The Ocala banner
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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: March 6, 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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:: The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."

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I -ylllllllllllil11111111111111111111111111i111il111111111111" " " " " " '" "111111111111111" " r rI Death of Judge Crawford. A Distinguished Visitor. J Dance Wednesday Night. Of Interest to Teachers.

-- The friends:' of Judge T. D Craw- Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist, of Punta Prof. R. L. Northcutt gave the The special normal term for teachers
-- -- ford, whose names are legion, will be Gorda, niember-elect of the Florida: young society crowd a very pleasant at Stetson l'IIi vt'ulty bt1IIae
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pained to learn of his death which Iteixlature! and prominent candidate dance at the armory Wednesday March 2.). The, term U nine ...t+bin
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f -- -- occurred in this city Thursday morn- for speaker of the hou..e of representatives night. In spite of the bad weather length and the cost of board, .?......
--- ---- tug at S o'clock. :: was a visitor to our city yes. quite a crowd were present, and the heat, light, laundry aud tUitloa far

-- -- Aliiicted with disease, his physical terday. young people enjoyed themselves the entire nine weeks U only thirty

constitution t was slowly exhaustedand I I ieu. Gilcbrlst i is an experienced immensely.The five dollars ((13-5.00.) '

I t IN A BOX he finally lty down on his bed legislator! having served two terms in following U a list of those who Some of the advantages offend aN

-- and fell into unconsciousness' : and in I time, legislature, and i is known allover received! invitations to this pleasant agreatlibraryaeoml.leleegalp tt,
-- that condition was gently ferried over !! the state of Florida as "the gentleman eflair, most of whom were in attendance an adequate and competent (taus
: waut to writ a nice I letter can do it if haveS 13nice
If you you
you the mysterous river. I from DeSoto." He has the viz: Miss Alene Boney, ofXew and a practice school in active ol fr'
== Mationery. You're in a box if you haven't the piper and ::::J
:; 1lAlIt'r| is in a. wee box if you buy it here. We have many style*. zZ: Judge Crawford was boru in Washington rules at his tongue's end, is a Chesterfield York, Misses Eloise Miller, :Mattie ation.

i X. C., in 1842( and afterwards in manners, genial and companionable Williams Annie Mae: Standley, The university also otters a s"m4a)

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. moved to Oxford, X. C., and engagedin and would make a popular Louise Harris, Pauline Sullivan. Jessie course in manual training for taek.

-- the drug business. and ideal speaker.Gen. Palmer, Allie Van Juhan, Berenice era or a course: in domretto ft@It'&H'.
r- -I Ou account of failing health he was Gilchrist served with distinction Mark, Florrie Condon, and Geitie without any additional charge.It .

1--i == -.r 1 induced to move to Florida, aud aftera in the Spanish-American war, Peyser; Messrs. Emmet Ifoblnsou[ : is expected that Dr. ChM A.

r 0-r ---- short stay in Key West came to and after the surrender was given an Troy Hall, Bennie Condon, Lee Cox, Murry, the celebrated, author awl

--- ---- Ocal in 1SS5. important post at Guantanamo. and Harry Palmer, Arthur Clark, Bob lecturer on pedagogy "Ill tie with m

--- --- About two years ago he had the had charge of the police and sanitary Mathews! John Sullivan: Alfred Beck, for one week and give daily leetore.

--- aIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIIUIIiIIi --- misfortune to lose his wife a noble, forces, and in both departments madea Albert Miller and Clifford Ayer. to the teachers.It .

-- -- Christian woman, and never recovered record which won for him praise Chaperones Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller.
is the surest place to pr.I are felt

?!1 j j j .. IIIIIIII111111111UIIJILIIIIIiIIIfiMorro ; from the blow from Washington. Friday night Prof. Northcutt will I your certificate examination. Fw

The funeral services will take "place Gen. Gilchri !been; a successful I give the children of his class a dance
I I I I further information address the ptel' *
----- at 10 clock today from his late resi.d"l1'e dealer in Florida lands and recently ,I which will be the wind up of the
THIS rAPKll WILL NOT I The Packing house r-ceived thirtysix I dent, J. F. Forbes, Ph.D., Ltkwt,
: and I be I ody will "be laid to rest becama the purchaser of about sixty I I dancing school for this season much
yawS AT THE KKETOF THE MAN WHO hops! last Wednesday. Fla.
HA Sl'm 11.1' A"U WITHOUT MERIT I I by the grave of Mrs. Crawford in thousand acres of timber lands near I I to the regret of the young people.A .

REACHED THE TOP OK THK HILL; NoR ; Mr. J. J. Tillis it one of Ocala's new 'i icitizens. j Greenwood cemetery, Hev. Mr. Little Puuta Gorda, and i is one of the coming -Sworn- Statement.- -- The first issue! of the ThiD"U08

WILL IT Ill'lTtlH MAX WHO ISOOINOtioWS I He will engulf in business conducting the fungal iu the absenceof men of th" state. Advocate made its apiwartBte nag

IT. I' This it I to certify that on Monday, It it i neatly gottua
here. HHV. Mr. Warren. D. E. :Mclver ---- Wednesday. tipI

. will have charge! of the funeral ar- They Were Reunited.Mr. the 28 day of October, 1901, I purchased and we are pleased to note that iN
Major L. T. Izhr has gone to his
Sill EUZISSTS SiXIIB. Local Editor rangements. Abram Myers and Mrs. Etta of The Racket! Company, Ocala I business houses of the 1.1.4)I
old home at Blackvill-.
=- The Confederate Veterans will meetat Myers were re married at Dunnellon Fla., a pair of their Tomahawk Brand I City believe the virtue of printer'

\ HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. i a short business trip. the council chamber at 9:30 a. m. Monday, after having been separated penitentiary made shoes and that I I ink as is evidenced by the liberal

I -- Prepare your flower beds now, fertilize and the Daughters of the Confederacyat for about seven years, Mr. C. Y. Mil have worn them continuously ever support given this new euterpfW lethe I

I, X. Hewitt, of Floral City, I them freely, buy your plants at the residence of Mrs. S. A. Stand- ler officiating. The contracting parties since, and the upper and ioles are way of advertisement A B w.

WM la town yesterday.Mr I the Greenhouse to fill them. ley and attend the funeral in a body. '! are both well known in Ocala still in good condition ; and it i U my her of Ocala institution are also represented -
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__ ___ I II Judge E. E. Haskell, a prominent Judge Crawford was a brave soldier and their friends here will learn with belief that they are good for three in its column. The tod1t6l'll,
.' Flw. Holder came up from of the ending of their months more wear. This i is fourteen Messrs. Bartln and Griffith are 4olti
I I I attorney of Palatka, was in Ocala aud served in the :29'h' Georgia regiment pleasure !

Duouellon yesterday.Grner I Wednesday on professional hu'int's..1! under Gordon throughout the estrangement. The Ocala Banner months wear that I have already received men of sterling worth and we pre

-- : entire war in the hard! fought battlesof joins their friends in wishing them from these shoes, wbo e original diet for the Advocate a highly sue'
*! John B. Gordon i is in Flor- Mr. T. B. Beckhatu of cost was! $1.48. -
Xewberry, I Virginia: until he was taken prisoner unalloyed happiness on this their cessful career. Mr. Otis F. Landers_
ida recuperating hU health.Mr. is again a visitor to Ocala. He is com at Gettysburg and was one of second voyage on the matrimonialseas. Connor Fla. formerly of this city, is Its publisher

pleting arrangements to return to the
H. A. Ford, of the A. C. L.. the six hundred who were put on Sworn to and subscribed before me

wu a rinitor to Oi-ala ywterthy. city to reside. Morris Island: and afterwards at Fort Oeala a Market for Mules. January, 19)3.) W. W. CLYATT, Mr. J. A. Brand one of Connor'

(Seal) Notary Public. pro rt'f'ilh'e citizen, was a caller at
Bro. Hillhuru succeeded in gathering rula ki. 'I'he following is a part of the proceedings
F. Ik IWklutu, of Xewberry was Dear to his friends, valued by the this office Wednesday and reports<
of the board of county commissioners
in the sum of $-)00( last Sunday in
of visitors i r. cure a cold In one day. everything in that section on the upsgrade.
1\ amour 0 iU' throng I Gainesville. Being HU educational community, loved by his church, for Citrus county which
Take Laxative Bromo Quinin*Tab He has recently olot"fk'o trdl)'. __ center Gainesville knows the value of notwithstanding his affliction Judge shows that Ocala establishing a reputation -
lets. All druggists refund the shop near the river whlotk
Capt John Intcli, of Tort Inglis, education.Mr. Crawford's, life was a profit to the asa mule and supply market. moneyif carriage
It falles to cure. K.: W. Grove's will be a great convenience to hot
rrgidrted at the Ocala House: yester- I I world because he lived a virtuous, We refer to the following extract: aI
G. A. Letford, representing the signature is on each box.: -25e ] people of that part of the etlullt).
dlY honest life, and, measured by "It was decided to purchase a pair I i
H. E. Bm-klen Medicine Company
of ham standards it was a success. of mules and harness! for pulling water ::
Tbrre will I* a uice display -
and breakfast bacon at the Packing was in Ocala Wednesday and renewed His example was one of beautiful [ to the engine and for other workon

very pleasant busiue relations patience, uncomplaining enduranceand the road.and Commissioner Barneswas

j I House thlll morning. with this paper.We gentleness under severe trial. I. instructed to go to Ocala, as the WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK IF YOU WEAR SHOES }

Dr. K. H. Blitch. cT Blitchton, !'tatefi --- We believe that mother earth will best placeand make these purchases."
' had the pleasure of meeting
iokiwtlnit hyidau of the convicts, receive his remains with a tender .
Mr. G. W. lUy 't'sHdaIr.: Kay (
wu here y.-..ierday.Before embrace and his: t-pirit will be perfumed Another Real Estate Sale.

has H m> ,acres planted in cantaloupes with while roses as it is wafted :Mr. A. G. Gates, proprietor of the Our Buyer Has Just Left

wndimc away for flowericg and 1 1 through the realms of eternal bliss. Ol'al'agon: Works, has recently For New York and Other
and oriimnentil >hnt*, W
| compare I on the Hays plate' near Cut -- purchashed the two lots on Dougherty Northern Markets to Pur- :D
price with the (jreen'voue.Mr. o
I Miller's.: Had His Arm Badly Cut. street just! north of the residence of chase Our .
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A.S Anderson, superintendent John Norman lu< recently sod ll hi-i :Mr. Columbus Mills, who operates Mr. Lou Green.

9 of the Buttirenbvh phoxphat. ininex, I I store near here to Mr. Dunn of Ocala, saw mill at Conner had the misfortune :Mr. Gates i is tearing down the old en I

!I. a guest of th9 Ocala HOUSH.Col. I who will contii'.ui' the business near to get his arm badly cut while cottage that formerly stood on one of
) I a:
the old! site. )Ir. Dunn, in addition, working at a band son Wednesday the lots and will erect three pretty Q
of Albion and SP11NG AND SUMMER
W.1. '
Camp, ,
'I will have the poMofticeat Hieh 11I01111.Okabumnka morniujr.: Dr. W. H. Powers, of this homes on these loU! one of which he W
Mr. B. 1-'. Tamp, who 11 ertctinsjf Rr
t. cor. to Till -'ii.Union. city, was summoned, and after dressing will occupy and the other two he will s zU

f law mill Crystal H \t'r. are in the I the wound had Mr. Mills brought r<-nt.

t city today. Mr. and ;Mrs. Edgar C. Bird of'j to the hospital for treatment.

Miss Elisabeth Smith, of Did the Handsome Thing.
Brooklyn, The arm is so badly torn at the elbow Goods
'i.L! uuud Martin, of Shirley, Thomas-Hie, Ga., and! Mr. T. H. liar- Mr. Jake Brown, oae of the genial Dry D
joint that it is feared that it will
S. C., brothi of Col. John M. Jlar- i] rioo: of Jaek.-oiiville, all well Known in have to be amputated, though the proprietors of the Tea Pot Grocery; >- C)

t tin, of tliH city, is here ou a"i it, : this city, were registered/ at the Ponce was a visitor to this ofthe Wednesday P1LL
well could be
patient was resting as as
L Iud i.i looking wtll.f I de Leon at J-t. Augustine: Monday.Mr. and dispensed both fragrant Havana I
expected last 11Ight.i .
f --- --- ---- I i and cold Milwaukees. He was voted CIotIing)
. : Mr*, ('. ('. Todd went down to who i The unfortunate man was brought I ?i1
I : EJward Holder, happenedto I I the most up to date merchant in the
[| Uuntiellon )'f'lttt'rIJn". to visit her sifter accident several weeks to Ocala late yesterday afternoon by ,
a painful w
.\ city. __ __
and .M-tt the little niece who made: its I confined his his: son, Endie, and :Mr. J. A. Brand. -
ago and who has been W

.( arrival yesterday morning home at Dunn<-lIon ever since, i is a Wednesday Night's Rain Fall. Shoes ;
I I Reception to Mr. and Mrs. Hannah. Mr. W. L. Jewett reporter for the e
guest at the Ocala Hou"e and in the ,
Mr. W. r'. 1'rosky of New York, a I Invitations have been issued to a Ocala station of the weather bureauof II
course of a few days more lie will be I; m
former resident of this city, haw ob- I large reception this evening from the United States Agricultural department -

). lamed a valuable patent for au improved { entirely recovered.In I II 8:30 to 10:30 o'clock at the re.-ideuce reports the amount of rainfall Fx m
j jI 7Z
iucandefcent gas lam 1 I saying that :Mr. Josephus Mun- : of Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Liddon seven Wednesday: night to have Iii 'Ve still have a few of our winter goods

.--- I f I :I ty-eight Oeklawabu avenue, to meet been 2L
dent went to Gainesville to hear =
up hand and in order to make room for
The three year old sou of Mr. W. )Ir. and Mrs. D. E. Hannah.Mr. on ,
Bishop Turner was a slip of the pen. At the request of its many friends
E.: Wood had the index finger on his I Hannah is the new Christian the Greenhouse have decided to continue W the new goods that will begin to arrive
I He went up there to hear the distinguished -
right hand cut otl yesterday afternoon minister: and has already made' carrying a choice variety of Pot UQ within ten days we will offer lUg Bar- O
: Methodist Bishop A. Coke ,
\ '- by his brother while playing with aIfttchtt. I large number of friends in Ocala and Plant III these .
-- -- gains -
Smith! and we are sorry he was dis: a.. : C
a! on this pleasant occasion. will add a Off For Bcston.
1 appointed.Mr. (f)
great many new friends to those he of
Hon. W. J. Chambers proprietor
j Mr. H. M. Emerson: tratlic manager .
J. Pearson, the Ocala Hights has already made. the W. J. Chambers Shoe Co., left en
I of the A, C. I* railway, accompanied
I Golf club's efficient instructor, returned I Friday afternoon for Boston where he IT WilL PUT MONEY 1M YOUR fl
: by his! wife and daughter, I Honors for Mr. Ptarson. I
# afternoon from Palm I
Sunday the latest noveltiesin
to purchase
were ue'Uof the Ocala House sonalof the goes I- BOO K
>; yes- Mr. J. Pearson, profe I POCKET JJ
Beach, where he went to participate spring and summer hats and
ttrlll)'. I Ocala Hights Golf club, at the compe
in a golf contest in which he made shoes. I TO COME ND GET OUR PRICES
I titi n at Palm Beach ou Friday carried -- -- ---- eno
Major H. (J. Wright, of Oxford, was I the best! score( as has already been
I off highest honors and established Lost-Reward. I
In town je-terday. He hays some I mentioned in these columns.Mr. investedand I-
Several; thousand dollars .
record for the Mr.
new course.
b, Mieak thief entered his home one I Q Q
lost in lands in Marion county
1 S. A. Btaudley, of the firm of S. Pearson's score was CS. A. H. Feun, ( )

l his night pocket recently Look and relieved him of A. Standley & Co returned Wednesday I the Palm Beach professional, and without having first! obtained an S .BOSTON STORE.

of title the Marion
abstract from
from Atlanta and was followed Keddie, the DeLand professional, ( ) 1

The naval Stores and Thursday with a car load of, fine were next with 73 each. County Abstract Company. For reward :

see another column.I. .
Commission Company will move Kentucky horses and mules which he 4
A blacksmith and ,
the headquarters of their prison purchased after a very thorough ex- wheelwright. Must be: a good horse-

I I business to Ocala as it is a more amination. These, he says, are cer ehoer.! Address A. G. Gates, Ocala, Ferns and Palms in many sizes and WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK IF YOU WEAR SHOES

I central location. tainly good ones. Fla, 126tf varieties at the Greenhouse.



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k THE OCALA BANNER, JIARCH t Ii;, ]1903. i"


PROSPERITY WITH A BIG "P." than the last ten years have shown. I Poetic Alliteration. I[ RULES AND CURES FOR GRIPPE. For Sale. i', BRANCH'S

The interior, catching the inspiration I A member of the: police force of St. A limited amount of Japanese caneor '
Gives Advice Regarding see.I. It has: iiiHiiy nirriu; makes" I I..G[ m [ RATTLESNAKE
What the Banner's Editor Observed that in so manifest on the East Louis quit his job and went back to Physician
I the Ailment. the rinesi kind of syrupand IH very .
I Coast, will work out a destiny the farm.
While in Jacksonville and St. i I New York March 3.-Dr. Cyrus Ed- prolih'Write for pii '!',+' and prliHi- : WATERMELON SEED

Augustine.The believe even more magnificent. I The unusual occurrence caused the eon, in discussing the present epidemic larsV.. !- ( 'r/iwfunt. Pann'H'ktf, I I

Fortune i is smiling on Florida and Post-Dispatch: to grow alliterative, of grippe in this city. is quot- Florid. : '>..tt ,,I ends PURE Strata lit the UiU4" Statestatetull.
editor of this returned M as saying: I .
; paper all signs point to better things. Indeed eloquent and poetic, and the follow. ..::. I fOol Ikrp'. I t I .
"Grippe Is contagious and it the ,...... ::10..11.a""h I + ,
Tuesday morning from a short trip to that "good time corning" has ing is the result: public were fully aware of that fact I \anetick._001 a'r...are. I'ur.gi....w..I'p''blr.. r. II 'a..v

Jacksonville and !St. Augustine. already come. He bas gone back from the force to many umiecessary infections wouldbe : u1 IJC, 1OI I-yC 1,1 Ib ..Ktl I.
avoided. The grippe germ, a spir IS 10 lb> {!... ,I... itxinl '
I5eginning with Jacksonville and READ IT THROUGH. the farm; from politics to potatoes; illum, or bacillus, locates itself principally for !wed Annu1: M.u << tturture ..
: lot Kem.l bn \ ..
I from courts to carrots fromjstation to membranes of ,1i.
extending to Miami there are more ; in the mucuous tiry order

visitors than were ever before knownin 'Twould Spoil This Story to Tell It in I !stable! ; from clubs to clods!; from the respiratory tract and it is an air fA J' M. I. BRANCH.Cdumkli ,
the Headline borne disease-one acquires It by
the state's lii-tory. I "pluguglies'Mo plows; from"piuchea" breathing in the germs. Ample evidence I EXPRESS C:* "riitiaMAM $4i..s1 ,
To use au eighteenth century phrase,
At the Windsor, though registering! this is an "o'er true tale." Having to parsnips; from mud to meadows; of Its contagiousness is found P6EPAI 1 16Qj
from to garden from blood by its passage through a family, a
early, we were compelled to take a happeued in a small Virginia town in garbage ;
section of the travelIng
city or a country,
t cot lit a sample room or look elsewhere the winter o,' 15(12)( it is a story of the! to blossoms.He along the ordinary lines of travelIt I ;

\ ; for a night's lodging and perhaps present. Up to a bhort time ogo Mr. I has gone back from writs to is inthis way that it was brought ;t

I as many as a hundred were John K. Harmon, of \Ielfa Station, I roses; from arrests to rest! ; from poolrooms to this country some 13;) )'ea.'s ago i I '
Y Ii., had no personal knowledge of coming in steamers from Europe. j
f i g turned the full limitations of I to cool: rooms; from sunstrokesto i
away : the rare curative properties of Cham "A great mistake is made by the i

I f this large and magnificent hotel having berlain's, Cough Remedy. lII.a*t suutlowersand sunsets; from \io. man who returns to his work too soon''!

I lance to violets from hemlets to after an attack of grippe! \ i
been reached. January, she sya, "my baby took a ;
"To avoid catching the grippe, keep j
dreadful= cold and at time I feared hocks from dens to daisies
t All the other hotels of the city are one: holly ; ; warm and keep your feet diy. Sleep i.

t sharing the same good fortune and she would have pneumonia, but one from running crooks to running In a well ventilated room, but avoid i i

of my neighbors told me how this brooks, from murderer to meditation ; draughts. If your baby has tht grippe j
the tourist hotels this season are alruo..t -
remedy had cured her little boy and don't kiss it. If your stenographer I $$$ i .
from thieves to thoughts,
I i as good property as a diamond I began giving it to my baby at once quick quiet hay the grippe send him flowers and I .JHacker&Soll

mine in South Africa. and it soon cured her. .I heartly and from "green goods"!: men to the regrets, but don't call on him until

At Ht. Augustine we found the tame thank the manufacture of Chamber green things of nature herself. he is well. Don't get tired and above CHflS. E. BLUM & COMPANY, 1
f lain's Cough Heinedy for placing so all. keep warm and dryWhen you
Who shall that he has not
condition of atl irs. is say '
Everything )
t do the take laxative KMT 1.r1'-4..p:?
: get grippe a go
great a cure within my reach. I can 517 anti :.IV.!) Bay "Ht.
: bustle and activity. All the hotels chosen the better part of life? "God to bed and send for a doctor." I>..rN.Sii' .". lllloiU, louWh R
not recommend i it to highly or say too
r t and boarding housed from the magnificent much in its favor. I hope all who made the country and man made the Jacksonville, fla. untl HiitlrilBg hilrrli' ,
Ponce de Leon to the small. read this will try it and be convinced. town," and at the very best, it sometimes :- \VimloI'.n \ e trt.,1r

ht hotel in the city are all chock a as I was." For sale by Anti-"tono-I seems man made a bad job of Five-Year Old Boy Played with Engi A :SJM 'cnli: \

t opoly Drug Store. m i neer's Gun. Purchase our uik'. y..tudl *<,
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it. -- -- --- -- ---
block this
with tourists. Not only I
Cedartown, Ga., March I 3.-This city Guarantee Superior u am
but many rooms in private residences Bishop Turner in Ocala. Wakeful Children. was shocked_ yesterday afternoon: by IRemember Sold South and Thrrf,> '

have either been let to the hotels! or Bishop H. M. Turner, of Atlanta, For a long time the two year old the accidental killing of a boy the 5- I II' Save MorirlUr vUf .

I to tourists and tne "Ancient City" is (.'a., senior bishop of the A. M. E. child of Mr. P. L. McPhearson, o9; N. rear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. WileyC. i 10..1. I \\ .!."'. K.I .' r a
Tenth !St. Pa.. would Barber, at the home of the little! -rt
Harrisburg, I'
the best in its history. -- -------
enjoying year church, arrived in the city & uday at sleep but two or three hours in the fellow's grandfather Jud Crabb. ---- ----- Cbarlestcsducation1": I :

f Editor Thompson, of the Evening The room in which the accident oc I
15p.: m. over the 5.A. L. railwayand i early part of the night, which madeit

f Record, who started a few years ago was met at the depot by Rev. R. I hard for her parents. Her mother curred, an engineer was occupied on the by Seaboard a Mr. Currier AirLine II \\FE\ CAN sell you the :!

with a subscription list of 150 and a S. Quartermau, who escorted him to i concluded that the child had stomach J and hs pistol was left in the smallest article or a I !
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small job plant, employing one or twopriuters the parsonage, and after taking dinner trouble, and gave her one half of one room exposed to view. The boy had .
Jo and Liver ji' carload of anything i>er- 4r.nnr.. I iu4, I t i -V'.. $h.vur ...
of Chamberlain's Stomach ? .A
and is gone across the street from his own j .. M.d .. . ...
employs fifty "
now went to the big Mount Zion brick ii' I i r..aa& y '
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I Tablets, which quieted her stomach home to that of his grandparents, and i u4i.vur-w- ilw I, 1.ew f r k IM -|
Iron .
taining to Hardware .. ., ..
business than jOe )41) lB ; rmilaNi 1 r.twtif' 1
doing more church where a large audience awaited and she slept the whole !night through. discovered: the wl pon. I Iil :... .. i IT-.I.UJ. (-,. \T. r t mMclVKR ttirra t .

J a year. him. It being the tint ::;un-I. Two boxes!' of these tablets have effected No one was with him or knew oJ il Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite -- i

At Jacksonville we found Editor a cure and she is now his presence until the report of the VA 'XA
day in the: month the t'acralllent'ail permanent .am 1
Lime Cement Stoves.
pistol startled the family. Rushing ::1 !
Wilson with his sleeves rolled up and well ana strong. Sold:; by AntiMonopoly -
administered hundred
to nearly two 1
into the room, the child was seen tc -----
hard: at work. His loyal lieutenants communicants.: The church was full. Drugstore m be dying from the effects of the shot I
the : T W EX 'f Y-FlY E CAIJLOADS :
ball penetrating the and
fray that he is now doing more work There was not one vacant seat to be 1 Planting: Pecans. lungs !
killing him almost instantly. He is IN OUR
than any man! on the paper and those had, and standing room was at a :Mr.\ Chas C. Bitey, ant extensive: supposed to have been toying with the i I, :

who read the Times-Union, do doubt I premium.At pecan nurseryman of Thomasville, pistol when its discharge proved his WAREHOUSES
have marked the great improvementsthat 7:30 p. m. Bishop Turner I Ua., was a recent visitor to Ocala. Mr sudden death. --- ---
The family is among Cedartown'
have been made upon it recent Batey Is superintending the plantingof
preached to an audience of more than
most prominent people and the shocking

J ly. About April tenth it will install: one thousand persons. Many of the one hundred acres of pecans at the accident has distressed many : BAIRD D HARDWARE! [ C CO -- .

f the latent make of the ioss of Mr. homes in the city, the dead child hav .
: Perfecting white citizens:' of the city I turned out : convict farm under the charge Galesrahatkl41bm.a. 6II..OS..,..
l' Color Press and will have tine an Pelot. He believes Florida ing a large family connection. I Gainesville Florida. tutu of even as to hear liiio. He is a strong and able j; especially : p*!<*to bnrUl"rvieM

outfit/ as any newspaper printed in [[reacher and his sermon was very i j adapted to the culture rf this!: :iiut. I Embalming t{. Ontor

I the south.! Its color page and society much enjoyed by the large congregation. The pecan business: promises! to be a -. ----.

columns will be among its chief fea- Bishop Turner lectured last big one in this state and especially in

tures. Since it has reduced its price night to a large! audience in the same tin-!' section. Among the pioneers iu

from ten to six dollars per annum and church.In Mari'iti county are Messrs. R. S. Hall FACTS ARE NOT FUTILEspmuUy l

is instituting its carrier system in the I company wjth Hen Richard and Le Miller who have put out ten J

principal cities and towns of the staleit I and Jake Juarterniau Bishop Turner acres on the Anthony road a few

has! doubled its circulation and I visited The Emerson Home and Industrial miles out of town. These trees IfU/ Ihey lead tu the wci/iy of! (/< //,,/'.... ill ,i/u" "

when all of its new features' are established i School for colored gills and were planted, ou Dec. :.'0 and are now
o-'I. Srh(1t I have
}) to /l'J' you and fo fully (Mttriwrt
it expects to largely extend its Howard Academy. He gave a short growing finely. It i is: estimated: that

territory and we have no doubt but address to tLe pupils at each of these : after the trees come into full bearitg

t that it will be recognized as one of fifhaoLs and expressed! himself as I they !should pay a net profit of at least:

e the greatest dailies in the south. being much pleased with the eilbrts I S:2: : .OO each. They require little cultivation -

f The enlargement of the TimekUnion's his! race is putting forth in this city in I and fertilizer though naturallythe I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-dat lint of

i field i is in no wise lesseningthe trying to solve the much talked of best results can be obtained by

1 field of the Metropolis. They are care and attention.You Dry Groocis Grrooeries
I race problem.' Bishop Turner leaves I proper and .
t occupying) two separate spheres and today for Jacksonville.A [

the improvement of the one is actingas ---- i know what you are taking. which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding countkw, at the
Physician Writes. When take Grove's Tasteless
I ; a propelling force the other I you
upon "I am desirous of knowing if the Chill Tonic because the formula is most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. 1 realize that the day i*
and both I
are enlarging their scope of
I profession can obtain Herbiue in plainly printed on every bottle showing -
usefulness.! The Metropolis hast here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you
bulk for that it i is Iron and
i prescribing purposes? It has : simply; Quinine

reached a circulation of over eight been of great use to me in treating m a tasteless! form. No Cure, No Pay this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Grocerie that will

: thousand: and before the season ends casrs If dyspepsia brought on by excesses Price, 50 cents. 1
supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS HOODS, NATIONS, Ii"_ IS; .
i of overwork. I have never I
The announcement of the retirement
undreamed known it to fail in restoring the organs HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The priers "lu.IlIIt'
journalism eilected, to their healthful act. of Jen.. John B. Gordon from
t in Florida. made suit We here sell and shall I br sold
to they
ivity." 50c a bottle at the AntiMonopoly I the lecture platform comes as: a real v you. are to : goods dirt IiI :>

i I Mr. Taylor is now giving to that paper Drug Store m I misfortune to the country. His lectures 4

J. some of hill best work and all the are so. genuinely patriotic that
I'I Reading Club.A .
other members of the stair are fired they create a noble American man.
(particularly interesting meetingof
t [ with an ambition to make the Metro- the reading club was held with hood and ought to be heard by everyman _

i l"olia as line an afternoon paper woman, and child in the United v l. t
Miss Minnie CJamsby: Tuesday after- 1
t ai there is in the south and their States. The last act of this heroic
noon at which George Elliot and her 1 .f
r I'fforU are rapidly achieving success. figure is! to heal the old sores, "shake :
t works were studied, and current :
r The rapid growth of the J ;
newspapers hands across the bloody chasms" ana
events were discussed.
t in Jacksonville is but a mere index fully restore the sections. Others )
"f' Mrs. C. C. Todd read a synopsis of"Romola"
t of the rapid and ,
phenomenal growth may recount eloquently the thrilling :
which was one of the mOi>tintt'H'sting G
t! nfthe city and the impression is experiences of the Civil war period tifr
papers ever read before the .a t
; widespread\ that Jacksonville is
des- but
none but a participant can throw
club and
was thoroughly
p enjoyed by
t tin-jd to outstrip any southern Atlantic into it the touch, flavor: and esprit

i seaboard\ city nut! that Florida is those present. that <<< ieu. Gordon: does. JJ
Sirs G. S. Scott read a sketch of the :
entering -- -- -
upon a career of permanent life and character: of the Florentine. < _,
prosperity. I While in Jacksonville Monday, Mr.
I monk, Savonarola, who figures
t We went from Jacksonville to St. prom- L. J. Brumby, of the Florida Fruit I
in "
inently George "Romola.
J S Grower and Truekrr had talk with
Augustine and { a
on the trip had an I
I This article was an excellent one. __
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II ex-Presidout Cleveland and / -
I interview with Mr. Parrot. lie de- says
E "Art Galleries Floren e" was the
I he in high terms of Florida
Dies printed spoke very
in toto the report in .
I un. subject of a paper read at this meetingby Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own bh-ud lit
; day's: Atlanta Constitution of the sale : and enjoyed his trip to the state

t 1! of the East Coa't railway and its Miss Sara Harris. II immensely. He has a splendid color, different beans, and i is in great and growing demand. The very lest to !hl had l
meeting of the club next week
J I > hotels but says, on the contrary, that: will be with Mrs. J. J. Gerig and Ii less dealt and is looking in every way fur the money arty where. We make a specialty of pure fine Coffees anti Tt'a..
I better than when he
Mr. was oppressed
Flagler has a force of engineers in
i Robert Browning will be studied. with the cares and burdens of ofllee. and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low
the field !!
!surveying: the route to Cape -
I f Sabel, to which point the railway will Children's Coughs and Colds. Mr. Cleveland did not touch on the prices, reliable goods and prompt !service attract trade, and we hold it. Try us.

t be extended. This i id the southernmost Mrs. Joe McGrath, 3::7 I18t St., subject of (lolitics.

Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I have
point on the mainland. His The short talks on state illustrated
Ballard's topics, -
I already a known fact that the Eat given my children for Horehoand coughs and Syrup colds for to now appearing iu the I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters whrn you

Coast reaches further south than any the past four years, and find it the Times-Union, which are attracting t-
Ocala. We
come to are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Ask: for
other railway in the country. best medicine I ever used." Unlike
so much attention, are largely from
1 Mr. Flagler's development of Flori- many cough syrups it contains no

da has in no manner reached limit opium, but will soothe and heal any the pen of the editor-in-chief in per- S. R. Old

and the next ten years will indeed disease of the throat or lungs quicker son and many of the scenes depictedare Pyles Alliance Store.

than any other remedy. 25c. 50c. and familiar to persona residing in

show richer and vaster developments ,I $1.OOat, Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m Marion county.



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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


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-HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I Mrs.( J. E Huwtli, of York way i ill I;; OC lA'S PUBLIC BUILDING i i An Interesting Visitor. rWW WWW

I the city on a Chopping: tour Monday: Mr. John Fabyau of Conaut. wa a
: I
Mr It K. Wartmaon represented I I Mr. C. -C. -Martin--, jr.,-left ye tri. i I i Iu a letter to the editor of tbU paper visitor to Ocala TUt' ,by. lr. Fabvau A HEAVY REWARD !

('ura iu ih" Bru-k City Monday.Mr. ( I day afterneou f"r Hines, where h< I> under date: of February'' Cougres--- belongs to the old guard: of Iran;;* ;I !
j and has never lost faith ii it
growers ;:
.- "I to
Ml uudy was in from Mon has oepted. a position with Mr. W man jparkrnanays! : : lim glad ,

tafU tn topHllt Sunday at home.Lutw I I M.I Ros say Ibat the House Public Building! I the profitable success of the industry In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by Un t ti

-- 4 --- and Grounds committee on day before He fays that if a man will pun>ut i person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this I II

Sliss. Smith, of Anthony, i is! :I Mrs. Lee Clyatl and baby, oGainesville iu the senile this industry and throw into it th-. I t
I yrsterday reporting county before investing his money therein.
I arrived in Oeal Honda
the 'i..t or Iri. N. M..11tre4.r ; same amount of industry, skill aDd I. c
g bill made
public building
afteruoou and are the guests of Mr. I DO :NOT WAIT until you and your money are f
that he does his other
judgment in
Mi.+ Lillie Tr gue, ot Lady Lake, aud Mrs. Vf. Clyat't..Mr. I I( provision for the purchase of a site I I parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us. !
I for Ottala.The : business, it will not rAil to bring him
i I. the Kurt of Mr! J. :M. Thompson for a public building I, in returns for bis He -' No use of locking the stable after the hois1 i-i
w. Folks, of Juliette, was in filibuster inaugurated yesterday good money.
returned lat II is that it We will also be pleased to look: after yh-urI "
Mr. tvuge Maokay: the says his own experience IS i gone.
I city Monday and appealed befi by the democrats of the house on account

night from a basiaei-s: trip to Xvrbwrry. re the board of county commisioa of the unseating of Mr. Butler, I i the beat investment that has ever taxes for you. I II

__ I I ers in tie interest of the public road: Missouri: may impair the passage fallen his way. That he bad moue"; -WRITEUS.- I

Judge W. & Bullock went to ijara- I I in bid section.' of the bill, but I hope not. In the : invested in bonds of various: descriptions I I II

tiYUk Monday to open court tture" meantime I wish to congratulate and had gone into gold mining Marion County Abstract Company
)\iigne3 Burfura, a eh.irmin: ; I
\Ij ,y. I Ocala in having the government ci young lady of Dixon r-priugs, Tenn.,
Mr.J. u. Peace, of Mienopy, Is mitted to the project of a public had brought him such rich return as I OCALA, FLORIDA.
in O ala Monday and will y
vitlttfig bL daughter, Mr*. J. P. ll'J- building there." I his orange grove. And he also says, I
spend several weekhere, the Euet of II I >A/WWVg *WWWWWA/
that orange growing will not pay
of city.
barn, her uncle and aunt, Hon.and Mrs n.IA. .
A Silver Tea. except on orange Und, judgment ,
UurC rJ. ----- ---- -- -- ------- -- -
Mr.J. J. Tim, wife and son, olMtrtel
and elabo mu-t be exercised in the selection of
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': WIT registered i at the Monte I Mr. Frank Lytle, v\hw has charge; of ratechureh teas ever given in Ocala I the Und< as well as tbe location. He JerusalemArtichokes

tttoii hotel Monday. the Sun Crest orange and I mon I MS* the one at which' :Mrs. Richard I, baa a large body of rich land near the ) THE GREAT

Major f:. W. Peabody: traveling I grove propery on Lake Weir"Ii" a j McConathy entertained Saturday margin of Lake Harri, having the "

4Mior of the Florid i Times-Union, plea ant visitor to Ocal Tuesday afternoon fur the benefit of the Meth- protection of the waters of the lake V
U tlaitor to OcaU. I| He says that the groves on the lake j! enlist: church. I as well as the moisture arising from

--- -- I I are now an enchantment of beauty. I :\McConathy was assisted in re- i same and feels certain tim bU grove I
and )IN. D. E. Dozier, of Lees I I i
Mr. I i
j eeiviug and eutertaiulug by Mrs. W. i now again reaching maturity will pay
i i M lr. George H. Ford broke the recorc
. buff are among the Lie arrivals atbeOeta !1 on the Ocala golf links .!I.mdAyafter. I K. ZewadakiMrs.. B. J. Potter, him better than nine-tenths! of the Will produce 500 to 700 bushels to the acre on conim-' I

Hou"t' I Misses! Hattie Dye and Esther Weath schemes that he has been solicited : pine land, without fertilizer, and will fatten ten or hJ\ c
I noon making a score of 39. This t is I

Mr. W. H. Stephens Douiht, out the best score that has ever been mad I I ers. but refrained from going into. Mr. hogs per acre; $4.00 per barrel.

Tutwlay the Nilom of A. Meyers, on the Ocala links and is a record or; I The large dining room, where the ,. Fabyan is a former newspaper man The OcnlaSced Store.
I and for six or seven in the
was years
agent, at Dunnellon. I which Mr. Ford should oe just tly; I guests were entertained, was beautifully
, P4 t of the U. : i3txtt'r C :M.tnuirerw
: proud. decorated with hotly, bamboo scientific engineering corps irn. :
Mr. Allan $.dglra is i having big I I
sales of Rood roads machin ; The Moutezuma( hotel has jut installed and yellow jis-mmiue. -
iHce* In I -- -
I a pretty desk cabinet in the I :Music was rendered during the entire Services. I
cry He is a hustler.! A AAv A AA f
office for the N v-nienceof its guests I evening and consisted of instrumental Sunday night the congregations of

Mrs. D. B. Kibt>Ir and children left In the center on top is a postage scale, solo by Misses Byrd Wart- the Methodist, Presbyterian and! Baj When U Buy of! Us You Get Foil Value For Ywr r toy,,

Tul y for Dunnelloa where they while on the sides sl'p.-arthe advertisementsof i mann and Esther Weathers. and .MrsD tistehurchfs united in worshipping -

will in the future reside. E. Hannah; vocal solos by Mrs.
a number of our leading at the Christian church to welcomethe
We Arc
-- Specialistss
A. ii. Colborn, of Michigan City,
Mr. Vincent Moody came down : business hou-u-s. new minister: Rev. D. E. Hannah,
i I --- Ind., Mrs. '1'. H. Johnson, Mrs. J- P. accepted call to fill the
who has just a
from Palatka and spent Sunday with I After reprinting whtt this papisaid
Hilburu and Mi i Smith and -: THF.-
I >;sGeorgie of the Christian church of this
hi* mother, Mrs. E. P. Moody. : of the magnificent suceeysof Mr. pulpit
violin solo Miss Mattie Willbm3.I .
a by
Mr( C. (p. t'miogt"r, of Hernando. IF M. Townsend as: a farmer: loog! I city.A. SHOE HA'1AND :
beautiful und
The all
I ; was very lare congregation -embled to .
prominent\ in phosphate circles, was I practical cattle, bog and hominy '
., greatly enjoyeci. hear :Mr.! Hannah Sunday night. He
swoon OeaU's visitors Monday. I lines, the Jacksonvilleletro'Olis: I' UMBRELLA/ LINESand
I From three to four o'clock Misses isa young man, and is an eirnest
I says: "Why ask the silly quetiouDoes I
Mr. B. K. Thrower, jr., of Gainesville \ Edith Piatt and Louella Gary poured and sincere preacher. He uses as his
i farming pay in Florida: ? I
pad through O-ala Monday ,; the tea and coffee and from four to subject "The Religion of ('bn t" and can show you the best goods in

afternoon un hn way to Dunnellon. i The Ladies of the Library Asrxia! .. five Misses: Valeta Putter and- Jsira and preached a short aud int re-ting

tWo request: us to return their tinctrt I Harris: relieved them. The guests sermon on this theme. the city.
Dr. J. G. Ba kin" or Dunnellon and I I :
thanks to the young people who engaged II i I were served these delicious beverages!:, Much pleasure was added to the _
anti! Dr. B. F. LUk, of Connor were
I in he recent phy for the true 6at d.... iehe cakes, fudge :and stuffed .services by the singing of the choir I
the visitors to Ocala Tuesday I : W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO.
amoou I fit of the library and to thank ala dates t>y Misses: Sue Barco, Mona Hil-! ,. which was composed of the choirs of .

Mr. T. C. Hall \U having his home : the members nf the orcbesfa for the ler, Violet Harris, Georgie with and I the four churches.Mr. Ocala Florida.AAA .
on Ft King avenue painted and it splendid moats which added so must Mattie Williams ant Eueoi.'uller.. W. M. Dale, of the Baptist >

BOW presents au attractive apptar- : t<> the succt S of the evening {enter I Nearly seventy-five ladies: and a.1 i choir sang a 8')10S"bich was very V\ AA

'; a a@te. taiument.Mr. few gentlemen were present, and much enjoyed.
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Rev. J. P. Hilburn returned yester-: I affair was a particularly delightful This paper exteudsa: cordial \v>loome l- -
; L. J Brumby, editor of the> I '
afternoon from Gainesville! ] one. to Mr. and Mrs. ll:1n: :ih.
day I ;
Fruit Trucker II I ----- --
; Florid> Grower and hHI ; E. DELOUEST
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where he tilled the Methodist pulpit I i Married Sunday.
Miami attending the mid-.intt'r A long Litigation ,
Sun,lay.Me.w.. Mia. Liunie Tucker and Mr. Conner:
i the
fair given by the enteritri.-'inz: eitiZeus i The long \litigation between
Clifford Ayer, Carl Ayer I tsoioib were quietly married Sunday I and William M.
of Bade county. The fair,, estate of A. L-tureut
and Mh.es Leafy Sylvester and Annie I written iu Brumby's best s'yle and morning at 11 :3Cl o'clock at the home Brooks involving the lease of Martha HARD\VARE.

with friends of Mr. and Mrs.V.. C. Jeffords, in this I
Ed".rdHpent .
handsomely illustrated, will appear in mines, came to an end yesterdr.y.Thel"

at Lake W ir. I'' the March number of the Fruit j city. The ceremony was performedj 8. circuit court at New Orleans I

A good friend, residing at Anthony, I I Grower and Trueker. j Rev. E. L.Todd and was witnessed I yesterday morning affirmed a Sash and ; :r. Farming

I by only a few friends and relatives decree rendered by Judge Lake in I Doors ;..- l7''"' Tools. ,
l trot who 10 too modest for us to mention I I
box I We had a very pleasant visit Tues- the t.rideand groom. favor of Brooks.
hiM name, sent us in a nice Ready Mixed &
of etrawberrieeyeaterday.Sir. terday from Mr. J. F. Blodgett, ol Mr. and Mrs.doioak left immediate- The matter of this lease, in -.mie i tJr- Paints Etc. -

Hebron, N. H., but who has for more j ly for Anthony where they will make way, has been iu the state and Ke it-r- II II I I

: l'irpoat Morgan, the great i than a year past been prospecting in j their home, Mr. Smoak having recently iiI courts for the pat: five year... and! --- -- --

luaut-ier madea quick trip through I Mexico. Mr. Blodgett is here with I l opened a wagon building audI I has kern in tiir I". >. -\re'ult\ sour: of f : .8e.g8. 9.SeQ= '88"--:

Florida, but tie did not come up the I his wife, who by the way is a Florida I I repair shop at that place. appeals twi'-r. Linie sums of mutn-y'

Oi-kl l.aha river, nor did he pass I woman, and .if be sees anything that I This paper extends to the happy I I and many intt-r ..uusf: yur-ion.; nf : p We have. received this weekA .

through Oeala. strikes- iim favorably, may take hold:! i I couple its congratulation and best I IllI.w were iuvolv-il L I fU i iou i of White H.,'; .- < i'araud Farm
car < '''ty lurpi Utlt:
fc :Mr. J. W. Martin, representing i and help us build up the state. Mr. wishes for a happy married life. ; Mr. John t -. llfurdon reiire...,.ntti i !' V 1Cagou.. .

i"&t1" Brothers, of Jacksonville, who and Mrs. Blodzett are occupying the the Laurent estate aud Mr. H. L. Aderson ?- : 8 A rtr: loa-i\ of medium! pre[> I' 1 Bur-;; t'usuie-: that l->.,!k; Nri"" 9

ba. htr-u spending! tbN past few days cottage at 68 North Orange !street in !,I So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste! the Brooks inten:'"'*. : 9 and wear well: but do Lot e',-' I \"r.\ iib-'h iui u+iy. MR

in 0.-ala, left yesterday afternoon for I the Fourth ward. Mrs. C. Peterson. 625 Ltke Si., Q A hipmeuf! of ( 'OIUIIII>II"; Busily Cn.:.. Bugm 'n. Fhii'h.- A
I j Topeka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's genuine Coluuibui Buggy. You ki: .w ads much a. .f IY.Ir.l t *A
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Dunnellon and other points.Mr. !i Horehound Syrup; says: "It ba.- March tell y.1U about them. w
J. O. Cale* a colored man who I C
I never failed to give entire satisfaction : We have a larger aud betler stoi-k of our kind of f!!' ':< than at. \
JoiephUi Monden went op to lives near Ocala! was picked up tin* I and of all cough remedies, it is oily I II 1 G body in thin: fi-tii'U, and our: pri'-e;* are a,. low a< i"> .il'le. till tll .. Qu

Gainesville Sunday, and while he conscious Sunday near Anthony by favorite, and I must confess to my I Jpril, MayThere 0 or order by mail.
wag disappointed: in not hearing I the crew of the south bound passenger ., many friends that it will do, and is a best time for doing I) S. A. STANDLEY & CO., OCALA, FLORIDA.

t l B<..hop Turner, heard a good sermon I train aud brought to Oeala. He was has done what is claimed for it-to everything-that is, a time when a i eGOe.OSe 8SGG OOO OO3O..O..

from Mr. Hilburn and had a good I I taken to the Marion county hospital i speedly cure a cough or cold: and it is thing can be done to the best advantage !
so sweet and so pleasing in taste." i5e, most easily and most ef-
time tu religious circle I and operated upon by Drs. Xewsom I bottles at The AntiMonopoly ,
and $1.00
/ oOc, fectively. Now is the best time
i I and Hood. It is known bow the vvw WVCUI1ERC1AL
Rev. Dr. Limts, y, the new pastor! : of I not I\ m for purifying your blood. W'hy'Becau3e !
man was hurt but the back of his your system' is now tryingto
the Presbyterian church, left Monday I
crushed blunt Before Judge Bullock. ; purify it-you know this hy the
skull instru
was a I
for Biloxi: Mi-s.j his old home.
I pimples and other eruptions that \ BAIfJC1L\
ment. Capes U still in an unconscious Mr. P. R. Lester, prominently connected !
He will return to Ocala the latter part I have come on your face and bialy.tIood's .
II condition and it is not thought that with the OckUwa.ua Lumber
and will be
of next week aecompanied I Sarsaparillaand
by his wife; and children. : he t will recover. I Company at Silver Springs, was tried : [Branch of ('Ymim ,,'ial Bonk, Jack,, vmo.:
I, before Judge Robert Builo! ,k Mondayon I II II Pills }

How often )OU bear it remarked : i; The many triends of John Blouct I I a charge of assault and battery, the Are the medicines to take-they rto i CAPITAL S 50,000S
"It's only cold,'' and a few days will be pleased to learn that he hay
a case having been brought by Mr. W. the work thoroughly and agreeably
later that the man ii on hU back: i entirely recovered from his attack ,of I i
do it.
t'\ and fail
M. Conway of Grahamville. The I
with pbeumonii. This is of such I rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain : Hood's are the' medicines you Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals t4olieited.
common oecurruce that a cold, how I Balm cured him after the best doctorsin i case was! heard by a jury and Mr. have always heard recommended. Prompt Attention to all Bu-ine Entrusted to our Car

ever i slight, should not be disregarded. i the town I Monon, lad.) had failed i Lester was found guilty assault and ",i.ann .recommend Hood', Sar ap rUla Exchange Bought and Sjld.;

Chamberlain's: cough Remedy counteracts I to! give relief. The prompt relief from was lined $10 and eosts. This trial too Itizbly :ia a perm medicine. When we
take it in the sprits p Wf oil feel btur through
any tendency toward pneun. pain which this liniment affords is was the outcome of a difficulty between the summer." ) as S. H. NEAL. McCriyi. r*. INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS
onia. It always, cures and is pleasantto alone worth many times its cost. For Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to

take. Hold by .\ilti.Monopoly sale by the Anti-Monoply Drug Store.m 1 the parties mentioned on cure and keeps the promise. I .. 'AA.
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., THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH t Ii;, 1003. _

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: HERE (IND THERE. 1 OUR COUNTY LEGISLATORS. 1 laud.of C. Stanaland was reduced t Disbursed.......... ..m.. 1134.78: .

1I I from $).';0 to $290 and the personal" Balance.......... ::.:'l.l 1 ,

Mr. C. A. Lidilon has gone to Kentucky I assessment of Hugh Staualaud was County Proper. MOTHER !

to purchase a car load of borses Official Proceedings of the Board of reduced from $70 to $40. Balance last report.....S 09\ .8

I County Commissioners.A The board having taken under Receipts . ....... MS.lo! tjSt! :

and) mules. regular meeting of the board of consid t>rat ou, after investigating the Disbursed! ............... 5Ml6Bahnce )! | KISS IT '

I'1t'ntyor nice fresh backbone and county commissioners was held Monday claims of various parties with refer- .. . 129.-S: T'

spare ribs may be had today at the March 2, A. D. 190.1. ence to redemption of tax certificates Fine and Forfeiture Fund.- : .

Packing house. I Present, H. W. Long, chairman, made the following recommendationsto ; Bilauce last report .. $ .3,')
and Commissioners J. L. :Edwards, F. the comptroller: That Mrs.! S. P. Receipts................ 359.91] :m> :24Disbursed

Persons who want Clhomes had .. .. .......... ;*OI.I! 17mbnce .
II S. Lucius, N. A. Fort and E. L. Wort- Goodwin be allowed to redeem: certi- No Darling,
while the
better come to Florida
mann. ficate No. 540, sale of June, 1902\ on .. .......... .iLo" sej
price of land is cheap. i I will ue
The minutes of last meeting were thirteen acres of land in section 35, E. P. Thagard tax C"llrdor, reported .-'t '

The Atlauta Journal says that golf read anti approved.A township 1"), range 22, upon the pay ; collection of $:20.33 on account of i i i \ (

1 aloue can reconcile a millionaire to petition was filed from citizensof ment of 'face value of certificate, licenses. W. ,\\, ki: }! Li

"I life among mosquitoes.Mr. Central asking that a road near omitting interest and taxes for 1902.: Fines imposed by justices: <'f the I j \

k that place be worked, which was And that John 11. Martin be allowedto peace reported as follows:
and Mrs. Abe IJerlack have returned -
turned over to Commissioner Long redeem all outstanding certificates T. D. Crawford, &\; 11. Bullork, I i
.. from a short visit to Mrs.
Ikrlack's mother, Mrs. Lederer at for investigation and to take such covering the northwest quarter of 126; J. W. Coulter, 8215; J. N. :Shedd, aracamnh

; Jacksonville. action as he deemed necessary. southwest quarter and south half of fi; M. M. Proctor, f>. I

Warrant No. 271 dated: February northwest quarter of section :27, The following justices reported no .

: 1VANTEu-Three good salesmen and 2, 1903[ for John \Varlow' was ordered township 23, range 22, upon the payment fines imposed in their courts: I II
I It Cools, Soothes and Cures all Burns Cuts, Bruin, Sprains
It collectors. Apply to Singer Sewing cancelled. of face value of said certificates \\'. \\'. Jacktitu, AlcxauilerVynue, ,
i Insect Bites and Swellings instantly, by sweating out the Fetcr
i Machine Co., Ocala, Fla. SGStwlt A communication from Dr. Porter, i and the payment of omitted taxes ata E. S. Smith, M. H. It-cu, J. O. Tur- and Inflammation. Every Mother should keep a bottle ol-JJ'''

h II.{: Better than the bet- hank- statements state! health officer, with reference to valuation of $150. nipseed\ F. M. IUrklale, D. L.Orantharu PARACAMPH in the house at all times. It prevents Pain,.$4

Application of Mrs. Carpenter of ; J. \V. Lylcs. Trouble and Worry.
the lands for
J that were ever made is the county giving hospitals
Gainesville for reduction on real The board thereuponacJjuurut-il. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy or motuy rduodti.
that the farmers of the southare in case of contagious diseases was,
estate was, after consideration, refuse S. T. "'ISTHl' K. Clerl\ :. SOLD ONLY IN 2So.. SOo. AND SI.OO. UOTTL$$.
motion referred to Commissioner --- --- -
in a prosperous condition.If upon ,
Long to investigate and report at
it's abilious attack take Chmber- Mr. H. A. Burford for ORDERED TO GET OUT. .
attorney For sale .
next regular meeting cf the board. .tnU-Jlonoltnl.| ) Druu More
laiu'o Htcmach and Liver Tablets and Edward Holder before the
I. IIE I Sam Johnson, a county convict, was Secretary of Smelters' Union Takes
is certain. For sale
quick recovery
board and asked that the valuation of
French Lea of City.
ordered turned to the sheriff
Store. m over
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Citrus county, in which county he $:)),000 placed by the assessor; upon A Colorado Springs Colo.. March 4,- HUBBARD & MAODUPFDWA
meeting the striking membersof
Mrs.! D. W. Davis: very pleasantly, the southeast quarter of southwest
was charged of assault with intent to the Colorado City Mill and Smel

t" entertained the Married Ladies'Whist murder, with the understanding that quarter section 36, township 16, rangeIS ters' union, at which many businessmen
i : club Wedneday afternoon at be reduced. After consideration! were present was held at Cola R E
iu case of the conviction in Citrus:
rado City to investigate charges
her home South Third street.
the same was referred to Commissioner
3 county that he will pay the treasurer against the recording secretary of the DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, A'iUUTL'i( I I H. M J rMENT.S

\'V The many friends", of Mr. Charles of Marion county, the sum of fifty Long for investigation to be reported union, A. II, Crane to the effect that

on at the next meeting of the he had divulged the plans of the unionto BARBED '
Kheiuauer that he iutsuflk'ieutly DKKKR
are delighted dollars for the unexpired sentence due Pl.o'A) *
the mill owners.
i recovered from hk recent this county. If not convicted, thensaidbheritl'isto board. Crane was brought to the meeting

illness to be at his store again. return said prisonerto The following\ resolution, was passed under police protection and at the conclusion WIRE NAILS PAINTS PLANET JR. (fttt. Kit: .

of the Investigation he was or.
i In Wednesday's i issue of the Tampa the sherill Marion; county. Whereaa, There is considerable dissatisfaction dered to leave the city, which te is OILS, VARNISHES ATLANTIC TIVATORJs ALL KIN I .

