprise.The under ten shall be employed under The plant is the lu..-1 011.):.!l-i* "Min
rites Mrs jI.turlh\' of Fonda. Pucahontas a station on the Uulf coast of Florida supported Mr. Bryan .
Co., Iowa. "It has curril me of chronic scroiulaiif for the Times-Union's: artist, to use the any circumstances. No child under enthusiastically the county fur the nitlliu: (.i'*>>
twelve years' standing I had doctored for investigation: of problems and stood
the trouble until I was,completely discouraged. latest slang expression: "butted in" thirteen shall employed in a factory : unequivocally upon the ness and with ..tl..r m., hm vuuprisHi -
I also had chronic diarrhea for twelve years. I connected with the marine fishery between the democratic platform and
hours of has
am in good health now- better than I ever was upon Florida: journalism last i p. m. and 6 a. con a moulder -jrra.-rr. I'lall"| i .
in my life, o..ing to l>r fierce s Golden :MedicallUscovery. interests of that section. An appro Sundayin : m. No child under sixteen hal! be frUteiitly supported democratic
bottles of the' every turning lath. .
I bw1-everat Discovery a most pleasing:! manner and bowl MV UudIUt'
before I stoppr.L"Accept priatiouofz'3,000 is included in the cartoons employed !it. night for more than measure curing big three
terms in
no substitute for "Golden Medical bill. I I and pictorial sketches will now forty eight hours in a week, and no doveUiler and tn.k>L"I..r. sill

Discovery." There is nothing "justas If Dr. Parkhurstcau I become a chief feature of that child under twelve shall be employed congress.If lot and .tor g. bu', i age, \\i.N and
g .blood and lungs. Its friends in a factory for more than sixty sis governorthe wagon, etc.
: :: newspaper it will be the only paper are glad to see
Dr. rierce's Pleasant: Tellcts cure dir. thing he'l'r hours during a week. Adequate attacks like the Herald's will ghehim For
ran that wayRjchtuond that it is becoming quite parUetllallli r &u
ziuess and sick hea tache. metropolitan
Dh i'atch. penalties are provided for violation of the nomination with hands
-, $ ,, '.r'-- ._.a140't... l and up to date upon all lines?. the law. down. TaM t'D'JIItL _nl ho a I .

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I "VIOLETS: -* -* tn H..h..u.th..n.

: THEOLD E'I'ABLE .W ntten for the oca la Banner ] :; .Lois 111.l.jt"1 ]:.-.J' ,, .
\ Mrs. Woodrow Entertains for Miss Compliment to Miss Elisabeth Violets' I wonder why 111 .:'l our fragrance I :

A Cullen Smith. 5w"el. One man in Marion county recently lost his pocketbookcontaining .
r That mes from your peiaS: here 10 night.Why JJ
a $500.00 t.ill ; auoiher has bad his bidden gold and
and di'intiestparties her dear face, faney bid I me .
One of the prettitst their home bright'r
I Thur..dayafternofln at
w As when, of yore. the same and ever silver burned with his dwelling. Isn't it time to use twentiethcentury
: I\'tnl1lkab !iu sometime ou South Third street, Mines Sara T'wasyou; I sent,and asked for 'OM times sake' methods, and hire asl&fetybox\Vhichisrl'OOf.ins&

wL lhIrs: In after days that had iu mystery slept.Tia : fire and thieves.M :
the "ht
'a. was >lift parti" : ami Violet Harris were the hostesses!; I .
,- you that bids, past memories to awake ". ,
t D. :S. \\HHlww entertained her oflloltr ec3rdl'artywbichw8sgivt>n On learning she in silence did accept, .
I -OI lady frit-lII4! Saturday afterin I ; U N R O E & C H A M B L, I S S,
joung honor of ttit-ir charming guest, A year has fled, since then, it seems "Ah. .

I I uof,u for Mii-s Cullen, of England.I MiElisabeth: ", .Smith, of Thomasville, more I ..,. n &NTjERau '
When last we parted. vowing to forget -II ,
1 t. )Wootlrow's a lovely home was Ga. SliIlm"meryserve.tomeabnrdensore. I i 1 0 C A LA FLORIDA. .

j+ very beautifully' orated with LamThe attractive honoree was looking I'veboraemsilent.andlongtn81deepregret. j i 4caa ... an..+. csayaaaa..."....;..., It.,. -*..."* t. }rrt6t...tl.tt1Mt1,;
I I wonder now, if she had thought, or knew. I
boo and ijuautitits rrdaud white particularly lovely in a gown of pink That lips uf mine,did :lastly you caress ,

bA 6 hearts. The hearts were strung: at mouvieline and she wore a large That dew.it was tears, she deeamed :.as morning I

intervals on white; riblon and were bouquet of violet.. Shed in love with alIits-tenderness.
'.ElwoodOthell Alea: Houses Lots L F Farms Groves
ft.'ttoonl"d.roUUtt the walls of the There were thirty nix guests and t

a g parlor, dicing room aud reception progressive whiii, was: played, after A Delightful Party. ,' ,

PurerJHEREISMSUBSTlTtm hall, alakiugaud pre&entiug a most which refreshment: wtre Served by i
Absolutely Mrs. J. E. Chace entertained! a

ii attractive appearance. Micses: Fannie Robinson\ and Louise number of joung I Udy friend Friday I'or Sale, Ht'iit or I.i.:i..<>. ('a..h or on Time.

I' The St. Valentine idea was carried Harri. *.
afternoon in honor of t her sisterinlaw .
out !in all of the features of the party. The first prize, a eOII'0( "That Old -.
.. ( :Miss Etta. Chase! of tar k l',

)lr. II. !>. N'oken' visited! his "Hearts" was played and the Score Sweet Heart of Mine" was won by who I', spending the winter with her. J STARR STERNBERG-ER. i

f-mUyiD fltlnmville! Sunday. cards were hearts aud for .each game Mis! Meta Jewett. The atlair was charmingly 1 informal ?

won a smaller heart was! attached to The! consolation prize, a cup and I
and of the I moat enjoynble eventof -*
Mr Levy, of havuuuah, is: theUr one I
the 1 larger one saucer, was cut for by all of the guests

| ..tof Mm. J.Starr Sternberger.Mr. At the conclusion of the game salad aud wad won by Mrs I : C. C. Todd. the wiuter reason. If you have any property that i is not paying a good
A chancing contest, the answers to
Hrbrrt Junes and Mr. Arthur and wafers! gelatine, dainty heart The following ladies were the
wt"rtj'"thing I 1 to eat" was oneMiatrn interest call on me and see the difference.TRUNKS .
wrutdon to Crystal RivertMunUy shaped cakes aud collce was t-erved by of the Misses Harris: yesterday :
of the t pleasant I features of the t afternoon
for a rl'W11' fishing.Mn. the hostess: assisted: by her sister, Mi[a Smith, of Thomasville; Miss i
and the gue> iug was spiritedlymiensnug. -
Mi.Lavalrtte M..rtiu, Mrs.! C. E.C'ulleu Liuda Smith, of Louisville; :Mia l
Cleiukulutf I und IlItLle daughter, Four young )Ii d'r, i
and( flit Weather! .
> Kiuiua Filter, of Philadelphia; I
Mis ts Ileardou, Foy, Condon and I I
of f t-j-riugflrM, lall!., are the guestnof
Asa! Rourveuir of this unusually hiss Ro> e Fox, of Atlanta; Miss I The 1
Smith answered all of thequestion
Mr. and Georgia ,
Clfudenluj parents,
Pleasant oC?l'illn each guest was Addie Elkau, of ijrlaia Ala., and Do you trrvt'lDo you want a tood trunk ? I
Mr A H Buruett. j roperly 1 and on drawing for \V> have a lot of good trunk that we will
presented a beautiful red carnation, h"iesIattl Williams, Louella utter at special low while last. Ocala
the prize, a lovely china sugar and i prices they l
DIG Carlo I. Sistruuk who has to which was attached a little red Gary Florrie Crook, Gertrude IVreds,
t. creamer, ads 5mith was the fortunate A Good Metal I Trunk $2.00
.. .been Pleading| the put few weeks! in heart shaped loYof candy.Mrs. Alice Reedy, Mary( Reardon, Annie winner. I A Good Canvas Covered Trunk S3.00A

t<.. Tallahiutm,, on profrttsioual business Woodro'v! one of Ocala's Davis, Johnnie Liddon, Hattie Dye, Good Canvas Strap Trunk 54.00 furniture
feature Leather bound bra trimmed
"t': r Another interesting was a !s trunks at proportional -
... J rturned home Saturday.Mr. most popular young married ladietand Emily Ford, Valela Potter, Either Each prices'
contfst. one
poetic was required
her parties are always social Weathers, Lena and Maxie Bullock, Ahp> values and traveling naif;*. Company
aud Mr*. M. E. Pobinaon and to describe their ideal man in These are all Bit BARGAINS we have
treaUaud pleasant} memories of them Hue Rarcu, Mona Hiller, Lou beianihby other bargains atdaughter
MM Ilo bull returned four lints of rhyme and it was didcovtred : <
long linger in the minds of her guest, (; Meta Jewett Georgie Smith, 1f
F turd.y from( a short visit to Tampa that the youngladies I of Ocala 1 ; AT S M IT H S
Her valentine party yesterday eclipsed Mehdames Pearl Mason, Bessie: Me- OCALA, FLORIDA
altuatrr river ectiou.Mr are excellent poets. Seven or eight 3
the the any ever before given by this Counell, D. S. Woodrow, J. B. Hiers! ,, -... -
of the poems: received "honorablemention"
*. IWunett and little daughter, popular and charming hopte.-s.! iS. T. Sistruuk: C. C. Todd, X. M. but the judges decided that -

iu Oealatud I The guests who enjoyed this de- Allrtd, A. E. Gerig, Mallory Liddon,
ClIHr.of IV),uok", Vii", are
JIis! Johnnie Luzon's: was the brat GO..O 6i I Se G I eoo 8eSen
are the "Utaht of Mrs. Beuuett's liijhtful party were :Miss Cullen, of S.,1{. Hirdey, J. Carsten, L Miller ;
for h cleverness I )
and r wm presentedwith
on, aud daughter, !tlr. aud Mrs. E. Eugl.sudhiss Lewis' of Jamaeia, and F. L, \\ : tslln. I'e. have received this I week, ( I
an exquisite:
u_ t QJ ._...,, ,
IWtiHett.. Miss Elisbeth Smith, of Thomasville! A T 11' .. -
White Man Turned Yellow. Delicious refreshments in to '
-- --- Gi., Mis-s: Addle Elkan, of Selma, A .\ ,i-ar loud of \\" IlItt' Hn-k'-ry Thrl''utiut' > d aif and Farm "
Great consternation was felt by the served after which alssrs,
curses were
'li+a rlu"i Mae I, Xrlmer, who has W'a tllI"
Ala., Misses Marg-iret E-igleton, friends of M. A. lIt>gartof Lexington <<\
ball vpeuiiiiii; heveml months in t! Bullock and Liduou reudertd severalvocal I :\ I'\r load of itied'um\ pnn'-i I tuples! lul.lt'.lhat! look welland 6f
Miuuie.1 Luvalt-tte Martin, when he turning
uuusby, Ky., they paw was A .
selections and Mis Weathers wear: well but tlIlwt sus' :> H'ry much mouey.
Oo.I U viilh her iiuut, Mra. Z. C. Sue liiico, Florrie C'unik, Leua: and )'el1ow. His skiuluwly changed
several pieces which wire e A shipment of Columbus Ruirey Co.'s Buggies. This is the
n..w.114, has teturutvl to her home. color, alto his ayes, and he buffered;
:Maxie Bullock, Edith Pratt, Sari andViolet !!t'nUlllt' Columbus Bu! !gy. You know as mucb as we could
at Fwvytb, 0. Harris Hittie Dye, Estherterribly.. Ills malady: was yellowjaundice. much enjoyed.Mis. O ul II! yu about th--nJ. O

: He was treated by the best Chat-f's: were 11""t'oI 1 t
-- guests .
w \V-im-M: a lamer!: and better Mivk of our kiiH of ed than any- 7I
alttl t.' 'l. Albrrly I of ifutucllle, Weathers! Mary Ueardou 1 MeitiJeetr doctors, but without benefit. Then he I Chace, Elizab'-th Smith, Emm Foghid.: in fill- -fi-tiii'i!!, ami our 11r11-t', are a:. low i-owibje.i Call to -'\'r l ;

Yaleta 1'utttr and Mrs. C. K.Culleu. was advised 10 try haet'irk Bitters, the ii'" nr rdfr t It\ mail ,.
111., who hat t-eeu the guest of ter, 11/Ilia lliller, Emily 1 Ford I, Luul.i i gglj \ t

in (K'ulii fur t,ev ral 1 week.left I ; wonderful.11'stomach' : "After and taking liver two remedy bottles -, (Smith, Esther Weathers, Sue !Hare<>, I S A STANDLEY & CO., OCALA, FLORIDA ( t

-., Friday; fur Tamp to vi,.it her ton, Does it Paj to Buy Cheap? I wa wholly cured" Margaret( and Mamie Taylor, Lt'lla i t'e3eQ) 9 Q@ 88eS "@ee8Oe ." )

.Ii} Iurl&.11.1'(0. A cheap remedy for coughs and proves matchlts.merit f.)r alhtom.1 and Maxie: : Bulluek Sam and \ ol.-r l{ :> u,..., .__ ,

tv colds is all right, but you want something ach, liver and! kidney troubles. Only Harri- Mattie Williams, Mary Ilrar-1 I ",
lr.l.J"T.lr with his!' usual .. ';LS"5I5\5\55'IS\5\5'S..5'"S'' "Slg SX;.51E:5".sb: I5" '''j
25c. &ldh..thtoAuti-louo'\OlyDru. 1 sssL\ ssssssu! \s ,. '
It t ut1 ill relieve and cure the don, Freddi Foy' AUie Van Johan ...... .
| more sever, and uau:.:erouH results of _
Annie Mae Standlt-y
Florrie Condon "
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with ico crenm. He served I throat and lung troubles. What shall of the Daughters Meta Jewett Emma lUrber, Yalt'la II 1 I I

ItU riMtomrra with tint ddldOU'U do? (;ioto' W1rmninti more i 1 E D ,
a AJ
I The United Daughters.\ of the Confederacy Potter Joliinie Luldou, Annie Davis j ..,
luxury to the (lllt't'n'It ta 'te Saturday.MM. regular thuiate? Yes: it |io>;tiible; it I held their regular mont hI'b Sinclair. 3 I

1 -- ;-- -- not pi>..ible, for you, then in eithercase au' t c 11" I :
Hubert Kaiiir aini meeting; unlay afternoon with -- ---- ...... ,
two t1111.1-1( take the only remtdy! that bay : .-- ---- l'.
1 --- -- ---- -- I ."
I ren armed! :Sunday; from -' bun introduced in all civilized countries Mr- Frank Harris.Several >

+ (la., aud MilUpfiid! a few months in with success tu severe throat and iuterw-tihg topics were disThe tendency of medical science is I Iron 1

1 tbkrlty with Mr.( Faber, who is in luug trouble{ "U-st'hre's (;Jermant cUt std with much enthusiasm the toward preventive measure: The II Scrap .1.1I.

ntarK" .f lU-njitiiilti I Krolhers' meat most: important of which was:: theraiding i.
I laces t 1.>,sntto dUtroy the t germ of funds for the erection of given to the subject. It is easier and Lj I flelals Rails 1 1
I .tklwi I bunlnm I *. They may make dirait., but Rlby intl.immatum and : : ,
It I
tMr future hum UIIIOUK U.. causes easy exploration, gives a arch to Jetltrson Davis aud better to prevent than to cure. y I i.

and the has been fully demonstrated! that ETC. ETC. ETC. .; t
---- good night's rest cures pfor the t l-euetit of the Confederate
t II I
I I bare u'k'tl ClIIUullf'rlllh Couuh tient. Kecomiuemled many years by Museum which is now established in pneumonia,one of the most dangerous tr -

fwnedy fur a number }.t'l&rllliuti all dniggi! -ty l1U the world. You canget diseirea that medical men have to iI for
the mansion in which PresidentDavis Highest I cash price paid same |!|
this reliable! remedy at AntiMonopoly I
hau uo LcilUin-y in Haying that it is I : resided tu Richmond duringthe contend, with, can be prevented by ; --.. -.--- -,. -, -..-- --- -
Drug Store. tMr L' ;: fH
th. tnl, rruiedy for cough", colds and I civil war. the use of Chamberlain's Cough Kenn !.
I bare u!a t i !in my family. I Jurors for the Spring Term. A bazar for this purpose will beheld edy. Pneumonia always results from ;: -- ,
I Ij
hate nut wcnU to express my contl- The following is a Hat ot names in the museum in April and all a cold or from an attack of influenza naJ BROS. ,

j deoee in this winery.-Mr+. J.'a.. drawn to.H-rve ai jurors for the eprincterm the Daughters are urged to rend con (grip) and it has been observed that F '
L Moor( North ,tilt,. For sale In Florida. -
star Jacksonville.
I jt .\. D. 1903> tributions und articles of valnito this remedy counteractsany tendencyof p.JJ
1utl.- IItltOly Uru Stun m G
__ !_ W. .I.L'. Nix, .1. 15. Mock: : Fen Rheinauer /bedisposedofou that O32asion.Mrs. : these diseases toward pneumonia. r -------."'" ,_,. _._._.r.._? :: r..
This has been fully proven in many --- 5b".5'.s.5'.5'E..5\5' .5'.slS'.5'.315S.5151Sb.. .., "' 5'.5'.5SS"<;'. e-
\\ ll. tbrkU: particularlyucrr II. .\. Waterman J. J. Nelson, Frank }'. Fleming is reeent. for thousands of cases in which I this remedy 5.5'o5'SoS\S.=> \ .,.... => tv_.

> >rul Iu hU I It'u rxprtlitiuu| to George: 11.111';, May Pricharh, William tins state and it is to be hoped that has been used during the great -- -- -

OruKt' hike aud brought back Fmnzoh, J. T. Cohen, llomor K. Florida's table at the baznr will be prevalence of colds and grip in recent 1

(t.h anti ducks to supply many Agnew, J. M. Lidilell! J. 15. Capple- entirely creditable to the fair doughyears: and can be relied upon with ..eco.;. @Se Atjm008CtfMIUKh

.f big friend in abundance. The man, T. L. Sherouse, John Gamble. tern of thisftate.implicit confidence. Pneumonia often 0 d=
results: from a blight cold when uo "' 1
rdilw of thi. iu for full It. i.l'Iyburn.1.CL Spurlin: Arthur RE' AD
paprr r me a .lfterthe discussion of these and danger Is apprehended until it is' suddenly ...-

khtretif l..tth fur wlilch he returns C. Carter, George Pasteur! J. A. Stevens other topics three new members were discovered that there i is! fever 9
think Mr. Clark: it an expert P. A. Snow II. .\. Faucett, J. presented to the association and a and difficulty in breasting and pains I)

allifkfald h.. few eqiuls behind. I). K sett, S. H. GaUskill, Z. C. number of others made application to in the chest, then i i.: is announced fit lFlorida TimesUnionqua.

1 Chambliss,", \\'. S. Stewman, J. T. become members. that the patient has p oumonia. Be S
the safe side! and take Chamber
: Mr. J. W. )Martin representing ISurgen.A.. l>. Mitchell, J. D. Matchett The regular business being finished on lain's Cough Remedy a" soon as the REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 2

i H.UI HrotbefH, of Jaekwmville, is !iutb J. I). Price chocolate: anti wafers were served by cold is contracted. It always cure ( DAILY D SUNDAY.

: cU! looking after the interests of Carlisle P. B. Martin L. L. D. the hostess, assisted by Mrs. E. L. For vale at the :1nti Monopoly Drug "A Three One Month Munth., postage postage paid paid ._m. :.1.1.1j fvRoy. W ,

1 Lbs. tI little Miss Irma Blake.Store.. m ,fI six Mouths, postage paid.. ... .
j urm. Mr. Martin, though I / \ one of Waverly Texas, writth : "Of a C:1rDt'yacl One Year, postage paid 6OQ C

1 the yuuuK-nt tralm men m theM morning! when tint rising, I often 'fhesemeetingsof the Daughters; The Race Track. 9 ILLUSTRATED S NDECIT $1 DO A YEAR. C
Six M 'nt.0
] te, I.| a hu-tlrr of no littllo ability, flu.l a troublesome collection of the Confederacy are becoming moreand The executive committee of the I e semi-Week:i y Kduunv ; (Pile \rr.w f .'

which produces a cough, and held meetingrecently ffl)
phlegm, association a .
and above
J lad vih\ <*u it route to heading oil' hU more popular more largely --- i
is hard to dUloge : but a m:1Il': I i A .. t., '
I : very decided to advertise I .. ': < 1. : --
roait.etitorr in a bu: iueaideal he is 1: attended each month. I and I II .l : ;:." .v1"h ri.'t'i-c! {

A... "it" Mr. Martin Ida :Marion county 'w luautityufCallardsllorehouudSynil ill: ut one dishige it, and the trouble/ Nest month the meeting will be for bids immediately to grade and e THE FLORIDA! TIMES SIOH, JMKSORV1LLE, FLOBIQ!. I

i LorD boy, and with the usual good i is over. I know of no medicine that : with Mrs. G. Hubbard. prepare the track and ball groundsjiiilgnirBt : (9 t

j shown liy HU'C'l'j-full..Ui-: equal! to':: it, and it i is 2'0'ery I and build the fence, grandstand: etc. D <

IIk-tttt plnvxxnt to take. I can most( To cure a cold In one day Mr. Rich Hall is at the head: of it. <0< SUBSCRIBE -
tut!) iu this devtioa of the state! ;
recommend to all Take Laxative ISromo Quinine Tab \
ly person''OfJiLI-1 that the work
Us. the t columns I of The Oeala Banner which is a guarantee m
ing: medicine for throat or !! let1i.llllruggl tS refund the money 11.\
to wake his wants known to the bles. Price 25c, 5i*, *l.oo bottle at if it failes to cure. K.: \V. Grove's will be well done and in the most approved :ft ABgC C0CS.fJCDQJCeSG0) e"j

public. The Anti-Monopoly' Drugstore. tu J signature is' on each box.-15o. and up to date manner. U



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A limited amount of Juptni-fce ran j i

List! Four ladies playing whUt Legislation Now: Would Work Harmful or teed It lit manv in- nit'; mikes I [ U"U"
. 'I "Is it my lead' ask the first Results, He gA11lESHAIE
COIBULSSKEPTICALReported die Hurst kind of anti ".
syrup ryprulifi.
"Well ol all hands, I've the worst! New York, Fvb. 14.-In a conversation .
Dear me 1 if I only knew on anti-trust legislation, Russell .-. Writ-for pmv.-, ui.d p, rti"'ii- WATERMELON SEED

What you had" chirps number two, Jar>. W. H. Crawford, 1':111111"1..1.1.: .
Now I can't say,on the [hole, Tragedy Occurs In Town of Indications af War Sage is quoted as saying: Fl'lrill-i. :' '.- : Only PURE: strata
in tht
"The trust proposition has not reached yatlN
That this play accords with Pole, yl .....

Hut it is the best I have." Clarksville, Tenn. i Not Corroborated. a stage where the evils have pre I. arluGt: "r t.,! k. .. J't. ....
t.a+ \""Ihr' ''' '.1, .
Xambcr three bays mild and suave, sented themselves plainly and in a I 'l"n. I'Itrr.tal 1._,, ._.11.,. yaf
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hrf .
: While above this small uproar ONE BROTHER KILLS ANOTHER.I I SITUATION IS NOT SERIOUS. definite form. Legislation at this S netwa ar- ...

