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 13, 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."


; NOR! Swallows Carbolic Acid-Then Cuts Capsizes One of the Fire Wagons

KILL IT KICK THK MAN WHO GOING his Throat with a Dull Razor and Falls Under its Wheels- A. STANDLEY 8 CO.

pnttrl IT. Bsdly but not Fatally .
Joe Stevens, a negro man employedat
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Bruised. !! : :
CI2ASS73 ]H111IS. Local E .1tcr I the Ocala Barrel Factory, grew
fill Claude Gates, of the Ocala fire department -

furious Tuesday and attempted to while driving cue of the aud Single
We want to read what
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN : take his own life all because he said, wagons Tuesday afternoon happenedto you Harness

I I)1ft. "his wife didn't love Liui." what came very near I leiutr a i *. we sell and when you want

M I.. H. Maugli*, who has. breu I serious accident. When near the ball i / Double
He first took a large dOMe of carbolic
erriuudy HI duce l Hunday, wall rrjM>r- grounds ou South Third street the I h'r to buy anythimg that we Harness
acid and afterwards seized a dull
trd b trr \\Vtluwday. I horse became unmanageable, ran on I bers 1 Saddles
I handle
razor and with it gashed his neck in we want you to
the side walk throwing Claude to the I : I
)l1'1i..M.J. MeOahaglu U criticallydaughter several places but he only succeededin ground under the the wheelsof ,! her : i Team
IIhHbflboweoflll'r Mrs. team, come to see us,. Just give
cutting the cuticle, severing no which passed over both of his legs. I to Harness
rd.ln; i"i>t'p't'r. 1 I us a chance to sell We
I arteries. Fortunately no bones: were broken but you.

Mr. .'. W. Durrnuee U Immediately building\ a I I It in said that Stevens Las attempted the young man was: badly, bruised and I best! believe our goods and prices Collars

nlndYrehlfgoulhelot| ehaken. -)
to kill his wife on several occa-
,.....coffili. t4lw1fFzpeucrr'e.Mr. : I I A physician: was' summoned and and ; will suit you. Anyhow, the Lap Robes
sinus and it is thought at lime times
i1..11'tewlrnu'Of the Central I the patient i is now resting quietly.
that he is temporarily demented. Carts best way to find out is to Whips
Lutuher Company, left for Savannah 1 Party to Spring Park.
Dr. W. H. Powers summoned .
W.Ptll1ar! tno-ulni? on a business I I Wednesday night the following party come and see, and we will Poles
to attend the unfortunate lUaU and at drove out to Spring Park to the big!
last accounts he was! doiug! as well as New England upper' given by the A take pleasure in showing you and

Rt" I* ItNVarrrn returns !home could be expected} and he will in all Ladies' Vilhpe Improvemt-ut Society Shafs

jwtrJ morning (rulU Atlanta, probability recover. of that 1.1".... the I our stock.

.h.r, b. li.* Uu having hN eyes I The youn? people) enjoyed the drive
Death of W. F. Wallace.
ttr.twl.Rr out and back unit the cupper! : and : I -
I Capt. WalldctMiud *t his home inC
.t' I1 Mcflrttti rfturiml WeduesAt dtiM-e im lu u"l'ly. .
ndler at 1 o'clock Thursday morn
] (mm Tampa: where he has been The following was the )party; : Mr. sj.: STANDLEY A GO
ing. After a long and painful illn..shI I
ting her ..Ie. ... lies. 11. 15. Barco, awl :\trl.T.. 61struuk, Misses: G'erirude -
: quietly fell asleep never to awakes
tar errerel ......k.Io.lr 1'eredu. Eloy.-e and Kuhi Lee tVI I IIbe
in this world. Everything that phys Ocala Fla.McMillan .
Izbr, Johnnie Liddou, awl Messrs.J. I
) M, R lloLiuwm anti daughter ieiana'skill could do to alleviate hU
H. Mathews, C. H. Lloyd Harvey I A :
Fault', I'1 tuniRut for Albany, sufferings was done, and the untiring
Clark and Dr. W. H. Powers. '
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0*., .t!,.,* thry go to we :(r. llobinmother. nursing a most devoted wife never -- -- uiT.

Mme who i i. quite ill. ceased until the last breath of life More Riots.
--- drawn. Disturbances of strikers are not Bros
tu be given lOt1WI1"i.w was
rnirruliiiariitl :
nearly a.s grave Ii'l au iuiiividual disorder : I
I, the Belletkw Formerly Capt. Wallace owned
Oii he Hlh } of the system.: Overwork, loss A.
Trading Companj, ui>ou open- large cotlee plantations iu South of sleep, nervous tension will be followed ",

to belbeeyealofthemeIi America, after the )liberation the by utter collapse' unless a reliable
tog thtlr new store, promises :\ : Southern Copper Works.
..(i in Hut city. slaves in that country, he relinquished remedy i is immediately em :
the cotlee industry and thirteen ployed. There's nothing so efficient
]-: of Toronto, to cure disorders of the kidneys or \ of Stills
MI.. Emily cane I years ago came to Florida, making : I Turpentine
liver asEectricllieters.: It's a wonderful '
<-D'j fiiU-riaiued inoht charmingly I his home at Candler and inventing tonic, and affective nervine and
Whist club Wwi- A and General Metal Workers.
the ',,)larnt'lll.lhlit'I
largely in orange r"'ethen'' and the greatest all round medicine for I

Unity afirniouu .t the rt'ili.lt'nce of and around Lake Weir, being oueof run down system: Itdi-peU nervousueH I I.

>>.... f Lirratl (iaulIl'Ihy on (SouthH'cood : the heaviest sutleren- financially s, rheumatism: and neuralgia, and I I Old Stills; taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

...trtt'l.lr from the ell'ecis of the great freeze. expels malarial germs. Only 5 guranteed: by the AntiMonopoly -
) i>. C.mi."irll, u f the firm of But with determined energy he and Drug Store acd Tydiuus at 1 wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
Y i j works .
following -
and Co. -
KWin .ol ( .m.MI| I U now ou the his devoted wife saved Candler from I

rtfluj detp. IJifore returning hs> will I being a "deserted village." Today it i Capt. lr.gis- Handsome Home. |II
tile N. C. SAVANNAH 6A.
Baltimore I Boston I is again one of the orange growing John 'I ,
sight dew York, I Cnpt. L. Inglis, jrn.skfent of

and FhtU'lrli-hiu. He is ou a jurcWlit centers of Florida. LOp j to the time of the Dunnellou Phosphate' Company, VILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA..

tour. He may take a pleasuretrip his death, Capt. Wallace was justiceof I has rrturued to his home in Port we

lota Cau.daMn. ( the peace for Yttriou c<>uuty and i j Inglis, after having "spent few daysat

had the le.-pect and c mtidenreof the the Windsor. His object here was J"S.

111 ..\1Irrlin"Frederick\ H.iUitt fO'w ,days of Liu'ln mid bf, coinmuuity. A mau liked for the to inspect! the finishing touches of his I I IT IS NOT PRICE, BUT QUALITY

lb. aunt of a T+. Front, on Laura< (.MM.il ijutiitiesof! lie'nl ..u.lllcift.: lib residence, now mica ritg completion, I;

Ih'tr! f.'r t> \l'r.1"r">. She I"h atnrmtirfiif vife aii-1 t young daughter, Ituby, have \\hit-h will be the handsomest : IDEAL FERTILIZERS
U.! .. (".".II'rv Clu1'! 1111.1"' I among (' 8 Cheapest
rrfultr winter "I"lllIr-"I: em r.gw.lO.! the loving syuipithy ui all who kn..wtht'ir in the city. Capl. lujliis one of the i I

Mr. llol.litt\ wai f..nurly.MiKilt tielnvt'd dead. most prominent buitn-i** men in the ri.. !! !
,, I fertilizers old in the made for
thi- \\'e are tjorn.we laugh 'e weep state. They are
in 'ateand
Umeruan mind l+ well known I s with iii.s interesting family, ;
We love we droop,we die; Florida
Prices and Circular on .
I m crops.
fir,, Why do we live or 'ieVlio ? will be a very valuable acqnistioii to
\ knows that secret deep I -
Mirrlco, Jack.oncille.aefisouc L'e: Metropolis. -
Mr. I,.uc Perry Wells and MisMtKibtiey A Fin D for -

of Orange Springs' were Farmers' Institute Meeting 1 --

nnltal in the holy bonds of matri- Florida Oranges. S7 per Box. I A regular meeting of the Farmers' & TOOMEIJ FERTILIZER COMPANY\

iw>ny kt the court bows at 9:30 c New York, March 10-The late rains Institute of Marion couuty will be
\\ .. .' .. oi Ideal Fertilizer.tali Spcfia! Crop roriiiula
held in the court house in Ocala
.'r104.'k.t'llu..lIay morning, Mr.( J. and generally unfavorable weather in on : bel

A. IQnllt'u, notary l'u1lil11ieiding.. Florida have caused small fruits and Saturday, the 21st. iust. at 10 a. ru.Addresses .f.t'IiiSO\\ 11.1.1:. I.OIIIDA.

vt'getablra to arrive in au undesirable are esftctrd by Col. I... P. OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.

Working Overtime condition anti this: week the tiled Miller, W. M. GUt and other The in :
EUht hour b Wit arc ignored those .
try -- -- -- -
tirrlrw, little worker-Dr. King's was felt greatly in all such commodi executive committee will be expected : - -- -

Xt Uf 1)11wnuus! : ate always at ties. There was a good demand for to submit a constitution and by laws:: : W VtNAIIA..

work, night aud day, curing Indi);tnt- lettuce at uu average of*:.St)(- 4. Two during the meeting. Ladies are ex- be ;

lon, ItillUMiMieMi, Constipation, Hick: .peeled to honor us with their .
cars were sold on the docks Tuesday presence. be
Hrailarbc anall Stomach, Liver ansi GUmlElWIAL i BA lUGALA.\
H. W. Lose
Bowel trauuU: Easy, |>h-aant, safe at au average of S3.50. hut ihU was life ; l 1 e

Mr*. Only 2Jat!:: AntiMonopolyDrug : tinest stock that has arrived so far Martel, Fla.- -, March-- -lol,19l3.- ; ;

Store and Tydinga tt" Co. dru;- this week, The outiJ61t'ans on the Climbing Upwards.Mr. .
[Branch of Conimt-n-ial Bank, Jack.-onville.]
t'-.'U. I bulk of the oHeriugs are withered but W. A. Redding: cf the National!

"Kugar Cane Culture" is the title of otherwise the stock: in a fair condition U.ink of Jacksous ville, has! given the I CAPITAL, S5OOOOAccounts

a new book just published. It con- as a rule. contract for a handsome residence on I .

UiDtclupters about the history of Peas are steady at $4'i5.50: basket: the corner of Fourth street and the
of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
and when stock was fauc-y the demand Boulevard, to \be completed by the
cane, botauy, climate, drainage, Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.

nrlt'tit't, eedlnf! ( etc., and i is nicely for it was good. Beans ranged $3f o, 4th of July.-Jacksonville Metropolis.The Exchange Bought and Sold.

lllantratea. The perusal of this publication the quality coming being fair. Cabbage friends of Mr. Redding, in the i1

will be of great value to all sold around $ f 2 30. bbl crate. city are pleased to learn of his suc INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS

cane glow tN, aud everyone can obtain Florida oranges were active and cess. _

t a copy, free of charge, by' writin; for strong. It Sl't'lI"tiS though anythingthat It Saved His Leg.F. .
-' It to the (irrwau Kali \\' rkll 93 Nassau looked like a Florida orange A. Dans worth, of LaGrange,

L, New York, N. Y. Ga. suffered for six mouths with a
would sell and for fancy brights which -- ---
Tragedy Averted. frightful running sore on his leg; but ; I r
would run 112 aud 126s were good for:
"JUllt In the iilck of time our little writes that Hucklin's Arnica Salve ALEXANDER'S
boy watuTnl," wrlits Mrs. W. Wat- possible $i, the average quotations wholly cured it iu life days. For

kin*. of naaut City. Ohio. l'ueumop being $6(.!6.50. Russets sold well at ulcers, wounds, piles, .'. the best: salvein TONIC Jw4--'L

atud \ti'a>ed i& \ luvoc:>ith him ;!.50(,..') on a strong market. The the world.\ (suarautml. Only For nearly;

.. and a terribly cough ,et i iu lie,,ides.: fruit was coming in good condition 2octs. :Sold: by Auti-Mouoply Drugtorl8UtI \' ,permanent and-.afecnre for Mau.oI.!: half a
D'H-Mw trt-ateti liiiu, but he grew although there was a searcitity and Tydiugs A ( 0. druggists. and Fe_er.i c.nttinsnopo1SOn. The' i
worse every Jay. At length we tried Anti-l'dodic, Appetizer and Strtt,. _
the demand always exceeded offerings. Presbyterian Social. .
'. ,l.yfcm'le; indchilrcn: kuu : fa
Dr. for "
KitxjV New Discovery con- J1 er s
IUIUI'Uuu, and our darluiir was saved. Strawberries !sold under a wide rangeof The ladies of the Presbyterian the fat glow and to hearty.faded etccka ; maka:* y

H* tl in now Mound and well.! Everybody : about Wi! ,40' the bulk of the best church will hold their monthly form; tasteless: easy to take. Seedst.aft

ought to know it'a the only sure arrivals bringing 30c. i church social at Mrs Jean Austin's 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 ct,. Dren groTUut famooi n mr
kind of .1I.t'ft'ry..bdt. M ,a byaii
cure fur rough, folJn and lung dis- Florida tomatoes, if fancy, scarce, on Ocklawaba avenue Monday, the ..l.xa der.s Liver Regulator cures Bilious- dtaleoi.{ lyul Mud: Ac"+utl.
.. Anti-Mo- it Headache poit..d.ree to&lI s"plaxuts.D.
cast. Cuarauteetl bj the Liter Constipation.Sick
$I( 50 case; eggplant, $" ,1. Marketon 16th, from three to rive. All ladiesof Torpid 11. FERBT: ,I;CO.Itctrvll. .
liftHy Drug Store and Tydiogand Price 2C Centi. For ala bi 1Ud.k .
Co., druretst. Trice 50c. and $1.00. green stuff very strong on fancy other denominations: and visiting.