Tribune Mr. J. D. Calhoun makes avery Bonds: to carry fire arm were approved supposed to have done. .
existing in the northern

I able defense of President Forbes I as follows: Charles A. Tre- part of district Xo. 4 as to the selection Mystery Surrounds Death. WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN T\M -1.1.|

I mere, Edelbert Moody, C. A. Fort, J.
-the ablest indeed that have
we of road overseer for the year 1003an..J Guthrie O. T., March 4.-An autopsy
oeeu. Wheeler, C. H. Hollausworth, C. held on the body of Horace H. ALL KINDS OF COOKING :i'.aH\ i'.:\ ,
in the epiritof peace end har-
V. Arnold, J. Y. Carlton, W. A. Murphy Ilagan, a widely known politician and
The people of the Connor neighborhood mony, we hereby respectfully: requestMr. banker who died suddenly yesterday
,Wm. Hall! H. E. Martin and L. GLASS AND PUTTY, HSATEE8, ( IRANITr
will hold a meeting this after- F. Wellhoruer, the duly appointed supposed from heart disease indicates .
A. Griggs. onitira poisoning. It is stated that Mr.
noon at the residence of Mr. J. A.
road overseer for northernpartof
Bonds to carry fire arms were filed Hagan took an overdose of the drugto TINWARE. ( H
Braud for the purpose of organizing a district No. 4, to hand in to allay\: pain. The stomach will be
and laid over until next meeting as
literary soeiety. this board his rtsiguatiou. removed and examined. Mr. Hagan TINGS, EVERYTHING LERYIROBNH STEE: :.
follows: carried heavy life insurance, said
The request of the citizens of Blitch-
Every room iu the Tampa Bay M. D. Wilcox with G J. B. Wilcox aggregate lM.OrtO, the last $20,000 oi N THE
ton for a change in public road wa LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS. ROPES m.LM: *
hotel! was occupied last Sunday night. and Herbert Lyles, sureties: C. L. which was secured ten days ago.
on motion referred to Commissioner ---
The west coast i is getting more of its Frazier with J.P. Wilcox anti M. D. Long. February Commercial Failures. MATERIALS ETC.. ETC. BLUE FLAME [oil. :MoU

share of the travel than it has had for Wilcox, sureties; C. B. Miller with J.P. New York March 5.-R. G. Dun &
Petition for a public road from the -...
several years. WilcoxlndD.\ Wilcox, sureties; Co., report 1,030 commercial failures
northeast corner of Major Hennings during February with liabilities oflO.107,45t. LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
Herbert with J. P. Wilcox and
Mr. L. M. (;Jrahamof, Connor, one Lyles fence and run west to the soUhwest $ compared with 1,104 in

the the most prominent farmers of M. D. Wilcox, sureties; T. F. Harrison corner of County D'Equivtlly's iand, the corresponding month of 1902 when Hubbard A Macduff Ocala FaWEEKLY| .
the amount involved was $11,302,029,
with T. L. Suerouse and W. J.
that section, was a visitor to Ocala thence north to Dr. Newsom's field and 1,024 in 1301. with liabilities of ---- ---- -
Monday anal made this ollice Cro-by, sureties: T. A. Buss with H.
ant social and financial call. a pleas E. Martin and L. P. Waterman, thence west to pulic road from Ocala 111,287,211. 1 "19i1illiiIIIiffll11" "!" "!" " "!"t" "1,foiinffNfff1" " ,"flhI" "? fnflf1fmffl" r
old. still
to formerly belonging to -
Pension Act Approved. -
c sureties.A i .
Ocala has develop into a marketfor Malloy, West & Kelly: was laid; over Columbia, S. C., March 5.-The gov. :
timber lauds: and many tracts communication received ;
was until next error yesterday approved the act I
valued at from $IOOU to t'Of1l1(1: ( are be- meeting. I !
t e pension law. He is
amending desirous
from the
ferryman at Ferry -
sold. We would much
ing rather say Bond of J. L. Tucker, road overseer
of this fact being made pubthan
agricultural lands were purchased for that account of
\ saying ou high _.
cultivation.-Jacksonville Metropolis.That district No., with Ti. D. McDonald a..numer of pension board meltl _. ---
the causeway was about to be washed -
Saturday ntt.
and E. W. McDonald

is being done also. ,away and the same needed! immediate was approved. Bond of W.sureties A.- Relic To Be Sold. \ BANNER'S 1 1I '

The Miami Home Seeker claims: att-I:tion. Which matter was Keddiug, road overseer, district No. New York, March 4.-To help pay

that the richest body of land in the referred to Commissioner Lucius with the debts of the Peary arctic club an
3, with F. 1;. Turner and T. W. ---
aid violin relic of the ill-fated Gree- r
world lies in Lake Okeechobee. The instructions to have work
necessary Smith sureties, was approved. Bond iey relief expedition, bequeathed bj'
extension of the 1'a4 Coast railroadto done at once to saLt cause way. of Clarence Roderick B. Schneider its former own
Priest, justice of the I CL UBBIlI; |

Cape Sable will produce, a wonderful Petition to discontinue! the public peace for district No. 29, with D. E. er 188-1, as to he the lay next in explorer the snow who to die.should in

revolution in that section of road from Morgaiisville to the intersection .
;Mclver and Ben Itheinauer sureties, : come so far north is now for sale in -
Florida. of road from Romeo to Juliette was approved.The Brooklyn. Mr. Peary found the violin

V Three young men of Island Grove, war granted aud petition for a public I and turned It over to the Peary
commissioners heretofore !

appointed club. LIST.[ [ I
were drowned Tuesday afternoon in road from Morgansville in a southwesterly > to mark out road) from Homeo
ia .
Orange Lake. They were fishing and direction to section line between : Rising -
to intersection w.th the public road Ohio River -..a
their boat sections nine and ten thence Cincinnati March 4.- a -
was in some manner overturned at northwest: corner of D. M. Barco'a The Ohio riv. --- '- j
with the above sad result. We south on said line or as near as: maybe er at 9 o'clock a. m. had reached the -
farm submitted their report whichwas Stage of 49.4 feet, and 'Was rising at the -
have not learned the of to southeast corner of section four We have made 5Z
particulars on motion, adopted and the rate of two-tenths of a foot an hour. r arrangcmeato whereby VK

the accident. I Ii i township sixteen range eighteen to same ordered posted according to law. At this rate the danger line, 5o feet can offer the following rates to all paid.in-ad 3E
intersection with road from A. J.Turner's will be reached at noon. Indicationsare --
i Col. C. H. Perkins and )Ir. W. C. ] A petition was presented from a that possibly 4 feet more may a- vance subscribers : 5g

Perkins, who have been guests at the : to Dunnellou was granted number of citizens and tax: payers of come which will cause much inconvenience THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville S e m I |

I. Ocala House for the past three months, : and J. J. Turner, J. J. Marcum and Ocala and the county at large asking:; in the lower portions of t e Weekly Times-Union
W. H. Marcum city by the flooding of cellars. $1.50 a year :2:
left yesterday for their home at Providence were appointed commissioners that the board sell the lot owned by |
to lay out said road. THE OCALA BANNER and The Commoner, [BnE } |
It. I. They spent a very pleas. them OH Fort King avenue to a company Miss Roosevelt In Chicago.;
COllimisioner'artrna:1ll : an's paper] 1.75 a year. ;
reportedthat Chicago March 4.-:Miss Roosevelt
ant winter and will be with us: again now being organized for the
the Fairfield and Irvine road Miss Edith Root the Mclllenneys. E THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Semi.WerklJournal 3
next teasou.Mki purpose of erecting thereon an opera
Mrs. Shattuck of New York Miss E
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had been opened. $1.75 a year. .
house, at a nominal consideration in Schenck of New York; W. E. StauffeianJi
Dw Ilt>, of Charlotte, X. C., i is Upon motion a rebate was grantedW. view of the fact thar they propose to the Misses Stauffer of NV Or THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-Week N\ >* | '

a recent arrival iu Ocala. She is A. Pace of$U9 on account of ex'eessit erect thereon a building to cost $-OUO, ) leans, have returned from Aver 's is York World. $I.tiS( a year. 3E
stopping with Mrs. Juhan on Fort land says a dispatch to The Tribune
King avenue and will spend several e assessment." or JS.GOO which will be subject to taxa from New Orleans. Misses Roosevelt | THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly Constitution :

weeks iu the city for the benefit of /her Petition asking that road from tion. After consideration, the mat and Root will leave for washington :: $1.75 a year. .4 5g
Orange Lake to McIntosh be workedwas Thursday morning.Gas .
ter was referred to Commissioners THE OCALA BANNER and Lippieeutt'sIag.i
health. :She: was accompanied by her
on motion granted.Commissioner Edwards Wartmann and Fort for E zinc $ Z
brother, who returned home yesterday Famine Expected. a- 2.75 a year.
I i Long filed his report investigation; and report on at next IIuLtington, W Va.. March 4-Huntington -- 1

___. on condition of farm. Cenual City, Kcnova an.! Or
I poor of the board. Cash :Must all
meeting ()nll'r--
A cartoon in the '!'irut- -l"nion has edo, W. Va., and Ashland and Cat g Accompany
Frank Harris racing for the capitalon I' Mrs. Lang appeared before the On motion it was ordered That the tlettsburg, Ky.. are experiencing a gas

an automobile. But the artist isfrhivud. board and asked that certificate No. chairman of this board famine, resulting from a break !in the:
be and he is
lie stops Frank's flier justat | : BANNER Gob Plonk
chief main from ,
2S3k sale of April 1S92 and certificate leading the fields itKentucky. ,
; the turn of the road-aud that is as hereby authorized; to enter into a.contf3.ct I
far as the Ocala editor will No. ;5Si: of Many factories have }nvji :.
>San: ford Chronicle. get. ; April, 1S9S, be cancelled with N. J. Weeks to act as Closed, and there is much suff-.ring! CUT OUT THIS COUPON, FILL I IN AND MAIL TO TH BAftM. i<

Well, he will speed the winner, and upon the payment: of 1902 taxes and engineer and repairer for a term of E' t ...* .,'t"t.'t'I.ki'Y if'tt'i'. f"' 4lYf.'i..1 \ _
after. having paid 19t1>:2: taxes. the board The Ohio Again Rising. == PCBUSHER OCALA BANNER: 1
will do so without particle of soreness one year from the 1st day of March, Cincinnati .Ia.rchTht> rives ... .
therefore recommends to the comptroller A. D. 1003 ra a Enclosed find .. .... ..... Dollars and l, 3i
or bitterness.: at a salary of$83 per mouth. reached 52 feet here this a/isrnoun,

A Great Invention.Mr. the cancellation of eaid certifi And the board of county commissioners and is rising slowly. The \veathei: -P .*-, for which seed me The Weekly Banner and the.... *

B. 11. has his cates. or said Weeks to have the right to bureau sent out warnings for a limit r'r'- .... .... .... .. ....................... .. ... one year at pert cur i..U .if 'ffu -:5a
Seymour given of 53 feet. This is 3 test above the --
The board -
crosstie hewer (ta full description of until thereupon adjourned withdraw said contract by giving two danger line here and :2! feet below any -: ..?. in the Banner ....,.. .. ... ..... ....... ...... a .. -:
Tuesday morning.TUESDAY.. weeks notice.T. Interference with rail-ways. There! -T ::
which was published in this paper will be no interruption of traffic. _-_ *, Name .. ... ...' w
E. .
Pasteur, county treasurer, .fI ::
sometime since) a through test and r .

1' finds it a complete success. Board met: pursuant to adjournmentAll submitted his report showing receipts. Seismic Shocks in Porto Pico. =-aV4=- ""p 11.0.. .. .. -::

members present. disbursements and balances of follows : Can Jose P. R.. Maith 5.---.3'regneni == ...... State......... ..................... :-:
Born The valuation of south half and : earthquakes have been tea here ia.uly -- -* .. --

To Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Troxler northeast quarter of lot 17 Waldo Road Fund. and a heavier one than us-o&l was :-: ....... Datt. .... ... V 1903A. .a :-::

Wednesday a little son. We extendour place belonging to A. J. Edwards was ft'PI'Mnoedo i last night The Poaj :: tt. tt.t.t.t; t. f.. ttttttttttttt.tt.t+ .llt tifiIUIJIIIIIllll111111111111111lIllllllllll111Ulllllllll :;
Balance last report. .$ 25 ralca o ht.I been eeNn. hrge guan

congratulations. reduced from $300 to $100 and the Receipts. .. ..... .....1355.64 1355.85 fide ol &$h4.. l11l11jl"Ir<1'jl'lS' :



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I Completed His Rounds. r I Domino Ball. I LETTER FROM BISHOP TURNER I I .! r'E t1 ,1 'h {i.4 ..tva.: l.t t r -t . to4e.4444 :

THE OLD iZLABLEHAPPENINGS :Mr. Alfred\ Ayer Marion ounty's I Saturday tin armory was k scene II r
I I I -f :
tfliciont tax uvespor has eotllpletetl l of revelry from eight;; to twelve o'clock I Commends Position of the Ocala I II f ,

,..riJ'; I his a "<.""wient: rounds aud in conversation the (ll'ei..llJu being the closing affair: Banner and Says Separation is I ",l' 1 I. t t--\0" i a.e.-.1 4M*** *!II......*. p V*. *Y-**.. o
,t, .:::, I with us Friday laid that of the dance class! .of Prof. R. I* th" Only Way to Solve the : avss a e cf aw e.!:;e11et crrr::::.i:7 t3 cd: at..e.:.:.:: U rs :

I Marion county is now iu a better Xorthcutt. Race Problem. -'f !ers:' Ese They are l ii fa:: what the ranj l=; HAoe"e ...

.aru5!'. rr -if'" ?lae ""'\ pajsrse; .....lry and:I erery class Cf{ V.o'n:1. it57rrtil .
hape than at auy time luring his The armory was prettily decorated I I
-- -"\ Just before leaving Atlanta Bishop tie ewer wits ties':.
recollection. There has been a larger with palm<, Ihgs and bunting. A *
4bt II. M. Turner of the A. M. E. church, I

.. acreage planted to oats this year than large number o guests were present who Mill preach iu Ocala today, ad- : I ex HOE Sc ClI AMHL.ISS.II .

t_,!_,'"\ ever efore in the county's liitoryaud lOud enjoyed -einij the children eti- drts:ed the following letter to the : ,VXKKItS.OCALA -: ..

(' the farmers, almost without vxception joy themselves so much.At editor of this paper on the articles :: FLORIDA.

"Sr; .:',: I are making preparations to eight o'clock the ball! was opened ree-nrly appearing in the Ocala {, F # ia.tissctl.fcF.. Ft4. .art. tt.i.rl .srkHouses ..

increase their meat production with the grand march led by little i 1
Kiuneron the race problem :
G i -- -
are preparing their fields for larger Miss Sara Davis and Master Letter
ATLANTA, (JA., Feb. fU, Iti)3.! ) !
.j\:: i food product- Auder-ou. The music was furnished
I To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Lots Farms Groves
f ) lu the course of a very few 'eal?, by Prof. Northcutt.
1 Pardon me for intruding
Atr upon your ,
PK1 'M J ii.; 1n I Mr. Ayer believes the entire history' There were fifty children participating time and attention long enough t<>

of the "mile changed and it in the march. All were masked -
I county !
AbsotutcCy Pure.I lay my gratitude at your feet for For Sale. Kent or Lease ('a"fa or on Thor
\ I will be noted far and wide for Ha and wore dominos of every color
IS NlJS1l2STITUT! the in your is-ue of the
THERE stock farms and good roads. imaginable. The scene presentedwas
14th inst. under the head of "Depor J. STARR STERNBERGER.If .
fantastic and interesting one.
.- -. tation of the Negroes.n
Married in Ocala. The children danced until nearly ten

ABOUT TOWN.Mr. The following uot ice of the marriageof o'clock when they unmasked.The You have the right conception of you have any property that is not paying a good

the situation.: There is an unpayable
MiI'arramore aud Mr. LeSeur, evening was one of the hap. interest call on me and see the difference.
I It. gulf between white and black which
J. M. Hewitt, of Jacksonville, which occurred this city last Wednesday the children of
ever spent by
will forever militate against civil
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at tin. <>ut/ r.un ji.Mr.Jutiu append, iu Friday's Atlanta -- -
Ocala and will long rememberthis
I they fraternity, and unless that is achievedand .- -- _1 reallrrn rsi +wir

W. Martin, of JacksontiK Journal: ball as one of the most pleasant: ;
established the black man can
,- in d tli" Ocala Hoti-e. Married in Ocala Fla., February2.1th i events of their lives.
never be a man in this country and The
: at 11:30 o'cl ek at the home of I
eudevors to '
Prof. Northcutt always Doynutrrvrl' Dn you want agood! iruuK :
Mr. and! Mr*. Kl Iar; French, of St. the bride's mother MNs IlossabeeParramore bate degradation will beget degradation We have a lot of good! iuuk that we will

Ix ruin ale "t the Oc'ala Hou.p. to Mr. FredericK Augustus: j' make the children his: elaai succeeds until he becomes a civil and otter at l'J'ecialiow I'rC'l": while tbty last I Ocala I
: time and he always
------ merry moral iucubu*, and the result will be
A Good Metal Trunk S2.00
LeSeur: formerly of Atlanta. It was
Mr. Fnasi I.nr Ijeesburir.1i i the guestof a'lmiiaUy. he will impart degradation to the A Good Canvas Covered Trunk S3.00

hhn-aiulit: Mr J. A. Hendry. a quiet home wedding. Mr. and Mrs.LeSeur After ten o'clock those not masked white A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00 furniture I
race. Leather bound bratrumnrd trunks, at
left on a bridal trip aud after I proAlso
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the dauc-
I were allowed to enter into
Mr. L iitcuKwr, of Cincinnati, March 15th they will ha at home to I ing which was kept up until mid- The prejudicei p'i-ion and contempt valieaid p .rrional trtivelina pfln'C 0 man YI
j j
Sw"rk and (K."''a, is vi-iting/ hit their friends in Ocala. Mr. LeSeurmoved 1 for the negro in th- father and These "rl-.II lill BARGAINS aud we have
i night. mother will and with other bargain* at
frwd h itoison curse a
f t ftnilly for a yr.3lr to Florida jfarsgo; lei aNon 1 PI or. Northcutt will remain in Ocala

+ 3 J. IUni'1 arrival in O-al.i of Mr. J. A. LeSeur, of Atlanta. I all of next week. deadly visi Vers'i virus; the the unborn unborn child child of and the AT S M I IT H S OCALA, FLOIjIDAlllllllllllllllltlllif

.)I.hy mid. U the truest of hertwat.ill Was Her Terror. i It i it always a matter of regret to I
Night ,
I' negro will imbibe a hate for the white -
| *lr* .,. 15. Hrumby. |Ilhe young poop'e when he leaves I
"I would cough nearly all nightlong I II man that will be adherent and apart

'r. J"hn Putter of Sumiiu-rtleld, is ," writes. Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of I I Ocala aud it i U sincerely hoped thati I of his very make up.I " " IiiiIIIIiItflltlillititllilllttllittltltt" "!" " '" ," ," "tttiililT/" '

iu Ocala with hill Ind. "and could he will return next sea-on.
''If'ltdhllli1.I"y: Alexandria hardly wish you would continue from

utwIr, I Dr. W. V. Newsom. I get any sleep. I had consumption so The Martel correspondent to the time to time to agitate this question, MRS L. T. TOMPKINS'

bad that if I walked a block I would as it will be the question
)Ir. It'll IU)Mir left Saturday! after- T lut't<-Uuiou says that Mr. J. J. growing FAl10US !
cough frightfully and pit blood, but, and MILLINERY
kNWI fnr S; .Augu tiue, where he Till!*, of that place, who is a retired more more intense, of the twentieth -

when all other medicines! failed, thru century.I -
g.wtru a few tI luV lUsinh.s! trip. I crosst'ie man, i is preparing to move to -
I $l.OH bottles of Dr. Kiu '< New Discovery I Ocala. Mr. Tillis is well known in have tu>1ied 1 this question in the Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody Ifou are hard tn y:

HM<. \. ,S. Mann, head and front of I I wholly cured me and I gained this and this will gladly light of the history of the world, : 1,11t"t'o there: ; her style will plf",..- \i>u and! ,'''nviuceou 'hat ::::
city paper :: )'ouart' not hard to please, only haw not nand I,Before the .1)Ie :::
th* K"d roads movement iu this 58 pounds." It i is absolutely guaranteed which I have been reading for fifty -
I welcome him as a resident.Mr. C and quality| you .It' -irl'd. You will find the finest M)}Ie all.1i- ::

etalraM* a xi-itor (K-ala yesterday.Mr I to cure colds, coughs, la grippe two year-iand all shorts of harmony ::= s-ortment in the city, and most coiuple'e Her ii"veltie lI.ltt A

-- --- I bronchitis and all throat; Hiid lung I H. R King, of Tampa, for- hetueen the races i+ nothing more -:;: Paris patterns will readily explain why this is the monl f&*hii u-
Clti.s II '. who has been
LId. i I troubles. Trice oOe and $l.on.( Trial i jnieily l collector of the sub-port of than a porous plaster over mi injured E able place to buy your uni'> r head W"lil' Toruj'kiDs'etForU
3ar t4HS pit fe v *'"..** in the woods! bottles free at Anti lol1ol'oly Drug ,, .
fouLditiou i
I I I in this Wli s among our haTe !lucc'eJ"d in e ul.i| -liiiij a l>u:-itie! < Wi one *
entry city, pU-* The planter will stick fora
wl r.ao.i.Ing4'Xj.t..Idtiuu. hai returned I Store. :! I :_:: founded up'>n a rock. P.' r prireli.k!| ..f trade i=. <-D" ihil will :_::
------- j visitors l''rid.y He U here iu the short time and fill oil and the uo!
r '
1etn4.. I Mr. ;M. HiiucliAwitei, of lashato EE \ielii a i.t -tit t. cvtr* mi \ >u w: t.t h. know y">u are well i:
i interest of large cigar manufactory will enlarged. ::= dressed ; quality and style !'I.t' ihtl thfacti'uo can buyoiiriiiilliiiHryfriMii ::::
IVwt J.IfI.h. I Wiley, of Fesseildw iuilla>, 1'a is at the Ocala Hon,p. t
of Tampa. piMlinu i is the only ultimateremedy ::= \ lonpkiusamid know you *r.- in linewi'h ..

1 Amdrtuy at Martin came down i and but foul will == thbet I A p-rfw-i .MT-hfirtioii: and a delight lu "*>nt. Bplttf. yr
Th" 0al.i: .IanufirturingConiptuyowiird j no one a say
t'rW.y I&ft..ru.,H to hetr Hi hop I Working 24 Hours a Day. I Y"u ,..ill get )o..r Imbue>'5 worth, and the style' ;::
I I by le.oH+. .J.1.: 1.I..tlc'tt anti otherwise. Rtj I> ftfulJy, -- thrown ii. -
Timer Id'e.h 1.01It}. I I There's no rest foa those tireless little l'orner-dut't Mi.noha Street.,mi H A\ nll". OppuMte I.iiM m tt.t.lt! :VIIIIII :
I Jtio.1.. Taylor are now Hiijl.iyiug : worktrs-Dr. King's New Life 11. M. TURNER -

) r.. |U.) \\' Divnw.ll) ; bf the Iiostfwi : iu theiiiNiifactureof C'r/t-4 and vie- I Pills Millions are always busy! cur IIJIIiIUJIlIIJJIlIIII' IlIIIIIIIIIUIUIIaJiIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIII }
: ing torpid liver, jiundice, i iliouMietis A Fircmans Close Call.
..f ,ili. \l..nifd I,1itb''hi i ralde pHckHg fifty men and lifiieLiUUH fever aud ague. They banish sick "I stuck to my engine, although
rtebatlhrtrrreufarwrrkley meeiintrMr. During thf heiuht of the t>.-.n.I I headache, drive out malaria. Nevergripe every joint ached and every nerve was ..!.*'* .. .. ., .. .. . . . : . 9 > ,1i
I : or weaken. Small taste nice, .
U',..,.......I. silt..ittaut t i son .'''2Illy lwiito uuny will t>e at work wonders. Try them 25c; at racked with pain" writes C.V.. Bell I." .
; rI-IECLl) B J- 1.0: LSE. : E
-- ; work, volt! i I-. destined', if >h.- ...- Anti-uouowly Drug Mor 2 amy, a locomotive fireman, of Burlington "- .
and Mn>. Tout Ayer returned tn i I I low, "I was weak and pile, \ 4" -- r i
( "tilts a big: city, tl) tin II:' through her 1 J
t....., hoe in M(.('ou, (h., Fridayftforafrtt i: vri..d iiiuuf! i-tuAiig industries I.i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perkins, of I I I without any appetite and all run ** OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.Ocala : 1
down. As I was about to give I
,> wr.-k'1 vi.-il III Ocsll with I i Providence, It. I., who have been up 9 Florida. .
work along these IIIUM I iiuid out I got a bottle of Electric Bitter and, .
)Ir. slut Mr Alfred the in Ocala I
R. Ajtr.Mr. spending winter guestsat
her. after taking it, I felt as well as I ever .
for 1. Cuisine First Class. Rules Rearclttttlli. -
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01\.1 the Ocala house, returned home did in my life." Weak sickly rundown ,
a I IIV.. S|paht i of o I luinl tn, )[r. R C. McLeod. of }\('ndrirk.1who j I I !
I Friday. people always gain new life, REFURNISHED TIIROI'GHOI'T.Special : t
r.fri> *niing the l' lu'oek Clothing of his visits I
I made one frequent I I II strength and vigor from their use. :

r (t h,, after hi*ndint: several 1 days: in to Ocala: Saturday is both a successfulsawmill I Mr. J. W. Crosby: who has been to I II Try them. Satisfaction guaranteedby : Rates Rv Week or Mouth.MRS. .. : I I Il'

Oink& h-ft Frl sty for Tampa.I : 'I man and farmer. McLeod Hot Springs: Arkansas for several the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. .

;. I I Price 50 cents. 7
believer that Florida has: too long fol ueeksfor the benefit of bib health, THOS. J. BARNES PRH'l :
>r. I.. I). I vMl,,r tl' tktl" rritl'J. Mr.I Geiger I lowed varyingtrause agricultural I returned Saturday afternoon and is Want Aid. .. . .. t. . . . . . . ..". ;

goods and chould now get down to very much improved. A want advertisement of more than
I luvtrtie-u but
ruiiuiuc t1'iier :
pill a.M ln. ttomt at Apofka.H I 1 bet! rock principles and rate hogs I j- one hundred years ago has been re _.." ;;,.--1"_. -.... "'-- :;:.;: I
Mr. J. II. Liviugbtou Jr. returned
anti corn. He is demonstrating histilery surrected. It is taken from the Amer-

*\. Ir. Park of Niuchow China, I successfully; and has some tine '| Friday from the vicinity of Juliette ican :Mercury of :Sept. 27, 1781, and THE NEW DRUG STORE !

where he has been developing another ,
tore K \i-itor to Ocali during the i stock and a lot now iu our cold I reads as follows: '

large laud sale. D. H. BKOWX. M. [11. Proprietor, (
tcrk mid mad" splendid talk' to the storage. Wanted-For a sober family & man!
i f
r) 1t.thn.h..11I at the1rtnid I week prayer of light weight who fears the Lord '
rl There are now daily: boats on the I Mr. George McKay returned Fri. ..1
1&I tll1lC, ) and can drive a pair of horses. He -
Oeklawaha river from Palatka to i day from a visit to the mines, where Is now open and ready to serve the public with Pure. Fresh '
mutt occasionally wait at table, join the of South ..olia and
Druj sat corner : Magi street r't. King
Mr J. M. layli.r, one of the oldestniuuarrnal Silver Spring! Sundays uCt'pted. !I he is putting in a plant for Messrs.! :
in household prayer look after the aveiuuiVehaea pretty line'of HOLIDAY( '!'iOOl; )S. in
trailers on the load Two lines are operated the Hart and i Ford & Hiller. "
horses and read a chapter: in the Stationery. Toilet Article: Perfumery Tun'. Ktc. which ;
flr a several days visit in Ocala, the Lucas. The-e boats make an we invite;shoppers to inspect bt'fon'111akini: heir Il lrdl\M'I' .
Bible. He mud (Jod rise at
If smoker in Ocala should willing,
If ft Iri-tay afternoon for hit home i appreciable service in the number of I every
I j buy oaly Ocala cigars how many more 7 in the morning, obey his master aud ---
at Hay I'ort. winter visitors to Ocala and our hotels
I would be given employment in mistress in all lawful command.-
-- ,how alnn,t daily arrivals from this j men CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS\ OUR SPECIALTY | ;

Mr. J. II. 1'j.thegrove. a prosperous our factories. he can dress hair, sing psalms and \
.our'e. I ..., .
Jt.a"u" =- -:- "' "- !-U.sTnEU1I'1I: = n. a ::c iii
fi.h merchant of ckloos3! and Mr. '-- play at cribbage, the more agreeable.He .

M. t MnrriMtn, vegetable grower of I Mr. Komeno, representing!: the i I ST-Saturday night, January 24, must not be too familiar with tbt'lliLhi I "

Iihnd sire, are visitors to Ocala I Postman Kodak Company, was in i in Ocala, dart bay filly, five years : servant of the house, lest the IT IS NOT PRICE BUT QUALITY
end gue ii ..T Mr. and Mrs.' \V. C. the lily t Friday in the intere.-tof his i old, part of mane hangs on one side tldlh rebel against the spirit aud be ,

company and gave flu informal exhibition I of neck and the other white That Th
lldrure.I put on inclined to walk in the thorny pathsof

of phyMcal culture and legerde j j spot on forehead, w ire cut !scar lie. the icked. Wages; fifteen guineas Makes IDEAL FERTILIZERS apelt
I>r. IS. L. Ptflmtr oftb'1t1.! a .
main. Mr. fJerig says: he can give | tween fetlock and hoof on one hind a year.