Comes the chorus Irony all four- -, time will only work harmful results, .o I, J....
i "XVhat'i the trump?" AI Davidson Attacked Father and Sister Consular Representatives::; of the Re for no one can put his finger on the I.. .1. i, sr. : Ill
.lId for 'Wt' "This.I think's the leading spade with Knife, When His Brcther, publics of Guatemala, Salvador and danger spots. FULI l. I tune i','' .?". t Umy ',?>.? ..l, f'<1\."...
Oh-h"! I that was played." "The situation, it to
thought jack Honduras at New Orleans Are Inclined as appears me,
Well,that makes two points for you Charles, Armed: Himself and Put is simply a case of Illness with the !' I. BRANCH
One fur in, did say Sue?" ; : to Discredit Rumors of War trust
as patientDoctors '
simply watch
AI's j Cilumbtj C..
r Six Bullets Into Body I EXPRESS I....... N.
"Haw can that be? you trnmp developments
and curatives ,
The Picayune apply at ]
New Orleans Feb. 11.-
heard about the PpEPA10I
!tare ynu : bump Tenn. Feb. 14.-A specialto
Memphis the proper time. It is the same with j
Sethe's boy ha Jon bis head:*' says:
The Scimitar from Clark'>sville, the trust question in this It
"Isn't that a lovely spread The reported indications of war between country. | o
"Did I taLe that trick? Dear me:" Tenn., says: Salvador will not be too late to wait on the dcvelopmens i x'B"
the republics of Guatemala. G GS Ilacter & !
Charles Davidson who went to the I r Sowt.w
Here strike in the other three- and y Honduras, Central America and closely watch tin'.' it's! : r I
What s the trump?" Philippines as a member of Company are not roborated here by the combinations of capital. P.aunally I ..[11 1 ti..atMt t1
II. First Tennessee volunteers, shot 80 of them '
per cent arc joi.n.) ;. am1
'Mr Cray, is that your ace? consular representatives of these SQtSII'
tis brother Al six times last night, bad be
.. : tendency can readilv tart il j
"Oh,say, have you seen 1'ie lace three republics.In .
killing him instantly. It is said that when these make themsclua !
t.t I .
Selling now at Brown & Dart's'
fact nothing Is known of the rumors l li1P'I2QZfi
"I forgot that sl.e trumps hearts." Al Davidson went to his home last from Panama am in favor of allowing tinge. .u,; i1.' i. fI
beyond the dispatches ., ,
"And the most exquisite shade night and attacked his sister and fath. believed American people to intro,:lu,' \ir.< v ; I
and these dispatches are not
Gracious!haven't a spade?" er with a knife the girl ran to the T er legislation at the proper r./m. :.t."
by the consular authorities.
"Is it my play What was led>" home of Charles Davidson for assis- !
There is no political situation of
"IXl know can get thread,
you you
tance and the latter armed himself
Oftly)our cents'-John Smith's best" sufficient seriousness to justify'the Simple Colds.
with a revolver and went to his fath- ,
here chime ia aU the rest- creation of such a situation. In
Just ..
er's house. Al, it is said attacked Ceaee to be simple, if utall | rot tile'- tI I
"What's the ?
trump Guatemala the only reference made to
i Charles with a knife, whereupon the ed. Tnesafest way ii to put them : j tj
a possibility of trouble is the statement
"How much better we all play latter fired six shots, all cf which a,ide at the beginning. Mallard'sllorrhouud +
Than we did." "Well, I should say!" that there is a likelihood of the Guatemala
took effect, one passing through Al BLUM & CO.
"Once I couldn't keep my mind exiles, who are now living in syrup stops a cuM ahl rt'-j tt
Davidson's .
On the game, but now I findIt Salvador crossing the frontier to conduct moves the came of cold.-, 25c, / biA\i'F.1t I' ill! I I.- "t

is as easy as can be." a personal invasion of theH'st- and $1.00 a bottle at AntimonopolyDrug .'))17 and .ill1&y!!/ KI. /trtar... tiIh. Hltt"I", Itw/M4r .

"Iit your deal Let me see- NEGRO TO DEATH. ern section of Guatemala. During the Htore in and
No;the cards belong to you." has been decided -- ---- Jacksonville Florida.Remember ; Y+Ilrrft.I.
past political muddles it .'
"I remember now that Sue Inhuman Work of Whitecaps Near T, F. Thomas Hardware and Seed Ce. \\ iUdo\\ tt ) .11. f t ;h..
safest by the government to or-
Led the king and that the nine A S
Did;you say the lead was mm?" .. ":::; Charleston, S. C. der out of the republic such of the We can furnish a limited quantity | \
"What's the trump' :-=. Charleston S. C., Feb. 13.-Jake members of the opposition to the administration of our FauioiH I'.rf..cte Cucumber i I -' --- --- ---- .- Purchsutt our tf>'''k.., |,nh wt

-Judge limes from the etrl cts of a whipping as are considered danger and ieuuine Jvoeky Ford Cantaloupe I ,p'I I Guarant nuttt-rior to tar
ous. The same policy has been car Sold Niulh. and TluSar .,...,
administered a few nights ago by a SttPd. Thcsf heed are scarce Writ I I'II II
PISTOL BATTLE ON BROADWAY. party of hitecappers, h dead. ried on for years in every one of the us for prices. All kinds of new seed ii !Mon..
tropical states. Guatemala is no exception ,
Ilines a negro lived on Young'sisland in !o>tock.T. I Oflfmr 1"\1 \\it r.,* m* k ", : ." ......
Chots Flew Thick and Fast on Crowded !- near Charleston. He was suspected by any means, and its list ofexilt's ,'
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SEED ---- --
is not as large as some of the Ciar'.estosiduoation
A -
Thcrougnfare.;] of killing hogs. party I. Ct
New York, Feb. 14.-There. was a searched his house, found no pork, other republics such as Nicaragua. (ainesvillp, Fla.

battle between two menith pistols but did find a bag of fertilizer under Although it is stated these dissitis- A, C. L. Calsnders.S Ii II \\JK\ CAN sell you the I '

!n the Broadway theater district last his bed. Hines Vas taken out and tied Guatemala: natives will try their S four wits j in stamps! ui-S, P. .'1 smallest article ''i t !' MaN l
hand at revolution serious or ail
a no
night. The affair took place in front until He would I .
beaten he collapsed. I
Collier, Jr., Division Pa-feiiger Agent |II i : :; .:
thought is being given to the matter,
ef wire the Sturtevant house. Nine shots not tel whether he had accomplices, and no serious attempt is looked for. -ViliutuiCousf I Line, THnijia! Fla., forK !j carload of anything per- '.,,,. J'- ., "" .. .'.
fired and one of the principals anJ because of that the beating was very attractive wall calender for ''I I I w hir rwaar by IlL, ...
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In Salvador the situation politically :! ,. .
and a bystander were wounded.eith- long continued.A 1903. mining to Hardware, Iron 11" ;.' -_
er wound is serious. peculiar situation developes. Thereis is anything but complicated. In '''I th ua. ."' '. "" '.1 n.- 1. JMclVRR .... .....' ....

The battle which caused intense no magistrate to have an fact, there has not been a time in recent 'i j Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dyna- -
excitement along Broadway, was startt there because inVeSUga'j i years when trouble has been more ;
Youngs ilflll 1/ l I"KJ4.1I t .,
mite Lime .
ed by Philip mack a Hall m pool- in the" jurisdiction of Magistrate L. C. I unlikely. President Rlgolardo of Salvador Cement, Sto\"t-
will retire in about two weeks, =:L.tiu;. ); .'p I,
room proprietor, who opened fire on Decline, who a few days ago killed a \Il(; Q .. I ---
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and be succeeded by President-elect f !!
Julius Formel, a retired saloon keeper neighbor in a dispute over land and .. { f : "
P. J. Sscalon, friend of the : : ;) TWENTY-FIVE CARLOADS
a good
as the latter walked out of the is now in the Walterboro Jail. \ :" :"
retiring officer and a man popular with .,' :" "::"".1 .
Sturtevant house. There had been &= "' "'" l. I IX OURWAREHOUSES

;rouble between the men, and apparently SHOT COWN AT DOOR. everybody.The .it! ( :
i irt
mack was looking for his vic approaching installation of this I
: officIal and the lack of political dis ,- ..., : .n",1, Ir tburrdrola.atn'hart. I ._ FUNERALDIRkCTOia
tim. Formal stood his ground, draw- .. I' :.
Mysterious Affair Occurs at Jackson .. .1. .i.i. ..r i...> >. ----- -
agreements between the new and the ,', ,-... : ,_ I: ,
ing a pistol and returning the fire. >T.-r < l-r: '" i ;i
Mississippi. retiring officer would not indicate that 1. .::: > pi- il. .I 1. n. I
During the exchange of shots a cone I I T\ I:MT .i l.i I' cB
!>! of spectators were seen to drop, Jackson Miss., Feb. 14.- Alfred Bildorback. trouble is to be looked for from that # u'r.L;..r-. IU0.1! ..nrcdiinnM.-'.. All B BAIRD HARDWARE! j [ CO. !
auto it was found later that only one formrrly of Cairo, Ills. and quarter. This same approaching in- tanle..d I..I"cI1." (I j" arlLiG
CO. .
M. FERRY & .
of them had been hit. Then a Cen- Miss Lucy Iludgins, a member> of a stallati ia!! also believed to be of suffitient tistroit, frl'C! Gainesville Florida. I!i lUlU dove1t9/t'bca of ....fj u fir.*lvu'.a riik.M. i>..- 'u!i >ttu. rat ww"l
'ral office detective took a hand in prominent family, were married yes importance to prevent the government .w..Mlla;""'"r.letaI

he encounter and with the aid of other terday. Late in the day a warrant of Salvador from taking any --- .I! BmbaimlH* to urilrrNOT

_officers dragged the combatants to was sworn out by Miss Hudgins' father hand in the Honduras muddle, which I =-n_ -=___ ._ -. -- -
he police station. Black was shot charging Bildprback with bigamy. in reality, is the bottom of the rumors -- -- --- ------ ---- -- -

\" In: the left arm and his injuries were Last night shortly before midnight of approaching war.

I!. dressed by a hospital doctor. The the doorbell of Mrs. Freeman's boardinghouse -

\.... spectator who was hit was Wright I. was rung and when Robert CHAFFEE AT WILMINGTON. FACTS ARE FUTILE

( \;ershaw, a postal clerk. He was E. McCay, a boarder came to the t

Hot in the foot. Both Forinel) and door, he was shot to death. Two rio- I Gsneral and Staff Inspect Army Post

tprt: Black were held for further cxa>rlna- lice officers nearby rushed to the at Fort Caswell. icJit-n .
Especially techto the
I tion. scene and arrested Samuel Hudgins, Wilmington, N. C., Feb. 14.-Major they *aciuy of! dol'"rx1 .'I"i//

r the father of Bilderback, who was ; General Adna R. Chaffee, commandingthe

I STRANGE: DIVORCE CASE. near the scene of the shooting.The department! of the east, U. S. A., I pocket See 'icJtat I haw to oJ'ci's" ami be fully WHr>'<" ",
theory of the police connectingthe : accompanied by his staff and ColonelC.

I Though Living: 3,020:) Miles Apart, Cou- marriage and the shooting has not Morris commanding this army district

: ple Agrees to Separate. been made public, and a thorough Investigation arrived this morning shortly af- : I

New York Feb. 11.-Living 3,000 is being made. ter midnight from Charleston. S. C.,

apart, Mr. and Mrs. John RoUiguez! a.ndnmt down to Fort Connell to inspect -
have separated as ma3 and wife, with. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE FAILED. the army post there. I have at the old Alliance Store inOcala the most complete and up-to-dat. Iat. of ,

out going to a count, and while still The distinguished visitor was wel- .

( professing! the highest esteem for Pretty Girl at Harriman, Tenn., Triesto comed to the city this morning by a
each other. Mrs. RoJiguez! was be- committee from the chamber of com- Dry Goods and Grrocerics
End Her Life. I .
l't. fore her marriage Marguerite Angley. mence. The party will leave tonightfor

Her husband is a partner in a firm operating Knoxvllle. Tenn., Feb. 14.-Miss Al- Washfugt ,n, D. C.. for a few days which I otTer to the
tie people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding t>>U ti.'", '\' th- .
: a match factory in the city Dryman a pretty 19-year-old girl and will next week make an official

1 of Mexico. The couple have a son, of Harriman, Tenn., whose mother t isit to Fortress Monroe, Va., the har- most reasonable figure ever before offered'to the public. I realize that t)tit' day i. *
Joseph 10 years old. According to lives in a Georgia town, attemptedto bor and coast: defenShabout Baltimore

Mrs. Rodriguez she and her husband: end, her life by taking poison. She and on the Delaware chant, closing on here when you must have value for your.dollars, and I am prepared to mvou

discovered shortly after their marriage charged that Arthur Delang engagedto Feb. 2G a personal inspection of every f

t that their union had been a mistake marry her on Jan. 25, but that he defense on the coast from ;Ce% Orleans this value. Am recieving daily a line ofStaple}: and Fancy Growri- that will

and that Rodriguez freqn atly postponed the wedding twice, and olast n to New York.DESERTERS .
/ supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOOnS NATIONS, SIMKH
t suggested to her that she should gt Sunday renounced his engagementto --- ... itJ

I a separation or a divorce saying he her. This she declares drove hc-r ON INCREASE. HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The pr t't's shall bt. i
1 realized she was wasting her time by to desperation, and she took what sue

remaining tied to him. She came to believed to be poison, but it was a mixture Subalterns Are Unmercifully Flogged made: to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall IM Hold. s t t' u*

Brooklyn, while he remained in Mexi of cordial and capsicum. Latfr In Scots Regiment

'. co. Finally Mrs. ROdriguez consulted she deliberately; prepared herself for New York, Feb. 14.- Aremarkable f
l a lawyer. Separation papers were kath, and took a dose of laudanum increase -in desertions in the rank

drawn up and forwarded to the City but was found! in a stupor in her room and file from the Scots regiment is 1 I

of Mexico, where they were signed by in time to be saved by physician attributed: to overwork and bullying,

Mr. Rodriguez and witnessed by the The girl left a note addressed to Ar says The Tribune's London correspon .

United States consul general. thur Delang. dent. If the charges are well founded

The papers were then sent to Brooklyn it will be an open question whets .}

where Mrs. Rodriguez and a woman Tiilman! Case Postponed. er subalterns who are !licensed to flog JN

witness added their signatures s Columbia S. C., Feb 14.=FormerLieutenant one another are not brutal disci>>lina-

before a notary public. Under the Governor Tillman's: application daDS of the men under them. v I

terms of the separation papers, Mr. for bail made at Dewberry, S. There is current report that When tllr't '

Rodriguez pays Mrs.. Rodriguez $2,000, C., yesterday has noj yet bfen acted the grenadier subalterns execute the I t

surrenders their child and agrees nev upon. Because the (defense had failed sentences of the mess room courts,

er to molest her in any way. to give the prosecution copies oi 1 the victims, whether sons of peers or

Ban k Closed. their affidavits the judge ordered a not are hoisted upon a' whipping I

continuance until next Thursday. horse stripped and flogged. ,. Therestige
Washington. Feb. 11.-The First TCa. of the privileged
society regi 6j
tional bank of Asbury Park, N. J., Fire In Mining Town. ments cannot be restored iratll the

was closed today by direction of the Chicago Feb. 14.-A dispatch to The truth is known about the methods of }

comptroller of the currency and National Tribune from Danville. Ills., says thata "ragging. '

Bank Examiner John W. Seatield fire at Himrod, a mining village neal

was placed in charge. The bankwas here, has burned the mine store oil Negro's Body Found. J '"

closed because of losses which absorbed house and dwellings of the Kollyvillecompany Greenville, S, C., Feb. 14. The de

the surplus and undivided profIts besides a saloon, the post body of an unknown negro was P add .

and seriously impaired tha bank's office and several small buildings. The about 3 miles from the city on the

a capital.character The bank's that additional assets are losses of such, it loss is estimated at 100000. Chicak Springse road. Isis clothes Once more wo want to call your attention to our Coffee.; It's our 11\\ II bl nd IIf
j had been burned from his body, which ,

was feared would be sustained which Murder Indictment Returned. was in a decayed condition, having ; different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very befit to br had
wouldwipe out the remaining capital. Cambridge, Mass., Feb 14.-An indictment been for
exposed fully a week. Thenegro's
charging the murder of Miss death is a mystery, and the for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of pure fine Coffee N and Tea..
Goodwin Out Agnes McFhee in Somerville
en Cail. in October
Investigation of the has
coroner not
Greenville, S. C., Feb. 14.-JohnGoodwin last, was reported today against revealed any facts as to how or whyor and anything sold byes inlay be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Luw
who killed James Henson George 1.. O. Perry, the young negro
here Tuesday afternoon has been released 'Who was arrested. in connection with death.by what means he came to his prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try u-..

from jail on $2,000 bail, grantedby the series of murders and murderousassaults

Judge Pirdy at Abbeville. His which occurred in Boston and Jury Failed to Agree. -

bond was signed by five of Greenville'sprominent vicinity In the fall. Perry is dangerously Chattanooga; Tenn., Feb. 14.-AtLoudon.

citizens. ill In prison with typhoid fever.: Tenn., the jury in the case of I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarter when you III

Professor J. Jenkins! ol Cornell Robert Cattlett, of Sevier county

Jamestown Drove N. Y. Feb. Insane. university has been invited by the charged with the murder of AVilliamand come to Ocala. We are always glad to see you and shake} your hand. Ask for

14.WarrGrosrer en Mexican government to go to Mexico Laura Whaler, tailed to agree and
a 17-year-old boy of this city, to consult with the authorities there was discharged. Catlett was a Sevler

has committed! suicide by shooting regarding the establishment of a new county farmer and the attempt was S. R.
himself through the head. Ha was monetary system. The Cornell trustees made to prove that he belonged to the Pyles Alliance Store.
Incessant smoker of ,
clgarettea and have granted Professor Jenkins whitecap organization and hired Pleas

this la said to have caused insanity. I leave of absence for one month, and ft'ynne and Catlett Tipton to kill the

he will leave for Mexico March 1. Vhaleys..
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i +TTo: THIS 1'AI'EIt WILL NOT | Rev. J. C. Porter Recovering, A DELIGHTFUL F ECEPT1011. Council Meeting. | G 5 8 8 S.Q 9oac..

rAu v Al' TIIKHCT: THE MAN WHO I Hev., C. IVter the well known An interesting meeting of the'' o
ee 3 .!
HIt dhiue'of O ala, who in been ser ; council was held Tuesday night. I| o e@@
iou-ly ill f+(r the past three months Miss Ford Entertains for Miss Smith After reading the minutes and di,- !j IG
ttll.l I r KICK TIlE MAX WHO IS GOING I 0 mm!
Dott.v II. I at hid home in that city waa in Tutu-! and Miss Foster.At posing of other routine work matter I 0 I 1

-- I I'i: Sunday mingling amont his many the elegant home of her parentson 'of gr.-at importance bo the city were : fo

......... ....... .. friends, who were delis! Ihtl'd to leara' ,iii8cuseif I I 1 Making Advertising !
Si..LiVVUb M.4TL 4...."... """ ......Io.oi, L 7.1. .'.tt'. I liuckalew Hights Tuesday after- suet as the 8tr :.t:', the ;

that he is rapidly recovering Rev. man Miss Emily Ford was the hostess electric light plant, and the need of I II ----- -- .- .-._----:- .;.: "

apol"Ki: i to the poet; I Porter is an able minhter and one. of I i of one of the most delightful .same and the sanitary. and 1 1l1l.11I'itI'COUIliliuu >I S
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"1)0la) down de shovel an' de hoe, the most emhu.-ia.slii expounders of ; receptions given in Oc..la this winter. of the city. !!i I 'BLY N x: x ::1
"' (. trite ?owe de addle 3D' de bow. I :::
1 Gospel 1 in Florida. The Tribune The nnuorees of this charming event: It was ascertained from the discus I
"|taf' BO no' wordier |to' ole Ned, I
:1 acknowledges n pleasant! call and is bion that while there is still fur I i
Mr'i w luliB f r de eov'ment dough,"' I were Miss Emma Foster, or Philadelphia room fj j.

delighted 1 to know that he is rapidly who is the guest: of Mi-sGeor ia improvement the finaueeb of the i-ily e *

Mr. J<,r Win i+t in the city..- ]!I 1 I reeoveriugTampa Tribune. I i iA Smith and Miss Elizabeth Smith of and its reels are in a much better I! 11

Ocala ( rt'cnhoa.e'o., l'ltU'i..ts t ThooiasvilU, tia., the guest of Miss shape today than they have been fill !i ()IH' drop of water does not make tb(- ocvan :
II Rival I
By Request.
"Iaulll'u.: :2.)1r. Sara Harm. several )years past; that during thepresent One grain of sand will not make a shore 11o 11-
The above play, winch is to be I I j
I fiscal a mile and half
year 8
It ('. fours lias returned from ,: given by the home talent for the ben- The home was beautifully decorated r One feather does not make a bird
v of streets were built and a large O. j
Innrnr"4.t with bamboo, mistletoe and yellow
a t ii to tilt of the IH.rary will take place at one) leap will not make
a frog ;
I amount of in
money was expended 9 I Ie
the opera house Tuesday night February ja-wamineand with the soft glow of
"MunywliHT I il4 a new word added! It also IIee
s, 'I.'FSis the electric lights an-* the prettily frttne. was ricer. IT IS ALL THE IE TfJe

la our tamed that the several committeesare ee
Iaogusge----- will be one of the best amateur gO \'n'lIOIDon, was an enchantingand
hard at work in ann lrt to for
IOI..lay was the "blowies-t" day performances ever given in attrlictiscene.. 58& 080 II j
mulate plans to place the city on a i ie
ue have seen In Ooala in many years. Ocala. It is for a worthy purpose and Tne popular hostess was lovely in -
much better footing.A G ce
"hould be greeted with the largest pink grenadine while, MM: Foster,
Mr. (*! rhn I.. rtwiruuk hu returned : refutation was parsed stopping 08 se
audience Jlu,, ihll'. who i is a tall and attractive brunette, I
to T.II"hh'4t'e after spending a few I the interest on strip after certain 8 .
Let everybody} remember the date, was gowned in white voile, and Miss(j
dA)* at home. dues named and a resolution was also 0 And so it is with most things in life ; and CD
Tuesday, February 24, and be sure to { Smith, who U of the opposite type of

Mr. and Mr. J, I), ll ertson re- attend the play! I beauty, also wore a gown of white passed authorizing the street committee 2 especially!: is it true that one advertisementwill .
to grade and Macademize certain
from their wttldiuJ -----
turul TUt-.lay voile. : not make :you a successful advertiser. :
Z. C. Chambli-!, of Ocala, a member streets in localities where the property
trip of the firm (Munroe & Cham- Miss I Ford was assisted in t'ntt'rtaia"ing holders pressed a willingnessto e Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .

( John H. Floyd, of "no fence" bliss', bankers' paced through the city her guests by ber mother, Mrs. H. pay two thirds: of the cost of said e

fame, an in Oedla Tuesday shaking yesterday en route home from Lake A. Ford, and her Jl.UUf. Miss Emily work and gurantet'd their willingness m e l
titote&bury and Misses I Either \\'t'atb-
band with" hit friend- City. Mr. Chamblisf i is manifesting by placing the money in bank.
en, Mona Hiller, Lena Bullock and : THE OCALA BANNER !
considerable i interest in (he herd of And still another resolution was
Dr. Link of Conner and Dr. Veal, of Kara! Harris.In IEU
Longhorn cattle recently brought to passed authorizing the marshal to seethat
O.Uon flint were pleasant visitors! I : 'e 'E: Tha.tVill Pay "s
this mate and placed at the Florida the dining room the long table certain sidewalks were put in

\ to (XvtU TueH'lay. Experimental Station which U the I was beautiful, having a centerpiece repair. m .

