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 27, 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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System ID: UF00048734:00210
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A Rival by Request. I Silver Tea Tuesday. I 1" aY'a..YttXi't1 "r. .L YY... i.aYa.S.Y,1'! ,r-1 0" atiil- ......"'

THE OLD FZLf: fBLE Juite :a large audience listened to 'I The spacious home of Jlrl and Mrs.: f 'I LOSS 1011 I %MT ,

I the above performance'luesd night. 11. A. Ford was thronged all Tuesday r .
Dance and German Enjoyed at the I .
II I The following was the cast of charters afterueon with vk-itors, the occa- 'I One man in Marion county recently l host hh {KH'feet book :
IJ I IJ Armory Last Night. ,
I ;\ containing :ifoOO.OO) ) null another has had hit hidden .
f I : sion Imiug the second silver tea given a ; : solo ua
fj1l On account of the inclement
very II I ft
I ff silver burned with his dwelling Isn't it Unit to UM Jentieth
Walter Pierson..C. L. Anderson by the Building Fund Association ..
.., weather Monday there were only a I century methods, and hire a safety box which i is proof ax_iu>t
< ) R. McKean Grace church. These *
Smith..0. Episcopal
few spectators! at the dance at the Wlnthrop fire and thieves. '

. I Robert Burnett..C. V. :Miller monthly socials have been institutedby
I 0-- armory which was given by the young I tIt

I} of Ocala but large Briij.tmiu Brings . .J. J. ieriar all of the churches and are very I : 1TNROI: & CH:1MRLI ft S,
(, ., society men a I
'ii J 1V..o \- Lord Albert Anthony :McMullen pleasant atiairs and always bring in a 11 VN.KEn .
.: : number of the young people were -f
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., T. B. Snyder nice sum to add to the church treas OCALA FLO I1)A.
1'. present and the affair wai particularly "

, .... I\h ra: \ enjoyable.The Alexander Muggins .. A. E. Ceri:? uries. I ... 11\ l' .... .... 4." \-.a. .. fo fo- .. tl' yo.4' -. "..,. .... t!'.......

Miss L. E. The tea at Mrs. Ford's yesterday ...
:; i! decorated Mrs. Burnett. Uamsby I -
: armory was very prettily ..
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b I Margaret nurneU.. Ii.ss Lena Bullock afternoon was a particularly! delight
r 51YJ with lldg?, bunting and palms I

IMI\\.rw..r.U .f... I I and was u very attractive scene. The Mrs. Briggs. Irs. Go.lfrey Moyers. ful one. HotIsOSLotsaI'I1is Braves

I Eliza Briggs Miss Meta Jewett The gracious hostess was assisted in
P'I. music for the dance was!: furnished by I ,
PJ! } .'. R Mrs. Chatterton. .Mrs. F. L. Watson receiving the guests by Mrs. C. H. '
. 1 : t. { *:; Prof:H. I,. Xorthcutt. 'I''I'I
Where all did so well we hardlyfeel Tydings, I'lsses Emily Ford and
'ri AbsofuPureTHERE Shortly after nine o'clock the dance I I For Salt' Kent or Lea-e. ('a*h or on Timi
in making distinctions Esther Weathers.
justified I
was begun and eight dances-two-
is K!SUBSTITUTE but th'er ict was general that our After a short while spent ia the
I steps and waltzes alternating-Here I

indulged in. Light refreshments: I home talent i in s<> good that professionals reception room the visitors: were invited J. STARR STERNBERGER.If .

from'I' will be at a discount and disadvantage into the dining room where delicious
, M,.... .'ul1... hm. returned, a connoting: of wafers and chocolate
I visiting Ocala. chocolate, coffee, sand wichei',
served the The
then to
Miriam Pasteurat were guests.
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I I : Keally this was one of the best per- cheee and crackers were served. you have any property that is not paying a good
I Barlow.M German was then danced until after I
Ocala has had this teasou Mesdames Herbert Crook and H.
midnight and was led by Mr. I II interest call on me and see the difference.

1 I r aut1rs.Ton1Ayereametipfrom 1 I Stephen Jewett and LIMB Esther I' and was thoroughly enjoyed from I II I B. Cark: ou presided at the table and .. s.rT
LakeVir 'rut" ,Jay and are guests DlO.t. start to finish. I were assisted by Mi=..es Little, ------ --- -
\Veathvw and of the ; ...
was one I I P-'I""'''' r.-- -' -. I s1'tr 11srb8C7a1/
Alfred We wish that time and Alice Reedy Linda Smith Georgia
1 of \Ir. and Mrs. Ayear.Mis enjoyable ever danced in Oeala. A space permitted I : :
us to throw a bouquet of roses 'tSumli: Elisabeth Smith, Sue Barco TRUNKS !
: nuiiiber the llaures were new and I j
'f I.iul Mho attends school at The
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at the feet of each one ou the program Emma Foster, Meta Jewett and Mona t
'. number
all were unusually vreti A Da you trrvel Doy"uautu good irunk'
itMtfndioga few daysith
OriNiido. but as doth forhid it, we hope lliller.I i I We have & lot of good trunkihat we will
of souveulrb for the occasion were I IA
her |prr-ut..,'B"v. an-1 Mrs. Henry \V. and offer at I-I'l'eialll'w j-ricet. while tht-y lit-!. Ocala I
given the young ladits. The programs thry will! believe us si net-re in saying I Rev. Mr. Little was present

Llitl" that each dtserved it. I added much to the afternoon's pleas Good Metal Trunk $2.00
for the evening were noticeably 1 A Good Canvas Covered Trunk S3.00
Mr. E II. who has been The orchestra added 1 .-ly to the ure. furniture
attractive! being painted with different arg! I A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00
1 j r riidini,!g the pact( : few weeks in O ala I ereumg's entertainment and consisted The Murderess Committed. Leather bound brass: trimmed trunk at proporiiona -
detains, com.aeuotrative
(patriotic ] jinee--.
1 '_ r"IHru.I\\l utt'tlay to hU home in of the birthday of George of Missftertie l'ej>er, pi,too; Mr. : Willie Lillie Brown, who shot her Also valises and l travelint baL!'-. Company

IIt!) I'-tt\'IIII\h.cta. Fishel Mr. W. W. These are all UK; BAUUAINSand( have
. a 1 Wahiugtun.Thib Leon piccalo; ; husband lit the ace factory Thursday i other bargains

: j Mr. r. 1'. }hrath: left Tuesday was one of the most thoroughly Condon, violin ; Mr. Ray Ahrortb, ufteruoou, killing him instantly, was .1

,1 f fr, Tunpa, where she will Spend' dtliKbiful of the many functions that cornet ; Mr.I Carl Weihe, flute. I tried before a jury of inquest Satur: AT SM TH'S OCALA FLORIDA

: Moan iiu I: with her niece, Mrs. B. 11. have been given in Ocala this season. The Stve Contest. day. =, .--._ ... ----' .---- -e..rr..r. 3
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4 1 Dar" The following t're the participants I Judge 'r. D. Crawford acted as
f, : from in the German : The contest for the Junior Buck I\i coroner and summoned a jury composed 1 "ifilf" "llfilf" "lIIIiiIf1!" "11i" 't"Pi" "l111IN" fl11t11" '11111111" f1,''r""111i" ,,!
'i ,It... I Hardy Croons came up Range: which has been going on i in i i iMRS.

' route to her Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow.Mr. : of the following gentlemen : 3
1 Brllllk'iI! Tuesday: en : these columns for some weeks in an L. T. TOMPKinS'

,, Imiw in TaliHli S.ee aril stopped anti :Mrs. F. L. ",\'at80n.Ir. advertisement sent in by II. 1J. lItS- I Messrs. J. E. Daily, George Smith: J.

1 ) Jewett and Miss Esther D. Williams F. W. Ditto L. F. Ballard -
, 1 over until today to visit her brother Ftephen ters' Department Store terminatedwith I PArlOUS MILLINERY !

,, I 1 II.i.11 1 "i liters in this city, Mr. Joe II. Weathers Saturday's paper. I and P. C. Davis. -
, 1 hell I ruts the Misses I i Bdl. Mr. C. L. Anderson and Miss Elisabeth The coupons were quested to be I The jury of inquest made thorough -- --
, ai- Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If ,.HI; are bard to":=3
tMiiith of Thornttsville Ga. in which -- -
investigation doing they
sent into the store on Monday, and I there her and convince thatrg
Mr.V.. Ent'uoflcIntub was ::; please, go ; style wllIl'll'd..e you you
: Mr. B. K. Thrower, Jr., of Gainesville the polls! closed promptly at 3 o'clock I consumed. the greater part of the day :: you are not hunt to please only have uut found hel'ire the style :US 1
, fcBd said: the bloom i -
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'J I of I the 1 orange graves around UH vicinity Ky. I The contest excited considerable : returned a verdict saiing -::- s-ortmeut in the city, and most complete. Her novelti and =5

, Ireiuiuder of the "good old Paris will this is th- most fashion- 4
;p patterns readily explaiu why
,J Mr. S. E. Hiller, and Miss Emma I but that William Brown, deceased, fiiiiei
, ," and mafcri true the saying that interest among many little girls I == able place to buy youi wiuu head wear. Mn.Toutpkindelfortd ::Zi
, \ 1 da: Foster, of Philadelphia. i i to his death from a pistol hot wound -- -
itself." j eventually narrowed down between i ::r: have succeeded in establishing H busiue; w nrrr foundation in :::

.,I "b lOf! "n'. ill repeating Mr. A, II. Coburn, JtI, of Princeton, i i little Miss Nellie Uottleib and Miss I the pistol being in the hands of the ,| :Z: founded upon a rock. Rer priueipU' of tn.di" < uO' that will Z2I _

counsel far N. J..ana Miss Mona Hiller. I! Ellen aforesaid Willie Lillie Brown. I g"-:: \ield a benefit everjone You want to kuo' .\..in are well A. i
: 'I r. o, 1'. Green, leading Clarks>>n. t
I Mr. T. 11. Harris of Jacksonville 't I the \ ::: dressed ; quality and styla give that satisfaction.! Y ,u ran buy ::3I
, Mr! Htlru Wilmana-Post, and her The result of the contest, which !II I Whereupon wuaiar was remanded -
I I :; : your millinery from Mr.-- Tompkins and know you "fe in line rI ::
, Miss Sara Harris. the await the
, 3 Ini't.aml t C. C.Post; left for Jacksonville : was conducted by Messrs. Fred Gas- I to county jail to I I ::::: with the be.-t. A perfect sal1l'ftI'IiulI and n Might! '" .'nieni3

f rJt Tuesday to consult with his Dr. W. II. Powers, Miss Violet Harris. I kill and George Pasteur, showed thatMiss I I sitting of the grand jury at the spring I I :;. ;: plite. You will ken vtiir nwut')'4 worth and! intyie! =3 '

fr a.,.. 'lit-, JllIli1tI l, )Ir. Horatio Rhbe-e! Nellie had received 2,681"oU.'s : term of the circuit court. I :-:: thrown in.Corner ..ollth \:!Ilan"a?In'd end\ Kt A\tn.K- Ol'p".k I.u1'.' .11 ...I-hr: vIIIIIIItl1lldllllllllJlllUtllllllillsilllllllli -:
.t Mr. G.C. Pasteur Miss Alice lf, I --
ill a. (I.. the new indictments, found 'edy. aud Miss Ellen _,559. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin 1.1.0. I !, llllluEUlllltllllllNfi, '
Mr. Robert Matbews :
: aicaiii-t\ them at the resentterni of the Miss Johnnie Among the scattering coupon;",Mib8 !! \Vaverly, Texas, writts: "Of a -

Ilf lull- states court at Tamp Ijddou. Ethel Hall received 50i; Miss MeaKV. i morning, when first rising, I often ", Si'tt:.. ? t. t t a -i. .'e. , IYttl. ftlt
Mr. C. V Miller Ml Masie Bul- I'
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and Davis 16. -
4fi Miss 8ar
: and Mrs Biggs find a troublesome collection of I CLUB i-O: USE.
: Oil. \\ N. CuupIr. f.IE i
I As so much interest was manifestedin
Sirs. Jack lock.Mr. phlegm, which produces a cough, and !
Mr. and .
..' t'Ureuf Camp, : J. H. Mathews,, Miss Valeta this another will be .
contest one
I is very bard to disloge; but a small 4
: Oamp; MiLueie Camp, of Albion, Potter. Z: OPPOSITE COVHT HOUSE. :
announced in a day or two.
9 aud their \Mlor, Misses Jessie and Mr. "". Wheeler, Miss Sue Barco. quantity ofBallards! Horehound Syrup ; Ocala, Florida. ;

9 tuflolk! Va. will ut onge disloge it, and the troubleis #
Strikes Rich Find.
AuuiiNurmey, of a
Jlr. G. H. Ford Miss Hattie .
: Dye.Mr. I
9 I know of medicine that Cuisine: First CIa:;:!";. Rates H.pat Zollahlt'. !
9 and Mm 1'ullie l> kl"! of Mariana, J. 11. Taylor, Miss Emily Ford. "I was troubled forseveral years w ith over. no 4 .

9 the O ala I i is equal to it, and it is so very
at debility
chronic and THROUGHOUT.
furuiwi a pleasant party Mr B. S. ""eathersJiss, Gertie I indigestion nervous REFURNISHED

9 Perada.Mr. writes F. J. of Lancaster I pleasant! to take. I can most cordially ....
., HOUM- Muuday.LtTStturdsy. Green -* Special Rates By Week or Montle..r .
9 E. J. Crook, Miss Roe Fox, of X. II., "No remedy helped me un- recommend it to all persons need- .
9 night, January -4, Atlanta.Mr. ing medicine for throat or lung T1 -
til I began using Electric Bitters, : .
9 9 m (K-al, darK bay filly five ;years : L. R. Chazal: Miss Georgia bles." Price a5cWe, fl.ui tr0:1-1 -: 1IP.S. THOS. J. BARNES' PROP. *,
which did me more good than all the ,
: old, part of mane hangs on one side Smith. The Anti.Monopoly Drugstore I .-..... . . . . ;. 1 . . .. ...A
medicines I ever used. They ba\"eaoo -
. oi uek and pin on the other white Kontauk Ladies'i Quartet. I ---
Best tinniest on Earth kept my wife in excellent health for ----- --.- -. -- --
: 'It tit mi foreheadvire cut afar! -1 D. Baldwin The Montauk Ladies' Quartet will
Henry Supt. City years. She says Electric Bitters are I
. \ inii f-tottk! and hoof on one hind Water Hbullsburg Wia. appear at the opera house in this city :
Works just. splendid for female troubles; that ,

: 'rg:, i I It! ':.in place on back near shouldtr.A writes; "I have tried many kinds of they are a grand tonic and invigorator !i next Tuesday evening, March third i I THE NEW DRUG STORE

JJ r. \\.rd of tit: ) will be paid for re- liniment, but have never, received for weak, run down women. No other i I under the auspices of the Lyceumassociation.

.-. ,' Addwt B. J. Cain, tbady, I I II I). H. BROWN) M. D., Proprietor,
: rat 1) i> much benefit until 1 used liallard's I ;
medicine can take its place in our I
f6 ru 2.67t Snow Liniment for rheumatism and I This quartet consists of the follow 3
. : family. Try them. Only 5He. Satisfaction ) I-I.

\V,' -lh.it- sieknewJ in this I pains. I think it the best liniment on guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly ing: Miss May Maxon and Mi.-s now open and ready to serve the puMic with PunFnsh,

: are curry eartn." 25o, Sue, and $1.00 bottle at Drug 1 Elinore Colette, soprano, and Visa >l Dru at the corner of South Magnolia stn-et and ft. King
, <.fli.'r j>r.'veuted u> trom besng present Stone Nanette Hammond and Miss Hl'lene. I avenuu We have a pretty line of IfOLllMY ( i JX( >|IS: in
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the Anti Monopoly Drug m
: at the Knights of l'Jthias'llloktr" Reading Club. contraltos. Stationery. Toilet Articles. Perfumery. Toy:,. Etc.. whichwe i

. and are extremely i j I Taylor, invite shoppers to inspect: before making their p r,'haw>,
Mou.lsy night of the read I
Golden Wedding.We An interesting meeting These ladies have the most flattering

: carry to have mis-wl the feast of reason club held with Misses Lena I
are pleased to acknowledge an ing was press notices from all over the .

,-. and Itoof soul. We know enjoyedMr. that invitation to the fiftieth anniversary and Masie Bullock Tuesday after- country and a splendid treat is in ; CAREFUL COMPOUNDING' OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIALTY I I1t.

fJ we should have particularly of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. William noon. store fur the music lovers of our city.

Sternberner's wonderful ,,,,",,=__;..<.,,,.-, '1'l!: '7 ""I= "" "",,, 'o.---- =-i
: ; Starr Wallace Clark which will occur Jean Ingelow and Miss!; Mulock were The tickets will be on sale at the

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_ on Monday evening:, March 19th, studied at this meeting. Post Office Drug Store as u-ual. -- ----- -

: "I 1 feel as if I-rhould fly :o piece" at S o'clock at Fon du Lac: Wisconsin.: Jean Ingelow's "Divided" was read I IT IS NOT PRICE, BUT QUALITYThat

I II How often those word- are on awoiuiu's I Mrs. F. A. and I Fined for Violating the Game Law. I
,I I Mr. Clark was formerly a large by Teague waa very The
to the John Graham was arrested:: by
I lip:,!. They express
holder in this state as was much enjoyed.
:) uttermost the nerve racked condition property I Gamewarden Huts-on and tned'before Makes IDEAL FERTILIZERS: Chc-ajxjst
his father dating back to territorial Miss Violet Harris read a very interesting
life daily
of the { which makes a
.m Uidy, 'Famous Judge Crawford Tuesday for violatingthe I
paper on I
,.t iiuriyrdroia. times. laws and was fined $30 andcosts.
_t If thi condition bad came suddenly A golden anniversary i is something of England." game I Of any fertilizers !sold in the; state They are i' ade for

:: it would l have been unbearable. out of the ordinary and this paper 'urrent events were discussed after Florida crops. Prices and Circular! nque.t.WE .
Hut the trausitiou was gradual. A Judge Crawford is determined to see
. extends it congratulations to the which the club adjourned to meet
little more drain each day of th" \'iI31J' that the game laws of the state are
next week with Miss Minnie Gamsb '. INVITE CORRESPONDENCE
It'11)' WOIIIHU would he glad to !happy ('OUI.i{.'. } respected. -
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) I* rid (.f such a condition. Every ----
A Vises cf the Stork.A You know what you are taking. Notice.

,)1 nUt wom
with his G. Wake Wells Friday Chill Tonic because the formula is
by Dr Pierce's treatment and of Florida will \be held at the 3Iiiiuru-tiirers of Ideal Fertilizers! and Special trop Formula
when local plainly printed on every bottle showing
: Prescription" night. i Leesburg, Fla., on
Bank Building,
that it is simply Iron and Quininein ..J.CliSOX'I.I.I'I.OHnu.
failed to cure.
II had entirely contains Mr. Emmett Robinson has accepted : a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay Wednesday, 11th March, 1003, at 12:15 !
I. "Favorite Prescription": OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.
, ; H. S. BVDD, Sec'y.
with the Ocala Sews Depot. Price, 50 cents. p. m.
. no opium, cocaine or other narcotic.t a position:: t

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Moss Bluff Notes. Treasure Island May Belong to the OCALA li IPPENINOS. I The Cold in the Orange Districts of *&r s\

Special Correspondence to the Ocala Banner. United States.I California.
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Since the recent cold Mother
your corres- was in the palace, in Havana when I The Uedlands, (Cal.) Citrograph' of
has visited several Is Crowded With Visitors and Activein
: pondent orange President Palma accepted for Cuta 1 Feb. -I, gives the following! informal .
in and around Moss Bluff and Business Enterprises.The .
groves the temporary guardianship of the i tiou about the recent colu weather in Burns
Hud that there id no material damage special correspondent of the '
isle of Pines, pending negotiations: i that region :

done to the trees, possibly twenty five aud desiring to see this bit of earth I, Jacksonville. Metropolis in Wednes- I It was cold enough in Badlands to I II

per cent of the blossom was damaged.We which might some day become ours, ]| day's paper notes the following "go receive this specific title, for no season

have had several marriages in lying less than hundred miles to theI I. ings on" in the Brick City: I has had colder days since Hedlauds Her hand, or the

the last few weeks, and among them Just at this time of the Ocala l I
south, I set out for its shores as soonas year was founded.It o. Children fall.* .*

t were that of )[r. Isaac! Perry of \Vis- the celebration was over. is very gay. Not only is it the heightof I I is well to be somewhat pariicul.tr lh against UK stove

consul, to :\1 rs. 43.: C. Hightower, of the tourist season but the home
hland'l\lliru: peak came up over I in speaking of the etfects of the frost
tub Sir. J. 15. Uonaven I I in some way every
: place; Uriggs well the 'i"itor.eem
people! as as \
our horizon early in the tropical that occurred since our List i Usue, because I
ture, Fl..., and Miss N. M. llass, of bent on making the Urn pas pleas- II I ti fx-t.Os day m tbej.. I
morning; grew to a glowing moun of the wild statements of alarmist D r \
thlsj.laee.Vevi h for them all a
tain by noon, but it was not until the antly. c rrt-]iondentd of Los Angeles:: pa I t ( year.Paracampli. ,

bright Ilro"perou"life. Ocala's big hotel, the Ocala louse: (f op
sun down in the mostgorgfousof
was going I per Iu our desireo get at the f u-is
Mr. and Mrs. irigip have returnedto : under the management and ownership I I
skies that \entered themaugro'e
of damage to the orange crop of tin- I
IJonaveuture where the will make bordered which of Mr. J. F. Edwards, is doing t I
estuary II Redlands region, we have not >nlinvestigated \ It

their future home. lets the boats of modest keel up into the best business in its history, aud I I : personally but have interviewed -

:Mr. John Diwsou and family, of ,
the level stretches of what seemed at while March isalways:: the most pop- those accustomed to careful ,

liing-ton, have moved to this place! adi.taneebut a !luminous cone. It ular month here, the register:: for February '
observation of frost injury in south .
and expect to make this their home. is most gratifying. Visitors to
was:' nightfall when we reached the California. Our reports extend from RELIEVES BURNS instantly draws out the fire Cools Sootha i
Mr. iXiwsou this is the best farming ; ,
si>s Ocala\ > rule not of the iI
ar HS a ,
wharf of the little
pueblo capital. Crafton to the (j jion.. and Heals the Bum without leaving an ugly scar. Keep PARACAMPH I
section in the state. He is a man
one or two day variety, but most of '
Nueva aud I stumbled then
Where trees have not grown duringthe in your home. You need it every day. Try PiratuDsfe iI

of wide experience, and we think he through the darkness a mile or two them remain weeks, and a consider winter their appearance would 1 FOR COLDS IN THE HEAD, CATARRH, HAY FEVER, E I

it right. able! number throughout the entire
farther across; the fields to the hospitality -
not indicate the passing::!: / of a cold SOLD ONLY IN 25c 50c AND $1,00 BOTTLES.
Mr. P. V. Leavengood, of the Ocala ,
of an American resident, who season.:! wave. Such is the case with the old
Banner, was shaking hands with his with Danish cook anda AT ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS. r
a ; an ice plant The Silver Springs trip continues orchards. The tender tips of the

many friends here last week. His swimming I'oolltuilt across the path Us perennial popularity. The firm, latest formed of the winter's growth lffffTi "iilP mi1flffTTfEffiaa

visit carried us bucK into the eighties ofastreaitof sweet cool water, was hard road drive from Oeala i is, during that had not yet developed leaves For !sale hj' AnlMIonopolj Driii. Store .

when he then could be found behind moving the boundaries of civilizedand the delightful spring' days, crowded have been frozen and are blackened.The -- -

the counters of one of our leading temperate happiness: nearer the with the equipages of all kinds. Many youngest leaves in some cases

stores. We could write columns callingup equator.It visitors also come down the Ocklawa- and HUBBARD & MACDUFFHARDWARE
havedropptd' some may recover
reminiscences but will saw otf by was not till the afternoon of the ha river to Silver Springs! and then others shrivel. Such loss of foliage i i.;

Maying, come again, Port. second alone the House. The
day that, wauderiug drive over to Ocala of little account, and resulted from

All of our farmers are very busy ahout the hacienda, I came upon Stevenson golf players are now out daily in full lat fall irrigation and the many

preparing their land for the season's I (re-embodied iu that loved force and the new visitors agree with
"growing" days of the open winter on DOORS, SASH AND LI DSOHWl'LTl' Ito: "a i.K

crop The acreage planted in sugar can volume, "Treasure Island.") I was, the old timers that Ocala has a golfcourse the warmer soils.

will far exceed that of previous years. however, surprised; to find him there; unexcelled in natural beauty While it is not the case that. BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE Photos

Mr. M. O. Morrison has !recently this:: was the zone of his acclamation, and advantages by any In the south. orange is absolutely uninjured, uno

finished a commodious residence and : the latitude in which his imagination The visiting: sportsmen are also in damage to fruit" is SD: nearly a true WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JB. OKOVE (Ti.

has just moved into same.- Quite-a had often traveled. He had not many their element, and are making the verdict that: we can almost agree with

a lot of improvements can be seen companions there;i" few recent magazines moot of the few remaining ys of the this statement of a cash buyer from OILS, VARNISHES. ATTIVATO, ALL fi1Nu

going on all over the settlement in from which alas his "
( name "open season.
the east, of sixteen years' experience LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF QAKDEN T,K,L8.
the of new buildings and fences, had Ocala's fine half mile
way disappeared,) an engineer's logarithmic new race who is going about his business as; Y

and everything points to better timta. tables, catalogues of farming track In rapidly nearing:. completionand usual, after examining the orchardsof ALL KINDS OF COOnSG8'lOVE8HEATERS f

Mr. John T. Lewis has had his store utensils. a "floral guide" and an or will be as fine as practical and
this: and other localities.The '.

moved on the south side of the street ange grower's hand book. But he experienced horsemen know how to exceptions we would make to GLASS AND PUTTY, GRANITE:

-: which improves the looks of his place had the fumes of the Padre's tcbacco make it. It can be definitely stated
this buyer's remark are found in those;,
very much.R. upon his clothing; so I knew that he that Ocala will be in the race for the IRON PIPES AND FITSD TINWARE. (Tl
oranges entirely without foliage pro-

C. Middleton and Bro., have a was not without human friendship state fair, or, she may decide to havean tectioa. They protect outward and
large force of turpentine men iu they even there, and that he had probablysat inter-county fair of her: own. upward and are usually sunburned AND STEEl

woods and are making things hum. late with the Dominican Fatherthe Another J.lallllow being perfected is
aud would be rejected in t the packing N THE LINE OF BUILD- BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS
: J. R Batten the ferry boat contractor night before.From "The Isle! of for the building of the handsomest
house as culls at any time. Most of

is progressing rapidly with the Pines," by John Finley, in the Feb- theater and largest auditorium in these show no cell injury; the difference ING MATERIALS, ETC.. ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL MTo\)

ferry boat for this place. Mr. BattenIs ruary Scribner's. Florida. Ocala is in exeelleutshape.
in llavor between the exposedand :
a good workman and we predict There is not a vacant store building
under tides! indicating the frost
that the boat now in construction will California Oranges Sour. of any character in the loan : new LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
effect. Such being the case, the
last longer than the one iu use at In a personal letter to the editor, a residences are being erected and nil of Hubbard i Ocala Fla
large Eastern dealer gives this view of merest fraction of a single! per cent Macduff ,
her varied manufacturing establishments -
present. :
the orange situation : could hardly be fixed/ as showingthe
The school\ at this place is progress are increasing their capacity.The ------- -

ing very nicely. "I tell you the situation is not fine moot notable addition just now damage. their .11111111111t11f" "!" "1t1111i1111" "!" iNrlf" "tittllnmttltrtt" " "ltttlf" "lt111tt1111u" '
for our friends in southern California. Orange: growers owe escape: -
The Marion school i is the establishment! of I
county riuuday pork packing !
from damase: iu a period of such low
With 15XM: ) ) carloads of oranges still to
convention will meet with the Moss the Benjamin Bro, who, if they keepon I
market, and all the people, iu the east temperatures:: the fact of the maturity 6 !
Blut Sunday telio II l ou Friday and will make Ocala the Chicago of : WEEKLY I
refusing to \buy the fruit because it is !j: of the fruit, to the existence ofa
Saturday before the fifth Sunray iu the south. Their work has vastly breeze that scarcely ceased till sunrise -
sour. Not exactly sour, but it is not
March. We hope it will be well attended stimulated the growing of better stock, and the oil of latent .
sweet and lacking in tlavor.! Halfa to giving
for in our judgment j there i is and the amount of .encouragementthey when the
dozen of our best people, jobbers I heat that always occurs I !J JfI
nothing better than a good live Sun have gi\eu the practical farmer surface of heavily wet ground is BANNER'S
lueau, have told me within a week
day school in a commuuity :so that all deserves especial mention.A .
they simply cannot fell the fruit and freezing.The -- --
the children can! go a:' it will be a patent i factor iu Ocala's rejuvenation -
do not want it at all. The prices obtainable .
benefit to them all their lives. has been the liberal management Times-Union refers to Ocala as
now prove it, ::20, $2.10, ::.. 1
titLe of the interior. If that is CLUBBINC ;
llev. E. I>. I The navels! are beautiful externally, Frank be
preached to the CongregationalChurch Edwards, who not only raised the thecase, then Harris must

here for eight years has been but no good inside. Floridas are I high standard of the establishment, the minister of the interior as he aud r

called again to preach! this year. He winding up, and are being! fought for !but has spent hundreds of dollars; advertising his star spangled Banner are certainty !