I'rumult'ut druppiflof i thit: city, was I cards! and and teat
Hermann spades
i back shoulder.I .
11 r p.lht..1| the| Of&la Ik-us-e Friday.lit I leg, clean place on near Maj. II. F. Schueck\ and wife, of Of any fertil/.trs: sold in the state. Theaie IT aile for
him at his own tricky.Says I A reward of $:tl will be paid for re-
l.ounStl.ill", X. C, are visiting Mr. and Florida Prices and Ci'culur
: on
i fiii uif U,)tn@ after his; t 'ex>iidTi crops. I'l"IUlst.
I He Was Tortured. !| ('onry.dJrefli II J. Cain Shady, Mrs. Donald M elver. Maj. Sebnecls
ii HiiH\..lir lu the IMiin!, ground
I Fla. 2-6 7i
: of 1lomta..arL I "I 'e.lf-iK'h haul: from cony I I -- is prts-ident of a lug cotton mill and -WE INVITE CORRESPONDENCK-:

t \ -- -. -__- I could htrlllv'alk," writes H. RobIIIMMI : I bend Mrs. Schneck are in Floridaon A

j Mr.1 aud lrtt.l.t'i: Hird, formerly 1 HillsUuoush, Ills., but IJuckleu's I Notice. a plea*ure tour.
Arnica halve completely: cured j The annual: meeting of the stockholders COMPANY
reside in WILSON &
1 &l tlii' <-tt) but ah' stow -- --- TOOMEI FERTILIZER
The Standard l Kaolin Company
Hrookliu 1'ulm teach and are tht'IU.ctslik(' magic ou sprains: Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengoodand
are at
bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, burns, ulcers of Florid. will be held at the Hansel Jlnl1unu.tllrt. of Itlt'all't'rtIliL"fe and !Special <(<'roj I'cnaulatf;
went to
guests at the Hreakers. They will.rrh't Bank Uuildiug Lt.'hl.IIt Fla. on bon Fridayto
boil Perfect healer of skin ; ,
in Oi-uU some time best week diseases! aud piles. Cure guaranteedby Wednesday, lltb March, 1W3, at lilo, \'bitlrt'l.'. Leavengood's ws'cr, JA('KS O\: \1III., ILOHIUi.

fur a visit with friends here. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 25e. 2 p. tug II. S. BUDD, Stc'y.? [ Mrs. H. E. Schoemn. OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS 1I 1I


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Florida Press Association.The -retary-on- reuutst i and old memberswill ANOTHER NEW SONG. \

t: THE OCALA BANNER. annual meeting of the Florida send in $i.:5 for duns this year.

proaiineut merchant said to us 'rf-s! Association, as already announced I Transposition: is now being arranged By the Author of Tht. Song That I I

yesterday that to make it !possible to in these'! column.will meet at fur and will include one lidy Reached My Heart. -,
F3ASS HA22IS, E ltor. Thesecretary I Ofer Heir BITIBI aiyy
member of the family.
build an interior city in Florida we :Seabreeze this year beginning Tuesday ,
7. Leaveissci Ssslaess 13.:3.! er. Among the musical publications
P. than
I must have cheap rates out as! well March iS! at Soclock p. m inWilman'sopera will request no more re-\\ S Enptm
.. he made ceived, we are pleased to notice &
i as cheap rates in -not neceOiarilychpap house. this as it wag an agreement
Julian Jordan of
song by composer
'. rates, but competitive ratI.TIlt' The following program for the years ago with the transportationlines.
'rr\, 41 The Song that Reached My Heart."
C' ", interior cities must l he place1upon meeting has been arranged by the Bhmkawill! tie sent to members
'rs": 1,'rI"'tr. The is entitledThe Picturein Relief and
Instant S
"':. song :: Sptfy
.. in a few days. I ,
t,72. ; .. an equal footing with the nea- committee i :
;: Colonnades My Heart." This song i is a worthy j
follows I
Hotel rates are as :
\ port cities. TUESDAY, MARCH 24. Afforded
} P-reak- successor to the first named composition i- Cure ty y
and The
"" ":> \ Under conditions the interior Clarendon Inn l
,, { 'L present 8 p. m. Address of Welcome, Col.. it touches the heart. Timetitle i
# as:: too, j
t '
( The secretary'sheadquarters
'1-. ': i cities are handicapped and it is: ers. $_.5IJ per day.
t 1 \ -c do wholesale C. Post, mayor of Seabreeze; response, will be at the Colon pyre i is unique in design.Vitli- !
them to a
impossible: for J. .W. White, Fraternal Record, Jack- .
bilMtitl-. nades. tn the outlines of a heart, ia the pie j CitmSoap.OiitiotariPQileu E

I sonville. tare of the Jordan homestead, which
It Ocala merchant: For any further information address I
t For instance, an
All Else 'aill
\ ; MOTTO: THE BANNER, EI.IEVI O ships, barrel of dour! from Jacksonville Music. Oov. W. S. T. J. Appleyard, secretary, Lake is situated near the city of Willimau i>
1 AT TilE TOP WELL ABLfc.TO 8:30 p. w. Address by tic, Cocn. ]
THOSE Fla. i
HAS to OeaU he pays', we shall say City, "
CAKE OF Jennings. --
TAKE Mr. Jordan's father, purchased :.1
, TAKEN ITS STAND IS THE BAKRICAI for the sake of the illustration, twenty of officers committee ctc. n.n.' "V. ?. COMPLETE TREATMENT SIM
: TilE COMMON PEOPLE, Reports vW 5 4 farm, of about li: acres when the i ,
)ES it t. Martel I
l ; ASH ITS FIGHT WILL BE MAI>K FOR cents freight. He reship. > WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward composer was ten years oil. On the

".. i THE!: BETTERMENT OK THOSE AT THE and it costs him len cents, makingthe for ease of Catarrh that can
BOTTOM.----- 9:30: a. m. Routine business. Reading any place was a very old-fashioned house, The agonizing iu-iiiujf and bun *, uf
Jacksonville toI1
, :1 ... .=- --". _==== freight rate and discussion of papers., not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. in which the family managed to exist the skin, as in tv/euia; the frightful ,_",
= : artel thirty cents. J. CHENEY & Co Toledo, 0. scaling,as in psoriasis; the sow of Mr 4.
It ( it
f be Getting Business and Keeping fur two seasons! when wait turndown
is i said to a
The JapaufHe cane If he ships the barrel of flour direct We, the undersigned! have knownF. and crusting of the scalp, M IB Halted
Jackson aud another built. This b the
Rufus A. Ruanel, Metropolis, :
money maker on pine lands. from Jacksonville! to Martel the J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, I head; the facial dinflgunwit, w !hi i.
house shown in the
-- ---- ville. principal picture. and \ .
pimples ringworm the awfal I
cents I ; offering
freight rate is: only twenty one ,
The Bartow Courler Informant u Di8CUssiou.How and believe him perfectly The walls. of the house are of stone, of infant and the aanjr of f
thus giving the Jacksonville merchant and financially
keeping up iUspleadid reputation ana Can Press Associations Be all business

. superb weekly publication. an advantage of nine cents over Made[ of Practical Benefit to Members able to carry out any obligations family, theme being four older brothers I ter and salt rheum, all demand a remedy

the Ocala merchant in the shipmentof made by their firm. of aimuflt uperntuNM virtoM (.
; f ff the C. L. Bittinger, Ocala Star.Dieusion. under the direction of their
after ,
f Ho far four candidates are a barrel of flour to the nearest WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, successfully cope with them. ThatCiuteura .

i pontorfice plum, and uo one of the ,point out from Ocala. Toledo O. father, who was a practical stone Soap, Ointment awl Hll *i.

number is the president's favorite: Until this handicap is removed how Job Department of a Newspaper, D. \\'.\..LDISGIXS.S: &:; :MARVIN, workman.The such stands proven beyond all doubt.

1 E. Thompson, at. Augustine Record. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.Hall's material used was the stones No statement U made rvgudug them
\ color. merchants
is it possible for wholesale
that is not Justified by the
\ Discussion. Catarrh Cure is taken internally obtained from the surrounding field Mnwgcatevidence.
The Gainesvilleruuiiguilty\ :; i of the or manufacturing iudu+tries in the the blood The purity and *W.VU M*.
acting directly upon
K These were laid iu mortar, making a
following: The tanned skin of the interior of the state to compete with Adjournment. and mucous surfaces of the system. the power to afford immediate rrlH,
i 2:30 m. Routine business. Reading rough wall, which was then plastered! the of and
I diamondback rattlesnake i used: as a wholesale merchants or manufacturers p. Price 75c. per bottle.! Sold by all : certainty speedy prnuuwM

. and discussion of papers. Testimonials free. on the weather-side and finished off' cure, the abaoiute safety and gnat 1
; barometer in Florida. Ou the approach doinsr buMiuss in the seaport druggists. economy,have uudr them the tfaMfert. l

I of it Htorm it becomes incist cities? The Editorial Page of a Country Hall's family pills are the best. in square blocks! making very sub skin cores and humour reawdiM: of the

i Weekly, J. II. Humphries, Journal, stantial and fine appearing house, and civilized world.
and finally shows beadof moisture It is impossible.la Public School Libraries. Bathe the affected parts with .hi* I

f of tea many: hours before the storm (;t'orgillabama, Tennessee, Braid entowu. now after the lapse of many years, he, water and ( uticura aoap. toclnutM Uw

t j Discussion.Our ; Attention was recently drawn iu who is widely known as a writer ofmany surface of crust and wait sad aufum
arrives Kentucky, Texas, and other states these columns to the plan proposed the thickened cuticle. Dry, wkhoK.
Competitor, John Deaha.ni, favorite songs, thus expresses a .
hard and ..
rubbing .I.plyt.'utkwauh.
because it i is: running a" that have built up great interior cities, |
Simply the lIon. W. D. Cam superintendent -
Press, Pensacola. by most fitting tribute of love for the old meat freely, to allay .,,:ta llj(,irriLoaI\\Qa
colored column and has a colored like Atlanta, Birmingham, Au;tin, of public instruction iu Marion and inflammation, and soothe and .be..I i,
Discussion. plate that was !so long his home. and, in the lorw, take
lastly evm-r
; Dallas Louisville Nashville etc., :
esteemed. evening contemporary ,
editor our funds for the
county, for securing (utk-ura toolveut Pill to llt".1! ul!
F. Mc- With the how of' 9
Tom composer
I is feeling as proud aLl i ii is these! concessions have been made S p. m. Annual Poem, purchase of school libraries, and as many cleanse the blood. A .ii<|fl* set l U oft.'usutliri'nt

cities have been Beath,School Exponent, Jacksonville. Us can truly sing:-4'There's a Picture to cure the DIO*( tortunot.
frill and the
putting( on almost as many the question involved is one of the in Heart that Riches r-uni'u II:,!i_ Irill,: :.1.11 hfllllilialiuin' +.. .Ip
i What the Editor Owes to His Party, My I .
Ilooevelt and i U beginning to tookt given competitive rates. first importance, it may not b- amissto '.'"..,1\ liUdlxl.rs. w.tb ItM* of h..lr,
the Frank A. \\' hOle, Herald, Tampa. Buy 4" .a 1 el--[ 1 I.1; -.
k white And the growth of these cities,
down on l'3 H only "poor again emphasize details of this
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trash," anti of u l con t"lueucewh magnitude of the trade they have Music. timely proposition. -

created nave been helpful and not The Press as au Educator, U. II.

I te"r.. --- hurtful,to the railroads.: Mc-Creary, Sun, Gainesville. It is suggested that, as the weakest! : O SeaQe8@s oe 0Q-.eI....

schools should first of all lit l !
r mfD o eGe5f
I rI The ,press of the Ute is almostunanimous The railroads: have not gone out of The Progress of Florida Journalism, G ) SS
the county school boards throughout
I ou the sideof ;Mr. Stetson business in those states. John C. Trice, Tallahassean, Tallahassee. o O&GCS
the state appropriate $5 for all 8l'h'Hlb ee .
iu the \'eritplcanlal.' SS's should The same results would be reached .
having I less tban thirty pupils! ; $4 for 0 .
do nothing to dry up the veins through in Florida if the railroads would Music.
those with less than forty ; ::: i> r
which run the milk of human kind- pursure the policy pursued by the The Country Editor, Phillip Isaacs, I Making Advertising
those with less than fifty: and tor all
ntw". Men of the Stetson stamp are railroads: in other states that: boast of Press, Fort Meyers.
others, $ The teachers are then lobe -S .
scarce enough iu all conscience and cities. Mfe S.rn E. Q
: great: interior The ociety Column, *
asked to contribute to this library:.
w j should see to it thu the puiUu- Harris Banner, Ocala.THURSDAY gPy \ \ :
fund in their 2i\lirit\
I The gentral, Hon. proportion to s.
I throptc s ed( tuey plant i : l hall. bloom outgoing attorney

into tl.werl.t \V. li. Ltmlrli: presented with a MABCU 26. the largest amount suggested t temg o -- -- .

I handsome: ; loving cup Saturday at. 9:30 a. m. Routine business. Reading $3; the smallest RilIIu uI1ti"o! G S

After fully stating in the newspapers Tallahassee: ; by the cabinet as a token and discussion: of papers. to all this:!, the school chiliren will o .

t hu vlitful'd side uf the tetsou of regard for his long and diligentfwvires. Cleanness, Accuracy, Brevity in have au opportunity allorded them t" o S

M Alex. St. of of l- e One drop of water does not mulct tllf'! ....,.ui
University ciiidil, 1tJ. Hunt J. B. Whitlield and Newspaper, Work, George Wilson, assist by means a system car G 5

\ with that graceful i iI which it i is proposed to send out, !Ui Clair-AUratiH! I \V. II. EIH- were presented with Times-Union. Jacksonville. grain of sand will not mak a .1.-!.1.o

I magn lImit)' thit is }peculiar! to him, Mmilir tokens upon entering the Diseussiou. which are to be put on salt. hy tb-. One feather does not make a bin! : '

says: : "I hive !!.ihl 'lut I would u"tbea duties of their new office.i The )btion of the Weekly Newspaper pupih at 10 and 25 cents each '1 l ht'4t'

I ptrty'to trying; th'ncrts ill print, cards have already met with a ready : One leap will not make a frog .
I B. B. Tatum, Metropolis,
and ( will\ not. A-i the attorney 01 j i :Some of the best editorials being Miami.Discussion.. sileia :Marion county, where a sum eo IT IS ALL THE BIT50

the I'liintitr-i, I haw brought such written iu the state ere from the penof sufficient> supply: every school, under ..
Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner.
: :
m their I Cam's direction witha 1
suita< in my julijnent tfuperintent 08 '
Bartow Courier-Informant. .:30 p.m. Reading and diacus.ionof o ,
I lawyer, wa ue"e>* I The beautiful bouquets that are being newspapers. _
tt-tiwi lull viuJieuiou, and I really has been realized. ee ..
tin constantly thrown at u> are most What a Newspaper Owes to the
think i' due t<> all piries that there' Nobody who haa ever seen aintimij .0 .5C
pleasiugand: are always appreciated, Public, Frank E. Harris, Banner,
should\ i exilian of ne ne'\'l'iper: of the entirely inadequate manner m' e
I and the reason we do not reproducemore Ocali.Discussion..
coium-'iit until I the ;etiiiiouy; his which the average county whool, in An d'it is with most thing in I Ill' :end i SC
of them is because; it is like .
been ,teed before a jury, and tht this state is equipped for the all important is it true that adverti-m
feeding our esteemed neighbors across The Country Publisher, Oliver J. especially one :sat
right or wrong: of the inittrr: demonstrated task imposed upon it-wh" 9
I the way on gall and wormwood and Farmer, Times-Democrat, Bronson. : will not make you a successful a,l\ ,-r-r.
\\oy the verdict of twelve men. knows anything at first hand of the i
not cruel enough to torture in PoemV.. E. Pabor Pineapple
--- we are S. p. m.
-- pitiful talk of literary facilities i-very- Lay out a line of publicity and put it in 1
I that way. Pabor Lake. (Mr. Pabor ispoetlaureate
\ 1l 1tt\1T\LLLLL tl 1L l tT1\1\\ where encountered in the rural) settlements C j
National Editorial
for the -
\ The Atlanta Journal will shortly let of the state-can have anything 0 J
the contract for a sky scraper of steel, but good will for the proposition i- '
The Religious Press, Rev. L. D. : THE OCALA BANNER |
J Y marble and preyed brick. This will to give every school in Florida a
Geiger, Chronicle, Inverness.
accommodate the Journal whose library of iU own, and every child in
be to
COURTINGDANGER Music. I '<: '<: That Will Pay : I
present home of two four story buildings the state a chance to share m the
Yellow Journalism, John M. Caldwell -
and the basements of five and priceless intellectual)) inheritance Ilr 0 fI 1 1o
I Herald, White 8pri gs. I
t I top stories of four is all too small. the ages, without money and without .... Je
It is courting danger to stand under Poem, P. Ion Robinson, Crescent,
L Icy eaves. Not a few have learned this Twenty years ago six wet got out price.-TimesUnion.Does a....8.. faj

I J to their cost. Every winter injury and the first issue:: in the basement of a Live Oak. --- --- e 88.oi..3... 8eG9Ce
I even death are reported as the result of Music.Women, it Pay to Buy Cheap?
I I f this carelessness. Hut there is a far job office; today there are five hundred W O .a.QeG.80.eG..
I more popular way of courting danger. and the Local Paper, Miss A cheap remedy for coughs and .
employes cramped in the aforementioned I -- -
I Every: man or woman who neglects a E. Nellie Beck, Journal, Pensacola. cold is all right, but you want -orne- -- -- --- -
eolith i is inviting sickness, and buildings. This shows .
many a Z ..ZSSSSasssssL ..
fatal sickness has its beginning in a slight Woman as a Printer-Editor, Neva thing that will relieve and cure the ssssLS stsssutStstssstslst! itll i!
what a combination of brains and
couch.:: C. Child, Champion: Arcadia. more severe and dangerous re,;ulu of
The timely use of Dr. Fierce's Golden topiUatiou' \ will do. In a newspaper
Medical Discover will cure the cough. i Music. throat and lung troubles. What shall ;
I i
Even when the h is nHstniat; ami office one is useles. without the other. i
con k I The Trials of an Agricultural Edi- you do? Go to a warmer and more TED
there is hemorrhage with emaciation; and
weakness, "Golden Medical Discovery" \Vheu Perry lielmont gave a $10-&- tor, K. O. Painter, Agriculturist, De regular climate? Yes, if possible; it II
always and almost ,
helps always cures plate dinner during the second Bryan. Land. not possible, for you, then in either .
U __ ... .... _
I was troubled with a bad cold which settled .I'V' ..... ,
on tnv luap and left me with a miserable campaign the country thought it was I How to Advertise Florida (illus- case take the only remedy that has -- --
cuugh wine Mr Jiscpli D Burns of 31*
Hue'ti:, street, Ithaca. New a swell affair, but what is that to a trated.) Chas. F. Bergman, Freedom, been introduced in all civilized i-oun-
\ ,ter,, \'nrk., "I used two bottles of Scrap Iron
\onGolden. medical Discover I Sfitto' ) plate and that plate not eaten Seabreeze. I tries with success in severe throat and ,
''' alter which
my cough
I 7' divippeartd: entirely. I cann I I The Atlanta Journal describes: the Adjournment.At : lung troubles, 'Boschee's ,. ?t amend your median
{ too highly." oireumstauce: Since the days of the last session of the association Syrup." It not only heals and .stimu: fletals Rails

Golden Accept Medical no substitute Discov-for Lucullus, the epicurean, the most held iu Pen:.acola, the, following I lates the tissues to distroy the germ 'I ,

erThere, is nothing costly single breakfast on record is amendments to the constitution were disease, but allays inflammation aDd : ETC. ETC. ETC.
good" for dis-
j jiist as
? eiaes u f the stomach, one which Henry T. Johnson, a negro were adopted: causes;;; easy expectoration, gives a ti

: fu-od, and lungs. Subs editor from Camden, X. J., did not Amend section 3, article III, of the good night's rest and cures the pa- ; cash
-.ntntioii means a little Highest price paid for. same

more profit to the dealer eat cue day last- year, in a Pullman constitution, lines o and 6, to read. as tient. Recommended many years by ...- .._-.u...__._ ar _. _. _

: but d loss to you. dining car on the Seaboard Air Line. follows: all druggi"t, in the world. You can I

e Medical The Common Adviser,Sense loan Johnson was refused admission to the The iniatory fee shall! be J2.50, and get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly - ADDRESS
Drui Store. j
large pages, in paper car until the other people had breakfasted the annual dues: :1 and an annual per SABEL
covers, is sent free on BROS.
,l receipt of 21 one-cent : whereupon he refused to eat. capita tax of 25 cents. Mr. K. R. Carroll has purchased the ,

t'' stamps to pay expense of He brought suit against the Pullman I. New members will, therefore, remit \ house on South Third street which m Jacksonville. Florida.
mailing only. Address ll
Dr R. V. Pierce, Buffalo company for 10,000 damages and got $3.75 with application for membership l he is at present occupying, from Mrs.

N. Y. judgment for $ OO. (blanks will be furnished: by sec Bessie McConnell. #1 5151SSS9 :5'.5'.5': s.SS: SSSS S'SC'.9 ...


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DESTRUCTION ; Continuing, be soil: J. F. EDWARDS' ,

I.,1*.. Use Dynamit3 at Micanopy, |: "As I am gain:; to die so go !and Number of Appropriation Bills Are

,. Fonda, : look after ilia women and children in
Mi.-.. >l y. Rla. March !.-The safe the coaches." Montgomery, Ala, March 1-Cover HOUSE
H BuJMiia He t-xpired a few minutes later ,
fl wn blown ---
oWn nor J?lka yesterday afternoon seat. up

In* *nd qUIte A mm of money wsu! Fatal Wreck Occurs Near Le- Limited Just Ahead. his first veto message. Gainesville 0 cala. Fla.

eMa. Utdl&l tuj! burglars failed As L -- _
toe The Chicago! and Florida Limited of it happened it hit the hoys'fonnatory re
1 -
pt ** *ult. thorns the greater noir City, Tenn. the Cincinnati Southern road oca oflie at East Lake and stock: -=

JIIftf1D: ut t&* ED...? WM kwpt.MmmMio4 finest down aa appropriation for which tie : "'::
truss in tie country ruaI r
n"l1l"larl their work THREE DEAD; TWENTY INJURED, I alng torn Jacksonville to Cicazo was Ia.;it's who! compose the board and .::: .; ,:;' .
..._. 1II11'Il.bt. u aai upll.liOI1 tie Wjmfea -
wasrrt L 3 Federation of Clubs had
:a short tim aheii of tie wrecked
j ..
t1 *( Mm. SiX .. : : ::::1=
eulpectin j lcbb1bt
assiduously which had
; AccuJe.-.t Occurred at Top of a High i train The Chicago flyer which left and = = >!. =
ls' "aColllC (MI, however those pa.d: amid the of full ;
Chattanooga ahead of Bibb's train was : applause galleries a -- -. J
Cie nv t. t It lid kit iBVMttfate.: Emfcsr.itmsnt and: Train Went Down of !adies -' -_ .;:. -
I compelled Harriman =
I to run to by wayI
., -,. t:.rr "xylowoiw were heard at This-Three cf the Coaches Afterward of Knoxville instead of its The veto of this particular bill thus
I over r. :.. .!
Met t r. .- *n wia-wetins what wad Took Fire. line for the reason stated. above, and leaves co doubt about the governor :. :**
.." 'II !\.n..r. huse wbc heard i j it th:s train had been wrecked! the loes being In earnest aoout stopping extraappropgar.ons I -:. .-- ... ; 1FAMOUS ::
11t nlll IlIy. 4 .. Knoxville. Tann. = : ;,"1 =-
March 2. TheCast
x i i'r. cUll having he .. .
: courage
I of life might have been much great 1- .. ;7 .:... S.
;!" ,,all' and fronr iiora of the pat&b&aor train, Chattanooga to i! er, as :it aiarcarn.:s a long list ofI to pat his warnings prc"-- Gusty given t' iP -\

,. ter found > The S&luuury, leaving Chattanooga ,
< pe& oafs : : : at into execution.
passengers aid runs on a very fast 'G
/eocr i .*-r* hiova. tit piece and the 11:45 o'clock !list night was wrecked I I sche
NIt w:8: .I to w? ww broken. The burtr'r about 3 4 miles west at Leaoir City. i! _____ $20,500 for buildings and equipments : .

&*t .1 .!h.. vault, bn failed to get \ Tenn., tais morning about 2 o'clock. I| NINE FLAT CARS WRECKED. and a maintenance fund of Slid per -- -

... T' P lault van opened thin morn The wreck was caused by spreading inmate up to 1:6:: boys .l-VlfETEKiliI>CII 1JEEB 2.

aa : th* money found of the ra:.... The -. .&,
tit teas in its : T : Southern Freight! Train I'arted-Sec. governor say that he approved

Flea MIT 'h* paiw: money was torn' so far, a :u a number are Injured. The I +I tions Met with Crash. only one large appropriation that for FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.My .

k ehr.II.A I dead: I j I Macoa Ga.. Mardi 2--A fastfreishi tie capital extension! and he did that Ji a.eor Bcortoa at -'''-'--- Jl.75 :My t.* 30 Gin 1t... ......_ ._--JJ
rate and hone belonging! to i i It was at first reported that six were ; rain on the Southern moving because he has control as to whetherit My 130 .. .--............. .-... i-Jo :MT J.ao Xor.h Carolina; .. : Corn at 1
My '
err of tw! ritlJEWM vas stolen from Ma killed, but later investigation revealed I' north broke in two on a steep downgrade shall: be expended or not. The pros- My 3,00 4.00 .. ....*._........;......., -30-.OO :UV I S.SO".JO !1.t* a u ewiei.*. .* II.. 2

_ors IB f he heart of town, and it is i I' only I.':r&:! fatalities all of whom pect of being able to expend any My too Gin, at ........-.....--.. ........... :.-s My 4- 0 .. .. T..
near Flovilla. ._......... ..... }
My 150 --.... ........... :.ou Jiy 4Yew !lilluLila ___
wt_ th bunters aced them in ale tninmea. Twenty-tour peopla The front part of the train began Coney under that appropriation he j

qty tkeLr raid. No clew !has were injured. one of whom ::: die. says lOW to boa dream
yet ay slacking up in order to make the connection aopeara a mere The Jus: and Kez: Trade Made a Special Feature.
bise lu at The ffe continues: -
tie rear portion of taseaiiia yo r ord salwaySenaenoughtocover the
dead.Lkt COat I1Iap Ha:1-garoa.tfp. t-
of Casualties. the train descended the gradeat "I have no objection to tie purpose -galoninq.i5c.galon= Ui. 25C-3-galoniigic kegs.Jl.
CAPTURED LADRONE LEADER intended to be subserved by his bill 1 I il! taor*wttisice*and setter waakcy :has any Souse.a F'.onOm. ecatae : r.* lo.M.ai
John H. of a runaway ape d* and when the eat fxxU aad toll measure,
Bibb Knoxville. eagiceer. -
aid only decline l to it because '
compact came the force was" GO strong approve ateaiorderwtitconvnceyouhat'sesrtheleotie.; Trm-casnwth' ier ila.
fetoftd. $ Sa,.... Taken In the Province that nine fiat cars Were almost totally cf the charge !t makes oa the treasury Yours &nXCUHC :Il'1I". J F EDWARDS.WE
A. J. Tu"!.er. of Xevrpoit, Tena., a t .
of Rizal.Maaila. demolished. which, from the present outlook: :t
March :.Governor Daniel The track was obstructed for two or cannot afford to bear-
Alfred;; Bftt. of Knciville. a negro: --- .-- ------I
tf tto Biaal provinre. has He submitted an amendment aubsti. .
raptaredOilaael three hours. .
I '! .r.1T' '!! "'In ... -
poner. :!:! : -!!: .t:! !i!!
Santo, one of the Ladrone A wrecking crew was put to work rating the appropriation in one bill
tea Jose de The :rjr., J : an annual maintenance fund of $8..')Ii0 I
todcn, at Xavoloa. Tila '
a at once aad by noon had the way be-
A. T.. ..
) *. I miles north of Manila on a R. : > ivins express messenger, ty'es Atlanta and Macon open. which is an increase of. ?5uu over thePl'eI@nt I I EAT MEAT
welt! 9liad.toveraor, of Brisro:. T-.'nn.. siiouider and aack fund.
bruised :s:
( Daak leaned of thetth.reabouts G. M I SAVED FROM TOMS. The house adapted this amendment I j. To ;grow jtroa;. Cnkwjooti we del
Poetry, of Knoxville maclerk ,
to the bill it the
of Santos and surrounded I and went to senatrThe ; s
: a, in and wrist braised. { : nieat we may M 1hII1.K
M* boiMi !in watch be wan with police I Supposed Corpse Revives When Seinj governor concludes' !his! mesa:': : > ', r
I W. T. Klutz of Knoxville. bag:asmaster. ]: } .: & 'Ine. There U
roiuUbnlary. He then entered I Prepared: for Surial. by saying ie has about conc.u A1 Ir no itreogtitu
tfb hovw pmonally and mad a prig injured. New York MarchSilks Ekiiti let all bills earring ':n<'r ased ao'''--> iy li =,c :u :iiib mmi-uuusdof fjvit -
W. S.. Overtoil, of Knoxville, cca- .
Cur of Santou who has bean Curzon of Red N. prtations go ov 'r to.1 > 3fpr T. -
broughtM Bank. J.
13 now recovering ,. : take
ductor, !augers badly mashed and cut ctmtgtb to 4ijjr
that he : ':. I
M tla. Ooioael Santos R-aa the from pneumonia after her session mar xrer a. tj\\ <

feeler of tNt LadroDea in Rizal provo Thomas }Mills of Knoxville, negrofireman family thought her deaj. possibilities of the :-'-a,;:.:'p. Thi } It pay to b@ e n fu: :L

both legs broken. son he .=t *:''p \' ,:.)ed *;.': 'J.A X11 ,
sad comrade '
tar- a of General Sant1l11.1 She pos d as the Goddess of Liberty k nyni: meat-b* ur! to fct
The ,
following were passengers and ,%
l> 1 Award of :2.000 ia Red Basle that .'oie '3 be'ar.s- in!>S a = had
pesos were injured: I Washington's birthday .. :z Me oest-tender and ebon-tf.
I.rn ,>for'd for lug captur parade and caught a cold which prostrated thin: a :one fbp 3ft!: ,,: sal be > = I
J. L. Fawcect of Chattanooga; ,' i x 4 } :: :-: little ,r-f nllMld bit all.t
her.Yesterday. w'aoui a:iy fund A; allUniiT ::. tl a> a on
Tenn., shoulder bruised and right leg:'I I Rw<2iSLvT -
tiiis: ; dci-lirat.Da "
of the \
SEAS. broken.E. she died, apparently and I i -mmeihiiii -11 your .toma.'nwllil
ernor will ovei: ::: aa ; z.
undertaker go = ap"ripnatiou ; \
F. TCanison. of HogersviCe.Tenn. I was called in. As he JxJ? C f : will put flesh mi y\u
of tie :1r!.::nC J'.I, >njJlOtuMMi !
carry -
Mate .
Captain and of British about the
Ship: Attacked ., broken bruised was to prepare body for the 9. t ; t
and head
arm % ,
I shroud he \ extra, |lt3 !"Icr the dea: :. ) jUt':3 and :strung! blood in year
Crew. P. H. Guice of C was startled to perceive
by Fletcher roath a
I that the rfght arm that had J sin our. d'iffib school ami tmroos other i i .f. :t"Krt.
Ra"... March 1-The broken :>shoulder head injured. a
crew of the small: aaiounta t'.ia.aiv.: > Bussed both ,

Brfcub Uriauatin Persia. of Windsor Mrs P. H. Gttice. of Fletcher, N. I. side up air tat tip bed face spread Then was no1l'ht nuti--i: \n j I b.Otl9'5 ana ;'!ca *o i's it-sk.! The !i iI EDWARDS BROS.