I trial bottle free ti goods. ladies are cordially invited. Anderson, Druggist Ocala, Fla. .

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When you take <;r.e'Tasteless:

Are Traveler, \om. l., Auto Chill Ti-iiii hecaut. the +
formula is
Plant. RATTESU1i:
School Closes.-Farmer: Busy crate Men of LeUore. ;
: Dr. 8. H. HIiU-h, of Blitchton, was York Correspondent Visits the plainly printed on t'\'tory I. .Itl!,* showing I I
steamboat roustabout of
Items. The black
i< a I'ftmillellt'isitor to Ol.'dalonday.. ing Crops.- that it is liiflll'l.\| !In>n \1101) Quinine WATERMELON
Nickel Plate Show-What he the Mississippi is as much part and SEED
Rev.: P. J. Reve", filled his regular parcel of; the river as Is the water and in a tasteless form. :No: ('urr. :No 1'i.j I __
Saw and Didn't SeeOther -
1 Mr. Benjie Weathers spent Sunday ai>oiutment here Sunday. quite as necessary. There is an Impression Price, 50) cents. S Only PURE Strain" th, UA.t., 'tItt,
with friends at 1'alntka.Mr Items. -
that the roustabout Is a much
their fatefully nelKtrd Kr I"| ,
I Farmers are busy planting M :
a\ Special correspondence to the Ocala Banner. abused Individual an Inclination to 1 vaars \nothertsr.ety ''''.', .n .. '-
1 *. K. L. Peudf gross and children, crops.Oats. class him along with the slavellke circus i varieties 501)arref are. J'Urr WBI wed'_,,-r .hrr!: ..11IIIII":'
I Well here more :
t of Quititian, Git., are the guests ofMrs. are looking line. Land. This is holly wroDI,;. Thc 'Ul ,.c ice S-vC ', !'b,, ,. '"
I knocking at the door for admittance the roustabout Is traveler, nomad, autocrat I 11< in :i t. f...*. .'r '"ff' I.
J to .
i Wrnoii :Mr. W. E. Little has gone .
Hyatt. 'wnQ! 1""u. .
: man of leisure. lie is little seen .e ....
of to your happy corps of correspondents: ,hospital in Ocala, Dr. Izltr i w treatinghim on the upper river, but in St Louis. Cu. lit"tmr, td.! K'-mit t.\ ?" ',I tn. :< CuI.Jrn.tlL Martin, Hhirley
relative from the little town of York. This i ia is we hope he will soon be able to Memphis and Orleans there are enoughof rM. I I. BRANCH t
S. C. after a few day's visit
the times
him to man us many
t his home.Mr. EXPRESS Ctlumkii C..
in Ocala: returned home yes very small town and we know thereis return to boats as touch at thoM port, Yet "n tu, k rr r
had the mU- -- r i ii
Henry Chalker lower river packets have trouble m '- ii
i ii
terday. not much expected, out of little.
fortune to cut his foot la-.t week but hipping' ; full crews of the blat'ks. They: sjI

6 MeM. It :S.; Hall and J. W. Crosby So i if you don't rind much in this the wound is not serious. are compelled to ship for each tr\) separately (

J I went down to the southern sectiun of article you will not be badly disap- Miss: Mattie L1'ne, closed her school: bfiauae it doer not please the i i Gus. HacKer&Sofl a K
; rouster to take more than one trip in a
tlif J-t'Htu' Monday !afternoon for a l>oiuted. But say, I guess we had on the fourth of March! and said she mouth. The balance of the time lis 6Q5*

t short business trip. better describe! this small town. was not going to teach any more, she plays gentleman of affluence. On the I ,

school three terms and Memphis: levee I listened to a group of
e Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perry, of Dunn- W"ll, to begin with, it is situated has tough our the brawny fellows as they lolled with $4 :

;I ellon, who have been spt'llding8eVtral eleven miles west of Ocala on theS. I has made good progress and we are in the shade of. a freight pile. Not one ..- .. .rt a : 'I 4
I loose her. She i is a there who had visited
to very was nut some
r days in OcaU, left Monday for a S. 0. and G. division of the A. C. L verry sorry JWi2
nice intellige.nl lad andy we hope to time every point in the Mississippi val. ,

f visit to relatives at Pine. } ,)'., and sports three saw mills which see her do well. I IHILI. ley at which the steamboat calls. They T i

manufacture yellow pine lumber for JUMPER. were equally at home In Tittsburg or $S %
i Mies Addie Hanshioush, who has Sol Orleans. Little Hock or Chattanooga.In I
export and other wooden ware. :: ---- *
I beeu the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will little CiteEveryone Items. summer the roosters are fairly ,
I presume we might call this willing to work, though/ they exercise!
Hooker for a few days/ returned to from Citra has a good CH0S. E. ELUM & COMPANY,
f town the town of saw mill fame fine discrimination In the matter of ..r

I i her home at Leesburg Monday. all that word to say for it, and its people are boats, but in the fall, when steamersare 1 1
Well, saw mills are really not ;117 and ."illV.. Bay St. MANE
plentiful and labor scarce, they rACTI RFf.I Ia ; (t1I.rs.l
Mrs. Johnson and Miss: Johnson( York i is famous for. She has two full of hopefullness.The !.
j f become exceeding coy. They do not ( + li, Itilutl.M.uldlit
Jacksonville, fla.
Chicago, who were visitors to Ocala stores, postofliee, two blacksmith "Mansion"\ has been crowded gather around the hiring mate then. and Building ,Velerisl,

in the and restaurants during the entire.season which is a-i He has to come to them. They regard \Vindo\\ i'.tt't.
last winter, are again city shops, one hotel, two or three liltet
I coldly the monthly $40. -
average wage
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are with Mrs. C. J. Phillips on .South and a barber shop, by gosh: index in itself pointing to better times. They ask for $GO and even: for $!n). and A S /

Third street. Ye scribe visited the Brick City It has not had such a run since the they get it. If they hold a grudge -- .-- Purchase our make, which

big freeze. against the mate of a boat they demand II Guarantee Superior to
and last to we
Piof. R. L. Northeutt, who has bright early his discharge and get that too. Sold South and Thereby

grand performance of the worldfamous Mr. Henry Dunn has disposed of his Hut the moment, winter, Save Mon .
closed his dancing school in this city, summer or 'I: RememberI \
:: W. H. Harris', Nickel Plate orange grove and also of his home that the roustabout steps upon a steamers Offiice end
left afternoon for Boardman Wares..nr <>PUMM*
Sunday aetIt
funraetle his hours of ease are I ......
and other transfers in orange .
fehow. It cl'rtainlwas guilded but lace[ : i
for a few days before leaving for North done. lie works day and night a sort !" ,-- Chariest UEducation
\ Carolina. nary a bit of plate was on that :show. groves are reported.The of work no white man could stand for I q --- -

---- -- and people there now believe that even twelve hours. He sleep at (MltJmlnutt.s
Well, as I said, we came bright : E CAX sell the
1\. Mr. Charles W. rieabold, of Haiders- :! you
between \ lal
early to see this line !show, what do the entire southern fringe of the lake landings sprawled' oa by
t town, Mil., president of the Haters-! dock or cotton bale lie wears shirt- :; smallest article or aH .. .
I will be continuous bearing '1 : :
you suppose was the first thing that again : usually-trou irs and shoes and finds ...
town :Spoke: and Bending Company and the prices of lands them burdensome. lie aside his H Ii! carload of anything I ... !.!It..
mt't our gaze when we arrived} on the orange graves per'I ..utbrr raabt t-1 ..... ..
is in the I'ity, a guest: of the Montezuma powers of sight and reasoning;: retains : .. .-. -M.*
ground was a long line of canvas: I are moving up a pace. ''I taining to Hardware Iron ,' '.....
hotel. only ears and muscles and becomes a u Oft. VU1A : .. A L t taraa .......
-- -- !Wretched across::! a town lot and reaching --- ----- powerful machine, answering to the
A Great Gathering.In ::1 Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dna-
Mr. Ell Carmichael, of the Carmichael slightest inclination of a mate's wllL |
I as high as the telegraph 11'leand:! ;

and Sun Co., left Monday on this vast: amount of canvas:: was the! city of Tallaha on March Willis Gibson In Scribner's. I mite, Lime, Cement, Stoves.ITU'EXTYFIVE Jkl rf:1t .Illfj lf.l/'KAL&

t for Orlando to take charge of that i4_'E/ will occur a great gathering of Our Taper Mote}'. -- -
printed[ t pictures of what could beeen The man who Is ever ready to bet on .. .

,' firm's branch house recently openej, in their grand museum ; wild animals many of the choicest people of Florida anything said suddenly to a group of I CAULOADS .. .-. .. . -.

there. At that time and place will members of the club I'll bet a case of .... --_-:'...., .t!,.. .' 1_'
of the world "'4
tf the forest and jungles ( IN OUR 'lit: It _- .'
occur the State Sunday School Con catchup to a bottle of curry powder .
j Mr. Herbert C. Jones who recently I -
also some slight of hand performances! ,
that there Isn't a man In the party that WAREHOUSE(

lur"hc'St'J the Stuart property on mind reading and !so on. Well, there vention. Beside many local l speakers!, can name the denominations of United I FUNERALDIRECTORS.
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South Third and \Vautula !streets.' He Sir. Marion Lawrence, general secretary States paper: money." .\1110.-1. and all -
was a woman, no, a man, standing on I I
of the International :Sunday were abashed when he mentioned ?1,
contemplates ending an elegant the grand stand ; a hand full of tickets 52, $:3;, 10, $:!O.0, $luo $000. $1.C m. .
School Association North BAIRD HARDWARE! CO.
,. home on same at an early! day. for sale. He was balling out tickets covering $:SOte: ) and SlOOUO.Iost: men are unaccustomed I -.-

America, will be present; and also to handling notes above r Hate kolliocl of Uo>oi,< *MM* see tan*
J Dr. D. B. Hartshorn, <>f Cincinnati, here for the grand museum where Gainesville Florida. I gull of every >l,"",cloD *,*.st.1 l tl .......
$100 and few I
the world famous leader of song, Prof. ever saw one $10UXL) ,* Ohio, \\ho formerly resided Brooks.v we could see animals from! the forestsof ) : Xew York Press. .
> Escell of -.- Embalming to Ortl.. .
E. 0. Chicago.: En'ryun. -- ---- ,
I' ille and who has large properly interests the world. Also curious people from -
School in the state should be '- .
day rep- ------ ,
in that section and in other f foreign hinds and wound up by saying ----- -'-
f'sell1ed.'e predict there will be a
portions of the state, i* a prominent we could see a snake that was toO
For and
large programs
visitor! to Oeala.! and so many inches around and romany
further partifuurs :tu.ply| to \\'. X. FACTS ARE NOT FUTILEicici
feet long and weighed a hundred
Marcus: Frank, the popular' ad- Sheatsstate president, Tallahassee,
and eighty pounds, so we wantedto
the Bo..tollSture
verti-iiug manager or H. H. Sa: net, secretary, Jackson
has accepted a position as see all this, most especially the ville. 1 'ljJ'ililly they lew to he satiny of! lullnr in !y
wonderful inakl'to purchased tickets

wholesale traveling representative dry goods house ot u, and M. Louis will accordingly and went in ; but Danger of Colds and Grip. See what I hove to offer you and be fully eon ";'".

o The danger from colds and
when enteredthe
r = start his 1st. guess our surprise we
on new Vh'atinupril
grip i is their resulting in pneumonia
t i f -- ; tent ; at first we found the place +l
:. if reasonable tare il used, however,
i Mrs. L. L. Ferns, of Cincinnati,
: comparatively empty except a coupleof
and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i is!