;3 to S4 per box. People! cannot get the need of 1 LIST
ministering faithfully to
always has a large congregation and not only his hotel, but also! ;

the church feels proud to b the tracks here waiting. The 4a-
retain him again this year. tion of Florida. -
trouble with your growers is they remember I The Jacksonville board of trade has r --
Mrs. J. S. Martin paid a visit to her Among the recent guests of the -
what they did last year, and I made a protest against ('01. Camp's
parents at Electra Sunday.Mrs. Ocala House are Capt. W. >. Camp, :; We have made special arrangcfficati wfctrtby,e
they think they are going to do the scheme to drain Orange Lake and
M. A. Griggs was among the of Albion ; Capt. John L Inglis, of offer the
same this year but they are not.- will take their protest to the state can following rates to all paid-in-ad
visitors to the Blull Sunday. Port Inglis, aud soon to be a citizenof
Pacific Fruit World. board of internal improvement or to :: vance subscribers :
Miss/ Debbie Clifton, of DeLeon JackMnviUelr.; Hugh D. Au-
Not Particular as to Who is Gov the secretary of war if Dece 5\r: )-. THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville Se UtI.
Springs, is viitlnirs.: / : J. T. Lewis. chincloss, of :New York and Mr. W. --
ernor. I E Weekly Times-Union $ a
Misses Mary and Sallie Mcrrison M. Ross, of Ft. White, all. gentlemen Two Negroes Drowned. ISo year.
We have received a marked copy E THE OCALA BANNER and The
were visitors at this place Sunday.Mrs. prominent in the phosphate world. We are informed that a negro man CommoaerRry-[ 3

J. T. Lewis and Miss Leona of the Tampa Herald containing a Ocala's new' journal, the Florida employed iu the cypress mills near E an's paper] 1.75 a year. 1

While took a trip to Ocala Tuesday. lengthy and exciting editorial on thewhyfores Fruit aad Truck Grower, promises to Duunellou was drowned in the With- E THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Se.i.Week11
and wherefores of the un- .
John T. Lewis has been quite sick I be a big thing for this section of the lacoochee river on Wednesday, and a r Journal, $1.75 a year. ;
of Davis for the
fitness! Congressman
with the la grippe for the past week, state. The first! number has been out passenger who came up on the Ockla- THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-Wetk St''A i
office of governor. Somehow we are
but we are glad to say he is improvIng. several days, and has received a most waha river boat said that a negro York World. 51.05 a year.
not so much "worked up" over this
cordial reception. Mr. Brumby has man whoa sitting in the front end g= THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly Constitution s
matter as: our Tampa contemporary ,
J. T. "Fort of Conner, was visiting evidently launched publication that
of the boat fell overboard and was $1.75 a year.
and, therefore, pass the marked cd. II
here last week.J. I has long been needed and one that drowned. He made no ellort to save g THE OCALA BANNER and Lippincott'1aga
along! for reproduction by more "exoitable ;
I.. Holton, of Higley, i U vi-itiug will doubtless aid materially, in at- I himself although he was! an excellent r zinc, $ a ::
souls.: If we can add a. thread 2.15 year.
friends at the 1J1 utll: LUCK. tracting interest to the state. i: swimmer. It is believtd that he had i
mill and good roads to our other substantial -
Col.! Otis T. Green, ehief counsel! for heart failure and must have been Cash :Must
Robert Jackson was tried before improvements we don't care I g Accompany all ( ) rclt'r! i iI
Col.! C. C. Post, Mrs. Wilraans-Post i dead when he fell overboard. .
Judge Robert Bullock who is go"ernor."e would even be
Wednesday: and Mr. Bergman of Seabreeze is in I
:: -- - --
willing to put up with Jet: Browne, I Address : THE OCALA BANNER eta
morning and tined dollars
was }ten.\. Jacksonville on business before the I j Mr. Charlie Martin, of Savannah, .
and in view of his recent effort to -= -- --- --- .
and cost on a of aault I w
charge > aud
I who has been in Ocala for some time
Uuittd States court-

tmtery. Robert tried to dissect a the Sheats galleries this is to the injury of Mr. i with the family: of Mr. M. E. Robinson d::: ..ti.-t..t'1l"l1..t....'.......... .. ..... . .
:, putting our don't cares I
vroiHau with
a dangerous
Still Another Sale. has accepted a position with Mr. :: PUBUSHER oCALA BANNKK: .

knife ahoutinches: in length, and pretty t-trong.-6tarke- -. .- Telegraph.--- We are pleased to announce the I W. M. Ross and will leave in a day or aEnclosed r find..... .... ... .. Dour sal :...:

will in all probability assist the county President A. A. Murphree!, of the consummation of still another sale of two for Hines where he will have his :--:: ** for which seodtic: The Weekly Banner ud the, '. :...:
in building! : her much talked of good 4 :t ,
t roads. Florida State College, has been made Ocala! city property the papers of headquarters.Mr. .r- ............. ...... .. .. .... .... .. ...one)'ear..> }irr )..u"t 7.. ; .:..:
------ --.-- ex-oflieio chairman of a committee w Inch were recorded yesterday.Mr. .
: ....... .
# and Mrs. Jack Hazard, of Philadelphia :: x in the: Banner .. -4
"Lobbyist" is entitled
to a pat on which he is .
empowered to appoint George Williams, who conducts .
who were married in this :: .,
the back Name '
: as a correct
political pro- whose duty it will be to choose two a barber establishment in the y .
11111 phet. He foretold I city Saturday night left yesterday 1' s
the governor's appointments Rhodes scholars from Florida who Ocala House: block, purcuased the ::: 4 1'. O sr
in the afternoon for St. Augustine, where ... t _
of attorney shall attend college at Oxford, England dwelling at the corner of Orange avenue :::: '1' State .... .
general with an they will! spend a short while guestsof i -
accuracy that would fur three '
years. receiving $1500 and South Fifth street from Mr. :
lead naturally to the conclusion the Ponce de Leon hotel. ::: 'i'.' Date. .... ..... .. .. .. .. l IIJ. .s _
that annually from the Rhodes fund.Here's EtlwardH.Millerof Connecticut, :::
S his prophecy was inspired.-Starke :: 1:.Tsfta.tfi4t UU H ttt HU..letft ..
your chance boys; try for it.- This sale shows the continued activity Fresh shad and veal today at -- iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIUIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII111111IIUUIIIlIIIIII ..

Telegraph. Pensacola :\eW5. in Ocala real estate circles. Dukes'. ;? ' j1j'l..i' .. Ifi '

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I !'" ,.< paper (Jf the People, for the People arid by the People."



FAWN Morro AT:Tin THIS FKET PAPER OF THE WILLoT MAX WHO s i I i!j I,| States At the court recHit at Tampa s-s-ion lh of- the Posts: United were DeMeGE BY THE HIND f'1gt''Ith.iflof!The editor! of u : I 1-1'i'i"'t'1''; 9 '; ;1''tf't""i"t'';i "I"l" '" " " .i

HA.lSL'ltDKM.Y AND WITHOUT MERIT i i again indicted.\ Mrs. Po.t; is now 7Oyears -- -- lectiou of wile ( I 1I I -_ ,
Turpentine! and Lumber People Big -- ."
of Anna Bond Ho --
age. -
WILL IT KICK THK dfAS1'IU 15(WI\O gest Sufferers. !i -- -_ ';>

DOWIT.<< :Mrs. Geo. 0. Cornice, of Evans-ton, I The Jacksonville Record says that I Lake, who was! a :j :: i

, IIl.,1t.r1''f'd iu Ocala Saturday afternoon the very latest reports received from this oflice Monday. I 1 Drink
, SL12AS3T2) : : Bi&US. Lsal SiitorMr. all over the turpentine belt indicate 0-_ I f fII
SASA and will I Im the guest of her C pi. John L. In II + IITOL

-: -- brother, Mr. E. C. Smith fur several that fully :JJ per cent of the virgin I ('!lIlT. lnglis.s. has

I Ho*si!** F.lu! Yon*?, Jr., i- iniatnebvllle I mouth. boxt were destroyed by the heavy I a very elegant i : v

I wind and storms of the early week, :
( on l I'natlle-y.- I I Mr. Bert ne-Sdina! ;, of Jacksonville: ville and will! rno\
and.. hat fully 10 per cent of the old I .. :::
i Port Inglis to -
formerly of thin city, npentSunday in .
Mr. O 15. Howse h u goue to l\i.oIim. i I boxes were aNo dt-htroyed. More or ::::: l1
I I i O'ala with his mother. The many: time during the :;::: S
miee for a few days l hiiinetrip. less: timber was blown down in everysection 11

HarrlV, Nickle-Mite--s chows- :: will I friends of Mr. Redding here are ai of the naval stores territory.The At the :Methodist I' I I.1TI :: 1I
dtlighted to welcome him even
ways ::::
exhibit in Deal: i :Mxn-h 6th.MiwKtelteMathewsof following letter has been received day night! there "l
for a thort'i it. .1- -.
from Mr. J. G. Crauford at preacher, one (' -
: ----
11eanopy I I MM.1 I). E. Hannah has arrived Live Oak, Fla. four Methodist! I POSTOfFICE DRUG STORE 1i :
la in the city the great of Mi:n Eloise ,
from Kentucky, to join( her tiuibaud, "Thy fetorin last Monday did great Bi bop A. Coke :: -
Miller. I -
who Las, recently been called to fill damage.!; 1 have heard from Levy, number of '-
15ev.: anti Mr*. J.P. Beeves, of I :::
\ the Chrit' '\n pulpit in this city. Rev. Lafayette! Taylor, Columbia, Suwan- were not \preachers Ocala( Florida. i i
I Sprint Park were visitors to Ocala I tee, Kcliol! Clinch and Ware counties ,
and Mrs. Huunuu are at present withMr. appointed. If the -
and the timber is badly blown -- -
Monday. -
and Mr:*. H. C. irovw.. down. I think from what I have heard Florida any I u ---- --
I Mr. Carl&'Iuifrider cane up from ---- not mind -- --
I from different people I (have seen on au ; -
I )Irs. (; L. Taylor who has been -
ip liermtndo to Spend Sunday with t'o.: the trains and elsewhere that the t-hower.
";"r. (rleud3ln Oeah.Beginning the guest of her broth'r, Dr. Blalock, damage will oil'iet at It'a.t the increase: : This ofliw e l 446'd!l l' 4111l6i' ''i1 16l!1! i lla!1 4 .ll'1 l etlllllNUl'. ', !, '6illJlllUllllIlllllhlJerllsa1e1l ', ." ., .' ., .' S;

I' for several weeks, left Tuesday after- in boxes: unless reports be greatly ex- !
\ four rural mail call Saturday from
: \pr\llst
-- --
uo ,n for Live Oak, where she will ajfjjerated.! 1-
I deliver mutts will be eBtabiijhul iu Mey-rs.1 BrowarJ'iI wi'of.,ra long time
spend a few days with relatives before ID'ery

s IIillstMruugbeuuuty.\ proceeding to her home in O lIhIadi extensive operators Caliahau, Fla., registration i oflb-er THE GREAT
He that the 1
Mr. I. C. 111. fit the lumber firm j i/ -) >on New Era. say the damagedone to the turfieuiinebelt : hays i
in their growing n>ore and!
--- section is much
of Howell & Hell, of York was a calj i j : worse Artichokes
Icon II. W. Long, chairman of the than at first feared. favor in his FATTENER i
ler at this otlk-e:-iLIUfllL: ). .
I I bond of commissioners for so that the citizens .
; county :Mr. 1). 11. Edwards, Lawtj.Fla.,

Mu'tliea good horse- Ueul'ml. in known the
letter from the Attorney doings
..lsclt'r.hln'* .\. (i. Gates, Oral, :I timber in tmxectiou' by the biorni. Will produce 500 to 700 bushels to the acre on common
which ht say: that parties! are required Mr. rf. M. Davis, a l'fllwinl'ur.16' neighborhood pine land without fertilizer and will fatten
FU, __ I'JCtf: ten or twehhogs .
to taku out a separate licence in rotor from Juliette and arrangements
Flit., says the barrel.
M'spurchased*. S. A. :otalldlt'Co", have: per acret.oo; per
each county in the Ute to carry a torit last been efl'ei'tnl and
week did riou3 damage
the Ifcter building next i II pistol! rifle or other firearm under to the turpentine interests all over his our b'-.fl a The Ocala Seed Store,
their own and which they art now j .
the laws of the state.I dent.
; section.
I Baxtl'l' ( ''am. Mauairer.REWARD. J
occupying.A. K-v. L. B. \\' i
-- --- I hare used ChfLUlL rljjin'3 Cough }Jr!!. A. M. I'oney and daughters,
A. Williams, of Ocala, traveling fwrninO't'r/ the
Remedy for a number of yearn and :Mibteri Aline and Mildred, of New-
freight. agent for the ?. A. L., w shn I Jiit., where he will
han uo hesitancy in Baying that it U York City, are visiting Mr. I). M. %
Tuesday In the interest of that with his limher.
the best remedy for cough; cold and Uonej in ibis city. They will remain HEAVY
Herald. Atlanta where !
road.-Alacliiu ,
croup I hve used in my family. I hereabout a month and before returning }
Ca'houn, the
TOM ATo 1"\\1'8-3041(1/)1)' ) ( flue planta:* ''i hv not words to express my contt- will visit the principal winter
his and if it
lJt.*varieties, realty Feb. 15: to Ms reh1f2Ilwr : dance In this rt'medy.-Ir'l. J. A. rrhorU and may extend their trip to eyes In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the
:5tm<) *i. Cash with they are in such a
( m; : Moore, North Star, Mich. For salo Cuba or Nas'yU.: 1' person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
onJer. J. 11. I Davis, Barlow, Fiords. will require a rest
21: _<)ld3tw2t.Mr I by Anti-Monopoly: Drug chore m county before investing his therein.
I I Mr. D. E. Potter, of Willimantic, ed lo give up his

ne gaud Miss flltUIIClifford, i i The precs( of the state speaks in Conn., who owns:: a valuable orange The people of this I DO NOT WAIT until you and your money are

of EUSlil"h') have heeu the guests of J i I very high terms of Dr. G. G -Idateiu! grove near this city i is making us:: his out regard to parted before obtaining your abstiact of title from us, 1

their slier, MM. I"u'rt Taylor ter 1 I as an oculist.! The doctor is elopjingi annultl 1 visit and is stopping at the hopes that this ; -"Xo use of locking the stable after the horse is

a few das, returned home Monday I|I at the O ala House au
afternoon. only for a few days. He does: not for the pat: : two wetks in different apprehends.' The taxes for you. X
pretend to be a "cure all" but does portion of the southern states and wouM be felt by (''
Mr.. I.iwtioii nUll two children from i I WRITE US. -
pretend to know about the eyeand says that he found business enterprises calamity. He \
llichiuoud, Y..., arrived in Ocala a j)i : .4
j the eyesoaly and i? confident that he : active ertry where. weeks and will 7"I
and i will bo herr for Marion County Abstract
day or two as;::u can give those suffering with defective decision of Dr. Company
several mouths. They have room Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Culverhouse
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Liddou! and arrived in Ocala Huuday from Augusta The best )' l' OCftLS FLORIDA.

art. boarding/ at the Montezuma.': relief. ___ ___ Cia. They will make their permanent you will always : AA.A.A; <

Hotel. I I This office kill a pleasant: rail Fri- home in this city. Mr. Culver- Stomach and

\\ b W n-fee 1 hlu-5 and that/ every- ,!|! d'y from Mr. J. W. Coulter, of the douse will have charge of the books William A. Girard -

thinK g".14 wrong, take u dose of ,i Blitchton precinct. He says that the for Mr. 0. A. Carmichael. Mrs. Cul- Tablets are the E. IDELOUEST

('haintcrlii'a i Stomach and Liver ,, storm on Monday was the severest verbouste was formerly Miss: Mattie pleasint and most \

Tablet They will cleanse and inviKoratc i that has been known in his neighborhood Culverhou.-e of this city and her in u1For sole

your ttomach, regulate your :I for many years and that manyI friends here are glad to welcome Drug Store.

bowels relish for food II and trees were blown down. HARDWARE.Sash
Rive you a your !I fences her back. ;Mrs. Peter Loose; .

and make! ym feel that in this old Mr. Coul'er will be kept posted on --- and half miles east,

world it a goo.l place to live. For county matters during! the next year Yonge Sage, the infant son of Mr. storm last Monday

) the Ocala Banner. and Mrs. C. K. Sage, happened to and Farming
Bale by Atti- ionol.uly Drug ritore. m I by as well as his \ \,{

what might have been a very serious Doors, fr'J,', Tools. .
i says that if is
ac'il1e'llt1on.lay morning. lie fell

.I. .i5'.stS! S&5<5'\ 95SSa'15151SSSR5LSS515L51 X35 5'5L'151R5tSS15l5S5LS7 U-'SI eFISHEL against the sharp corner of a sofa and some oak and \ IP.f Ready Mixed 4)
dosen't know Paints Etc.
cut a very bad gash in his forehead
landed. Suddenly
severing one of the vein The --- -- ----- --- -- -
Ill S grew very dark
wound was quickly dressed by Dr. D.
i fetiflinsandall: the Q OQISS e9ge0003C3 G QVe >>
M. !Smith: and the little fellow is now

doing all right. family had grett g \ have received this week g

PER -- ---- iug and thought ....-.. --- .

J9r :Mr. J. M. :Mathews, of Fleminton; about to have a \ ear load of White! Hickory Turpentine iarh i suit Farm

an old time friend and subscriber, was Pelee. In a little Wagons. ft
;: CENT 1% among our pleasant callers Saturday.He atmosphere was C A car load of medium priced. Buggiesbuggies: that look well WI
i I anti wear well but do not cost so very much money. "
terrific hail storm
came down to bring a
I @ A .shipment of Columbus Busgy ('n.'!! Buggies.! This in the 0 s
load of meat to in cold That of '
wagon put some
":I f ,- ,,. genuine Columbus Buggy.; You know as much a.s we could 81
f >II storage. He :says he never: before aw j were as big as his tell you about them.

UNTIL MARCH 1st, 1903. as many fallen trees across the road damage whenever: "'(' have a larger and bet'cr :xtcck of our kind of :'< "N 'than! : lilt\ 9G
'J body in tins: ,.,(aeetiuu and our prices are us low a.s po.-iMc. Tall tll .*..
-- -___ ---- --- ill! and that he had to leave the road on tact with buildings us or order by mail. $
-- ---- r.; eD
account of them and encountered so that the vegetabler
Everything in the store will be sold at a reduction i many that be proceeded overa mile
before he could get back to the road A Sworn 3' e4 aI Ge 9 eQG50Q8
of cent. from the regular price-
.' 25 per t again. He say the storm did great This i is! certify -- -

t for. cash. r c damage the turpentine and lumber the 28 day of AN

f I interests. ed of The Racket
--- Fla., a pair of their. !

SHOES, UMBRELLAS, SKIRTS, PF'aS Lost-Reward.. penitentiary made :! I OMJlERm\ L B BANK\ OCALA.
f 0 Several:; thousand, .. dollars invested .
:!J (and lost: ) in lands in Marion county

i GOODS, ALL GO AT A i,' without having first obtained an since, and the [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jal'kaclnvm]
I IIt stilt in good ; i
of 25 cant. abstract of title from the Marion
It saving per belief that they CAPITAL 85O.OOO
.J County Abstract Company. For reward -
months more wear.
see another column. -

GOODS SOLD WITH{ THE DISCOUNT! FCR CASH ONLY 'J'Je I. :X. EXPERIENCE. ceived mouths from wear these that{I Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals 8olitl....

Prompt Attention to all Easiness Entrusted to oar'are.
s't' To cure a cold! in one day. nal cost was 1.4S. Exchange Bought and Sold.

Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab -

! -: M FISHEL, OCALA. lets.: Ail druggists refund the money Sworn to and INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITSri

ill) if it failes to cure. U. W. Grove's January 2, 1003.




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_PRAYER.e KILLED WIFE SELF ARMY WAR COLLEGECORNERSTONE Physician Was Makes a Great Discovery Shock. Which limited amount .>f J..t.ane e c'allt'

I crave,dear Lord Passaic. N. J.. Feb. 21.-Dr. Alice or hfed. I' h:404 moray merits; makes ..GENUINE[ [ inm m..
l'G l jundltss hoard
Burdick CO of who the tiiifrsi kind of syrup, and is very I
OI gold and gearJTjeutIsfine. ; AND T\VO\ CHilDREN LAID II. years age practiced WATERMELON SEED
:\ medicine in New York city but prohti.Write} for pi it'-.. ai.d pyrticu- !

Sor lands, nor Line, -- lived here was struck by a train and larsV.. H. < 'rawr..rd, PaulI./J'k/ I ee. I I.
nortrca.u.eheapsofanything. killed at the Ii.;; Only Hint Strain i* IM Um" 't.tu
Crazed Father Wipes Out the and Masonic Ceremonies Instantly Prospect street Florid." ,. : : ....
Let but a little hut be mine, Military crossing of the Erie railroad last t i" t \ -r" '' I K '
wire at the hearthstone I maj hear Whole 1\. ,T, s her "ni, ( ..
Family.THEN night. ..
at Washington in ii '. I ur rfl mw" it
cricket I
The sing
I Opposite the station at the time was; I r \ -area' ".
And have the shine
TAKES HIS OWN LIFE. --- Dr. Edwin Dt lIaun. lIe was called J ,., .
01 one glad woman's eyes to.nialeVVt }.:ANY NOTABLES PARTICIPATE 'I "
my poor MLe, -- and hurried over, only to find that the I : ,f era' ,,".....' ..."
Our simple home a place divine i Country Home Near Middletown, Ir.d., victim was his own mother he being '. I a' at Sill 1.\ .t..
i Addresses Were Delivered by President FUI.R ,
Jtat.-tke wee cot-the chricket's chirr Is Scene of One of Those Shocking I. her son by her first marriage. Tin1 ; rM.

10ft,and the tuUing face of her. Roosevelt, Secretary Rcot and son was so shocked he had to be led i I. BRANCH ,
Tragedies In Which an Insane Par-
pray not tor Others-One Thousand Troops Took away. + C.tumbla C.. f.n.I" t. j
Great riches nor ent Does Cloody Work. I
For vast csutes and castle halls Part In the Exercises. Prominent New Yorker Dead. i, ; P EDAD!
Middletown Ind. Feb. 23.-In his
Give me to bear the bare footfallsOfebildrno'er Washington, Feb. 23.-ln the presence Great Harrington Mass.. F,'b. :!1.- ; 24ado'
Gu miles from
country home here yesterday -
of an assemblage: of distinguished William C. Tefft for many y.'.ir=: m:-. <.i GS.HacIr&Son.IANI
An oaken floor John :'1. Tho:nburg, agi-J ;30, r
Hew nosed with sunshine,or bespread killed his wife, two children and him. people, including the president: of the leading dry goods men-Iiai: .d{

Wfch but a tiny coverlet selL Thornburg was prosperous but the Una ted States, ministers of the New York. is dead at his suimi'-r hh! ..' ." +
Aid pillow for baby head; cabinet &nJ congress justices of the s, y1Vi, .
had been mentally afflicted for months. here after a brief illness. M I'. T.t;
....eL Thee court, representatives of foreign .
pray may His family was reluctant to place fupreme was born in Syracuse, X. V.. >'J > i'- .
The door stand and the day the of the .
open cornerstone M
him in confinement and were tryingto ago. He was prominent .a -.' ,Ii ,
Send over in a gently breeze r
college laid here todaywith
With fragrance from the locust trees care for him at home. army war was Masonic circles in New Yor"k and .1-! .1 n1.; .

Lid drowsy moan ol doves aad blur He had a raving spell yesterday and impressive military and her of the New York cham'i I.t> < "Mmerce. .

Of robin-chirps,and drone of bees, ..!tot one after another and then himself ceremonies.The A widow and ei;:at: :r..1:-. Ii
I occasion was rendered especially 12 QtS ;
And after-hushes of the stir wiping out the family. survive
Of sounds,and then notable and interesting by addresses! I
intermingling --------------
The good wife and the smile oCher SOUTHERN BASEBALL LEAGUE. delivered by President Roosevelt Sec Simpia Colds. $9kna opCH3S. I Ii II

Filling the silence again cretary Root and Major General ('('n"@' to be simple, if at ail! \ nlonir- : I

The cricket's call Fijht; to Finish Will Be Made Over Young, president of the war college. ed. The safest way i is to put ibem
And the wee cot, The selected for the building is I
Franchise. site aide tbe lUllani's'
Dear Lord of all, Montgomery at beginning. E. BLUM & COMPANY,
the reservation of the Washington
Deny me not.I New Orleans Feb. 23-Wing to the on Horehound syrup stops a cold! and removes i
delayed barracks at the foot of Fourth and \ I I h \< I I I till: I i I. I
fact that President Ka> is:; -
not that.fentretnbte anaugu the! cause of colds, 25c, 50c, ;,117 and ;11 l't: W. IJ.y St.Jacksonville .
pray on a belated train there was no Half streets. Today's ceremonies .( Uoar... Na'N' HliM.. 't""ac I
} at and $1 HI a bottle at Anti-monopoly
of place meeting of the board of directors of marked the beginning of a project Ha- : find Ituilfiiiig' "M..rtMl. !
My power Drug Store, m
which has been fostered by the presi
the Southern this morning. It '
Andlordly sway --- -- I \\ 1114l lo\\ ; / I I H
I only pray tor simple grace was reported that Mr. Kavanaugh dent. Secretary Root and others in- T. F. Thonus Hardware and Seed C.. I
; A SM '< !.. It v
To look my neighbor in the face would not reach the city until late in terested in the advancement and thor- \Vecaufuruisba limit-d tinautity
from to ough training of the army. : Pureha' 1"1" II. Ii 111' w.. I
Full honestly day day the !afternoon and that owing to the i ,---- I
y n.1 me his horny palm to hold inability to muster the full board the While the foundation of the new of our Famous 1'erfcted Cut-umber 1 : GU lr.t1li' t.. ,01!, \

And I'll not pray meeting of the baseball league today etructure which is to be practically and Jeuuine; Rocky son Cantaloup j I $ lllt :!-ioutn. m.; ill' r.-i t .