II. S which halt arrived from Hnnapert. C., back and head injured.W. j eyelid twitch Tie Dill carrying $_: .JOO for me Girls' Inj j

V. 3. aid Baaia Honda mutinied B. Bolt: of Leonidas, Tenn., cheat tbad3y a family; *oa I iustr'al school passed only this after- StilN 3 and i City Market Oi-ala. Ha. ,I _
.rummoned and work began to ke>pI s
tact attacked her captain. X. .d. injir injored ioternally.H. I 'Z!
Cogs !I alight the slight ;spark of life and at .
Hell mad the mot Peter Pobleon. C. Toms of KnorviHe, shouldei I S'F Ig Z"F: : 7- :"ZdS'2 -Io.::; ::.:: :::.::_ __ :..
i ter a time Min Curzon was able reI i
and breast I
both Sovo ScotiansTk .
notice what was going on.Today -- -- --------- --
Mrs. H. C. Toms, ol Knoxville. left I
war M badly sloshed that
h. la\ not d perte .1 '" ..; [ l.l!'. Hf :' : .:. '1' -: ., i> ..

Oftfawell was badly out and bn s0d..
Mrs. :Molly XI. Lee of HogersTineTenn. '
!h. nan poUce boarded the vessel I CEATH
., head and arm injured; also I, TO SEVEN MEN. I The First National Bank
4HM tr**** the three ringleaders.ftMll. I ; '
Innis Canadian John Bofio injuries. "When the
: I butte won't'come
Firedamp Explosion In Mine Near La-
Two children of Mrs. Lee, injured
:Nee I l '
aad Prank
wraB. Cochlla 3.:1IIcIM.a : trobe. Pa. I i OF GAItiESt ILLE.
one of whom may die. ;; put a penny: in the j i
Latrobe. Pa. March 2.!
Mrs. Sarah EL Morrison of Rogersville. -Tie Hos- I

II* W.. I'rumpt. Tenn., spine injured and will die 1 j tetter Con J.avtlJe Coke company's churn, is an 'd' dairyo : The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Cotmty.

". She is the mother of Mrs Lea 1 i mine n 'ar here was the scene of It often
1 sass kMW it uewty appointed mln- o seems towork
L. H. Hushes of Lone Mountain I flredanr explosion yesterday !in Capital. . . . . . . . . . . ivi.utt i ) 00
... Weld a well known cuusressmanC '
; .. lYeeri.s the fur;;n at-rrice the Tena.. right! jaw and arm brw ed. 'I' seven m@nlosttheirlives.Their though no one has ever Surplus and Undivided Fronts . . . . '.tnoitjjoDo .

.wet ..,. "Wbu tool right months to J. B. Tropolin. of Mew York, internally names: hId whYh&4*.. '* exclusively a Dunking buytu'. With fi'iiiri3 -ltal to nay banK ia Ute

Mali k. pIIIIt ou account of 'uunieroua injured and back sprained. i Michael Flack, 40 years of age. state oiicts the accounts i>f Farmers, Men hants. rorpormuoiui.

Itlil.Isenwnt eu route,' an be exHe J. A. Kelly of Alexandria. Va., heai I, I Michael Flack, Jr., 15 years ,.f age. \ :Mothers are worried Etc. Interest alsteti; byipecial arrangemeur. All bu m_**

Will arnved at tits legation; at Injured. { W. H. Sesser aged 36. feGdiKe &e Children do not trau.-iL'ted promptly.
Steve Hooduke aged 26. 10-17 H. E. TAYLOR. c.....
of Alexandria Va.. j
Sam L. Kelley
1 rfdeet I John GaXish aged 45.I giis strwj-Jh. and flesh
A& tJwrswi I1blt-d for an increabe of head and chest injured.J. we
of N. C. I I Charles R cony, aged 28. "1i
-Mr! W. Toohey Greenville *ive :item Scott's Emu
!.-; ribs broken. i i John Penzeric aged 16. say. The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing Co. '11

Jut What the Wanirtl."IVre William Wtltehead. of Maryland :: About six hundred men are employI si. *.

are alma spectactea." remarked Tenor. both hands ani head injured. I! ", J in the nine The cause of the explo. It is Mke 'lie in the

tt mm who had traveled, "that can F. L. Fisher, of Knoxville heai I' don is a mystery. penny Gainesville, fla.

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--- --- -kg- --..n... "' _, I I.. milk because it works and t
iJl u"" I '$
''Dear m*:'" ''xetamrd the absentI I III1bIiIW R. H. Hareha. of Muskeegee, L T. SIX PERSONS CROWN o. I I
beause there is
ol1 lady "'1 \\on dad! a pair I h *ui and right hand injured. something HIgh; Grade Fertilizers :

of 'eaT-Caicajo NrwaKIDNEY H B Sarent. of New Orleans right Lest Lives In Breakwater Near HICk astonishing about it.Scett's i

M:!,t rucl1"d. man, Ky. Emulsion is i
The wreck occurred on the top of aetrep I Atlanta. March 2.-A Journal special simply Especially adapted to Florida soils and products. Special !

from :Nashville: Tenn., says: milk of cod liver oil I
embankment! and the ferair a '
"A from pure Brands for Fruit... Pdrat.e1I: llln; -, < )tton. Lettuce. Cuke 4
plunged down this. The locomotives despatch Hickman. Ky., re-

CUREI i went within Srt feet of the Tennessee porto the drowning of six persons in I with some hypophosphites Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones t'T Chickens, price *1.00 ...{.

riv'r. Four of the coaches were tele I the breakwater near that place. They I specially prepared for delicate per 50-pound gars I '":

There scupPd and partially piled up on the were :n a :skiff which contained three "

inIc.*, u no 11 :.t-ct' ') insmuatn sae nt' young ladies and four men. Only one stomachs. IJishe: alt Prior Paid For Dry Hone. :>
i row tint 1Ukltlut"Y Uiaw :*- ,.
or 1/1 wide :apre L The synipas I Three Coaches Burned. of the party a Miss Higgins, of James Children take to it naturally \\. C'eHord01.: Oeula. Fki g'"

tutu Bayou. y->., escaped. The
are 'It gtutruli two young
t aught to
) : Thrpt' coaches! were burned outright
because they like the
l pe 11..111.... ladies who were drowned were named : taste
he: Cincinnati Southern train fron 0
Th first \mdiratious appear in 'I : Hubbrads. and the takes ESTkULIMIKI) 11 YE MIX ;
theunu. Chattanooga was traveling behind ttIllfated remedy just as
\fltl'l1rtt'li etlrt-ta. The I The names of the drowned could not

1I1UU1l11 may its im-r.'.ineil or de- Ii i train it having to com bj ba obtained The bodies have sot naturally: to the children because HANNA BROTHERS' ,
ePt..t; it u hkfiy to U- Qijibiy tolal way of Kiu'tville on account of tit J

ONt! traMimf; it may be pale I damage to the tracks of the Cindmiai yet been recovered it is so perfectly adapted

UMO, or thick and milky with a Southern between Chattanooga aadHeminaa CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSEd }
-bI OOQ(. Later .)Q more pro- last night. This tram waj I Stakes Ajgregate $?3COO. to their wants. +

*neituntl iy tnptuiuj will be Providence R. I.larch: 2. TTw .if
present awaiting! orders at London when it For all weak and pale an
tUtt& M dictm,"*!, bloating, etc., Narragansett Park association an Wholesale Liquor Dealers. {
". a.1oV's.-.l of the wreck.The .
M Rurkmi bladder and urinary flounces the early clueing erects for thin children Scott's Emulsionis
.. ........ engine of the! Cincinnati South
the grand circuit meeting to be held Authorized Borders and Wholesale t Dealers inV m. J. Coatis ;
r-vIlWIUIU ;
wMt. mattrr u polierted!: I em train ran up to the scene of tS the most satisfactory treat-
ri M tn. .....1 troet all parts or te <)'g. here August 31 to September 5. There Brewing l't.'- St. Louis B :-er. !
,, r e tart arriwl to th. IUdn.. '.. WDere wreck and by pulling two of the real
) are sis stakes .
$8.000 2
aggregating :nlt. ,
11" ;.
.pJ aut 'at *".. fIN 1 Entries close Tuesday. April 14.
tfeu. Will' tilt-t. OUil 1I
lIlLI I from the ,,wreck succeeded in saving We will send you
l-rtfiim ai>u;\ iuirut Tbrirtii"iiw The Park Brew. 2:11 $10.000 1248-1253 Jldarns St. Jacksonville Fla- i
t'"U pace. = ,
.| the bl..d l.ud lh { the L
is I them from destruction by fire. Th penny. e.. a
Wo'* w.. rv.i ouijr ovrrworimt, tin :stake ;s tic largest that a pacing class )
fit'..*.'tr, Hun mir ?uy. u> I, then i wrecking; train with! physicians anc I ever raced for. Heretofore has sample free. i'Rit E LIVT i i.i\ iPiM.n irIo s
.1 'h. purity tn.l t .tality M't 'to ttWnt"ur1U 11.plain been for 2:10: pacers, but the change is sf P? = that this '
c!e oscture: ntr
Mfr ..r ;r..t .......1 ."rUI..r anti after the wreck was reported 1 '
l ; r 'I.'d ;i Lr.s
i made to the desire of .
owing the
tU"'I tuwiila".!"." i I"r .or Barer I lion ''oii'p-' 1 apii tne wreck may be cleared! by noon management ,.en .e, ; .tfY ...*,.;.; is I 9.C@ 9Q.s ...5.......
1 ','I-r.tfU11V u..t 'Ii Ir..ul.'ll I to secure a frsh: ffeid ofhorses. ::'::.". .k !l lY. &
\ today.
.I. itnd in pr-\ entire: -..UleI. I .
/ : Roger W llams.! 2 14 1
".u ttuM 'ij: ".Ihl"\ in- Cause of Wreck. Yh SCOT & BOWNEChemists
t R"t. .. a 'll". 4t 'I'"' IIIIII" I'll. trot. Sl'i. trt'1 steep: ''s tie riird renew ,. T-
M'. I.' i 41 l utuiitv'iv I 'n : It is stated that the '.. II I i
t4 ..., T! ".IU"'IUC' irtlcr tt.ls wren : was I| aL Last ; ar :t eauoiistiol a new : READ I

i a ', 'r'"L paused by two land slides. !In tin world s :v ,'0:-d for an S-heat ra.:e, I 400 Pearl SL, N. Y.

K first it is thought a bu? >0)) .v:::. r .'aui'
.Y" Jll1"s, !lIfl.l" 5>:c. we ;. .xc Jmggo..s1$.. .
t ,,e fj., Afyru.1. 0. i down the -ads of a bluff ,:i i : .: .n j 1 \.0 Embarr't''lil1.o.w' r.

[ I il a .r' -rtiust of the traciThese: lands. :- -> >:era' \. Xiiii s> uc a ucti" to a :''i-'u neilbor: -- .-- i f The Florida TimesUnionr
t1' .
1 'J M'* aeu iruit-h Left ; the track and when the :v" iiiotixffftrnrk well vhiia lie '... .l.; iu fr+,udiy! t'ruts For Sale.
liar -
'1 1 _IIr. llc\ >- trfdel the bowlder.: .t was '',:a'ir tf li'i'iuhe i old b<.rr<'\\- .m .i=Sl fur .1 '
A :1.:. l .irii: Luiiiir 1-titlllldE r
..... ..nit .mil tau! Ti-Ht I from the tee: and down th<> t'm.ankment. t>\v ." .''is. Tl'e \Yo 1"' JY ':!It.! lllli.t WJ.I RATES.
: hn' Mil 1)r. tiara r ..niuM 'ulrr :.'r-.t e: their j'Ui.iusr ruul pmp- I. REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION I
r I,. ., iw v.-liular! and it.tr\ '!!-'f t !luc a ,,
luaw murv ,'0(4 town ,. '. .via < in.. freight : : J '
ft "', "' fOKDKLL.: ; Several eaachea followed. The scent !' guest :.l:':.ll.-. R:ail -i.iii it tLii f.iEO. To -r idjiimj) c \' ie :4 il!. Oostagt JCiol

.t..r"laalut1 M.ue Ot.-.rator. of the wreck N between London ant I whom he iM nut wish:: to expose his I drjti 04 :.to AtUctictoek I i.-" Line in- .. T.iree: U-ntha. pv-tage-td'- _.. CW ,..
Lenoir Tenn. where the Opening the note and duc1 of iumi...l" UIU nitini.ins **r >is Mooths. TOstage ')ilId ; *> .
City raalroat ignorance. pretending : I1g

r- ..- .!IU UIl8II1I II f JUM -Ut'h t One :dT. "o ;.* paid --oX.> e
,, parallels the Tennessee river for a con i to read it. be reflected a moment -.
1,1: ,' .UKJV.tlrnl are tn-ated ? __J5TRATED SUNDAY EDITION.! $1 50 A YEAR.
."''-uit iwn-uu e they let Blderable! distance. Th raastracruu and tunititl to the servant "Vay I The plant w the uin.t complet.me .cat \% ,,-k s ditron afz H..fs i a iD

wr Tt..t Cunlrll's or toe road at taia point was very dif good said he. "Tell your master Til I in the oouutv for the milling it'bine II I- 0a .,t'l\ k1EdruuD 'lire tear : .0 8

III L. lnt !flciht engineering and it is the raaa I
"ur>" uiuiuprista -
e tag ',... 'r the kidneys && anti asf unfortunate place tar a wreck.A :!B! moulder aarfacer > = ..... d.. ::- i, .. .= ':.i:). .. ... ......-"'-.. ,-
tbt a [hlaueI r
air! -s-l-iu.. had been The lawenlur't Triumph. I
I es.L ''ViWt-, .. \I.wonderDr. Brave Engineer. "You say that Arbeiter's inventions I tumiiiS lathe, band saw adovetailerand : )! : THE FLOaiQA' l TIMES-OHIOH, JASXSOHVILLE, fl4fll J.e' :

'I.ILt .!r 'n'1 Just before Engineer Bibb died a mill l
1{ vtno prnniptlycumi, bare: made several men: G1illion:. res. friezer ter>over t
vs It punrieii auii enru-hed the physician endeavor to have I bin make out of lot and building horse aadWJI
biiM4 but did ha ever anything storage ,
aa.{ such blood corned new dnnx !little
a whisky in the hope a '
i :1'ntlt anti viullry directly to the them? ;OQ, etc. I Ii
extending his life as long aa possible I SUBSCRIBE
"Oh lIe was singularly successful -
: iys rot mad to all the organs. The engineer refused, saying' with yea.his devices in; that Ie:3ptCt.I : For particulars apply to

I ULJ ITIXTWHEXS. "'1 have never touched it. and don11 He made enough; to perfect all of i TUE CENTRAL LCUBEB Co.,

: J .expect to begin to drink !t now." I tiem."Indianapolis News. l' : 4 if Ocala, Fla. ................. .......

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Doing a Large I f10U5is WRECKED I PARIS PAWNSHOPS. : .

I I tt'hf They' Are Poor Mace to Ci ::j Fe Old Standard

i Loan on StolenVatrhex..

Businessusually BY Y FURIOUS STORMHickory Of watchi-s alone there are received i

i here and :-.t the: twenty-two branch offifs 1 Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
assuming large
: means: : from: .i: thousand to twelve bnndnd ;

risks-too large to be a safe I Level, Ga., Swept by a tlay.! ai.out; SoU.OOO n year, the

burden individual a\erae: I in on a watch IK ing 20 or .
upon an ;
has 25 annual sales
Cyclone. j stood the test Average
estate. 40 francs. The official assured me that: years. !

Wise business men carry I FIVE PERSONS WERE INJURED. I I in( this one jrrcat in a thou numb>:md r of has watches; boon scarceIr stolen-, ; over One and Half Million bottles. Does this record

special insurance to relieve: fire fact being tint puiplc! wiio have! 4
f I
their personal estate of this !I One of These Is Reported; Seriously come djsl1t1lH'dJtc.u. : ,!; or other of merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.

risk All such will be interested Hurt-Communication with Hickory property fight she of the wont de pk-te. l Enclosed with every des Ta Cent Paaaae of CftOVt'S BLACK ROOT UVER. FILLS.DineretioB. .

in "A Banker's Will," Level and the Adjoining Towns Has: The reason of this was presently; made __ .-.......- '
pinto as we watched the formalities
containing the instructions ofa
Been Cut Off. record and I realized how difficult (It -
New York Hank President! to .
: would be for any one to do business
Atlanta Ga.arch 2.-Reports from
his tru>tees rcgardinginvest- Carrollton., Ga.,, GO: miles north of this bore under concealed identity. Every Two birg.ii--; : it l r<'l Le into the house J, X. :;p. :?res. il-; Srsin. 1 ?'ts : : Iuu :1 ces.- .

ment of his personal estate. city, state that in a cyclone which client mvivin a loan :greater than 15 of a URrcLautho: was gem-rally: considered
insurance fraii.-s must produce some octal to !be cry rich. After !heri'\u-
A f i policy ii another
passed over Hickory Level last night
romance cf sici l application to men wcnt- .1 II (insurance policy a citizen's lean efforts they managed to open the
four houses were blown down and destroyed. W. H. BRiGGS HARDWARE CO
tf affairs, described! In "The Largest Five persons are reportedto voting; card a jHTuiit to carry arms or safe: bet! who can describe their d,:; i I:

Annual I'rcniium. a rout receipt{ lx'ariug! his signature: and appointment when they found that it
!tnd tn .h ft both pimphleti.Ihl have been injured, one seriously.
I t and all their labor in vain? i I I
(' nu>,,,,) rants Communication between Carrollton throwing llzht upon his station in life. was empty
fusi InAaKn. For loans under 13; franes the client I Issimply At that moment the master of the i
tit si -In Amount Paid Policy-holdcfi.! and Hickory Level has been cut off by !
-rJl-1a A.c. the storm: required to show an envelope house, awakened by the noise, appeared I j VALDOSTA GA.1AWARE.

TilE MUTUAL( LIFE INSURANCE through the mails to his address All on the scene. For a moment all I

COMPANY( OF NEW YORK these facts, with various others, are three stood there as if turned into I I
duly Inscribed upon huge record sheets stone. The merchant was the first to
U 1'
RICHARD A. McCtiLDV,President.
so that whoever deals with the mont come to himself. !

.' J. 11, UVlXGsTOS. JR., Agent Ocala Kla.CKC1L Rivers Roaring-Ail Railroads Report de pine exposes himself' to the! scrutiny "Gentlemen" be said, "let us nil! .
Bad Washouts discreet silence over thl..s
that must be ungrateful to folks maintain a
\\ILCOX. Agent lor the stateof Florida Chattanooga, Tenn, March 1.-The J
Jacksonitle.. Fla. 1)f shady antecedents. Indet-d. certain incident. And uow permit me to show
rainstorm that visited this section last persons make this a grievance againstthe you the or.-From:> the German. :
night prevailed for several hours, and I !
mont de piete and declare the Paris
DEADLY GERMS IN WATER. assumed the proportions of a small ,
i system an !lmp rtiiient intrusion upon aclient's

cloudburst, causing much damage. The i privacy, which would seem a Jerry Burnett, :
Unsafe For Cornell Students to Return
l lowlands in this city and suburbs are .
taken if the client is
point badly aa I
to Ithaca. Inundated and telegraph lines In several
honest man. Cleveland MoETctt: on Mill and
Turpentine Supplies
Ith&oa. X. Y., Ia.rchThe:! Ithaca places are d wn. : Paris Pawnshops in Century. Merchan

x board of health refuses 'A assume re- Washouts are reported from all the

tponalbllity for the statement recently railroads, the most serious being on CnnU Uht'lo..f' the )Ian.
made to the effect that it was safe ';
the Cincinnati Southern necessitating :. '
"I wisb I had not played bridge with Tailoring1.Ocala ; :':' ;
fur students of Cornell to return to .
the running of trains via the Southern "
1 Mr. X.. said a girl r eDtl.Y. "I thought
Ithaca and has passed resolutions de- to Harriman and thenco to Cin him so nice before, and now likingfor
I and Oldest
daring that it deems the condition of cinnati. The repairs to tracks will, him bas quite gone. He was so Florida. Largest
Ithaca city water such that it is absolutely Finest and
!In all probability, be made today. keen about trifles insisted! upon every Imported

essential for residents to secure Streams are out of their banks, and forfeit, questioned the score and seemed Domestic Cloths. Turpentine Supply House
such board and (lodging as will guarantee -
the Tennessee river is rising rapidly.
that no unboiled water from that so annoyed when he lost and yet Cuttinj; : Sp 'cialty. I

the stakes: were very :small, and he Fits Guaranteed. In
source shall enter the stomach' and Georgia.
River I U High at Memphis.
was only out a few dollars: so, of
that it looks upon the chance of sec .
Memphis. Tenn., March -ThE '--1
course. It was not the money. It must :.
ondarv infec"t'on from the numerous river marked 33.9 feet the _
on gauge have been the disposition of the man : ,.
of fever in
cases now the city as a \, -
here today, showing a rise of .3 since comiii;; o.it under provocation and the ...J'1 1'
new and serious source of danger. -1) :, ..b South, rn Agents for
President Schurman said yesterday. The waters overspread the test did not show him up to advantage.Now ...:." 1'N ,- ,:.;. __.. ;
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lowlands, and !if a further rise occurs \ '
"The attitude of the Mr. Z.. the other man at the ta .tc !
university authorities
many people will have to abandon ble, was so good natural and such a .. .....\..:,"""": RIXFORD
was the earn now as It has / :...... ... AXES.
their homes. The United' States: engineers '- ,
gentleman In his play that I quite like 'L! '
been throughout! the epidemic, namely '> Cji g&VN'_. .c?
here say that the levees are bleu although I never thought him attractive r, .".....- .J ,
; IlL
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that students who remain In Ithaca -4 -. ,. _-/ ,. ff .
withstanding the rushing current and before." .-j"--. r.rJ':.:: ......
or who now reurn, do so entirely withtheir c/.f ---t-: : '; :
they do not believe that a break will All games of competition may be said .. .:--. '.
own responsibility! but that absent -

students would, be given the occurr. to assay certain characteristics but the 'd :-- ) MAil 03CE3S PROMPTLY FILLED.[ PRICES CHEERFULLY "TEl
most crucial test !seems to be card )
greatest consideration in writing! for
work lost. Rise In Alabama River. placing and bridge Is responsible for .r -

Montgomery, Ala., :1a.rC"hThe many a coolness resulting from self '

FAYNE MOORE RETURNS. heavy rains of last night have caused l betrayal the green table.New York i # L. 1111. JOHNSON & BRO.

a rise of 19 fut in the Alabama river Tribune. I ,

at illstoad, north of this city. At Dealers in
H*> Been in Exile In London For Several
Wetumpka and In Montgomery the river The Itaditrr a. a Pimuan.
t Years. has risen 8 feet, and is rapidly rising A badger which had made its hume ROLLS; FROM 1 Only the best Hew and Second Hand Machinery

New York March !.Payne Moore, today. Flood warnings have been among the granite cliffs! dealt with the OUR OVEX" material goes LAUI: ('ITT. ri.oumi.
in exile In London since! she wa3 freed into Uiw oven and
fiN god with and still,
from the Tombs four years ago aftera Issued. The wind last night reacheda sagacity says only the One I 125 hor*** lower return lubdar boiler with Olllug- t IK7&01u .
velocity! of S6 miles an hour. Nature. A friend while painting a sea Three l ll,i It It ea,'h. S1M tat
mistrial on the charge of badgering piece, discovered a badger's lair and BEST BREAD One 70 It ,I It ._
the late Martin Mahon. proprietor of! thought the animal .. ., .. .. .. \ ,au
the New Amsterdam hotel, la back t in Heavy Rainfall. to play a practicalJoke. I: rolls: out It is" delightfully: crisp and .. 00"50" .. ., .. .. ill'.
Ala.. :28! Gathering together a bundle otL't'u's wholesome.I A few slices buttered err .
New York Birmingham. Feb. --Thiee in a u .. .. .. .. ..
r again I
In seclusion
living Ft
and one-quarter Inches of rain fell here and eeds.. be placed it inside the meal in itself and almost nutritious: ., ? OH
according to her friends. mouth of the hole and i igniting: it witha i it* mrat. It 4U" lire i"'X I o 1. ;.1", 1tt f
last night and the sewers were unable ,
Her husband W. A Moore, is serving match: waited for the ignominious I Onl..rfor: Brt-a' ), etc.Vtn I.e more ,. 10" .. *
to off the water. Many of thee "
carry 31lo J ANNA' tin- lags L"Ilrr( ,
a sentence "W
Sing Sing for th flight of the astonished householder.But I satisfactorily filled uyBENDS' lr
streets flooded It ,
but seriousdamage .
crime of which were no I"r lr-rnt NIt..I 11INaxt
they were Jointly Master Badger was a resourceful
charged. The charge against! IK* Is reported animal and not disposed to be made 8 : +.
still BAM RY One SO horse purr (...".- & Hot.I..y. : .tat,
stands but Mahon
as the principal butt of practical juLtrs. lIe came
up -4
FREDERICK THE GREAT STATUE. 7o; It. X, Y. ;"f\'IY IIpritrhr a, Mi
witness, Is dead, and the otherwitnesses from the depths of his hole as !Soon as Than I It 71 i ; .1 1 "i I ; 1 1 I M Hi tow U. 1K( t3sll "utomati.i '.. ...I. "'y ,tti

are scattered, there Is no I Will Not Be Presented to the United the penetrating smoke told him that II a:; ...k it.-!' ...."t'.r ('buk :_ .III,

chance of the case ever being revived States Before 1904. there was a fire on the premises and '. L'O .. Erie City. i" ,le' .
While in London Mrs. Moore was I It deliberately scratched earth on the I --- THE --.;::- .
llt'rlin.larl'h 2.-Emperor William I ON1; JIEUR1'-Gil; itOT'N1) %.
one of the beauties of the Gaiety the burning grass, with his strong claws
< has instructed :Minister Yon Stern
ater. burg until all danger was past No human M'GQHMICX HARVESTING MACHINE; : .
to inform President Roosevelt that the -- ,
y- Fay no :Moore formerly lived In Afclanta. being: could have grasped the situation
statue of Frederick the Great will nott . COMPANY ..
Ga.. where she Is still ,,'e1l1.no'A'n I more quickly or displayed greater skill
> presented to the United States
e anti
by many people. in dealing with an unfamiliar event. MclVliUan Bros
the spring of 1904.
F. D. POOSER, Agent,
emperor's reasons as communi.
SEARCHED REDS' ROOM. The Hud of a Trre.
a cated by the foreign office to Ambassador OCAL.FLOIUlJA..
the curious
Among things; discoveredby
Tower 'that in view of
Anarchistic Literature Found In Francis the students of plant life is the fact

Birtzel's Apartments. 'unfinished condition of the war college that a bud taken from one tree and Southern Copper Works. .

s. New York March 2.-A search of! .i l at Washington and the consequent ;grafted on.another carries the age of

the rooms of Francois Blrtzel. an alleged difficulty in carrying out proper the original tree with it It has always ,

anarchist, by a detective last !ly the ceremonies of unveiling the been believed that the bud sotransft.'rred I Manufacturers ot Stills!
:statue under the contract and Turpentine
as the
night brought to light a. lot of anarehisHc began a wholly new life,
literature. There was a copy emperor wishes to avoid an interval! but this new thl'Ojt may. after all, ; 1k

of the life! of llrescl, the assassin of between the arrival of the statue i in be more theory than fact as yet-shows .. and General Metal Workers.

King Humbert, printed in Italian; cop America and the public dedication, his( the matter in au entirely different light

!Ii of LaFollette, edited by Paolo Valro. majesty has decided' not to send it ta Fur e awple. If a bud be: taken from ,'.
l a letter written in Italian ad-, Washington until( the spring of lOOt a live that i is twenty-five years old witha J.i J. Old Still taken in exchange for new onIV -.

dressed to Signor Igllll Ignazlo. Baxter PLAGUE natural life of fifty years and graftal through tie! country a specialty. Or+lt'r-* l 1\. tni.i I j r
street New York: a copy of an Ital TRAGEDY. on another tree it will not live as long ,
As before stated 1 have baud wire will receive
i ou prompt attention at t.tht'r: *'
tan socialistic! paper published in Pat as its ( ::rrent tree is entitled to live the
man. N. J. Father Shoots Son, Then Suicides and full but carload of one and two-horse mowers, following worksFAYETTEVILLE .
: a slip of paper on which fifty years only for the periodof r. ks., sickle grinders and repair- -
WM written the address of Emma Mother Becomes Insane life then left to the tree, twenty-five | parts, and shall have in the next ten K

CoMman and a publication called "II Chicago, March !.-The plague is years. I days a car load of reapers, hinders N. C. i
S<<-Iallillmo." responsible for a tragedy in this city shredders sod< every part pertaining SAVANNAH GA.