Dr. (J. ioMitein, the eye specialist, reason of his frequent trips to that embroidered in pink wild rOI'on The council did not adjourn until es.. .

.uo Mal with,, us last: inter will be city. He holds an interest in the which was! large bowl of exquisite after 10 o'clock. & o...... .

with u+ again! next Friday. herd.-Gainesville Sun. piuk carnations, and placed around Valentine Carnival and Dance. o eemo..e 8e .

- the table at intervals were small oeO.e6G08S0..G..fJe eaD.) ..
Mr.( It .\. Hurford returned Tuesday Rev. J. 1'. Hilburn of Ocala, agentof Saturday afternoon Trof. K. L.
bowls of violets. At one end of the .

from Tallahassee, where he has the Florida Conference College at table Mrs. D. S. Woodrow poured tea Northcutt gave his: dancing class a -Yl'1t't-- it] c' ..'to" .. ir ti4ttrt. a .* .* .**,
kinD for the pant week. !Sutherland; was herelat Sunday, the valentine dance at the armory. .f 4
while at the other Mrs.! T. G. Bright, : THK CL.TJH J LOl'SK. :
guest of Rev. Fred 1'ixton. He delivered About fifty children participated in < .
)lfII. Hoajcand/ Mta Mamie Clifford, tf Toronto, Canada, poured colIVe.Thesedelieioi the various enjoyments of the = .
a good sermon at the Methodist tlfrl'f-I .
the of their sister i beverages! with cheese,
ef KMI-US are guests
church Sunday night, and also noon and it i is safe to fay that the -4* OPPOSITE corirr IIOrSE..t
crackers, wafers, bberbert, cakes and t
MW. Kol-ert Taylor.
gave a brief! talk about the college, children of Ocah have never spent Ocala Florida. .
candies wereserved to the guests by :

)Ir. S. 1*. CullerJr., division pa'- asking the congregation: to subscribea :Misses Meta Jewett. Violet Harris, a happier nor merrier time. :"JI 2 Cuisine First- CIa::;. Rates Reasonable. i
Prof. Norlhcutt had decorated the
liberal amount for this
rerigetagentaf" i the A. C. L. railway Maxie Bullock, Georgia. smith:: and ) | liEFURNISIIED TIIHOUOIIOUT ;
One hundred and fifty in..tIlUtlOn'l armory most artistically! and elaborately ;
vt.ltor! to O Tuesday.
wa a Sue B-vfi-o. ;
=- .- and} ninety certs: in with }palms; and quantities{ of Special Rates By AVeek or :Month.! I
About ladies the hospitality
)Ir. Ikyan lays lie will not he a crition{: was received Alachua l:i fifty enjoyed : flags of all nations and it looked a 11 .

e.jH late for the democratic noinibatton I. vocate. Ad"1 of Mi-s Fe'rd. very .picture, of beauty. 5
: MRS. THOS. J. BARNES, Pror.f..i. t .
in loot and i*,iau to no favor- The ladies! who assisted: remain On the stage was a postoffice wherea :
Mr. John I>. Stetson founder of 1 I 4 4444.-- S. ai4' 4. e -.4 .> t t 44r i
ite. over until the evening when a number number! of valentines were postedand ;
-- Stetson University, is 1 being! sued for 1
of the young gentlemen and distributed Miss Gertie
Mr*. 0, W. M mll wife of a prom- half million dollars President JohnF. I Peyserwas

j L Iwai. lawyer of Carrollton, Ga., H ona Forbes is: ruing him 'or .;.tOOOO, II I, Cime several up of for the the eveuiug.other young ladles her postmistrenaand assistant. These Mi ioS Louie h Harris lies A. E. D Elj() l :Esrl'

vbUl to tier (laughter, Mf W. C. and Airs. W. D. Mathes fur SiW.OOO.' } ,
!1 The time between the two parties! were kept very bu y with the many
Ii 'a'bralth.' I Thisgt'MMl man gave his money freely I
was mutt pleasantly spent with a valentines that changed hands during
and a-he: thought way planting seed
The mule rn'irkl'ttt'IU* tl) still I.eon "mock marriage," in which Miss the afternoon. HARDWARE.Sash .
I from which in In.old age he would
a taunt. Mes-r Htandley and Foster was the groom and :MIMI Smith MNses Edna Culverhouse,Para Davis
gather: lltrs but instead he finds
Johi...tu are both in Atlanta and I I j only thorn and thistles. I the bride. Miss Weathers acted asI and Hope Robinson very prettily ezecuttd -

I Kt'1JA'm return with a ear load. I, I the preacher, Miss Ford &*> beat nfau, the skirt &.llet'. I andDoors \, Farming

The :Marion County Hospital i :ilisa Violet Harris as mnid-of honor In the grand march all of the boys p., }J- I oolf}. .
Silt oflVMl
Mr! *. Merrell and Mrs. I 1\\
doing a good work, not only to
and Mi-ses Sue Barco lAnd Sara Harris wore false faces and ballet skirts of
.. of
in Ocala the guests A! Ready
u, are : alllicted but ii giving Ocala a ligrtlutltion t ,
tWrt-Mtr" Mrs. George K. nIl ill"ul1. !:bridrsmaids. Mirb hillier cave the tissue paper and were a comical and r Paints Etc. V;"
in the line of and
surgery bride and Miss Bullock eosins eight.Two.steps .
;. Ttwr will"" remain several weeks. the best results in the medical pro away ______ .___ n. .
the wedding march. waltzes and the lancers 1 1A.-1I1.li! [ I.--r..: !VI

Mr. and Mr. C. E. Herrick of fession. The proposal, therefore, of were danced and greatly enjoyed.
About fifteen couples were present
Ct) 4l' lUver were in the city Fri- Straus& Co.. and the Ocala News titer feature of this delightful I THE NEW DRUG STORE
I after supper and a German was
i day. )Ir. Herrick U la charge of the Co., to give ten percent of their gross entertainment was a heart contest.

l>Uan Tracil 'ompany's: cedar mills: sales on the days advertised is worthyof delightfully enjoyed which was led by In this each child was blindfolded 1 I). II. BlimVX) M. [0., Propn.tor.Is ,
Mr. Woodrow and Miss Violet Harris
tt that plate.Mr. : all commendation. ana had to pin t'Iip of paper bearing B- -- .
after which was a guessing contest

C. H. Cullen and Miss Culletiiwu Editor Setzer of the High Springs the prizes for which fell to the lot of their names the nearest the center of now open and 1 ready to serve the public with I'unFr -:--li

\\te& to Bartow Sunday: to Hornet was in Ocala Monday and the beautiful honorees, Miss Foster a large red heart. In this :Miss Edna Dru;sat the corner of South Magnolia street and I Ft. Kim;

made U3 a pleasaut call. He bad Culverhouse came the nearest and avenuu AVe have a pretty line of HoLll\Y JOOIK.( ) ): ill
rbit MM(! Miriam r little sticK while
attend the won a lovely pin
been to Leroy eighteedthbirthday
njtected to return today but Vise: All too soon came the hour of mid- we invite:sho]'j'ors to lti:,pi'et l bt tore making th.-ir! pnrrh. ,ts+'>
Weller Carmichael won the boy'sprize I
of the attractive
l'u."oUI.. remain. a few days longer. party night when the guests were obliged to i

f daughter of Ex-Editor C. Y. Miller, bid their hostess good night.As a pearl handle knife. i

; Miwta r May and Toon Sanders, who of the Duunellon News. There was a grab bag from which !
l 'f 5m
.4i r L&n visiting luj-es Eloise and ..---- each child obtained a souvenir of the 1 !3l
\\i tees an invitation to her parties is ] Y.m1Z&t' .. ..:o: -... _LJII.H-'III! !
East \#* Ijlar for the just few weeks party. l
received with vivid anticipations of -
Mt Unt Saturday fur their home iutitAttaoburiC. Spring Humors Prof Xorthcutt tpared no pains in ; 1" -
pleasure and are so exceptionally delightful -
p4. ('. making this valentine party for his MANVW W4Vfh
t, and
Come to lost people cause many that they form a bright oasis!
boils and other children a big success, and he certainly -
C pt. J.ima C'rlbbett, one of the troubles eruptions,-, pimples besides, loss of appetite, .I along life's social pathway. succeeded. I & n You Buy of Us You Get Full Value For Your Mnty. SI

"nMge kings" of Largo, 11 ill.. that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, ,i The children held big carnival from _
Hamrick has been
harough county wail iu Ocala Friday and headache. Frater appointedState three to six o'clock. I
indigestion for Florida. Ibis We Are i
I Organizer SpecialistsIN
apt rhittks! nto-t hopefully of the The sooner one gets rid of them the There were a large number of spectators -
efiorts and confidence
IPeut in hU section. better, and the way to get rid of them present.

and to build up the system that has in our fraternity together with Job Couldn't Have Stood it THE- ._ --

t Mr. C. 1'. 1:111--; of Cedar suffered from them is to take his know ledge of our plan and features, Ifhe'd had itching piles. They're terribly -

t laapidt. Iowa, who has been in Ocala place him in position to accomplish ( SHOE HAT AND
Hood's Sarsaparillaand I annoying; but Arnica ,
t far the past two weeks visiting his grand results in the beautiful state of f
Salve will cure the worst case of piles I '
MB, wbo U the assistant of Pills I UMBRELLA LINES
papular I Florida. Frattr: Hamrick. has been on earth. It has cured thousands.For .

Mr. T. W. Troxler, has returned Forming in combination the Spring i I an active worker in the field for our I injuries, pains or bodily eruptionsit's I I

.. Medicine jour e.l'C'clhmre, of unequalled order the four the best: salve in the world. Price I
during past years.F. I
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lows. A. K. Dickiusou and wife of strength in purifying fho blood a3 'I C A. Record. l :25c! a box. Cure guaranteed by the : and can show you the best goods in
radical and I Anti-Monopoly: Drug ture. 6 l
shown by unequalled, : per-
licluuoud, arrived in cab Tuesday i the city.

i iI slid 1 !n' registered at the Ocala manent cures of We are glad to see: that the Ocala, I We peeped into the real estate o if'eI ,

iI I I I fi H M... '. Mr. Dickinson is! editor of Scrofula Salt Rheum :News Company, :Mr. K. R. Carroll, I of Mr. J. T. Lancaster-t Friday and, f ;.. -:. ',. ..'- '::::'= -

I tilt ( i Scald Head Boils, Pimples manager, following the example of, : found him and his a-feistaut, Mr. R
II Migi"ut> Herald.oot' of the most
I Alt Kinds of Humor Psoriasis .1 W.J.CHAMBERS.SHOECO.,
II II I popular Ikptiat papers priuted in the Clood Poisoning Rheumatism Strauss and Company, will give teu, !I L. Martin, both busy. Mr. Lancastersays

Io08tb, and itlways ban a good word to Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc I percent of their gross salt, aturuay' I' there is a decided improvement I Ocala, Florida.

I IOIIIQ for (kola and ber people. Illsvisltr Accept no substitute, but be sure to ; February 28, to the Marion' Count. in the tone of the real estate market t, I I >

I air ala\'4 a1'l1n.'ti:1t: get Hood's, and get it today 1 Hospital.: 1 in both city and country property. .Ai


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IT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY. Florida Products gs to Waste. Presbyterian Social. SPOKE ON RACE PROBLEM. I S

The unusual heavy rains all! thr'lulhthe Monday afternoon the ladies of If
Threatens Future of Republic Says Dr. I >
METHODIST. month of January and more than the Presbyterian church held their
.. Minot Savcge.
Rev. J. A. Hen
a very I large au Sunday Florida products to go into market! in E. Mclver. In spite of the bad .! Savage In the Unitarian: church of ue I
Messiah, spoke on the race problem
morning. HU ttxt was "Ye are the awful bad shape and the markets weather the tea was largely attendedaud I .
yesterday, which he said threaten '
llgbtof the world" He showed that I have been demoralized was one of the most enjoyable I the future of the republic. believes the Pain

the luiwiou of the church is to be that I 'I 1 he New York Packer says! : atl'airs of the kind ever given in Slavery, he said, would have tonUnucJ ols e Inflammation
to exist In the north as it did
light, and that the world will only be A car of cauliflower arrived Monday Ocala. Mrs. Mclver was assisted i inr Cures the wound
the south, had it been equally profit
saved through the light of the gospel and the receiver said that whileit ceiviug her guest- by Mrs. John 11.Martiu able here. Dr. Savage continued: ) like

light. At this service Miss Annie came in a refrigerator car on a- Mi-si HUtieiJDye, and Miss "Senator Tillman, whom I heard at
a dinner last night says that if social 'r
Torreuce received into full of the vegetable Esther Weathers.
was 'iieiu- count coaditionl'.the!: ) and political equality are allowed the

Leohip iu the church, and the pastor was hardly salable: \ and :the shipper In the dining room chocolate and negro people, it means, in hs judgment

announced the following aa received will receive practically nothing.Esg lady lingers were served by Mrs. J. a gradual mixing mongrel and

into the church by certificate, viz: plant, peppers and other vege- 'I. Beuton, )[rs.lt! G. Blike, aud degrading"The black of the man entire is not country.a white man FIRST AID TO THE INJURED.

Mn.J. A. Hendry, Mrs. D. A. Cole, tables are for the most! part trash and Mrs. 8. T. riUruuk. with colored skin. The great scienceof It Heals and Cures by opening the pores, allowing th;

-Mi-sFraukie Cole, Mrs. J. 1*. Hil- lisa common things) for, buyers to An interesting feature of the afternoon o\cution,! milieniums tolls us of that natural there development are centuries Camphor and Oils to penetrate to the source of the

buru, O-. '"r Hilbura and Miss JoUunie r-turu such stock with 2a complaint wa aiijuessing eonte-t in which between the position which the trouble, drawing out all Fever and Inflammation. Does

OattU. that it i is. not salable.: IrV.. J, Lorigjind MM S. IL white; man occupies and that occupiedby not Dry and Scab, but heals without leaving ugly tin

la hi* evening! sermon the pastor The heaviest looses probably have Whaley tied for the prize, a beautiful the black. .rEVERY iJOTTLK GL'\H.\ TKKll.- JAi
"I have never been in favor of the
brought out some valuable lessoustaken been ia oranges. A conservative bouquet of bride's roses, and in drawing kind of suffrage which is conferred upon : bcigisu. 'S' SA ,;.d N 4+Udn

from the life of Jonah showing estimate of the average loss will for same the former won.; people in this country, either whiteor 5- 5

that there is no place or grounds for amount to at least one third of the Vocal i01"01 by )lrs. M. C. Lnoney, black. I would give the ballot to
persons who have character and Intel. Tor ale It Urn More
) \lIli.tIlul'ul, !;
shirking the Christian's category. receipts. Some shipments of airs, R G. Blake and Miss Lena Bullock -
gross ligence enough to make good citizens! ,
The and noble almost wt're't'r much enjoyed.Mrs but it is too late The .
choir is doing grand; fruit are ; entirely worthless now for that. - -- -- -- --

work in lpading ; in the church's while others can be repacked with a Mover is a'tlry charming question is, what are we to do now and
I[ say I don't know. I would like tc
music, and Sund )'11 special music possible chance of getting something In-less and her guests spent the time have the colored people scattered over HUBBARD & MACDUFFHARDWARE

was indeed an inspiration. out for the shipper. ...
8rf'eilill'trt'M was laid on Bishop A. One heavy dealer in Florida fruits, $lO ;!te'r; : $laJ control let them of learn towns self-government or small cities, with and

Coke Smith; in the announcement when talking to the Packer man, said
The readers! of this paper will be the example of our methods all around

He j is to preach :at the Methodist that: a few days ago be received a shipment pleased to learn that there is at least:: them."

church nest Friday night, and a Indian river oranges which one dreaded disease that: science has i
able in all its and IDOLS FOR THE HEATHENS.
been to
cure stages
great treat is in store for Ocala on he was forced to sell at 70 cents box.
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cuie I
that occasion. The buyer of the lot reported later is the only positive cure known to the Missionaries Say America Ships Themto DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, A'iKICfUT t KK; \I.. L I

IU1T1ST.Kev. that he got an average of IS sound medical fraternity. Catarrh being a Buddhist Countries,
PhilaJlephia.! : Feb. 17.-Missionaries.
Iu B. Warren preached two of oraugesout of each box. Grapefruit constitutional disease, requires a constitutional and minister in this city are it is BARBED IRE, CUT AND MENTS, LEERS PLOW

his best sermons Sunday.He} preached has been arriving in somewhat better treatment. Hall's Catarrh said, annoyed over the announced con

in the morning: on "Baptism: ," condition although there are many Cure is taken internally, acting tract entered into by a Philadelphia WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JB. QMOVICULTIVATORfe
directly upon the blood and mucous firm to ship Buddhist idols to Korea.
while holding that immersion i is the complaints that the stock is poor
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying They denounced the plans as an outrage OILS, VARNISHES ATLANTIC ALL KlKu
Libical mode of baptism he took a and wast) the foundation of the disease against religion and decency.
Mrs W. II. II.
liberal 1 and tolerant of and giving the patient strength i iII Corliss a returned
very view the ,
Ocala School Notes. LEAD
High missionary from China said she was WHITE OF GARDIX Tv IOU,
doctrine and did not believe that all We gladly welcome to our ranks y building up the constitution and appalled at the idea that people ID a
assisting nature in doing its work.
persons! who are iramersnl will go to Christian country could consent 'C ALL KINDS OF COOKING SiuVESilEATlKU
Troy Hall of 2 the 9th grade/ audMisea The proprietors have so much faith manufacture idols for .
poor, unenlightened
Heaven, nor all that are not; will be : : Fraukie Cole and JohnnyQaltis. in its curative lowers, that they offer heathens to worship.Rev. .

condemned but thought scriptural One Hundred Dollars for any case'' Frederick Pool also a returned GLASS AND PUTTY, OKAN1TK.

mode snould he followed whenever that it fails to cure. Send: for list of missionary said the affair showed \ If
The Hoi Spermologoi S eiety rendered -
\\t possible to do !so. Inthe: evening his and testimonials. Address, the spirit of commercialism of the fig IRON' PIPES AND FIT4.ND TINWARE Cl"T
an interesting and tended to put above religious -
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. money
8ubjt was "Antipathy, Apathy and
program yesterday afternoon. Amongthe Sold by Druggists. iC.Hall' : decency. TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRuN ASI *TKEt
Sympathy," which *was one of the Bishop Cyrus D. Foams, of the Methodist -
features Pills the best
more striking were a ::! Family are
_. Episcopal church. said he did not
beet he his ---- -
sermons preached duringhis declamation by Wilbur: Counts, a Dance Monday Night think it as bad as the British sending N THE LINE flF BUILDBOLTS, ROPK.V PI lJ EYEING

stay in Ocala and;:way listened to John IVlot opium to India
select re: din; by an or the United
On Monday night. February 23d;
eagerly by a large cOIl;rettiou. It essay by Charlie JetlimN, a declima- States sending beer and whiskey tc MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME t niL :'ItTu\' .,
there will be dance the the
a Philippines
Is estimated armory, or other colonial pos.Sessions.
that there
must: have tiou by Sam: Teague, a select readingby .
Inch w ill be given under the auspices ..-- J r
been live hundred eople present.An .
AddieCapplemaa and an essay by
of the Nine O'clock German
attractive feature of the even NEGRO STABBED WHITE MAN.
club. This will be the last social
ing's service was a solo by Mrs.
The subject, "Which contributesmore function before the beginning of Mitch House May Die From Wounds.

Coburn, of Indiana, who is spending to the success of a nation: at Assailant Arrest;d.Hawkins'iIIe. .

the winter in Oeala.UIRIVTIAX.: Lent and it is being looked forward Ga., Feb. 17.-Sunday Ocala Fli.Sidi'1i111titJ
war, wealth or knowledge} ubbard I Macduff .
to with great deal of pleasure by the afternoon Mitch House. a white mara ,

The 1\tllrru"ti\'e was maintained by young people. \\ severely stabbed by a negro named
Services were held at the Christian Archie Young. -
Shaw and James while
Harry Taylor, ----- ---
church for the firstj.time: in several the negative was supported by Her 3eneflt :of Mart)nlCounty Hospital.We About a week ago House ha; s< % 'f.

monrhs. H:?\. D. l:. I buna, of Lex- I U rt Counts and Patisy outer. are requested to announce that al chickens stolen from him a",: h ''''HnH'H' Hr H"'11'' "''H ? 'lttlfilhtlLflfitftttlm, ,
went over to see Young last gat'lr.ta} -
iugtou, Ry.. j-rriifli both l iu the Strauss& Co. will give In per cent of -
: The decision of the judges wa! in night in order to find out. if ;p zzi'.ui: *

luoruiusj 1111<1 eH"lwg and his congregation !gross receipt of all sate next Saturday who stole the chickens. When Hoc
favor of the negative.Rev. .
Feb. 21 the Marion left to go home Young shot at him nyc I WEEKLY I!
were' mu'h dt'lidltt'\1 with J. P. Hilw..rnfifj: : a most welcome to County times. 1

him that lie wv "extended a call, guest to the !'choolou Wednts Hospital.Jim Yesterday House caught he negrcon

high be will in HI! probably accept. diy and Friday mornings and delivered Tillrnau makes: the plea that his way to town. In the difficult! }

Mr. Hniiiii ii a young man of Editor Gonzales said he would make that followed House was fatal! stab I
short address Wednesday '
a splendid on bed. The knife was driven in his i BANNER'S !

pleading HiMr>v. and his sermons morning at the opening exer- him "show the white feather agiin." back just where the ribs Join the back. I

Sunday slm\\cd that he jnissessesuuiisUdt : cies. And what other sortof: a feather does bone and completely paralyzed him.
The negro was promptly arrested -
l eli rjiieace and power. Jim Tillman think he displayed?
DeVoe the Weather. : and
and I lodged in jail.
IflusV nul t a.-.vpt the call here '
The month will not be unusuallysevere Atlanta outgrew the Piedmont hotel \ i
Ihi-'paperhop.'slie will be successfulin SHEEP DYING 'FROM COLD. CLUBBING: !
over the southern states except within a month after it was opened.
; up a scion; ceujiregation.OIUCE .
along the Atlantic coa"t. 1st to 3rd, Plans have been made to enlarge it. Loss to Owners on Wyoming Grazing r -m

EI-IM.OPAL. cold wave.: 4th to 6th, raising temperature It is just impo-iible to build anythingbig Lands Will Be Heavy. -
The uUtlerviees! l were held at Rawlins, Wyo., Feb. 17.-The loss ol -.
!a storm forming over the enough for Atlanta.Atlanta sheep on the Red Desert where 5'W' \
Grace Episcopal l; church Sunday: and LIST. -m
Gulf of Mexico, cloudy, followed by Journal.Mr. 000 graze will be heavy as a result ol
the parishiouersart;! more and more the intense cold. The weather is a a 2
rain the states and
over east gulf
Herbert Bowen inks a* the -
pleased with the rector Rev. Henry moderating but the continuation ol -
snow over Texas.: 7th to 10th, cold world's lIe outclassed the storm for six mp -
W. Little.ST. greatest diplomat. on seven days has r -

wave, llth to 13th, a storm will form : the allied powers of Italy weakened the sheep until deaths! art

PHILUPS ('.\THOU<:. over the Mississippi valley, causing Germany and England. Venezuela of hourly occurrence. We have made special arrangement? \\ he a.by *t *
At the Catholio,..church, Father The weather is the coldest which has
llottaUsrio, besides] preaching his cloudy weather, followed by rain. did well in selecting him to manageher been experienced for many years. At Ican offer the following rates to all p tlllS-ad.: !