For pd- aright go over until Monday. The unique, has been only just begun the seed. TbeH- seed are starce.Vrit. : RememberU7 a'1; "It'\

The tanned lace, garlanded with mirth, Birmingham and Memphis delegationswere plans contemplated. ;) the war department us f'r j rife.. All kind1 of utwed .
It bath the lingliest smile on earth Ort r a r .
The s...art brow,diamonded with also missing today all of the and by congress inclut'e the con- in f lock.T. --
sweat trains due in the city this morning struction of an entirely new set of F. THOMAS HARDWARE& SEED('0., ii --------:------ -- -- Chare: !::: : :

Hath n-rvcr need of coronet. being reported late owing to the heavy buildings on the arsenal grounds. iainesvillr, Fla.
And so I reach carnival travel. Among other structures there will II CAN sell you the

Dear Lord;to Thee Raphael Semrnes street railway be a hospital barracks, officers' quay A. C. L. Calenders. \\' J M .

And do beseech manager Ragland Colonel Berry Holt ters and an administration building Send four cents i in stamps to S. P. .:i smallest article or aIi Education!
Thou givcst me all to bo handsome and of the most i ;
and Lew Whistler are here from Montgomery ('ollit-r, Jr., Division IWeiiger Agent j
The sweet cot and the cncket's chirr. have to approved architectural design. \1 blIticla.{t Line, Tampa, Fla., for ;Ii j carload of anything pertaining !ldaI, n. lMUT I ,I" "I. ', .. fte
; They come to fight .
love,and the glad, sweet face of her'James Tuukt br Mat .
Whitcame Rile). a finish the wrangle over the Montgomery The army college grounds have been a very attractive"tll cdit-nder for ':! to Hardware, Iron 4Lh.. "I., I ." '......,.'.. w.
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hrtii r I at I '
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elected as the site of the statue of 1bICi.; J
franchise. Mills Hightower.' __ I 'i tixtu. t Ir.,4In U U it OiFUNERAL Pairs, .
STETSON OUT. of Chattanooga, is also here in an effort Frederick the Great which Emperor .n Pipe, Nails, Powder, D>na- ---
William has proposed to present to the ;
to have the Montgomery franchise
Stetson University Trustees Turn transferred to Chattanooga. It is said people of the United States. A picturesque i mite, Lime, Cement, Sto'TWEXTYFIVE \' '>, Helr/t J/lff '.II'l.t }

, Stetson Out and Stand by among the baseball men already ht-ie feature of the ceremonies to. .-
that if the day was the participation of the mill 4..': 4i'
Forbes. Montgomery parties are un.
taf)'. About 1,000 troops representing '! l''All
able to 'T'
come to an agreement the
DeLand, Feb 33.-At the annual I I II
league will find a solution in bowlingout the various branches of the war service I LOADS IX OIK J -:

meeting of the board of trustees of Montgomery and admitting Chat took part in the exercises. They 4. t rk l 0- ,

Jolin I!. Stetson University last night: tanooga. It is understoond in this were drawn from the several army WAREHOUSESSID (

connection that Chattanooga is readyto posts in Washington and vicinity and 1
Mr. Stetson was voted out by a majority
duplicate the guarantee made by were in command Major William
vote and personally congratulated Black, of the corps of engineers nu,
Shreveport to the league.All DIR
CTO'8.dauaIUI :
his Mieces-or, Mr. \\'. N. Cbau- the members of the schedule Pres'rent; Roosevelt accompanied by '' ,. ,.I ..' AU mm R[ [co .
J..d.n. 19na qed lunaalpntl.i -
his military aide Colonel Bingham -
committee Abner Powell of Atlanta a fh r'n;n an.l wii
doin. Tbe the board ; ;
minority oa NVwt. Fisher Nashville left the White House in a carriage at 0. M. FEkRY & GO., i trtaufit. .u..d sera
and Mike Detroit, Mch. Gaincs\i2ie Florida. Sotlt '>< every -f1tI'kP& spa la. ,,>> Ii'tU
have entered their protests and goueon Finn of Little Rock 11 o'clock. He was es ;-:ted to tht ,
are here. The pid lo tout*!wrvteM .
reeor4tin voting against the action schedule they have completed will be war college grounds b;,' tr;");> E of the
whenever Third cavalry. In otl. carriage!>
presented the
of the board. At tbe meeting league gets OrderFACTS
members of the cabinet "fI i .
together President Newman of the r r : Ianil",1 --- ---- --- ---- -- -- -

lat tvt-uing a petition \VA presented New Orleans club, said today that the the president. Two non-t "-'issioned ....--

by Mr.[ F. 1-:. Koud from the schedule had been discussed by mem- officers rode on each .< : of the

bu-ines and citizens of bers of the league who are here and president's carriage to control the
men that the probability was that it wouldbe torses and the privates were detailedto I ARE NOT FUTIL ;

DeLand, urgiiu the board to make a adopted without amendment. 1 each of the other carriages as a pre. :

caution against accidents. As thepresident I
Changiu the presiden('. This was
and party entered the I 1.:) tcht-n Jca( to the
prtrt-ntel by -he minority lUt-mlter., ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE. grounds, the presidcntVflag was run j, ( ( icll/ they wlc'sIllof //r//A//-.v ill .//'"// j

t' but votrt -'1J. It is expected that i up and a section of the Fourth battery j
Plans For New Institute ion Being I pocket. ASee ic/Hit 11eto IHbe
'. borne hdioll will follow the work of I Rapidly: Completed.New light artillery, fired the salute. offer you < ft/I ly ('f l'hlf'r d. ;

The assembled! troops paid tOE president !

Jft.ffIJlY! York Feb. 23.-Plans of the I.
-- the honors prescribed by the
Rockefeller Medical institute for research reg
Ccala High School Notes. ulations.
are rapidly being completed by
Thniu the liberality of the severaltollfgt the board of directors of the institution Grand Master George II, Walker of

the District of Columbia, grand lodgeof I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete) and up-to-dak-... of
?, the I'ft..t"uteuior dal'! officers
of the
Already the chief of staff has been
future claa"fH have at their dU- selected in the of grand lOdge. were escorted to the
person Dr. Simon
po-al, through the principal four Fleraer, professor of pathology at the grounds by the Second cavalry Dray Goods and Grooeries
Toe ceremonies .
of incident to the layIng ,
Pennsylvania. With Dr
Hh! <>lai>hips as fllllcEliz'i"eth of
William H. Welch corner stone were impres
Feuiule lk.le'e; Wilmington, X. r., ogist of the Johns-Hopkins, the eminent university paihol: sive. The assemblage stood uncov which I otter to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding count i**, *t tin-

one !>scholarship; tstelson University, Baltimore, as president of the board, ered Roosevelt during was the introduced prayer. by President GeneralG. I most reasonable figure ever before offered Jo the public. I realize: that the ua\ inhere
Uullius and Eleander as chief of staff,
two scholarshipand College
the new institute will hate the ser- L. Gillespie chief of engineers U. when you must have value for you(/ ollars, and I am prepared t.> alt t' > -u
vices of the leading pathologists of "S. A. The president was given a cordial .

one.All the+r are to be gr.l.Uttto the the United States. Dr. Flexner is a welcome. this value. Am recieving daily a line ofj;#: >taple and Fancy Grwvri"* that t t\ ill

"several graduates according to class native 1863.of Louisville He received, I{)...his and degree was bornin of the Grant other Master officers Walker of the, grand assisted lodgeof by supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, XAT1 XS. -
standing with the proviiion' that no M.D. a t the university of Louisville I! Masons of the District, laid the cor. HATS
men and'boys is complete and full. The Jlrin''I! .d! 'Iw
student can u-e the Elizabeth scholarship and was a post graduate student at ner stone in accordance with the impressive -

who has not made a general the Johns-Hopkins university and the ritual of the Masonic fra made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall lie s.ld.l i ... IUI.

university: of Strassburg Germany In ternity.
average of 75 per cent during her The ceremonies .
1SSS he was appointed professor of were concluded bya -.. n
senior The of the : benediction pronounced by Bishop .... -
year. grades primary pathology at the university of Penn- --

depirtmeut! rendered a splendid 'I sylvania. Satterlee.
Washington Birthday program Friday News of Collier Alexander.
afternoon. Washington, Feb. 23.-The following

telegram has been received at the
The Hoi Spermologoi and the Phi- New Order Startedby Skilled Operatives
navy department from Darin, Ga.,
lauiathean soeities held business at Tifton. signed by Joe Benson master of the '
Tifton. Ga., Feb. 23.-The employesof FpK"
meetings Friday afternoon, before bark Record, giving news of the collier .
the three large saw and planing Alexander
: "Steamship Alexander
. the I'hilomathean society had their mills at Tifton have organized a Skill. in latitude 27.3 longitude 71.5K

regular society meeting. The fol. el Saw MH1 Workers' union, under the Feb. 11, with a broken shaft, head

towing ollicers were tlectnl: Iloi protection of the American Federationof ing northwest, staysails set; asked to

labor, with the following officers: be reported. The position :In which
Speriuologoi il President, Herbert U. E. Hall president; John Bruce the Alexander was reported is about

Counts; vice-preideut, Harry [Shaw; ; vice president; W. W Cowan ior COO) miles northeast of San Juan.

tecretary. Charlie Jell'ertU. The Phi- tary; C. L. Gaulding. serge&nt-at-arms,
The union is already about 60 strong.
; loinathean, president, Leafy Sylvester I MIND PRODABLY UNBALANCED.Cook ,
So far as known this is! the only unionof

; ,ice.prt'hleut1ice Bullock; the Kind in existence and the pres-

Secretary, Louise Harris; editor, ident of the Georgia Federation of La- Slayer of Wife, Continues to I

Ruth Jlarnes and Violet! Robertson; bor says that it marks the beginningof Confess. -

reporter.Robert Uurford. for the a new national union. I Baxley, Ga., Frh. 2-3.-Shfriff Crappa -- .-. -- -
I of Appling County arrived here yf-st.T.
Star and Louise Harris
for the Ban-
I day morning, having in custody Frank

ner.After the trustees: meeting the society Victor.a Think: Leper Feb.;: Was 23.-Suspicions Murdered. are Cook, who on last Saturday killed his Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blt-nd of

vas held and a very interesting being expressed that a leper on D'Arcy wife Cook near says Hazlehurst he is 22 Ga.years old but different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very best to l.- had
Island lagarrtto which lies in the Gulf
progralU was rendered. appears to be not over'17. lie Is Intelligent for the anywhere. We make of
of Gerogia. was murdered. News was money specialty pure fine Coffees and T'aft,
The debate was especially good, itwa received of the death of one of them and readily answers any qui-tt

resolved.! That the nation is grow- and the sanitary officer went to bury fibs propounded him. and anything sold byjusjnay: be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. L(.w'

ing wiser and better. The atlirmative the unfortunate, the remaining three He says; he just had to kill his wife,
and feels better since prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade and hold
was upheld by Robert Hurford and lepers being too weal, for the disease he committed we it. Try UK.

Edna Jeflords and the negative by has made great inroads into their the crime than before. It Is believed -

Troy Hall and Susie eYluour. IMh systems. Since his return there have by a good many people that his
mind is affected.His .
sides brought out been rumors of foul play. The sanitary -
some splendid points friends have employed Hon. E. I extend to you a cordial invitation to make store
refuses my; headquarters whn
The decision of the officer to discuss the matter I ,\ (IU
judges was in D. Graham to defend him, and it i3 I

a favor of the atlirma1 \'t'. to other be exhumed than to say some that one if else the bodyis may said the defense will be that the con- I come to Ocala. We are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Ask for

The fourth, third and second fession
grades take the loathsome job. made to Rogers and Pace was

had a Washington's birthday pro- Liquor Bill Passes. not voluntary. However he continues

gram. The boys of the second grade Raleigh Feb. 23.-After three days to confess and does not vary his S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

gave some facts about Washington as debate, the house by a vote of 4S to3G original story. I ,

a boy. Then the third grade gave has passed the Watts liquor regulation Sheriff Crapps believes Cook is of r

some facts about him as a man. bill I unsound mind. I _

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HAPPENIHGJrtrBOUT TOWN. : Hon C. M. Brown and the Civil War !' I Reduction in Railway Rates. Another Big Sale. I Mrs. Moyers Entertains. Stile Press Asociltta.
.. .. I II Veterans.'fhefulluuimglrtteruill. |I :\11"!> rs. R A. Weathers, I). E. )Ic-I In Tuesday'si issue we made mention 'I Wt'dlte"clayaftt'rJwou: ... (;Jodfrey) The date tiled fur the m i' i I' .

I ; ; i \ show how jassiduously j Ivtr and C. I:. Taylor were selected! ata of at'igsaleof; turpentine lands by N. Io.rerVa, !} the hostess of an exceedingly the state press nMM-ution i.i Kui.\t :
1y : the sins chicken' that llulters.The i
Hon. C. \l. \Jrovvn is i! recent mettingIf the Ocaia! Board W. Ellis of Sumuiertielii, to l\lesHiI.1 pleasant tea which was given March ::!!, And the phe: i I.. :>e.i.-, .

orinreutlistry, in California is carrying out the pledge he mad !! of Trade to appe-ir before the railroad M. W. Goethe & ('II, of Collins (;Ja. for her friends, Mrs. Beal and Miss I the beautiful.

i lu trod hues during the campaign. j I I commission+ at its meeting in Tallahassee Wednesday there was consummated p'ybert, of Roanoke. Va., who are j! The address of welcome will l I. ',"

t -- )[r.l' II. Dickinson, secretary of |I Tuesday aud ask for a reduction also a big sale of timber lauds, by \'r. spending a few days in Ocala. livered by Col. C. C'. F wt. mny.itieahreeze
Mr. II. I.. :Seckinger, of Mattel was
It Wedlieoday. the board pensions at Tallahassee. j I in freight rates. It seems that M.V.. Ultuer, of Cou nt. to Messrs.Peterson Twelve ladies were present and the : and response will Ui i<\ '
a pleasant visitor to thlsofh e -
r writes hint ft' follows: Mr. Taylor of Gainesville, who is in and PoumN! of Adrain Ga. afternoon was; most delightfully and \V. White on behalf of thr M." HI.

;i i ; I have the honor to acknowledgethe I the hardware business, had tabulated The yale embraces about 10,00d acres informally speut.Mrs. tion.

i, t'olir Barco, of Crystal River, receipt of yrur favor of the ISthinst. I I an array of statistics! showing that the and the price paid: was : :'OtOO.<) Moyers i is a very charming I I The evening session wilt' til*, I." ,

,. among the prominent visitor.to, j .. I 'fbl's.tle J. \\', hostess and she most i tertained with ', .
rfquestin-jth-it I again give the jI' schedule of freight ralt's11. lower was engineered by was graciously anaddrewby/ i i\ MM

.,,1''R"city sterdny. application for pension' of Mr. Alexander I I I certain years before the commission Conner formerly an insurance agent I assisted in entertaining her friends' Jennings and the reporUnf t' .-I.t. i I

;. Ir. and :Mrs. Burt McDonald haves McQuay, my attention. InI I than it is now and he asked that tbicommlttt'e residing in this city but now a prosperous by the two guests of honor. J. M. Caldwell, the evrreUn :01.1 i

gone to Jack-on\ille, where tht'Y'ill reply to the same I now beg to inform he appointed toj join with real estate agent of tit. Peters The following ladies were present: treasurer and couiniittMw. P

reside in the futnre.Mr. i you, that I have complied with him in going before the commissionand : I burg. ;Mesdames Beal E. L. Carney \\'. V. The first literary *e .,iouof the I i 1\

. be restored. In this connection also Newsom T. B. Edward Badger will be held at U'ilrnanit'
your re

i .-. K.: II. Swain, of Muncie Ind., to the ward, and after consideration The gentlemen presented their side minded that )Ir. Conner recently sold S. Potts Eagleton.G. M. Hub- on Wednesday night February :27ti.: i If

t came down Wednesday from Auil have granted the came, and it will of the matter so clearly and fairly to Mr. Roy Hinsou the Hendemou placeat I bard, O. T. Green and C. f:. Dorsey ; when the annual poem, bj Prof. T".n !

[ ] t* thotiy forafchort visit. commence 10 draw from Dec. 15, 190) :!, the com mission that they succeededin Odessa( in Hillsborouirh county for Misses Syhert and Sallie Tea ue. I F McBebth will be read, and pftft. iby i-

} !, Mr. W. M I, Brooks, of Tampa, at the rate of 5%() per annum. I will establishing the rates asked for. J34/HH), and Mr. Hiusonin turn bold it Remember Saturday i is Dr. Gold. other members!!, intertptrwdj WI! II

) famous in phosphate circles, was a I notify him of the action of the board 'Ihi.s means a reduction of about I to Capt. Hillman in three days afterwards Stein's Last Day. music by the Colonnade: bold H'

1 1 in a few da a. ten per cent on freights of tint to filth at a profit of :S3.CHIO. chestra.A .
1 visitor to Ocala, Wednesday.Mr. > Those suffering with neuralgia of
J I am glad to see you taking such an clash inclusive and about twenty-five Never in the history of the state hotel rate has been flied ai ft Allows
the eyes and head will do well to call
I t Harvey Hutchiiihon after in- interest in the old pensioners, in fact, per cent on feixth, A Dand F claSh 's. has there been such activity as at the : Colonnades, Clarendon loa a.. I on Dr. Goldstein, as he gives immediate -
r tervieriugnurtuerehautalettye.ter97j it seems that the interest:) of the people Besides the reduction in freight present time. The man who owns!: The Breakers $:.iO per daj. The
s-' I relief. The doctor stands at the,
day afternoon for Jiinesville of Marion county appear to appeal rates we are informed by the committee turpentine or timber lands, owns a headquarters will be at Uw CIM-! t
I head of his profetsion' and anyone
to your heart, which i. certainly that the commission! made the gold mine. nades.A .
Mr. W. T. Wheeler returned yesterday I 1 titis"tug this' golden opportunity to
Sit very commendable in you, for they I rule absolute in fixing the passenger: A Chinese local committe baa been appointed '
afternoon: from a business trip to Laundry. have their eyes attended to go against
I, have elected you to serve them and rates at three: cents a mile on all t I who will have charge of all mutters
dint-rent saw mills in the state. We heard a young; man say the |II their own iutt-rt-hts. He can be consulted -
from all appearances you are going to roads in the slate. I of detail.
other that could be
l day no place at the Oeala House.
till the bill in the fullest sense of the much Secretary Apileyard will fce
: now
A. C. L. at The comrniitte were very
K. B. Duncan, gent called a city without a Chinese laun- -

I New berry, who formerly !lived in word. If jo'i will pardon the expression pleased with their reception at Tallahassee dry and when it could: lay title to the Miss EIilaLttb'EmitlJ., of Tliomaa:: buy arranging the courtesies with tfee fi

and not tret vain over it, would and speak in eulogistic termsof :: ville, who has, been the attractive railroads for transportation whirb h*
J tk'ala, wai in the city yesterday.: same it could only! then make the i

say, your people ouirht to feel proudof the business like air ll Hi scents to genuine boast of being a city. If this guest of Miss .Sara Harris for the past will tend out to members in a fee'

\\'.. are plen-t,1 l to note that the such a senator that seems to have of the days
prevadeall departments state! ;young gentleman correct in his observations two weeks, left yesterday afternoonfor
netted for the
"Uival by Request" their every interest at heHt."h'n. ,' government.The Ocala can now call herselfa Jacksonville! and St. Augustine, Miss: Emma Foster after a visit of

library oohuioH the neat sum of I ever I can serve you I hop- that you governor, alt members' of his I city, for Mr. Lee Hong a native of here she will spend a few days before !teral weeks in Ocala with Mfea 4
).m. I will always feel at liberty to command cabinet the members of the supreme the Celestial! Empire, now a resident returning home. Georgie Smith left yesterday afternoon

Mr. F. Bachnunn returned yesterday me. i court and 1 the members of the railroadcommission I of Jacksonville, is in the city and has I for !St. Augustine, where tfc*
I \ The regular monthly. silver tea of
few dIou"i- .
afternoon from a I Hon. A. B Funk editor of the were all busy and teemed made arrangements to open a laundryhere will HH nd several week before returning .

n"""., trip III the northern portion of Spirit Lake (la.) Beacon, in a recent determined! to make a record that will atilt will be ready: for business; ina I the Methouist church will take place to her home in Philadelphia
at :Mrs Richard this
the atate.Mrc. paper read before the Upper Des : be memorable in Florida's hi-tory. few day!!, i McConathy'.s --- -- -
I :
--- ) afternoon. A cordial invitation is'
I Moines Editorial Association at Fort The comniitteewere especially Instead of blohberiiigou itself UnOralt t
John T. Lewis and I'on. Irl, de-I I Dr. John F. Forbes and Mrs. Lena |I extended! to all, both ladies and gen- .
] Dodge, la,. !aid' among other things I lighted with the remodelled Banner prints he news-at?>tthat'll
accompnied Mrs. A. J. White of' i B. Mathes have each brought/ suit i tleineu, to he present.
that "good white paper costing :2.GOper ) building and say: it is a !structure of I what hurl the other fellow.Wheel .
Mm Blutr.; were in the city on a visit against :Mrs. John B. Stetson in the I
pound, was never intended to be with which all Floridians may well
Wednesday. sum of J250KW.;; Including the suits
spoiled with teival gush slop or slobber. be proud.
against his wife, Mr. Stetson is now-
;Mr. C. II. Haines formerly of this ." Wonder what paper Friend -
% I A German Hotel for Ocala. being sued for one million two hundred You Get Full Value for Your
i eltLutmort'r"l'elltlyof5tarkp.wasinHl" : Funk has been reading Surely he YouJunfJIs ,
and fifty thousand dollars. If _
city \\'l'IllIf'sla) He is now in must have been at s-ome time a winter Mraud Mrs. Chas. Keiser have
Dr. Forbes aud Mrs: Mathes win these
the railway service.ToMobber < visitor to one of the interior towns rented the Florida House and will We Are
\ casts they will be in a position to SpecialistslX
I| in Florida: not many: miles away convert the same into a genuine, up i
star: little of their
uaiversi'j own.
on other people, i is in budfoim 1 from Oc h. The photo r"ph of the todstetiernun; IUltt'l.1 r. Keiter is a

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but to slobber (Ill one's self it psperhe drawssound3awfully familiar manager of the Florida Meat! Packing Bishop i H M. Turner, D.D.L.L.D., -

wore Ins a habit the Ocala Banner \ I Company in this city and what he Atlanta Ga., Senior Bishop; the A.M. SHOE H AT i\ND I

forced but it ii sawing don't know about meats in every ,
Is not tll adopt II church, one of the best known
I:)u't fonr! t that the Montauk
wood Ju-t the ..am shape that will tempt a palate, nobody leaders of his race, will arrive in the UMBRELLA LINES
Ladies'Quartet will appear( in Ocala'
knows, and it goes for the saying that: city :Saturday: and will preach at :Mt. 1
on the night of March 3rd under theauspices
If Mr*. Mathes I is a guiltier stoma n his table will be !supplied with thevery
I. Zion church SumUy" March 1st at 11
of the IYt'pum'soc'lation..
it steer! to Ui that she has also an bs"t. Mrs. Keiser: left yesterdayover
and show the best
I The iUartnt| is composed oi the following a, III. aud at 7 :30 p. m. As this can you goods in
action fur damages zain-t the trustees the Atlantic Coast Line for At-
be Bishop TuruerV first visit to tin
I singers : Misses j Mary Mason
I of Stetson' I'niversity.Messrs. lanta for her children. 8he will return city l let the members and friends oi f } the CIty
I and Elinore Colette, sopranos; and :
in day or two and in a few days .
a .
; It. .\. Burford, It L. Anderj i j Misses Nanette Hammond and Helene I Christianity come out and give bin : : -
'I thereafter the Florida House will he
rdurnt'111 welt" .
and O. T. Jreeu have a hearty 111I'
oon Taylor, contraltos Thehesingers arevery W.j.CIIAH3ERS.SIIOECO.
opened under its new management.Card _. u, __ ,
from Jacksonville!, where they have highly recommended by the I Mr. R. C. Davis, representing tin,

business.We I S Ocala Tloritla.i1IL .
been on professional press of th fntiomiiry.. Club Entertained. Fay-Sho typewriter| the best michiin,

understand that Mr. Ellis of afternoon Miss Minnie manufactured in Oealt yesterday r
Mr. E. M. Montague:, of Lowell 'V.ANA AAA
Summertteld' l ha purchased the and placed half dozen of these exi-vll," ,
> was a pleasant viper at this office Gamsby very charmingly
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dwelling now occupied by Mr. R. II I Wednesday. He has an. eighty-acre Married Ladies' Whist cluf, at ent machines in our city. Th I'

Carroll and will; make: Ocala! his home. I their There Ocala Banner bought one-it wa
orange :grove on a very rich tract of regular weekly meeting. :
I forced to by! it# increasing bu-iiiess_
hind and the same is now reaching were sixteen ladies present and the Ho HARRIS't
Mr. and Mrs. 11'. (5. Marshall, former ,
I and accepted the agency for ann'
maturity many of the trees at this game of whist wvt'ry much enjoyedfor
rrsidsutrof this city,are pleasant I
I and look t
t' They sell on sight. Come a
an hour and a half.
time beiug white with bloom. Items
I lulr< h..rtlauI1II.r" making arrangement
f f'j"
This the end of the mouth one. :
their like this nre reminders of Florida in being ) FAMOUS
make O--alu
r to again .
home. I i iI her palm days, and wecertainly note the prizes were awarded. Mrs. C. L. Hon. Reed Smoot, who has ju;,t

t the first whileit been elected to the senate (rom Utal
them with a great deal of pleasure. Gaoiaby winning prize

\I Mr I'. II. Har member the NICKEL PLATE SHOWS
Ihiiinelum, uow a
to be herself again.It ; I bad fallen to the hostess. seated and when seated has; n
firmf Btrlleaon) &Co of Jackson-' .
-- --
Miss Gamshy was assisted by Miss, apprehension of being unseatetMormons

't villr, w ara great of the Ocala: HouseWednesday. is much better to grow upwards Louise! iarusby! and Miss; GL1Usb! '. are unseated only wtie II ,
nd that's Will Exhibit I at
than downwards-! the way
f ,,. they happen to be democrats.