::' Ohio, is a recent arrival to Ocala aud tables: two persons! a wagon containing taken, all danger will be avoided. I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-date line of

is a guest at the Club House. Mrs. a cage with an old lioness and Among the tens of thousands who I,

Ferris came to Ocala for the benefit tier cubs and a camel whicH comprised have, used this remedy for these!' diseases -
Goods aiicl
we have to learn of a singlecase Di-y Groceries
.. of her health and title is very muchdelighted ail the beasts:: of the forest and
I having resulted in pneumonia,

i it with our climate jungles of the world. Now, hereis which shows conclusively: (that it is: a which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties, at the

j :\IiIinnie: CHUord, who has been where our surprise came in, where! certain preventative of that dangerous -
r most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that tin dayis
spending some time in Ocala with her was that large snake? We looked in disease. It will cure a cold or an

sister, )lu. Robert: Taylor, returned to every corner, in every box and behind attack the grip ia less time than hero when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you
any other treatment. It is pleasant
I' her home at Kustis: Monday after every curtain for that wonderful and safe to take. For sale by AntiMonopoly this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will

Loon. She was accompanied home snake but did not see him. Finally, '
Drug Store. supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATIONS, SHoKe,
the ticket seller in and
," by Mrs. Taylor's little daughter.Mrs. judging
from his size around and weight we Another Land Sale. HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The prices hall be
A. H. Bur, of Chattanooga,

Tenu., arrived in Ocala Tuesday concluded that he ment sneak instead Messrs. K. C. Xiddleton and Bro. made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall bo sold. See us.VMLflfthL1hf .

of snake and that he was the sneak. consummated a sale yesterday to the
afternoon and is the guest of her
We Ocala. Manufacturing Company of
were badly discouraged but as
cousin, Mrs. (J. M. Hubbard. Laterin

the week Mrs. Miller and two we were out for the day we decidedto 3,500 acres of pine timber lands near

take in the show Weir Park
large purchased
daughters, of Louisville, Ky., will
tickets and in. The Ocala Manufacturing Company .
arrive in the city to visit Mrs. Hub. went Well as it had
bar i. not started we decided it was no bet. will at once erect a saw mill upon

ter. But as I said before we were out same and continue the manufacture
Capt. T. H Johnson has fifty acres
for the day, and were in no hurry, we of lumber, crates, box material!, etc.
in watermelons! near the city limits in ,
took seats and waited not expectingvery The price paid for abe land was Lsr .... .
the direction of the school house, and ..
much. So here was another 4500. ,
the .plants are coming up nicely. I 1in/- I
surprise, for as when the circus began Speaking: of the treatment of criminals
1. This i is a pleasant sight for the Cap
we found it the best we had ever the Philadelphia Enquirer says. : ,.p
s tain and later on in the season this ,
seen before. "What is the future of this man? '> c
patch will be the delight of the small -I.-
boy. T. F. Mann, the superintendent for This problem is constantly: coming up ,

Mann Lumber Co., of this place, spent and it is sad to see that there is little
\ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Bird of :
L 4
last Sunday in Berlin visiting! his progress made towards solving it. No ', -
i Brooklyn former residents of TMlftMT
father-in-law, Mr. 0. W. Mills.! business:: mat wants to employ an
rrited in the city: Monday and are
W. W. Mann of Mann Lumber
ex-convict; if he is a professionalman :
guestat the Ocala House and
Co., spent one day last week in Duun- no one cares for his services.

remain here a week. Mr. and Mrs. ellon.J. .
seems almost no avenues of employment -

Bird have been spending the past few S. Mann, the head of Mann for him. What can he do. Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of

weeks most delightfully at Nassau, Lumber Co., spent last Friday In the ----- different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very beat to be had
Miama So Sweet and Taste!
Palm Beach, St. Augustineand Brick City soliciting orders for his Pleasing,

Jacksonville. After completing company.The Mrs. C. Peterson. 625 Lake St., for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of pure fine Coffees, and Teat,

i i their visit in Ocala they will returnto farmers of this section are busy Topeka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low t

to their home in Brooklyn.r Horehound Syrup, says: "It has 1

r planting corn and working cucum- I never failed to give entire satisfaction prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try 1M. Ij I II

'r w often you hear it remarked : and setting tomatoes. Oh, we are : and of all cough remedies, it is my j

t e e a "It's only a cold," and a few days hustlers in this little town. We rise favorite, and I must confess to my

later that the man is on his back at 4 o'clock in the many friends that it will do, and
morning hustle
with pneumonia. This is of such till 10 or 11 o'clock at has done what is claimed for it-to extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters when "** e

1 f Common occurrence that a cold, however night. speedly cure a cough: or cold; and it is

slight, should not be disregarded. SlLVERITE. so eweetand BO pleasing in taste." 25c, come to Ocala. We are always glad to see you and shake your baud. Ark fa

.F ; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy counteract The Mutual-Life SOc, and $1.00 bottles at The Ahti-Mo-

onia. *It any always tendency cures toward and Is pleasant pneum. of New York paid Insurance to its Company policy nopoly. m S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

to take. Sold by Anti-Monopoly holders in this state for death claim Sumter county is said to have thetar ,
Drug Store.
m during the
year 1902 fS8.690.92.
f geat orange grovcin the rid. .

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' " " " " " '" ," : A Pleasant Reception. Gone to His Reward. I .......-.+.....'*.......;.4 4:..... t-. .v't t. t- t s i- t t t. t t-. t t- i 1 4 i1 1t..li.. -.

-- "tf""t"I! Thp reception given to Rev. and The large nuoibcr who attendedthe I f .A CHANGE.
. ;
.. --- -- ,, Mis Hannah at the residence of :Mr. funeral of Judge T. D. Crawford I ..

=-= I' and MrC.. A. Liddon on Ocblawana from hit late residence showed the I Is tie rsrar Ihs :f czr aiTsruserer.* iras raie cij ta til* ..

E" r I avenue Friday wan one of the largest I high esteem in which he was! held by f:V aiTiitaje sf aa ezre'Jsst cpr.ii.7 t: :-." attests t: owSafs ...

i e== :::1 and moat delightful functions that the citizen of thi :rst ::eThey fact That the rare fcpa -.t ..

;.. -r I I community.The "!,. "r--" a.e.a' I-..... j.-T.-..7 a-w e7"..," :'.ass :r. w....'?.......'.... -,,2I tt7KtH ..
witnessed in
was perhaps ever Daughters of the Confederacy if tie .
r CTTS: Taits tiss.MrxROK .
; v tit'. I ard Confederate: Veterans attended 9f .

IN A BOX : I lie :guests were met at the door by I in a body, thus attesting their -* sr CHAMHMSS, :

Mi>. Lkkl.iQ and_inhered into the reception admiration for his record as a soldier -f'. \NKKK8*-. ..
\ ==::
I It worn and introduced to Mr. which is the rich legacy he leaves to ... OCALA. FLORIDA.' ..
S=: If you want t-> write a nice letter you ran .1'1! it if you Lave ::! I ; .

, : ::- IIKI? sanntwry You're in a box if yon haven't the paper anti I and Mr. Hannah by Mrs. Liddon. country. this "*'*'" of ..., ;. 10 .. to .... ...... t .. .. .. .. ;.. '" .. . ... i> .. t t-"...eii'fitttf .

:: paper H in a tore $:x if you huy |it here.V have many !ryle y I Among three who helped receive I There was also a large concourse of I "

I were Mrs. H. C Grove, Mrs. B. J.I I citizens in their civic aud individual I .... .. .
POSTOFF1CE DRUG STORE. it t < t i f-! ttfttr..1Itti.trttiitt :
/ IiI Potter Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Mrs. E. capacity.
: THE CLUB ] JOL SE. : -
j L. Carney Irs. J. C. Porter and Mrs. Tb. funeral ceremony was conducted ....
, -_. _-- -- t
I -I W. V. Xewaom. by Rev. Henry W. Little and -- .1 t

I d The elegant:. home was beautifully I after reading tbe impressive ceremony : OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. '' I'
Ocala Florida. '1
-: I decorated: with pot plants, ferns flow- to the deal from the prayer ::
I ::. ::: .,. ..
f .r..- 1 I'rsl1d a variety of evergraens.Uefre book he delivered a beautiful eulogyto *. Cuisine First Clas'i.i. Rates Rea, 'l1a: t .1. ., f

f I >hiuents, consisting! of chocolate tbe deceased and referred in touch *.f
I ::: I sandwiches cites and bon mote, ing language to his life as a soldier, .

I -1 1I were :..-rved. and each guest was decorated civilian and Christian. Speeial Rates Bv Week or %(ontL. t

I r.1I1IIihlmmllljlImlhl\ I \ \ \ \\ \ II1111111111111111111111ilillllllllhlyrTo \ \ I with bunch of violets. Those who bore the corpse to its I -,. ::1,

TVwho served were Mrs.: T. E. lust resting place were !bj. .G. .I. i 1 I MRS THOR J. BARNES.: 'R..P. : '11

-- THIS PAPER WILL NOT I \1 rs. N. M. AllrEd and inf.nt daughter Biggs) Mrs. H. C. Jone-, Mrs. E. McIntosh Hubbard, E. P. Tuajpird, Isaac Stevens 'i J -.-. F s l. . .4i. . . . .... -. -{ . . ....

f AWN. AT THE FEET OF THE MA.V WHO I returned ratunUy fiom a few i I Mi* Mary iteardon, MiaFl'Tfie s. T. Sistruuk, J. U. Spurliu, J./II J : ,

SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERIT .I IKAt day's visit; to y iss.: Lutie smith at {I Crook aud bliss: Johuuie Lid. I I T. Lancaster. j jMr = .........o-..., :::>d."" ___ _'\, 4 _= ____ ,> ..... :'
THE TOP OF THE LULL; NOR Donald Melver acted funeral
BEACHED: Anthony.Marion's. don. B:; ,

WILL IT KICK THE MAN WHO IS GOING I, Miss Mary Reard m, MIM! Johnnie 1 director. i' THE NEW DRUG STORED. :
IT. good roads, movement baa t 1 :1:1I
DOWN Liddon, Miss Georgie t t inith and The Casket was covered with ev tr I
-- had much do with
-- === stimulating a
=:=: = Mrs. J. P. Hilhurn s.&ug sweetly some greens and flowers, tokens of love diid H. BRnWX, [).. Preprtt t ,r,
;Jin SSA3SS H133S..oai Siitor sentiment for good roads in all parts
very prettymgi and Miss :Mattie affection from sorrowing relative :t.Ltl.
of the state.After .
-" Williams: rendered some very nice I friends.
ABOUT TOWN. -- ------- I I I Is now open and ready to serve the public with Pur- FrrUDrugsat !
HAPPENINGS\ twenty years of continuous selections on the violiu. Judged; by the deeds done in the of
the corner :South: Magnolia! street and Ft. King J Javen
I service: Conductor W. H. tfiebert has There were three hundred invitations body Jude Crawford's reward: will :: uYe have a pretty line of HOLIDAY (JOUlS. m

r i 'ol Oti T.
JUk4Iovtll. I Air Line railuy. three hundred persons present. we invite shoppers to inspect ot'fonmakml their pun ha: .'-> 1 .:
f I
I )lr. and Mrs. Hannah were given a Chicago Glee Club. j
and 1 1varirtie' Mr. Louis Volk:, of Dunuellou, 11
sizes '
fern! and I'alms iu many most cordial welcome and mutt have Tile greatest success ever madey

at the Greenhouse. stepped iu oo us Friday. We are hem delighted with their reception. an educational institution ;in Floridawas : : CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR! SPECIALTY j t

-- -- pleaded to note that be is rapidly recovering I = .... ..... 1
f The evening was most delightfullyspent scored by Stetson: University, : .... .... ., .I'I!! -
kale i* rapidly pUnlni !a biz repu- his health. Jj
and it was in every way a most session of 1900 1801, when it employedthe j
t&ttoM i. .a mule and hor e market.Mr. .
-- -- Mrs. Will Hockeraud infant daughter cbarmiuz aff.iir. Chicago Glee Club for an entire -

l>. H. Yaneey, representing ha\e: returned from a, several --- -- --- -- week. I TRUNKS !IDo 1 i ;

BBtatlrrtt\, wu IL business visttor to week's visit: to Mrs. Mocker's sister A Sworn Statement Tbe lovers of good muic will enjoy -j The

Qt ala Firday.Mi Mrs.( E. H. Mote, at L eeailur:;. This is to certify that on Monday, the greatest treat ever given in Ocala you trrvt'IDo you want a good iruuk? ''I.i
J We have a tot of good truukn that we will
the 2S day of October, 1901, I purchased and no one can atford to miss it. otter at "r..elallpw prices v"> hile they lat. Ocala I x

*. B..1. Weathers and SimsHaase Mrs. D. E. Melveraud her fruits, of The Racket Company, A Good Metal Trunk
I Dye were visiting reUtittsatOWTowu ; Mr. and Mrs. theueck. of North Fla., a pair of their Tomahawk Brand expensive, the Lyceum manazemeat A Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00 r;

Carolina, returned Friday afternoon A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00 furniture
Friday. penitentiary made hor? and that I is determined to keep the price of
Leather bound br ., trimmed trunks at pmportional
I fI from a few day' visit to Tampa.Mr. I have worn them continuously ever I reserved seals down toT )cents for one

fI' MIM (Hla Barnes! returned Friday I I tbe Also valise-: and : .. \!pri'l"C t 0 :
I' < acre, and th* upper| and soles ire week more and all members of mpa ny
A. R. Griffin merchant and Th..art-"II Bit.; B.-\HcL-\I\'l101: l Wr tuvr
t fpMii vi(-it to' Mn' R ese Liuday s'i! 1 iu gd i-omliU"! ; ant it U u.y Lyceum must avail iln-niMflvfs of I II C other io" lall1at