14th to 16th, local showers. 17th to case. :Medicine Bow, in the center of the vast adevance subscribers : I
regular sermonscontiuued to give
ISth, mild and pleasant. 19th to 2d, sheep-grazing countn'the temperature
Instruction upon the Holy Sacrificeof Jim Tillman says he was merely registered from 28 to 32 degree IE: THE OCALA BANKER and Jacksonville S t ::a i i. |

the Mass audiwill continue through a storm over Texas will move northward removing his pistols from his room at below zero for four nights. In the :E:] Weekly Times-Union. 50 a year.

and cause: snow west of the encampment country it has fallen! tc
the week to instruction on the the capitol on the day that he killed 40 degrees below, and all mining operations E THE OCALA BANNER and The Comnoiur. BrEi |
Mississippi:::: river and rain :over the
Vespers.: Instructions, and Stations Editor Gonzales. The wonder is be have ceased. The fall 01 i : : -in'* paper 8i.7S a year.

55 Of the Cross at 5 .o'clock.every eveu- gulf states. 23d to 25th, cold wave. didn't send'a dray over for them.- snow in the mountains averages from g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta ; 1
; 26th to 2Stb, a storm will form over 2u to 60 feet. In spite of the storm Jxmi.\\\ekly
Jpg. Atlanta Journal. the Union Pacific, by extraordinary. 5Journal, 81.75 a \ar. 5H :h.
the Gulf of Mexico: and move over t .------ :: ,
The day w as an ideal one and theservices NOTICE. forts, has kept its line clear, althoughall '
the gulf states to the Atlantic coast, I THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-\\\ N\.* 5 I/
passenger trains are running be
at all of the churches were
causing snow, rain and a severe bliz- In the nited States Circuit Court Southern hind time. sYork World. S l.ta year.Ji ::
largely attended.We District of Florida,in Chancery.
zard over the New England- states. I O- H. P.BealL Complainant. vs Perrv IL-Nu I THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly Con- %
et al,defend nts.-Bill to Foreclose New Telephone Lift!.
had very pleasant call Monday The month will close with a very cold gent AFE RISG TO THE COURT THAT Columbus. Ga., Feb. 17.Charles E. :I -:-::: stitution, 81.-, lJ a .Year I

from Mr. C. I. Graceof Montague wale over the eastern Jhalf of the r the. Emily defendants O Hart in, Charles said cause.A. Nash spencer George:MSash. : Adams, of Charles. Ga.. who owns a I g THE OCALA BANNER and Lippin 1tt'? \!agaI ''.

!>. XaH. Frank M Nash Mellon:: D Nasn telephone system in Stewart county,
United S
Mr. F. U. Pathley, of.lXew York rates. FranciNash, Katherine !.:ash Mary F.Ca-d, := zine, S- .7 5 a year. -2
is thinking extending it to Colum _
t :: W. Frink N, Wtocou, heirsat I
Margaret Muzzey
Mr.I M. J. Koeces, Oil City, Pa., and A Valentine Party. law of henry b. Nash. Henry H. Heath and bus. He has practically decked! tc -a- -a

Mr. I). W. New York. Last Robert A. Stewart sa Executors of Henry SXash. build from Cottonton Ala., to Columbus I Cash Must
McLauryof; Friday afternoon Miss Jean J. T. Elliott \\ E. Dicken and Richard .Accompany all Ordcr
Croisdale. are not residents of. or found within via Oswichee and Fort Mitchell.: -
litter gentlemen are new comers, Teague entertained a large number of 1- -
the southern: District of Florida and that it IS line would also
The be in connectionwith
and with Mr. Grace, recently purchased her little friends with a valentine subpoena not practicable or order to of serve this court on said toappear defendants plead.a Hurtsboro. The new system 1I I | Address d : THE OCALA BANNER, fote Bute. :\

the saw mill and timber law is party. This was one of the pleasant- answer It is ordered or demur that in the said said cause defendants.: SpencerM. would give Columbus telephone communication ::: .--.- --___. - ,
of the Central Lumber the ';lI.st. Emily 0 Ilart. Charles A. Sash, with these points and with CUTOUT THIS COUPON. FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BANKER
Company est parties ever given bv the little .
George S, Na>h. Frank i! Mash Mellon D. in E
the principal points Stewart
mill of which is located at Moutaeue.These folks in Ocala. Miss Teague is a Card.Nash,Margaret Francis 'W;a.sb.Moizey.Katherine Frank Nash N. Wescott.Mary F. ty. coun I l' tw ; ; .,-i* .,,4************ .* -. .. r a
heirs at law of Henry S Nash. Henry Q. Heath : .. Pl"Bl".tSH OC.&L.4 BAXS-KU
gentlemen !Ut''fry much charming young hostess and her and Robert. Stewart as executors ot henry S" : 4 :::
pleased w ith Florida and A Sash J.T. Elliott W. E Dicten and Rich Large Winery Burned. I -_- .if' auuva.-.u t find . ...... .. Dollars ud .. utI _-m
are going to guests were atlorded a"ery, very de .
ard Croisoale. appear plead answer or Birmingham Ala., Feb. 17F. M. i :: .
gnome large helpers In iu develop happy afternoon. mur to the said bill in the above entitled cause rr fonrl ch seed me The Weekly Bamner mad the .. .... rm
oc file in the office of the clerk:of said court at Erickson & Sons' winery and fruit _
ment. --- -- -- Jacksonville in said district.Ot packing house at Fruithurst In Cle- ,I ::: ........ ..................... OIUyearuPftJ'O'lf'\.II :::
- ---- Mrs. tt. S. Anderson and baby have or Mere. the 3rd day of Apnl,A. D lynj, S w -I
The scratch of a pin may cause the and that this order be published once a week burne county, on the Southern rail : *" in the Banner .. .. .... ....... .... .. ....... ,. ,. -a.
arrived in Ocala from Augusta, Ga., for six consecutive weeks in the Banner a newspaper way was completely destroyed by fire -t- '-' -_
loss of a limb or even death when published in the city of Ocala Florida, Saturday night About S.OoO gallonsof I :: .y. Name .. .
to join Mr. Anderson, who now has and that in case said defendants shall not appear .::
blood poisoning results from the injury plead, answer or demur within the time wine and 5.000 packages of grapes -r 54" --m \. ...
charge of the Ocala Foundry and limited this court will entertain jurisdiction and were consumed In the flames. The ..,. P.O.. : ,.
All danger of this be avoided proceed to the hearing and adjudication of said
may :: '4
Machine Works. They will cause and suit in the same manner as if said loss amounts to about $7,000 and the i
howl'wrb'lrOmptIy applying Cham occupythe defendants had been served with process within insurance was only ;I(\\O. The originof :-::: t. State .. .. .. a
cottage on Lime street recently the:Southern District of Florida. a
berlain's 1'aiu Balm. It is an anti. Done ana ordered this 17 day of February. the fire is supposed to have been 1 :: -p Date ....' a
vacated by Mr. E. M. Howard. A.. O.. 1903. incendiary. The Erickson establishment : r s I- .; e ::
septic and quick healing liniment for JAMES W. LOCKE. '! :: + 44 ieaEs5! }...+ -
Judge.A was one of tie largest of the La} esa }} f }'t }.. rlief : ,i7ilil
cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by The Virginia editors are visiting true copy.

all druggists and medicine dealers. Florida. Attest-E. O. LOCKE Clerk., 2-z.>-6t I kind In Alabama I '1 j llllIIIIIIIiUIIiIINUIIIIUIIIIIIilllll' ' '! '. 1111111iilluiul" '' "uufutC" .'


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Gaiterville. l I I I I
Doctor This week opened with much wind : Good Health

and we are undergoing the experienceof committee of Presbyterian cler. !
-( jrymen representing the synod and ap. I
a severe sand storm. I
pointed! to determine the site for a'' and pure blood are inseparable. If l
The farmers are preparing to plant Rocky Mountain college, has decidedin your blood is bad your health must suf

. their crops of corn, melons and other favor of Denver which had offereda fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose
I complete college building ready for vitality just as a poor fire tinder the
Goldstein field produce.Tue boiler allows the steam to run down.
turpentine operators of this section use.The circulated From poor blood to impure blood is bata
reports respectingthe step, and impure blood is mother to a
.YC are doing a great deal of boxing.' loss of stack in Idaho as a result large percentage of human ills. Dr. f
Cleveland of the recent cold weather have been Harter's Iron Tonic is an antidote for f
Mr. J. Smith and wife ,
greatly: exaggerated. Idaho sheepmenhave both poor and impure blood, for it is
Ohio, were through our little burg Mat lost a little stock-in fact, no both a builder and purifier- a food
and medicine. It is the best combination
than usual-during the
week. Mr. Smith Nays he left his more winter
of the kind known to medical
home in Cluster Cross Roids, Cleveland science, and its success for nearly halfa
Halifax, N. S., dispatch says that century has led to its endorsement by t
Ohio, on December end, and the Allan liner Liveniana. from Glas I thousands of medical men who have

The Eminent came through the country with his gow and Liverpool for this port is I! been unable to find a substitute. iHarter's

which only a one horse now six days overdue and in shipping
team: was I
circles it is thought that she has brok.en .
outfit and w nt as far south as was : down. The captain of the oil Ii Dr.

possible or at least as far south a- lie \ tank steamer Delaware which arrivedon i

cared to go and was then on his way Monday, reported he had passed,

i EYE SPECIALIST htck home. He slid the cause of his on this Saturday port a steamer 260 miles thought southwest to be the of I Iron Tonic

traveling: through the country was overdue Liveniana. The steamer was
making slow at the time but
progress r
because he had heard ,so much talk of -
displayed no signals.
the beautiful there was to be will Insure you against the many evils resulting
scenery Prominent Liberals of Colon have from impure blood. Scrofula pimples blotches: l
kidney disorders rheumatism, tout dYiJt'PiIa.female .
seen in Florida! and a* he was getting signed a proclamation which announces weakness, ansemia, chlorosis etc., arc a 3
that owing to the national few of them; but the greatest evil, the greatest
well along in years and loved to view \ danger the general weakening of the wbole
Of Louisvhle government not having officially restored system which aflords &u opening, for eranpassing
Ky. the land of flowers he !started' out not public order and individual disease.

havinur any certain point in view only guarantees as agreed in the peace Th following is only one of the thousands: of
treaties of Nov. 21, last the Liberalswill : testimonials we Late received:
the land of flowers.Un .
refrain from taking part in the Detroit. Mich. Jan. 10. 190,.
Has His Office at *le Joe, viVted Dunnellou last : next election campaign. I when"I commenced prostrate from using a Dr.severe Harurs attack of Iron rheuma Tonic
tism. After using three bottles all of
week and find'!? that it is prowing in A.mo..t John Dwight Morton, president of this disease were completely eradicated traces from IE j
The Carpenter-Morton and system, and my general: health was restored.As .
wonderful way; an ice factory company a blood purifier Dr. Hatter's Iron Tonic
prominent in the paint and oil trade, has no equal and I most sincerely recommend
and cold fllorll gi nnd they are talking it to all persons suffering! from indigestion.
is dead at his home in Boston, aged
fatigue, rheumatism, and the many weakened
of Marling a newspaper which I guess 73 years. He was one of the founders conditions of the system produced b" imix>ter-
THE HOUSE. f"* of the National Paint Oil and Var. fished blood." iUrgante F. VeazrU.No. .
OC0L0 will soon l hR on hand. : 640 Second Are.
:; nish association, and was its presidentn
: Miss Cora Ross has returned home : 1S94. I (IS,000gnsrsateethstabove teatimonicliipasiae.. )

after the close of her school at The Xi Psi Phi fraternity which 1"l !. Every bottle of Dr. liar-
I t<>r'-> Iron Tonic hs our
I Anthony.Mr. numbers 1800 graduates and studentsof III "Crescent"trade-mark
dental .' the label. Don't accept A
colleges has held its annual s
Robinson, of Levy county, was 1 substitute-insist on Dr. liamr's.
1 Where He Can Be Consulted, meeting in Chicago. The following Made tnlt ty
in Gaiterville last' .
seen nnday.Mr. officers of the supreme chapter were THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY

and Mrs. A. "'. Brays;; made a elected: President. Dr. George Brown. DAYTON, OHIO

\ and Will Remain In Ocala for business trip to Ocala a few days past. Glenn Falls. X. Y.; secretary and trfa Makers other also wcU of DC.known Hatte Dr.,',Wild auto CKenv Moieu.Bitt.it.ftAd ..
user Dr G. C. Makey, Chicago The I JOE SAT.B EVHLTWBE&Z.
!Mr. ('. M. Turner, of Ocala, is expected next annual meeting will beheld at 1 1I

in Gal terville soon St 1 ollis
Few Days Only. .
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Griner Farm. I

The people of Griner.Farm "met at : rwwwvwIw
the school house on the eighth and
organized a Sunday! school again and : }

we hope to make a success! and do

much good. )[rY.. P. Chalker is
is In ease: to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the
our superintendent.Rev. .
person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
W. Ogle preiched a delightful -

sermon last Sunday. We have county before investing his money therein.

preaching three Sundays in each ; DO NOT WAIT until you and yourmom-y are

mon tho '\ parted before obtaining your abstract of title (rutH us,

s \Ve are getting ready to plant our -"No use of locking the stable after the hor:' i.gone. is
Tin: ivr.: is TINvinjnv or TIII: .son.-HKWAICI:
1 crops. ." "We will also be pleased to look after your
now vor I'M 11'XU now YOUnl'.I': IT Strawberries are getting ripe. There
rencye"I taxes for you.
.. were several quarts picked this week; I I
rather delicile should he exercised in theM WRITE US. -
The -
eye being a organ, great care there will be a great deal of melons
>.tatl.>Hi <>t proper spectacle. *. Many people( believe that pectaclt & should. be.Meortcd
to only when the right I becomes so defective: as not to be able, to do and cantaloupes planted in this section -
Tlnis mistake which must, he 'om.attt'd'hene'l'r! Hbout them. a great ( but we don't forget to plant corn, () County Company
tbvrv i i.* uuiaintjikcublr trvidcuceof the need of their aid they should t b e u ed.
A iifglwt of this rule t some.times produces mischief, which results in serious pi mien, cotton,! sugar cane and

thllM v.'rs i if this course i is persisted in.IIE.11)1111 potatoes. We all make something to ocALA, FLORIDA.Jeiiisa1eii .

: : riscm EYE STn.UX. eat at home.

:Mr. J. F. Lui ',nan and brother havea
Iltghr.t authorities way that "eyestrain" causes more headache, nervousDCHI --
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and stomach trouble then all other causes combined..! From this fact it fine lettuce patch from which they

fellow that thousands of people are suturing from headache and nervousnessho : expect to ship several crates. :
,6- w d<. not realize that the cause is a defect or weakness iu the eye. They
\" may have taken medicine without !getting any relief, or they may have suffered Our school will close! the first week THE GREAT
thinking there is no remely. All these cases can be perfectly cured
iu March. We expect to improve our
with glasses that will correct the error in the eyes.N'iin .
nut of tt-u not fitted by an experienced expert are not wearing gUuscssuiul school house! and grounds before the Artichokes] }
.>b. to their 'fI4, and it is a fact that there are a vast number of people next tern HOG FATTENERWill
who hUM never enjoyed perlect vision and who are not yet aware of it. Ofal1 BILL JUMPEK.
our faculties sit art is certainly the noblest and of the greatest importance.
It Should I* first in our ('\ir" mid consideration, seeking! to obtain security Spring PU4.
from failing vi don, preventing! the tortue from headache, nervousness, irriia-
lion and blindness by securing the proper assistance of lenses made and The Fortnightly club held its regular produce 500 to 700 bushels to the acre on common

*dju.t-d by Hoieutitic skill.JLtSSKS. meeting Thursday night at P. J. pine land, without fertilizer, and will fatten ten or twelve

I ( : .\NI) In \1:1'11.The Reeves'!, the program was;:interesting ; hogs per acre; $4.00 per barrel.

and was the following: r
value of perfect fitted glasses in reference to health cannot be overtfttHiated. R
Their ellVct upon) the nervous system is direct through this". Charles Buck, the Latest !born Chicken The Ocala Seed Store {

iMr >Hly ux'ti the| entire or :anUm. The nerves constitute the tJ10>!wonderful on the harmonica; Mr. J. W.
i I.4*.IfNI'h\t.' .y.'fin iimugiuthltf! wits direct wires from the seat of ijovernmeutth iitxt1'j : ( ':11'11, MMIIMJXT.QUUHUL .
; ( rtiti' to the remote parts: of the anatomy. The stomach i is the galvanic Pratt, Maria, the Daughter a. Farmer =

i bati+ry. Through: itsfunetimisof digestion generates the et'l'tricity'oi1.1! Maria listened ; :Mrs. Reeves: when -- -
J with vital eueriry enable them to perform
thpMdutirti Irlr: trinity\ isal-o uenented: 1 blithe lungs und the atom of our Papa is Sick\ ; Mrs. Strunk, Dear Hallie NV .qV JvAJ0

bnli,>.. The'' flectricial force is manufactured and storeil in the brain so that Ann; :Mr. Pratt, Silver breads 1
1 to tm** the machinery of the stomaf-h becomes di-ordcrs-l 1 and fails; to perform
Its work, the rever-'fuiy tie dr MI OUU I
.. The ....IIIIW'li"lI>>I with the reservoir are so arri'iijed that: an equitable distri-: the members.The L \! [ \
1 1 lMtHHi of forc may |lit' allVi-tcd! i by its various natrons. If l 6 y reason of natu- ,
ral development, as i is I'JiII'4elll.y intprn Prly fitted !la..,e<, one of its patrons following members of the club

dud it i iiH'4-i-ary tll haw: more than: itssUare! of the daily supply manufacture picnic at Indian Lake: Friday; Mr.J. .
!, lite excels must <'\lmp from the reserve. This i is l illustrated by the [Branch of Commercial Dank, Jacksonville]
W. l'rdtlr.: P. J. Reeves and
]ly|o..rope| whose eye is too "-hort, and in the Astigmatic eye, which eye is I
unable to focus rays perfectly on its retina. I wife and mother, also Mr. Reeves junior 5 CAPITAL: 8 OOOO
It H not unreasonable to as.:>rt that a very Ire pr cent of the nervous ,,
/w.' di..w_i may lu I absolutely cured without th aid of medieiiips, other than a i and wife, lr John Van Dervan, .

I'rllllt'rl U.tt'lllsir. of spectncles.: As muscular functions, and life it-e1f, arefir'ndrtrt Mr. and ;Mrs. Duck and son, :Mr. and e
V the mind the Accounts of Firm, Corporations and Individuals S ohcitrd.Prompt I.
ui*>n a large amount of nerve force, so does mostiicHte
d.- of all I attributes to the body, require perfect connections!and adulte1IIII'IIy :Mrs. E. W. Gillis Mr. Alex Peterson Attention to all Buiine Entrusted to our ( "!* .

| and I is the first to note and be distressed at a shortaze. More insan- and Mrs. A. Y. Strunk. Exchange Bought! and Sold.
ltv .o'nifrt from this than all other cius s combined. Digestion of food, by .
"'I1I.h not only electricity) and blood are manufactured, depends; upon thee The club has decided to meet
.HriHal eorrent.ent by the braii ihroush!!: the pnenmo-fiastric nerve to the weekly and will) meet next Thursdayat S INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPt )Sl'l:>
i.tfftl'W'h. If this be already: coiHumwl by the IH'r'ctriu., the result' is a
Mr. Jon Van Dervan's
'Iullv row and 1 our headache: nervous and stonrieh troubles already, realize house.
t the nnM| > of the rumpus. You know what you are taking.

When take Grove's Tasteless ---
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4 IYISSTKH.\II: >. you --- -- --- -
Chill Tonic because the formula is PRICE BUT
The hea,litches are usually frontal and !sometime occipital), and are made plainly printed OQ every bottle showing ,
I woc > Icy rradiugwritinordoiu elusework. The .symptoasof stniinIIIR -
that it is simply Iron and Quinine The
are dimness of vision, heaviness or tired feeling of the eye-lids or eyetrow -
*; frownim or weary eyes Hiuintini;, double vision, inability to sew or in a tasteless form. No Cure. No 3 Pay :Makes IDEAL: FERTILIZERS I I I: Cheapest
rea I at evening or uhen the light is dim. Some l patients can see better at
lung dUtHiict'si and yet llave everc eye strain. And Still Another Sale.Ocala .
l>r. R real estate continues to change
steel framM at prices which cannot foil to satisfy the most economical, and Of any fertilizers sold in the state. They are made for

visits patients at their residences without charging extra when notified by hand. Florida crops. Prices and Circulars on request.

curd or otherwise. Mr. Herbert C. Jones has just
I)., not think that because the doctor is here that his prices must he necessarily purchased
high; but give him a visit and learn the true condition of your eye- the three cottages and vacantlot I

.ightalso l that you can secure glasses just as cheap as from any reliable opposite the residence of :\lr.o'.
dealer, and it ,iut'illilt fellow that you must place an order with him unless : -WE INVITE CORRESPONDENCE-
the examination merits confidence and his prices are satisfactory. E. Harris and will make extensiveimprovt.'menl3
GUHMC;) have wonderful cosmetic effects. Nothing will remove premature -
out| same.
.AI rou\ htes and wrinkles from the face sooner than: glasses properly fitted.
f' A Dr. Goldstein, knowing how i ignorant the average person is of the laws of Notice. e

nature, anti the i permanent injuries resulting therefrom, and the oftimes good The annual l meeting of the stockholders WILSON & TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPANYJlmaufa'turerli
rwiulu growing out of reminding persona of what they really know, desires
of The Standard Kaolin Company -
to I Uuetlt them. of Ideal Fertilizers and Special ('rol r riiiuln*
OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. in. to 4 p. m. at Ocala House. Room 77. of Florida will be held] at the

.. Bank! Building, Lessburg, Fla., on JACKSO.VVILLi:. FLORIDA.
i.lrgc Mock Artificial 1 ) ('! -\dju..te.1 With Correctne
Wednesday 11th March, 1903at, I:.:15 II OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.



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:I[ souTHERi KING ED\V\- ----------1 ARD VilOPENSJMUANENT In regard to the Irlta: Measure, the I! <
til : : RAILWAY king said: I I r .
"It will! I trust, cccIut8;) the series' ." .:, r1 r, m
: of measures which !have already done 1 t r : : [ '1 Jl }

DAS 1DE: : WRECKS \ much to substitute iin: ;b ownership' I .. L 'bL d IIH

and pare blood are inseparable. If for the costly and unatsfay! cozuiitiocs w 1 y .J

your blood is bad, your health must suf. I --- still attaching to the '*jnure of The liniment bottle and fiannd strip are -
fer. Poor blood allows the to lose Passengers Badly Shaken Upi
i Royal Procession From Buck- agricultural land over a large portion. familiar objects in nearly evenhousehold..

t: vitality boiler allows just as the a steam poor fire to ruu under down.the i lut :No Fatalities. I Ij of [Ireland." They are the weapons that have hL'ln1'1\ for '

t. From poor blood to impure blood is buta j I gliani: Palace. He laid special euiphaeis on the generations to fight old Rllt umltilII. and are -sr ,

step, and impure blood is mother to a j ONE ENGINEER 13 INJURED. } words "signed and ratified" in tlio paragraph about as effective in the battle with this ;giant: 1 -__

large percentage of human ills. Dr. of his speech referring to the disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers r
Harter's Iron Tonic is an antidote for '[ Trains and Freights Haxe Alaskan boundary showing evident would be in modern warfare. ,
both and blood, for it is ; -- -
poor impure 'I satisfaction at t'ae fact that he was Rheumatism is caused by an acid war

both a builder and purifier a food ,! Mix-Up, One Accident Occurring a* His Majesty 1 Is Pleased that the Negotiations able to make ruti an anLOUnC llleJlt. I condition of the blood. It is filled with ;acrid, irritat ,,' tr.t'; Y s' "'" sin
and medicine. It is the best combi- .
a Pe>tcn, Near Atlanta, and Two the joints muscles and nerves and: hiiinu-nt- .- i ": .' : : '
nation of the kind known to medical : ; For the Adjustment of the .
science and its success for nearly halfa Others: Near Rolf THE EASTERN QUESTION. else applied externally; can dislodge tin M: gti ty.or : i I h ,
century has led to its endorsement by Venezuelan Dispute Have Been Satisfactorily were deposited there by the blood and<<1 can be rtacin: ?a I. v tl.t- :. ,

thousands of medical men who have Atlanta! : Ga., Feb. 17.-In a head-on Arranged. Arrest of Macedonian Conspirators In Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve t- *,inl\' r I. ,.