I :Mr I Beal and Miss ybert' ,the of state Roa- I I! the growing.Ocala Daily Every Banner's day it takes circulationis on a Manager The Parker J. W.Concert Sylvester Company.of the I -PeculiarTo------ OCALA9 ;1ifDlY) M AFt 6

.. who touring
lIuk.11. ate notch or two. People sty they like itbecause

r....l-d over in Ocala for a short fta.\\ has else in it Marion opera louse has after considerable -
( it something .r= I'-!: ;: "'-" :-:- PL.oo.!
l hard work and lots of correspondence
Thry are at Mrs. C. J. Phillips' on'I besides froth and slobber. I ; '_ Blass&v*---" '- : t

I mane arrangements for the %;$&: yP;) A Team of M(a niticl'nt Siberianjf4v.Slr
d South Third titreet.. In what it is and what it does-con- mmmt, : (' I',
: .atlll'
J Prof. R. Xorthcutt'ei! dancing famous Parker Concert Company to $ ; *!*"1. f J' .,;;, PLATE
taining the best blood-purifying, I ...... ,
The (\\'l't'kl'lb1Jut'r continues class are lookiug forward with a great appear in Ocala March :.';). This I : :"'::;'; :-' \1 ; ,
I alterative and tonic substances and I Kfr': ::>: : t3. !J ASI,000 Den Performing LionsA
I lobe twelve pages and is receiving deal of pleasure to the domino danceat excellent company visited our city :" = ;. >f
effecting the most radical and permanent I! :; ., -- "
commendations from all portions of the The allairs, last season under the auspices of the ; ;
armory tonight. : : Hundred Horses and Ponies.
cures of all humors and all )'Ydl..o. 'r 'j.. .,
i the county. For its toile it is the given by Prof. Northcutt are always" Lyceum association! ; and it will be I I. 'V .,,., >. ", ". .. ..", .
eruptions relieving weak, tired 5:2--, ':, 1 :
printed in Florida. remembered their entertainmentgave I ,.r' '> ... {1! Mrs "Win. Melrose the firoateit
> ,
dlt'tI..C p*| rr delightfully successful and the one and !I. : 'Jt ,:
feelings up
languid ,
tonight will be no exception to the such general satisfaction; that I. IF '..1" '.' ,.';1'.. ':i; .t .:..i', : Somersault Rider on Earth.
iI of > ;
I. the whole system-is true only t.. :" i. \ _
Mr. H. ;M. Davis, of Juliette, cou"UlUlUatl'11 I' ..
rule. they were induced to eau el a date .. I k
Hood's Sarsaparilla 1-.r- ; t The Mellette Family of Efjue, -
the Tale of his saw millytitrrolay elsewhere and remain here two night.ExSoldiers Ii D> f ,; : .).
'' !6.
There number of turpentine '' 'I
were quite a Aerialists.The
<- trians and .
to Mr. Jarrell, i.f :parr. I No other medicine acts like it; I ..!' : ." !7.-. :. _. ...
and lumber men in the city I and Sailors. ther medicine has done SO t \r ?..,1 I ('' ...-._. ,. .' _. "0,. ,, .,
no I ,
The consideration! is not known but it f ': ,-/1't.'; Jennes Tumblers
\ Wednesday:! among whom we noticed All honorably discharged! boldiers orsailors much real :substantial good, no i fi'i! :' <.; to : ti ..' Family.
tiltti.f\tor.r j to all I'ltrtieCHill" j : 'tt. ti t.. and Accrobats.
wa a has restored health I p : r : _
Messrs.; Stuckey Pe'.teway: Hin-on other t. '.
: of the U. .S. Army or Navy, 1-- f / \ ,
rued and strength at w> little cost. c; t 1 ;" r ,
Btc'll. U'.mer! Giloay: Clark and regular or volunteer service who "I wag troubled with scrofula and tame I L v' /1-.1-'____ -',_ _.'. .- TEXFUllJl'lownsTr. X
.d... -
;Mr. and Mrs. Hardy C. Croon and Ray.Mrs. would be interested in forming a near losing! my eyesiffbt For four months 1 \.1. JUO"I' > -

L. infant hOn, of Tallahassee: and their J. W. Perry aud Mrs. M. D. Garrison of the Army and Navy I could not see to do anythme. After taking I -
two bottles of ilood's araapariHa I could see
guest, Mice Hamliu of Dduville, Va., Turnip et'd. of Dunnellou, are visiting Union a social and! beuetitial organi- to walk, and when I had taken eight! bottles I LARGEST POPULAR
could see as well as ever." SCEIE A. UAIRS-
c' passed through Ocala )'etitfrdayafter- their mother. :Mrs.: A. J. Leavengood, zation may communicate with Jr. TOS.wither :X. C. Two Performances Daily, 2 and 8 P. M.

noon on their nay home from visit at her home on North Magnolia Vice Nat'l. Com'd'r. II. H. Henry P. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to ,
cure and keeps the promise. Doors one hour earlier.4 .
to relatives at Ilrowksville.r street. O. Box 2S2: St. Augustine: Fla. dl wl. ? open


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: _. THE UCALA BAN ER, FEBRUARY 27, 11'1/3 i:

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.4.. I.\ Meridian, .
DEPORTATION OF THE iEGROES.( Consolidation of Schools Continue t.1 A LITTLE TOUGH ON WALPOLE. With every other loyal *.
Win Favor. | weoertainij'rejofceoverthean.! ". 'odor I J

Rev H. :\[. Turner, one of the The cause of consolidation of schools Ha Is Turnerf Down fgr an Office meat of the coming of the two,, .t!& I E...d

FBAB SASSIS Editor Eishops of the African Methodist continues to win favor at high plalell.1 j Which s..: to tuning. press for the T1rut'4.Jni.JU."hll BABIES

P. 7. Levrergcci Esshess Yaflager. church, continues to push his colonization It U now advocated by every state Prom the Tampa Tribune. the paper has not always been what

-- scheme, and his work along superintendent of public instruction j I Tallahassee, Fla., Feb -Special( wo would like to nee in the leudiiiK .
of the south, by an overwhelming Correspondence.) is currently reported daily of the state, it ha- done a great
said liueo I is beginning to bear fruit.Turner I
s -.vt majority of county superintendents, I that the; two r ctmt trips madeto deal for the upbuilding of Florida, and Tired Fretted
I has organized & ,
company ,
by most teachers, and by a goodly I II this city by the .Sorrel Top" newspaper and we are glad to see it in & 1.0| >
r incorporated under the laws of Tennessee I. number of those" who have children man of Tampa, Frank A. Wnl- to do more. We believe: George Wilson Mote\

known a" the "Colored National I in the Hchools. Idle| were (ruiUt' oC. Mr.[ Walpole is to l le a good man std a true

Emigration/ and Commercial .:Asso Within the last two years the ma- considered a politician-of the peanut friend. Wf have in times past been

I + 4t ciation." jority of the governors of the states class, and is one of those fellows who mean to hint, but at ou" blue when
(. To this association the little republic Find Comfort In Cttltaira* "
have! urged legislation to prevent the has a natural propensity for a "oft '\e were shot up into doll ru.hw. was ,

Liberia has subscribed the sum further cub.division of schools and to snap" regardless of the loftiness of the one fir the lir.t of our many friwud to
and OiAtllllt
--- of 125,000as a nucleus fur a fund to increa-e consolidation. Iu Tennessee, situation or the emoluments attachedto I I cheer and cotton,. Sonic j-ujile
be reserved; for the purcha-e of a both Governor McMillan in his lastmessiK it,jUllll' it is & |political hand nut.lie way forget these thinks, but we never I
V THOSE MOTTO AT: TilE THE BANNER TOP WELL, ABLE TO steamship to ply between the United and Governor Frazier, in his has beeu au aspirant for inspectorof I I I .-i'ksnuvilie Kloridiau.

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES: HAS Slate! ami Lllu'ri'for the purpose of menage to the legislature, urged such state convicts and his friends have When All Other Ranrtts .

TAKKN ITS STAND IN THE BARKICADHS trade and the deportation of the I I I ( l legislation in the strongest term-: I
WITH THE COMMON: PEOPLE, been urging his appointment, but it is : Physicians Fail.
,; K. I' mttuue in the M.r.-h Cftl-
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR negro. Governor Frazier, says: said that Governor Jennings has decided ;
OF THOSE AT THFRaTTOI. { Ui ,> TilE BETTERMENT: We think the movement should leads to the I itt-Uflratiut study -
investigation rue
"My to give this political plum to ;

.- receive all (possible encouragement.Welbelieve conclusion! that in many counties: of John C. Luring, who is: also a politiciau j(I I lh. "\ouug Napoleon." Tb EugiUh IAIIIDI relief and rtfrrthing.rp;
--- - ----- -----'---- -- the removal the negroes the there too school general u omiN>!kHi iu bu admiration for kin-tortured Ubin. and .r.-.i fr
state are
many from Lake county, and that his
People are strong sometimes in would be better foe them and i of i(." illutirou! Frenchman. Tb tired worried mother la warm >tht
districts and too bchools. The I
many appointment will be due to the fact
weakness.The of the with Cuticura 8op, Md genus &h(lD&-
recognizing their better for the whites.In tory campaign of 17SW, be
: school fund is scattered
among that State! Commissioner of Agriculture I I log with CuticuraUiatarM, purr uf
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writes, will be forever followed In all
DeLsnd Weekly News fay Liberia they could work out erousstnall aud weak schools! thus!: McLin has: been one of Luning's emollient skin curse to be ltallusr'I II)
its miuutui by those who wish to learn fterrre caw br mild doer uf <
their own drstiny and in the south, the and effectiveness uu ur,
"what the trustees say goes. They limiting strongest supporters.
Insolvent: nil. Flits U Ui*
have aid to Stetson go and be has left alone, the whites could work out and shortening the term of all. Walpole and his paper have been apolitical o the science of war. It will b.. rerueia- sweetest, must lJy, prmuirm purr aud *, .t

their' tiered as Napoleon's first independent, economical treatment fur tonunor
A small school is always a weak
( mystery the capitol} for
gone.f disfiguring, lUthlajt, twain*, .lilmUa..
We have seen the north, the east school it has not the vital and undertaking as cominander-in-chief, scaly, crusted Md. pimply nkiu
Ocala means to be the Queen of the ; growing some time. One issue will favor Jennings t tad
and the west and the middle states, and for having made known to history scaly humour, with lo* (f f hair. "f !infiaU -
Interior, despite all rivalry. corptra- powers: that numbers give. for the United states senate and children, .* well M -.i..lu.

it tions or combinations. Let her grow. rapidly build up, while the south, "One of the crying needs of our and the next day it is a red hot Stock- the greatest human Ming whom God and Usure to uoc' ed when all other

with a better climate and superior has ever allowed to govern here be remedies and the bet phydcUn fall
-Times-Uuion. public school system in Tennessee is ton advocate. However, i it has neveras The agoninintf iu hln< and burniM
natural conditions, has lagged behind. low. of the skin M In the rri
---- reasonable and practical consolidation.The yet boonml Taliaferro, but strange, -- cvow; litM
Chauncey Depew safe that N ia3t'e The of the has Patti hag signed scaling, ai In jMoriMin ; the 1..0141If hair
presence negro retarded a contract to give
in state multiply I
tendency our things never cease, and the Jennings and cruHlng of the ncmlp, M In M 4lM'

cartoons killed poor old Horace Gree- immigration and the industries rural schools so as to locate a public cohorts would not be surprised now feisty\ concerts in the United States head; the facts) dUflfuonueut. M I In

ley. Those Jacksonville cartoonists and activities that are naturalto It is hard for professional to give pimples awl ringworm ; the awful *&'-
school near to every man'n door has to see the "Business: :.Senator boomed up fering of infant, and aoxlrty of worn-

should have a ca..e. a dense: population.And caused a great waste of public money for re-election. a-chance to get a good fat prorlO ltloD. out parents, ii In milk enut, tHUr **4
-- -- --- salt rheum-all demand manly of
then, the further and furtherwe and has seriously! impaired the ctiiciency James Garfield almost .
Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner is appointed by superhuman vlrtur to .u< <.**>
grow from the slavery. period the of our public schools. We Does It Pay to Buy Cheap? the fully cope with them. That ('uti.wa
Is running a series of Sunday sermons president to be commissioner of Soap Oiotraeut aDd Pill
more tense becomes the feeling be- A cheap remedy for coughs and an each
his editorial that are gems of need above all things, stronger schools corporations in the new departmentof stand proven beyond all douM. \..
on page,
tween the two races, and this feelingis and longer school terms" colds is all right, but you want something statement U ma-ie r.rdhaC them that
thought.-Thomasville Times. I commerce. U not jiHtined the
continually manifesting itself. ___ that will relieve and cure the by .trontr.t evi
-or dence. TIle
------ and
purity iwertne. the
When the newspapers of Tamparun Lincoln said this country could not Fourteen Mistakes of a Life Time. more severe and dangerous results of Miss Thaw must have been in a power to afford! Immediate "relief the
very melting mood when she went certainty of speedy md
continue "half slave and half free." throat and lung troubles. What shall iNrnunentcure
out of sensations they begin to Somebody condensed the mistakes and accepted the Earl of Yarmouth. the absolute wfetjr sad ,....

chew up one another. There i is noth. It seems equally true that it cannot of life and avowed at the conclusion you do? Go to a warmer and more And with a record that would freee economy have mad then. the .un4H 4

ing like keepiuu iu practice.-Jack- exist half white and half black. that there are fourteen of regular climate: ? Yes, it possible; it you, at that.-Pensacola Journal. civilized skin cares world.Making and.humour remedies of taM

The two and distinct not possible, for you, then In either !iI .
sonville Floridian. races are separate them. Moat people say, if they told I -------- -------- .
different case take the only remedy that has I!I
possessing habits
the truth, that there was no limit to

The editor of this paper has received characteristics and al'piratious.and we the mistakes of life: they were like been introduced in all civilized countries ; ..OO.. .......G..e ..eo...

a special invitation and commission think Bishop Turner i is right in his the drop in the ocean or the sands of with success in severe throat and I ..i@ ......ii ii

to attend the Good I Roads Con efforts to carry the negroes back to the seashore, in number, but it is lung troubles, "Boschee's German ;i iHyrup. ......S8 .

e vention to he held at St. Louis from the country God created especiallyfor well to be accurate. ." It not only heals and stimu- ... .

April 27, to May 2,1903. them. hates the tissues to distroy the germ .
-- -'- -- Here, then, are fourteen great mistakes ; .

The Times-Union's cartoonist has With the friendliest feelings for the : "It is a great mis'aKe\ to setup disease, but allays inflammation and I
Advertising :
made his appearance at last, and his uegroesof the south, especially the your own standard right and causes easy expectoration, gives a ,

work promises to add aiuch to the older outs, we say God speed the < wrong and judge people an."'r Hngly! ; good night's rest! and cures the pa- I: Q .

value of the paper when he shall movement. to measure the enjoyment of others tient. Ilecommended many years by : .
all druggists in the world. You can P ..y \ \ \ x :
the true inwardness
haveoaughton to A SHORT SERMON. by our own; to expect( uniformity of aQ
get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly : !
of tbe political situation. opinion in the world; to look for judgment | Drug ;tore. ; i i .

God: placed a sword in the hand. of and experience in youth ; to 0
The north i il .shivering with iuttn.ie A Florida Woman's Example.A G ii
Gideon. He put irumphets, in the endeavor to mould all disposition
cold, the temperature ranging way Florida woman who has planteda
hands of the soldiers under Jo.-hua. !lik""i; to yield to immaterial trifles; ( g .
below zero in many of the states. third oaf an acre in pineapples is i One drop of water doe? not make the ocean
He put a needle in the hand of Dor- to look for perfection to our own ..
Florida is the ouly stile in the Union in of comfortingliviner. It One grain of sand will
cat. What has he placed in your actions; 10 worry ourselves and oth- now enjoyment a not make a .t"t' Q
that has not b-eu white with !snow I .
hand? "To every man his work" ers with what cannot be remedied; Twenty-two thou>and young 2 rOne feather does not make a \>\r.f\ :
almost during the entire mouth of
means that none shall be idle. Has not to alleviate all that needs alleviation pineapple plants make her reasonablysure : rOne
February.If leap will not make a frog
--- -- He placed a shovel in your hand? Dig s-o far as lies in our rower; not to of eaie and luxury before a great ,I I

i he "0.-itU E litur" joes to Tallahassee well iu the ditch. Has lie placed a make allowances for the infirmitiesof while. )['I.t of the work of setting o0 IT IS AM. THtt ...y3i t .

t via the u w-l'a.r: route and pick in your hand? Toil faithfully others; to consider everything impossible and arranging; the plants was don- by ..

lands in tll" \I\'t"rtlnr'sclJair it will be iu the mine. Has He placed your that we connot performr to her own hands. The business has eSe ...

the first tina a newspaper! man: ever hand oa the throttle? Loon watchfully believe only what our finite minds grown frufliciently to enable her to aD ..

m-eivt-d: '.....ng IIi I iUII. TLe: preys lifts ahead.! Has he placed in your can grasp; to expect to be able to understand employ a strong man, who wears 89 ..

stout leggings and canra-s mitten, t" 69 Q1
into lullUfUee and power many men hand a saw? Build strong and Rood.: everything.Baptism..
the fruit from the I o 8
gather pineapple
who do not deserve public recognition, Do not get discouraged because you
AndO it is with most things in lit.. .arid .
but when it comes the journalist'stime cannot do some great tbill'. 'Ihere

you will rind them oflerinz all are more little things to do than big This subject i* taking on a fresh discussion These pineapples are grown under I j II especially is it true that one advt"nllMntot: .

in order to out of The done :" among the theologians.While sheds, because they need a great deal !
kinds of excuses get ones. thing as unto the : will not make you a successful advertiser :

r the way-Times-Union. Lord will be, the best that can be done. Re}. Mr. Warren, of thiscity of shade to grow large, juicy and I
t tender fruit which will command Lay out a line of publicity} anti put it in .
this a
Do not lose heart in your work be- was preaching on subjectand : 0

fOriune Telililfi cause you cannot be Moses, a Joshua, making statement that a thousand fancy price. 'I .
a Paul, a Luther, a Kuox.. You may dollars was offered by some college What one woman has done other .

4 does not take into consideration the one not be called to start a Information ; in Louisville to anyone who women may do, and if there can lit a : THE OCALA BANNER :

essential to woman's happiness- womanly these things are only g.ven to a few. could show from the Bible that baptism good living made on pineapples in
health. There is many a woman
I whose future seems absolutely unclouded The thing you can do best is the thing meant anything but immersion :Florida, no industrious woman need i i : \e 'C \ That will Pay :

; future who is marked by her own condition for you are called to do. I went down ina Hev. W. J. Carpenter, of Gainesville, feel as if threatened by the poorhouse I
disappointment distress. .
The woman who coal mine once. Down, down the was holding forth on the same line of -Atlanta Journal.A .

r neglects herhealth doctrine and made the I G .. Q
shaft I was lowered fifteen hundred following
is I
neglecting little antiquated, uperauuated
very foundation of feet below the surface. All around statement: 0 ieSIeMdiIS .
I all good fortune. and inconsequential afternoon paper ; .
Forwithouthealth l \\asdarkuess, but I had with me a "It will give one hundred dollars to
of this", city, makes itself silly i toy referring 8
1 love loses its lustre tiny candle. How brightly it :phone any man who will how me here .eSeGeeeo..e. cee....._ .
and gold is but to Bob Divis, Frank Jlarri-,
dross. in the darkness: The very blacknessof the Bible states in single iustauc0 '
etc., as being tools! of the corporations' - -
Womanly health the passage made its brilliancy that any person was ever immeised "
may l>e retained or and tainted with Flaglerism. Yet in ,
;r' regained by the: z more apparent Tht little was of or dipped under the water, I will give the same issue and in the same 1.111umn I LRSLiSL.st5l5l5"5151SS 51T5SSS rSS'u5.: _SSLS'Sa s tt: fl

use of Dr. Tierce'-, value one hundred dollars to man who I
more to me in that mine than any
Favorite Prescrip it Supports Governor Jenniug,
tion. establishes.. *e. | an are light. An arc light would 'Till show me in the Good Book where
for vice president of the United State G
s regularity: tI ri i t have blinded ; the candle gave light. a woman ever took sacrament, and ANTED!
the drains uhirh u ; United States senator or just any old
weaken women, :My brother, be content to be a tiny will make it another hundred to any
It and Harris
heals inthmma- thing. maligns ,
i-audle in this world but be person who can point out to me where
"h sure .
tion and ulcer.i- :>- for upholding the Flagler divorce bill'I YY01i ilGli Afir
tion and cures female '."il ___ fhiue. A shining candle is worth the Scripture says a word against
weakness. It ::::' C r7]; f": and slobbers allef tbe governor for I I

makes weak \\omW ,.:. more than uu arc light that is not g1mbling.7'The signing it. What consistency. Wi h I ,
en strong, sick 1.// alive with the '. ] Scrap Iron
women well. ...... Ij1, current.-flev. P. that class of thort highteduess and ,
"Other Fellows.
Lower in
Sick women are uu itej to consult Dr. Exchange. narrow mindedness at the head of a .
Pierce by letter fiN. All correspondenceheld Frank Adams: it i.i said ha not yet flea als Rails
as !strictly private and sacredly Still .1 purely political organ, no wonder it i is fl
Throwing Bouquets Our Way. decided to enter the congressional I ,
confidential. !
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, the subject for unpleasant eritkbmI
Buffalo N. Y. The Tampa Tribune's nominationof I
race. ijome of his close political
*I have taken six bottles of I>r. Pierce's Favorite from all classes: of people.-Tampa: ETC.
IrescnAion.,<>writes Miss M F'ft", of Onlla Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner, friends, however, say he will enter the i
inicoe Cu.. Ontario, and two txtttlra of the Tribune.The .
I'lea-vtut relicts' as you advi.ed for congestionof for governor, has taken the fancy of race in time to make it mighty interesting .
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uterus ovaries, ana weakuera and can safely r Highest cash price paid for
the Florida same
say that your medicine has been the means of press generally. From for the "other fellows."-Liv friends of editors are certainly
restoring me to good health again which I had -.----. .-'--.--.
not had for over three yt'8r'. until taking all parts of the state come endorse Oak Democrat. to the fore this timt. There are men
medicine. I thank you\ery much for your tour ..
and prompt attention to my'lctter I asking ad\ice." ment and commendation from the clamoring for Hearst to be president, I :==-: -C.- ADDRESS
Favorite Prescription" has the testi- ... d
mony of thousands of women to its complete weekly papers. The people of Florida There is nothing like American en Harris and Stovall to be governor of SABEL BROS.

cure of womanly diseases. Do not would have to seek a long time for terprise. We are manufacturing idols l Florida and IVudleton to be governorof I ,
accept an unknown and unproved substi-
tute in its place.Dr. better material than Frank Harris to'! for the Koreans and sending missionaries Georgia. The rule heretofore has I l Jacksonville Florida.i'

* # Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the fill the chair of chief executive.- [ over at the tame time Atlanta been for editors to push others in and .
complexion and sweeten the breath. ..-.. -.- ,----
tit. Petersburg Sun. ; 55\51!> S'.s\IS15'.5'5l51s-.51.5\ -- "" <
Journal. to stay out them51.1'l'letropo1is. T_ : :.. _
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THE OCALA B \ tf NER, FEBRUARY ;>?. il+tld I

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MARION'S INFLUENCE IN THE Opposed to the Drainage Scheme. Gaiterville.I Damage in Flerida. i

I STATE I I vr. D. H. Irvine, of Orange Lake, The farmers! of this g-rtion have !I In Florid t. i-...-tMIIII o have I!i j. FEDWMDS'BIG : "

E' ---- ; wan among the visitors to thin office I. been kept busy clearing up after the teen very yet err, s 'tu.' lIt, r. :.aim- 1 !

Mr. E. L. \\ .rttn.nn was recent :i Halurday afternoon I storm. which struck ourli.tleberg with iug as biiih H* 30 j I""-' nt of ihir .| WHISKEY HOUSE I

visitor to Jacksonville
and gave acuiuruu i Mr. Irvine that the I II boxes desin>v..t i, while nne claim
nays the people I full fun-p, throwing trees across! j ji (
interview in the G-Hinesville and I
Ocala Fla.
along the margin of Oraugr L_ke arevery i road kud blowing down fencer and less than 10 per t.I i. A \a-l qunii ,-
telling of Marion' progress in Hut uf small I... ln. : =
x.vt :
ty w.r. nr
much .. pine y
concerned the draiui ic .
I! over I'ttvtug l l"tIS, l Ding tir" ( st.Tliv ... .

making of JoxlroatII.: : i i, &m scheme( of Col. w. N. Camp Mr. VVutiUcooche river is booming I anti this and I tin nr.ta" t-eing muchweakemd -- ,--. J

It !I'luly a tion of time ;; .. :! '
que said .
tr "h I b..x.'tre le .
I Irvine in very familiar with the l lake having i rose several inchen in thefew past ) bust -- 'f'
Mr. artuianu, when :Marion county I resist ibe -fa 50m iO 'I .; //7V.. >a'- t
t I and its triliutariex! ) well a, the Ock- We.Utt and IS UOW OUt Of Its to I pr i uie '. .\, t ,'"' 1

: will Lave macadamized roads ten UMnliH I I mile gal.- To. r- |p rip niliiutehit =- _-- _." 7 -. _-- ? !
, river. He says that the average tianks, :.. f \ ., '..:, = -: .
(rtt wide with" Iwelve iuches of hedam..g, .Horiia w ,. wi,ioprtifi.Savuiili ..... depth of the iu lake l H lire to the :;
I water lilt Sune miscreallU set :_.T .. ? k ti .
I ...
crushed r'M-k: for Led, reaching to I t'IC\'t'I1IaIi,1 half feet sod the fall from woods last we-k and burned about .1.I N"\ni P-I' r- lievifw.The I-
the line or the in direction i :. A .'j-' :: ,
couuty i .
every the lake lo the river is about twenty twenty p.tiirls: of fence for Mr. A.V.. = = ; 1 \ "
e.r' II h a 18 ownwife .d : ::..yi
I govern ;: l''I.
of ( cat..
out ) The have
plans I j our fret and the waters are of such a Brans.M'hH. l'h. 2, \
beeu formulated and he board of i *'"" -rle: r p. pyr 'Ill, e-X''llIlltIg '\. ',, :l -.... I !
: general that l' slt'ur.t is
; depth to carryout Col. Anthony, spending .
(rom MaimMI .1 fI'I". n\ ,11. navalships = .: I. ;I .
Couutyommisf i >iopers have provided l'amp'aarhelusthecuttrr lake would u few Meekswtlhher sister, Miss .. -.- .J.. r.
I IUJl) 1.ow I. in u ti "' 1'1It'h '" J
tbemrtelve with the facilities for doing II I !have to be drained, which would re Mary I'astt-ur, who has charge of the oilier nod ..i h .I. -in.ie all the -:; ; --
\ the work. The road plant purchased ;I suit in great damage to pirtieit' who school at this plion.The lu-e. li>iltlJo.tI\UI..... f"i .liicli ruiors .i\ IIIl'SIn: iirscii( 111:1:11: : I

mimetime ago arrived last have. Iwiught lauds! there nt bait prices supper given at the residence of -- .
Mr. Xiarn'Hi "I 1' "flea-" cept'
r werkaudllas just been tt' tt'tI. It U for the purpose( of enuring! oranges Mrs. (J. O. Turner's last Thursday FINE WINE -i. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

one of he 11101 complete pi mis own- 'I titan o, if be luv.r 0/' IM biik lung My$2.oo R) r or Bourbon It... __._...$1.75 UyfcooGmit..._..|.
i MIKvte ale ami they believe that night was well attended and enjoyed more.-." Aiitm.ii. .Exp.rar.. My So 2 oo .My :2.oo North Carolina.. Cora II L
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rd in the south and tt"Ill My 3.oo :: i56 ,150" M't'obcwCoraal.. X
by any county the lake them all .. ..
in A treat protection to by pn>eut.Mifs iy 4.oo .. My "
brq'erated'oustautly.TwENT1 My 200 Gin.t ............ .. .. ...... .. joo 1.75 My 4.00'3.00" ?.. t,
in that it rii-u the leiuperaturf ev- Fraakie. BON! is i>ptu>Hng a At the, boo tie linn IIr the trustees My 850 .. 200 My 4 oo New England Rum at.. ......_ | f

KIVK MILW KVEKY YEAK. eraldrgn.a and i,.
The Jug) : at' d Keg Trade Made a Succial Features
Further along lu the interview Mr. great loss-s. probably a school there D. was cimft-rre.i on how Gr-iger.
In.tlldIU: your orJe', lw.y8 gf mi enough to cover the coktol tugi H.II-gib0e Tap. I-
\\ rtlJIIU1I1 naidVarfgoiiiir: Mr. Irvine nays: that most nil of the Mr. Charles Strickland of Heidtsville His friends in ibis ivumy will le gallon lug l5e::1-gatou! Jug Zy.! : gallon jug, 350; kegs,,1.
sell more whiskey and better whiskey thai any house In FI"rda.btcaun I give &eod.fc.
"\\ to build twenty tot I property holder's while anxious for was a Sunday visitor to (iaitervilltj. plt-a"ed 10 team of lies I.rolwlli..u. tt goods and lull measure
I atnalorderwiltconvinceyoutbat"wearethepeopte"! Teru,cah wUlltlltordn.
..euty five iuile of hard road every Col. Jump to promote, the geuer.1 The Panama raual properly ban VOu.ftX\ou.lot>ltu. J. F. EDWARDS.

year. Of course, this is a little invxcttMof welfare, hiiikrf ihi-< particular IchtlU Mr. J. H. Mi-Couof Long Swamp,
beeu bought by the KOvernriK-ui subject
: what we levy for road, but will he very hurtful to them, hence formerly tlf this place, was looking
to the ratification of the II.
treaty '
we are !going to increase the assetsnieatof are doiiu all they ran M prevent the after his interests m this !section last j'isssaBpgassgasagtEissssfssMesasssssssssasasssEsaiassBSiI i"ice-: +!
with uhJIIIIi"i now before the senate
|property| along/ the roads were state board from gmntiug him the week. I I.
ou the luntter. WE
building, and I think that we will privilege he asks for. :Mr. U. MonUou is the first in thisaeetk

meet expenditure. And we hopeto Like other visitors (rum the couu : .n to !plant melon and he says &i To grow strong. Unless we get t I

get Mime assistance from the state. try :Mr. Irvine reports treat damage notwithstanding[ the 'old weather good meat we may as ,.fillet I

, 1 do not believe that there a better from the recent storm. He says he they are growing ni dy. Consumption) / ( '1 :' it alone. There is no strength

; way, to dispose of this Indian war had his cows and hogs in a lot, whkh Mr.V.. L. BrooKs made a flying '' r in tough meal-instead of giving I

L i claims money tbau in the construe bad Ii paling fence, and! coveriug rip to Ocala Monday. '- it takes fctrrtiglb to divert

< i tiou of good roads. I hope that the that it showed 1 signs of weakness, bad UNCLE JOE Salt pork is n famous old- it. It pays to te careful iu

,',j t legislature wall take the matter up, the cattle and hogs transferred to Griner Farm. fashioned remedy for con- ?. b buying llIt'at-t.t' sure to gel

and that something along these Hues another field, which was surrounded r the best-tender and choke.i .
Ht" '. Graham filled hU regular appointment sumption. Eat plenty of
will be accomplished at the next seseion with a rail fence but had hardly gotten i t Pay a little more if need 1-e and
;Sunday.; pork was the advice to theCOnSWllptll'e
. them iu the Meld before it was ti
\ of the legislature. l lli{ putsomelhiuginyourstowacb
; :
, Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Silrr a and J I
entirely dinhevelled by the winds and 50 100 !
. + TAX PAYERS A1TROVE. girl. i5rt :; ::; whidi will put flesh ou your ,

Perhaps the most satisfactory part his cattle preyed upon his vegetablesall years ago. ,l bones and strong blood in your
During the storm la-t week Mr. 15. ,F4 r t b
of :Mr. Wartmauu's interview was that night and uutil he could get, Salt pork is good if a man I heart.EDWARDS i
I H. Lnituer's barn: was blown down.
the following: his fences rehtort'd.lOO.Rewar:1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lutfmauii were can stomach it. The idea BROS.