I I at Ck'A't'U., strawberry grower of Aulhuny aud I belief that they are good for three I this privilege within the next week. I I
t -- our former excellent county trt.lurf'r.mad I I :
.,I month more wear. This is fourteen Prof. Yarn and otbt'rsho have AT OCALA F1o IDA
Before eadinir away for flowering this office a pleimnt call Fri. 1
mouths wear that I hare alra>1y received heard the Chicago Glee Club pronounce _..... _
tad oroameoUl pima, compare day. n -"" ''''' -- _
--- it the best musical company
prkws with the Ureenhou from these shoes, whose original ; -
. Mr. D. E. Potter of Willimantie Florida.Ha .
cost wa: $1.4S. that they hive ever heard in Small School Libraries. :> Jennings a Shrewd Politician.;
If same little men were half as big Conn., who has been making! his I. P. STEVENS. j I
The proposition to "t-.juipnur rural ) <(< ioveruor Jfiiniiig-4 know politic >
U their talk they \\oild have to ride annual: visit to OcaU, aui who has: Connor, Fla. I Has Never Been to Ocata. I
schools with small libraries, conies KM well to permit it to try koowatfcat .
ta balrSt' been a of the Ocala H.iuse left Sworn to and subscribed before me
a ; : Car.Yrll. guest gentleman who has recently -
An elderly from the Hon.IV.. D. Cam Marion he wants the eoatorial oonusattoH
Januarv :, 1903. W. W. CLYATT, :
T. O. Wiley. o' Orlando U: the I Friday tor his home.Mrs. (Seal) Notary Public. invested in a winter home in county's energetic superintendent of this early. The premature flftadMwte

guest of her "i"tt'r.1 u. Ethel Booe, |i W. B. Watson ant I little son, Orlando aid, "I have triveHed in public instruction ; and w on- that always finds that his friends hv .1.
at the Moutexum hotel. *ho have lieu tbe guests of Mrs.Vats Mr. C. H. Dame left Saturday for nearly all foreign: countries; I am should have been made and acted i, haunted themselves when tk* ...1 '

Mr. and -Mrs.- '--W.- T. White, of I \ / u's sister Mr-t C. E Ab-on for Peusacola t<> represent Ft. King Lodge as familiar with London, Paris Rome Droll long. I, 'outeat arrives.-PtbtkaUeraW. ".... ?

No. 14, W. O. W. at the annual en- and Berlin as [ am with the streetsof There is all the difference in tbe .
I several months, went to their home
fewklaml Main*, are the guests
campment of Division I of this my native town I have seen the world between the mental equipment !!
Holder .
Mr. and Mrs Will Hucker. at Saturday.Mr. I In the center piece raffle i Friday
---. excellent order. This division Includes best of Europe and yet I have never of the child brought up in our atmosphere .j
by Mrs. E. P. Tuuke the .-.lit..r ..f taw
:Mr J. C. Mathews: of Fler iin:ton, C. W. Turner, of Anthony a the lodges of Alabama South I seen a place that suits me so well as of books and that of the child I II '
I I paper was requested to 1*- 1.itu.t..I:! "M
'.I.-. tit known man in the county, prosperous farmer and trucker, was in I Carolina Georgia and Florida, repre-I the climate of Florida and the location cast away upon the desert_ shores of
v& liD msrltreet8lo'rid.1y.l.lr Ocala Saturday and contributed his senting a membership of about ICO.GOo.Ihere : I and appearance of Orlando. I illiteracy doomed to intellectual- J investigation it w.i* a...- lil'l..t

I quota in assisting the Ocala Banner to will be over three hundred dele j I| propose to spend the winters of my vatiou, and finally to 'liat peculiarly j Mr .
that L. R
'nazsl ht-l-l
M.I- !.i,4l
\ his
Fiaae able to be at
wa I proudly float for another year. gales present at this m..etiug. The j:! offensive form of intellectual. pride I I
I'Ufp of busmena Saturday for the here.- cate number !and i-uow! the nN.rr of
Mr. J. L Waller representing i I Ocala lodge bail been rapidly growing !'I which springs from that comprehen- > ,
iir I >' time in several weeks. I this haud-< )me pie of em r<-, !t''r.
in uumt.ers and interest for the i olive all rnbr:1i'iul i ignorance and
Batey Bros., the famous pecan nur- past :!I :
I I Base Bait.I .
Prepare your flower beds now, ferti- serymen, is in tbe city and is making year and is now oneof the largest: in !, stupidity, against which, as the great S. Pryaer. III' I k.tla. the 8'.Pv-r "nod

!'r teem freely, buy your plants at contracts to put out a large numberof I the State. I,I The Ocala Base ball team and the Gerni, "even the ;sueeee-flll! 1"oltl.t) prntl.\ of
the t ;ireeohousa to fill them. team will play two '
acres in pecans: in various sections ; ; I Stetson University gods art powerless. thfcEl Tropii-o 1 14-trComjmny: for
A of i
-- ----- meeting stockholders of the
the South '
: )Ir. TbooHuA. Ediaon, the great of this county. Oeala JT; held games of ball in Ocala on The details of SuperintcndeutCam's Brick City, after: brief vi"it hrrr lit
--- -- company Saturday -
Third street diamond this afternoonand p! n-whieh baa already proveD the interest of lUll firm pr'M-.-.-tj
it toveutor. and his family are at theirtut Mr Sanford Jewett came down Sat i I and the following officers electedfor
tomorrow afternoon. These successful in Marion eouutyIwill Friday to High ; .. !
| pnnjt ai.t < "art
a home at Fort from Gainesville
T Myera. urday to spend Sunday the
I ensuing year: President, A. E.
I will be the opening games of the sea- be found in another column and }[ points. He reports a good tr.. 1.-.
I with his parents. He was accompanied -i Boardman of New York
W Three salesmen and ; vice-presi- ; and will no doubt prove very attention\'
ANTED- good : .I son should receive the earnest: Gainesville Sun.
by his iriend. Dr. Pierwm, f J dent R. L. Anderson of Ocala t t
eolkctor. App'y' to linger Sewing : I interesting ones. The Ocala base ball of all who are in -any way interested I --- -
of that who will be his
place I I
guest superintendent and manager, J. A. i'! forward to the Mrs. Frank A. Traglte *ut.rtHMd
blaeluae Ca. Oa, Fl.u 363twlt I enthusiasts are looking in the cause of popular education in j jour
I for the day.Moses Campbell of Oat The board of I with a great deal of interest.Mr. a few of her lady friend informally at

UiB'i If it'ii Stcmach abilious and attack Liver, take: Tablets Chmber-anda I Emory and -Sims, who are I directors consists of the above gentlemen I games At own Charles county.Rea
quiet recovery te certain. For sale i spending the winter at Orange Late and Walter and Stewart.Wood of r Geo. P. E. Hart, formerly editorof a thing into which some man has put her guest Mrs. L. d Brook, of May.

by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m I the guests of Mrs. W. H. Hopkins, I Philadelphia. the Belleview News-Letter, and his best thoughts in his best words I nard, Mas The afterauou was mart

not Ocala H inner continues: to add I after a short stay in this city at the later a dispenser of the Welter systemof and "the worst book ever written is | pleasantly spent with social ,.ouvrna-

film** to its subscription book The 1 OcaU House, returned to the Lake I :Mr. and Mrs. Edgar. Bird are here curing diseases, is now editor of the better than the average mall talk of tion, tea drnkiof, eie.

for their visit, which they have It is
regularly ,.Gai a
Saturday afternoon. gylvania t Telephone. "
p* I made each winter season since looking and speaks Hon. M. L. Payne of FairueUJ, VM
s ** It.Mr.. 1 Mr. L. L. Hopkins, of Danbury: I, prosperous paper there are, even in these days of Hocall-
they went to Brooklyn N. Y., to re well for its new editor. Success! to Mr. who in town Saturday and says that "'-wy-
L. L. Meg", merchant prince Conn., who has a winter hume at I ed "popular education can
side. They will only be here for a Hart in his latest venture is the that they read body in his neighborhood : rliMy
<>f Orange Spring, was among the Belleview, after a most pleasant: I week, as they have spent some time Oeala Banner's wish. truthfully say at work and say they hav l lowat.: :
their life and who have
; book in ; ,
has returned
to his northern
prntutaeut vtoltor* to the Erick City ,
on a trip to Miami Pain Beach and discovered that the way to 't ItIllI !C't
home. The Ocala Banner follows I : moreover sunk so low in the mtelleetu'll -
Friday. _-- -_ I i several other coast resorts. Their Mrs. B. T. Perdue enjoyed this is go after them, M keep 011 ,t!ictlluK
II .
scale to
I him. \ as pride
t At the request of iu many: friends friends will find them at tbe Windsor week a visit: from her friend, Mrs. C. for big crop
the fact.: -Pensaeola Journal.
the i ;ireenhoUM} have decided to eon- I Lost= Reward. I Hotel, where they will remain during V. Waugh of Lake City and com- -----
tmue choice Feels Sore.
carrying a variety Pot
> t several thousand: dollars invested their visit.-Times-Union. plimented her with a beautiful tripto Mr. C. T. Dye who for a yiat pwit
r Haute. The people of Bradford county feel
i ((and lost) in lands in Marion county I -- Silver Springs and-down the Oek- baa been in the lumber bglllrtt at
the fact that: their candidate
sore over
f* care a] toll in ana day. without having first obtained an Those short horns: brought from lawaha to Palatka and return, and Silver Springs is m'1killg ...rations .
I J. T. Wills, was not named as Lamar'i@uecessor.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- abstract of title from the Marion Lake City by Messrs. L. P. }Miller Z. these ladies are unanimous! in saying to return to his home h a Iadiaaa.
Of con>e oue can never
l Jti, All drusgbu refund the moneyif t County Abstract Company.. For reward C. CharnblUs, T. T. Munroe and H. L. that the trip i h as pictures-pe, weird please everybody, and this the gov- He U a moat pl AAut gad 1M

It fallen: to cure. E. W. Grove's see another column. Anderson are real beauties and will do and romantic as the moet Actuated: ernor undoubtedly knew.-Palatka we are glad he !1tempht. rig

.iutur" is: on each box.-33c I, I. N. EXPERIENCE. I much in improving our native breeds. tourist claims it to be. Times-Herald. i in about a year.



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Favors Immigration to Our State.- ,, Will Meet at Trinty MethoJUt Church, Talla- I Increased Appropriations Necessary to Wabash Situation Unchanged-Otlicr: ,O f
Maintain Soldiers' Home. Roads Not Concerned.SL II
i hassee. Jo'40nuaIarca: 24-27 i.joj.
The Negro Becoming a Burden. I Atlanta, March 7.-It Is expected Louis, March 9.-Far into the
j The following distinguished visiting that the trustees of the Soldiers' home night the attorneys of the iiainuu-n

To the Editorof Ocala BannerI I!i co-n'orkers will bs there.: Mr. Marion will ask the legislature at its com and firemen were busy in the uuu! I F E ET

Lope our uewly elected! senators ]j; Lawrence General Secretary International ing summer session to give the homean aration of the petition on which the j ;it ..
and representatives Lave read and additional appropriation for main motion fur a dissolution of the:: injunction .
I Sunday School Association ; tenance for the current, >ear. will be based. '

appreciated Mr. lteardoe'sartieles on Dr. James Atkin*, Editor Sunday The legislature at its last sessioncut : At 9 o'clock this morning with a INSTANTLY RELIEVED( QUICKLl; ULDarac

i t "immigration" and will bring the I School) Literature. Dr. H. M. Hamil, the appropriation down $2.500 iv- corps of stenographers they took up '
matter to the consideration of our l fag/; only $12.f( (). This amount it the work again but they said they
I Superintendent Training worK of the is stated even with the most rigid could not definitely state just when

i next legislature, and! adopt some plan \f. }'.. Church South } rof. i K. 0. economy, will be sufficient only to the answer to the injunction will be nph! :

r \ \by whichinImigrautscan induced l I j Excel, leader of song. maintain those veterans 'now in the completed. The attorneys have the

} to&ettleinour state. He mu t he a I home. There are many applicationson entire field now and nothing will be
State Officers Hon.V.. N. Sheal,
I ; file with the trustees, but they do- done until they are ready to file the 1
selfish blow minded individual
: or i
very 1'resideut ; Tallaha-: Fla. ; H H.Sasuett not feel 1 flat they can admit any answer to the United States district A Soothing Cooling Healing
l who cannot appreciate the necessity Jacksonville Fla others unless they are assured; of sufficient court. The members of the grievance RemedyReduces i
I : Secreetary ; funds to maintain them. the Swelling Removes d:i Soreness. St< ps: the Burn rout ,
of SUCH a movement, or be impressedwith ; committees are about the corridors
J. Watkins, Chairman Executive Fever and Inflammation, Prevents Bad Odor, Strr ate,, t't
of the conferring
of increase
the I great advantage an Committee, Micanopy, Fla. BIG FIRE IN YORK STATE. among themselves and patiently waiting tion, Keeps the Fee::: warm and Crmfortab.e: '

in our population at a lime INFORMATION for of the l.. instrument
CiEXEHAL the completion gal
Policemen Motormen Conductors
when thousands! of acres of our bestlaud : I 1. The Railroads have granted a Narrow Escape of Guests From Large At the Wabash general offices I [ Clerks