'I been unable to find a substitute.Drithrtes. collision! between Southern railway Bi'ljivia.New : pains, but these are only symptoms which are I .\ I Y. I:' : ", 't' .

passcnsvr train No. 98 from Birmingham London, Fe'). IS.-King Edward, acconii.anied York Feb. IS.-The unknown change of the weather ; the real disease lies duj ti j .. 1 K.; i ..I, I

and a westbound freight near : by Queen Alexandra aud factor in the eastern qu i:-m is the i are infected. Rheumatism cannot l he radically aiil! j I"< ,j" .f' II' .

i'. \ron, tl:!is morning. Engineer: Isaac surrounaej by the court and all the of.tkl'l's czar's will says the Luru'-m correspondent I until the blood has been purified, and I no remedy d i.'t t',: ". '.. I
I and S. S. S. It neiilr.il:.-t.s the! an i : -. a-, :' "
this ,- promptly as
:X ih: ::. of tae passenger train of of state, opened ]parliament this of The Tribune. Th arrestof ,
city, tsar severely bruised and several afternoon. Macedonia conspirai"s! : in Bulgaria I. of rich, strong I hloHi to the ."'i; \"I\ I I ,\l l: 1

passengers: of the incoming trainLa vaults of is attributed to prv ;.sure from dissoh'csaI,1.! !! : ndt.
Early in the morning the ,: ". sun"ererobt.iinsuppyrvi! f f f' !*iti.! : p.lln, 4
Iron Tonic Ij shaken up. the Russian (court but there is no "
The outgoing freight had received the houses were scarched as usual for cisive proof that the movement for the i 8J S. S. S. contains no pot I"'. 0"-1 :: T tai l butami +:
; f imaginary conspirators by the yeomenof i is a perfect: \tActable: !hl'-! ]l'\1iHl\r\; iTiili
orJci.i to take the siding for No. 98 emancipation of the Balkan peninsula I
) the guard, carrying ancient lanternsand from exhilarating tonic. Our phj.sui.-ns! Swill advise. v'.i.t: :li.r.-i' .all! tai! .
j :at I\.yton, but after entering the which received a great stimulus "
t t wDl insure ron ncalnst the many: evils resulting I I useless hallrir s. The movementof last I Write about their Ce. and we will s l"l i free our apt!> 'i ia: i,. ,:. "III I Kl"i ,.;.itisaj ;
from impure blood.! Scrofula, pimples blotches, SWIUM the brakes failed to work and the festivities at Shipka as I the troops taking up positions along and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CU., Atla.U, Ii& '
kidney disorders rheumatism gout dsi>ci>&ia the freight rolled on the main track year, has been condemned in St. Pe 1
female weakness, anemia, chlorosis. etc.. are a the of procession followed, so
: few of them; but the greatest evil, the greatest I in front of the passenger train which tersburg. The inripality of Bulgaria I _.
the crowds that had been attracted by ___..._ __---
.r dancer IS the central weakening of the whole
with the
I collided it head-on. which was created by congress
aysum which affords an opening:: fur every the fine weather and the desire to wit '
passing di.ease.I of Berlin, remains nominally a QE 5iSS52SSS5i5'c QQ2222RRRR Sc
the royal pageant did not lack
The following Is cnly one of the thousands of SOUTHERN HAS TWO WRECKS. tributary state of the Turkish empire
f I testimonials we hate received: entertainment during tho long wait. under European protection. and the | FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WOnKS J
of six
The consisting
Detroit. Mich.. Jan. 10.1901. Crash Near Rome, Ga., but Passengers: royal procession, ministers; at Sofia are compelled to retrain
I "I commenced: using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic state carriages escorted by life guards: K Mannf.i'-iurers: : tf NraU. Itiiltlicr Mirini. Mruril*. ;
when prostrate from a severe attack Of rheuma Escape Injury. 'I' the activities of the intriguers tutuI I
at C{ graph said inn-It
started from Buckingham palace Stumps Nnpplii-r .1hyi11r i. i-it-r i
tism. After using! three bottles all traces of Rome Ga., Feb. 17.-A head-end: collision while the Russian and Austrian propo.
this disease were completely eradicated from myystem 1:30 o'clock. Their majesties were I QJ lipfi'ril( HttHiitiuii lo lust I ord..r"lwlI }Jjg
and my general health was restored. between Southern railway passenger sals for refrom are under consideration -
I which wu I Idra.wn \\ in the city give us cnll. JQ
seated in the last carriage
At a blood purifier Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic and freight trains occurred at by the powers. A premature outbreak
I! bas DO equal and I most sincerely recommend the eight Hanovarlan horses, I
It to all persons suffering from Indigestion, 11 o'clock Saturday night at Atlanta by of hostilities created prejudice :221 JlIl111"....... Jtu.k. >nf ilir. 1'isi. g
I atijrne.. rheumatism and the many weakened I Junction, about 2 mile from Romo. which hare figured In all the recent I against the movement when the sultan -
I conditions of the system produced by impoverished royal seremoniea. The king and 2.5252525252<25ac2S525E 25Z25a5Z55i'SZZSS2S5 Z5iStfiittiiiSODyspeptics
blood." Mar:arite F. Yeazell. On account of a wreck or washout has not been allowed an opportunity
I No. &W Second Ave. I between Altoona and Anniston the queen reached Victoria tower through for complying with the reasonable >

I! tuoDOgwaateet>sataboretestimonirlu cel1U 1e.> I passenger train on the Georgia Pacific the Mall, the horse guards and White I demands of the powers. The Bulgarian --- .t
hall. The officers of state In
i great
. U. Every bottle of Dr. Bar had been sent around by Romo. This ministry is probably acting upon
I ter's Iron Tonic has our extra crashed Into tte freight train. Tari-cotored uniforms were assembledat I Its own Initiative In suppressing the
} ., "Crescent"trade-markoa the royal entrance of the )house,) ot
', .'r'I the label. Don't accept a The engines l were wrecked and the recuiting of Irregular bats of rolun-
e substitute-insist on Dr. Hatter's. mall! car split! hall In two nearly Its peers to receive the king. The procession !j I teens and In locking up the noisiestagitators "
which Identical with that
AfjJe only by entire length. was but it la not clear that either
: THE OR. MARTER MEDICINE COMPANY of previous similar ceremonies, formed
DAYTON, OHIO The mail clerks had a vary narrow it or the Russian government has gone
and headed the pursuivants and
Uiknt also of Dr.Hartet't Wild Cherry Bitten, escape and several passengers were further than to deprive the sultan of .
well known Dr. Hutcr MeoulariE heralds marched to the robing rooms,
badly shaken up and frightened, but a plausible pretext for redacting a pa'cific
E JOB 8AIZ ZTK&YWaz&Z. their immediately
mantle preceded
none seriously hurt. I method of settlement of the Macedonian .
t by the aword of state, carried are macJo entry Any by their -- C. B. Crabb of Atlanta, the conductor question
i New. had Ws, leg crushed. by the marquli of lJOn 011'de-ory. After / Cm that esc ot eoninpaciaa te&ra Uobreaie.

, Something A little later on another passenger the roWng the procession reformed and MISSISSIPPI INDUSTRIES.Charters taxcree 'huej

1 t' There was an old gnu at the fOO.i train belonging to the Georgia Pacific with a blat of trumpets advanced to I
i When a new gnu came there too the peers' chambertb duke of Devonshire ,
division of Southern and Million
the comingup Aggregating Half a
a Old gnu told new gnu things new gnu knew,
of the
1'f i. New gnu knew new gnu things too. from Anniston enroute to Atlantaran lord president wtfo the Imperial Dealers Have Been Granted. iu a oTGl lr PELLETS
their j
I t Niagara Falls Gazetta. into the wreck, but no damage preceding Jackson, Mlsa.. Feb !&.--OorernorLonslro
crown which he carried on a the only nmodfea wfcteh aexH rHam ud da Mi g es (a kw
that serious done. chartersof
was was has approved the
4 Beside the Cali. The cu!hlon. The king thon seated him- 1 way P.wertut pttry UT a grip*, pale sad ab eoa&n>.JdrngUiera.
. : The Florida Orange tracks were soon cicare4DENTSISTS Incorporations! of new industries
I self-on the throne with the lords, bear- r : Raauoa'e Heuedie ail genir tad fcrgystem .
fornia. during the past week having an aggregate
TO MEET IN CHICAGO. ins the cap of maintenance and the capital stock of over one-half a I tadepeadm el 6e For orate by Ml Itanlartt

A Loa) Angeles correspondent is in sword of state standing on his right million ol'ars.: The week has been You drvgget wtR tardy keg aeop'r or t rt1L

New York studying the markets and Celebration Fifteenth Anniversary of and left The queen sat on the king's quite active In the launching of new t
left and the of wales his Brown Co.
prince On list /.ifg.
Odontographlc Society. concerns and the following is a
hid conclusions are a* follows: I j "
Chicago, Feb 17.-Two thousand right. of those organized that will apply! to F
; This year the Florida crop was reported dentists from all parts of the countryare The members of the house of commons the governor for charters within the

small. Observation of the here to attend the celebration of were then summoned, and on \ next week: find Oreensvilte. +,

i, condition of the New York market the fifteenth anniversary of the Odon-. their arrival the lord high chancellor, (; Horseshoe Planting and ManufacturIng Tenn.

shows that eitheir tbe crop was larger tographic Society of Chicago, which Earl Halsburg: kneeling handed the company domiciled at TehuK

,i than announced, or else New York began today. Each state in the union king the speech, which his majesty, with a capital stock of 150000.
has sent five dentists the read from the steps of the throne as located
I' than usual. to con"cn.tion Jackson Lighting company,
; I got a larger! proportion follows
and besides there are dentists : |t in Jackson, with a capital stock of $25..
; Any way" the fruit has held out sur
from associations in the larger cities. "My Lords and Gentlemen: My relations 000.

prisiuglylougand wt II, and no doubt Over :200! clinics will be held and many with al Ithe foreign powers con- : Merchants and Planters' bank of

: the better general average of quality papers read during the sessions I tinue friendly. Bolton, in the county of Hinds with a POST orfin: EIUK VIOIM:.
has made it go further than formerly. What, perhaps, is the irost Impor- "The blockade of the Venezuelan capital of $25.000'hich may bo increased

] The quality hiS Wen good aud everyone tant subject of the convention will be i parts has led to negotiations for the j! to $100,000.M. .

i has j>refern d be Horida orangeto brought up tonight when Dr. C. C. I adjustment of all the matters in diS-1 H. Clayton company, domiciled I
I. .. !r'-JC: : :; =J ;:! : ,, .
!! !:) !- --- rC5TIjiiI! : ."" -":iI'Ii, i!!! fJ ",' t '".,
I auy other. Kirk of Philadelphia will lecture on i pute. I rejoice that a settlement I at Heidelberg. Jasper county, with a r2ffi '1"i

The California fruit on the contrary, "The Saliva as an Index of Faulty now been arrived at which has Justified >!I capital stock of 15000. I

r I Las been poorrr than usual Fairly Metabolism." the blockading powers In bringing j I Amendment to charter of the First I

all hostile naval operations to an im ;: national bank of Lumberton, increasing a
to be &ure, arc now ,
good orange,
WRECK ON 'FRISCO ROAD. mediate close. Negotiations have been ]I the capital stock from $25,000 to i 5TKAfJS5 & C
t I conriu, but they are not selling, wtllt' closed for tn amicable adjustment ol $50.000.
account of the l..9
i for the reason on Five Passengers Injured In Crash toe differences which have arisen in Home Ice company, domiciled at Columbus I

i late "ea'Sotlthe are not as good:; as Near Girard, Kans. regard to the boundary of my possessions j I I I I with a capital stock of $100 It i ;

they ought to be at tbis time, and the Pittsburg, Kans., Feb. 17.-A local in North America and that of the :: I

Florida supply during the past two passenger train northbound on the territory of Alaska. A treaty ProVid. !I 000.New Albany Oil Mill company, dom. ai!

weeks has taken a spurt, and has l>eeii 'Frisco road was wrecked at Girard ing for the reference of these questions -I I idled at New Albany. Union county, !! WHOLESALE

i more abundant than t-xjected. Consumers last night. to an arbitral tribunal has been i with a capital stock of $40.000. i ;| ,

are sticking/ to the Florida Five passengers were injured none signed and ratified." Hazeihurst Crick company domiciledat I

I' fruit as long as! it holds out, and so it is believed fatally. The injured, all The speech next referred to the Balkan Mazlehurst Copiah county with a If LIQUOR

they are neglecting the California of whom are from Pittsburg, Kans.: question, saying: capital stock of 10000. t;
are: "The condition of the European provInces City Drag company domiciled atj

,: Best Liniment on Earth James Bridges. Dr. J. W. Porter, of Turkey gives cause for seri j:j i Gloster. Amite county with a capital i il DEALERS ;

; Henry D. Baldwin, Bupt. City Harry Bousfield. a member of the National Otis anxiety. I have used by best i stock of 2000. f .

Board of Mine Workers; James efforts to impress on the sultan and! I _

i WaterVorkH, tShullsburgi->., Turner and J. P McNaughton.Slain his ministers the urgent need of practical Imps-'ng Array American Yachts

; writes; "I have tried l many kinds of well considered methods of re New ,irk, Feb. 18.-An imposing ar- I

liniment, but have never received With Table Fork. form. ry of American steam yachts has been OCALA. FLORIDA..

Savannah. Feb. 17.-A murder occurred After noting that Austria and Russia catered for the ocean race of the San I ,
much benefit until 1 used lUHard's\ late Saturday nigty in have been considering reforms I,
Yama- the Bemo regzrtta, says The Times today.
Snow Liniment for rheumatism ami craw and a table fork was the weapon which the signatories of the Berlin All ocean-going steam yachts are eligible /

pains I think it the beet liniment on with which the death wound was in treaty should; recommend to the sultan, and the American yachts enteredare '

flicted. Joe Frazier a negro, was the speech adds: the finest of their class. Theyare I I

earth." iKe, El'c(' and $1 l.O) bottle at killed, and the police suspect a negro "I trust that the proposals will prove Anthony J. Dexel's Margarita

the Anti-Monopoly: Drug! Store. in I called "Sputeye" of the crime. It sufficient for the purpose and that 1 j which is chartered to Charles M! Ii
i Our
Effects of the Storm. seems this "Sputeye" and Frazier hada shall find it possible to give them my Schwab; Howard Gould's Niagara; Specialties :
I ;
quarrel and scuffle. Frazier ran, hearty support." James Gordon Bennett's Lysistrata; <.

Mr. C. C. Uawlts, of Klmwood, was' pursued by his adversary who was The king mentioned next the Aden I Eugene Higgins' Varna, belonging to rcJ :

iu Ocala yesterday and in conversation handed a fork by some other negro. Hinterland dispute: and the Samililand i Mrs. Robert Goelet, and CorneliusI I

Overtaking Frazier he stabbed him i expeditions! and then turned to South I \ <>rbilt's North Star which is now
with a rt'l're"I'utali\'eoftbISplpH I
to the heart Three small round Africa on whirr subject he said: being refitted on the Clyde. Strauss Royal Reserve

I 1 Htid that the storm! on Monday was holes were made with the fork, but The progress f f events in South Africa I

I the severest" he had seen since a child not a drop of blood has flown from I has been satlsfl: !' ry. The visit Susan Anthony Makes ontrnnmon.I : II

them. The man who did the killing I of the colonial secrc''try has already I Rochester N. Y., Feb. IS.-Susan B. I 4 FULL QUARTS, S3.50 DELIVERED.
anti that on account of the fallen
I Just sent to the 'ongrPRSiona.i
Anthony (
was not captured. been productive of ta> happiest re I
trees the roads are almost impassable.Mr. II suits and the opportunity It has pro i library in Washington! a large number i I

Walter Hay, who i is in from Fire Chief tided for personal conferences with of valuable books, autograph letters "

Chicago. Feb. 17.-Denis J. Swenle. Lord Milner and the ministers of theselfgoverning I and scrapbooks. This literature was Ii Strauss 16"
made the Maryland
Leroy, same s statement.He all valuable material to Miss Ilousped
former chief of the Chicago fire department : colonies and the representatives -
eats he stood iu his front door aud died early today. lie had of all interests and opinionshas Harper and Miss Anthony In writing

1 counted forty six: fallen trees. been ill of a cancerous affection for greatly conducted to a smooth ad- the life of Susan B. Anthony, and the

and in justment of many difficult questions history of woman suffrage. It will be
some time spite of his determined I I
Versons from other sections of the Rye
needed no more by them and
struggles not to give way to and to the removal of many occasions so Miss

county report the !storm as terrific, the disease, had been failing gradual of misunderstanding." Anthony has sent it to the congressional ,

though we have heard of no destrue- After referring to the Kano (Nigeria library, where an alcove has been i 4 FULL QUARTS 56.00 DELIVERED
I llr. ) expedition and the Indian dur made ready for It, which will be knownas ,
tructionof Iluildin -!. the Susan B, Anthony alcove.
Smallpox at Pavo. bar the king said:
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i, Compliment to a Marion County Moultrie Ga.. Feb. 17.-It is reported "I am glad to be able to state that

I from Pavo that the latter imposing ceremony coincided Miners Are On Strike. ,
Syrup Grower. smallpox has broken -- -- --.- -. -
( I' out there. It seems there has beena with the disappearance of the Victoria D. C., Feb. 18.-About 800 -- -- -

Capt. 'has. Thomas! of Tine, is' number of cases there of somethinglike drought and agricultural districts i iu minis at Nanaimo. employed by the I

lrobal.lthe manufacturer ot the I chicken pox, and at a recent con- western Indian! and that the prospectsfor Western Fuel company of San Francis.co .

finest quality of Florida syrup iu the sultation of the physicians of the both agriculture, and commerce have gone on strike for an advanceof I We handle everything pertaining to .1 i jil..1 t c t"
i I place it was pronounood a light formof throughout- Indian empire are more 75 cents a ton. \ :
Mate. 15y a close btudy and years of jneouro"-" \ sat:, f;.,'ton ti"'u irks l Saloon and
snvillpox. School has been sus- ] Burst Blcod Vessel. | having a wholesale lice: n"c ur "t :

experiments be has reached a degree pended as a result. some time nan.Tu : j| Plr.rant.: .1.a.:: T "i. 1 --\Jt'x,
]l.' : : r i 'i 'ii r''I'p'' ,. .. I and in
I of success:: this year never attained ", t 'I' 7 '. i : .' ;i Any Quantity Ship ShipmentPrice
:-1' : '" .
1 't ; .
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v ', ,
of Woman \ ;, :] ,
Body Found. ... \ t. u.r ; : !
t.ef.)re. It ig! a question now of very \' .. :.f J Lists: on applicatiot.
Phoenix City, Ala., Feb. 17.-An u-!, f .. ,i .\ ,: '. '" \ .
;t.-U.: .:... .
short time when the Horseshoe farm, I' known negro;: woman's body was foundin son owing to a peculiar incr!'rnt. The
The s,' "e''h was loicluilnlth! ; a.. I : ? Orders* illled promptly same day .! -i l I. rti|
t branch! the river hay hadhfoiini: rcvh and ",
Of which he is sole owner, will be a n'ar Saturday afternoon : ( 'tI ;lipd
mtiu'an .i l t-at::: ti" .It''i <
a by some boys. The phystclan's so In: d tv.o o1I+ \ e .i. '. that bra burst ,;,
known far and wide for its production of the r\i rn Jl'-ir.:, .., ,' ;.1 r' :' ;il-! : ; Remember we are the only Wholt! sale! Li-
Lt' 1 :
examination showed the neck ) ver"' :P : ]b''u "i:. i i ifor. II'I -

of the JiDi'oot Florida syrup lie also to be broken and no water in the be large oi': uth; ", -H'! t'r t\ r I ,1 1 .:lI ivi: :.\ ,. H[" i' )r. '. r':. :. ;i- r-.Jn. quor: Dealers in Marion county.
duction of b> ,. "' ,1' :. I
grlwtoo bushels of "sweet' potatoes on lungs. The verdict of the coroner's 4&land o j' critical Should he live, lus! brain "
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question ; 4tion, s& L.i
Jury is murder. Jill tare been permanently impaired. i ? i5r iD'iIrl r)5eA i
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: ; M./ d h... fl ud AWjon u"",! ,d itM lode Sam Regulate Hli tlo .k< bf Let Us
* ..ik4il hs JIII&lIg b.lhl""r"u J il. One of the Klitd Slur. WITH A LAME BACK ? A\\fol Great IuNin Iletueen the Thresh the Notice of Application for Tax Deed wkJer Motion

StUoo darIe pl a'ied. goo 1 easy man, KorUies ami lie Merrax. S of Chapter a-vo.. Laws of FtorM.

With the heart-puUeiin Dale's harmony. Strange as It may seem. Uncle Sam There are various! kinds and degreesof Matter OutNo YOTICE is hERESY GIVEN THAT

Wiuout the leave of those who deem they own does riot make use of the tun for rtck- Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.! debris ia this country, but the most 1> Robt. Bullock. purchaser of Ta* Crt4tlN"

to oiling time, but he turns his attentionto '! Potash 3371. dated the ;th day of Attgwit A. P.
A fifhl eiclimve potently ay. Almost who reads the utterly hopeless are found in the M> -No Fruit 1"9 has filed said certificate in my oaVraM
Howe tr those pleased with tattles pout or frown tome of the regular kteady going everybody newspapers called ireat: basin between the Hookj j No Phosphoric has made application fur ux deed to iIIIIIM in tocordauce
is to know cf the
sure wonderful Acid--No
Seeds with law. Maid
Whatw or M not Cod-tuned melody'Jlo stars or "fixed star as they are I certificate caAtace*
cures made Dr. lea aud the Sierras. This is a vast re- \ the following described ritiuUd U
ty property
and reverend seginors." called. i.L.---i r- : No Nitrogen No
grave Uvery clear Leaves
t potent night an utrOllJ.wpr I : KiimrsSwa.mo-Root, pion of deserts with here and there an Marion i ounty. Florida to-wii.