"1Ve find that all opposition to the $ : JIU'J the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Wet-ber behind it is that fat is the p 51 Stalls 2 and -1 City Market, Omln, Fla.

construction of good roads pas The readers of this paper will bo : last
Sunday. food the consumptive needs

away w" lieu once the (people have had pleased to learn that there i is at least Mr. \V. H.: Little is still on the sick r5ur5e L eGF r5 L, PSc5u 5 5 5e5a. cS A a%i

an opportunity of seeing the great oue dreaded disease that science has Int. I most.Scott'sEmulsionisthemod. -- ----- .

results when ,,('rrut.. The other day, been able to cure in all iu stage) and Mr. :Mill HaUell is in our midst I JAS.M.GItAHAJr: 1're-ident. OEO. \\.IIYDE, vise l'fH

while 1 wan at the rot.k cru-her two of that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis ern method of feeding fat to
tax raised. aud, after ex- the only ]po sitive cure known to the
payer medical fraternity. Catarrh being a F. 15. Cahoon and An-on Hftl- the consumptive. Pork is too The First National Bank
amining the plant, stated that It W.iclI .
I constitutional disease, requires con- yell made, lying trip through here rough for sensitive stomachs.
just the thing, and that they would : I
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh last Sunday. Scott's Emulsion i is: the most OF GAINESX' ILLE. .
t'herrfully double their assessmentsft Cure is taken internally, acting t
refined of fats
the money could be spent iu that directly upon the blood aud mucous especially The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. ;

way. It U not the man who pays the surfaces of the system! thereby destroying A Romantic Marriage.A prepared for easy digestion. .

the foundation of the disease ..) $ 00(
.( J()
taxes who" will kick. It is always themau romantic wedding occurred in him fat in this
and giving the .patient strengthby Feeding Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . iu.OOO\ 00
who nothing: in other Ocala :Saturday; morning when Mr.
pays building up the constitution and! way, which is often the only'a1' Dues exclusively! ; banking buMae-*, with facilities njual to any bank in the

MorJs, the demagogue, who will op- assisting nature in doing its work. Richard Croue, jr., and Miss Alice half state. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchant, CorjHiraiious,
is the battle butScott's
Lose progress of thU kind.Ve will The proprietors have ho much faith I Moon of Duuuellon, were united in \\ Etc. Interest allowed tiypperial arranu!enietit. All business
tran icted promptly.
h"" ettuoltlIeitiottospeakof iu our in its curative powers, that they oiler holy wedlock by Hon. Robert Bui- Emulsion does more 10.17 ; H, E. TAYLOlt, C4'J1Jl.r ;!

iHiuittThe people there are pro- One Hundred Dollars for any case luck,county judge. than that.: There is some-
that it fails to cure. Send for list ot
: (frr>-lVf, null we believe in develop-. testimonials. Address, .Mr. Crone is a prominent young thing about the combinationof
, The Florida Fertilizer Co.
luelit." F. J. CHENEY & tOo, Toledo, 0. nun: of Duuuellon and his"bride is avery cod liver oil and hypophos- Manufacturing

t .: MARION rKOSl'EKOUS.Mr. Sold by Druggists! 7.:;c.Hall's I charming young woimnof the phites in Scott's Emulsion
\Vartmaun t'\IIItt (he IUUT- Gainesville Fla.
Family Pills are the best. same: place.Ilulnejliately. ,
3.'I "" by referring to the proxpemu: that puts new life into the

condition of our county and Mated, What Cold Storage is Doing. upon the issuance; or
weak :: and has a special
parts Grade "Fertilizers
yield, Hex easou would be inillti In Ocala Tuesday and m settling for the cerenlony to be performed, whichwas I action on the diseased lungs.

plied ten-fold.- -- hissubs-crijilion to this paper produced I done. t-, A sample will be Especially adapted to Florida soils and products. Specia)

a roll of bills that almost took This paper extends tol'the happy :" sent free upon request.
our -tt; Brands for Fruits. Potatoes, Melons, Cotton Lettuce, Cukes,

breath couple Us best which and congratuUtioiis. -; A lie: use that 11!>;i picture in
TIRED AND away. If'L'I" the loi.n 'I a lad! is on the Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price IL00

"Thisis i all meat ," he said, ___ fr.'J. if, %\rj"per: ; ct or try buttle "f
WORN OUT. money r .
i I.' \4-:1': I :i:ul.. ,nvsbuy. per 50poundaek; ....... _ _
"and for it I am largely indebted to A Negro Man Killed.
1- f SCOTT &
Ar II ih't! Ca-h l'ric Paid Tor Drj lloiu.Irlioril -.*.
the Florida Meat Packing Co. of your Information reached us Monday of 'ij)<' ,ter BOWNE i-ala. I'la
I ,,'r \\. ( .. *. .tgeul I
city." the Killing of Leslie Graham, ajuegro ,: CHEMISTS
3s-'. Y 1'I _____ _ __ ___ ,
Besides having a full supply of man about 27 years of age. I ;i : 4J,: 409 Pearl St., N. Y5oc u
,.. iSTAHMSIiil: : 111' 1: \Its. 1
meat for his own u-e Mr. Towuseud It seems that he was attending a''i and .*.I'; ali druggists.!

has already disposed of an amount church festival Saturday night near'i 1- HANNE BROTHERS' i

that has swelled his bank account hishomeatSummerfield. The affair I VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER.

several hundred dollars, and has still broke up suddenly in a riot, pistols CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSE

more hogs undergoing the raltt'l1ingl'I0Ct'S. were lire and Graham! was found Bishop, Slayer of Thomas Wilson, to
Women Need Serve Five Years.
# dead.It Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Charlotte. N. C., Feb. 24.-Arthur L.

Resides! his meat, :\1 r. Townsend is not yet known who were his Bishop, who was charged with the
a Instant supply of Moml-making material Authorized Bottlers awl WliokaU Dealers in Win. J. Letup
will break ,Io\\ 11. haa, thousand bushels of The murder of Thomas Wilson in this city t
or tlii-irt-yhU'iiis }potatoes, felayers. will work up the Brewing CVt St. Louis It-rr.
TlieitHiiitlicatitl) fi-iuale ore lUisllI b last October and who was yesterday 1
and a Lam full of corn, hay and ca--e.
no liflicati-iy ullju.ht as to be easily --- convicted of manslaughter, was this -

tli-.. <>wi nut "f l Ialau'l's a result, fodder, aud dots not owe a penny. For Sale. morning sentenced to serve five yearsin Jacksonville Fla'
.t\ St.
12461258.dama i iI.
l ,
J..1" width anti strength an y the penitentiary at hard labor.
The Central
P divert .IISWLM-X Motlii-rlMKHl, family, Big Timber Sale. Lumber Company Bishop who traveled for New '
i ra\ .U'I'I.J\TIO%.
Hicu-ty all levy such drains ujion her otter Jor tale their planing mill property 1'iuci: UST i
England shoe factory killed Thomas I.
'! liviniili that mo4 \\olm'nl'1'ul; tinder Tuesday there was consummated a in Ocala adjoining the freight I. .
Wilson, in this :
kinajuljup city on December 1'( ;
Ilse m-rvou-j triHun The big sale which embraced lO.tMO! or depot of the Atlantic (.''oast Line including last. He had to Wilson's homo
,H IMT nervous strtngth ure much gone SQm e g GeeGe Come.
fre tr than similar tltuianiU! the! more acres of timber lands The stock of lumber and mold. in company with Miss Lena S< huit/ ;

OmMMit 80X. I Ifllfe s fc>h!,' must lie JUJVPM I price paid was $20,000. ing*. and Miss Ada Wilton:: dau htr of tli- : 0 : ,

\ l iu ;grater ma>uiv with the .1.-.1.1Ilt'lIt The plant is the most complete one deceased. Wilson discover! tli. 0

-ir n -I hat irivtsti i -nL'th. The i Mr. X. \V. Ellis, of iSuiumerUtW, in the county for the milling bu -i- three in his parlor drinking wino and EAD 0
t\aoa.u u-oiiii-ii f.-.-i I tir<" was! the seller and Messrs. M. W. ness. and with other machine ordered Miss Schuitz and Bit-hop to
*IKuirr! fr.iin -ailai-hf.. |pain; i ill the t-om- ,
a Wk '. i- Lassothey (jioetheand Company, of Collins Ga. prists a moulder, surfacer leave. Bishop wanted to parity; amt!
i ml hinU, ('1/ ; planer, ; ;
.. of iron. Wilson endeavored to eject him \\ ;nt'ii Florida Times-Union
1111u. il l "I'| their supply" were the IJuJt'u.The turning lathe, baud saw machine, he shot The
M'u"l rualillU trouble id la ,.;d.r wuscuby dovetaileraud friezer was and killed by Bishop. Tiu-
tecooer w
lark of iron. were a great iiuiiy turpentine latter fled and made his way to )r-: I
lot and storage buildings, horse and home in ,
Petersburg, Va., wher h,> our
men iu the city yesterday and we wagon, etc. rendered. e REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION! RATES. 0 i

Dr. Harter'sIron were informs( that a number of other For particulars: apply to DAILY AND St'XDAY
Its e9 One Month, paid $ 60 (I {
4 salts were consummated which will TIlE CENTRAL LUMBER Co., Three Months postage postage paid ....... i 50
Tonic 4 tf BIrmingham Ala.. Feb. 24:? -The Six Months, pottage paid ... ... 3.00 r
Oeala .
be made public iu a few days. stockholders of the Tunnel Coal company e One Year, postage, pawl 6ja f

Ocala is headquarters for this big held a meeting during the week ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $150 A YEAR- 1
mpl-lici this -Iemeut. It euriclu-s the Real Democrat. in the law office of their attorneys here fa Semi-tt eekiy l-'lif.oii: his Months ; .<0 .
li",l awl rt,tores what strain has industry and gets the benefit of a Congressman Grisgs, Chairman of and voted to increase their capital! >cmi-UccU\; ,>\i'ti! ,ai IJlC! \ear i o. I'.I j

u"ull.. great deal of the money as it passes: stock from $100,000
the Democratic to $2oO.Onft.; In
Augusta, Ark., May 10. 1K)1.) Congressional Committee .
another. addition to the proposed increase thi All c inin:rtiicatioisam': r< mllt'tI: < rldlr du!
hand to
.. Harter's remediestor from one
Aftf t 'ln( ld Ilr. along recently gave a dinner to his
Qdrt73rars 1 ran rbeerfully rerouimtndhn company resolved to acquire the ownership JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. :
D'I: holJlnfo'IHaorHr.Har.At I might add that I- The Standard Oil Company has declared friends and the following was the bill of 5,240' acres of land in St. THE FLORIDA ;

At tr', IntO ionic, unit would of fare: Clair county that was recently conve>.
recommend it as the very a dividend of ?:!O per share, It
ei to. Ir. C.
tot of iron 1 aim ac- "Fried Chicken Henry Cunningham one
qu.tnllj w.th. 1'0 wak. 'HrD-out payable March 16. This is $10 more Potatoes, Possum, of the directors by the Alabama Stat SUBSCRIBE i
wunirn and those trouWrd with mrvniunmw. CollardsSn Potatoes, Corn Bread." i
poor digestion and pale, thin than the last dividend de'laredllut, is It the Land company. Eighty thousand dollars -
caught and
blood, I believe It to be a panacea. boys no more was paid for this property and
"J. It WILKERSOS, Itruggisf the same as the one declared at this popular dinner was ever given in the remainder of the increased
capital ....SSS....U..S.SUIS.
01.H3 IUTIIIC bet abets iMlioMUl U (eiiilM.) time last year. Washington. will be used in the development of it. 3
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Men cf Collier Alexander Reach Savannah Alabama MInority May Succeed \ : !JI.' ._

I on Rivers.. GHOST iVneiEo: o Ejccking! Railroad dill TH u k OIG FOUR ROAD of Catarrh with i ant tic and I-r -, f Y;
Savannah. Ga., Feb.: :: Schooner I Montgomery, Ala.. Feb. .iS.-The The treatment .iej; .

r D. It. Rivtrs! cf Trinidad, Captain: : E. question of absaratens! : ; : : in con- astringent; washes lotions salves, medicated i tobacco \)

C. Peed; has arrived here with four I and cigarettes or any external or local application, is ,
nation w'Y r'r tao rtr-ainic: ? days of ."':
llivan: Hurdcr Mystery ITp .. Four Mail:: Clerks Were Burn senseless would be kindling a fire on top of ,
of the crew cf the U. S. N. Collier i the !k' ,lsl/rlve: : s : -'cn: is t':_' railroad just as as ,.
Alexander on board. "j bill the pot to make it boil. True these give temporary
'. For Trial. I ed to Death. cavities and of the head and the
:tt> Alexander broke her shaft on --- T-e:! rtvesiv t l:1::; : : vn'-ubtedly --. relief. but the passages

the llitb. *tfO cUe north by east from COr.lTTD: TWO YEARS: AGO ': be 1'i: : I it r..:-. lie u.' i by thecponests FREIGHT ANG FACoHNGER:: CHASH bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus. I

Xas au. Five: of the officers and petty I ; ; r. t t1.:..". .-.."..".r'.... '....'.., to kill' -- Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh: for it \.
officers) of the volunteer. checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and \,.
Alexander: i! : tho .; of the:
CiovvQ3 Fleck: Courtroom, to Hear Evidence any amount c t' : \ :; ; Mail Car Caught! Five After Collision
which should off the skin are
ed to man a small boat and search for vapors pass through -
j I senate allowing: u::;imit:;'. il.' ate.j .
In One of Most Sensational and Unfortunate Clerks V/ere thrown membrane or inner skin, .. .
kelp. Forty-sight! hours after leaving the .
The .
I railroad bill has a clear majorIty inflammation of .....t.... "
the collier they were picked up by the Trials That Has Ever Happened: | determined to push it through .if Caught Like Rats In Trap, Being producing and excessive flow mucus, '
much of which is absorbed into the blood. and through the uri' i..n
schooner Rivers. In the! Chio City I I possible: but several text votes have Locked !innc Unable ts Escape. reaches part of the system, involving the Stomach, Ki hu\ -.. ..' '! h.
On the Thomas Adamson every
next day
that they lac k a :c d deal of '
i g of the When the disease assumes the dry f.>tui. : ., 1 I't),
the mate, was transferred to the fruit Toledo, 0.0, Feb. 2:>."That's the I. having enough to suspend the rules Cleveland, 0.. Feb. :'5.-As a resultof parts body.
becomes exceedingly foul, blinding headaches are frequent: tin i i :--rd! !
Meaner Admiral Schley, boirad for nuu who split my sister's head open. The iailrca.s are thererore hopefulof a head-on collision: between a westbound ,
hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears. \oretnr-K : *
Philadelphia.! lIe arrived there and train and eastbound -
Thais the man who killed my sister. being able to stave off the matter passenger: an '
Catarrh. S. S. S. :U th-
reach the blood
polluted can cure exjw
reported the damage to Washingtonand That's the man, there!-there!" cried until! 5f'.tt'rnh; <:-. freight train, a mile or two cast '
circulation all offensive matter and when bar
several steamers are now search- Johanna Sullivan in court today when The committee on education has not of Borea. O., on the Big Four railroad, .. ,
the !I. !'Jic
blood ia again coursing through :
Ins for the disabled Alexander.The had last night, four mail clerks were burned
Al WaJe: was brought into court on a meeting since the senate uniform mucous membranes become hc..ltlr, u-.i; t'!' lira
other four from the Alexander the! charge of murdering Kate Sulli textbook bill was referred to.it. to death and several trainmen were '
active, all the disagreeable, painful I MII.)I', -. ,' ift
who came on to this port are PeterMcOlinchey and it looks like the opponents of the more or less seriously hurt. The :.
and thorough un: i i- ted
pear a permanent
boatswain; L. Reynolds, van.The bill will dead:
Sullivan! murder has been the secure a postponement! until does
S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable blood purifier not deranli'tbf
paymaster; Harry Ross quartermaster most profound mystery that Toledo September.A W, H. Blackwell, head clerk, of
Stomach and digestion but the apI"; < tile and general b: ..lIth rapidly improve
; and John Staunchon. second asa police have had to deal with in large majority In the house is determined Cleveland.E. .
years. under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and 1 get tae:! brat medical
etetant engineer. Volunteers! were first The crime committed two that nothing more shall be W. Kriesmann, of Cleveland.
was years advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases: sent on aplli, .ltioD.
railed for: from the crew of the Alex ago. The victim were spinster sis allowed to interfere with the stock E. W. Smiley, of Cleveland. ,
ander after she was disabled! but ters. They were attacked In their law bill, which at least half of them T. I. Wai worth, of Cleveland, the ,

there was no response. home just outside the city limits and regard as of more importance to their fourth victim was not killed outright -

Officers and l petty officers were robbed after Kate Sullivan had been political future than the railroad bill but WAS so badly I burned that he died I 'j _

then called! upon and the five above brutally murdered. Johanna Sullivan or anything else.NATIONAL within a short time. He was unableto '5252525
responded. There was rough; -weatherfor make any statement and had life
escaped and crawled a mile for assistance
the small boat and it became even FLORIDA KUBBER STAMP v
bleeding profusely. The arrestof EDUCATORS MEET. enough only to give his name. WORDS:
morse Just after they were picked up The injured: -1
Wade created a genuine sensation :Maiiufai"urrrs of Seal". ICublirr Mxiiip*. Mrnril'''*. lulo
by the Rivera, here, and the courtroom !Is too email Representatives From All States Assemble John Ferguson, of Cleveland, engineer and .
;graph Stamps: lIltltlil.III.! AuMvir, um--' i< > "I.IH"| (I. I I.ln I.
by far to accommodate the crowds at Cincinnati. of the freight train. >ur> SjifriHl attention in mail ordt-n

IMPORTANT MEETING. I which flocked to hear the opening of Cincinnati Feb. 25.-The department William Fish, of Cleveland engineerof [Jj Whfii in the city give i UH rail.

the trial today. The alleged Identification of sperintendents of national the passenger train. d

Convention For Discussion of Munici today created no little excitement education met today with representatives Joe Coulter, express messenger who n 224 MiiiiSfrr' 'l. Jiu k >tn ? illr.

pal Ownership, Etc. !In the court.IMPRESSIVE. from all.states and cities for a was pinned between express matterin K B s szs s 25i5i'Sd5
New A rational 52SZSi5Z2aStlt ii1aro
York. Feb. 25.- convention -
session for three days. the car, was saved from being:
for the discussion of municipal burned to death by of the
CEREMONY.Rev. Dr. W. B. Harrison. United States passense-s:
ownership and public franchises, commissioner of education and many train extinguishing the flames that
arranged by the committee on city affairs
were rapidly approaching! him.
J. F. R. Canevin Consecrated school commissioners are present,
of the New York Reform club! ,
Two firemen,
names not yet learned
Bishop of Pittsburg Diocese. very many college presidentsand
will be held tomorrow. Thursday and Pittsburg, Feb. :25.! -With all the professors are here. Charles W. All the injured are in a hospitalIn
Friday at the club house. The discussions -
splendor and solemnity of the Roman Elliott president of Harvard and also Cleveland.It .
will include remarks by exports
Catholic church, the Rev. J. F. Regis president of the national educational is reported that no passengerswere
from Europe among whom will
Canevin was consecrated as coadjutor association speaks tomorrow night on hurt
be Robert Donald editor of the London

bishop of tha Pittsburg diocese this "!tow to utilize fully the plant of acity's The passenger train was quite heavily
:Municipal Journal. PI T. Heyn, I
peopled, and of the
morning at. :9 o'c lock. school system. many passengers
Berlin, and C. R. Bellamy, of I
The ceremony was held In the cathedral At different halls the national eoci- were school superintendents and
the Liverpool who arrivedon I ssado eregda' by tbelr o.a eyek.r \
which had been elaborately j ety for scientific study, the National teachers on their way to Cincinnatito /
the Etruria Sunday. :Mayor Harrison I / ext. tutu t'ut case of ecosapiaoa beiortR LLj
Educational Press attend! a meeting of school directors
decorated 'or the occasion. Archbishop association, the Xo-
of Chit ago.. and. Charles T. I I ba.eYee rbeero.. 7 a
P. J. Ryan of Philadelphia officiated ([ tional Association of College Teach- and teachers in that city.
\ t"Tkts111 speak on transportation i and kindred The unfortunate mail clerks were
as consecrator and celebrant ers organizations will also PILLS
problems. Delegates will also\ bpresent of pontifical mass assisted by Archbishop be in session here this week. caught like rats in a trap within thf ir .

from civil organizations of all Elder of Cincinnati, and Bishop car, which immediately! caught fire, PELLETS
the larger cities. The order of the
I':: elan. of Pitt5bur and Rt. Rev. P. JUDGE SHIRAS HAS RETIRED I and being locked In were unable to 'I i '
the e&ly tee ediua wbiob i-wirt Kimn fluid do tot t kar
discussions will be as fallows: release themselves.The y IB I I
J. Donahue, bishop of Wheeling I
Tomorrow morning, "Tho RecentHistory ,. rayPowerful pu attret gripe, pain and sake) eos ro.d V
preached! the sermon. As an evidence His Last Day on Bench Was a Very scene of the wreck is but a few fj J
of Municipal Ownership;" afternoon. miles west of ,i druq< -lakela. RUDM'I R madie act gently and ban iba
of high esteem in which Bishop Busy One. the city of Clevelandand st
"Transportation Problems; relief tfstem indepea'nt of !raga For die hj 1Ytftf drlan
Canevin was held, he was presentedwith Washington Feb. 25,-In accordance was started out Immediately i
Thursday"morning, "Gas and ElectricLighting a purse of $10.000, of which with the terms of his letter off I on hearing of the wreck from this- drugget till tuviak a (TM **api* wGreeneville n ritUsown { .
afternoon "Public Ownership
; ;
$3,000 was from the congregation o resignation. Justice Shiras yesterday city.The
of Telephones and City Owner Co.a
St Paul's cathedral, and $5,000 from retired from his office as an associate injuries to the train crews consisted I Mfg. .
fchip of Water Supply; Friday "Con /
the clergy of the diocese.All justice of the United States supreme mostly of cuts and bnils* an i Ntw York
trol and Taxation of Franchises'! Held
by Private Corporations" the vestments were gifts of court. are not considered serious. All but I \ and }
either friends or societies. Yesterday's record In the matter of two of the cars of the passenger train : -'

opinions; handed down was one of the were destroyed by a fire which probably Tcnn,
FIRE LOSS OF $200,000. largest ever made. This was an effort started from the overturning and

to clear up the docket of cases explosion of oil lamps in the express
Retiring Minister to Persia Returns to
United States. Operatives Thrown Out of Employment in the hearing of which Justice Shir- and mail cars. ,

I as has participated. The number of -
New York, Feb. 25.-Lloyd C. Gri- at McKean Rocks Pa.
r Pittsburg. Feb. 25.-The entire decisions rendered was 55, which left WILL FIGHT FOR ESTATE.
1 com, retiring minister to Persia and r
works of the ischultze plant of the to be delivered: only 25 of the 80 cases
newly appointed minister to Japan, has Mrs. POST oi'Fic:: lucre sunn:, w in. 11.4.
arrived from the far east. Mr. Gris- American Bridge company, part of the I which had been argued and were un Hennessey Claims Part of th,I

com will remain In this country two United States Steel company at lc.1 disposed of. Justice Shiras left for Dukedom of Sutherland.
Florida soon after the New York, Feb. 25.-Claiming
months before proceeding to his new Rees Rocks near here was totally adjournment of descent
the court. from the duke of Sutherland of
post. destroyed by fire early today entailing -

"Th trip home was rather a trying a loss; of about J200.000. The plant three generations ago Mrs Edmund ,

one." said Mr. Griscom. "It tookabout was composed of four buildings the Cracksmen Rob Saloon and Postoffice. D. Hennessey, wife of a lawyer living

largest known Valdosta Ga.. Feb. 25.-Safe blow In Brooklyn Is planning! a fight for
26 days to get here. Shortly was the fitting and riveting ; apart r.5TRAJ55
before leaving Persia I had an interview derwtments. ers blew open; the sale in the po.stof- of the estates of the dukedom of ( J
flee at Lake Park Sutherland in Scotland! & ce.
with the shah He takes a great Tho fire smarted in the pattern department Sunday night and according to

Interest in this country and said that but its cause is unknown. rifled it of its contents, securing about The Tribune.In .

were It not for the fact that he wasa About :200: men are thrown out of employment $25 in money and a considerable investigating her claims Mrs! 41.

poor traveler! and might be III. he by the fire. The loss is fully amount in stanjps. The office is In Hennessey wrote letters to the duchess '

would like to visit the United State* covered by insurance. the store of J. b. Stalvey. but nothingwas of Sutherland Ambassador Choats
missed from the stock of goods and Andrew Carnegie. The latter ,
has been great development 1
In Persia and there IB a demand for Caucus Rejects Propositions. The safe crackers also attempted tc she understands has purchased a part s WHOLESALE Ii

agricultural implements! and American Washington. Feb. 25.-The Demo. blow open the safe in the store of E. of the estate. Neither MrCarnegi(' 3

ewing machines, padlocks and other erotic senatorial: caucus has rejectedthe Brown. After knocking the handleoff nor :Mr. Choate replied to the letter

articles of our manufacture." two state propositions! for the admission the safe door they are supposed to but the duchess of SutherlaM i sent a ,M LIQUOR

i, of new states submitted by have been frightened off before get note in which she regretted that s*<* S I

Ii CAROLINA BILL PLEASES LABOR the Republicans. The matter of further ting the door open. No'goods were could furnish no information to Mrs. '

11 negotiations; was left with the stolen from Brown but a saloon in Hennessey. "My great-grandmother DEALERS

Child Labor Act Signed by Governor Democratic members of the committee the town was entered the same night was Mary Sutherland, grand-daushtet; 'I \

; Heyward. on pcstoffices which has charge and! a quantity of whisky stolen. of Lord Rotsay Bnlfus and a niece o!

ii Co: :nbia, S. C., Feb. 21.-The child of the appropriation! bill with the There is no "lew to the burglars and the then duke of Sutherland." says st

il l labor 1 bill has l len: staged by the governor. statehood rider. The object is to it is supposed that they are professionals Mrs. Hennessey. "She married Mirhstl ;

It is not so sleeping a urea ascertain whether there is a majority 1 r.i'oefian. an Irtsn physician i OCALADF.LOIi' 11 I ) A. !

i ere as the! labor: orpinlzations: I asked of the senate willing to vote the rider with whom she came to New Yorkto I i"I

f fir, !jut the compromise seems eatisfcctory upon the bill Unless this is an assurance Ordered Negroes to Decamp. IiLatpr the family went west." f

( to them. From May 1, this of success the Democrats will Indiana Pa., Feb. 25.-Ten days! --- ---- I
year co child!! under the ase of 11 not vote for the rider. The ago Sterling Akin a negro shot ano BUFFALO BILL'S DAUGHTERWeds = ---- --- }

baa be employed: ia any factory or textile Democrats will not accept anything wounded Welton Thomas a bookkeeper J r ;':

,; estaUishtnent. on a basis of two states. of We rum. Aiken escaped, but Lieutenant Colonel Scott of the

From M. y 1. 1004, children under the Webrum residents ordered all the Twelfth Cavalry. Our ,.