'. : .i :are lying useless for the I returning! rate of one-third full fare Hotel. President Ramsey and the roads I and all trose'Aho and CT ter:: : i l<_',' j. gre..t cc... s -. ,- .
I! Watertown, X. Y. March 7.-Fire legal advisers are simply waiting for PARACA11PII1their i i
tie of hvr ff
want of laborers! to cultivate them, | plus:} cents to all who purchase first today destroyed the Otey house, one the counsel of the grievance committees .s r : r ? :
Gives Instant Relief to Corns, Bunions and I rro. t ttttr
t when our taxesarehigh and the expenses I class tickats to Tallahassee at the regular of the largest hotels in this city and to act. The employes are working .

t of our government increasing.Good tariff rates provided as many as i completely gutted the numerous storesin as usual. Regarding a rumor We Guarantee every bottle to do
the block. The hotel was crowded that HIP other roads will join in shoulda
) reliable white labor would answer tickets and! from What we claim for it. If it fails your money will be ref untied
fifty purchase procure with guests and narnr
many escapes strike be declared, Vice GrandMaster .
250. Soc .L..il.UOllu.lyrL1o:>> A"- AI.U ..uu..I>M. ..
4 the requirements of the first the selling agent a certificate (receipt) were reK>rted. Lee of the Brotherhood ofTrainmc.l y I'i
Peter W. Van rUJit, of this
i city, wascon1lneu ) said:
while good iudustaioua German See ticket
want of the standard form. your
to hid, be] on the fourth Talk of other roads! joining us in '
American settlers would: give' advance that if chance 'or .att. 13 iniiVluii |M,!3 Unit hurt
I agent in so by floor sick, and was let down by ropes. a strike is ah!>lIr.i. The! only! way

tiabetautial in sharing the taxes, he has not been supplied with thesestandard All the other guests were rescued by that could\ arise would be in a road --....- ".. .......-. ..-- .r ,__ _

and helping to defray the state's ext form certificates and instructions moans of fire ec apes and ladders. assisting a road on which strike! is r
\ Had the fire occurred l at right, agreat declared. by :sensing. men to fill thestriker
I penses. The negro is no longer a ,. about rates he may secure loss of life would undoubtedly :; iilats. .

t i! reliable laborer or help to the farmer j them iu time. occurred. The flames partially destro HUBBARD & MACDUFF
I >'t-d the Fairbanks blocks, adjoining
Be would rather live half naked or t :2.! Every Evangelical Sunday ERNEST JONES: IS DEAD.
the hotol! The total loss is fsti-
: half starved upon a blackjack, gopher I Fehool[ (white) in Florida is entitled matt;] at S2uo+In. and i is tw thirds HARDWARE'Doons
infested acre of laud than work at treasonable one delegate for each fifty memberi I Ii covered by insurance Well Known Atlanta Eoy Succumbsto

f t' i I Guntshot Wound. SASH: AXJ i I.I: ; :; t ,
wages upon the farm. He j i i or fraction over! twenty-five, of its elli >, \ ; f
I WILL PLEAD INSANITY. A'Lllia. AlcUili( ''. I'M! f". : .Juif'VOf! \
payii but a small portion of the taxes: ;i rolltueut counting teachers nod -- ; ,. I
.1.0,111',1. ih.-
u'i il ( m.iiii.i! : ; :4 tit I ,)(loi-k
; while receiving the benefits of education !,j: pupils. Knapp's Relatives Declare Him Mentally i.t fit .Viuu-ia dt} 11:1: ,.l1tl1.: ILRBEl'n F, CTT! AM'' ]i I -MKM: I. 1

Unbalanced. Throughout! the citht! th.earn !
at the white man's expense, I I All ministers and superintendent ; I
I!I Hamilton, 0.. :March 7.--Alfred A. nmn', condition!: had been ext!enH'Y! \runlL: PALYOILS. ,- : t \ !. I
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and is thus becoming: a burden iu- i i I in j charge or ex ottiieo who will attend Knapp, the self-confessed murderer, critial! and his phY.idDS gave up

I I stead of a help. 1 1I j the convention. was visited today by his attorneys:! i every hope! of ilela.Mng!: the <-ii'I 1. At th* i

I r The absence of this vast body that I| 3. All delegates; who present properly from Cincinnati. They say they can. i timp ui" fiN: death there were! with him \ VAuNIbHKrv" AT j jLANTIC I I .: Ai-] if i

t i not get ready for the preliminary hearing hi:? brother, Honar-1 l!, and his aunt, f
t used to Cultivate our fields, and its :j i certified credentials that they this week. There is no doubt Mrs.I S. A. .lone, of this city. : : vuuTKLEAf: I *, I .'. D \1.1 I 1 It'ItlklI. I

.- withdrawal from the productive re- i j I are authorized representatives of whatever about the defense pleading The body of Ernest Jones will be

t fcources IIf tile state is a serious drawback : :Schools insanity. His fourth wife, parents, brought to Atlanta tonight arriving ALL KINDS OF i
t' j i; White Evangelical Sunday brother sisters and brothersinlawwill here at 8 o'clock. j i '( ( U\(

i to the wealth and progress! of I will receive free entertaiment. all testify that Knapp has not Ernest Jones was one of the most

ourcouutry, and until its place: can I It 4. All Sunday:; School worker., been right mentally since he was popular young man of the city, and hada GLASS AND PUTTY. IIEATKI'iLT;' I I t ,
kicked by a colt when he was five large crcle of fremls.
be reliable labor its
supplied by more
t I It whether delegates or Dot, are cordially
old.Knapp .
years His death was caused by a stray IRON PIPES AND FITTINGS AND) 1LN\\I i
evil effects will become K:. I
more upparant j of the
j invited to attend the session is
t : as indifferent in jail as shot from a. ritle in the hands of one

and destructive. When we owned I i j CIIII vt'tl tiOll. <.:ever playing cards and reading and of three: members of the Augusta state 1
1! apparently the most cheerful of all the militia EVERYTHING L1'H1'.ILt: \ \ dl I
I the labor and the land, a dread of ">. Every Sunday School entitled to company, who were at target
I practice. The aclcdent occurred while
E ; competition was some excuse: for the ilIytt.'m j should select its delegates
|representatives making an inspection of some mill N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, i 1:1 ii-r- rt' i.i ; ';
of isolation that kept out i immediately and prepare its AFTER MONEY AND ARMS. po/eny: | for the Southern Inspection!
:- all foreigner?, buthen) we found I statistical) report to send m by theu.: -- Bureau of this city MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC BLUE FLAMK OIL -M!
Representative of Southern Chinese
0 ourslvecUtlVrsuij: from unreliable I 6. The names of the delegates Rebels Will Soon Land Here. .

labor\ atid cultivating our lauds: : from whether elected of such Sunday Victoria, B. C., March 7.-The reportis SAVANNAH WANTS BIG MILL. -

; I the I current among the local Chinese -- LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICESWEEKLY
negro's standpoint and not from t Schools are ex officio delegates, should
merchants that the object of the coa Forest City Sports Working To Get
t the white man's it becomes necessary |1 |be reported at once by each: Superiu- Ing of Lung Kai Chew, first lieutenantof Jeffries-Corbett Fight Hubbard & Macduff Ocala' Fla.iilll .

} to look out for help from any available' I telldt'nt to Rev. \V. E. II. Mabry, Bang Yu Wet to this country is to Savannah, Ga., March \U.-The Savannah ,

quarter. We must look to the lesjis-I{ (Chairman Entertainment Committee tccumulative funds for the rebel movement Athletic club wants to secure
i I now going on in southern Chi- the Jeffries-Corbett fight.So .
lature tokdopt some plan to induce j -_. __ _
| of Tallaha"see. na and arrange for the shipment of anxious is it to get the championship n u

imruuratiou into our !state! let it establish 7. Every :Sunday Shoot worker is arms and war munitions for the rebels. mill that Al MrMurray, manager,

a bureau of immigration, or I urged to see that not only his own Lung Kai Chew says he has come tonight made an offer to post $15'Hni 1 ,,,'l1iP1919I111119fP1iP11i1111u111! ,!" ,,,"!!,,,,,,' ,m'"Itltmn, n' +++'f''
I to make arrangements for the esab- with The Morning News as a guaran 'i
apiaiutespableand efficient men a:* Sunday School, but every one in lishment of a mercantile company. Native tee that the bout, if given the club,

f- comiiii:>i'iuers to publish to the t town and country is represented.) papers just received by local Chinese will be pulled off witlruit opjtoaition

world a history of the resources of i iFlori.la 8. Bring your Bibles and\ etme prepared report that the leader of the Men of money are behind Mc.Murrav, I I I
i rebels\ in southern China in Canton is and he can make his offer gool.
from its agricultural and climatic ) : to take notes and report ou returning -
Lung Mo Kwong. Local Chinese point He intends writing the/ ;principals! ; -,
: .standpoint. Let them send to your Sunday: Schoool. out that it is iteresting that his family and promoters with the view! of s'ir: .

agents to the points from which emigrants What They Think Where They Have name is the same as of Lung Kai I Ing the fight. The offer of the cluh
Chew. They also point out that will be to give the fighters 70 !per cent I 1 1I
debark to the United States, Tried Woman Suffrage. BANNER'S
fact that like Kang Yu Wei, Leung of the gate receipts glass '
T anti also( to New York to divert the The Colorado Springs Gazette in Kai Chew is a Cantonese.. The Chi- No apprehension is felt by the club'!)
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settlers to our o"'ntate; these should commenting upon the failure of the nese point out that Leung Kai Chew as to its ability to pull off the fight -

has issued a pamphlet in southern Chi without interference from the author.
comprise honest and industrious men Kaunas legislature to grant presidential na in which he advises the opinion (ties as 20-round contests are held I

t who have the interest of our countryat ) suHYdge: to the women <>f their that the people of Kwang Si and I I here hi-weekly without protest CLUBBING I ; i iI

,t h;an. Then let the state offer: state, says: Kwang Tung, the seat of the
cheap homesteads on a long credit, The 1 jieople of Colorado have reason secede Insurrection now prevailing should WANTED TO BE A SOLDIER. ......
from China and establish -
anJ let the railroads: carry actual l to feel that the Kansas I legislators" a kingdom made up of the two 1

settlers! free of charge to their new have made a mistake in this matter. Kwangs. To further this scheme, so Handsome Girl Enlists as Private In I LIST. !
the reports Kai Army.
go Leung Chew has
bonus. Neither the state nor the Equal !sullrage/ has worked well in tome to this continent to accumulate New York, March 9.-Ire=sed in a e e e i e -

railroads will lose by this plan, for Colorado, and there is no reason to funds by subscription at all the numerous suit of man's clothing that fitted her S.-- --

the former will get its money backin believe that it would Mt work well branches of the Chinese empire to perfection, a handsome }oung girl: r- -
enlisted as a private in the regular
reform I
increased taxes and the latter be in Kansas.: While it has: not accomplished association in Canada and army at Fort Totten Willetts Point We have
the United States. It is also stated E made special arrangement hurelix w i -
y remunerated by the iucreed;; produce everything that its enthusiastic that the last Monday and remained at the forta ...
program Includes the arrangement can offer the following rak.to all .in.ad 3
day and a night before her !secretwas paid
shipped by the settlers. !' advocates predicted, it has uu- of the shipment of arms from
To relieve this coast to China.SITUATION revealed and she was taken home :-= vance subscribersr 1 : ..
,+ 1p people of increased questionably'raised the general tone by her father.As .

f taxation to pay the expenses of these of public affairs, and it has'given;: the REMAINS SAME. to the name of the girl and her THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville St m i |

f agents, let a portion of the money women of Colorado a voice iu the pub- motive for trying to Join the army, the Weekly Times-Union, $1.50 year.

coming to the state from the Indianwar lic affairs t<* which they are justly Legal Battle bash Continues Between Wa- utmost Major secrecy Arthur is Murray maintained the ,commandant JE: THE OCALA BANNER and The CommonerKr[ *
i claims be set apart for this pur- entitled, and which it is for the general St. Louis, March Employes.7.-The Wabash of the post, has admitted the ;E an's paper] 81.75 a year -S

jKwe. It could not be expended for amore welfare that they should have. eituatlon! presents no new phase this general go into truth any of details.ATHLETICS the story. but refusedto THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Su ti-\t'ta'kk! ;

laudable aud lasting! purpose So far as Colorado is concerned, morning everything and everybody Journal, $1.75 a vcar.
waiting on the attorneys representingthe y
I t for its benefits will continue to woman sullrage is a success, and we firemen and trainmen, who are IN SOCIETY. I THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice Week Ni |

increase time rolls on, thus con believe it would be a success in any expected to make the next nu.vr York World.
F Exclusive Club To Be Formed by Social Sr.<>5; a year. :3
vej ing to }posterity a burn of lasting community where it was given an They are now carefully cop.?; !ideria: :;
I the lengthy bill of particulars filed Leaders. g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Wdtl C'ntir |
benefit. intelligent trial. It is something that by the Wabash, in its application tor New York. March !I- Socotv women stitution