Inspector Brooks said tonight he says a dispatch to The Tribune from C trava;aat. I to make harvesting a success.Remember .

r, bad secured information that Birtzel Mazatlan, Mexico. Ricardo Torreroy There was a young man in Michi I that the :McfVriuick JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA :

ted been selected as a delegate to Topeto. an employe of the customhouse gan." said a United i States. ; bin-ter is the only right* bum,! matlimeon !

Wpment several anarchistic! organiza shot his son, who was afflicted "who was deeply enamored of a tenator// the market, Hud should you buy .. i

flogs In this country at an international with the plague, when the health officers ful young laily in my town. auy other, you are Lure to he disap r
came to convey him to the hospital In Detroit: and one day decided that the pointed.We

the congress other) side to of bo the held Atlantic.somewhere on and then put a bullet througfi only tb.ii.. I Ur b-:::: to do was to pro- meet defy us in and the challenge harvest n't-Id.the world There to l fERN HilL! 1 flY !1 ar

his own brain. post''l'! !-i ::0 the telegraph office 14 the place to show what your machines -

Ship Fast Aground. As a result of the tragedy Mrs. Torreroy and sent flit nwage: are. Call and see me and I

Chicago, March !.-The Isla de Lujea who was removed to the observation 'Will jou mater uiTwenty word will give you points that will interest ,

one of the Spanish ships captured station, has become insane. answer paid fur.' you aDd save: you ruouey. Every K. ROSENTHAL !& SONS, Distillers, Cincinnati, 0. t td

In the battle of Manila bay, has be-u ."Au hour later be received" tills reply: machine told will be put up and

grounded in an attempt to enter Astronomical Expedition Sails "You are extravagant Why pay tested before it i ie turned over to you. ..

port, says a dispatch to The Tribune Son Francisco, March 2.-The D. for nineteen words too many? N,).' F. D. POOSER Agent.

from Mobile. Ala. O. Mills! astronomical expedition from 3-18-dlt-wlm This is the Wiskey you hear people talking abcut

The Luzon draws 12 feet of water the Lick observatory will sail today Ceneral Gordon Able to Travel when 'uf hat Good 11'hi' It ha-
u'UI I its destination in the neighborhood Jackson. Miss. March 2-Generai -- -- say
an J went so far from the char
F pI as to enter 8 feet of water. All l of Santiago, Chile. The e 'pedi i John B. Gordon, commanderinchielof held its place at the head of the column

k available tugs are hitched to the vessel I tlon will bein charge of William H. the United Confederate Veterans, T. MURPHY of High Grade Goods for many yean i

attempting to tow it to deep Wright, of the Lick observatory, and who was stricken by a sudden attackof what? J
W. K. Palmer, of the indigestion en out to on
water. The damage to the ship cannot University of this city on JI
be estimated. California. The government of Chit Thursday night, left for Texas this I

; 18 of the twin screw The type,Isla schooner de Luzon rig l his taken official notice of the coming afternoon It was announced here today ft'odjinejand: Iroi) Worlds.I IT'S MERIT i

a8ll1 carries eight officers and 134 men. expedition, and hast offered to further : that after General Gordon had 1

its purposes in every way Dogs i filled' thisseason's lecture engagements

Dynamite Put Under His Room. ble. form. he would .retire from the plat Ilrt.* :,utl llrou/.e t'a.l- STRAUSS & CO. i

Leeeburg. Ala.. March[ 2.-At Fo rt'I'I rerryaoats In Collision ins: Machine :tad 1'allrniMi ,

Pane near this place, an attempt New York, March 2.There was a AnatheMProtest Against Smoot ;
was made to assassinate F. M. Evansa I! collision in the North river today between Topeka. Kan.. March 2.-Mr. Wulfeku&ler >!>*: Jlariu'aucllail-J Distributors j

prominent citizen of the of Lea\'enwortb. has introduced .
vicinity the ferryboat New Jersey, of road !;{.pair.>.
}:vans was attacked by unknown parties the Pennsylvania a resolution in the senate protesting 1
company and the against the 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville Ocala F'. !
but '
got away from his assailantsand : : ferryboat Ridgewood: of the die Railroad seating of Reed -

:' went home. Some two hous ."-ompany. Julian! Regert. of Jer. Smoot. of Utah, in the United States ---- .- ..---.--- .I

later after time had been given hire fey uity and Herbert Jones of Paterson senate. /

to retire, dynamite was exploded unite1 ,
were badly hurt. The New eLallaf
the room he was supposed to be struck the Ridgewood on Jersey tinmen's Topeka Blizzard Kans. In Kan;, l5. To Cure Cold in One Curw Cripin
March 2.-A fierce a Day
sleeping In. The I
room was totaldeatroyed Iy cabin side, making a bi< hole in blizzard is sweeping across this portion Two Days. :

Injury being, but In Evans another escape part" w'thcut of the j the with side. passengers The Ridgewood and! a was number crowded of of the has state fallen today.27 degrees The since temperature Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .A on every j

,} t house. \ women on board became hysertcaL I o'clock last evening I Seven Million boxes soW ia post 12 months. This Signature' (9. box. 25c 1 1I 1ww.i


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J Gaitervilie. I I
S.A.L. The Gaitervillites have :N1/11NN.NIN.N.N.N.1N.NNN/N+.6NNNNN
away the wreck of the storm and are AN OLD FAVORITE II I II _

again at their
(planting.Oat OF KNAPPFOUND

crops are looking fine notwithstanding : NNONN.N.1NNININII/INNNNO.110..N...N.1: U. 8. SENATE

the damage of the fetorm.Mis _
THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES : lloat3iFoundin: Ohio River I
Pasteur who has! been spending i Thirteen Present Members
a few weeks with her sister at By Charles Lamb .. Fully Identified. |I Ii

New York Limited) this place left .Vednesday! for her ... :. 1: WITNESS IN CAS THREATENED. i Will Retire.

home at Anthony.Mrs. .+ CHARLES LAMB, essayist and poet was born ia e \
: i London In 1775 and died there In 1531. Lamb's I
John :
Boriuir, of Early Bird, Body Is .that of Hannah Goddard
Into rests upon his essays and the "TalesFrom Shakespeare .
Rugs) Open is spending a few days with her 0 :: y ;;r ," the latter written in collaboration with hla 0 Knapp-Evidence Fast Accumulating Uusuil Din and Disorder Witnessed

her mother :Mrs. Ro:!.-,. L?. sister. The story of the devotion of Lamb to his sisftf + Against Man Charged with During the Closing Hour*-Democrat

Mr. F. : who killed their mother in a fit of Insanity, ia : I Hold
I). !Spukman and son Freddie Wholesale: Wife Murder. Much ObJtctlonafcU LeOI -
Switch. 71ftr.ter i ii; known. Much of the charm or his writings Ua in .
made a business trip to Ocala I last I station In Check.
: expression of his quaint and ecc tltric per- Louisville, March 4.-A telephone

Friday.Mr. .. .' 4. message just received from New Al! Washington [i.rchThot at .hs

-- L. II. Fort of Dunnellon, wa- .. bany. Ind., says; Edward F. King, of was c&llcl: to order at 10) o'clock t*
a viidtor to this place: last Friday.Mr. W HAVE had playmates I have had companions, : Cincinnati, and Charles Goddard 0: day for the last sitting of the Fifty-
Hamilton, 0.. brother-in-law and
J. H. Brass still leads In ouiou U In my days of childhood, in my joyful school-days; brother of Hannah Goddard Knapp seventh congress, but buslni did set

, I IL All, aU are ;one, the old familiar faces. ... : begin until same time later. The d*
3 MEN KILLED. growing, he estimates his! crop this I .(.:.-..."' ... have positively identified the bod i
\ lay was due
: the
to of
asenre a
feeaon at a thousand bushels. I have been laughing I have been carousing, ::::!;=:::; floating in the Ohio river late yesterday I quorm>
afternoon that of Hannah Godai to the tact that Mr. Cockrell ia
! 4. Drinking late, sitting late with my bosom cronies; f.t: : as
t Wo-ider what i3 tbe matter with dard Knapp, wife of Alfred] Knapp sated: that the presence of a q...
All all are the old familiar faces.J .
tI --- J gone { :; : :
I M Ir. J. !J3raxs that he seems so! taken ..,::-:;:.: now under arrest in Hamilton. ram ;'as necessary: to the taking: BJ

up with Mumi I loved a Love once, fairest among women; .I-t.'ft.. ._ .' The :statement was made that the of] business.

Thought if Jacksonville That Closed are her doors on me I must not see her- ...-i. .: :..: ... .. Jewelry found on the person was the President Pro Tem. Fry w..., &*
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Some of the good people of Gaiter : ;:."
same as that \known to have been
; usual
;- ; :: on the minute in to
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ville ....-.... .:, : ". worn by the before she
I Some Passeigers) Have Been are talking for a new fence for $:. young the seat a* the president oClc* bat

the Cedar (iro\> cemetery. We wish : I have a friend, a kinder friend has no man: 3?Y:*:?:V:?:? : became the wife of Knapp and thatthere only, about a dozen senators farad brat

!Killed' Surgeons Hurried to them Like an ingrate, I left my friend abruptly; :':i:;::iVrv! t. is not the slightest doubt of her The countenances: of mat of them
success as it H! much needed. ,
J Left him to muse on the old familiar faces i:$; = -V_S* identity.

Scene of Burning Wreck School l will close! Friday and all are ::;:: ;: ;::: Careful work of the embalmers during iseons': of Monday and Tue bet
Ghost-like I paced round the haunts of my chlMJiood; ::" :.: .; ::/:;. the mosaing: did much to restore
looking forward to the closing exercise :: : : : the indicatiocg of fatigue and busin .
on Special Train. Earth seemed a desert I was bound to traverse '::' ::: ;:; '::" the appearance of the body. The remains i *+
!!. J Seeking to find the old familiar fac $. : will be sent to Hamilton was dLscued as smoothly u If U><9
Mr. N. C. Deaa says since the river ....... afternoon. leaving here at 2 o'clock.snate. had adjourned: at 6 o'clock ys

has been ho high the life of a ferryman : Friend of my bosom thou more than a brother.:1' : :: : Chief of Police Kuemmerling of Ham- !terday lasted of 2 o'clock thia awra-

Why meet nut thou born in my father's dwelling? ":;:'v:;:1 ilton. accompanied the two men tNew 0 rag'f

ijinil to the OoU Banner,) I is very hard. : So might we talk of the old familiar faces. ;i .: : Albany and will be ia charge ofthr The! attendance in the gall.rU. H&> t

:: .;:'. also comparatively small. The era"*4
I. .
Rape filled his body
regular ,
Jacksonville, Fla., 4.-Train !.y
: How some they have died, and some they have left me J increased gradually, however so that

e.31ontheSeaboartIAtr) Line tailreid appointment here Sunday. And some are taken from me; all are departed; < Cincinnati. March .&.-Mrs. EdwardF. by the time a Quorum was **cured OB

U' CLE JOE. : All all! are gone, the old familiar faces. J King sister of Alfred A. Knapp, the floor the audience was re i p.eUble -
uhleb 1 leaven here at 1 :') p. iu. ia dimensions! and
..AAAAAAA .. . . .A.A" ._ has reported that her lie has been apparently *afficintly -
vv.v.vvvvv.vvvvvvvvvvvv wvvvvv.. ,.,...... : wideawake' .
to .
mrv give iia a!$ .
When +
horse his
nail in
10 Into att ofU
foot what does the driver do? Does 1 SOCIAL GAMES MUST interested in the Knapp defense tioa to tha jn>oct>*dlBg*.
at Evergreen, a small station about MUST HOE OR NOT TALK. STOP. Among the retiring members are tU
and: she asked
he whip the Hmping, lathing atiimal i today for protection
Republicans and :nn Democrats
KVU wiles n'+rlh of Tulle, and the aud force him along? :Not unless he l I Gambling In Homes Unlawful as Any, which was accorded hsr. Mrs. King but
Mississippi Farmers Organize Against said of the RopubUcatu two. S.oatar
wrevked.Euiiueer wants to ruin the horse.JAt the first ; Candidates. Says Judge Barrow. : Jones. of Nevada and Senator 1Fe 0Icgton.
6!toss train wad "If I the -
Savannah Ga.. March 4 his meet woman J guess it will 1
of lameness he down -In
t sign jumps examines Jackson 1Is.i.Iarch 4-Up in be all of Marylm. have, to rat
llerce. the flremau and charge up me She hates me because -
the foot aud carefully r.uovt' Lee county the farmers have a most to the grand jury today, JudgePope i years each supported tot a time the
my husband and I were the first
are those the causo! of the hmeness." What ii unique organization the purpose of Barrow dwelt at length upon I national candidates of the oppoalMparty.
tJl'rt'llll| Dlt'.engt'r awo&1g the violation of the laws start the investigation of what AI-
called "weakl stomach"; i is like the which is to make the candidates pay against gam- lie did in Two others Senator D.

I 4 Instantly killed and though iuforoia- lameuess of the have, only to be in hard labor for the support pledges bling. of connection Hannah Goddard.with the disappearance I Doe, of Kentucky, and Pritctuurd. of
: He am
particularly directed
the aliention -
thou from the wreck l is meager.it i is cured by removing the came of the they receive. At a mass meeting of the grand Jury to the fact that terribly' afraid that she will carry out North Carolina, are southern Repub'.c-:
of the farmeis recently held in that ans. and both are succeeded by Demo.
trouble. If stimulate the atom' her threat and kill She
you it me.
is unlawful for
rumored that nuiultr of the the any one to have a
a paswagers county following remarkable resolutions crats. The remaining two Rt.publ'l"!
ach with "whisky medicines" ynu little social game in his home and that I opposedAllie's marriage. I
v.-ere adopted: ans are Senators Mason, of Illlnoii.a&d .
alms lout their lives keep it going but every day the eoudit "Resolved reminded that body that it is its sworn know the woman is very vindictive."
that Simon .
we purchase a supply of Oregon Of the v."n
the iou i is growing worse. A few dos t't of hoes be duty to indict all such offenders uponwhom
A "I** al train unit hurried to to used by the candidates retiring Democrats, Senator Hrr-s:
fcometiues oi Dr. Tierce's GolJeu in this campaign; and be it guilt may be fixed. He quoted Hamilton O., March 4.-Al Knapp. of Kansas: Turner of Washington, ai.
**u e of the wreck from thU city car Medical Discovery will put the disordered "Resohed, That all co4aty candidates the law that prohibits such gaming. when asked today how he escaped i m Helit@ldt. cf Idaho were elected at

;,lag a number of hurgwus and their; tow cb and its allied organ be required to hoe ten roundsof Judge Barrow reiterated his opinion so many cases until he choked his Populists and all are succeeded by

of digestion and nutrition in prefect 4tti+ +i yards each; and be it further that the packing companies, or the wife Hannah said: Republicans. Senator lirLaora of
aMi.uot,. "Resolved "beef trust," may be indicted and 'That's what I'd like to know. Theywouldn't
con itiou. Ninety-eight times iu That all county candi South Carolina was elected 4 a D.m.ocrat. .
told the grand jury that he is supported know now if it wasn't for
At Ia.t account from Kvergremtk every hundred joldeu( Medical Discovery" who canvass in Buggies be given and while still classed as su<'n.has e
a double dose of work in the mancr in this view by the opinion of my people telling that they suspected acted independently during the
will cure the]worst ailments Judge Lumpkin, of Atlanta who has me.''
train was on fire and it is thoughtit above mentioned. greater pan o! his term.
orginatins in dUea- of the stomaeh. charged a Fulton county grand juryto "It was year getting married so
By this method the Lee county farmers soon The other three senator Vest,
I il be a tot.tlll..."<. It always helps. It aliMOt ::\1 Wit)" hope to make up for the valuable the same purport.SQUATTERS after Hannah's death to Anna Gamble, Jones of Arkansas and Rawlins ha\ -

Train No. 31, which u-as wrecked tInr&rt'pu cures. T,> cure cotntip-ttiou! u:e Dr. time they lose each campaign yearn in Indianapolis that gave you away." from first to last been in the Deai"-

l'il'ictj'lIl'le9.sant Pellets. The're sure. talking to candidates IN DANGER. "I married Hannah 20 days after cratlc rants
i thU afternoon, i is the New and if the and Jones and Vest have
plan is generally adopted over the killed Jennie. Did that catch me! risen to places of conspicuous lstader.

Ywk I limited, running solid vtstiWW I. i Martin Mention. state, it will doubtless detract in a Augusta City Council Will) Assert No, it was not by getting married ship ia their party

i large measure from the City's Rights to Property. That wouldn't have mad anw differ In Senator Jones
strenuousness of Nevada
New Farmers have finished rebuilding the
front $
: of the contests. Augusta, Ga., March 4.-At the ence. My sister told. senate loses one of the two men who E Ehave

lark city and carrying a dining cur, I their their fences which were blown meeting of the city council a f'esolu.tiou. "Mary was my favorite sister, too: served in that body for 30 con

down and was passed calling: on the residents They ought to have shielded me instead i
<< by the recent storm, alreadys IN THE SENATE. eecutive sears, the other being S*-na
Wr* fci.d oWrvatinu cars. II of the south side of Railroad of coming here the
to lIamiltonpolice.
cantaloupe and melon seeds are !in the tor Allison. In !Sr. Jones. the sea-

..: j thus from Jacksonville to New York Present Session Expires by Limit avenue to vacate their premises in 20days. Were your brother in troubl lewouldn't ate loses one of its moat ponnlar! a*
ground waiting [for sunshine audshowers. -
you shield him instead or
>- ticn. well as one of its most unique mem
fa rutyix hours anti tifty.th'elItn. Washington. March 4.-At 11 clock It seems that these residents are giving him away? It ain't the police bers. He bas not made a speech since

today the senate entered the 'either squatters themselves or have that got me: it's my sister Mary and the days of the silver debate
The l*rge planters of this section do upon in 1(91 (
last legislative day of the fifty-seventh. 'come into possession by rent or purchase her husband Ed King. Why the detectives am he ha* (not during his entire 30
not fear: auy, over-production so far as I ( from squatters.A in Cincinnat '
suspected afte
Cotton Plant News.T congress. There will be no adjournment rear of service introduced to exceed
this market is concerned. The soil l till 12 o'clock tomorrow when investigation of old records show Jennie was found, and I fixed one half a dozen bills. yet his iaflu
tM ....lOr of the ocaU Banner. 'that 50 years 70 feet of them so he quit
the ago was set apart following me, andI
'i. and the methodemployed: have congress expires by Hmita.tIon.A save m shaping legislation has hero
': A* other KH-I|"US of our county arerrfrtwiiUd resolution was adopted continuinguntil for a street and that only about 44 rased a riot with Chief Dietsch, too, exceeded by that of few senators and

In the columns of your I !proved tint Martin is one of the best the next regular session tie\ feet was used. This left a strip of about it. Witte, with another detective his great ability has been recognized

watermelon and cantaloupe, sections standing and select committees. ,i land between the roadway and the was following me two weeks since the beginning of his national ca
|*|*r aud l I..t your readers thbkWttoD Georgia railroad. when one day on Central
in the world. Tbe largest part of alto i The conference report on the sum avenue near reer. With a few exceptions driving

( Plant U defuuct, we write dry civil bill was agreed to and Sir :'j In the beginning perhaps a shanty Laurel! street, they were right behind his term the personnel of the MBatt

Inform them that thH Action is ou crops grown here are sent to.toll! Hale called up the committee report 1 :1: was put up by hands working on the me. I had! a heavy cane and I 1 has changed many times over. WhenMr.

known houses and sold with a view to on the bill to protect the president. iSir. I.i railroad, then other followed and in let them get right up on me. ThenI Jones entered the body Simon

deck jfL increasing the demand for the Martinproduct. Bacon (Ga.) declared that da I the course of years negro houses were: turned quick and hit Witte right over Cameron and Hannibal Hamlia were

FanUfl'1lr" tiuy preparing laud alleged conference report Is a bill I ;, built all along for nearly a mile on this the ear. He went down and"he still prominent character there. Eos-
In the past few years tbe staid
for tn>\+, though hiudt-red .somewhat which, with the exception of one fcia-1; strip and squatters have come to re- there. The other detective; coe Conklin was at his best and bates

firms operating here could not till all 1 gle sentence, had never been read in !!i gar* the property aa theirs. came after me but I ran home. ThenI G. Blaine had net yet entered the ten-

from rainy weather. Ti order.&ome of which came from Canle the senate. The bill, he said Is far-1 i 1 I City Attorney Barrett has advised put a revolver in my pocket and went ate. John A. Logan Carl Schun. .\:'

vnihtr for February has: been a reaching ia character and absolutely !\j! Mayor Phinizy that the city's rights right up to see Chief Deitsch and told lea G. Thurman, Oliver P. Morton

LttU out of the regular order and ada. The custom of former years will l subversive of the "fundamental principles I 1! are unimpaired and councils order him that I would kill Witte if he did Thomas E. Bayard and John G. IngmiU

Mirth be strictly adhered to this year, that i is on which the government i iI ia will create consternation among scores not quit following me, and that I knew were leading figures. Senator tones
proml- It. far to be: the same.Mr. of people who have long been in all the detectives and I would kill
only the best fruit will be shipped and I fouded. anyone has from the beginning been recogaiz-

Clurlw Veal and wife were: that in fancy packages. Replying Mr. hear insisted that the peaceful possession. of them he sent after m*. They ed as an authority on finance and hit

| eU of Mr. W. E. Veal, of Early report was the senate bill in its entirety did not follow me any more. I would vast store of Information ha ever bead ..,

BifJ.I-.t l Sunday. The largest planters here who will with the exception of the nut OPTION IS EXTENDED. have killed"Witte that day if I had h at the command of his colleagues. Jr'f

ship truck this season are )Ie"tor... J. ter pertaining to anarchists. a revolver. Senator Vest belongs to the arif f
tit L C. !tell has his Embarrassing Situation
evertd co- In Canal Matter generation of senators. He
M. MeiTert, Kasterlinj: Brother, W.M. Opened Court With Prayer. ,
tMlouuithFordA tiller aslDt ijU per- RICH MAN FIDDLES Been Relieved. Bailey, Ga.. March 4.-Ayplias the body in 1S77, and hat served toe :
Shockley, Towusend Brothers A Washington, March 4.Attofn@JGeenral su- 34 years, winning
'ndut of their phD+l,hate lliiD penor court convened yesterday morn a reputation for
and Nt Co,, H. N. Knobloek, E. C. )lcL.o" Left Family in Distress to Earn His Knox on leaving the cabinet ing. Judge T. A. Parker is presidingat brilliancy of speech. classic learning .
bow making things hum Funeral Expenses. meeting today announced that he had and sharp repartee seldom excelled in
his first
and Col. J. M. Martin. regular session, and upon
!fort In the saw mill industry. Ing an unmortgaged farm and $5,009.Derby. received from the Panama Canal company ; the assembling of the court the senate. He has been in poor jf
The recent storm at this place blew Conn. an acceptance of the proposal annouuc- health for
}Jr. Franz IarchThough bav several years past, but not
Wtt>ton hat: suecewledMr. i ed that It would be opened with prayer 1
, down a number of cabins and aboutl'er in two banks, Sherman Dudley 81 which he r*:ently made to it with respect and called the withstanding has been almost blind ,
M at the mioes, and i is a hti't years oW of North to the extension of the option on : large number < and has needed
Madison constant assistant
left Ills
ailii cent of the trees: boxed on Clark persons present to unite withJfr. Rev, j
(RHII way bad; and ia w ell ilk wife and daughter at home with na the canal company's property held bj Jordan pastor of the }1ethodistchurch. : in going into and out of the senate 1

Ey aI! the etupluyrrs.. and Pay's turpentine farm. A young f means of subsistanoe and went to nearby I this government. He said the communication in prayer Pastor Jordon[ chamber, he has co'tinued to main ,jq;_

towns to fiddle from the canal company rata his interests in the '.
5 )his colored woman, from Anthony whowu at cheap dances to delivered an impressive and earnest proceeding j-
Willie UNity, the actowpdj was of such a nature that the option sad his
t-ough people.
A here the get moey as he expressed ito G inovatioa hi behalf of
at time of the storm wa the court and all
W ***.. ..<-hrrof Morrbton, U the have a proper burial. I' would be kept alive until the reaffirmation present Senator Jones of Arkansas: -am. Ii

well nigh killed by the falling of a OftViala of the of the pending treaty-it matter to the front during the CODiidf'-
I.M of Mr*. I.. t'. Hell this week. Connecticut Humane at.fJI! j
) tree. The house of Peter Gibson society found Mrs. Dudley and herdaughtt'r ed not whether the treaty was ratifif'dbi'forl' 'Of the Wilson-Gorman tariff bill ou ]
It.{ Land Trade Causes
Huvrll Killing.
oi the dens of
Howell ill and without fuel and food. or after the conclusion of the account of his knowledge of busir.fi
: blind wa partly wrecked. Oakman, Ala., March 4-Vin
Hell, bir) M bu-iut'M trip, toUainI' They found Dudley and compelled him' present session of congress. Gunity a well-to-do Dutch farmer smondetails of and his tact in dealing w.tb: j!;

f title hie M rrl. Cures Sciatic Rheumatism. to go home, exacting a promise under near Utganous. Walker county, was men and he has easily! held his place
threat of prosecution Transport Sheridan Arrive ta a party leaders since that .
to time. H
provide for
I' MrV.. r' \'"al. while hot holding Mrs. A. E. WmiJsou. 509 CraiaSt, his family. Dudley once was a vio- :I San Francisco, March The United shot twice with in ambush a shotgun Saturday in the handsof has been chairman of the, Democratic i

to I'od.< sam' idea of expansion Knoxille, Tenu., writes, June loth, linist of some repute even going States transport Sheridan arrived some one ; even conference since Senator TurpU
Ing and instantly killed. Isham Thack-
t... Mil to the idea of expanding 1MW! : "I have been trying the bath abroad to pla.y.Alaskan this morning from the Philippine er is suspected of the crime. Thacker and because of the tact that he baa :

.fie of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatisin. left Manila Feb. 6, and Nagasaki Peb had of been chairman of the national D mocratic !
bought Gunity and
utfrrt-autiiv btMluesi he ishgiiMiuu property
an 13. She brought 97 cabin
but I get more relief Ballard'.Snow Treaty Under Way. passengers it is said was about to back out of committee he has been regarded
akllJlC '& to run a store at and 1.222 steerage, including 404 marines much of the time
u the official
Liniment than any medicine or Washington, March Secretary the trade which caused hard feelings ,
lwt, lid making three for haw.aa anything I have ever tried. Eudosei Hay and Sir Michael Herbert today 213 discharged men and 42 sick, between the men. Thacker is now in head of the party in the HUt ant' t
7 456
and casuals.
Only one
thecow.try at large.
Veal and w Ifo were the guests find postofllce order for !LUU.o.ntl exchanged ratifications of the Alaskan death occurred during the Jail at Jasper.
voyage. Tha The retirement gf"Mt
aid tk. twiJonesee ;
boundary treaty. The preparationthe of
lair 'DI h.. X. A. MelUvid l last me a large bottle by Southern Express. of Sherman is at Hong Kong and the wlU make three vacanH
cases the two sides will proceed England To Be Represented. of
Sold by Anti-Mouopoly DrugStore Solace at Honolulu.
t'\QDdaJ. with all speed as under the treaty London, March ".-The government the finance committee, and al:o .UM

o Mr. Thw. tim
within 60 days. the United States government to participate
w Unlc, U UU1 up this week with a Mr. lloess, of Oil City, Pa., who Flood Conditions Improving. in the St. Louis exposition"

DlbbeJ thutiiU recently purchased the Santos property Pittsburg March 4.- All embargoeson said Premier Balfour, ia the house ol New Locomotives for 1.. & N.Starch .
Mississippi Cotton Planter Dead. freight recently placed by the wlrl viI:.. 5.-The ouisvilfs
OlJ) Hit lUruett and LU estimable from the Central Lumber Company Xew York March 4.-Robert J. Pennsylanla Railroad company and commons today replying to a questionof : andaahvL'le rxilwAd bw tc4
Henry Norman Liberal. "The ex- &
'It. vUlteJ their J In. is Turnbull a cotton planter whose b the Pennsylvania lines west of Pitts-
daughter, quite ill at the Marion County ills tent to which the country will participate with eastern Iocoj otlT. buildera fat
( mess interests were In Mississippi, burg during the period of congestion, '
lurk of Early lllrd, last Sudday. Hospital in this city. We wish for lsa have l ," continued the premier, 'and the TS eoglnes (n Julr August and &p
dead at his home la this city, after been lifted. Notices to this tamb. TL will
enclsiM t abQW
exact modus operand are under con- c*>* t
\ M. him> a speedy recovery ) !short illness lIe was TO years oil effect were today sent to all shippers $1,1S5JiOO, t
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States Defense As to His Ap JONESBORO, GA 1i i 1I I: Flood Danger Has Passed In I President Issued: Expected Arc in n:.ir.v rs&t.; :t., .
I I. C E: R S sores, and!u.- :: :.in r ,fViValiuhletime \ '
pointments in South. Ohio Valley. Procl:,m tion. tai 4 t i-> lu...t I in: !tr'.1:I" :' '

Husband Shoots Wife, Kills I ----- the sore with wabhes and salves becausethe germs "f vaiKtr that: ". r! :

PAINED AT SOUTHERN OUTCRY I THOUSANDS ARE OUT OF WORK DATE IS SET Fca MARCH 5, 1C:3.t plying in the blood and i the new Cancer cells which are cn* "*a-l\ 'ievt. '
I Her Father and Self. I .
ing keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp tin'; j j"

h Writes a Frank Letter to Clark Howell Mississippi Reported: Rising at Mem- j I 'reaties with Cuba and Foreign Pew :j f announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage '-C 1 a l.iJ- .
of Atlanta-Declares He will Not I i i phis-Farming Lands Inundated for era Will Form Bulk cf Business For !i sickening cancerous sore begins In Febra.rv ilitli I ......... .... .