11 years old shall be excluded from Mrs. Roebling Critically III. negroes in the town about 20, to North Platte Neb. Feb. 25.-The I Specialties : t ti

) the mllis and from May 1. lHi5! ; those! Trenton Feb. 25.-Mrs. WashingtonA. }leave the neighborhood Failing tc mnniage of Miss Irma Cody, daughter

easier 12ears old cannot be )" A. Boggling famous for the part she comply after repeated requests the of Colonel William F. Cody and

1 4fn fur tcrl'' ,. took!;: in directing the construction of white residents yesterday attacked the 1
From May 1, of this child the I negroes' ?hacl!' s with ropes and poles Lieutenant Clarence Armstrong Stott, >
year no Brooklyn bridge after her husband I i l'
and pullE them 'I of the Twelfth cavalry stationed at Strauss' Reserve
under: 1::: ycrrs of age shall work I down. The negroes Ll Royal
Fort Clark, Tex., solemnized .
actoiifs i between the hours of 7 fever then took t' air !l. :: mgings and boarded was at ,

&. and 7 a. :-.:. home in this city. She Is suffering .1. a freight trai: )Vintowndale.. I noon today. In the absence of Colonel -
I Cody, the bride was given
fro.u and her ,
p TRAGEDY IN MISSISSIPPI. cancers physicians entertain ,
I E.
by Dr. Frank
Powell of MUwau \ J
Negro St.i )ed Editor.
little hope for her
recO\.er.1 kee, an friend of the fFi .1I
Mrs 25.-Paul .
Shanty: Boat Merchant Robbed and only son
Murdered by Negroes. ton. who lives at Asheville! X. C., was Grinstead. editor of The Times, wa father. "

Natchez Miss.. Feb. 25.-Sarp summoned, and is now at his mother's fatally stabbed by a drunken negro. and The those ceremony present was an imposing ona, I Strauss 76"Rye Maryland f
bedsnde. named Frank Warner, and excitement were prominent peapie
t Stewart and; Aquil Simons, two neI Mrs. Boggling is a sister from all parts of the
running country.
groins, farm hands: have been takes of General: Warren, and is widely high at Wathena and 1
to the Concordia parish: jail at Vidaliatr known for her work among women' at Troy where the negro has been : Lieutenant: and Mrs. Stott will maktheir

I Squire .1, D, MMH' and J. M. Davison clubs placed In Jail. There is talk of lynching home at Fort Clark, Tex. I i
in case Grinstead dies Grinstead
a charge of murder: served nearly BURNED TO WATER'S EDGE ;
year: Jail in 1900
Simons! confessed
: that Stewart had
May Connect with S. A. L. and served his paper from his cell. ''
nurderod and robbed a shanty boat I m 4 FULL1QUARTS $6.00 DELIVERED. i im
Raleigh. N. C.. Feb. 25.-The presl Steamer City of Clifton Destroyed on ,
: r.crchnr.t about a week ago and had
dent of the Stone :Mountain railway f ishHe I I Cumberland RiverXash'i1le.
t thrown the body Into the river. The! to secure an amendment to itm? Mrs. Duer's Condition Improved. Tenn., Feb. :21.-A special

boat was found and the floor was covered New York Feb. 25.-The conditionof to The Banner from Clifton
charter allowing it to build south saysthe __ ._
with hloo,1The name of the Mrs. William A. Duer, mother ol "-
ward from Roaring river to the South steamer City of Clifton burned to
victim could not be ascertained. Mrs. Clarence H. Mackey has
Carolina line. This looks very much improved. the water's edge at an early hour this .
A change for the better Is noticE'dand i
The boat
like a connection with the SeaboardAir morning was tied up to
FEMALE COLLEGE BURNED. Line. President Hinshaw she is somewhat stronger; thoughnot the wharf and the flames spread and

Pupils: Have harrow escape:: at Meri- be does not know because it is says not out of danger. The physicians destroyed a neighboring lumber yard. 1 \\ e handle everything pertaining to a lint ckMM.

dian.Miss. as yet decided what point on the ere! hopeful of ultimate recovery. There: were So.000 feet of lumber onboard 1
Saloon and
having license
Meridian Mus. Feb the vessel and 75,000 stacked in can Mil
--Fire at 3 South Carolina line the road will i Washington's Birthday In Boston.

o'clock this morning totally destroyed strike. It is going northwestward 1 Boston. February 24.-Army voter the yard. The fire started under the I Any Quantity and Ship in One Shipment.

the main building and laundry of the to the coal fields, and through aver y ans 'reunions: patriotic meetings another forward stairway and its origin Is un _- t

Mississippi! Female college, the residence asy sap in the Blue Ridge. events were Included in the observance \ I known. The loss on the boat and g _= .. Price Lists on application. i

of "trs. B. F. Ormond, and two Re Ready. today of Washington's birth lumber will approximate $43.000 and pj i tIlL

negro dwelling house Let each day take thought for what day In this city. General William was partly Insured. ; 1 Orders filled promptly same day an received.I .

There were 200 girls In tie building! concerns it, liquidate its own affairs Booth, commander of the Salvation No lives were lost. The City of

All of whom escaped. Many lost all and respect: the day which is to follow,, Army, addressed large audiences at Clifton was one of the largest packetson Remember we are the only Wholesale Li _

but their night clothing. The loss! and then we shall be always read,. meetings in Tremont Temple The the Tenaccsee: river and was the Dealers in Marion

i* not known, but will be heavy. The To know how to be ready is at the bottom holiday was quite generally observed property; of the St. Louis and: Tennessee quor county.f .

college will conti nUt ito cessions in to know bow to die. 1 1 in the larger New England cities. River Packet company. i

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J J'otf" Miserable by I! IN SEETHING FIRE ; NEGRO BANDIT HELD HIGH A Golden Rule ; Notice of Application fur Tax Deed andcr M.. _

\ :I i iI of Agriculture: Lion s oi Chapter'\ \ Law of Fl nd*. -

Kidney Trouble. DEATH I II BLUECOAJS AT BAY Be f good :o your land and your crop YOTICE: IS HERESY GIVES Tft&T
I GOESTSJjT will be gud. Plenty of 1> Kobt. Bullock purchaser of Tai CeftitaKN
,:-! dated the rth day of August A. 9
Kfcinev: trouble rreyspcn the mind. dir !- 1'49 has Died l said certificate in ay oBccwi' .t _

, r ,. cotrages and lessens ambition; beauty vigor I Terrible Holocaust In HotelIn Barricaded Boardinghouse Ohio Potash cordauce has made with application law. Said for tax certificate deed to lMr r..kr to..>a.... ,

and cheerfulness soon the following described property tituted in "
;,; 4 Lsappear v hen the kidneys Iowa. I I Defied the Law. I M..noa oumy. Florida to-ml.

,. are out cf order II I i I Commencing ID J' chains wet of art "i
,. in th.: fert.!; : ,.
zer spells quality j d 'Ill' "uu'.h ot north Sat curnrr 01 KCtto'i 4
3 It ),:i- or diseased. 15 BURNED; SCORES INJURED. i iI I I SMOKED OUT AND THEN KILLED. HAS and quantity in the barA ::'*jT7l township :s, range 22. thence et jio Vet
( LfrKidxey trouble has i north M; feet, west -i tcct >uuth v<, feet
\ ,.,' become so I II vest. Write us andffo} | Hi? idiii lint' bring a. -iwxt Hi (ncdatr (
t : that it is not prevalent Fire at Cedar Rapids Iowa, Consumes Almcsi a Repetition of the Charles it Is Ten we will send you, 4r.\ the t-'u"tioe oi-rfich certtncate. in the ttamr .>tMi ,
0 uncommon I : < I foha E: Walton :
by mail
.:' I far a chiU to be born the Cllftcn:! Hotel and Claims a Long I i Tragedies of Two Years Ago Occurs Vernon free, next fj ,uli> 'jidcertncae! .hj'l: ber' !'IB..I.. .:
I.' '. "1, J afflicted with weak kid I I our money winning c 'f"0) Uw. lax >'rtr>i will be I Ithcir'ouu
$ (j' If the List of Victims-Many Are Injuredby !! In New Orleans-City Was Thrown and books 4iiik :.," jnJ davot ter>ruar\ A D.
t neys. urinates P.t I.
\\ unc m> ofF.cu..irnaturc: at thi I"ifis
_;_-k-' too cfen. if the Jumping From Windows. Into: Great Excitement Lcsses: GE2WAN KAU W0LS, d.a'.af, IlU.HD.. 1.#'; ''tall
,"n a'dj: the flesh or if. when the child I 93 reis,4ii Strcctf.VwVsrk. \,..- > T S NK. ;,

..:w an age when it should be able to i KeOlea.ns. Feb. 2L-After holding iflrrkCrcuitCourtM jtmlvNOTICt.

(:O1'r.. fe passage it is yet afflicted withbc..w' Des Moiaes Feb. 21.-Fifteen or a posse of blue coats at bay for several river ) ,

.:rg, depend upon it. the cause of twenty persons burned to death and I hours during which scores of shots IJtri3tCaotcna1. .
mark and
tY .' .. / 'is k.dney trouble andthe first twice that number were seriously in were cdmanged Lafayette Sims a :
.. '.ii be towards the go 3 feet \
ftfcf; treatment cf jured ia the fire that destroyed the desperate negro was killed by the
te--i ;-.Tipt.r'ar.t organs. This unpleasant under Ic the Circuit Court ol the til Or I
Clifton hotel at Cedar:! Rapids at 2 a. i i police >arly this morning in a negro
,,;:t.c is> c-c to a diseased condition tf the in and for :Marion count'I'J..
L, nc., ; ani: bladder and not to a habit as m. There were 120 guests in the ho- | boarding house situated on South Ram. The Char.c- :Miller complain' .'. ntu 1>

w., : rf'::: suprvjse. tel wjoa the fire broke out and mostof | pan st-eet. The room in which he much :i Chccnc>. ct. aldr: i :.. .

JX nn: ai well as men are made rnisfil the dead are buried in the debris. i was sieged had to be set on fire hundred 'IT In oaDhREI THM ; 'ISO I'.
# < *-th kidi y and tUJvier trouble Owisg to the destruction of the hotel I and the fire department called out be. ('!;....n'v.; Marie C M ." 1rrlV.ankrpuai. IM
I corn has - Eugene Vau>liherein -' : 'satr.kietiaj.nt .
led bvh need the same great remedy.Tte register, the names of the missing had fore Suns could be driven irom his < named. i' : .re hrtr.
r..d: : and\ the! immedst people ', required to to t-.i Uiu a
eftect ciwampJo't y appear >
not tt. a abtaiced up to 9 o'clock this j post. As he attempted to escape,
j aitcauseon
$ U scon rcill.ed. It is sold homes. j
--- -- --
IOrnlr. I fill carrying his gun he was shot borhood I .M'jxjjr.! ,t.tJtld dar "1'" L D. ', >
'l' d 'rr.sts. in filty- -\: ... E.BIGGs. .
ust or {,;aI5UaltiC$. 1 down. The body was taken to the 1 --- I 1ti-crderrdthaiacup- <"'. : br pu" ,
arJ dollar. 10 miles
cent one ::: I .
demonstrationfrom lished one- week for ei..!'it weeks tin
SMS. Yu ma/ hive a giple t$1!.:: '!{ The fatally injured: morgue any forced to ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. the Ocala Banner :

&."' b":vle by mail L. C. Eurnett Nebraska CItY. badly I the mob of several thousand negroes ground. (Office in Gary-Agncw Block.) I Done this the 4th day vI: J. ,' \ D 1"';.

.; -Ce. &._) pamphlet teilaj !- R..r -&WI>Roo"- burn ',!1.Ciaa 1. I who crowded the vicinity of the FLORIDA. -L.-' I--U.'.. : Cuurt: ;.

a1:i about tt, including many of the tragedy. Intense excitement prevailed ____ __ u _._____ '_ H L. AnEtoN.Complainants: .
Curena, head waitress, jumped ig ,.
taousands of testimonial letters. received from I while the siege lasted. : ii't' I''''
ih'c thir.i
from sufferers ct rcJ. In writing Dr. Kilmer story. I -- -- -
The ,:"riously injured: Origin of the Trouble. I| ATTORNEY-AT-UW.
tt Ci) Binghamton, N. Y.. be sure andraeauon !1 NOTICE.tntheCircuitCourtr .
Coti-jLUjr Strickland of the Northwestern Masonic Building Ocala. Fla. s 28 i
this ,
;;:acr. The origin of the trouble was trivial

--- Cltaton !,na, jumped from Sims occupied a room in the boarding Fleeing
broken In- SPENCER. thi i : .lC-rs.u t
seeondtory window leg ,
; house in which thee beds.
were -
Famous 1ft ,.Methodism.Ir. of Honda,in and iur M! : L ,t1.
jured ttrnally. On retiring. last night he locked the St. : ATTORSEY-AT-LAW,

J.H.. BlacfcUton lia.-ju t{' ceiveda F. C. Cuttin. Center Point. Iowa 'I door and when the landlord early this es ;' &. 7-S-y FLORIDA. tnChjtiKfi. .
J. Walter Hood Complain: :i: lit UJ04IkdllL
e<>py of the Kent News, of Chesttrl hands .ir.il arm burned. morning asked him to open it so that Frank !
II H. './. Bremen Lyons. injured inter. robbers : J D. FULLER
be admitted
another lodger might .
...11. Mtt.. auuuuucing tbe death of I To Eliza Hood. Defendant i
nally. Sims reft=sed. Then the landlord sent near |
Kh' ; -.J. TO1'
DM only uuel', Henjiiuiu P. Klaekistou -I F. R. Moore, Chicago leg torn.J. I for the police. Efforts to persuade ed and a A pear lothe bill vf .:"m.j: mi 1 brrmagainst <
Munroe &Chambliss Bank. Ocala. Fla.
N. Winner. Waterloo. face burn- to that of yon in the alnne r.iti..< : i.;" oil vr j
of h and I
in the > venty-thtnl year B Sims to open the door failed a before 1

TtUfXewab-ijs that the deceased led. i hole was smashed in it. Throughthe ed to 1 I! M. THOMPSON. Monday,, the imd tLt'Mi I !*>;. tIt

&ft' J. E. Anderson. Chicago.A. aperture Sims shot a pistol out The IB farther ordered that abe > \ his or Irr 1

&II a liuvtl cendeut of one of the I S. Morrow Boone. bruised. of one hand and a lantern out of the ;: PHYSICIAN AND: SURGEON. I published once a wrtrk n .. ircuarweeks I
F. M. Gardiner, Woodburn head cut, ties : <:e over Tea-pot Grocery OPP. Montezuma. in the Ocala 8.nn-r, a > prr pui > '1
old i>t MiryUnd f imlie*, dating: back other of Officer Windstein. who tried iIlYarioacoun11 ltri.iii
I back injured. passed \ OCALa., FL.I \. Witness my hand anr.. .- '! thi the2oehdayofJanuary.A ;
to enter. additional -
I Thereupon police I
to HJ7, wb u a grant of lau was IJ. i. }
W. F. Taylor, Davenport, head cut, were sent for and the house sur tactics : CHASE (xiiI) > '.> x :SK.Court.

oouiuc.1 from the English King, elbow fractured, hips injured, badly rounded. c'rriv \ ', (
I DEKTIST.OCALA.. E. B. BULLOCK ComI.lin..u! : g. i l\
Cburij" the Ut, known a* the Deer burned.Dr. From that time until daylight a great may be I .
Groves Cedar Rapids very seri : two men FLA. ,
crowd hung around the besieged house
pgfffraot. Here the deeeis*d was
ously burned. I expecting a repetition of the Charles and ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Tu CREDI- K
born aud vontinunl to re :de until C. M. Larson Oelweta bruised and
I I tragedies of two years ago. Captain E.T.ALLEHM.D.V )! TORSIn j

I IsTrt wheu he was electeii sheriffof lunge burned. I Boyle, who was in charge of the police except I

I L. O. Vernon, Delia hands and face I squad however disposed his men so by a matter of estate of J.I.! I l' I utua 1VOTICE '

Krut ,i-ounty Delaware. After hUrrtirnueut cut and bruised.C. I that while they might be within a position the V ;I I ea""d" : IS HEREn.Il I \ CKH.I-

i from orllee, he lived a very J. Daly. Clinton, 111., slightly In. I to shoot they would be In no They .' tors legatees dtstn': ,r." ,-, I pn""Aha"llig *

retired ti on account of jured.C. danger of being shot.Refused standing Hotti Ocala Fla evrvThurd I, I claims or dcmdfl.-:. HJuue utf
'IMt.Ut- I present the samelothi--: d uhm
t(1d' i
i ?
F. llawes, Decorah, Iowa back loudly iy two years.

L greatly impaired health. A widow, hurt. I to Surrender. _-_ _---_. _ _ .., Thisthe23raidayof'aFh.t.a.t f ,r.
: !!) .
Mry K. WiN wa" the daughter: of the Ed Lampton. Mooticello. head burn I After the additional police had arrived on -- ----- I-30-St A !;\; HtrHm.ADMINISTRATOR'S )Ws .

ed. on the scene the negro landlord er up
tatoi'apU Willbui Lennyof Haiyruu, --- --- ,
George Taggart, St. Paul, hands and : and an officer again went to the room town: on Old Harvest .

awl four children, Herbert, MUa face cut. and pleaded with Sims to come out the NOTICE. .

,.1.irej1'e and brgutt and Mrs. Dr. I John W. Lloyds, Des MoInes badly i and surrender. company I North Carolina t ---

bruised. i "No, I won't" he replied with an XfOTICE IS HEREBY 1.1\! N To AIL
NZ1WLI.IIU survive him. I i\ creditors. legatees a"'a! to present -
I oath. Til shoot if you don't is their and ,' .
Hew Fire Started. go away. tempt WHISKY accounts :m > be undersigned
lu bu history of Methodism on tbipvuiu.uL4. 1 I' ; administratrix "f! t.e -' .1 of J I. .
I am not going to leave here. They'llburn thc>
way .. ..
The fire originated in the basement F" ter. deceased wr.bm tr'- x: .0 y."a
: IV". John Lednum, tLt I from electric wire. i me in oIL They'll fry me! farm i or the same will be barr r1
presumably an :, It was found that Sims piled some wife This 3d day of Decent').-r
UwtBlaeliljtoa's! Chapel wai erected Night Clerk Wilson was on the third Is tht very best: because it -' I> I.sra..
1 of the furniture in the room againstthe dered {I li-5-st \ '. grail,.
bell and had already I
by a boy
of the church. It wa for a gataeJ: considerable headway. By 1 for his life. As the landlord and the All i teed five years old and devoid NOTICE

..aabol'r of year.- the br'; !it iltthodistb the time the night clerk had been notified 1, officers retreated the desperado fired they of fusel oil. i,
I i at them but his marksmanship was be > 3In
< Pl ou the peninsula. The land and the work of sounding the his the Circuit Court of the I..t' iall'1r'ut -: :
bad only weapon being a pistol. other :
alarm bad begun escape was cut off of Florida in and for \1 in 1" uitrtnChancer .
tor taw tihftpel 1 was presented by B
CUi'khtoQ and deeded after nwd there were several faces at every win. I 1 surrender having proved abortive Soj i 1 IS98 as First Prize. The Peoples: Building ot Ptondn I.-.m t -n;l'ri, .,!' .. :InrestramlAssociation .nu. v.,
perintendent Houraee decided that Caesar A Taylor rt 4! l I' tantt.TT .
'*th to the iru..te 's by \VilllanilUukmtoii. dow of guests clad only in their night j j there was nothing to be done but to 1 1I I IS OKDE&ED TH\T L\! VK A 'e'I
robes wild calling for help. The I It has that old mellow flavor Taylor one ofthe dttent.au'! rew aamnl
The former was: the facilities of the fire |: smoke the negro out after making the Little be and he is hereby requir?.It t, ,r ar to the
department were judge of Pure Old North bill of com nlalut in said CJ.IT .m
i' necessary preparations to protect a
graudfolhrror R-njiuiin F. Blackw- meager. and each moment's lelay Increased j surrounding Monday tkf nd dip or *f-> n I D.. ",:
: property from destruction by Paris, Corn Whisky It u further ordered thv: n.< ',\ fthi. order
the that had appre-
panic already :1
Lou and the 1 tttrr hU father. I fire. Accordingly an alarm was turned Panama i I be published once a wtxk I t 'oooMcutive
weeks in the Ocala Banner
vailed. One after another the human .
---- in and a portion of the fire depart rigid re Done this the aStir day ot J .lflU n 0\ D u...1)
hurl themselvesfrom
forms were seen to i.I KALI T <:"IBL'SR l .
Accident. [
A Terrible
meat brought to the One of
scene. for four
: 3.50 ".
the windows and dash against per quart: .itik; ; t "Court
News reached thl4 city Saturday off Trues E. BIGGS, Complain:', -' ,laW. >
: the pavement. I' Efforts to Smoke Him Out. quarts-Full measure f. o. b.
I owing .
-- -- ---
u-rrtble accident which befell Iieo&lIrt'ti I A Sickening Sight A quantity of cotton oil and sulphui Ocala. 1

Julitll@ t was sent for. the cotton rolled into NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TlaN. i
near .
lUlU .
Limbs were broken and the writhing the :
I I balls and saturated, a match applied
I't the iH-rifla storm of Mondiy heW mass of humanity rapidly accumulated vorable : STRAUSS & CO. Sole Agts. .
I I and the blazing substance hurled Into Department of the Inter.-t I I..i ii| ttftkr at

caught beneath a ftllen tree. He II constituted a sickening sight the room avenues of escape being At Gatatsx-ille. Fit., Frl" i
Those who jumped from the thirdI tivity for Ocala Fla.
and : guarded The furniture in the "VOTICK IS HEKEB101' f-'s ,19't i ] t
\I *4 piuued to the earth was I story windows had little hope of sur.I j room of the .' fcl'iowing named" ..-: u. :
I caught quickly filling the place with .. .
his intention to make '
kaock uuCOnocioui, by the fall. I j viving the frightful leap. but few hesitated Knox V' "WI'P""OI. ;
smoke and flame. Sims hung hI'> claIm. and that !said P' a maiie hr.
he as the flames came nearer and j on to the ;; DR. ALEXANDER'SI t re clerk Circuit Court at ". ,'. l 1. .. ou i
W two he recovered cousciousneea; I I his hiding place until he was nearly I .
I .U.tk
3 I nearer. Miss Nellie Currans was the the 'p :
Sound it impossible toeitricatehimself: last to leave the burning structure and suffocated and then made a break to I Persons 'i'in/ KU'S.-\ <,ILfcSoi.Ia. I'"."* !
I escape. As he appeared at the door i TONIC : f-.taJ j->i I.,. the stjutn b < ,wc..: IJH.II of
awl rrotmiutd in th d condition until !sustained terrible burns before she j course :I CHill tcr ami north hall ol Mjuth- rulo-ii': u 3.towuhipisaath
j with a pistol Patrolman Fred Smith : '
sprang from the window on which she I sider I .-. ranj.He 1
FrhUj uuti rgoiug the severe weather who was armed with a Winchester' ie names the Iv-'Iluwin > -- t tc |\.1.\ahi -'
had sought. refuge. ; ta;: A positive permanent, an 1 wfecnre for Bilaria. I contimuu, Te-itcut.e > < cu>'u\> '. i ;
of intervening day and nights and Outside the work of rescue was carried I' rifle fired at him. His aim was true j United : and Fmr. Contains no poison. The beat, j. Oi Said l.illil. VlKah.i .' a" it T.>,,,to a. ...
and the staggered Hall. Anlh..w JaiL-on. J p p.Bclteiw. I
negro n. rtaly and
AII1i-r rio< ic, Appetizer, Strength-
drink forward A to take !
0' without food or rapidly. vast crowd j Fla
WM i
t'Vurw I! wo 'nded. Instantly other policeman: I .ero-lesandchiMrenknown. '".
nerforpale,sickly l 3'u.l\
i of people attracted by the flames I. __ ces-ful
4 all that tltue.VhtU area un mm. He had scarcely fallento : the glow: to faaed cheeks ; makes weak I "") Rrg utter ..
wildly sought information concerning i they : ,>
found the floor when he was .11.i,1. Then : a fat an.l hearty. --- -
rescued it was I
\ he waa friends in the burning structure The
I form tasteless to take.
Tablet : easy
the firemen ran a lead of hose int.) 1---------- \ ,
bi..*nu wa.. bcuktD aDd be was in a hotel was a seething furnace and it !i the building an-1 extinguished th be (' Price 53 ttj. Trial Size, 25 d!.

was impossible to attempt to rescue I of the I will beat the f"I"WIIlO! : plaes-a at
Bi.t pitiable and exhausted condition. flames and the body was dragged: out Alexander Liver Regulator cures Biliousness I the time dated civreturn .,
: by entering the building. The injured i I en Dr. (0) i. f a.
: All III swing done for hb restoration were conveyed to adjoining bus. lifted into a patrol wagon and driven ,Torpid Liver,Constipation..Sick Headache i real! and l*nlltt1all""I") )' ny tua n/ri- I
through a line of excited negroes tc Pries 2J Cuts.: Far site t| cultural i LIt'Liw -
report Its r ,33atrea
c, pi.flik but it i U uot believed that heI mess houses that had been converted: the police station. i iI I I i

into impromptu hospitals.. n: KLf1'4' .
i.I cut survive the awful ordeal to which of Some Past Crime.It Wm. Anderson, Druggist Ocala, Fla. i 1I
The fire department confined itr efforts Guilty ----- I Kendrick .......... V./ndny; 2 a. m I

h. w." ,.ul>je>cUd. to preventing the spread of the is believed that the negro resisted I, the evated NOTICE. Martio........ .... \loddill. : : (.. in. I

.- ----- flames. Several times the National arrest because of some crime com : Lowell........ ..... ... 111..1.I i y -a *. 111.Iteddick..u' 1

School Conttst Postponed. hotel caught fire but the..fire there was mitted in the parishes. though land ; with In the United District States ut Fbnda.Circuit In Chancery.Uourt. Southern -'>' ijri: j"- m.Ceutral 1McJntorQ.