Oar tar from noble though aggressive Matters': with a big telescope looks at certain the liver area where nature in mood Commencing 16 chains Hot of a part a\0
great praukkb
Xere,like you wouM the waves deride I I I ==== These three chain>south ol norlhia-[ of
Tl&ouI" of these I c= > corner inllaa 1%
stars and makes his calculations
IIo the trend of Natures will to yours W"J I and bladder! remedy. seems actually to have made an effect i ito township ij. range n. thence eatf m fcrt.
Aod ride from which he can tell just 4 :l t'f 5 r it is the peat medical produce spectacular effects of l things must north 95 feel, west JIG cct tooth 9% fe t1'he
yfcrtl.'tr your impotence sublimely W 11..1'i| said land being ass-fced t the 4atr f
ii >
when the sun would the TL4 1c:: triumph of the nine- -
cross seventy- l From \ be
A4lr. '001 scmI to dcri.ivejet.ters..p1..tsrmoatcn ror. the Wasatch mountains to i suppliedto he issuance ol such certificate IB the awntr ol
great Nature's zone fifth meridian. One of the great clocks 1\,!1 .- !II: j teenth century: discovered the Sierra Nevada extends a ghastly lib John K Walton.
in the I 'r-i :'il after years cf I your Unless said certificates shall be wlrrnir at.
yialalM la how the tern ci jour control observatory is called the transmitter stretch of territory which is iiitt'r> -ct- i
.1r=i ;11 'scientific research by > cording to law. tax deed will he itMir.i thnriuon
-XANlHCii.LONDON'S because It transmits or sends il',. m 1 ed serifs of Write the 2nd dav of Februaiy A.D.i.s
high mountain to
ri i : 3 i Dr. Kilmer the emit !- by a ranges ': uanil Witn,,., my official signature and xal tln> the

GREAT CLOCKS. out the fcigual that keeps standard -.ti.$-. _. sent kiJneand: bUd-- running paralkl u-jrth and south. with I I II ,4frs 1 we will i ,t dayof JanuarY.A. D. 1903

time. This flock is set and regulated --, der sperrilist, and is I valleys between. b l"nd you (Stall S T. SlSTk t ,..

--- -Illic- I'm by the star time, and then every dayat iro-erfuiy! successful in piomptly curing I A IJinli''l''iew of the laiulx-ape : -ome bonks 1-2 Clerk Circuit Court ".",'u t iiiiv
mid tIle
fl three minutes and fifteen seconds iar.e back kidney bladder! uric acid troub ,' --
Law ('ourls' 'flnpiiri.14sw .. shows three principal, ranjies. two of K''\ ng tilt -

WAn ut tboM- who look! ujt nt before 32 a switch is turned on, and the torti cs and kiJ.ny Hright's: trsubie.Disease,which i u the worst which are known as the Auiar:oi and j \ ,:"! cif the whole ir.attir. NOTICE.In .

beats of the pendulum of this clock are
I'aiiamint. and between these is eaih i
fcgiuv of Xrlmin will beli 've that IKiler's! Swsmp-Root i: not reccrr.r \ (.r.tt'I t\ I iLl ii OIkk.

Uttw of "our greatest saiW" IsliioM sent by el.ectricity over the,wires to the :"Tide: .ifui every thing but if you h.1vckid- valloy. so called because it is the very '1 ,. us -i., lurk the Circuit Court ofthe Filth Judicial l'.f I un I

an tall us a living ninny telegraph olHces in Washington and Roy, I.vcr or bladder tiou'oie, i i! will be found abode of rl\U 111. : in and for Marion county. inChauin v

l fiotlLiAC; In tl e world i* so deceptive U.StataDe. New York. When the telegraph operators j last the; remedy you need. I It hoj been testedin Imagine a narrow strip of arid pb!ill ; ,/ 4t -- /1 Chares V. Miller complainant. t. I'tcntiCherncy *- l>

bear this ouud on tLeir instruments so many ways. in hospital work in private shut in between two mighty mountain I et al. defendant
round London
run witha
I a
they: know that the noon signalIs practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase walls. the peaks stretching up 111.\".1 I ti lIT IS 08DERK THAT PRKXT: .. 1'
would show. ,.,
footruW Nobody, s Cheeney, Marie
abor. relief and has proved successf in Mil lit.I a-
I be :
10 sent out, and they at feet into a burning sky. The surface \.and
bus rpool. Eugene
fr: ?s one LtiwwK evt-r vt t been I that Vaudcrpool WmKX4lir,
nee !, to connect the telegraph : evcrJ case a speciai arranger'er.t has defendants herein be
: or this plain which is 175 feet below named and they are hrrr-
f. I In 1 llk\t' that Hi; lien: U over been which all
: I made by rti.ddr of this p3prwho by required to to the bill of
wires LOST appear COUIII.uDllnsad
i.idi other towns and cities until sea level is a mere crust of salt and -Saturday night, January 21,
II' .-n yard jHTtm the dial that the have not already tried i it, may have a cause on

uaiuU lit srt'aer twenty-five feet In a 11:1..;.. ir; two the "tick tick" of samp'e! bottle sent free by mail, also a bock alkali through which a ridden horse in Ocala dart bay filly, five yearn Monday the inond day or .V.,... A, l>. 1./

ili.'it the minute band jun.'a he co .: ",' Washington is board In telling more about Swamp-Root and how to breaks up to his knees into a horrid Iti"ordert.'dthatacopyof this order be pub
J.tin liu'he! tvery time it moves that .undr.d. 01 ulegraph offices. The find cut if you have kidney or biadder trouble. paste than eats both hair and hide.A part of mane hangs on one side hshed in the once Ocala a Banner week for eight consecutive wr k.*

\J'l'II>t uiiuute puces inrnsun nearly beats stop :i! {'II seconds before 12, as When writing mention reading this:-nerous. gray haze that never lifts makes of neck and part on the other, white Done this the 9th da.-of January. A. D IM

a notice tint the "tick" will offer in this and 'N S. T. Sl&TKl NK
nest be
paper everything indistinct aud puzzling to
two yards and tli.it each uf the dials fi friot on forehead wire cut scar between Clerk Circnit cuurl.
be now: .'k'i oil! and so as to give theopera send your address to .. :.:. the view. No vegetation is to be seen II. L. A5DS4SOc.Comptainani's.
fJ wvutt ftfur tout You may spoiid a .-., -
fetlock and hoof hind
Dr. Kilmer& on one .
.Co.Bing- : Solicitor.
11.-' ;.1...- to connect their wires ; t- save a ,'pral1ty sagebrush with i \
(Uy "rlns hard at St. l'aul'8 before 'It"!
j hamton N. Y. The
y. will UlUMe! that the ball over the with the! :.i.nrl: tir.ic balls and clocks regular! fifty cent and nom.of s-r.m..Rooc._ leaves that are nut green but gray, and leg, clean place on bark near should er.

Gko111 bold twelve men anti that Then.r' uiiii;' !Iialls:: iu a great many dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. here and there a sort of cactus that A reward of 20( will be paid for re- NOTICE.In .

It cities-: n.':;; 0:1 top of some promi- grows to five or six feet in height with
alove U ten yards 'ui'h.
foe rrtum
Efiit bu !II.IUK wL!.. extended brunches. covery. Address IL J. Cain, Shady .
i-y can easily be It is called the
the !. and the Circuit Court of
lea vurU* alove < me weiKh; the Fifth Jadicul Orcuit
St'f'D 'i'h.> ona at W.ngtou: : is the V "dead man" because in the Fla. !
a t_ a-! a half. Yet a footrule and : on MAN'S LITTLE TOE. night each 2.6 7tiJrotroatonal. I of Florida in and for Mark County

.'. : all that rM)t of ll.. state Will 0111111:111I.'Ilrt.; stalk looks like a corpse by the way in Chancery.J. .
ixriuUV.on are you -- --- ----
went !L. '.:xat tv .up of a high: pole side. .
to t. fitntluced that these things I. i.n1Ists Declare Thai It Intu loauied Walter Hood, Complaitunt. ** titua: Hood
ready in d-.ip h j the i istut the signal But the supreme Lorror of the place Defendant.To
M t what they *Mnt. nu F.arly Cnd.
l'OlUl' on* know how iinH>ssbe: it is government EtJ,1!!:(lIt scientists assert that the Eliza Hood. Defendant :
c.::.< ; Washington and in There is breeze but it is
:v. a so scorchinghot VOC
t. fix ttw distance of a ship at sea ort ""all) 11\' of the hiiinau foot frill be 'l'.E.BIGGS.T'fORXEY.AT.1.A ARE HEREBY RKgCIRBO TO Al'-
many j..;:: l'' in other cities there are as to blister your face. Streams W. -Ipear to the bill of comjUamt sled hric.n
Iw OH dark right when the contMt (on \' ouur on
large clocks coEwvted with the ob- flow from springs down toward the before \II
(Office in Block.
tit th* lightriUi the surrounding tlu ins.. ;it {'' tt try. Such is the view Gary-Agnew )

darter torlnu: tht rKion near sirvatory by electricity. These are so -iiiuiiitidihts generally and of physilai's valley but never reach It, because the 0<-1.FI.oRID... Monday, theid rfj'Of.tf.i.k.I.D';.

be miles arranged that when the 12 o'clock signal heat dries them up on the way.-Saturday ---- It is further ordered that a copy of tkfcordrr
t. the fifiay away. '' \,':.. have glvi-n the matter more CARLOS L. SISTRCKK. be published once a week tot four coMCCutivr
is flashed over the wires the hands Eveiiinjr 1'ost.IMPROVED.
Sb of all tin thousands: passing than 'I.ls..ing consideration says the weeks in the Ocala Banner, a ocvsntBtr pub
of each one of these clocks to limned in Marion Florida.
IIIiIIIc the Strnuil tixlay will believe spring riiiktclt! Press. ATTORN EY.AT.LAW. county.
Witness my hand and seal of office tfcfe the
that t l.rt.v or workmen breakfasted I: no matter what time the clock may Just it:. according to Darwin the lull ON NATURE. Room 4, Masoaic Building Ocala. Fla. 5 28 IL'DWIN 20th day of January D.. lyj}.
show. In this way hundreds of clocks --- (neal) s. I siaTittClerk
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courts' clock before it
la tb wusfls wets crowded out of the human bony
are set to the correct time each day. A Point That Von I.II\uolt For SPENCER. Circuit Cm
It to tell Indon the n R. B.
.d In j'Uoe *Uei-'ton many ajes; back li x-ause it had IA BCUOCK. Complainant's SobctUK. i Ij
Well the moment the sun is supposed William McKluley.
tines tlnw- -!1. James (j.Z ct t c. -.o useful functions to jwrforin. just as ATTOR
to cross the seventy-fifth meridian the A year or two after William JIcKin- EY.AT.LAW,
the v ruiifonn ai>ueudix. the only Up- .
telegraph instruments give a single ley had begun the practice of the law OCALA. 7.fr, FLORIDA.JJ ADMINISTRATRIX
.!*!.. so( II.. Country i'qbilhhrr. lU) t'tt function of which is to necessitate NOTICE TO CREDI -

I 11. U a little old totral from-the- tick. the time balls drop, the clocks begin 1.nitrous and txixuislre operaiioi.s at Canton. 0., he distinguished himself I{ D. FULLER TORS.In .

to strike and in the DistrIct in fashion
everybody a humorous in one of his
r MuIdH talk about luatters lying near : \', ill eventually! find no place In
fell- knows it is 12 o'clock.Nicho- first successful cases. As often happens DENTIST. matter of estate of Julia P. loanst',n lr
I* eo la-art. There K-ems to a huui.ii anatomy, so, according to present ceased:
!. in court the tumor was not merely Over Hunroe & Chambliss I5ank.Ocala I'la.tJ .
tag aneuE bu ;ne' men that u news- indications: the little toe must ulti- VOTICK IS HEKHBGI'l!! TO OUKIH-
nuikc for the sake of .he jotc but for seri- ** tors legatee, distributer*and nil .
|lK hai no hU.thHS to money. taateiy (U ::lJI'Hr altogether.Whotl'.er prr.n
having claims
PICKINGS Mi Edward T. Roe in Y. THOMPSON. or demands against su 1 I esUIr
\Vf M4) It I I. tbe UK-! exacting busiMH F1CTIO1.People or not the big toe is all that purpose. to present the same to tile undersijucj within
"The Life Work uf William
UcKinley" two
in the wvrld, the uioxt trying in !Is :w'vu in vaIliug and ninuiiig is a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. This years.the
to like tells the zjrd day of January. iwv
get a soul a story.
NWJT way. It tucanti lung hours and satfs.1 iiuestioii which has not yet.bet-u satisfactorily Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Montezuma. FRANCIS A. H"w.>
factory hat makes an The case was a suit against a surgeon 1-30-81
The OCALA, FLA. \dmiaiiiraiin.
At mtMt care in Its conduct. answered, but the fact re-
first lii ht.-Jobn Oliver Ilobbes in "The whom the plaintiff charged with
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.f* ball the entire public to deal iiiains that athletic instructors and ---- ---
Foul Hunters. having set his leg so badly that itwas K. CHASE.
Wk. It is criticised on all occasions.It ccacUis have universally striven to de- J ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Human confidences must be mutualIt bOA'cd. :,IcKillh')' defended the surgeon -
IM to deal with all the cranks in theMMBttjr reich the big toe at the expense of the DENTIST
is to God that continue and found himself pitted against
and do this successfully only man can OCALA. FLA.
= to othtrs in the training! of fast runners IS HF.RRBGI
John McSweency of the most brIlliant N'OTICE \'HS TO11.
tolling, telling telling and never get.
and legatee an1.ibiitirs:
Turin judgment mticucc. and fcoihall iiai: ers and to that end I..rr
ting a word in rct1'o.-Hl'Dr Seton lawyers of the Ohio bar.MeSweuney sent their accounts nil .'. i. ., 1 a t,, tu uii.l i
H ha* puwer. and that jwwer. to the the sh.vs have bwn made so narrow .
signed administtatnx
t .
iestate:; < J \.
his client into
Mcrriuian brought
.It; of juurualUm. is nearly always In "The Vultures that any possibility of using the little : T.ALIJtL WLD.1. Feastcr. deceased willii! t';" next two year
court and had him the injured or the same will be baa
It is a fundamental law of expose .I for the public good. No ques- a happy toe has i ien precluded.Ik IE. ..

.. vital ciHiwrti to the home people and useful life that we must keep sweet, t ween the muiliru method of walking limb to the jury. It was very crooked I .,, 0. HusifK.dniinisttitux.
and the wise looked bad for the sur-
12-5.bt .
Ikfti to aDd a strong support from the for bitterness perverts the judgmentand and the wearing of tight fitting "\

BPwapaper. and this too WithoutNSuaenhluu. corrodes the heart.-Charles Frederic shoes the little tou is doomed U an early geon. But McKinley had both his eyes J
open. as usual and fixed them keenlyon Montrriinia Hotel Ocala, Pin every
The publisher spends Goss in "The Loom of Life. end. NOTICE.

Ito uuney to further these projects Fortanately, emotions primitively bar-\\ the other man's leg. ft Tbur..dI).:
As the turned ._.
soon as plaintiff was _.
u4 the couiiuuuity! never gives a barous are not indicated by TRAPPING ERMINE. 1l" 1t"
over to him he asked that the other leg In the Circuit Court of the K1,'i Ju.li. ial Cirtiut
of cost to him. labels or walks in the street would .,
1 taoo bt to the matter be'l' ---- -- of Florida. ill and lot M 'ion county.
should also be bnrod. The plaintiff and
U to tint paid out of the public IQCkt.Newijow. fraught with strange discoveries.-Anthony nmel'l'nt: nl'lbodli For the FuU in Chancery Mlti''g

Hope In "The Intrusions of Peggyrn" f.rl." 1 and Dalty Aulmuls. McSweeney objected vigorously, but The Peoples Building Ljn aDd littexmeat
Association ol Klornla.
Tiiicldw the climate the finer the the judge ordered it done. Then it appeared Old! Harvest Caesar A A Taylor eta CwnpUmant.!. Uelendanta.*%

that his second leg was still IT Is UkUKkKD THAT CAt.:\k A A
1 t, fur the author of The f rl'atl'iitFur
11..01 by 1'11'.111.. There is no corrosive like wounded says r North Carolina i- Taylor one of the defendant hrreii named
which oti.sn. It cats into the moral Company of the World" in Frank more crooked than that which the furgeon he and be i" h..r..hv_ __ rern.rrt, .. .. .n.u .. .,
J The gigantic tropical fireljles C nature --- -- -- n J -|>ynMB W -

.'lip1 .*.irw iu the forts and eanebrakes corrupting its victim, destroying ail Li.Ii!R''s Maine, and the difficultiescf had set. I bill of complaint. Iht md in day said. of cause.iIan OBMoadjv. *. A. f>. I'jai
"My client seems to have done better
vt boat of the low lyingV Indian bcujc of proportion and blinding him obtaining, the rare furs are many. CORN WHISKYIs It is lurther ordered that copy of thu order
U by this man than nature itself did. be published once a week for four
Lnu'.ue: U at its best when the cold is cuuMcnlive
,1 Wand OIMV i ItI'O\'ed the salvation of the to everything save his own passionate weeks iu the Ocala Banuer
said "and I that the
City uf Santo HMuiugo. A body of buceawm. I longing for reprisal.-James Cre'man most intense, the tawny weasel coat McKinley move Done this the abth day of January.A. U '.5P3.
suit be dismissed. with a recommendation [b EALl S T. S1KTRINK.
from fawn from -
headed by the notorious Thom- in "Kagle Blood. turning to yellow yellow
to the plaintiff that he have the the very best because it Clerk Circuit C rt.
H Catpadkh. had laid nil! their llansfr to cream and then to snow white Ti-Lirs K. BIGGS, Complainant's Sobdtei.
the latitude and the other leg broken and then set by the is genuinely old. Guaran- .
according to sea-
a tiVwvul ujiou the place, intending WuxpN M -hod of Attack. -- ----- -- --- -

to niamacrv the inhabitants and carry licit in his "Naturalist In Nicaragua" sou. surgeon who set the first one. teed five years old and devoid NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

way all tbe treasure they conveniently draws attention to the methods of attack Fox lynx marten otter and bear the of fusel oil.

cmU. and bad actually Put off thdrbwta used by different species of wasps. trapper can take with steel traps of a fleedlessnes...
heedlessness may not be one of the Department of the Interior Land Ufiet
size varying with the or even at
for that 1IIIrIKJlit.( One accustomed to animals and not to
seven deadly sins. but could the perpetrator Gainesville, Fla., February 2. 1
with the but efficient deadfall. 190J.
At they ipiirtiuched the land how- man takes care to crawl I down the outstanding clumsy .
oftener witness the result of his Awarded Gold Medal \OTICE IS UIiKEBG1 S THAT THE
but the ermine the fur
of which is
eN, rowIng with uiufllt-d oars they hairs to the skin before inserting as following named settler has filed Mice of

greatly Burvriiwd to see an infi- its sting, while others which easily ugcd as the nue t gauze. act a whole list cf casualties would become 1 1393 as First Prize.It his intention to make final pruot in support of
his claim aud that said

obsolete. A little Italian boy proof will iv wade be
Ib Dumber of moving lights in the live in the midst of human dwellings must be handled differently. fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Via un

whleh fringed the bayou up fly straight at a man's face. The first The hunter going the rounds of hs! lightly clad was recently helping to }/u.u11'4., /to;,

ftieIa tby had to ructed, and cou- I species true to inherited instinct, whenit traps has noted curious tiny tracks like sort out bottles from a city dump heap. has that old mellow flavor v.zRAVSA It GILES.ofCandler, m: ..Hume-
In trying to remove a stopper from a stead bribe( soutn half of uollh..1
the dots and dathtb of the telegraphicalphabet. 27 quarter -
.ft that the auiurds knew of attacks unfamiliar human attaches
Bi beings -
condensed milk jar be accidentally that a judge of Pure Old North and north half ol bouthweM juan--i ol srtlionsS.
.' ammmcb. they put about and re- itself to their hair or their here are little prints slurring towu-hip 17 aouth. range 2' east

HhMd their snip without attempting beards. But there nins t have been a iato on- another iu a du: !i; the" broke the glass and a powerful acid Carolina Corn Whisky appre- He names the tj'lawiug u .ttje-j-,<- )>r"\rhU
> poured down his side. The child fell I continuous icsi.irncc u' i in iuliniim!
.. time when lie second species discovered a dead Mop. where the quicK eared ciates. of Slid !..IIIJ.'IZ : XI;b<". ->. Mill '11a.)

that the face was the vulnerable stoat has phased with beady eyes akrt screaming to the ground terribly burned Hall. Andrew Jackson. J." < -> I> I', tx. all! ul

..... Entrrtalnnent part, and the discovery was the out- for snowbird; or rabbit; hf-re :apain a lie will be crippled for life. The ?1.00 per quart: -.50: for four Ikl1e\'j.w.l'la. W i RulJIS-.iN ..

Ia tite taluiy days of the French come of the action of brain. clear blank on thesnow.whl'rethl'C'rnfty person who after finishing some experiment of- full quarts-Full measure f. o. b. 2-6 KiglslrtAssessor's
corked the
or process, cupful --- 1
ervliy \luUS entertainments little f'jrugHha.< dived below the.light -- --
1UD11I innocent looking acid in the bottle and (k-aa.) .
I surface and forward like
r >valty wt-n Lilt uncommon. To wriggled a Appoi/.tmtots.
Red Color In Battle.
: "di D'tthink.Youtb's 1
threw it into the >h barrel
.tlf"ltlu II i iwt.i for a week the Comic The iiuuibn of soldiers slain In battle snake, to dart up with a plunge of his I will be at the fvl'nvnii) 1iIai.at
Companion !
crrh 11-I> r huilt, ri'urransi'd and refur- depends a great deal on the color of fangs into the heart blond of the unwary STRAUSS & CO. Sole Agts. the liuifc stated, to i'Ve n.mm- tit 1 1re'.l

lIillH't1| i UN niMtlu fPWli threshold to tur- now bunting. .
their uniforms. The more conspicuous anti |)nijry; : aii.i agricultural

: lloi\, ':'.,' \I-.HI' workmen day and the helmet and jacket the better the From the length of the leaps the trap- The Only Exception. I report as ilir Law 'pirt"1 : :

: ", 'I h. MiirsLal de .Soubise re- target consequently the greater pxr judges the cge of the ruiinc. The "She's unusually conscientious yoasayV" for Ocala, Fla. }'Jllut'KhMa;

ti PW.1..1 1..1:. XV. us his uest for 2* the mortality. Red attracts the eye Tail grown ermine has hair tog coarse 1

> i.: .1.1wtu 1':11' : t at a cost of SO.000M most readily and twelve men wearing \0 be damaged by a snare if, tl1rre. "Yes, indeed; even in the smallest details Kendrick .Muuday 2 a. m

J_. ." l411t hi majesty to the marshal that color are killed to seven in riite vfore. the tracks indicate a full ,,.owu of life." DR. ALEXANDER'SCrlill2 -V art iti. Mtitttl.iy :t .,. III.
t "Able to resist sort of Lowell TuttKloy :t .. m.t .
annual! the trapper suspends the nose any a temptation j
tJIoJ 1I.llIItll1l1 "that you are in green or six in blue or five in either'Lrowll ?" H..Jdiek.......... ..TU(1J'J.)' :a.t ,. in.
.." of a looix'sl twine or wire across the I
1 will Inquire of lilY steward blue-gray or gray.-London An TONIC I .\.ll.ll1tlls11..... ...... Weduca4aj J JI
from bent twig which when "Unquestionably.
lid inform your ncji'sty. replied the swers. runway a I ( Vutrai..... ...... Thursday 5, p. .
fcit. rejeasod, spring upward with a jerk "Has she ever been to Europe? 1
hiding yawn behind his hand.t I I'ieiningtou-------------- Friday 6, a. a.
The of looked star A positive,permanent and s"blto"ollhynt'lent and Modern. that lifts the ermine off the ground champion woman Fairtield--------------------- Friday ti
p. a.
Chills and Fever. Contains no poison. The he- i j
said all philosophy lies in and strangles it tied Shady irove .Monday 9. 4
MlatJ UuirbMura l.n"'. "Epictflus Tonic Anti-1'eruxhc. Appetizer, and btrt.nK.hnerforpale.sick'.yferalessnJchililrenknown.- a. HB.
than :'mi j\-yr> ago tut Dutch two words. 'restrain' and 'abstain.' If the tracks are like the prints of a "Oh well," he said "of course, if she Santos... ......-. Monday U, p. m.IViIro .

had a chance to smuggle a few ll.IIt'\.iew..... ..... IS
close and small thetrapper Tuewdaj
nIIIna of t.t''lun. anxious to retain their "Well Lpictetus may have had it fg. baby's lingers Brings the glow to faded checks ; makes weaL

amni4sly vf the prLfious spice for tred out all right in his day but in I. hopes to capture a pelt fit for a into the country, why-why-that's a children fat awl he.rty. bt' ao'Jl boutte. WHI.II, a. ra. t
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cloak. Perfect fur would be different matter. -Chicago Post. form to take. SunirufititldedufMlay 11, p. ra.
Whlt-h tUat i laud b famous enacted a these times philosophy seems to be. throne Tablet ; tasteless; easy Candor.Tbui 12

Ionr which nude it a capital offense to pretty fully expressed in the two words marred by the twine snare so the trapper Pries 50 cts. Trial Sza.! 25 cts. Ockluwll.bs.TIluhMlay>jjiy 12,, a.i. m.oa.

death for the TIle Eyes nnil the Tew |
IIiIJ or sell the wild jungle; cinnamon 'gain' and 'retain. -Chicago llecordllerald. devises as cunning a t.'l' Dr.Alexander's Liver Regulator cures RiHous- Eastlukc.............Friday 13, a. m.Weirsdale .

t_ the only sort known. The plants ermine as the ermine devises when it There are experts on the eyes who teas,Torpid Lifer,Constipation Sick Headache ..........Friday U, p. m.