Texas and Georgia are iu a lair way is in accord with the spirit of American the injunction granted the other day of this city have organized an at blot r Si.75 a year. 1
and it is not Known Ic (club with members from I he Newport g THE OCALA BANNER and iI', Mi
to of reopiug' the benefits of this! immigration institutions, involving the principles definitely when Lippti.c. ,
Islam! sets.:
and Lung
: they will be ready to preb.'E: !: it in :=: zinc :$2.- a I
1 t already the Boers have put of justice, liberty, equality, court. At Wabash head uai tenno The club will b* very ('\<'lu.siMenibois \"-, -- 5 year.
chased large tracts of laud in the former self government and the dignity of change in the situation on the 5.\.,lpm hilluis I far rrolIs".1| to allow -
r is n'portf'rl.O(1oge their nanut. to l hf\ used In connection Cash :Must Accompany all ( )rd'i
&tate, while the latter is ofieriug womanhood. The successive defeats ; i iI i I
I Gould and! his traffic manager with the club They want a clubhouse
every facility for settlers from the of equal suffrage at the hands of A. C. Bird, are now in Chicago in the Fifth Avenue district I

frozen northwest, and if Florida doe I double dealing legislators: : will be only and have announced that they will not far from the I IVImnnicn and Sherry Adte!! THE OCALA BANNER, OcUa I ,, FIoJida, I i
be in St. Louis COHHMJ. at Full fourth slro. tAtlil _
Sunday and :
not mean to stagnate in her old ruts a temporary set back to a cause: that Monday
on their <'tl<' tttnmiu the e\rhi.-ve-:: s,'t CUT OUT THIS
inspection tour of the lines.The COUPON. FILL IN AND MAIL TOT Nt < Ah't; 1 I
and allow herself to become a pasture has right behind it, and! the successof leaders here have bevmeret'. ..illngly popular durIng -
are of the opinion r "f tea; 3 -*( .. .. . .
the last few x TrS4 11. *'t II" tti 1 '''' !
for half wild cattle she had bet the experiment wherever tried that :Mr. Gould is coming this way "on years. ::: : PUBLISHER OCAtA BANNER !
must inevitably lead to itg'er increasing a special errand to Inquire into the -- -- -- !
ter be and *
stirring to the a.- !
up gain indorsement! by the people. situation between the Wabash aud its South Dakota Assembly Adjourns. --- *. Enclosed find ... .. lk>tl,*>. .n-i t' i !!
ends contemplated. Pierre S. n., March 9. I
-- employes. I -The eighth
-U ISSCIUBElt.If Cures Sciatic Rheumatism. Washington, -Marcn "i.-Tne secretary session of the !South Dakota general :_E .-' for which. send me The Weekly Banner tad the i'

--- --- --- Mrs. .\. E. Simpson. oO'J;) CraisSt.! of the navy has received telegrams assembly adjourned l sine die at 2 r ... ... .Qy"* peryi. ,11, .'
to secure appropriations from the Knoxille, Tenn., write! June 10th, from Hear Admiral Glass commanding o'clock this morning. Scenes of mgr E ._* ia the Banner.. ....... ..... ...
:< 1S99: "I have been trying the baths the Pacific squadron saying riment were abruptly terminated h> -- -I' -

Fejeral treasury, for his state counts of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism that all is! quiet at Amapala. Honduras the announcement of the death ol --- -.*, Name............... . .--..
successful and that reports from the interior Senators Doyland, of Walworth and E ..
for then
statesmanship but I get more relief Ballard'sBnow 4
of the country indicate the success Rudolph; of Pierre .* P.O......... ...... ....... 7i:
Senator Taliaferro is fairly entitled to Liniment than any medicine or of Bonilla, the insurgent leader, -of :: ,
anything I have ever tried. Enclosed Fire bakery J:: "* Stale......... ...... .
ti this distinction. His! success along and the restoration of peace shortly Big .,.......... ''. I
find postoffice order for 11.00. Send In view of fT. -f _
the Philadelphia
this line has been phenomenal, and safety of f March 8.-The plant Z "* -
> me a large bottle by Southern Ex- American Interests, Admiral Glass of the Franklin Bakery company importers ::: 1903. ::

no Floridian should envy him the, press." Bold by Anti-Monopoly DrugStore I added that his fleet wouM leave Ama D of coooanuts.was damaged by == '. t.t#tt.t.t hrtf lt"t ttttttftttttt !! !..... .. -;

z the bouquets he ia receiving. m alA tNi'J.v for -*.m>.o. Mtilco. fire today. Loan $100.000.
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The paper "ut the People, tor the People and bv the People."

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Cheaper Freight Rates the Slogan. Merchants Carrying Large Stocks. Engineer Benton Again Injured-A I' I

Several New Members Enrolled.An I Especially Noticeable Masters. I Negro Biy has his Thigh Broken.

OY4GPI I important met-Hug of the O ilk I tvt'ryltlllh; *'u<> VIMIS Ocal mrr luudin I .\ reek oo-urred ou the Atlantic I I DO YOU f fo

Board Of Trade was held in the city their iiriti.r of its impiovetueuU Toast Line railway: Mnuday night: at .
I hall Monday to hear the report tlf II III and thin I rrouuita ut that every dwrl- tl>.* juueiion Nrlow Duuntllon. A

the committee wbo weut before the lii: and every store builJius i it xvu- brad t'ud.UisioD occurred derailings I WEAR SHOES

railroad commusiou at Tallahavef in l'letll&u,! tia j-e->ple are iu wore l uoy.I : cars and injuring Engineer : GIf

@ an effort to secure cheaper fr.i Lht I aut spirits than thVy have been siuve It. nlou, who perhaps saved his life :

NSf.b"EI rates for Ocali and other iutetmr the great dealers of lb&>-6.No by jumping from the ear. A colored ':

tow us iu Florida. *" her* an there iniprovi-niriits buy <>n hard had his thigh broken. |

; G The committee made quite a voluminous more uutioablf than in the a DTK* ut The wreck occurred identically at''II I You Do, How is Your Chance

detailed report the rub! -tsuer sprig and summer goats list tuer- the same place: where Engineer Beu- j
of which has already appeared iu cbauu are uo* receiving and iiisplay- tflwas so severely injured about two To Save Money.

mmAbsolute :) R these columns.After iug. ye .n! ago and iu which his brother-j!I o .

the reception of the rt'portI I We were particularly struck with in-Law, Engineer Cotney of AmerU i i icus
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!/ Pure :.Owe very uthu".ia..tic" t.p--ehes'' were this onday in visiting the great de- Ga., who was on the engine with _.r- -

made looking towards a further reduction partmeut tore of U. B. Makers.M him, lost his life.SEVERE {

4 THERE IS SUBSTITUTE of rates to this place, and E. T. llelveastou who has been I Look at These Prices:
method were suggested by which with ibis firm ftouiiuuoualy for the I $3.5U shoes will be sold for $2.9

i""i \fa'''. Van Fleet is on the sick; I said! rate-j: yttj b.e secured, past "i;btt't'P jean has just warned I Cured by One Battle of Chamberlain's $;J.OO shoes will be sold for 22.63

: and committee to colled from his truth atuual tour of the nor I o e
a :
I Cough Remedy. j 8- .75 shoes will be sold for $2.33:
4Slr data and agree upon plan* was theru cud easteru: market, where be !
W M. li>_, of Hl appointed and rt'1Ue.ted to report at has been for the past month making I laxt winter (the second oue) I actually ,
22.00 shoes will be sold for $I.I8
"'1' the next mtetiug of tee boanl.! Th i'l'ria,1t aud sumu.er selections for this! cured myself with oue bottle of

311. E.W P'fc.*>. ot the Times- following gentlemen were appointed e.tl"II,1aIU'-Ut. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says iI j 81.50 shoes will be sold for 81.25
I I I editor of the Enter- >
Frank W.
l'R_. '1111' tb*>eiiy.Hmn upon s aid committee: Jtesr+. Jake Thr lHIf are nw arriviug and I
g! i Sh rUvilte N. Y. 'This i is the
piise, ( This Means All ShoesUDIIS'
Brown, George Mackay, Harry B. the clerks! iu the various deparluieuta '
)li. *'U Aby, of Ltbur, houe (truth. I at times kept from

the gw+t ", MnElmore Davidson.BaUucfe Clarksou and Cbai. E. Taylor. are busy marking ib.m up and puttiug coughiLg myself to pieces by taking 0 0
Mea-r. T. B. Sunder, F. L. !hem ou display. I a a-poouful" of this remedy, aud ,I l D ID'S S [CHILDREN'S.We [

Jetttr W. K hfw returned Watn, Z. C. Chamblisi and T. T. Thy embrace the very latest importations when the coughing spell would come .
Javkta tvillr.M..rt. ou at night I would take a dose and it
torn' a trip to Monroe were eundled a> uew member aud the very truest fabrics of
srerntd that in the briefest: intern i it :
Jv t Feiuberjf) and A. My-r? *. the foreign and domestic looms. would pa-s nil and I would go to sleep lave) some Shoes displayed -

The matter of taking steps to he- The l*dit'IO' drt'od goods have been perfectly free from cough and its accompanying -

Turd cure the holding of the next state elected with scrupulous care and we ptiud. To nay that the ; in front of Our Store where

rewedy acted as a moot agreeable surprise | e
fair in Ocala Was made a special! know will appeal to their exquisite
: Mr. M. K. Robiu>IOU and K)n Em- meetluir for some future date which taste us Mr. Htlveuston has become a is: putting it very mildly. I had \ you can examine them. This is a
w Okahumpka Tues no idea that it would or could knockout
don Q
f melt 1.DICbt.sent will be named later. conoois-eur and has made this line his the grip, pimply because I had I positive sale aid) will be to your

t The meeting was l largely attended especial l study, and the block thin year never tried it for such a purpose, but ,

Mr*. 1. I' Lyiwto. of (jaioesvllle, it and the board or trade is, working covers more completely the wants of it did, and it seemed with the second causedit \ interest to come and look at our
of the
attack remedy
coughing !
the gent of hd aunt, Mrs. Wm. P. earnestly!' to promote the interests of his fair customers than the purchase 1
not only to be of (less! duration, but
the city and it is beleived it will accomplish before elsewhere.
Ha\.tIt'1'\ of any previous sua.on. the pain were far less severe: and I liije purchasing 0
-- great good iu this direction. The gentlemen's furni-biug good bad not used one bottle before Mr
the tall icatuts Friday i .
Dua't target If earnest endeavor and enthuaiaiu have been selected: with the haute Grip bid me adieu." Fnr sale by the

UI2'&lurda) urtwrtuthe Ocala and will do it Ocala it bound to be .n tarraad it i is powible for this firm ..\uli-\Ionopoly Drug Store. Gorse) Today.
-- -
;t..oi1 tOIYtrllity. interior city. now to tit a person from his hat to bis What Gadsden Couity is Doing.

; >lr.V.. H. Clark returned Tues- In Honor of Miss Burford. shoes in tbe latest and rnc.t up-to date/ While the majority of the people l I

lay frnw vrry kuccts.i'ul fishing: Mr. and :Mrs. U. A. Burford have t'l'ring f""bioi.i>. in the etate bee discus-ing, the adviability ", .BOSTON STORE.
rIp to Orange Lake. i-sued! invitations to an "At Home' I Old Time Visitors. of creating stock farms in theirreaoeetite

Mr. J. \Mllumsaud family are I next Friday: evening, the event to bea Mr. and :Mrs. L. S. Br'*.ba, of May- localities, Jadsden countyU
to their niece, Mks I' going right along with the work, \
tuevinq ilil*> the old IUcbarthon house i-oinpliment Dart!. Mav., wh> have trD epeuding I .
II Agnes Burford; of Duou biTiug?, and is placing upon the foreign mark-
Florid since
.tJrulCt Avvuue.EiU I i for wii.i --s iu :
Tenn. The new aud" popular society ts one ef the beat substitutes known
: I were pleasant visitors to this city fur
i.kily 11(>0 d will eutertain game: of "Flinch" will be the ttruue- fur western beef. Within the last two
several days, thegursu of Mrs. F. A.
BYml.er of her young fneuds with aP"'u went of the evening and those who week, Wedeles Tobacco Co. sold to a
Teague. They returned Monday to ---
te turday afternoon. were fortunate euou;h to receive invitation Charleston S.) C., firm :2W) head of
I Citra, where Mr. Brooks owns a valuable 1 1I
I to ttm atfiir are looking I choice stall fed cattle, weighing i from
It! One huudrrd and ten thousand I orange grove and which be sty sis
forward to it with a great deal ofpleasure. 750 to bo pounds each ; The Florida
.J, dollar, rnfotly chaugwl bauds at i beginning to a,."ume the appearance '
'I I HanD! and Sumatra: Co., 150 averaging .., F SS!;".51 c n5 q j rEs.--S' 555S55S55S5S5UT5S-55' : 5 a f
Pli&U (Irda la one cattle deal. of aute freeze days and that sW
1 'about the same; weight to a Jacksonville
I tmnds of John' Blount things generally iu Citra are lookingup
II..... Mary Williams! Alien of I will The be many pleased! to learn that he has I aud the people: there are ginning firm, and several others have