I .. .. \.a..hn
bad extinguished.The . >
to the exceedingly lord Cain thinks he was mentally un H. P.Deal, Complainant .-s. Perry H. Nu
i state Young Men's Christian association balanced. He had acted for mate gent et ai, defendant.-Bill to Foreclose : ......... ......... it.r-1 II' ;1. i> 'm.

wtath Stturday and which had I II I. convention was in queerly I wage : APPE KIXG TO THE COCRT THAT I I n D1IDJ'toD. .... ...... .ti I 1'ioj n, a. in.Fairtiebi. ..;
before progressrn two days. From the first attempt tc panies IT the defendants m said cause spencer. 1.. I ............ .... Fnd.y t). I Iibady .,. 111.I .
bwll prevailing tor some day Cedar Rapids at the tim and a enter the room Sims insisted that the I Sash Emily: 0 Hart. Charles: .\. Nah GeorgeS. ( rove .... M("..t .Lty! K. a. ui

I \\ 'rtutfodeot Curn thought it ad- district Knights of Pythias convention. police wanted t.) murder bin. While 28 Fraacti. Xa..,h.Nash.Frank Katherine M Sa.hIellolla Sash Mary D F .Cad Nash I PauIos..I: t >y'4, |> m.Bflleview .

it Delegates to these conventions consti. the fire was burning he was heard Margaret *. Muzzey Frink :X Wescott. heirsat ... .. 1 ". *uI"1
contest as
.1.P ....1.;.- 1 II postpone the tuted most of the Injured and missing.At praying for deliverance. Just before vice law ot Henry s. Nash. Henry of. Heath and Pedro, echo .1.1'I!1.11, ... inBummerftdd
Stewart Executors S. I
Robert A. as Henry
... lniot impossible! for any of the 9:30 o'clock this morning it wasstated I he was smoked out he shouted that men J Naah J- T. Elliott. \V. E. Dicken and Richard \\:':i i. -,1-1 | |, p. tu. I

that there must be 15 20 o Croisdale. are not residents of. or found within l'audler..tut.r..t.y 12, .. ut.Ocklawaba .
ntudeuU to reach the city. or he would rather be killed! than taken :
country the :uthern: District of Florida and that it u .....".. .1 :iursats7 I:!, j il. m. '
bodies in the debris as the large num. alive. An examination of ;V room not practicable to serve on sa.d defendants a :
The t'onfr8t will Hot uow take place subpoena or order of tilts court to appear plead Eastlak..I. inyit; a. inVeirsdale ;
of had been seen to fall following the tragedy showed that
ber persons
answer or demur in said cause. \ ._Frty !.t. [a. m
Html Saturday, March Utb, 1903.It from the windows in the flames. The Sims had gotten possession of Of. tune It is ordered! that the said defendants SpencerM. Drawdvlt't rdj y N. .. m ::
._ quarry Nash, Emily 0 Hart. Charles A. Nash, .
proprietors of the hotels also estimate ficer Winstein's revolver after shoot I caused George S. Nash., Frank M. Mash Meliona O.Xasb. Lauadale, gi-bo-iJ UUUIN $ai. 1 14, \i. I..
Dazzles the World. ing it from his hands. The neighbor Francis Nash Katherine Na>b, Mary F. Moss BluffMonday I.*, a. m.
there must be close to this number I men 1 Card Margaret W Muzzey. Frank :N.: Wescott.
medicine ha ever hood in which the affair occurred is Electra..Monday In, p. m.
X. in law of S. Nash. H. Heath
) t1i.iovery unaccounted for. The work of inden. a rough one. It is a barrel house cen. .I force heirs and Robert at A. Henry Stewart. as seulors.Henry oi HenryS Lynn..... ..........., Tumday 17, a. m

enwted Ifle |U-irttr of the excitement tiflcation of the missing was, however dous Nash, J. T. Elliott W. E Dicken and Richard tirabamviUe..Tu..o..j 17, p. vu.I .
trouble has
necessarily difflcult ter and frequently occur- Croisdale. do appear. plead answer or demur -I Connor .W lbt'lldaJ 18, s. m. ;
been caused by Dr. King's the said bill the above entitled I
that bu ed there. Sims was a tall. black. to in cause I school bouv
bluff on file in the omce of the clerk of said court at Halt springs, j 'r'
:\.w Discovery for consumption. Its well built negro. He had been em el of | Jacksonville in said district. Thursday,19z.m. i ::

pvrrr't tt'ttt" have been on hopele nloyed in rlilraaJ"Ot'k at Uarrahaa I OH or before the Sid day of April, A. D ;goi. KerrCity..Thursday Itt! p. u :

pneumonia: Booth Visits Worcester, wiass. and that this order be published once a week Eureka ...... Friday 9), a. m. m
consumption, Will Strikers.
vii-Unisof Worcester Mass., Feb. 23.-General Support for six consecutive weeks in the Banner* newspaper Daisy.Friday a, p. *.
and bronchitis, published in the city of Ocala. Flonda,
twworrhaze: pl*'uny Amsterdam Feb. 23.-The railroaJ Ft. McCoy..:
Saturday a.
William Booth, the founder of the Salvation and that in case said defendants shall not appear a.
thauiands IIf whom itiha-j: restored to Army, has made: another visit employes of Holland have decided to Queen plead answer or demur within the time Anthony.............. ...... Motiilaytt.Sparr .
cold work with the of limited this court will entertain jurisdiction and .....Tuesday 24, a. m.Or .
perfect health. For coughs, to Worcester after an absence of four cease object providing has proceed to the hearing and adjudication ot said :;
hay fever hoa .ene-s the adoption of the proposed law boat cause and suit in the same manner as if said een woo- .Ttw. iay 2i, p. ou ti
and was given a cord.algreeting
Mthui* croup, very
) years.
railroad defendants had been served with process within Citra \V 1n. id*y JS, a. a. D
cough it is the quickest, in Mechanics' hall by prohibiting strikes. A meeting of its District of Florida.
aud whooping an audience the Southern Orange .Springs. ThuMay =S, .. n.
surest cure in the world. It i;: sold! by of 1,500 people I who frequently : of the leaders of the workmen's boat J A.Done D., and ordered this 17 day of February. Ocala ........Fri. and Hat.; 27 *a4 $fc. i!;:

the .\nti- Iouopoly Drugstore, who applauded his account of what the unien, having a membership of 90.- i steel 1903. JAMEs W. t.ocxz.jadge.. The law requires all return |.,t,.

sitafictiou or refund mon Salvation Army is doing and has done 000, W resolved to sipport the made b; the first of ApriL -
b guarantee : railroad men. The date of the l I A true copy.:
,I bottlei,50jaud1.00. Trial] for t.o wellire S
ey. Lr has rot yet been anno unced, I .2Ooft J11 Tax.iieseor31ayo,
bottles free. 1 e::.":

4i. _....:::t.S ....._ ...._.t._....,_...._......_.."_.. :t._ "", """" .k.-- :"" ...""" ........... -...;.........-....., _. '-' .. ------ -

.C 1 ; yri -- T 1MMM+r MY C+ww.-F YY M!. i.


( THE CHURCHES SUNDAY. " " 7"" ""Q"'Y""T"" ""ri1"Y", '' ? f""t",1" ?" " " ,,

Au unusually large number attended ..
the churches Sunday: Uoruiu;. ... .
At the \It'tluxliotchurch: Kev. J. A. I>- -
Heudry preached a very instructiveand :: ABE JAKE = ..
tllectives-ennon, which eli'-ited

gation.the Mr dotest*. J. II.attention Hilburn of added his congre lUu'h1It'n..ur 'TE A' P Olffl .;.. .,.:.,.Jt%<'f....Rf'f 0. C .>1yf.1 I RY'tl ..:-..

!" to 1111it'f'jct!by a beautifully .i I l.i', ",,.a' ,". ._, ...
I rendered solo.
Tlie Kpworlll League in the afternoon -


n 6. of ftc.iuteitstii.g foreign*,Sirs."dncu-sing Hilburn meeting immigrants,, the sang on evangelization a''Home solo the at negro Mission this, BEST PRiCES! BEST G-O DS-B!! ST'TRiATMEr T! I t I I

wrvice, and Mi-sKlo.\se, Izlar delighted 0--- i
t all with her violin playing.,
i At the Kiptist church Kev. L. 15. E These Are the Tbree Allies That (Gayer) This Establishment

Warren preached very eloquently
the subject\ "Gaining the World and J.6 6 IQ) All StfQSGijs) of tije) Year. ,
Saving: the Soul. e-- f.L;?; w'V ...
rendered the anthem, IJ>- __ _. .. .-
The choir ---- --- --
-- -
"Light of the ,rorJ.lhil'h was 9-- .FJf 4.E' t
..., .\ ;
very much enjoyed.At -- ; ..
the Christian church the newt
i pastor Ht'n.. H. Hannah ag*ill delighted Oar satisfaction. There
his congregation with an eloquent aim is to give perfect is no |

Hermou. ....
At the Episcopal church the rector,, -

a very Kev. beautiful Henry W.sermon Little using, preached as a text a reason why we shouldn't as we run an exclusive I

the following: "Lest we Forget!," auda ..

occasion it Washington's referring to pay especially him( an birthday eloquent to(his religious took tribute -- tll GROCERY store and have been studying the wants I

All ofIr.. Litlle's sermons are

and noted this for was thtir one strength> of the best and he beauty has rte of the people for over ten years. If at any time you ig '

preached during his residence among + '
I .. '.
In the evening he preached at -

Panuapoll kee. get anything here which is not right we ask to II
!>r. W. (?. Lindsey, of Biloxi,, Miss., you :
the new Presbyterian miui tl'rlreach.
I' ed his first sermon Sunday morning,

It the"Christ subject the Pre-eminent of his discourse one." being, Tell Us Of It 1 ,

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r In the evening all the churches -4
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united with the Presbyterians in 6 -- ..' .
welcoming Dr. Linde)'. Kev. L. B. -- -
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Warren, Kev. J. A. Heudry and D.
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E. Hannah were present aud participated : .. :

i Dr. in Lindsey1 the services.subject was, "This! 38 VARIETIES OBELISK FLOUR 1

\ One Thing I Do" and he delivered at
sermon that shows him a preacher of F ..
t wonderful ability. Like his text he
pursued the one theme, and never .
departed from the thread of his ar The Best
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gument. The H'rmonVall strong
I, forceful, and eloquent and exceedingly ::: If you want satisfactory canned goods you must depend '
pleading to the many who were &9- That Money

present. :: upon the name of the brand. There is no way
The choir rendered a very .pretty -t0
anthem and after the sermon Mr. :--::- Can Buy .
tell. You -
to cant taste, smell feel nor sec.
CliU'ord Anderson sang most pleasingly .
the,"heautifulsacred; song, "Face toFapt' :::: Buying Canned Goods is like buying "a pig in .-O..

: ...
Tendency of the Times. ::: a bag,"-don't know what you're getting. You can depend ont ..
The tendency of medical science ii "
toward preventive measures. The rflyI STAff OF LIFE"dOwes I
l>*)t thought of the world i is being g::= The Famous ,.-l
: given to the subject. It is easier aud 'j6 I

.bHIer to {prevent than to cure. It Royal Scarlet"Brand
; has been fully demonstrated: that I It
t pneumonia,one of the most dangei+ -- its --
: name to the nutriment
; dift-abes that medical men have to
contend with, can be prevented by I--- --

I. the use of Chamberlain's Cough Kern- I C eB--- in the Flour from which it is
edy. Pneumonia always results from I Ii --
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; a cold or from un attack of influenza
(grip) and it has been observed that: : -- made Good bread --
l can only be
t this remedy counteracts any tendency : .
f of these: diseases toward pneumonia. E 38 VARIETIES

1} This has been fully proven in many made of Good Flour
thousands: of cases iu which this remedy dot
has! been used during the great IJfIt--
prevalence of colds and grip iu rrrent -.-
years, aud can be relied upon with -- ------ ....!
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: and difficulty in breathing and pains'f -
in the client, then it is announced
i that the patient has pneumonia. Be! ::= 3 *
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Cough Remedy as soon as the
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proposed' to give one
j tenth of their gross receipts on lastHaturdaj's __
:= When in town make \! ..
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t The amount turned 0\er was:SIS j_:. E Yours for more business __
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city will set apart' one-teuth of their '. ...
gross receipts on one day's sales to the -- ABE BROWN & BRO, Proprietors

hospital this institution will be larg-- I ...
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& her new sweetheart, that she thought NEWYORKltGRASP md fair. j KNITTING WORKS BURNED.
DOWN MOUNTAIN I him to be as nice as he could be. The clcse air was burdened with the ANARCHISTS PLAN --

With this remark hardly out of her Jraperfume of burning eastern : [ Over 303: Employes? Thrown Out of
mouth Jones drew his revolver : intense. A wreath of wax flower i
young Work.
WILD/ CANS DASHED and fired. The ball found its way to OF CHIP EPIDEMIC !lay 03 the coffin. the tribute of an 0 cidental OREATCONVENTIONMay St. Joseph Mich.! Feb 2 .-Tto

Her hf> causing instant Jeah. : mourner. As the time for ; Cooper-Welis .
t Ii art < i Knitting work were d.
Before her escort could do anthing m the funeral hervices drew near, the stroyed by fire early today throwlag
Fatal Wreck on the Pennsyl- or speak a word Jones fired at him. BcllcT Hospital Is Crowded ;; :rom became filled with Chinamen Radically Affect All Europe's 306 employes out of ork.

I' The ball penetrated the left side. ItI i! i actor friends of the bereft Imsband | The l loss is estimated at uoe._
vania Railroad.ONE Crowned Heads.
With Patients. who chanted: the of his grief I!
I is believed he will recover. story The fire originated from an electric
Just as Jones fired the -cond shot -- and eulogized the virtues of his bride. light wire in the carding department
refreshment for still
I the young man who had caused all the lingering and spread with lightning rapidity. In
: trouule cried out: I' spirit of May Llyn, so that it might j I 20 minute the plant wa* la nun* -
Wreck VIlli Caused by Loaded Coke Has that Through the Bcastful Talk of a Young
Serious Become Epidemic
be sustained in its I
trip to the cemetery Several
the night force
I "What have you done I am Maggie's were burned
Cart Wild and Colliding where the devils'! Delegate to the Convention From i
Running I ; brother!" Corps of Inspectors Have Been SentOut onslaughts :' and had narrow escapes from death by

With a freight-Thirty Cars Were i When Jones discovered the awful to Disinfect: Many Public Building would be most desperate chickens and New York an Inkling of Their Intentions -! an explosion which occurred at the outbreak
rice balls were placed conveniently i of the fire.
Demo'.shed. j mistake he turned the weapon to his Is Gained.: '
near the coffin.
Coins i
were placed ;
I own beast and fired. The ball took I
Pa. Feb. 26. One in the folds of the garments for the : New York Feb. 26.-The Evening : FIRE WIPES OUT
A. :it man was effect near the region of the heart and New York Feb. 26.-Crowded to TOWN.
- k '. :. fatally injured and four |lit is said the wound will prove fatal. its utmost capacity Bellevue hospitalis use in the other world. Telegram today prints a story to the I' Redfield, Ark., Swept by DiaMtrou

M.I "t. or less seriously hurt in John Sc<:.rtt, the young woman's har-.ly I able to care for its patients. When the body of May Liyn was effect that anarchists from all over the i Conflagration! 4

ota '':..l vv"k: on the Pennsylvania I brother who was shot, was a stranger An epidemic: of grip has brought the lowered into the grave presents were world are about to meet in a secret LIttle! Rock. Feb. :26! ,-A apodal to

ra... A a' Kitannins: Point, 7 miles !, to Jones. Scarff had been in Shelby- numb: : patients in the institution placed beside the coffin to serve her meeting to devise plans that may radically The Democrat from RfodA U. 25 miles

Yo'. -t >.' here today. The dead are: rifle Ind., at work for the past six up to 1'2'J.!' When the limit has been spirit until that time when her affect the crowned heads of soutt of Little Rock, say:

y j H Cox aged 32 years a flagman. years and Jones only came to Winston reached in order to turn no one away j body shall be disinterred and taken Europe. All preparations for the con This place was wiped out bjr Ar.

i it K Cooney, "6 years, fatally! in- county from Georgia tour years ago, attendants made am effort to secure i back to China, when even her ghostly vention were carefully guarded, but early this morning. Every IHwtafta

Jurr.iThe! therefore the two had never met be- spring mattesses for temporary beds tribulations will be at an end. I the plans became known through the house except two was burned.

,LJuft.d: I fore. and every inch of available space was boastful talk of a youthful delegate to The loss is estimated at J90.000. Tke

II M I tllrt-Y. fireman. 1 Maggie had never told her lover that used in this way. OFFICERS OF MADIANA. the convention from this city. Thismm fire is supposed to hare started fran

- C: %V. I Uech. ot York her brother was coming home but So serious has the epidemic of gripin an Italian, known as "Agelo" and an explosion of chemicals: In a drat
I Captain and Others of 111 Starred Vessel "Rudolph"! gave up his place on Sat- store.
. T'L Oili thought it would be a good joke as Eiooklyn: become that the health -
John Crouse. she had previously told her mother to department has sent out a special I Arrive In New York. urday declaring that he had been selected .

; The wreck was caused by a freight! fool William and lead him to believefor Darning to all keepers and janitors of New York. Feb. 26.-on the steamer as one of five delegates from Fine Race Horses Burned.

- tnun of 31\ loaded coke and real cars I awhile that her brother was a layer public buildings instructing them to I Trinidad in port just from the Ber. the United States to the convention.The Cambridge. Mass.. Feb. :&-A tar,*

;l running wild down the eastern slope who had come from a distance to ise extraordinary care in keeping the I mudas, was Captain Frazier, of the Evening Telegram says: barn belonging to Charles A. Mackay

11U't the Allegheny mountain and colliding I claim her for his own. buildings properly ventilated.! Corpsof I ill-starred Madiana. wrecked on the "Far-reaching anarchistic plans are I was destroyed this morning and 14
.. with another freight, which was inspectors and their assistants have I Bermuda reefs and with him arrived to be discussed and perfected at thU I race horses being held for text wtk' )

"-:\. .landing! still on the same track. VICTIMS OF COLLISION started in to disinfect all of the court I Chief Engineer Nelson and three assistant world's convention, it is said and it sale, were roasted to death. All iMd

. ".* Thirt> oars were demolish**!, and rooms in the borough. This treat- I engineers. Chief Officer Williams is even whispered that ere an adjourn.. good records. The loss la J10.0M. r

tr&ifor! several hours was delayed. Several Others May Die From Trolley ment may be extended to the school two officers and five sailors of ment is taken a meeting of anarchistswill with no insurance. Among the horHe I
Accident at Newark. houses. Twelve deaths from the grip the wrecked vessel, as well as a num- have been held and this will assign burned were Logan Boy. Mexican 807 I
1 ber of the Madiana's men to deeds, the full accomplish LaPontaine and Jonah
WED EASTER WEEK. Newark N. J.. Feo. 21.-The victims were reported last week. Since Jan- passengers. Captain Boy.
of yesterday's collision between uary there have: been 46 deaths from Frazier it is said. is suffering ment of which may shape the destiniesof I

Coming Nuptials: of Miss Kathleen a trolley car and a Lackawanna trainat I the disease in Brooklyn, which the I greatly from the effects of his experi the reigning houses of Europe." I Killed By Falling Tree.

J"WILL. Neilson_ and rt. Vanderbiit the Clifton avenue crossing who health officers:: consider an alraming ence. On the Trinidad's arrival he | CARRIED AWAY IN IRONS. Madison Ga., Feb. 26.-Charle: M. k

i are in the hospitals, were all reportedto I record in view of the fact that only was confined to his stateroom, and : Walker a young man living in the .p.
New York. Feb. :26.-It is reportedthat be doing well today with three exceptions ;3 deaths from grip occurred in the 12 could see no one. Albert Knapp Taken From Home and per part of Morgan county was kilted

ih-. wedding of Miss KathleenNtiUoa. Those whose conditions months in 1902.ASTRONOMICAL. At the office of the Quebec Steamship Bride to Jail. while cutting trees in the woods. A

daughter of Major Frederick are not favorable are Peter Brady, company it was denied that Captain Indianapolis Feb. 26.-Albert Knappof tree he had Just cut fell against one

Ni !Uon, to Reginald C. Vand..-rbilt. is the motorman of the wrecked car; EXPEDITION. Frazer's connection with the line i| Hamilton, 0., formerly of this city. I that had lodged and was reclining.J ,
to be celebrated on Saturday in Easter Oscar Backliff, enginer of the Lacka- had been severed although it was was routed from his bed at the homeof J which caused the end to fly up, atrik

w.fk. April 18, at the bride's home, wanna train, and Miss Jennie McClel- Interesting Observations To Be Made stated that the company had no steam- ,: his bride formerly Anna May Gam. i ling Mr. Walker on the head breaking
No two Fifth aH."nuesays The Herald In South America. ship to offer to Captain Frazer at j ble, at 630 Indiana avenue, this morn- his skull and neck, and killing aim

toolY0:' details have been given Ian.The house surgeons said today that Berkeley Cal.. Feb. 26.-The D. O. present. The officials were unableto ing by the police and taken to Hamilton Instantly. .

out nor ia the date admitted by the Brady's death might occur at any mo Mills astronomical expedition to the say whether or not the captain | on the charge of murder. Police MILITARY ROW PENDING. I--:
relative of the couple. ment. The motorman is suffering southern hemisphere after two yearsof would lose his license in consequence I say that Anna May Gamble is his last
Mr Vanderbilt and his bride will of the wreck as they had not '! and wife. taken .
from a fractured skull. preparatory work will sail from San yet received surviving Knapp was Sensational Affair Has Developed at
pan the early part of their honeymoon The condition of Miss McLellan. Francisco for Chile next Saturday. The the official reports of the findIngs away in irons. Knapp, although Elberton Ga.

it his new farm at Sands Point, near who is 16 years; of age ia extremely observations will be conducted by University of the Bermuda court. only 41 years old, has had four wives. Elberton, Ga., Feb 26.-A contest
V*wvort. and later they will *o Bu- of California Mrs. Kr.app0.. 4 became the wife
( critical. She too, is suffering from a astronomers, over the election of officers of the
U1' i;r pe. returning< to past the summer fractured skull. Beckliff's head is headed by William H. Wright, of the Baroness Obtains Divorce. of the prisoner about two week ago. Elbert Light Infantry is LOW pc-n>iiag

att':' .portKILLED crushed and his face badly lacerated. Lick observatory. New York. Feb. 26.-It has Just ben '! The other wives of Knapp were Emma before Adjutant General Robertson<< ,

Owing to an injury received recent learned says the Paris representativeof Stubbs Je-niJe Conners and Han which has occasioned the first military -

BY UNKNOWN PARTY. TAILORS HOLD CONVENTION. ly Professor Campbell will be unableto The American that the Baroness nah Goddard. The Hamilton police sensation in this old and noted

go with the party which expects de Fontenillart, who Is an aunt of the do not know what has become of Em- company.

Engineer on Buoy Tender Found In Will Take Measures For Fighting the to remain at least two years. The duchess of Marlboro and a sister of ma Stubbs. the first wife, or Hannah Some time before the regular election -

Railroad Ditch. Contract System. mission of the expedition is to throw Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont has obtain. Goddard. Mrs. Knapp N'o. 3. An uncle the company held a nominationfor

I additional light on the motion of the ed a divorce from the baron. The baroness of Hannah Goddard reported to the officers. At the regular election:
Palatka.: Fla.. Feb. 26.-A. W. Hen-
of the United New York, Feb. 26.-Representa. solar system through space. Since has been ordered by the Judgeto police of Hamilton that his niece had the nominees for the lieutenants "*.fo
tives of about 73,000 tailors throughout I[ 1895 the line-of-sight velocities of some resume her maiden name of Miss disappeared! Dec. 22, 1902, and that turned down and others elected.
rates buoy tender Water Lily was
found dead in the railroad ditch, near the country have Just held a con- i 400 of the brightest stars have been Mimi Smith. Baron de Fontennillart Knapp had married an Indianapolis: Those who received the nominationand !

vention here to take measures for measured at the Lick observatory by secured some notoriety by reason of a girl. Wer defeated in the regular riectK -
the unIon depots with an ugly wound
his fighting the contract system. Fifty- means of the spectropraph presented thrilling boat adventure at the time of | An investigation began, and it wa >n and some of their friends Lave
Sunday morning.
tear Htndrlckson ear was last 12:! nine local unions were represented by by D. 0. Mills. the Martinique disaster, while attempting [ learned that Mrs. Knapp was last seen filed charges of irregularity and the
seen at
\ 0'clurk Saturday night He left the delegates from New York, Newark, The results so far obtained Indicate to explore the devastated shores ,, Dec. 21. rhe following day the husband matter is before: the adjutant general

Wt. which Yo'aa moored at Adam's Boston. Philadelphia Pittsburg. Baltimore : that the solar system is moving of St Pierre. got a horse and wagon at a Mvi It is not known what the result will be

vharf. taring that he was going Syracuse. St. Louis, Chicagoand approximately toward the southern i ery stable and was seen to load a large Captain Hunter states that the company
uptown a number of other cities. All the pan of the constellation of the Lyre, Big Trolley Railway Scheme. box in the wagon and carry it away. is in fine condition! and so far

Coroner Uowton impaneled a Jury 4 clothing trades were represented except with a speed of 12',a miles per second. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. C.djspatc Further inquiry was made, followed by as he knows, there Is no dissE toa

tad held an inquest at 2 o'clock Sun 'I the cutters. This conclusion however, cannot be from James Town says: i I an examination of the records. and it in the ranks, though of coarse, the

day afternoon. The following verdict To carry out the objects of the con considered conclusive, for the stars of A big trolley railway scheme is on was found that a few years ago the close friends of the defeated candidates -
vu ren-.ered I vention an executive committee was the southern hemisphere aro not presented foot in southern New York and western dead body of Jennie Connors, who was are somewhat hurt over the r*

"We. the: jury.: find that A. W. Hen- appointed. in the calculations and for the Pennsylvania, the purpose of the Mrs. Knapp No. 2. had been found in suIt.
After the convention was over the purpose of observation of them the company which has been formed is to a canal at Hamilton. A coroner's investigation LAWYERS BY WHOLESALE
rtelson came to his death from
a j jvouc.1
in his head from an unknown chairman made the fallowing statement Mills expedition is being! sent to Santiago build trolley lines between Erie and i t was made at the time. but

catu." and the body was sent to : Chile. The spectroscopic hello Cambridge Springs. Union City and I little evidence was found to substan- Entire Bar of Raleigh Employed by

&'cl..ton. S. C.. where a brother of j "Our objects are to do away with the graphs obtained by the party will be Carry Pa., and from Corry to builda tiate any theory. I Haywood Who Shot SkInner
\t't'l.'ikd\ resides. )ICf | contract system in the trade to bring gent to Lick observatory for measurement connecting line from the proposed i I At police headquarters Knapp was I Raleigh N. C.. Feb. 26.-John IL

about a uniform system of wages and and comparison. All the expenses Warren and James Town lines thus questioned concerning the where- Winder, brother-in-law of Ludlow

.' Contention Over Fair Estate. I hours of labor to fight for the substl" will be borne by D. 0 Mills of giving: connections with James Town, i abouts of his second wife. He said Skinner for whose murder Drnttt

k ., New York. Feb.it is l learned tution of electricity and steam power New York.WATTS. Chatauqua Lakewood, Mayville: and i! she disappeared from her home Dec. Haywood is in jail. is here and is look

that Reuben for for foot-work with sewing machines, Frewsburg in this state. Eventuallyit | 21. and that he did not know what lug after the employment of couaeei
H.Lloyd, earithe i i
) i
hif counsel 1 of the Fair estate in j and to bring about other reforms. This LIQUOR BILL PASSES.Is is claimed the lines will be extended had become of her. When asked what and procuring evidence. The prosecution