Swerve from Course Marked OutHe Crazed From Strong. Drink Ellis! Farmer I 1| Miles-Tennessee Rivers Are Also Session, which ((3 Net Expected tai 'I destructive No ulcer work.or sore can exist with- tubed lump onm a but, lewM'anther 11>>. .the....CHl.Ai: '. _.*..

it is Not Angry. Deputy Sheriff of Clayton County j| at High Water Mark. i Last Many Days.Vasjington out some predisposing internal cause out into an open lor.. I b.*.. t., .*.
i I that has poisoned the blood, and the s. s. s. and fwr I had uka ....r. t.
w Washington. March .-The full text: Does Murderous Work-Also I j Fittsburg, March 3.-The rivers are \ : March 2.-The i 1r-> :i ulcer orthefester- tIu the place ...&led ..U.I, a'. 1 LO
open discharging '!Illl' of th. <,...... It.... t be"n -as
of President Roosevelt's leter tc Tried To Kill Son. i almcst within their banks, and as the tent! today issued the foUowin i/rocU ing sore on the lip, cheek or other tac.. w. P. Ilrotruw a, li ?:noseg t

Clark How ell. editor of the Atlanta water is falling rapidly, and at the Elation: .part of the body will continue to
Constitution, regarding southern appointmenU Jonesboro. March 2.-While in a I j headwaters the wrest of the flood may "By the President of the United spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood i- -d .! t

abstract of which wai state of intoxication and crazed by I be coi'.si>;*red as over. At 10 o'clock States of America: A Proclamation- [Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the cir .:'.rt:
an .
drink William Farmer, deputy sheriff I this morning the marks showed 2sfe Whereas: public interests require that S. S. S. cleanses the blood cf all decaying cfft n.a'.t.Untidotal : I.b :-
published this morning was. made public and a well-to-do farmer of Clayton .:t and receding: at the rate of hall the senate should'; convene in extraur- and purifying properties that soon destroy the!: 4-: .'1.11'! I

j f yesterday. In beginning his letter county last:: night shot and instantly a foot an hour. I dinary session; the.fore..' I, Thoo.iore: and restore the Llood to its natural condition. AntL! ;e- 'C I L. .

which is dated Feb 24, President killed his father-in-law, James Chris- Only half a dozen times in a cen Roosevelt, president of the L'n.tJ carried to the ulcer or ore-t'-.c': :. 'if 1 r ,

;-. Roosevelt says: tian, mortally wounded his wife, whe tury has the flood of yesterday been States o f America, do hereby pro< hIm begins, the discharge ceases ar ')1.1. .. ',' ;

: ". Iy Dear Mr. Howell: In view cl is thought to be dying, and then placed beaten, and from the fact of the sudden and declare that an extraordinary oi" I user and new skin forms. S. S. Stable > i rId,\' "

the high opinion of the gentlemen you a pistol to his heart and fired, dying rise, the damage has not been casion requires the senate of the United blood purifier containing : Jlefl.n r

mention aad if the opportunity occurs, instantly.It : fti great as the floods when the wale States to convene at the oajiitoi; : ;. I i minerals of any descriptionIf

I hall be glad to do anything I can is claimed that Farm was under did not reach as high a stage. Indirectly in the city of Washington, on the fifth you have an ulcer! or chronic sore of any kind. write.. about .' :.. '

for him. the influence of liquor when he the loss is heavy, as all the day of :March, next, at 12 o'clo.-k nix/n, I cal advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cinn.r and other d!.-. 4..ca '

"\ow, as to what you cay concerning reached his home last Bight! His wife mills and factories fronting the two of which all persons who shall at that the blood will be seat free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, (a.

federal appointments in the south. had threatened some time previouslyto ; rivers have been compelled to close time be entitled to act as: membrt.s or l'

Frankly, it seems to me that my ap leave Farmer on. account of his on account of the water getting into that body are hereby required to take

pointments speak for themselves, and spells of dissipation. Upon his arrival the fly pits and probably 40oOO men I I notice

that my policy is self-explanatory. So last night it is said that Farmer b* 'will be thrown out of employment! for :,I "Given under my hand aril the seal [};5C 5iScS5i51SeSSsSSi3i5? <5'iS5i5iS5iSSSiSs 5i SSSSSir

far from feeling that they need the gan abusing and mistreating: his Trtfe. several ays. This will mean a heavy of the United States of America, at FLORID RUBBER STAMP WQ3KS( Jf

1'' slightest apology or justification, my Mrs. Farmer attempted to defend her. loss. in 'wages. In Southern Pennsylvania Washington, the second day of .March.to .

position Is that on the strength oft belt against his attacks when Farm the streams are all overflowingand the year of our Lord, one thousand. :\ranllilt.tur! "r'" .> Seal.... ltuhbcr 1Jo1II1'.. VI HHU.u IMIUIM.

r what I have done I have the right to er drew his gun and fired, tie bullet causing; more or less damage to nine hundred and three, and of the Independence Cj graph Mumpo ami Siippli. >'', Any ..Il''" .!.. I i.. ..i.j.r ti

claim! the support of all good citizens piercing her lungs. houses and farms that lay in their of the United States, the Q| hours, I"ptrlrI l attention to until!! onlt''-. S

I j'lo wish not only a high standard of James Christian! her father tearing course. ', one hundred and twenty-seventh. Q{ When in the city gave U..* it i-all. :Q

federal service, but fair and equitable her screams and the shot hurried tc With the falling of the water a mass Theodore Roosevelt. By the president
:J'Jl Mnill,lrc' 'I. .JHi'It; O'I''If'. 1 ;
Mrs. he
assistance As
dealing to the south as well as to the Farmer's :: of mud and sediment is left depositedon John Hay, secretry of state."

[ north, and a policy of consistent Justice reached the room Farmer turned and the lowland tborouoghfaies of the ?525252525 252525252525Z252
j f and good will! toward all men." shot him dead in his tracks the bullet two cities. The little pools of water BANDITS WRECK TRAIN.

t Further along, the president says: entering his heart and passing entirely are frozen over and the sidewalks are

"I have scant sympathy with the through his body. charged with sheets of ice. The!! B. & O. Fast Express Runts Into an

1 I mere doctrinaire, with the man of Farmer's son who had< come into the water in many of the cellars froze dur Open Switch.

.. r mere theory who refuses to face facts: room, was covered with his father's! ing the night, and the health authori 1 Washington Ind., March 3.-Train

; but do you think that in the long run pistol, who told him that he would )kill ties are apprehensive of much sick- wreckers late last night in an attemptto

it Is safe for everybody, if we act on him instantly if he made an outcry. ness following the wake of the flood. ditch No. 12: one of the fast express -

1 the motto 'All men up' rather than Farmer then placed the pistol As quickly as the waters have receded trains on the Baltimore and OhioSouthwestern

that of 'Some men down' against his breast and fired, killing gangs of men will be put to work and wrecked a fast freight
"In your own state of Georgia you himself instantly the flooded district thoroughly cleaned resulting in the death of Fireman Jo- '

i are competent to judge from your own Mrs Farmer is thought to be dying np of refuse, etc. seph Hughej. this city, and Harvey Dyspeptics .

experience. In the great bulk of the this morning, and physicians state ,' Friend, of Odin. Ill., who was l in mile rory dif by Uwir .** ear.ker

I + case I have reappointed President there is no chance whatever for her Memphis! Tenn., March 3.-After remaining learning the road the fatal injury of sass Con that UM of 0000 p*** beta U t y1beeoae
McKinley's appointees. The changesI recovery.Farmer" stationary for 24 hours, the Brakeman W. L. Lucas, of this city I .broua N :\
have made, such as that in the post. j had been a citizen of the Mississippi! river at this : i
ilL last :-
point beganto near Lebanon. night. Engineer
; mastership at Athena and in the sur- I county for a number of years and had rise slowly again today, and is now W. A. Wendling escaped by 1'' 1) AVON'S LIVER PILLS .t

reyorshlp at Atlanta, were, as I think always been considered as an energetic -1 1.2 feet above the danger line. A greatarea Jumping. '

i you will agree, changed: for the better I and honest man. i iI of farming land west of the river The train"as passing! Bennett'smine I J ATONIC -PELLETS

and not for tthe worse. It happens is inundated, and in many instances a lonely hollow, 24 miles cast she anfy n
f! that In one of these offices; I have I MISSING FOR SIX DAYS. farmers have abandoned their homes of St. Louis when the engine dashed nj. Ptxrfd pwpaftre* jnp put Md era eoa!m.l : i

appointed! a white man to succeed a The overflow prevails in the lowland into an open switch and turned over drog-& keN. FUstt'i R*.ed>a. set f.nly) sod teen U* :
colored 'man. In South Carolina I Body of Stephen Fitzgerald Found In
t 1 ad far south as Helena. There has I I Engineer Wendllng Jumped from the J1WfAIID iad.pe... ss eI ing* Par ..> b) a..t: dee
Canal New
tare similarly appointed a white! postmaster New Orleans at March Orleans. been no break in the levee system, and upper side of the cab while the other I i Year 4inn- wtttBrown fwo.i s IrM e. w .. era
t to succeed a coloreii postmaster. 2-Missing the engineers are keeping a sharp look men were buried beneath th,' debrIs. l!
Again, in South Carolina I have for six days the body of Stephen }o itz. ,
out along the line. Eleven Co.
t j freight cars piled up one the en- 1 AUg.
gerald, of
nominated a colored man to fill a va- agent American Cotton
I sine and fire broke out in the debris. r
t who is now serving as collector of the company in this! city, was today taken Wllkesbarre. Pa., March 3.-The 1! The raoilroad official believe! the New York /
i port of Charleston Just in Georgia! from the old basin canal Mr.( Fltz I '
? dange! frrom flood ended today when wreck wa caused, by persons leaving and Qreencviile.POST / ;
I have the colored Gerald was last seen on Saturday '
I reappointed man the river, after : /
reaching 21.6 feet began the switch open, with the intention of Tenn
who is now serrling! as collector of the night when he boarded a car to go J
f falling.!! This .
was due to the cold i ditching and robbing the fast expresstrain
1 of Savannah. Both fit home. His family suspected foul "
port are men.
weather has ended the thaw which carries considerable
'Why the play and his brother John Fitzger I
appointment of should
one The losses so far have been confined money. The freight train arrived a
aid came from St. Louis to assist in
cause any more excitement than the
to a few washouts and the flooding oi few minutes ahead of the express and -
i G appointment of the other I am wholly the search. There" were no marks I
t some mines. If the cold weather continues I was wrecked and the passenger trainescap
a at a loss to imagine."If of violence on the body and no money .1.1I
no further damage is antic >d.
you know of any federal officeholder I had been taken from his po 'k<"t!. It
f in Georgia of whom this is not I is probable that he fell into the canal pated. I FLOODS IN OHIO. 1 OFFIC K: 1>IH. MOKI', lit U. I'1,1.

i true, pray: let me know at once I will I by accident and was unable to get t Ctattanooea. March I
i welcome testimony from you or any out Mr. Fitzgerald was from Mem I 3.-The Tennessee Two Men and Horse Drowned While \
river reached the
crest of the
i t ether reputable citizen phis. where his aged mother andsister Drivng on Road. ..
which will .
r tend I tide this morning at 31 feet and is falling EJ [ r-: : ;"' !o"or..."!"' :!' ;'."1 ";"
f to Show that a given public officer isunworthy live. all points above. Toledo, 0., March 3.-Although the ri
at At this
I pointit danger of serious
a flood in Toledo is
and .
most I
I abort will; be the shrift emphatically of I 0, E. YATES ASPHYXIATED. is within 2 feet of the danger line. I passed today when the ice moved out
any one .
whose lack of worth is Lowlands are submerged, but no great of the Maumee river, it !is not true of O

I r Referring to the fact proven.that a large Savannah, Ga., Man Dies In Hotel at damage is reported. I other towns in this section of Ohio. I 5TRAJSS{ & C d

t. 'f' percentage of the incumbents of feder Philadelphia, Pa. Loulsvil1eruch 3. Specials to Tb Bee from northwest .
-Hirer ,
l al offices in Georgia are Democrats the Philadelphia, March 2.-D. E. Tales, rising; Ohio towns show that the situation is
J president says: I 42 years old. of Savannah. Ga., was canal 156 feet; falls 19.4; locks. 41.5 serious at FfItdJa.) Tiffin. Marysville !
feet. I
"But they are supported by me In I asphyxiated in his room at a hotel J Partly cloudy and cool. upper Sandusky and neighboring:

I every way as long as they continueto here towns. I i
t render goat and faithful service to I j The coroner will determine! whether Workinghen to Hold Fair. At Findlay: Sam Moffatt was drowned I WHOLESALE
York March
the public."I I I the case is one of accident or suicide. 2.-It is announcM in the street Nelson Jacobs and

have good reason to believe that ,. Yates was a traveling horse dealer. that what will be the biggest wortingman's Henry Thomas also of Findlay, wealthy

my appointees in the different states i i He registered at the hotel last Wed fair in the history of this farmers attempted to drive i

F mentioned-and as the sum of the nesday. Thursday night he retired) city will be held In Grand Central i I through a low place in the road the: I
I' palace from March 28 to April 5. It LIQUORDEALERS.
k parts la the whole, necessarily in the early and was not seen again until the is horse floundered in 5 feet of water.
south at largtrepresoot not merely odor of escaping gas attracted the expected that 150,000 1 persons will Tire men and houses were drowned.At .

t an improvement upon those whose I porter's attention to his room. He attend. The trades unions, the work.Ingmen's Fremont David Dively vas drivIng I .

., places they took, but upon the whole 1' bad been dead some time when dlscov sick and death benefit societies along the river road and in attempting -
singing societies
: and other labor
a higher standard of federal service ,i i ered. and the gas was turned on full to pass a low spot was swept .51
than has hitherto been attained in the'! force. organizations are working for its sue I away by the current of \vati>r and :

communities in question." :!1' A fitter'" of recommendation from cess.have been All sorts of entertainment I drowned. AH the rivers ar> higher j' OCALJ 11 FLOlMi: I \ .

f; "I am net In the least angry, and !, >J. Emerson, of Savannah, was G'I arranged and hundreds o' than they have been for 20 bears I
t f $U11 less will this; attitude have the", i j among his possessions. i donations, valued at thousands of do! I Steam and electric railroad tracks!
j lars. have
i obtained. Wor :.n will
effect of r.king me swerve one hair'sbreadth :: I have been washed out and bridges: are !ID --- -
to one side or the other, from WRECK ON MISSOURI PACIFIC. | have a large share in making the! fair In iarmf-. Persons !living in the lowlands ts r .

t the course I have marked out." 'I I a success. I i have been forced to abandon t .

----- I Twenty passengers Injured But No Fatalities I their houses.
f I Got Ten Days of Life. I
t DEATH OF MAJOR WILSON. Result. Jackson :Miss. : Skyscraper for Chattanooga. | Our
f I'I Kansas City, Mrs 3.-A :Missouri. March 3.-Joe Campo I j I Chattanooga. Tenn.., March Specialties :
j r bell the negro; who cheated
I o .' VU tan Doorkeeper of Georgia Senate I Pacific passenger train which left (j j lows lor a l period of 10 days by tell gal :j I C. & J. A. Patton harp : 3.-Z.1 zs

Passes Away. Wichita yesterday afternoon property owned the Store Fort ,
tor St. ing a very plausible I by L r;:
r Sping Place, Ga.. March 2.-Major I I'f Louis via Fort Scott Rich Hill and '! ing accomplices in story his crime about hav [j & Co., which includes three blocks 01 ,i 5 eta I t trw t J

t R. E. Wilson, of near this place, died I Pleasant;: Hill, collided head-on with a |j hanged at Yazoo City Saturday., Governor was I land in the heart o. the city and tho-I j 's '
Friday morning after an illness of four freight | most valuable .e-i for :buiKiiiij! Mrauss loyal Reserve
f days with pneumonia.The train on a trestle 4 miles west : Longino granted the condemned lY ) I i j|
of Fort Scott man a ten days' sites vacant The owners were +as-t
major has held during the sight. The I reprieve in order tc I
many positions allow him ern capitalists! headed by Dr. Rust:
r of trust and at the time of his death engines were completely telescoped : to testify before the Yazoo ; of Boston. The purchase wa I 4 FULL QUARTS, S3.50 DELIVERED
j county grand jury price >
against his
'. but noneof the alleged
WM doorkeeper of the state passenger coaches
senate, j j accomplices.! The $100,000 cash. The new owners wirat ilJ
which position he has held Cor'er' were turned over. Twenty or more grand Jury found s
t j that once grade the property and commence
al years. passengers sustained cuts and bruises I j and failed to story was pure fiction the erection of buildings! to. PJ i "!i
J He had reached the three-score and but none was dangeously hurt. Thom. I I j accused parties.indictments againstthe wholesale merchants at a cost of $lnO: Strauss 76" Maryland

tB mark, but was vigorous and active as Garrett, of Eldorado, Kan., the pas-I 000. They also say they will build a _

and fllU be missed in many avenues senger train engineer, jumped and was Chicago Gas Employ Strike. 14-story office building, if the room

of life and especially the politics ol f seriously hurt. Walter Smith, a firemen I Chicago March 3.-As can be rented beforehand. The South I ;
this part of the state.He a result ol
had several ribs broken. The the discharge of 28 employes who became ern railway runs immediately in the Rye !
l leave* a wife and ten"
children te injured were brought to Mercy hospital 'I members of new unions formed rear of the property.
.. >re
t unable to run their train on a siding the statement takers, all and the among union New Bedford Weavers St ike. 1 4 FULL QUARTS-$6.00': DELIYE ED. J

Aldrich Bill; May Go Over.Washington in time to give the passenger a clear- ;( workmen employed by the People: I New Bedford Mas*., March 3.-A t C

March 3.-An effort s ante and failed to send out a flag +j Gas Light and Coke strike of the weavers at the Bristol! !i
company wen e
was made today to secure an agreement I ordered on strike today. The I mill was inaugurated today and although m
Morgan Participates in Festivities. the looms were started with thE --- -
to vote on the Aldrich till
but 1 employs 2,500 =
only a smal!
several Democrats refused to consider New York March 3.-J. Pierpow I per cent of whom are union workers. other machinery, not more than 4V I

the proposition. It was said by thf Morgan was an active participant in | About 250 men are affected weavers were at work., About 250 ol
a minority that there would be sufi the carnival festivities this (Sunday) 1' strike. today'; the weavers are out. The employ g .m

bent debate to prevent a vote this afternoon cables The Tribune's Havana \: complain of poor yarn, poor filling ale handle everything d.i..
pertaining tn : -
From the balcony
session. Monster Skeleton poor fixing high-speeded looms and
of his host's home he threw confetti Found. changes !in style. 5 Saloon and 1 lt.
Jackson Miss. having a wholesale licvtise .1( )
and seprentinas at the 3.-Th :> skeleton i ,-'j ** .
passing .
: People of Salvador Rejoice. of some monster of the Carrie Nation e r. "
past I i
r } Pecema, March 3.-A dispatch froir lIe masqueraders was plainly! with in a real good boyish humor.delight Early i i I supposedly a mastodom-saurus, ages we e San: Francisco. March 3.--Carrie Nation I g Any. Quantity and Ship in One SbipMUt J./, I

San Salvador received here today says;; in the he unearthed yesterday at the mouth of I has been arrested at the Grand In I Price Lists .1
day attended
a Jai alai on ,
t 01 j application. II "
General Reglado yesterday hanwd Spanish basket ball Town creek, a short distance south ol I tel on the charge of malicious imsch< I I
>game. The ar '
r over the presidency to General Fed re J I this city and some of the bones oil' preferred by a Montgomery street saloon Order J
: filltd
' rival of the financier has caused Quite : .,; promptly same day a* rece in Jose Escalin, who was declared elect be sent to the Smithsonian institution keeper in whose place she brokf I:
:1 a commotion in Havana, where he visits
j nil 1 Feb 19 This was the first peaceful The skeleton appears to be that last
ol I a bottle of whisky evening. At Remember
; for the first time. He is the topicof we are the only Wholesale Liquor I
i transfer of the presidency in 5C an amphibious animal :
and a portionof an early hour this morning she was released I
the day, and, many guesses are
S year and has caused great rejoicingthroughout made as to his mission here. I I the taw bone dug up by thE on bail furnished by her man !| Dealers in Marion county.

Salvador. IJ J i workmen Is nearly 4 feet in length. l &sere II I

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, _. _- Splendid Public and Private Exhibits Former President: of the New York : ffce Old Lnd,'. Plr.l Pooiball l.am ii j jI thr Circuit Court ot the lath ,UeI Cbeil
the state of Honda in aad for he
i How To Find Oat.I Secured for Exposition. Stock Exchange. I: and llrr Co). i iJ County ofPaaco In Chaaccry.

I F.II bote: or common gl!lass with your Paris March President Francis :' New York. March 3.---George Hamilton I j I She j-at in the e'O.lIl l atuml W.JH..IS. I iI' I II Tie! 't IeershurgStateBankaCorot5i.P "

i ncr ndlci It stand twenty-four hours; a of the St. Louis exposition arrived Ercxdhead: at one time presided I'' for her first football ge to Ilt'.IJ.I' Trustee vs The Globe Phocpaal* .

-. sediment: or sejrj !- of tha New York Stock Her boy had plajtj it M.IIVL and Manuta'tnnaf C.y.OUllly. Cfcfa
, tj" tling indicates anr here today from London and immediately Exchange, ia ever ( I-'onda. I S A. A Oorsura-
: 10 dead at his residence here in theeightyeighth L'tuld remember :iul now lie had; 111.1If j jliis tion et alBill for Forcclowrc
t -, unhealthy condiV1 set .>ut meeting tha leading \
110' of tho kId. year of his are. He 'I varsity team which was herar- i { SDKRNU BV V.KTCE OF A DICMUC
o.teials with view ot
! government a .
I'I' / ol fore< !>ure nd Mir rendered the
,\ .J neys; i if it stains i stimulating anJ enlarging! Franca participation I had been ill three weeks and his death sit; too-her Cornell. j H nor.iilr! J B \*all. judge of the abo *

# your linen it u was due to heart disease. T\,, or his fraternity "brothers' sat j jon rntit'.ol, : .ourt in chancery sitting M the
in the exposition. The cordiality yth .tav vff Februarj', A. D. i.s i Ul a
1- n i evidence cf kidney I .
cither: Side
Mr. her
of the French attitude was ev Broadhead: was at one time active as a bodyguard to i >crt.ttn cuse pending in the Hid win
t : It trouble! .: too in the financial world but foiI pay Lairs and as a bureau of inforrun- j wnerfin Ihr .t. Petersburg siaur B>ak. a !orp .
ident from the moment of ILr. Franci3'arrival i I ,ton Tmstcf .
.' : frequent cesire to <>" a- complaiDint. ad ihrV
,1. ,,.j'' It and throughout the morning I Ii many years he had lived a retired life. t.UI. Th,') were happier than they i < :, be fhosphate Mining and ManafactM wt%
.. : pass or pain in His father \v\ld! have been with the iJ-.'tt! ?st girl I! C>mpaiC"ru- Cuumy. Fkjnc, t'i' a
--- was the Rev. John Broad ( .
the :ak is also i he was th4 recipient of calls and invitations \ I'.r u.i : ev\ K .j hoi k<;, c irpt/ruion. et al. are defendant I Carlo V

ut'C, or J of that the kidney and blad- i from representatives of offi'l head who alter tiavelfng! through several tiv.knew.. 'A ur.tteri L., men \\ho know, telluaLaLt 'knnast..r in Cbancet. will wit II thf

jtrtw .tJ-raer. states as a circuit rider settledin She smiled with motherly pride \ : : h-ihf mil brst bidder lor .h. on toe rtM
cial ,
and commercial life. n'.1Y in \:'nl, A D. 191.;. the same I :I.(
What to Do. Owing his for Xew Market N. H., in 1811. and -Ut-i Ue picked him out of tut* sua ;nr ",'.): '!:tot -Mid month. within the |>'
Tilt" .S c -".fsrt in the knowltdg; so.t&.t I I to expected departure became the founder of Methodism of r. J j.teml "huskies. which at 'i 11111 front ol the c.iurt housed. m
in .
.ed. mat Dr. Kilmer's Sarr.p- Madrid tomorrow, Mr. Francii' program New England h'n -tli trotted out on the fiehl.l1e! ,, PotashThev : ',iir, (:tIn the Count of Pa-o and MJ ol
This included and in Canada. .- :.i the following described real pro tv
F1.e 'lIe tr-*t kJney: remedy fulf.Ils! ; every was arranged today. George w'; tii! away a tear when a Columbia t ,-wH
.. n ( _f.: g rheumatism, pain in th: an official breakfast at noon born Broadhead was ll.l:1 fell across the line for a touchdown C are r..'*ded hv every man |- \:- ihi >:"!: lots pieces parrel* or ct.
n'dne.s. liver b'aidsr: at Scuth New Market in 1815 'I IinJ Mtuate. lying an{being In Manua an
h*, and every part given by M. LaGrave the commission "h 1 os n- i fclvi: and i pr.and
Itdt. it tlo'rula! and deicnbed RaThe .
| a* w
ef wM ur.nai, passage. It corrects inability; of Ha was sect ta 1827 to Phillips Exeter ,, \ :>0> u"s.rcs to get the most out
er France and other prominent Then she her northeast quarter of the aoutheact <(< 1c'it
surprised bodyguard
tais4 *i-ta.id scaling; pa.n In pass" ;.jetiecj French exposition officials, at 3 o'clock academy. His talents for a commercial .I j t ...ti-.em. ,> section twQ the southeast quarter a the

w bed follo.r.g use of hqucr, j life led- him into banking, and by muttering under her breath: "Hold I** They afrc. Seri postal card, nunhwest quarter 01 section twelve aorta !.: i
he will rail at the Hotel de Ville and I 'em hard Mlown! "Twist their ot the northeast quarter of section Uur CD
who' .f, an j overcomes that ur.p'.easznt! when he EFRIt' KALI WORKS
was young he became cashier northeast quarter ot the southeast quart r u(
see the other city authorities. _J 55 Na..u
mayor and iM-ks: "Push: Push!! ----t.
E .-atyof te.nj carr.pelled: tt go often of a bank action thirteen all in township illtcca: e Kb
t r 4. the day. aaJ to get u? rany times Du: ir.g the m .lg. Mr. Francis I I at Pontiac Mich.. H* She explained her knowledge of .. '. ---0 Kl range nineteen east: and the southeast (|ui Set
came tot w York in 1841 and joined oi the northeast quarter section tell toga kip
F dj tK'h n Cr.'. The mid and the eitrawMry reoe.vtM; reports from his various the Xew York Stock these strenuous technical details by I. seventeen south range nineteen ". .

effe-t cf Swamp.Root is soon lieir.enama. These showed the French Exchange. He saying that her boy cried out like that hOttfietC2itt.T.E Also the following described lands ataatc tnElernando
, rtaliM.! ''t stands! the highest: for us won- statue to be follows was secretary of the exchange from County State of Florida to ant
: wht>n playing dream games in his Southeast of the
quarter aorthwci Ad
of t' 1S50, to 1866 vice quarter
dtrM ie
cures most cases. ; president from 1SE6
"The government has appropa.ted$250.uIII LIePI .BIGGS the northwest quarter af tile ioiithwa qrte
If ytt re4 a medicine you should have the to 1874. and in 1S74 was elected pres of section twenty one township twenty-two.
f Sold l wh;-a is considered to be inadequate She did not faint when he tackledtoo i south -
best. y dr.gts tn anel$. sires. ident. range
Ytu may have a sample bottle! cf this : said an effort will be madeto hard and failed to rise, although ATTORSEY-AT-LAW. the loilovnn i described lands utuatt tc
Office Sumter County state of Florida, TW
( in tows
ICRerf3, discery f .t' secure more money. Already AFTER WESTERN TRADE. his white face, with a streak of red Gary-Ajaew Blotk.) south ball of the northwest quarter of _

and t bock that tells '1, ; :_-. JlOo.txVi, has been set asiie tor the blood across the forehead, was staring OCALA, FI.ORIDA.pARLOS twenty-eight the southeast quarter of the Mrth

m.,esbouttt.bhaert If1 l1!..'' .. French hull: ling. It has been decided Germans Making Strenuous Efforts for up at her. I'.. SISTECNK.ATTORNEY. east northeast quarter quarter cf section ol the twenty-southeast nine.quarter sad tile ef
rtaofc'tly (rr- ty mall that this! shall be a duplicate of the Business of Mexico. "You can't hurt my boy" she said section twenry-mue alt in township mlilull