I CrytUl fiver, was among the pruwineot I entirely recovered from his attack of I to t I rlfuiuatiam. Chamberlain's! Pain ess.! several hundred were also
Tuesday.Mi !
"laU"U to the city
I it will again become the center of the
I i i liilm cum) him after the brt-t doctors I bought this week: for future delivery. I I
industry. The old Matbewe
Sara WnitfieM l is becoming iu for t..* u Mnunti( Ind.) had failed l orange -Quincy New Era.
relief. The rt.'lit.rrwm grove, which is DOA under the care of
OItOr 1M popular aud well known to give prompt I -
pain which thin liniment atf,r iBjinofth* rtty.' -Tampa Tribune.
alone worth many times' its cost. For will bear more thin: 5,000 boxes next delightful spring weather. The trees ,
sale the Anti onoply Drug tore.
and dower
)1,.. ". aRrddkk, who has been m sraMn.: are budding into leaf Metals Rails

ueria{ for .ev r.il weeks: past with Here to Stay. the hammocks look regal! in their ,

M attack of Hppe, w*,* able to be on New Military Law. From tome unknown source a report fresh green verdure. The air is redo- "
the trU Tu tfdy.Manufacturing. At the list: session of congress anew has gotten circulated that our popular I lent with the perfume of the orange, j

---- military law was enacted known jeweler Mr. F.G.B. Weihe washing dogwood and other blossoms, and
1\4t 0.1. Co., ofibb lull the to Highest cash price paid for same
breezes sense
the r oCt,
ai "An act to promote efflciencj to Tampa to open business. Mr. Weihe .

i i Mn r*. Metft-rt and Taylor are of the militia and for other purposes.! called at this office last night and informed quiet and repose. 1m
tee are now turning out C
proprietor A meeting of the officer of th us that he has had no such -- -- =ADDRESS- -----
2JI..)U,ket rat 1I daily. Among the well known figures ,.
----- state troops i? being held today at thE! I idea, that he had stayed with us during about the lobby of the Windsor Hotelis SABEL BROS. tiJI
who i U Windsor hotel in Jacksonville to consider I times of Yt'&NI I 1
iUj. Ha.k H, of China, the depressing! some Louis J. Brumby the newspaperman r

..,.DdlallOWe time in Ocala at Mr. the provision of this new bill ago, and now that thing; are looking of Ocala.: Mr. Brumby has been I Jacksonville. Florida.

J. )I, TbOWVWU'II, went down to and recommend the necceswuy legislation brighter than: ever before iu our history identified with the state for a great

,*:j Crystal Htv.r lueiay to spend a thereunder by the state legis- he certainly would show poor many years, and has taken a prominent 7fs:e .:f2 SS sus :sus "' ssassss3: ""' '; aSss.s-"ss,,,

a..1 tl 6tug. lature. judgment in moving to some other part in her industrial advance-

,- The Ocala Hides i U represented at city. Tell the people of Ocala and sur
He is' here for a few days on
II M..ir.. O. \V Martin, T. E. Biggs this meeting by Lieut. John M. i rounding country that lam here to meat.business.-Times'Union.r. .

sad Herbert Crook went up to Jack- Graham stay," says Mr. Weihe.

I q,... Tuewityto attend the se- L. C. Bell has been appointed
Los-r-8aturday night, January 24, reached the that
I| .... W tee K. of P. which convenes in Ocala, darK bay filly, five year the News bodies hia of just the three unfortunatemen city I justice of the peace for the York dis i !1111111111111I111filfi1' ,,,! <<" ,111111111Ni1111'''''''''''''''''11tilliltllll' '''''' ''u tl,,,t 111111111''''
U lit city 'to-d,. trict. If be makes such success of
old, part of mane hangs on one side who were drowned in Orange MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS'FAflOUSMILLINERY
handling the !scales of justice aa ho
[ Captain Kith, at one time the of neck and part on the other white Lake but week have 4een found.
handling phosphate and lumber -
has in
I Pope**conductor on the S. S. 0. A spot on forehead, wire cut scar between Two were still clinging to the over. !
the people of the York section are
!I d, dlt inioo of tae Plant System, but fetlock and hoof on one hind turned boat while the third was found
to be congratulated on Mr. Bell's ap-
M* runBia from W ycrood, Gin to leg, clean place on back near shoulder. near by. They had gone to raise a V
I pointment.On ;:: II. Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If you are bard to ::!
I eot&OG1.ry., AU., I is here on a visit A reward of |:20 will be paid for re. fish: trap, and as it was full of fish = please go there; her style will please you aud convince you that 3

' to bU oiaoy friends. I covery. Addree!! R. J. Cain Shady, when found it is supposed! that account of poor health Mr. C. ::: you are not hard to please, only have not found before the style

! t'f Sit aid Mr*-. Oeo. Richards and a Fla. 2-6 7t the weight ot it cipsized the boat :M.Turner has decided to close his l:: and quality you desired. You will find the finest style and assortment
for the summer. === in the city, and most complete. Her Dovelti. and :3
tried to it. The photograph gallery
I |*n of frt : I will I of the unfortunate victims are He U I now traveling for W. P. Bissett
Oral which they names
from place
and vegetable broker, has just returned place to buy your winter headwear. Mrs. Tompkina effort
' take the trip down the OckUwaha. from a trip to Cincinnati and Charles and Mungen Canty and H. G. and Co., buying iron, and leaves today 5 have succeeded in establishing a business wboej foundation i* =

'I! They will to !goo for about 10 d.iys.-I Cleveland, where he succeeded in Henderson, the latter leaving a wife for Florai City and other Citrus county :: founded upon a rock. Her principle of trade U one that wiii :::

; OtLa.ao R curd. I and several children. points. :: yield a benefit to everyone. You want to know you are wellr
contracting for some thirty car ::: dressed ; quality and style give that !!:J.ti fa.ctioB.'ou can buy
I SIt.C.E. Six who has charge of loads of melons for Jnne delivery.Ben Another Sale The 5=1. Louis Globe-Democrat says: 5: your millinery from Mrs. Tompkins and know you are in line :!
th. Bie I\r Machine Company's busi- is a hustler and knows a "goodthing" Mr. Louis Taffaletti yesterday The country will observe that the == with the b@t.! A perfect satisfaction and a delight to contem
bought a portion of the old Magnola u once more carry- ::: plate. You will get your money's: worth, and the style
republican party
when he it. He leaves
eee.l. Lake county with headquar- sees : .
:: thrown In.Coruer
Hotel lot, on which be will erect
New ing out its promises;j" to which the South Maguoha Street and Ft.Arenuc. Opposite Uddon SUM :3p
MonUj for Birmingham
ten at Ltreburg 'wao In Ocala Saturday handsome brick building. ==

< IDol hCiauNwith the Ocala Orleans and other market centers in Activity Ocala real estate con- Louisville Courier-Journal very aptly i1U1\mmj"lU\ LUl UU1UUIUH1UUIUUU1UUUiUUUIUUUi( IL Ul

Banner for fifty two weekly visita. search of other melon deals. tinues. retorts: "On a shutter"

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A DELAND PAPER ON THE STETSON I II I SMALL INDUSTRIES. Our Federal Appropriation. Florida Products in Demand. '
SCANDAL. Congressman Sp-irkiuaii states that Reports from the I1IlUlwt> are v'. r*' \

; Ocala is exceptionally located for he is much pleased with his friiweM in encouraging to Florid truckers 1 buiinxtMice HAIRi

The university goi-Mpaud the outrageous securing the provision fur the purchase -
rA:TS HASSIS, 2iitor.P. the establishment of certain !small : the report from Boston it as
treatment Mr. Stetson has of a site for the Ocala public

V. Leavesjsfli, Business Manager. received at the hands of the majority industries.It building! in the own !bus public build- follows: : I Ii

trustees have swept over the btate like occupies a central position in the ing bill. The appropriation is: only Every year show M H larger demand Save Your Hair with

turpentine and phosphate belt aud ?4MMhutthat( i, will mean much to for early fruits and. vegetables from j
a cyclone, to the great damage to tbeuniver.itl
Ocala.Metropolis.I Florida Etch wioterand spring the i Shampoos of
within a radius of fifty miles several j
: .
;. ;:r.__ :.. ..' and<<1 to the town of De- And Jet we hive buildings built by ;
,1\ trade asks more and more fur pineapples -
thousand employed on j
: '
: persons
I I I i
: ... Laud. i individual i
JV enterprise costing upwardsof
t. SwCift': >o4. x. turpentine farms and in phospha'e beans, tomatoes, eggplant/ ,! and |: 1
I !\ V&SBVrLts .. As an evidence of the feeling) in il lNOIN(> <>0 [u view of which fact this i I
\\ fVij .. One could j Culicura
> vr> .. mine pepper-t. hardly hl'lil'I I Soap aid Dressllgs
i :,.sc .. :'., the state over the matter, of the. indignation appropriation! looks measly enough, s sof
v {. Small establishments for the mauu- thediHVreiice in the situation today
til ,_'7t.",.,'',..." of I the people, the Itl'coftlprints but, perhaps, it will do for a starter I Cdticra
of four
\ compared with that even J
V : :. rI on its first page, the sentiments factuie of bhe, shirts, etc., __ n__ ,

\ would payliaudsoniedividrnds! to theill"l'storl years ago. j ,
> as expressed by many of the; The State Fair Becoming a Public .
aud would give t'l11ploJ- Indications! would say tint the men ,

r J leading papers of Florida, and it has ment toseteral hundred! persons. Scandal. in Florida! could safely extend their. Ml t S M Most t Efcrt ;

MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING clipped from every paper saying anything The Augustine Record says that ,
TOP WELL ABLE TO A lUKe capital would not be required trucking lands in the above articiea
THOSE about the matter, save one, the unfulfilled the I
obligations on
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS and men who are well informed part because: all cities are calling fur them aid EcOlllical Blediel!
TAKEN ITS STAND IS TilE BARRICADES Brother 1'orfr'a paper. Brother I'M-j of the State Fair Assocation is creating -
iu matters of this kind! say just the same as this.
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, ter i is the roll of the university .
on pay a great deal of atifactiou on
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR that the capital required iu all the Reports from all other market are
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT TIlE getting his$33.33per month as state the part of prize winners:! and unless! For Making the Hair GrIN rrl.
J'. industries we have named would toe< about in the same! tenor.
OTTot{. solicitor. some steps are taken to redeem the
within easy reach of our own citizens, -- Else Fails
-_-. -_--_-_- -..----- ----- While Mr. Porter i is making his
n --- pledges it will) be almost impossible to
and would largely help] in making The entertainment last evening at

Senator Quay is in Florid attack upon the Philadelphia philan hold another !state fair. The U'CordS8)1I
Ocala an interior city.A this Weitinu opera hou-ie, by the Parker 1
thropist will he be just and fair and Pmeut bttldlM xs.'I .leu.e 11-*
the matter is the
Miami is her assuming proportions Convert the seventh
V holding early spring well informed commercial trav Compiny, was pofcnitatastale! aural lUiul*.'tff win.
the Record to print a private
ofa public scandal.It 1. number of the Y.1.. C. A. !Star
fair. elersaid yesterday that a little manu- | bam(1OOa> of ('lak'rra'.mal'| and I itgii

The price of spirits of turpentin i is Interview he had with a DeLand factory for overalls alone would be i is up to President Gaitskill to Course, and proved! to be the moat, drea4nge Whit <"Utk-u< a, |'..r_{ uf

gentleman upon a recent vi-.it to this make statement. emollients and lot ..
a grmtrit .L.H I ,
firm at 65 cents.Is worth more to Ocala than the state enjoyable yet given this season. The
place? The Record, however, will treatment at once .t.. '. f"' '',-f
capital and the goods would find program was unusually good, and the
there a trust in Easter bonnets or not get that permission. Its publication Florida's Air and Sunshine and a Lair, remove cnuK *'air-l "I,1. IA'l' ,

ready sale at our very doors. Sensible performers were repeatedly encored ruff; dettroya hair |uu-4-it<,.. .,.1.,.
do they come high just for instance? would paralyze some of the Rev- Woman.
The establishment of these small -Syracuse (X. Y.) Herald. Irritat4d Itching Mirf.trsupplte ., .. ,:,,
erend'- friends. His editorials in the Northern papers mention the fact
the hairfuiUclea tuowllo ., ,
industries should be considered by the thr- 11.
It; iStet on starts another Baptist Baptist Witness do not all accord that :Mrs. Fairbanks, presidentgener-: Many regrets are expressed over the the funt a m uh n,..' t ,.j

paper in Florida, there'll be more with the sentiments he expressed privately Ocala Board of Trade.. al of the Daughters <>f the American action of Stetson University; truUa DimriAhiiM-nt. tinl inakt ihuM !L w
trouble. I .n a -'.\ I. '}..I.| ...u.' i
, while in Del and.Snme What Henry Watterson Says to Farm Revolution, became so exhausted: in turning down Mr John D. tSwtson ritalpwh'uall', :-. |.ul.. V

Marion county, among its other of the extracts we print arepretty ers. during the late ni.eti;:g in Washington as clmirnuu of the board. Predictions Mllb"u4 1.\\ r<, i M, I ti1 ,
l.'I.j"t..1 I 1\ ,
| It"I ri II
Industries,, will soon have a thousaudacre severe, e-pecially upon the \\ h,'rever the face of rural people is that she had to seek rest and re- of damaging results an also JTff.itKill i.". !t., |i't.-.I i in

action ot the trustees: but in th* set toward progress, wherever they cuperutiou: in Florida sensible. made, but it is to be hoped that sour ingtmd'.u.. !II .: b. 'kll .
pt'C't1l grove.That ..
1\ 'II .' t:. .' .' '. _
main they deal with the mutter witha desire to share in the comforts and! woman. Honda air and sunshine will accrue to the university.Metroj- iwlruil. ami l '" II-" .