San -anelio and Dr. Dudley Tate, i is the biggest movement in the trade as far south as Pittsburg west to !, he had in the box which he carted will offer several witnesses to
the Fain' family physician yet undertaken. Strikes will not necessarily Disposed of by North Carolina Sen. Cleveland and east to Buffalo. For- from his home the day after his wife prove there was no altercation be-
laiv. for France a few days ago. pre-,i! be our weapons in the fight if ate. 'I mal franchises! already have been ask. I was last seen, Knapp seemed confused tween Haywood and Skinner. The

lamiMy to thoroughly look into the | we can accomplish thy reforms by Raleigh. N. C.. Feb. 2C.-At last ed for in some of the towns and cities I but finally explained that he disposedof main purpose of the defense is to

claim: tint Mrs. Charles Fair survived ;i.I peaceful agitation." night's session of the senate the Watts and the promoters give promise that a box of old clothes. In his confusion prove there was no such altercation

kr hiunand in the fatal automobile |II. Headquarters will be established in liquor regulation bill passed second the work shall have been commenced he said he had thrown the box This is the keynote of the whole ease
this city. and third readings exactly as it came within a year. away about 2miles from hIS wife's
ctiilrM last summer by 20 minutes,
I from the house all amendments having house. Knapp has served seven yearsIn now.Counsel for Haywood now number
lays The Herald today. This is theCOtrttkU
WRECKED IN FOG. been either withdrawn or voted Danced Herself to Death. the penitentiary.NEW eight all of Raleigh, and at least fourmore
: of Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Fair'smother I I
who I Is suing for a larger shareof Ii down. Newark N. J.. Feb. 26.-Helen I CUM YACHT. of the local bar will\ probably
the estate.Bought i Trolley Cars Crowded With Workmen The bill requires that liquor shall Loder Jones a toe dancer, known on Work the Defender Is be employed. It is understood that
Collide. only be made or sold in incorporated the stage as Elicita is dead from heart on Progressing all counsel, for the prosecution will
I Peoria, m.. Feb. 26.-During a dense towns, fruit brandy excepted. which disease Satisfactorily. lave to be secured from other parts.
Immense Sulphur Deposits. superinduced by excessive Bristol. R. I.. Feb. :26.: -The new
fog this morning three Interurban cars may be sold in 5-gallon quantities by dancing. Miss Jones cup Only two ae: secured, but there will
Chicago Feb. 2S.-General Gasper been following yacht I is growing rapidly! The
: crowded with working men collidedat the maker that upper
; any place incorporated be others. Haywood's managing
Ocka, who owns the Popocatapelt. the specialty of dancing portion of the stem has been fastenedIn
: Acme. a small station 5 miles from may vote on the question of dispensary counsel J. H. Pou. says that the at
since she five
**ao 1m lading the Immense sulphur was years of age, and place. It is of steel, and is at
here and 15 people were injured, of prohibition or !license. The obliged to cancel torneys for the defense will\ make
was her
4.potlu in engagement tached to the bronze stem
its underneath
I '" crater is reported to ,
whom six are serious. fight on this notable bill has been the no further statement until it is ma4eIn
kate sold that Ameri- recently on account of her illness, giving to the boat her designed outlineat
property to an The injured were brought to the only one of this session. the court He declared there would
cal syndicate in which the Standard which physicians diagnosed as the forward end. In
many respects
city and placed in hospitals as soon The senate Judiciary committee tonight "athletic heart. be more than three witnesses to prove
on lMrtt are largely represented possible and the work of this gives the appearance of a spoon
as clearing decided to unfavorably report that Skinner struck Haywood.
says a dUpatch to The Tribune from away the debris began. Five carsarf.'l the bill which passed the house today bow. but not to a radical degree, owing
tt* City of Mexico. The purchasers scheduled to this to the length of the overhang.The Baldwin Will Make Show.
pass at point, putting a mental anawish law on the
to<*4 to build a cog wheel railway and it is thought that the accident was statute books as regards telegraph ST. PIERRE SURVIVOR. main mast, which is now completed Macon Ga., Feb. 26.-Baldwin cono

5 P the mountain and operate the sul- due to the fog which was so heavy as companies. The senate committee. in the south shop, shows a ty contemplates making a grand exhibit
paar 6>poat! on an extensive scale. to be impenetrable at 50 feet. says the supreme court has already Joseph Sclbarace Tells Interesting! length which will!! preclude the possibility at the state fair here this fall

JP purchase! price is said to be covered this point Story of Eruption I of the gaff being too far out- Warren Edwards, one of the leading

'l id4p.9O4) ) Fell tc Death Trough Shaft New York, Feb. 26.-Joseph Scibar-: barred as was the case at one time merchants of Milledgeville. called upon

--- Nashville Term.. Feb. 26.-At about NEW ALABAMA CONSTITUTION.Case ace, the St. Pierre survivor who has with the mast of the Constitution. Tb Mayor Smith this morning, and after
JEALOUS LOVER'S DEED. i iCoquetry 12 o'clock today an accident occurred arrived here. tells an interesting storyof mainmast is being fitted with two sets declaring Baldwin's interest in the

at Ridge Top. Tenn.. which resultedin of Negroes Submitted! to the Supreme his; experiences at the time of the nf Bnrearters coming exposition, began figuring with
Cost Girl Her Life In Alabama. Outlaw Fatally snoots harmer. Mr. Edwards
the death of one negro workman the Court eruption of Mont Pelee he being at the mayor on space.
LeSuer. [jnn., Feb. 26.-William
probable death of another and the says his county will present every
Washington. Feb. 26. The case of that time a prisoner. Scibarace says
X*. Iiatur. Ala. Feb. 21-A tertMM Ratliff. aged 22 years for whom a reward its soil
thing can :
serious of
wounding two. A bucket
Jackson W. Giles and others against he was placed in jail for slashing! a
rtMt of $5) was offered for house-
his of ) took place In the mount- which was used to hoist the men up the board of registers of the city of man with a knife. Then he was put breaking, appeared last night at the SHOT BY HIS TE4.CHER.
VYiujton county, and as a relilt and down a 60-foot shaft dug for a Montgomery Ala., has been submitted in the dungeon for fighting with a pris-
house of Lewis Ballman. a farmer,
\1a6:1' Young Man C Wr.'ided at
Scar it. witching ngtc.\.tIJ
a tunnel slipped and fell and the men to the United States supreme court oner. His story continues:
....UIt !I bnintiu-uf 1J S Is dead, enraged at setting so little filed upon Inman S. C.
j years crashed through the opening the entire without argument. The ease involvesthe "On the next day it got very warm.I .
\ \Yu11arn Mr. Balinian shooting him under '
Spananburg S. C. Ft2' Mwarl
Jw.Lor lover seriously length. The work is being done but it
validity of the portion of the new heard the sound of explosions,
J- 1IId Juhn Scarf. the young lady's on the building of a spur of the Louis. constitution of the state relating to' was only thunder. Shrieks and cries I i the right eye knocked antI in the his hrea assailant>:t. The I Foster, a }'<>ung man \F .. of ai:<-.
'fOtht' farmer then
U 'angwously wounded. yule and Nashville! railroad was shot and perhaps la.oucdeJ.
under all
followed Then
one and the noise.
registration under which !it is al- great I
t down with an ax and with the help of j
-racily wu brought about on of the steepest railroad grades in the laged many negroes are disfranchised.A was still. and it began to grow hot. I bound him. by R. B. Pitts at Inman
[ Lt. >wnt .' of his wife and hired man. Pitts is a school teacher and Foster
( the
4 jealousy on part country. connecting Ridge Tsp and I thought the prison was on fire. Ashes few hours
***. a? tii !klng that his sweetheart Bakers. UNIQUE FUNERAL and burning stuff began to sift through Ballman can live but a was one of his pupils A member
'''U tmtruto him. the bars. Ratli3 is in jail here. of Foster's class was whipped by the

The K-nf i< the tragedy was a lonefHJBtry noose Burned!; Children Suffocated. Peculiar Ceremonies Held:: In New I I "The pile of straw I used for a bed in be Conservatory.He teacher.

I, malt which winds up the Brainford. Minn.. Feb. 2C.-Fire last York's Chinatown. took fire. but I stamped it out. Hot -There is something, darling, I The bOYI resolved on no chastisement

-at&111 idfe? overlooking Clear creek midnight destroyed the house of August New York, Feb. 26.-The funeral of ashes sifted on my head arms and want to tell yon. in the future. Pitts heard of "

; f&Je ana the valley below. Schultz, of this city and two of !. May Llyn, bride of Sung Fung an actor back. I was stripped to the waist, She Oh, then, let us get away from the agreement, and determined to j

fllllt'' Ser and William Jones' his children were suffocated. One in the Chinese theater in Doyers and every spark left a scar. After the rubber plant. Come, tell me under quell the rebellious spirit. 1

b.t to11 devoted lovers for several I was eight months old and the other street who has been held with pomp j I I a long time ashes stopped falling.I! the rose.-Baltimore America He called young Foster after the

7esri William Jones was at home 2 years of age. The parents left the and circumstance unusual for ewYork's was sore and hungry. I did not know aijournment of school and told him 1

the1 a frlt-nd rode by the house and ; children in the care of an older daugh. Chinese colony. The body3.S I how ions; I stayed in the dungeon. Kansas Depot City.and Feb.Cars 26.Burned.The exten he intended to punish him. Pitta ia*
told him that ter and went to a masquerade ball. dressed in gorgeously embroidered oriental rather a delicate young man and seat
he had seen a strange I I "Finally I went to sleep and knew give freight depot of the Atchison, To'peka
:)JIll: nu in company with his sweet Cornell Student Dies. garments, golden dragons. winding nothing more until I found myself in and Santa Fe road at Fourteenth! to have been prepared for the purPOSe J
heart :' Conn. Feb. -I..oulse their protecting folds about the the of who had been of frightening the boys. i
{ MIddletown, arms a priest and Hickory streets in the west bottoms .
r"--II CtLled with insane Jralousy. he took :1 I Hubbard a student at Cornell universlty slight form. No ray of sunshine was I my friend in the prison. The father and 80 freight cars with their Foster seized the whip from theteacher's
Li lattes
rnGl'f'r. a Colt's navy six-shooter. died today of typhoid fever at admitted to the mourning room, but I had remembered that I was in Jail and contentswere burned today. The hand whereupon- .
&&t I karritd! down the roaJ. He saw 'I his home here. He was 23 years old. the decorations of the death robe glittered I I after the fire went out he came to save damage is estimated at over $1OOOOO., pulled a pistol from his pocket. i

jJ Mtgit. ted a strange man walking Young Hubbard left Cornell two weeks in the light of innumerable candles me and had me dug from the ruins.I Many of the cars were loaded with] Foster caught hold of the gun cautIcg -
I to discharge. The bail 1 entered
Ir htf ile.! When ha drew near ago. on account of the typhoid epidemic which, with tinkling bells kept I '\- told that I was bcrled four days merchandise on which it is difficultto it '
J 'ttit. In him and greeted him and in Ithaca and was taken tick shortly off the horde of devils ever ready to without food and little air." place a loss. the young man's stomach and he U

k.4 oaethlng about how he liked after tie arrival hc.e.r rush in and bear away one so young considered danger IIQlf wounded


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'oooo Per CLO.HpU( ; PdE P B:i-5.1! QT-1: VJR: r.K
) DayjThis I l.. >j .v J\.J 'I Formula tells the story :

'. daily to is policy-holders the average sum by paid The I CRIED VAST-- mm i 01 o\\ THi-FRiSCO- ROAD Grove9s, Chronic! Chill Cure

Express Messenger Killed, Not medicine: thin lujuid, of a pleasant litter Uste! nude of
Mutual Life Insurance Company Leo XIII Celebrates His Silver -< a patent : a spirituous

i Engr.; per i atally Injured. Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

of New York. Multiply Jubilee. I j Extract PRICKLY ASH
--- 1 Fluid I Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid BARK

that by a year and the wonderof PONTIFF IN EXCELLENT HEALTH;: !j I ACCIDENT NEAR ARLINGTON, MO. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA

the amount disappears when Hall l of Beatification--, Where Reception ;' While Under Full-Headway Double It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

you learn how and where the Was Held, Presented Gorgeous: Ap- Mail Header Jumps Track-Express and m Best General! Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price, SOc
I Cars
Were Splintered Into Kindling
largest accumulation of trust pearar.ce' -His Holiness Borne In on Wood-Passenjers Escaped. I 1

Shoulders of Eight Men. -
funds in the world is invested, Dixon, Mo., Feb. 24.-The St.:) Louis

> Rome. Feb. 21.-"It seems impossible and San Francisco fast westbound i lias- Train Went Through Trestle. :,. ."... trizss.. ryes E:=erErs';V p_, 7 Tre,. : : ,... : -,. '... 1
as shown in "A Banker'srilL" that it is 25 years since I have been stngtr tran Meteor was wrtvkej last Carrollton. Ga. Feb.t 23.-At Sar

there" was Pope L O'S exclamation night one quarter of a mile west; of the geants. a station on the Chattanooga
F This book is sent on request. he l looked from a window of his Gasconade river !
..- as erasing at Arling- division of the Central of Georgia
l t This Company ranks apartments this morning into the sunlit ton. railway 16 miles south of Carrollton: W. BRIGGS HARDWARE ECO.

First-In Assets. piazza from a window. This was William Gifford, aged 50, Welis-Fargo a northbound through freight train fell! BBl .

First-la Amount Paid Policy-holders. .the pontiff's only reference to his longterm express messenger of St. Louis was through the trestle leaving the locomotive .

t Fir I-ln Agt of self-imposed imprisonment in killed and Engineer Decker, of Newburg hanging! on the trestle and the

the atican during which he has nevergone sustained broken ribs and internal tender and five cars in the pond VALDOSTA GA.

TilE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE beyond the palace grounds and injuries that may prove fatal. The Shortly after the accommodation had ,

St. Peters which is considered! to bepart following were seriously injured: passed it was discovered that the
OF of the Vatican. Julius Johnson
engineer Springfield' bridge was wrong and a danger flag
t RICHARD A. McCufcDV, President. "Glorious Morning," Said Pope. M o., severely scalded was posted to warn this freight train 1UttH -"""' EtX

scalded and bruised. rgeF.obMFWYU but too late to stop It on the decline r
t J. II. tlVIXGSTOX. JR., Agent, Ocala, Fla, "What a glorious morning for the Harvey Johnson boiler : The their
maker oewburg crew, seeing danger jump!
CKCIL: R ILCOY. Agent bur the statcof Florida Jubilee! of my pontificate," the pope N scalded
and bruised. and
in the
were not wreck.
t JacksonUle, Ha. added, as he proceeded, with evident William Siegel, fireman, Newburg I I
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. i t KING EDWARD HOLDS LEVEE. telegrams;, letters and addresses seriously.None of The the passengers wrecked train was had injured two Jerry Burnett,

Many Members cf United States Embassy engines and was under full headway.The .

Were Present, first engine jumped the track and Mill and
; Merchant Turpentine Supplies
the first levee of the season In the the second engine turned completelyover.

t London. Feb. 24.-King Edward held fir, Express and mail cars were

throne room of Buckingham palace splintered into kindling wool Gifford Tailoring.Ocala

today. Ambassador Choate and other buried beneath the baggage, was 1IIIIA !;1IIIIF.

memebers of the United States embasty drowned by water sweeping in from

were amocg the diplomats present. : the broken tender. Harvey Johnson Florida and Oldest

The king was attended by the prince crawled out of a wrecked engine and Finest Imported and Largest

t, of wales, most of the raumet ministers rescued his brother: Julius from deathIn Domestic Cloths. .

i and all the great officers of state. I Il11 the scalding steam. Two mail Cuttinga Specialty. Turpentine Supply HouseIn

r Jlr. Choate presented among othersD. clerks imprisoned in the mailcar i

Francis, commissioner of the St managed to escape. by breaking out Fits Guaranteed. j
Louis exposition. the windows.. Georgia.Southern.

i After the levee the king sent to ask -. ,
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: Mr. Francis If he should like to b* TRAGEDY IN RALEIGH. !'-=.. --r ?
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received in private audience and re- _;-: !_- ..-:; '":'... ', -:l.:''
reiving an affirmative reply promised Ludlow Skinner Shot and Killed by _,-"_ .. ...:.t..' ._J,: -::: Agents for

to fix a date. 41 I Ernest Haywood. c.-=.If r r. ." 5:1'IQL.,: ...;

}Ir. Francis will attend today's debate l11 Raleigh! N. C., Feb. 24.-The greatest .......-.:- ... ....-::-: -?;fi' ;.;.j-L.brs ,. ::]-. RIXFORD \'
social and criminal .-... \! ,--.,.,- I -,'- TURPENTINE AXES \
sensation Raleigh :
in the house of commons on War ,; ,' ''..:_ .. .," _/LJ ..
Secretary Broderick's army scheme : I has ever known occurred late Saturday (j;,:-:(.......'.... ; _. ::'. .. -" -[I It
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During an informal conversation which on the principal street \: --' rJ Y

Mr. Francis had with Lansdowne on rOPE ira :, in front of the postoffice when Ernest a .fZ

-- the subject of the St. Louis expositionthe of congratulations which have reached here Haywood, shot one and of almost the leading lawyers g- ''- R I MAil ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERfULlY PIES I
instantly killed
foreign secretary expressed keen the Vatican from all parts of the world. :. ;,-'--,
Interest in the fair and it Skinner a son of Rev. Dr.
promised The Hall of Beatification above the ---- -
Thomas )E. Skinner y- ;
one of the foremost
every possible support. portico of St. Peters, where the pontiff
Mr. Francis Bapists in the county. L. W. JOHNSON &
anticipated an early announcement held his Jubilee reception presented BRO.
Two shots
were fired, both
by Hay- ,
the appointment in the a brilliant scene. It was beau
exposition. wood and one took effect about 3 Dealers in
tifully hung with antique brocadesand
illuminated by thousands of electric inches behind the left nipple grazing ROLLS") FIIOM: \ Only the best New and Second Hand Machinery
the heart
GOMPERS IN CHICAGO. entering the lung and cutting outs OVEN material
lights and wax candles The goes i.iiii: {'IT1.nUII". *
a hole through the
aorta. .
boxes lining the long narrow hall were into tti0 oveu and
Labor Leader Will The testimony of witnesses was that only the One 12> hor.-e return tul elar boiler I
Try and AdjustTrouble filled to their capacity with membersof < tower .. .>. .. with titttuu", l" ; .
the men were on the Three "
sidewalk that Jllb" .
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In ea ?'
Industry. the Roman aristocracy diplomats BEST BREAD ..
Haywood aimed and fired that the One 70 1. to .
Chicago Feb. 24.-President Samuel with black veils in ; at : .. .. r' '
men evening second shot Skinner rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and U 00" to .,
walked with high ptl I "
Compers of the American Federation dress and monks and sisters in and wholesome. A few slice.buttered is a 50"> .. .. .. to > .
wavering steps to the center of the 14 l HII
of Labor, has reached Chicago; to take varying garb Here and there groupsof street, staggered and fell on his face, meal in itself and almost as nutritious 52 .. to .. to ::'I "Ii

up and adjust the labor strife that is papal guards in bright uniforms lent dying in a few as meat.: > 40" tlrt'huxbul..r. /"f'lu >
now tying color to the whole. Notable moments. Orders for Dread, etc., run >tip more 10 .. "
up the clothing industry of r; among A l3M: iJD
deputy sheriff ran out of the coat tilled l u I
I satisfactorily byEJS' Atlas fire ,
box iuier ,
the city. He will hold a joint meetIng diplomats was Count Almdavar. house I'i I I
as the second shot was fired! ,! U 15 "
with all concerned today. head of the special mission sent torE'presl'nt arrested Hey wood. : KxH'EXUIXIX ;

Mr. Gompers said that the American the king of Spain at the jubilee. BAKtRV
Federation of Labor The latter was given a preliminary OneSSf 80 horse power IAII" A Hod....) . frm75 I
sent one ..
heating after two U "
Its prominent The struggle to get in the hall hours' consultation Than I ,> hi < 'tsr lakH m town. X. Y. Hiffty upright *.',1' '.,
men to the Philippines! was with his j } "
lawyers and was committed! KM nail Riitoinitiii35 -.: ..... :"' '.. !
on a secret mission. While there he terrific. People were swept off their to U '. "
jail for murder without bail.Haywood's -- .. fkiitfr eelatrr t'r"uk ..:. '
will examine into the industrial cons Ii. feet and women were overcome but demeanor -- :.j" KneTity. is i '.
was cool. He __THE -iJ
tlons of the country especially tha no one was really injured. The babal
on had nothTig to say save to his law > ; 3i llittl' un. IteC'CIi' ...
growth and of tongues raised in protest testified !
present status of the Chinese i | yers. M'GORMIGK HARVESTING MACHIKE .

and the half-breoJ. lie will al to the world the wide character of the The rumor here is that the tragedy ._- -- -

so go to China and Japan to examine: gathering. grew out of a reported secret . COMPANY .
Into conditions there and male investigation Americans Present
an In
the fmily of one of the men con --
into the immigration to Among the Americans present were cerned. F. D. POOSER, Agent, McMillan Bros
the Philippines and Hawaii. Bishops :Maurire Burke of St. Joseph.and -

The express messengers s' it a del la Edward Dunne of Dallas Tex. ; PRINCESS WAS JEALOUS. OCALA, FLORIDA.

ratio and requested that he grant Fathers S. P. McDonnell and Hugh ., "

them the right to call a convention of O'Gara McShane, of Chicago; ThomasO'Gara In Consequence Sister of "t,..."....'-''I "':..'!'m-I''; : 'J>'t'I{,%.,..,...,:;'":1 ngr''" ;"'H,, ,( ,'';'.;! ''i.IJ'
the al:! Khedive .1'' : ll.'L-' iIlI"'l".T{: Southern
of the country and forma of Wilmington, Ill. Mrs. .. Copper \\'orks.
; and Tried to Suicide. Ii .or", ,,, ,,' ::.t f, : t. r.f''j. .
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national organization. This will Miss Choate and R. U. Johnson. New York, Feb. 24. jj j" :;'j ,',,,11>' .,'-f" .'',.-,Jit.... i..'.
probably be done.NORTHERN There was a long and tedious wait Toussoun, sister of -the Princess khedive Djenil and i ,, .\. D'..'.."..,1';,.'., yfY' ,_[.:::='t ,..; )" :\;<1 r ''1

before the ceremony commenced, and wife of Prince Djenil Toussoun. recent ,i -!-... 1- r:, :::.;(;,.-... .," f: Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
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AGAIN CHOSEN. the audience was growing restlesswhl'n ) ly made an unsuccessful attempt atself.destru.tion +;J- ',' ','...:: .'.i-, "' '!, "71 71t
suddenly a great roar of "Long 1 ..-: "a 'ih !tlJ. -( ;., !:(/..
by taking poison. The \Ig' 4i1. iH. and General Metal
Re-Elected! President of Georgia Y. live Leo: and "Long live the pope act is said to have been '.! .,;:.....'. l.(tr 1t..:'. ." ".),;;. .- I Workers.
king! prompted by l.f ',,,, ',
C. announced the
M. A. arrival
of the jealous :
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t Columbus Ga. pontiff. His holiness ; 4" co."
Feb. ,
: was borne in The : 'j. -, '
t, princess
aor W. J. Xorthen has again been selected the Sedia Gestatoria on the shoulders! on board of one subsequently of the royal left Egypt ,.,. :'. ',.k'.:;!1 f".z.r, :;""' 'j J''f"-1''!<"q"i, :,,1.I'>'''lr!..j',. jj: .,'Jt\,," ,. I.. ,,,')"i Old Stills taken in exchange fur new >in-h. ruldllo,

as president of the Georgia; of eight men, habited in red brocade.The refusing to are her husband yachts through the country a specialty. Order* !by inui! "r

Young Men's Christian Asr 30- pope l himself wore gorgeous robes Herald's Cairo correspondent.says. The Her! carload As before of one stated and, two-horse 1 have on mowers hand a, wire will receive prompt attention at either i III t i'1!,

ciation. He was unanimously re-Iect. and had the triple crown on his head. highness went by way of Trieste to rakes, Fickle grinder and repair following works .
ed at the He
close of the banquet at the bestowed his benediction right and
Vienna where it is said she is about parts, And shall have in the next to
Racine last evening which affair left as he passed through the cheering to wed an Austrian count. A divorce I days a car load of reapers, binders uFAYETTEVILLE

marked the opening of the convention. concourse. whose enthusiasm was &c has already: been granted shredders and every part N. C. SAYA iNAN, OAt
y The following other officers were el eCtgreat and whose desire to touch the _. I to make harvesting A =MKce&sRemember
ed: hem of the that the Mc<'"rtuicklJilJler JACKSONVILLE
I pope's gown was so intense Jewels I FLA. MOBILE ALA
r Vice president. J. Davant, 'if Sat I that the presence of the guards seemed Augusta Disappear. is the only right hand( machine
aIInah. really necessary for his protection. Ga.. Feb. 24.-:Mrs.V.. B. on the market, and .should you huy
:' Vice White who lives with her parents.r.: any other, you are lure: to he disaplointed. -- -- --
pl'e8ident-o. C. Bullock In a procession .
- z of Co. surrounded by such and Mrs. John Jay Cohen, has lost { .
f- Iambus. a brillant escort of prelates, aristocra. her diamr id rings and brooch stolefront We defy and challenge the world to

Secretary-E. S. McFadden, of Ma- cy and guards. Pope Leo always appears her wean She was n meet us in the harvest field. There FERN HILL
dressing RYE !!
con at bis best. His feebleness andbent for an ent rtain:.!!( ';t and started to i !U the place to show what your ma
Assistant secretaries. W. Rees, form are hidden and the public put on her jewelryten chines are. Call and see me and I
x she
Of Emory college, Oxford; II. L. Cov- sees only the venerable patriarch with jewel had found her will give you points that will interest
case bet
fUlton, of Gordon institution, Barnes. cameo-like features and kindly smile. been several : robbed. It had you, and save: you money. Every H. ROSENTHAL |1& SONS Distillers Cincinnati 0-
-rllle; W. W. Burch, of the A. and days since she wore them 'I i machine sold will he put up and ,
M. college :Milledgeville. so that she does not know when the' 'tested before it is turned over to you.F. .
theft was committed and = "t
th.eis --
Press secretary-II. Edgar Fry At Speaker Smith Caned. Clew: Mr. Cohen is chairman no D. POOSER, Agent.
of the 3-1S
lanta. Columbia, S. C,, Feb. 24.;During police commission and the police have -dlt-solnt This is the Wiskey you hear people talking abuut

Steamer Was- the closing hours of the general _assembly kept the matter very quiet while bus i when they Fay "That Good \\ hixkcy." Ft ha

Memphis. Tenn.. Delayed.Feb. 23.-The into Speaker one of the M. L.committee Smith was rooms called ly working on it for a week past. T. MURPHY held its place at the head of the column!

steamer City of Louisville, bound I- of Grade Goods
for and presented with a handsome gold In Mississipoi. High for many year!

# Xew Orleans carrying a large number cane and locket as a testimonial of St. Louis! Feb. %1.special to The on what'IT'S

of mardi gras excursionists, reached personal regard from the attaches of I I Globe-Democrat: from Charleston.

Memphis at midnight last night. The the house. The presentation rpeech Miss., says that news has reached hereof Machine' and Iraq Worls.Iron. MERIT !
steamer left Cincinnati at 1 o'clock was made by Bill Clerk Boyd Evans the killing late yesterday at Lt ) \ .

Wednesday and arrived at Cairo at an and the speaker responded in graceful dale a hamlet about 12 miles north-
early hour yesterday morning. Th terms.
of here of Cicero Peters by Pink
steamer was expected to arrive here at Colt Iron. Itrus
man. Peters and Coleman became and Itrem'a..l* STRAUSS & CO.
9 o'clock but a delay of three or four Historic '
Flag Located. engaged in a quarrel and both drew ins: Jln'hhuand I'alh'rll
hours occurred north of this port. The Jackson. Miss., Feb. .-The historic I revolvers but Coleman fired killing .
excursionists resumed their journey battle flag carried by the Mississippi 1 Peters instantly. Shop : MariiM-aiul Itail- Distributors.

southward at 1 o'clock this morning. regiment in the Mexican war com road ItO| :ur!'>. !,

manded by Jefferson Davis Miles Ross, Politician, Dead.
Two More Fire Victims. has at last I New 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville Ocala ,
been found Brunswick N. I std
at Brenham Tex., where it J., Feb. :24! -
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Feb. 23.
-Two ._ ,
in Miles Ross is dead ; k
is the possession of Mrs. Sanltto at his home here "
of the injured in the Clifton hotel
from Dright's
Tamplett. a daughter of the ensign of disease. Mr. Ross was
fire died f-irly today making a total one of New
the regiment The delegates
flag is torn and in ever>
of six deaths. Twenty workmen are tattered bearing hundreds cf bullet Democratic national convention from To Cure

k working at the debris and it is thought Holes, and its beauty exists only, in 1SGS to 1838. He was one of the a Cold in One Da.
additional bodies will be found. Of
the historic associations. The "original Cleveland men," in 1SS4 He
1' the 42 injured all, with the possible will be .flag was a member of the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
probably Democratic
exception of Miss Burns, head waitress purchased by the tional na- Tablets.Seven A ('11 on every
I r- ,, Conductor P. S. Stricklaaii and building.state and placed in the new capitol! and for several! years committee thereafter.in 1876 He Million boxes oM in post 12 months. This signature, (9cQ boz. 2Sc1

B. E. Taylor are doing well J 'W born ln1827_

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