..,.1'1' found wire held to be the darts up through the snow and fixes its held stoutly to the theory that troubles Price 23 Cents. For sale b, Draw .! Kati rday II.a. ni

I"Prty of tbe ,tit' >. If a shrub Helpful Ilubbj. flJ?::rlike teeth in the throat of a rabbit. in vision often cause serious lapses Linadal", school Louse. Sat. 14. p. tu.

J**"<*d to kpriug up In a man's door Wife-I wish you t\"oulillct me know First he smears his hunting knife from a well ordered life among children Wm. Anderson Druggist Ocala, Fla. Moss Blull'. Monday 16, a. m.

Tart he coWl neither destroy nor u' what sort of a dinner to have tonight with grease; then he lays it across the and that disobedience ill temper, Electra.. ....... Moudny 14!. p. nuL3'nn

It Under Husband-That's a good idea. Well track. The little ermine comes trottingin cruelty. wanton destructiveness and ---- ---- Tue-day 17.&. in, S
It'n're penalties. Things are
happU1 different now. I shall either not be home at all or elseI dots and dashes and gallops and hysterics are frequently due among Burnett ( ra1.llIuvilll'.TutIo.rJ3j 17, p. m. I

shall bring three or four friends with dives to the knife. l'he knife is frosted youngsters to aberrations and to ailments Jerry 'ounor't'tluooay 18, a. m. !
Salt school houw'l'liursilay
me.-Life. like ice. Ice the ermine has licked, EO which affect the sense of sight. I Springs, ,
1 murJ at the Altar.sbe1 19, a. in. :
"- traveling under an asA he licks the knife. But. alas for tte Such a theory may: appear to be carried Ken-City.TLurnlay 1 J, p. m.

} II1IIwd name now. TIioroughueii." resemblance between ice and steel! Ice so far as to be almost a fad, ytt Merchant Eureka. .... . Friday :31, 1&. m. ;

JwYou d n't say1ut! is it? "Whtn I do anything, said the young" turns to water under the warm tongue; there nay be something in It. Dai.-y.Friday J", j'. m. '

0 L ***-lliT husband's. She was mar- man, '*1 believe In doing it thoroughly. steel turns to fire that blisters and holda Ft. McCoy.Saturday 21 1, a. in.

rol'\ Jwtrrday.-Kscliacgo.! "Yes," answered his father, with a thc foolish little stoat by his inquisitive The Anchor Tailoring. Anthony. lo'1t11&1:11.

1 ,'" sigh, "especially when it comes to getting tongue a hopeless prisoner until the "Sailors are awful forgetful, ain't Hparr.Tuesday 2i. a. nu

into debt"-Washington Star. trapper comes. they?" asked little Elsie. Gieenwood ....Tueniay 21, p. in.Citra .
j I'., Ik. Good ,l the Ser"lt.'e.'J WfdneMlay 25, a. m.
what makes think that?
**t-I1e gate me an army and othlnl Doing' Her Idea of It. you Ocala, Florida. Orange Springs Thursday 36, a. m.

j naflklu.I Inquired her papa. Finest imported and Ooala. ....Kri. and H.it. : anti S.
Canvasser I've a book here I'd like Do you believe in short engagemeats -
"Because time leave
10 they a
every all returns to Ire
l1aOtS-\\at kind Is that? Domestic Cloths. The law requires
I .show you. ? place they have to weigh their anchor.If made by the first of April.
; CUra-Oh. rapid fire! sixty a min Busy Man-I've a bulldog in the next "('S iadv>ed. and lots of them1'"Detroit they weren't forgetful, they'd remember Cuttinga: Specialty.Fits ALFRED AYEK

1ltl-Stul Set room I'd liketo-taow you.-Eschange. Free Press. the weight"-Exchange. Guaranteed. J 1 16 Tax Asstt-eor Marion Co.



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Formula tells the story : tGov ...-
Placards bearing the inscription! ,

"Don't !Spit: on the Floor," cn-ftthe "

Five Per Cent. eye every day. Yet, when you look .; Chrol1i Chin Cure :

around tints:1110 glade for ex-
1 many
: :: I: Not a potent medicine: a thin spirituous d, of a pleasant bitter taste, made .t .. i
; Twenty Gold Bonds pertortltou provided.' : !) <1 !)!! ;
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It ii material for personto jpitus :
Iil is ( < Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK j
Another policy held by Mr TTatrrtionse stns a it is to fat and is jut as: ueit>svry.:
I ITT Cmt Twenty-Year Cold Bond Policy for Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARIC Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
IIUUH. on which he had paid six annual paymrntit'f It is one ot nature's meth( d.sof) expelling \ :

alio drvisrtl J4IH and jot t'"ach.introduced This by form The of Mutual policy Lifelo.urance was txiisoiis from the system", which Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. ..
Company of :Newort,and in settle : i It
ttrnt of this policy the Company III Usue tencue otherwise would !produce death. Is ; The Best General! Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price. SOc.
i thousand dollar :5 I'er Cent Twenty-Year *>
Cold 1km,Is,the income from which pill! be $:OU Persons having H.-fH-t"l throats, orIUlllslUU.t ( : < l. .. '., .2<:t. J.\r''! ;;
a year for tneUy years. The face of the policy .
aIu.u* will Ie paid at the end of twenty jears.Record ; expectorate or die, and 110 ----- --rte -
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t1'4 .zJ.l'w .Of ,
} ij 1901.)
one has a right to conduct a bus.iut :::1 Uf'ciais Arrested. j: ..
?I... .' : Jtc.''.uli. SK-Tr**: .
Bul :lria. Feb. 1H -President''f J. M. triggs. :re.. E:=Jr UrsT", e.
for the public, fail to provide placesfur : !
If you desire to know on what terms I : 'lo\'ski. of the central Man-do i I
adverti.EI :
and then \

you can contract for the purchase of 5 Per I "don't expectoration spit on the floor." ( ) :(' president. ; ;General Prosident! Zoutrheff Sanehoff I \\Y. I H.i BRIGGS I HARDWARE CO .tt
Cent. Gold Bonds, deliverable yourself .
The 0. K fe: F. railway has received i : Saratnff Macedonian: committee i i .
in twenty years or to your family others have been arrested 3
the silent think! of many by providing -
immediately, in case of your death, state a
spittoons far all their passenger! du Vironls Tours World.
the amount of annual income you wish VALDOSTA GA.
coached. City. Feb. 1C.-Daron Verde ,
to secure for yourself twenty years hence often : :!, special representative ol!
Persons of cleanly habits are
and give date of your birth. emperor who is making
mortified beyond the power of expression of the world, to study the com Ie..' .;:; r1iI.BH

by being compelled to expectorate and economic conditions of the
countries, arrived this
J. II. LIVINGSTON.: JR.. Agent, Ocala Fla.CECIL' on floors, and the floors! :
ILCOX. Agent for the state of. Floridajtck.aurtle should be preserved and the person's O Elizabeth Expires. **

KU. feelings! ved by imitating the exam. Feb. 16.-The Archduchess A It D WAR E !
h, mother of the former queen
pIe of the railway above mentioned.As .
Maria Christiana of Spain
to tobacco juice, although it is !! Queen Maria Christiana

dUguatiiiff! it is really the moat! harm through Paris yesterday on her
Hammock! Lands and Pine Lands- I her mother's bedslif Mill and Turpentine Supplies
less of any form of expectoration, be- / I
Products Peculiar to E.ch- t
cause it is ouly the expressed juice ofa I rl. Am. Feb. 16.-The AI-
Big Money in Ye .tables. i rtTrr. which has Wen on a ria
which is of the moot
vegetable one CL2 "= C".uJ!
section of the state for the last
T. \V. Hale, of Weston, W. Va.f known.It .
powerful la I
slowly falling, and the
gift to the world bis observations on is the consumptive( the throat I are gradually subsiding. All' Largest and Oldest

Florida soil and products through the disease, the sick, whose expectorations 0 I of a flood has passed.

Miami Metropolis. are deadly poisonous:I and they-must I ---- Turpentine Supply House

Thin careful observer says: spit or die.-White Springs Herald. a i

"There are are two kinds of soil, :I In Georgia.Southern.

differing in composition, one being Christian Endeavor Enthusiasm !

jUt aud level, and the other rolling The Extension Campaign to which IID

t and undulating, the prairie and hammock Dr. Clark has called the Christian Ll Agents for
lauds and the pine lauds, and Endeavor societies of the world, for ( )

each beat adapted for the growth and an effort for a definite increase: of ten RIXFORD TURPENTINE AXES.

cultivation of certain kinds of fruits per cent in membership or societies! ,

and vegetables. Tne prairie w the by June, is being entered upon heartily L# .. m"\I\ a-

> level, marshy, or muck lands. The all over the world. Minneapolisunion

hammock is the prairie lands with recently added nine new societies MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERFULLY QUOTE! a

higher elevation, and from which ; Orange, N. J., five, which makea f

the surface water has been partly gain of forty per cent. One societyin
Philadelphia has gained thirty L. W. JOHNSON & BRO.
drained, and grown Up in tangled l ,

.- mat and wild labyrinth of scrub oak, three per cent. The Melrose, Mass., FROM Only material the best Dealers in
goesinto !!
mangrove, palmetto, banyan, lime Congregational society has organizeda the oven and New and Second Hand Machinery.

and various vines and creepers. Junior society of nineteen membersand only the LAIil: (Tl'Y, MHtllH..
t! received twenty one new mem BEST BREAD
AIUITED TO TRUCK FARMING. One 125 horse lower return tuhrlar (boiler with tilting "to15 tlhThree
bers. These are samples of the way It is delightfully! crisp and 11111" .. ea.-h. .VIM, l..
i "The pine lands are those of the A few slices buttered i* a One0 II II It .."... . 3&H.WMlUtt'
,, highest elevation and covered with in which unions are local focietieaare itself!! and almost! as nutritious! 11 55" d .. II II .
going to work to wake the next six !: it 511" II .t u . ......
\ pine and palmetto. On the prairie r4 for Bread!, etc.an be more K ;go ti it II ti .W
and hitmmock lauds they do their mouths count for g' ins in membership ball.'E' tilled by .. 40"( ItII fire box I II Ur . .AI.a' 1
and societies. 10" 11.1.. ,
new I I.V: *
truck farming ant raise all kinds of :\ '
t! RftKfRY[ .JQ .1 Ii Atlas fire box boiler..r is I '.'"
National Home at
vegetables for the very early markets, In the Military < 15 ".' boiler ou wheels . 1-?"'
Leavenworth Kan. is a Christian '
: such as tomatoes, egg plant, pepper, I ly t.i ) "t alit i I Iaftty in 10\\ n. IdhI11ti: .
i Endeavor society of one hundred and One 80 horse power Lane & liollfy . f r:', '"I
f greeu beam,celery, potatoes, cabbage, 75" N. Y. safety> upright . . 4V'II.'
f t lettuce, beets anti in fact n'arlyall twenty members all veterausof the \ IOu" Bill: automali.35 .-.. ....... . ;.... ,si. J
/' kin.. center cmuk HII.
Civil war At a recent Kansas :State THE --:7 r :
the vegetables raised in the more 2o KrieCity. . 1'16...
I { convention dozen or twenty of the. e
: t northern clime Oil this same HARVESTING MACHINE t.- ONE: M1Rn1' (i n ltul'NIfir
i marshy land they raise their cocoa- "Boys in Blue," sweating the Christ
1 COMPANY .r R .
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; i DUU and bananas. seats.ian Endeavor Ladge, occupied front .. -t

t ritriTs pLormsir, TOO. -- POOSER
r F. D. Agent,
Saves Two from Death. McMilIanrosSouthern
!t t "Ou the pine lands they grow oranges FLORIDA.
I ; fruit Our little daughter had au almo"tfatal :
lemoiiH, pineapples,grape l
! rr avoe.+doiKarsnod all the citrus and attack of whooping cough and J

: -' Dearly all the tropicil fruits. The bronchitis," writes Mrs. \V. K. Havi- Copper \\'orl\s.
Armonk N. Y. but
laud whenall
I f f country i is au undulating prairie, with s
other remedies failed, we saved her
hills. is
i i t not even Forty acres a
I good farm and fertilizer has to be lif with Dr. King's New Discovery.Our Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills :

Ii I IKMH! for all crops. Home plant as niece who had consumption, in an
much as UN) acres in tomatoes. advanced stage, alt used this wonder and General Metal Workers.r.

I (medicine, ami to-day she is' .
: $:'KH\ ) I'KOKIT FROM 1 ACRE. 4. ---- '---
r i ; 14 1M .aLJ4C 1&
well. Dt operate throat and t ry
I rI "Speakimj not from exceptions, but '{ Old Stills taken in exchange for new ons. Patching .
I rIi lung diseases ycild to Dr King's; SewDht'o'l'r
from general results, as I have gotten as to no other medicine on j!j of one stated,1 and two-horse have on mower hand a, through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or L

,t;a: .the information from reliable formers, earth. Infallible for cughianllcold :, ; | sickle grinders aud rejiair- wire will receive prompt attention at either of the '

I; here, from an acre of tomatoes they 50e and $1 00 bottles! guaranteed by shall have in the next ten following worksFAYETTEVILLE .
J' car load: of reaper! binders, \
I'1 gather about 250 crafts for which they Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Trial bottles and every part pertaining

,! recehe f. o. b. here,:1.30 crate. Planting free. ------ 6 harvesting. a .;Ul'-I'-". N. C. SAVANNAH 6A.
(' that the McCormick
work and fertilizer cots about\ Our Weekly. ; j is the only right hand! machine! JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE ALA... a
" 73. leaving a net return of itt>out $300per The Ocala Weekly Banner contains market, and should you buy ,

li i acre. All kinds of truck farming twelve IlIigl's-eight more pages:I than I you are eure to be disap _
I .
i b very profitable. any paper ever before printed in the ('( and challenfie\ the world to .c

I 'Grape fruit, the avocado (or alligator county.In place m the to show harvest what field.your There ma F rEuN! HilL Rye Ia I 'i

|sear) as it is popularly called, the quantity and quality of the I are.' you Call points and that see will me interest and I ea

and pineapples are the coming fruit matter it i is unrivaled. ave you money. Every

There i is, indeed no comparison between sold! will be, and
of the southern extremity of the peninsula put up H. ROSENTHAL i& SONS, Distillers Cincinnati 0.
t before it it turned over to your ,
it and other local publica 4
I and like the orange:, and
D. POOSER Agent. e
,. I I I .lemon tree come to the point of bearing tion. dIt-w1m a ;.
in the third or fourth The price U one dollar for a whole !
year.1HO This is the Wiskey you hear people talking about :

l IIitIX: HXEAl'PLF.S."The year-one dollar for eight hundred when they say "That Good \\ }m kcy." It haft

pineapple crop here is veryprolltatllt' and thirty-two pages. held its place at the head of the column ...

I The most popular kind Tell your friends how big and good MURPHY of High Grade Goods for many years

planted is the Spanish pine, which and cheap a paper it is. on what? 4

eo t $.'> per thousand Mips. They Besides, tell tlinm it is a democratic

.t t I plant 10,000) to the acre, use one half sheet-uncolored and uucompromisFive ) and Iroi) Wor s. IT'S MERIT :!

j ton of fertilizer, and the setting out : I .

costs about J20. With good care and Five Million Dollar Fruit Company.A I ..
cultivation 75 to 90 lira--* and Kron/.e ('att- STRAUSS & CO.
per cent come to Cuban-American Laud & Fruit ,

fruitage, which is from 16 to :CO Co. has been incorporated under the ; .: ,nwhhullId I'atlcrn

months from planting. They are New Jersey laws with a capitalization i .>.: Marineand Kail Distributors. :
shipped in crates of abut 36 to the road Eepair>> I
t of $;3.000,000.) of the capitalization
r crate anti for which at the wharf: or :! .
I I 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville Ocala FlitriI I I.j :
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. i station they are paid $:'J crate. I2,0: toooo, i is cumulative preferi I ;( I

GOOD LAND AT MODERATE COST. red stock and the balance is common. -----<.I J -

a "The average; land: here is worth The incorporators are Francis A.: I I Sjgp.wg .

from 510 to $10 per acre, depending( To Cure Cold in One
t UIOU its location and its HccesMbilityto Woodward Nutley, Alexander; : !I a Day in :Days.:
Milligan and Henry W. Brook,
Y rail and water. Day front laud is '
very high, and is used fur residence:: New York. The object of the com Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .A or\ every .

purposes only. It costs from :$50 to pany is to develop land in Cuba, Million boxes soW! in past 12 months. This Signature, {D. : /r2' bOX. 2Sc.

f luO per acre to clear pine lands" operate plants and deal in fruit ..,. .. '

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TRAIN STRIKES SLEIGH. I IN HOUSE AND SENATE. I Florida Products on the Ma kets.
ASSEMBLING OF THEBRITISHPARLIAMENT The following are the latest .specials)

Accident to Pleasure Party-One Kill Proceedings of the National Body cf from the j'lu-cs! uaniwl :
ed and All Injured. Lawmakers. WHISKEY HOUSE
Salt Lake: Utah Feb. 17,-A Urge :, Washington Feb. 17.-Wten the ATLANTA. ,
double sleigh containing! a party of I! house net today Mr. Kern (Ill.) I All Florida truck is in goad demand.

: Promises to Be Important ten young people was struck by a Rio :; attempted is a privileged matter, to I Grt'tn"eIdaLh.1 with exception of Gainesville rind Ocala. Fla.
Session -
Grande Western passenger train here call up a resolution requesting the secretary j f 0
r. One.NEW early today. The sled nas :hurled :, : of war to investigate the allegation eats.uge, on the to..rket. New York -

-- through the air for 1W) feet and demo .i ished. that the East St. Louis Bridgeand eahbllge is selling for fre ihl. Florida \.

RULES OF PROCEDURE One of the party was instant- Construction company had formed oranges, 176 to 216, m good demaud ; -
ly killed and none escaped injury. a pool with a competitive corporation. I : -
The dead sellingat37: i box. S"' *et potatoes c _
Witter, Will Likely Be Rapidly Dis- are: and report to congress. The speaker 1 M' '-....
Miss Pearl Qualles, aged 17. ruled thai the resolution was notprivileged. in good iJeitiHUd also; yellow yams, I = .
pCKd of-Guard! Scandal Which Is The injured: 75 (.< Me oushtl. ; : a. '

l"cltr.1I Public Interest, Wil! Be H. Fulmer, cut about head and body. Ths; being committee suspension :!.
: =
t Date. Miss Fulmer, his sister, badly day Mr. Wagner (Pa.) then moved the I CHICACSO. :r: _i= =_=
I D.itus-ed at Early i't1'F
f bruised! passage under suspension of the rulesOf Florida orau-r s, moderate supply. ..... 'JJ-
t >v.. l .rk. Feb. 17.-The British par- William Bailey, internal injuries. the senate bill to amend the act of Preferred best ': -- r-
by trade also Ju "** I ..
1ta it'r.' a'l:! aricble today. The Lizzie Stoker, cut and bruised. March 2, ]!M3. to compel common carriers J. _.i
fruit Cal. slow alt'. fair ;
.U'IJ ;irumisti' u> be a most important William Randall cut and bruised. to c uip their cars with automatic Pineapples .1iID.Blors -
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rt,i->t. '!-tit uf The Tribune. Miss Addle Haigaese, internal in the bill would compel the railroads Florida eggplaiit light supply, fcell- -
She drat l'iaine after the debate juries. to equip with coupler's tenders, -. -
V oe the ad.MIt in reply to the king'siprr L L. Huber cut and bruised. which had been held not to be cars I iug well when uice. Offerings green ". A\inrsiK: 'In'%('11 111:1:11 ;.

I <'h *ili; be the completion of the A. Holmes, driver of the sleigh, is and would also require a more general peassmall, deiunud limited. Louis-

j.'ru.-' of procedure, and the genera probably fatally injured. >'I. use of airbrakes. II iaua Lead lettuce, moderate supply. FINE WINES, WHISKIES and BRANDIES.My .