*&rett Dr. )Kilmer & Hum of s tmpRooiCfc. grand Trnaoa at Versailles where with confidence. "He's Just doing that .AT-LAW. sooth range twentytwoAlso
City of
Mexico March 3.-A new :he following described parcel of laad
Btftfhamtan. N. Y. W* a wntir-.g men. Room 4. Misoaic Building, OcaU Fla. 28VDWLN 1 .
Marshal Bazine was tried and where to get wind. So it proved.He 5 to-wit-
reading this offer in this I movement on the part of the Germani
toa .
piper.t -
! generous -- -- ---- Beginning at u stake one hundred tad sissy--
and it harder than
t many Napoleonic relics are deposited. to secure a large share of the trade was up at SPENER.l.a fireI( 6s I teet south from the aorthern hmufcr-
----- -- Mr. within the time limit. The Itha- line of the southwest of the
Frams hopes to secure for St. of this country is the establishmentof ever quarter oartlHHM

INVOLUTION NIPPED IN ORIENT. Louis sor.j4 of the prominent souvenirsof a line of handsome and swift steamers cans gained five through tackle and ATIOR. EY--\T.L.\.Wt I IOC.U.A south quarter of range section 21 twenty-seven east am! being lowaafetp three*-

-- 'apo"l'l! I and is also! desirous of by the Hamburg-American lost as many more yards trying to T3T FLORIDA. I hundred and four and eight-tenths ijat.*'

Murder, Arson and Robbery Had Been securing; a further appropriation of which are to ply between company Hamburg round the end. Then something hap- hue feet of west the from said the southwest eastern quarter boBadry ol

Carefully Planned. $2H.o.ii( *"-r the French exhibit. The and Mexican gulf pened.A ]H D. northeast quarter section z'. towwhip 13.
ports touching shot out of the FtLLED.E.'nIST. south range 21 east, and running them sMtb
VkWria, U. C.. March 3.-Further reports show that about 1,000 private at Havre France, and Corunna Spain sturdy youngster and parallel with the said eastern Dontdwy
exhibitors have already applied for tangled elevens: and dashed down the line one hundred and thirty-five and 8e-IeIIth--
particulars Vit'ie; received by the The first steamer to arrive will be Over Monroe at Chambliw Bank Ocala
field toward the goal of the blue and FUu (135 91) feet thence and pai allel with the MiLl
uaBr Pali ing. which arrived space, the most notable of these applications the Prince Adalbert on May 6. touching northern boundary line fifty-five Ks) feet
white. ne crossed line after line of north and with said
Jroa th* orU'Qt of the revolutionary being for automobiles.The at Vera Cruz. The steamers win J M. THOMPSON. thence line hundred parallel aad eastern and
whitewash and finally was over the boundary one thirty-five
B**ment diix-overed at Hong Kong French makers have already arrive anti depart from Vera Cruz Dl e.teDth (iis.9))) feet. thence west aad a* tile
asked for for last one, the whole pack at his heels. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. with said northern boundary line fifShakleford -fiv
of rebels ar- space maintaining a quarter every month.
1IMn nuoibrr were They of
a are a large "Touchdown! Touchdown!" cried the Office over Tea-pot Grocery, Opp. Montezuma. (1.5)) feet to the point or place uf befr ink
retted and boat* laden with guns and of the area of the transportation size and are built especially for this OCALA FLA. situated in the County of Pasco and f- rFlorida. of

catforou ,eed The rebels had arrascwl building. The airship exhibit also service which i is being finished in its crowd. did _it." said the mother Also the. following described penar rerty. >p-
"My boy
10 rut- at a signal on Jan. SIt shows a notable advance. M. San details by A. L. Cronmayer. the manager she cried.-Xew York Trib- J 1. CHASE, situated at the mines of the ,' lobe
and then
and Com I being
Mining Manulactu-mg par
tt. tvKinnmg of the new year cele- tos Dumont's car is 'about ready for of the line who resides in Philadelphia DENTIST on the nonbea..tquaner of sect' 'ma-

toiiion*. and waylay and murder the Its trial trip. The minister of the and who is now here. The une. OCALA 1L1.LT.ALLELM.D.. ship iS south, range 19 cast in C. Mv
Honda and described in the dec-
officials. Fires colonies, M. Dumoregue, is arangingto cabin accommodations --------- : m
Buutein* aud high will be the FLOWER AND TREE. this cause rendered on the Jtth d< lary

*M* () I lit' Carted t& various parts of transfer to St. oLuis SOO exhibites same as those of the steamers between 1'o2. town

, Cutuo ant t tin sacked. The now at Hanoi. Tonquin and is also Germany and the United States ; A'l the tools implements, '- en
treasury Planting a few trees every fall or engines.boilers. hoists and ma : cry

' Brttikh guii!>oau Britomart and Moor- to transfer to St. Louis 800 exhibits and an attempt will be made to securea spring as may be convenient keeps up kind and character building ol" .'. r.
I Uons. fixtures rights lib
bM "'Di at oacv to Canton when the from Madagascar Cochin China and large share of the passage traffic between the supply of fruit OCULIST and URIST.M contracts agrrements. mini lag

other French colonies. Sir Thomas this stock cars, vehicles. stores t *. t. III il
plot 'M dauvrud. To aid in the city and Europe the trip The American persimmon makes a I : -
and al.o all other
supplies. p. ul
Mdnar ot Canton a force of rebels Lipton expected to confer with Mr. being made in 17 days. handsome tree oruauieutally con-idtr- : -i iULij Hvt.l! Oca'j Fla. c\er\ eerkind and character be IiII.j!

Francis here. but the former was unable defendant corporation and ('. aid
.' t'olouel Shoo at a
I were ed. It has dark green leaves that remain Th..r-!.". : : decree
to await the latter's arrival in TO FIGHT AGAIN. ,
HMti dt far distant to march
not of said
i ) on late in the fall. All property bed
g Paris. .. being -1 for the I urpuac" decrce .
: M Canton. "tiii tbe signal was v.I
Carnations do not thrive in tile SLUICe
-- of sale
Corbett and Jeffries Will Battle acu costs .. _
I ? .D' n. '
I and will not tolerate the presence of -
.c.Tht' fl.sl ,.
CONDEMNS SOCIETY. Championship.New r
fat. "f Canton have been kept rank manure. They are easily grownIn Old Harvest & 1-ettrngill.

! uat* thC intended uprising aaJ York. March 3.-James J. Cor- any good garden soil. Solicitors for Complain-, .

.b.-u of amu and summary exe- Preaches Sensational Sermon en "The bett and James J. Jeffries were match One secret of setting flowers from North Carolina

I lOnll have taken place. The latest Sins of Respectability." ed yesterday afternoon to meet in 3 NOTICE
potted plants is to let them get pot- CORN WHISKYIs
I _, of thift rebellion shows that it Louisville. Ky.. March 3.-la line return match for the world's heavyweight bemud. When a plant can no longer ---

Ipr..ad all over the province. Pi with the campaign against vice recently championship. The fight wUi! its In the United States Cm u en
it energies
keep on growing, turns tin- very! best bt-cau it District ot Florida w <-
ne) i* ou the tnt'reaoe on the West inaugurated in this city by the take place in California some time toward producing flowers. O H. !'. Beall Complainant .u.
f during June or July on a date tcr be i is jjenumt'Iy! old. ( :uaran- et ai. defendants
rim in gent.
big "ate!'ay and that provo Louisville Ministerial association the By yearly attention to pruning and

V" t. and thc new launches with Fu- Rev. J. Kinsey Smith preached last selected later. The fighters decidednot by good feeding a shrub may be renewed h'pl ri\v years old and devoid IT the APPE defendants\RISG TO in aid Tin CI .'-. -

if !*** offio-nt hUt been ordered to night at the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian to sign articles on the Sabbath from season to season and kept of fuse! oil. Nash Emily 0 Hart. Charles A \ 1ATa
and this detail was put off until S. Nash rank U Nash MhraeciM :
rectnil th.- ri\er. The Pak lung church here on "The Sins of Respectability always strong. Old and weak wood rash Katherine Na h '.: rd.

I towcht d. uiU of th* famine which or the rpper Side of the ,i Thursday, when a meeting will be should always be removed. Awarded Gold Medal Margaret. Muttcy Frank X vat sirs

t \\t &\"atatng the perfecturea in the Social Probleim'lie held in Baltimore and signatures will law oi Henry S. Nash Henry H aad
Ammonia is a plant stimulant not a Robert A.. Stewart as KxecntoriNash. *.
Mrthrrn Jintrirt of Japan. There are declared that the upper side of be affixed to the agreemnt. food. While it i is useful to force plants 1 IS98 as First Prize.It J T. Ellio" W fo". Plikc .rd

t h
I IiI* and many death are reported as base as the lower side. and that the club offering the. best. inducements. exhausted a fertilizer must be appliedor .not practicable to serve oa said a
tJ9IIt --- that a judge of Pure Old North Subpoena or order of this court to|> tad
lunation difference that "vicein .
only was one was will its vitality
In Senate the plant use up own answer or demur in said cau et
Doings Today. I
velvet." and the other "vice in shod in bloom. Carolina Corn Whisky appre- It ordered that the aid defend K'n'
I ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Washington, March Immediately I M. Nash, Emily 0 Hart thai* .laS
dy. He sali the gamblers of the
upon convening today the senate on ciates. George S. Nash. Frank 54 Math aD
-- parlors were as bad as the gamblersof I Nash Francis Nash Catherine Na y P
Antiquity of tbe Poonifrunn.
L HOard motion of Mr. Hale took up the general Card. Margaret W Muiiey. Frank J .\
, Jones, of Atlanta, Pierced by the downtown r\ ort5. and that the deficiency bill. In the of I The boomerang, the Australian na Sl.UO per quart; 2.50 for four heirs at law oi Henry S Nakh. Henry Mtth

Bullet of Marksman. slums of the upper circles were as depraved course tive's of offense and defense, full Full f. b. and Robert A Stewart. as exccaton.S. ,. wry
. Atlanu March 3. the reading of the bill the house weapon quarts measure o. Nash J. T. Elliott. W. E DickeaardCroudale Kh-
-Ernest Jones, as the dens in the "red light"distiucts. referred to in all-reference works as an do appear. plead BMH .demur
ff &' '. !known l young man of thU city, He said that while the amendments to the omnibus public instrument unknown until after thediscovery Ocala. to the said bill in the atme eatilOB taas
tu a iu'nt&lly building bill were sent to conferenceand file in the ice of the clerk o*awn list
hot. and perhaps fa painted women of the streets were being of Australia was doubtless ille said district.
STRAUSS & CO. Sole Jackv>n> in
taU1. Messrs Fairbanks, Warren and Agts.for .
wounded at Augusta Saturday criticised persons should stop to known before the time of Christ. Pliny On ot betote tkt Sid day at Af'il, A'..

BwatfiJ, Mr Jones was making a consider the number of the finer na Turner were appointed conferees The the elder, a contemporary of our Sa Ocala Fla. and that this order be published MK .' ckl
artfjr of conference report on the fortifications for six consecutive weeks in the Bans v
tome property for the turned women, who were sinning in se viour, writes as follows in his "Natural published in the city ofucala 'tIdaand
bill paper
Sow&ern appropriation was agreed Con
lni mion Butt-au, and while History" respecting an instrument -- that in case said delendnat kt
tk.. cret.Dr. sideration of a general deficiency today demur wiUui laMM
plead or
f Bilged tame m range of the Smith said that society was a made of the wood of the aqulfolia: : DR. ALEXANDER'SCHILL pear limited this court answer will entertain 'tIf1IId sad
&n.u 'iIo 13 resumed.
of tbive young men of th* Au- refuge of lies and he deplored the "If a staff made of this wood. \\ ben I proc
Pita mi'iury! i-orapany. who were at coarseness and masculine audacityand thrown at an animal from waut of ,! t.aise JtniJaliU and suit been in the served same with naaaer smuithta
rtfl. prince > behavior of the young women. con Suit Against Southern. strength in the person throwing falls TONIC j ti-.c southern District ot rHonOa.

Tb. tmiiet! Brunswick, Ga., March %.-Two Done and ordered thi i; day of wyft
I -ntfml the !left slfe I and spicuous In society. per. short of the mark, it will come back .
A U1)3.
t1Hot'dd both IUDftti. The aecidtntW sonal damage cases, aggregating 25. toward the thrower of its own accord, A positive permanent, and safe cure for Malaria.! 1 JAMK U. U .

iwt iuii. .ctwj by any and Mr.3nn..s 000. were filed in the Glynn superior remarkable are the properties of I
ones NAVY YARD FOR CHARLESTON.Work so Chill, and F...r. JUtaius no poisoa. The bet Atrueopv.
lay for some time on the ground court against the Southern Railway that tree." Tonic, Anti Pcrio'-c! Appetizer, anJ strengthner t'-EO. Luv r.

f .tw> he frll brtore UaoovereJ. HaU company by Attorneys F. H. Harris It is altogether probable that the for pale icky! feuisles aadchtlJren knonn.Erinjs Clelk I

. th-n nkwi to the hospkal. Hew on Improvements Progressing and Wootibord Mabry. The casts learned Pliuy did not consider the the glow t J faded cheeks ; miiei weak

Kt: ;.) bar hardly an \'tJon chance Satisfactorily. in question read as follows: Dorsey shape of the "staff' and referred its peculiarities children fat and hearty- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

l fnl' rovry Charleston. S. C.. March 3.-The W. Alford vs. the Southern Railway to the nature of the wood of Tablet form; ta>telei S: easy to ta ie.
State government has expended Department of the Imtenor, U" t e al
I Th# jMBf men were arrested but and Johm B. Alford vs. the Southern whii-b it was wade. Pries 53 ds. Trial Size, 25 cts.
Uamewnlle. Fla. Ftbmary a. fit
"Ml M- more than 1000.000 thus far in the Railway.
r Jon. had partially recov- at Dr. Atexftiidrr'B Liver Reu! tor corN Bilious- VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TMAi1 nthnaf
fftd from th. work of building a navy yard Sick headache following named tettler has Cl.4l
hock he requited that Auttraliau Tea. nete,Torpid Liver,Constipation,
n. Charleston. S. C. Other appropriations Netherlands Protocol Signed. his intention to make filial nraot m Ha lit fIl
) ko n.i I It as he was satisfied In the interior of Australia all the Price 21 Ccast.. Fr silt! b, his claim and that aaid pruwl will h.sW

the shooting wan purely accldenI are available and the work will Washington March 2.Baron Ger- men drink tea. They drink it all daylong fore Clerk Circuit Court at Octla. Fta.,
be pushed as rapidly as possible. The vais. the minister the m*, 1_,.
I t to Netherlandsand and in quantities and at a strengththat Wni. Andtjrstm, Druggist Oi-ala! Fla.
prelimnary construction does not show Minister Bowen has vKISA D t1LHSofCaJutIer. Htrad 0 .
signed thE
would seem to be poisonous. On .
I. > r"2 t..r the south half of aortaw* sr-
I LIGHTING THE BLIND TIGERS. the real achievements of the department Netherlands protocol proridins for the Sunday morning the tea maker starts .aI :n.dUI! n.irih ha1OIOUIbWeQasIeT o) .0Iw

but in a few months tao naY) settlement of the claim of that .'II-n'II i- .outn. in.c >.0 QK.Ii .
country with a clean pot and a clean record.The ,. the
1 inirs following witacaK tt 1fQ"W
Il Chit| of Police Campbell Reports a yard will take on new life. against Venezuela. It is provided -. pot is hung over the fire with a :,ti- ','us -fsiilenc tin and esS itiou
The contractors have started in ta President __ 0.u "z Richa-d >. gall nM
Number of Cases. that Roosevelt will name sufficiency of water in it for the day'sbrew \h'c. Jackson. James I). i'oiUo

i Jloi'tn' iu: March 3.-Chief o! dredge the foundation for the dry the umpire in event of a disagreementThe and when this has boiled ln Seeds !- a

I W' .- <'"tlll':1,! ;! has recently turned dock. Three years is allowed in whichto protocol follows the lines of that i pours into it enough of the fragrant the Kind .n W G. Rtitux Be It

i .sr i t>," ,",urt S several blind tigers complete this important part of the of the 'ritelt.States.. herb to produce a deep, coffee colored I Leeds ,--
and the dock will be sufficient ,
i with \ ",.i'"-. tll lOUvlct them. liquid. ; NOTICE.

! ."i' ''a. t I..* arrr.it.rxl B. W. Tucker, large to accommodate any vessel in To Ceurtmartial Lieutenant On Monday, without removing yesterday' :1. t-, -.,, ,I MU.rLt ,, --
*feo the navyLieutenant Walker, the Manila, March 2.-By direction of ; .
rts tea leaves he the
.n riiiKting a pool room repeats process I--- Nt-w> ul A;>picatI' : 1 I"\ Drrd uI.avlsol se--

't' .all' ->:re et. lIe was tried United State engineer ta charge aJ Secretary Root General Davis will ; on Tuesday daapo and oo Wednesday .-i vt Chap. .. .. H
f., ii 1 1\ T Tutker pleaded the navy yard, said today that by the convene a lourtmartial to tr. Lieu da capo and no on through the .. ) t__1_. ue: %i.n -1'.T. hI II\\I! N T. .\

r 111' -vi'iiitx! $-. prom- I I t
M.ihD I .I 1,01 s.
I. .' "u!.' -, ontlnue the been expended on the plant. This a charge of killing two native prisoners pot is tlllwd! with an acrid ma,h of tea ; I ;.'- "'..tulH'O'.0(1I.i ; \ h.

Dtt. Includes contracts already awardedand near }Misan-is Mindanao, while in I lroout of which the !.'I'jor is -. : zkdi'l ,rrt '. .', -- II n. iie '

T ;tse '., .I .int him others to be awarded in the ne1.l the custody of Lieutenant Lt>l'. a year squl'
\\f a :1 hi> was al- future. ago. They wvre !.red by th,' orders this time the tea is oi the e"ii-r of I "4; ". 't,' "' ,10. r.t' ..f'I -
c "" of Lieutenant Lee who j \.j V' pt) .\ujtid SiFt -,.
and :
Sills teat they I iron Incredibly Uitttr
r rusty
.1 I .
-; the
> ato Chicago Robbers Run Amuck. NOTICEXoticeof ida 'i "u
t. th"- ,. attempted to 't'ape. !I greeable to the uneducated palate. 111-1 \\ _! 0 : .,t"ottl". ,fl' -
!1 May. The Chicago, March 3.-In an attempt to II
..: !I native calls it "real good old ami t'ah.tll' "U'c.-1 .1! nv.rsHv .t "ji
hold up a Chicago avenue saloon early I. l't Atat; : 'o.i .L. 1bicu! linger! ->tctipn 33 a':. .:1 township rantfThey'd : H

-- today Otto Benson was fatally andJoserh Costly Mansion. rails" the simile being obviously drawn s o f Chapicr i'L..'\- of Honda.VOTICE : '.aii.l '"e.ii( "-si>.c.l..t. 1/1 '11.

all T .$ TROOP DEFEATED. New York: March 2.Many workmen i i from a stiff and dangerous jump and 1-eU.llH.t{ THAT W.
Driscoll seriously wounded. Is HI.R1.BG'ES' J. uiiL'imu.Unles .
-- are completing the foundation j i regards it as having been brought to i\ I' ice. pun.hax.r ui Tax Certificate No. iy, au
The entered the place and demanded iu'! be redseni.
men ti' 'dU'.t"
Th has
T'klill, War MinUter 1 Is Also Reported for J. Pierpont Morgan's new library I I perfection.Mickle. dated the 6th I'av lOtngul office A.and D.CO.has i made according to Uw U" iced will;: be i Mied theirs jon
the bartender, James John _ filed said ccrUfiidtc in m>
Killed. building at the rear of his home at i application for tax deed to i-sue m accordancewith the 4th day of April' A I> ,;
M> son to go to the rear and leave the Succeeds Moorman. law Witness mv omcta' signaturt and tea! this the
h .: -A dUpatch to The Madison avenue and East Thirty-sixth i
cash register open. Instead Johnson New Orleans Jan. 20.-Colonel .aid certificate embraces the following described zfcth day of February. A. 1> w3 .
j | m c'uta.lot'O'Co street. It is to cost $3 OQOO. The William
rE'tte-r. i
fire on the supposed bandits property situated in- Marion county, tbeal I F5 T slhTRt SK.
&tI t :. i ,>rt tu4t the kiiltan'a tI'\PII plans are for a two-story structure ol E. Mickls of Mobile, Ala., was Florida to-wit: 3-6 Clerk Circuit Court Marion to.. Kit.
and in the fusi! de bullets that followed :'II
11&** ', r ,*.' at,i and that War MinMi Knoxville marble of a pinkish gray, elected adjutant general and chief of Commencing j p fed north of southwest -' --- --
WfIr both men were shot. stair of the United corner ol block n Boardman. section 9. town- Hardwari Seed Ct.
I. 'hi haa l bt'en M1 '.I. The with a frontage of 115.2 on Thirty Confederate Veterans ship ll, range 21. thence south 34$ feet,east 1'J573 T. F. Thomas ant '

IIHU.. .<,vi not indicate the date of Dominion Line Steamer Agr und.Queenstown sixth street and lawn space In front by the ere utive committee ol feet to ditch northward with aid ditch 456 feet We can furnish a limited tjuiBtUj
of beginning.
"Sag'. 'meet or the place where ; March !.-Tha Dominion that organization today. He succeeds to The point said land being assessed atjhe date of the of our Famous rfectcxl ('aik *

tht !*! occurred It was announo.m line steamer Marion which arrived Woman Victim of Flames. the late George Moorman. Colonel issuance of such certificate in the name of and Genuine Rocky Ford C.aUl)**

..& a s.-at.h from Madrid. F.b. 20 here yesterday from Boston" for Liver Raleigh. N. C., Jan. 27.-Firse last Mickle, who has been an aide on Phil Christopher. Writ
said certificate shall be redeemed according seed. Then ied are scaH-e.
tk&t a tegram has been received night destroyed two of the largest General Gordon's staff, is In the city.A Unless
pool is aground near Roche's Poto.t, to law tax deed will be issued thereonon for All kinds of new seed
thet t nm Tnglers saying that there White Bay. She probably will b. re building &t the Craren. county home. telegram notifying General Gordon the 4th day of April A. I). 1903. us prices.

'U i>".' ittit "porU at the latter floated this evening. A white inmate, Elizabeth Sadler wast of the election was forwarded to the Witness my official signature and. seal this the in stock.T. :
25th day of February. A. D. 14O336
late ti.tt tbe war minister, Meneb-I I burned to d-eatX commander at Biscayne. P1a (Seal) S. T. SISTRK, F. THoMASH.-\RDWARE.tSUDl'o.,

hi I k.l !)' kill! la battle Feb. 13.j -'- -- Clerk Circuit Court Marioa Co., Fa. Gainesville Kla.


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The Farmers All Busy.-Activity i.1 ..
R..I l Estate.-Crops Crowing I ...
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Little George Fort, s on of Mr. and ABE JAKE ::
Mrs. J. J. Fort, and at Heather It- ems-
land February :24! ,and was! buried at
l t this place on the:i'o.! A large number ; ,
f 7j1R1'I
T pJ 'RO'C.
t of friends attended the burial services. i I r. 5f

: George was a good and bright boy I 0- ; .. g] r.t. -...
and had a host of friends in this community .D
I who)join inliyinpaty: with his t--.-- ...O
sorrow ing parents. --
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'outractor J. IL Batten has finished
the Mos[ Bluff ferryboat and the same .

t is ready: for inspection..

r Farmers are all progressing!! xery --t OUR GROCERY KEEPS STEP
r nicely preparing their lauds for corn,
I, cotton, velvet beam!, potatoes, etc. dl
There will be considerable
I coitmer
I cial fertilizer used in this vicinity this WITH PROGRESS.

season.! Mr. W. I.,.. Martin and sons 4
+ t eeem to be wing the most. They have

i been hauling all the week and have -- 'I -....-
/t-- a-.rv
J not finished yet. ....-.. --- tt
Better times are coming as is indicated
t I by several real t tale deals tbat E: --
have taken place in the past few day. 0- Every up/to/date food is here, provided it is wholesome Every

1 ( The railroad that was surveyed

p through this place about fifteen jears E: modern method for giving our customers prompt service is used.VI e

ago I is being revived and talked of a- __

o again. It has always been a mystery E keep in close touch with end"the-century ideas There =
I to writer why this road was not
D a i
a-- iia o a ..
1 built long ago as it would pass through a lit .
j t s dome of the best and most fertile -- II i li Q a a >o r is no fancy price at this store and everybody is treatedalike

lauds for and
farming gardening iu, i i -O
the state. We hope the rumor is '
f t '- nut were talk, and that we may seethe t ; you can do just as well as your neighbor: your six

t iron horse passing through here

!1! k before 1904.) year old child can do just as well as you. There is no

JIGS: Lizzie Johnson, daughter!\ of a--
t Capt. Johnson, of Ocala, is visitingher
work here and take no chances. The things
sister at this place i s ore n m 4, guess you
S ne,. T. W. fitter, of Wautilla, '
t preached here Sunday a- tt 9 s !t i we sell you must be good, or we will make them good =

f ; Rev. E.: D. Luter fills bis regular a- .

i appointments. here next Sunday in aa- .......
f the Congregational church. All .et
are a
.! .... --
; cordially invited. aa .
Master Ivero Humbert, of Daytona, aa -0..
i is visiting! his grand parents Mr. and '-'/

MM. W. E. Martin. :[ .
i "
Mess I II. P. Griggs is visiting her Hay Grain Bran '

JIIHt'Utlliu"olusia county.The a-- -.
firm of Griggs and Batten are I LimbergerSweitzer CJaeek

kept very buoy these days. Pure George's Cod Fish \ --
Fort and Tillis are busy hauling logsto Purina Mule Feed Cheese

a the river for the Jacksonville liarket. ::: Pickled Salmon __
Brick Cheese =
W. D. Fort who lives near Electra, a-- Smoked
Halibut. 1 \ -
had the misfortune to have his!:! house Cotton Se ( (Meal Edam Cheese

and all of Itseontentsburned I several> ) Pickled
arm" Herring, -4
days ago. No one was at home and :::: Pineapple Cheek'a
the house was entirely) consumed before .

the tire was discovered.Mr. Cow Feed Etc.
It. 11. Marsh[ has moved his: ....... ,/>

t atock farm to Salt Springs, taking his 00--. dt, #4'.... __
l family aKso. We are sorry to lose tint: a6a- !/
r tautly' from our midst
John T. Lewis has the best bean J ...

crop, we believe, in the county; two -0--- -Ia ) _.._.

airra almost Writing, ..N
Ir'l..r J. 1 H. Batten /and. Ft-rl r>ro- :=
We make it absolutely safe for to trade with
thersalso! have tine patches of beau you us, as we make
tom- .
)1 r. 1' F. Griggs: made a trip to

Ocala Wednevlay. ax-- it certain that you are getting the bottom price on every article

To Play Ball.

The().-ala tiae ball team will opt II Ten didn't know I
the season with two games of bail it a years ago we as much about Groceries -'a. ;

with games the Stetson will be Unnersity pUjed Friday nineThe.se E as we do now. An experience of ten years makes us -'. :. -a

res : .
and Saturday afternoons of next
wee \ and' will no doubt piove very Z =. more competent to serve our customers Each year we have h t ;
Interesting one. 'fhe lue I tall enthuiatsof a.
: the city are looking for- done the best we knew how and we're the
,t word to them---with_. much pleasure. same thing pthis

t st Although! it "':Napoleon's great tC-- --1\ ...

r ambition to elude the vigilant oft ::: year, Q., :: -. .-

XvNou and litit au army in England ::: OATS
: when approached! by Fut! >n c. -U.asell t

1 with his devise of propelling: ships by 6uD-- =:-:- =: : := =:: -=-= =:::....:.. _:= ":...:: :':"::'._-_:..:::.:.::.._.:.:.:::.:.. '-- =- .. -__

steam, the great soldier pooh pooped a
the inventor a mere "visionary.1 --
That has K'urcely been a hundred lv.C t -U.
years ago, ;yet the trophies won by
t btenm in Its revolution of the carr>ing -- ....
b trade of the world have been more
than all the triumphs made on the f'a

field world.of battle since the creation of the AND SELL GROCERIES TO KEEP THEM

-- J
; Theelitorof the Nmthem;
: Farm : _
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f' Magazine thinks that the most }popular ;= :
I. innovation in government; service: -- ..
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1- during the past two decades is the A

S IS ISt .. establishment: of the rural free de rXThen: in town make office
; Un'ry.0 doubt! that is true. It is a our your headquarters ?C :[ :C :e; ;[
great educational factor and is brother ,.

' !I II ,to the school house, newspaper} : and := Yours for more business :] '
I: r r. good roads. It will be the means of a-- C4

-I ." bringing the farmer iu immediate a- aa
to"uch with the miters of civilizttiou. Proprietors

1 ; Georgia has 13,000,000 peach trees

I and they yield.all give promise of an abundant "eIIIeIIAeaaeleel.," ,..," ,.,"eeeeeeeeeeeee6eeeeeeeeeeeeee" " " ',." ..," " " " ''t"" '


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