..! 'II that the matter will be Miss Quarlles was sitting on the The Senate. f .ooRytor Bourbon at..... _...............$1.75 :My f. oo Gin
drive Good sells! well common slow. Florida ..... .......,, ....., off
die, ,. '; of rapidly. The supple- ? feat and the pilot of the engine Soon after the senate met today the My 2 so ? :'i My J oo : at't
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My 3.00 :iso :My 2,50"
Br.jr: > ..stimatea must be dealt withIn siiuck; the sleigh precisely where District of Columbia appropriation bill lighter: supply. My \,oo ............ ....... ...... 300 My 300" '. .. .. _
she ...................... ..... .. ..
'J.) .- tr-t fw weeks in order that was sitting. was sent to conference Messrs. Allison MyzooGinat .... 1,75 My 4.00' .. J
Hair.- ,;. the Florida ,green beans, liberal supply, My 2.50" ............................................. j.ou :My 4 oo New England Rum at. .. ...., ....-. J
be drl"er83 .
j the jo-I: i may introduced at theJ.t internally Quay and Cockrell being named as
I .. ,.r! April. injured: and is in a critical condition.The yonferees.Mr. demand tame. Wax, moderate supply The tin:': aiul Ke:: Trade lade a Siiccial Featuro.

t1\ ,.- !,,. ,:> \'ej that the way will be other members of the. party were Quajy offered a resolution which firm. Cuban green aud wax, .
In sending your orders always send enough to covert cost of jugs !Itll-g Iloa j. *
.. .: .: :.-r the introduction of the sitting in the rear portion of the sleigh.To rent overfi the rule declaring it to easy, Mexican wax very common, -gallon lug 150-gallon;; jug. ;Jsc.3-galloniug.35c.: kegs.$1.I .
!::.:. ,III: Mil immediately after the keep out the roid they hacVoveredtheir 3e the rule of the senate that a date sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in FILrida.btClD.... I give lao dC'
clow Shallots liberal est goods and lull measure.atnalorderwiltconvinceyoulhat"wearetbepeopte"
quiet supply.
l ii.] bu get i hut the London educational lu,;, 3s crab: blankets ana had no and hour prior to the second of March Term.-ra.bwithtbeorder.
bii.: Bill: out be laid before the house intirtatloi: : of apr:caching danger. thould be fixed for a final vote upon Florida tomatoes, fair sale when re \"our.anxioustovlee. J F. EDWARDS.

net. aft r the Easter holidays. the statehood bill. packed. Supply: smaller, stocks meet
Tht- piar<:. scandal, which is excita WANTS TO CNET CALLOWS. A resolution was agreed to callingan
demand. --_ ____ _u_ u_ __-J
] ( jmi'Jir! ;: interest to an unusual de- the president for information regarding -
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ir-r ;let nun. it almost certain to be Henry Cryant, Sentc-eS to Hang Refuses the present status of the Islet ( I CISNATI. (s

i Alt j.scii j at an early date. BromleyUnrn.mrt Ail: Food. >f Pines, and what government is exercising Cabbage receipts heavy, demand
member for Macclesgfleld: Moue.: : Ga., Feb. 17.-John Henry authority and control in said WE MEAT
.*. a.i iiinofii hit Intention'to ask Bryant, te negro now in ColQuitt island; what instructions, if any regarding quiet, $1 lower on track. Florida

\ tor it., rehabilitation of Colonel Kin- county j :.1; charged with the murder of :said island were given at the I string beans light demand, unchanged / To grow etr >ng. Uukee wtgalt

Ioth.&: a nm.-h injured other who Dan Burkner last August will pay time the military occupation of Cuba quality at wide rau e. Head lettuce good meat we well let
kiea 01>11.1111! of the abuses occurring the .sa.y:: for his crime on the gallows by the United States was terminated; may
in :lib raiment. The government Friday March 20, if the law Is and what action, if any has been receipt now fancy ; tInt mi it alone. There in uo if*.tti
tak-I ::51
wii.: pMhly" : appeal l to the house to permitted to take its course. en for the protection of the extra fancy : poorer stock dull rev ; in tough meal-intdof,lv7. -
)Mir the affair absolutely in the However, it looks now as if the gal- of citibens of the United States who I eipta light. Cauliflower easieroc a
ucla of lArd Roberts. tows will be cheated oat of its vic have purchased property and settledin 'A k '1'' :1 M ins, it taken strength to
Urn. ; the Isle of Pines. 1 over, well supplied. Florida touiaoea j i piJ t : it. It pays to be d..1

INCREASE IN TAX VALUES. Bryant hag refused to take food for Mr. Lodge then called up the Philippine arrivals. in better shape, di'uiaud'j I buying DE'at-btt aura
i week and declares he will starve currency bill. .
rather than hang. goal; for fancy, $1 to *l. lJ higher. 1 r'< y the lest-tender and e..$...
Fin Shoeing by City Tax Assessors S.ra
c of Columbus, Ga. He was convicted at the September SETTLED OUT OF COURT.WlnjrHanr.a.C3Id.ell KANSAS CITY. "t Pay a little morel ir need lbe esd
''i P (.,''timtiuk Ga., Feb. 17.-The reportof term of court and his attorneys have G
Lemons and rather blow
% oranges, Lt put something iD your.....
!.. .ty tax auessors shows the made several attempts to have his sen. Trouble Has
tence ale. A few strawberries coming and I '!2L which: will put fled on jrewe ,
4; |ri *: iL rt.aie of taxable values for reduced to life tmpirsonment. Been Satisfactorily Arranged.
any "4 jtir in the history of Coluni When they announced to him last Charleston. W. Va., Feb. 17.-After tiling, fairly well, even at prices [ K. !yea bones and fctroDg Hood to ,...

1 bus Saturday that his case was hopeless: the excitement of the last two days isked.. G g AI heart.EDWARDS .
Ti.. inrreaa in the value of cityr he broke down and wept, and has since after the meeting of John H. Winder YINXEAl'OLIS.Florid. .

.a.t> cter the assessment of a year persistently refused to eat. and Dan Hanna with W. C. Caldwell, 1 BROS.f
: Mo wa 1878.100! or 11.1 per cent. The He is weakening rapidly and if he of Wheeling chairman of the house strawberries in light supply,

Mti!<- taxable property in the city, cannot be persuaded to take nourish. J judiciary committee, in a hack early demand fair on choice or fancy and 1 ffi StiilU :2 ami ,1 City MarKtt. Ocahi I'la.

,. Melinite of the personal property ment he will not last many days longer. 'last Saturday morning, it was stated firmer Poor and green unsalable.
which! ii given In separately, is vaBi today that "everything had been settled e- g c,7ili, : :, :\!1iG! : "0jj;; <.
at W.H1.7W. out of court." and that there will PHILADELPHIA. "
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Of for 11.+11 per cent increase in viM .- BUDCHIST PRIEST'S ADVENTURE. be no investigation of local officials Florida strawberries coming regu \
JAS.M.( ;iAHAM I'n'.idt-IIL ( ;JK: >. \V M\ 1'1.: VI..P'..
*. a;i; per cent is due to improve- by the legislature as had been state. i larly. Condition generally only fair. ,
MUS in the way of new buildings. Penetrated Forbidden L'Hassa, but Winder and Hanna are said to have '
AMIUoBi to manufacturing plants Finally Had to Flee. i made statements to Caldwell that are BUFFALO. 33 I

Mr whllt 7.16 per cent is due to the Victoria B. C., Feb. 17.-'According !satisfactory and the latter also wants :New vegetables coming in freely, The First tioiiaanyOF
to mail advices from Kobe *the matter dropped.
KBeral nhancement of real estate I a Japanese I but goal demand and wove quickly
wlut all along the line. During the Buddhist priest who left there six The most unfortunate thing in the
previous year the increase was 9.03 j I years!" ago to penetrate to Forbidden sensational affair: was the use of the ]liermuda potatot-s lower. Florida: GAINESVILLE.The .

;per rent. L'Hassa, in Thibet, has returned, hav- :name of W. A. Clark Jr., son of Sento I, >s scarce ; hi.h ?r.Don't .

LIlt yt.tr Muscogee county led the ing accomplished his purpose, but sus- :ator Clark, when he was not here then _- --- Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
Mat with! the greatest increase in taxable picion being attracted toward him, he 'or any other time. ,
was compelled flee for his Capital . . . . . . . . . . . .150,000. *
values, and with the city makil to life. He
r rr. and Undivided Profits. . . . . 69Dotswcelusiively
tra'eiedIa India BOLD HOLD Surplus 2OU'
sub Darpceteng 1ffA
( a spit! adld showing it is probable to UP. 'r1 .._ '"..".'"" ____ ,.,::f
: that the county will make a very where he remained two years in orderto !1//r.: -,./.!=-=.fh--:
ftfie showing again this year. acquire the Thibet language. Then Highwaymen Make Merry In South 1 "' -;"J' ". state. Solids the aecouuts of Farmer Men-hituU, l'.rtarelkme,
disguising himself as a lama he cut State Street Chicago Saloon. < 'kk t::-.,-:--.., (;!' : :-"!fE>; d. :ow Etc. Interest allowed hyppecisjl l urraueemeut.. All i>u.inwtransacted .

WIFE SLAIN HUS3ANO HELD. himself from his friends and after a Chicago, Feb. 17.-Seven men wen-1 I f" .- -*l mz ..A.. promlitly.tol II. E. TAYLOR CaiUM.The .
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journey which occupied! a year and held up. robbed and marched at the : I "'=/1. : : -,_
Ytting Mrs Cook Killed With Ax Near was marked by great hardship, his life point of revolvers into the ice box in : p riF-d."f.i-i'.f\;'i ; ;;f' ::JM'_ .,.. ;; oJI .- r
. Hailehurtt, Ca. being imperiled many times he reach. a South Slate street saloon today and! i I ;- .. ,,,' 'J<., '
t. TIul l.-j. Oa. Feb. 17.-Mrs. Frank ed L'Hassa and remained there two keDt prisoners for half an hour, while 5 F:4"K 7v.J.J-!;.'...,' [l":' .ili-,t'm'- 12 i" ,J Florida Fertilizer :Manufacturing Co.

C..i. II'd! lit years, married only six years before becoming an object of sus- their cantors deliberately sampled Ii t. ,.fif-., .:::: ,.,.,-!.t;. : ';--;' ;- 'Li l
picion. lIe fled and after almost insurmountable qucrs behind the bar. p' \}
asuaths .
W. and lesidlne with her | < :! : 't. ') ; !- : Gainesville Fia.
difficulties There: were six customers and the t' ... :... ,
'u"nc husband a few miles from Ha- escaped to : >.
tlrhurtt, m this county, was found India and thence went again to Kobe. barkeeper in the saloon when the j t:... .p i : rJ Ji' 1t :

dead a: her home Saturday morning. He has since learned that some of three young men entered compelled,l j /:.,:},{.-.' .j'.Cho".J. Grade Fertilizers
She .u evidently murdered. It i is those who aided bin in L'Hassa have them to line up and submit to being i j) i. f f n. ,-A1": { High

teUvfd that the fatal blow was given been imprisoned. The object of the searched. When attention was attracted ::.:' t. .'" ., -f.j.--r
I I't -) : ,, Ff'
tub an ax. ** ber skull was crushed.It pilgrimage was to obtain information to them by their firing revolvers : J : ;" :
was at first thought that she had about relief subjects. the highwaymen were emerging i ,\\r ... ; ,.-'II. .,: f'1 Especially: adapted to Florida soils and products. 8"1

't ton aa i ulted and then killed by her rr !| from a saloon opposite and a chase en. I, ,7'. t \.'.;: ..., !-JO".-v...>... """ i Z Brands for Fruits. Potatoes, Melons, Cotton Lettuce Cute

awailar.t! to conceal his crime.It Scheme of Carnegie) Trust. sued, resulting in the capture of two l'2 fV I'" :v i" ):, Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price ....
\\t now learned that recently she New York Feb. 17.-The Carnegie of them. r (::io'J 4&w1: Lo

W4 'traed from her husband and trust will issue today, according to The i I ',.oz:1: -
be Tribune's London advices 'i ...'.; t- &; .-, :;;
t I. a scheme Wholesale Vaccination Ordered. I "
*ul pvrtfd of the crime from the 1 t : lC""
I I ..:; ., v _," ., v llizhol ('.....11 Ilice111 Fur Drj June*.
Hut that bloodstains: have been discov- which it says is drawn for the endowment 1 Uniontown, Pa., Feb. 17.-The great y. ', ,,' :
:1-1 "',"" '. ttJ I IV. ('..il lilrrll". .tht'ut. th .t..l''l')"!,
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ire] of post graduate in prevalence of smallpox in the ;t>
I upon his shirt bosom. study Scot cotta region :-I "" :' ,'.I'.l: 'j..._-: ir"-- '
The woman seems to have been ter- tish universities. Besides grants in has prompted the officials! of the J
the old -- -- --- -'- --- -- -- ------
rib;)' h, 4ten and the nkilled. Cook aid of special researches it includes H. C. Frick Coke company to it-no an I[ forget man -- .
$U't that on his return home from scholarships and fellowships in the order calling: for ue( free vaccination I' ', irh! the fish on his back. :isT.ii5Lsii5) 11 \ JItS..

Htr.:- tarn he I i.'i.i) !h.-: wife dead and groups of subjects-one, science and of allmpoyrs! and their; families.[ As [ For nearly; thirty years he

ki. !;oi"e> pillar- medicine; the other, history, economics the Frick company has about ::i.\1/i I \:5 been traveling around the HAN IE BROTHERS'CASH
]I r .? has he4'. arr. iti-d and will be and modern languages and litera men on its !Jay ioli.: t'lla' : on.i r: ,:ill af- !
j b."j' await fi.-r, d velopments. ture. The value of a scholarship is feet about :I/I\"I o 1 P'}]"*(.n". T n thousand j .srld: and i is still traveling MAIL ORDER HOUSE

TI. ,- .r--at ( O "'it. nt and there !is 100 pounds sterling a year. A fellowship dollars; has bean spent: in \ji'i ir.t 'rinjing; ; health and comfort

1\)') .'.r. of lyi !..II:: 150 pounds sterling, and the holder virus. Fifty physicians: in al:! !hat he .
1 of either is debarred from undertaking I'I been c-Tigagt'd and tin y will! b. ;i ia goes. Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

I 1f f K.ned Hi, Wife With Hammer. any other remunerative work except their :stupendous: task Saturday next. To the consumptive hej.ig.
fa H.' -n. Ohio Feb. 17.-Samuel I by permission. i ..- ;.;; the strength and fleshe Authorized Bottler and WholaU' I D.-al'-rs in Win. J. Letup!
K-- Coal Land Sold. Brewing Co's :5Jt.: Louis liter i
\ Kan.ster. aged 40, today killed :s: j much needs.
fo, :. -. \\A .r.- aged 30, in a most shock Arrested For Forgery. Chattanoosa. T..nn. Feb. 17.-A special I To all weak and -
la. !L...L:1'r and then cut his own Columbus Feb. 17.-Isaiah Martin, from Gatls.k-n! says that a deed i
tbr> AI lie was considered, insanely a negro, was arrested Saturday night has been filed the! re conveying a !art; : :!;'J.ren! he gives rich and 1348-1S5S Adams St. Jacksonville Fla'iMSifi

) aoi* When h's; daughter. Edith for forging an order for tools upon the lot of coal land i'i>rm<-:'lr OWUPI! by the I .jngthcning: food. : uvr t pax: "i.iriTio\\ .

arobe e nit i hunt fhe]: sent her backi Bush Hardware company, signing the Alabama State Lan.l. coninany to the To thin and :
I to > ,'< tbt-n k' "ij the door of his name of J. L. Treadway. The corn;1: Underwood Coal an j Mdr. oni and with hammer killed his pany readily saw that the order was : The transaction represented 2.7111 new firm flesh and
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"ur aui afterwards beheaded her a forgery, as it was clumsily executed ,i acres, for which $6t:(IS.34) was paLL :h red blood. .

1: bud) "th a saw. He then cut histit.iat. Martin made a break for liberty, but i The land adjoins the mines of the Children who first saw the
; was arrested. !I latter company and they will be
"II It thought late to- com'
tint that h.? would waj recover. I bined. .:i man with the fish are now I READ I

Two Tragedies In Tenncs; :. rown up and have children i

Suet For Less of Arms. Chattanooga, Feb. 17.-A special to Funeral of Dr. Curry. .i their own.
OfB.. The News .rom Johnson Tenn. Asheville, N. C., Feb. 17.-The funeral I
lioro. N. C., Feb. 17.-Fifty City I He stands for Scott's Emul- The Florida Times-Union
thou..n.t ollara! for the loss of his reports two tragedies tG ay. A six of Dr. J. L. M. Curry who died : :
ira, I. what Conductor P. J. Some year-old son of Joe Miller handling a I last night at 11:30 o'clock, will take :i.v.i of pure cod liver oil-a !

asks of th" Southern railway, in a suit gun shot and killed his sister aged 3! i place Sunday afternoon from the chap. !Ijlightful food and a natural g :

laatltut t here today in the superior rears.t Morgantown, W. Va., Jack el of Richmond college. The interment "mic for children for old folks REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I
IOtart Curtis fell from a bridge and takes place in Hollywood cemej DAILY AND Sl'XDAYOne ,
1 In aa accident about was !
one year end for all who need flesh and tI Month postage paid f (a aO I
3 ado h<> sustained! injuries which madeJ drowned. j i tery, in Richmond. The funeral serI Three Mi/nthh postage paid ....... I 50six .
J It 6<*t>' *rr to hare both of his arms I vices will be conducted by Rev. W. C. trength. Months, )postage paid ., j jo W
taken off. one at the shoulder and the Verdict Given Dr. Cook. j Bitting. D.D.. of New York assisted One Year, postage paid k.au ;
; tither above the wrist Moultrie. Ga., Feb. 17-The city I by Bishop Galloway, of the Methodist '09-415 SCOTT Pearl& BOWNE.Street Chemists.New York. 2 ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $1 50 A YEAR. e. ;,

j court has been In session here thepast i I Episcopal church, south of Mississipi 5Oc. and :51.00; all druggists. 'ftI bemi-U Serni-W etkly ceklv' Kdition EditionOne, .. six Months Year j:...=.n:1 j '

I 1 Assigns to Creditors. weJc. The case attracting i pi. A special car will convey the e .

C New York. }'l b. 17.-William COg, mast; attention was that of Dr. J. H. body to its final resting place. Notice. .
f I : V:! jtnmumcationi' and remttanct'louM! : !Lt a !Mrr- r to
Iht Tone, stock broker, trading under Cooke against the Georgia Northern
1 toe cam* of William Cossitt Cone, toy railroad, to recover $;),000 damages. Heavy Rain at Mobile. The Ocala Lodge Knights of Pythiaswill : THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, JACKSONVILLE, fIORIDa.SUZSGRIBE :

i <& t..:ipiaii fur the benefit of credi- Some time; lat year Dr. Cook's horse Mobile, Feb. 17.-A high southeast celebrate the fortieth anniversary ; I

tort, Tt, ana's business was transui becaa frightened at a Georgia Northern wind about 9 o'clock today did some of the order by a smoker at their 8 .
kt+d ihH consolidated exchange.I train and ran away, throwing hJmwut damage to flag poles, telephone; reins
'I attorney oede a ttatement to and fafllcting some injuries on k1 I' graph wires and rccc-*. and caused a Castle Hall Monday evening Feb. i3, I i

U. ret'+ct that the a*ipnm; ;>nt was ."800. Tt* case consumed more thana 'I high tide in the riv&r. There has from S:31) to 11 o'clock. Every mem !

: he ta tile .cabezzWmet of JSO, (,@ lAy aaQ sea hard fought. A verdict J been a continual downpour of rain ber requited to be present and bring

b au em.loll't". gave Dr. CooU |1CO. since last nlgtt. two friends with him. ....... ...................

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The fantastic \" ( IJI.j j <.t- whi.-! !' :. ...
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fame from: life far: tat: snd iI:> !I.:.. >" I j ..
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:3 tea root c.ini! '';S! ha\e :Son': i.' i n il- I :: a. r
t tat of n prosj! :n.,.:; i ladle; ; :.; !iii fa.- ARE : \ LE
1 populous' city; of f'rt hau.j :s: .;'ii.vfperking
j, the wale', k a ir1- .' .. r. : ; : 1
Some of the can.n i ; ,r' .!'.:>! ti" : { }:f t 1J1 11
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i t-ld tea roars and tt.i nmih't! !;: I : ; I fflr" : *:. 'A' .. y .. O { :
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1 1u I'."' I' a ::' .1 l 11L.: '3, '1 lee f.:" P" 1; i i ::: w.vw.a..n_..-.-:;,==s adssM;;:.'...-+..:=.-::::;.--=.-.-..w..w:-..+...-v-... a r,.e..o..TM.-..+....re- .::--u -;---':f'r ...4..:.. r.wcsr:""".ww..ass :_ .wo ire. :.._._ w.
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trii'il.! The riM.i$ iiiv :-'I..d: \Si\; \: 1'"In-! I'. '1!
Sid nilit-care.! 'J.ht' iii'.i.: 11/t <. ;.,1.- j| n l! : 4ta :: f I"r rs,. era\ !
tivi'fm! e from: dry: rot, <"i ,ry ard!I 1 .. BEST S I' CS B E"cr l'ni rrd ., it
$ woriu hoh's and must pic:-v '>>x a retie .till-.. e r 111 j u. L L &;n Ii: & I L' :
: symmetry. Tht-y are cuaiud! : senili- 1 .
,:, bed and scraped and! WAX! id to alioiit eta j..

r'. the desired si!":': then tho artist; with E Are the Three That Cover This Establishment
These Allies
chisel. ;:->111', luilfo and pnhers' removes I Ii 3 '
rootlets and roots until the II-;

z rote is compU'ttHi. I d. In All $8asoiS of the Year "I.;: :
F.. The slniplrat desism. is a throe l Ip'Ii ffi*- ) ) I
;' ItodcstnU of which the base is a rOIl,h e-. Gcc i I ..
cylinder of wens and knobs. Any 11m!!. _.. _____ ___ J l "Y sce.
bet c.f !eggs may le usod. A curious --
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FIH'drnen wen by the writer in theGrand ; .
hotel, Yokohama, has fifty le):s. ,..
while! the body! has been so treated as -

type to third suggest of type jH-det-tal a is horny an animal is<;'mtip the mushroom.form(>d. ,A such second as.\ Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction. There is no | :

the buffalo tiger, unicorn elephant or
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Nearly always the ('hisplls jruidul by

la humor depicted or satire., the look If of It lie piety a saint or suffering who- E reason why we shouldn't, as we run an exclusive 3 I

: is replaced! by a leer or runktn
grimace; if it IK a warrior, every limb .,....... .
and muscle is molded: so as to suggest t -O

1 prince decrepitude Quanj, is TI frequently or, a the desire Invincible jtortraywl to run away.soldier:standIng GROCERY store, and have been studying the wants | .

: on one I leg: with the other extended ---
like a professional rope balancer.New ...

I; /t York WATERFALLS Tost IN JAPAN. of the people for over ten years. If at any time you | I

I They .\Almost Conntlen. andre .... )
Used a. Skriaen.The I

i "t Countless.and where waterfalls There there of Is was one Japan not at every one are almost in turn the get anything here which is not right we ask you to 3 !

fceginuhiR the Japs have made one for t111 -
I it Is their passion. Every little garden
has a fall or two. anllt! would not be 1
considered>> a garden at all without it Tell Us Of It.
There are many very beautiful ones In
various parts of the country, and they t ....
are all of them shrines visited by e-- ....
t! .
thousands of pilgrims; : every year. They' ltd11l-- ..
do not pray to them as to a statue of f -
Buddha, but they first pass up a little .r0tl .
.... .
paper prayer on a convenient rock and ....
I then sit down in rapt attention and
gaze at the falling water for hours taking
an occasional cup of tea at a little

I teahouse hand. which always stands close at. -- 38 VARIETIES OBELISK FLOUR \

The Jape are great at making plgrimages t'l -- .....
1 anyway. When a wan has
i reached the age of forty-five, he is supposed '
I to have raised a family which! I
will in the future take care of him E:: The Best |

About the first thing he does on retirIng ,
I is to start on a series of pilgrimages :: ...

I pilgrims Sometimes, or,he if joins comptratin'lyl'lIlth a baud of fellow\ )'.. I ::::: If you want satisfactory canned goods you must depend That Money 2' t

I I he sometimes\ takes his wife and! a mil

l nor child and makes the pilgrimages by. ::: upon the name of the brand. There is no way .....
J himself. These pilgrim; bands can always
I IK seen moving about the couu ems- Can Buy!I 3 .
try. They carry little banners with the o- to tell. You can't taste, smell, feel nor see. ::
name of their city and district markedon _
/tl; ...
them, and when have received
I I good entertainment they at a teahouse or :' Buying Canned Goods is like buying "a pig in

I Lotel they hang one of their banners up I>- ....
la a conspicuous place as a testimonial.: : know what you're getting. You can depend onBrand
a bagn-don't
Often a baud of pilgrims will travel 1 "

from. visiting one end every of the temple country and to waterfall the other TH EST A f f 0 F LIFE"Owes

In the land. : The Famous / -

Scarce Fgg.. t --4

The eggs of some common birds of E: "Royal Scarlet .
the present day hate never been found.
There is the robin snipe; its eggs have
never been Sl't'nn English: zoologist; E its name to the nutriment

kept a man going up and down the
I coast of Labrador for weeks purposelyto -4
get a robin snipe's egg but it was in12111.
E in the Flour from
\ The bird is known by thousands which it is
of people, but it breeds so far north ---- ---- -
and so remote from any civilization
to thllno its nest scientific ere the observer young can lire ever hatched get == made Good bread can only be

and have taken to wing. The frigate: -- -d
bird that is so commonly seen at wa
on the Pacific and off the West Indies VARIETIES
I la such a solitary bird and is so seldom made of Good Flour I I41'
seen in its nest during the hours of daylight
: that its egg is rare It seems I .-...
!f I strange, but the eggs of so well Lnown
a bird as the sandpiper have never illII ,
been found and are almost priceless. !

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that one can't understand. One is that SEED IRISH POTATOES I ea&
: you catch a cold without trying; that if
you let it run it stays with you, and 1 If ""'" ,
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