speech of Tilluian's: on the I view to the best interest of the institution conveniences that brighten modern will restore: her health and strength. olis. I I ur, lnr ...; tt'
I '. uthin, r' 'I .' I II
race issue stamps him as one of the and (cite cause of educa- life, they will see to it that the roads Metropolis. England has at last proved tier rbc! :.l hy'r.i .I In' iijjj-/ : ,,,

great mea of the century. tiou in Florida. are mended and kept in good condition. i il i : th" Itinu I !id- i
for this
friendship country in an nn i,I iuin. i '
Caldwell's Advice. : : .1? inn
.{s inn a? the PaUtki Times Herald Talk about this unIversity matter : Where they prefer to wear out mistakable manner. King )0<
to be talked about that the : horses and w Those who want laud on the East I t. .in <+f w "-h' i. II'', '
finds its to table C'HiMug gou carting through baa send Victoria'sjubilee ,
( way: our we agreed to Queen .
Coast would do well to it 'm.-'>, Ktlil In In ilulu" .
iimuediaUly] reach fur our scisjors.Wi'l people ill let pass without protestthe I mud and over hills and hollow, get now. presents as a British exhibit I Ito I .iHw.., talIi I. 11\ .a--
Only 155 acre. three miles from
Cocoanut -. to ',
U' U.illli-il i u.'I'
dime Mr. Stetson is "
wrong hop- wasting good money in a stupid par the St. Louis exposition. t'heyare
'ifor 111111.) "
Grove sold few |.u'.tI. i
a days for
the proceed to swat ago
governor ing that a cyclone can be stilled in its simony, prefer to traifse to town valued at $l:!,OO),000. )t. i'h; ;111'1 I ours n. (t..le cr

that: *peaker.hip twe that is .i1qng. mad eoui.se. It is talked in almost themselves for each trilling need and 6000. Five years hence the cheapestacre ,'n'wurd'p, l | tin. .toll);. '

of laud "",d through[ 11 I, tit /. .
all ;
in that will "
around IiS S tteSamee-Apal'lchi-: the region Cleveland] Dod Bryan both d''<-!
every home in the state and depend ou the good ollhvscf! forgetful > >m-

V :.V ('1)1'TilHf's.. ,Ialuag a Las been irreparable. It is a neighbors for their mail, they will do sell for a hundred dollars.White they are not presidential aspirants.. I'; TWtI I liiri.- a .1-1. i.
sad aW unfortunate state of attain not h ing.-Louisville Courier-Journal. springs Herald.' The democratic party should be looking '!
Health Juicer Porter reports the I u..llnilllltHIII-' I ,.. .' .

health of. the state to be good.1 Florid ] aud certainly deplored by the DeLaiid The Luck of ar. Insurance Company. Milton has an Eye on the Governor about for a candidate. Iu uo !II I(lit Villltri. I. I t s t...1.1 4 q I, I

time iu its history was the >
:i, iudt!
In view of Wig: unfortunate condition more in need of a president. ;,
in good shape. policies amounting 10 $;.i5XX, ), had doubt, Milton !- I III:ikfH tllf I I. st Ilhl) '.wliili uiftl '

in'i w of its wide publicityand will make his I ,llleir IIK-rll. I 111111 '
been cancelled announcement for A Kentucky politician recently ': lM > $- +
i More public Buildings are to beerected the so as to have apparent

. the heated discussion: over state defect remedied, the large: MaW mill of governor::; and when he dues some of mortgaged!; his home in order to run'' tb 1 |riit-- MI rt I" Ihlill
Washington City, cost ;
some of Dr. Forbes warm friends at
the Chattahoocbee Lumber ( the other candidates will have to taketo for office. That is better tbau mortI I'nicition ibn-UKti" !'I I KIM \ '
of which will be upwards! of twenty ompany,
DoLaud forced to the conclusion
are the woods Pjilatka Times Herald. future than I riniouul. pprr H : h girlpbotrt -.
V i' millions of dollars near Donaldsonville, in J) Calur county gagius ou;! as more one
that his usefulness to the uuiveiHty
< VV valued at $.jIOOO( was burned. A Florida politician has done.--Pensa-I I I>> *, but 'If w..nil-It t .. KI M .
has pissed: and it would be beat for Preacher Editor o.i Dancing.The .
A careful examination of the or.grouts i The company had been cola Journal. not make up his mind "ln.< b i ibe I" I
him, for the: university aud for De- devotees of Terpsichore met for -
iu California! the New I tM, )HMit ensure i.jr I'oiii i .
by for {
ange policies S25.0UO, but it was discovered j
services at the The Atlanta Journal editors call
Laud new depot on Saturday
.. to resign. I that: lit mnbI UitKe birit.1 '
York I'a'k shows that: thpy"uiltain- that there defects '
wre : in them.
evening. That the attention to the splendid .
\V, occasion
have, on a previous sung people t n- .
I WfO: belli > Hi*' i t.
ed injury by the receutcold.The It |t'fd"
no was necessiry to cancel these policies : -
the south otters for the establishmentof
joyed: exercises
aud state it again, that Dr. Forbes is a matter of
antI have iUlhl i Were all ritb; mime trn I> : u,. .
multiplicity of those suits will resign promptly, when, iu hisopiitiou new ones issued, and course. Hardly any other manner of paper mills, and hays they are .
i will luont-j fni !'In ''irl' t i. i i ti.'
while this
such! would be to the wlrVUO; being done, the opening the new building could have glad to see that their remarks are I II
against Mr. stetson: looks like those ;i step mill I to tHIIUW alolli.- iI,11 I ,-lllHl I \i I M I l'u; <
was burned aflorJed them greater pleasure.Bellriew .- commented upon by various southern j jnewspapers.
aud DeLind
who are pushing them! are determined interest ot the university to vrimmr qlllar.
Neas Letter.
to pull the old man's ]leg to a and if he ecomesa bone of Haws as j ,

ul..1.' __ ___.. __ contention between the two trustets We offer One Hundred! Dollars Reward White's Big Mistake. When money once gets into the | CoyefDol'.J"llIoIIL' "has i. V .'. %

A Georgia editor says there i is quitea factions, hU resignation will be an for any case of Catarrh that cannot Every time John W. White looks federal treasury is all right to get it | check from thI I 1'1 i .'
ditlerence between a 'possum supper iuevitable result, for he will not remain be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. at the ?'5OOf>, )O) 1>r. Forbes sues for and out. A wise: economy should not lt>pariuu>ni for Mi'. PI, |. u. .(
aud an oyster roast, at the begin- unless there is a hearty co-oper- J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, O. then at the paltry sum he asks of the allow more to get into the treasury For I I the live fluraiuh'fI| .

ning, but at the end jou feel just the atioa iu his work. uu the part of the We, the undersigned, litre known Metropolis, he goes out under the except for the actual needs of go\eminent. I I li\,' t' (lhr tatr lii tbe unth'. ;,

Him1 board of trustees. P. J. Chenefor the last fifteen years, silent star and dances a cancan in a mrot.!

The matter of his resigning however I and believe him perfectly honorablein minor. -Sanford Chronicle.Dr. -
V'V Major Howell, of Atlanta wants
is absolutely iu his own hands; all business ge @
the iniyors of Georgia join him in transactions finan- J. P. Forbes !bn: instituted two a 0eeOQGeoeCG,.....
the majority trustees are :Agoing to able I
an ettortto raise $:jOIlIl(), for a big cially to carry out any obligations more suits against B. i" 1t'tlIuind eo.oc.caUOeg S
stand by him He has: been sustained: made by their firm.
Georgia exhibit St. Loui This may his wife for in 9 eO.a.80S .
damages the of
by them twice in his troubles! and! he WEST &; TKI-AX, Wholesale Druggists, sum

verve' as a pointer fj" {<'lurid1ma'ors. Toledo- 0.WALDING. ?250,000 each. To bring a suit H avery 0...

could well retire. @ .
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KI.NNAN &; MARVIN, easy thing to do, but public confidence
Dealing simply with the
Wholesale: Druggists, Toledo] Ohio.hail's in the wise otSteton
management: I

over the unfortunate condition Making Advertising
I Catarrh Cure is taken inter- University will not be restoredby
V friends at DeLauduth the .
: nally, acting directly upon the blood o .
bringing suits against: John n.Stetson. .
1 kindest feeling toward him, cannot, awl mucous surfaces of the system.

as much as they regret it, resist an Price 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all .-White Springs Hl'rald.Canada'li I Py '-<:( '(( '- :

Advise honest conviction that his distinguished druggists. Testimonials free.Hall's -
premier an ex-president r
family pills are the best.
Suffering service and his usefulness: : t G
of the United States, United States o .

Women Strongly, the university are lost. He:is a builder Not an Early Bird. senators, foreign noblemen, inventors, 0 .

to Take DoctorTierce's a distinguished educator, and has The position of Duncan Fletcher in authors, and men powerful in the

T Favorite given the best years of his life to the the next campaign will be closely nation' tram, commerce, finance, 0 One drop of water does not make the xvai! 0 '

Prescription. cause of Stetson University.With scrutinized. There i is no denying the and captains of industry alone all One grain of sand will not make *h<>r>' 5

;jf! This advice comes his love for the in titul1onand fact that he had political ambition of lines!, sought, and some are still seeking e One feather does not make a tJi I'd :

# from who had for DeLand it would be unlike his own but he too slow
r '1. a woman was so Barrs the balmy atmosphere of Florida -

it 1 V suffered women can all the suffer miseries from the man to not do what ha thought and the others of that faction got this season for rest and recreation. One leap will not make a frog, e

<.'\:"tI disease, and had been best for the university over which he ahead of him for once. We have (to IT IS Al.l TMf 'iT'! ..
it: perfectly! and : The iriti.-h: has LH'U'
perma- has government
: Feueuth. aired by the use !presided for the past sixteen years, every reason to believe, however, ..

.; :-. t : of Dr. Pierce's Favorite however great the sacrifice may be to that he will work early] and purchasing 100,000 horses and mules 5.

,. .\(t!\i Prescription.This him onally.-\'olusia County late to see his friends win.-Palatka in this county to restock faints. in the .6 ...
:f$! great medicinefor -
Y Record .
; establishes Time Herald. Transvaal. Another purchase of --- -
' i'f,... ;".' f, regularity' dries weakening For Sale. equal size will be made when thi I II I:
drams, heals 1 inV -
.t;" fl:t'unwtion and ulceration The Central Lumber Company "Thee ofa Kind." shipment is completed. The ( ;Jeorgia .
:t 'I' md cures female oiler fot Bob Davis, Col. Wilson, of the mule will be well represented.Thomasville. .- And :
,, weakness. gale their planing mill property so it i is with most thiuj.{" j in : m..

Read Mrs. Kempson's iu Ocala adjoining the freight Times-Union, and Frank Harris, of (Ga. ) Times-KiiU'rprw. S
,5 letter and, if you are the Ocala] Banner, are three of the especially: is::> it true that ontO ant i ,I. II 8
;. a .. sick, follow her advice. depot of the Atlantic Coast Line including I
bralnest and most popular in If newspaper utterances count for : mate .
I men will not ,
a successful I
jt i
you !
t rr
Mthough it has been: quite: a time:since: stock of lumber and molding
s 1 wrote you"says Mrs Fred Kempson. of Florida, to-day, irrespective as to aught then the people of Florida II I
t. V'V Cam'jria! HilUlale Co. Mich. Box ST *. I (I Lay out a line uf publicity' and' .t r.
*!>till)'OU..uaUI u a hlesstrgin our house, what the Tampa Herald, and one want that statue erected to the memory -
and I think it m> dutyto let you know The plant is the most complete cue I 0e
t that I am still enjoxinrf :.ruotl health other sheet, may, say.-Crystal River of that distinguished Floridian,
thanks to you ana your I avonte Pre in the county for the milling business New I e
scnption'' When I think. how I was live s. :Stephen; Mallory, so we hope the
: years ago. and then v',' am now I and with other machines ---- ----
say God bless Dr 1'1. >v may lie live long to h.l ti: our suffennK! a moulder, surfacer, planer A Good Newspaper Field. arsappropriation. OCALA BANNER
women. I have never baa aureturn of .-Palatka Times Heiald.
my weakness and am well ,nd hearty turning lathe, band saw machine :Mr. C. Y. Miller, an ex-newspaper |f I
Can do all my own work without any +
pain. You saved me from the grave when dovetailer and friezer man, paid the News office : M X X That Will Pay se x
i- I ail others failed. advise:suffering women: tenouer, mill a call on j. It is said that some of the gubernatorial tt&

} strongly take Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription lot and storage buildings, horse and Saturday afternoon. He informed bees that have been
i 4! as I know it will cure m all je swarming .
i S cases: if indeed there is a cure- wagon, etc. editor that he was going launch out i so lustily in the bonnet Jefl 0
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are 1 I' Browneare .... 5
i ,,< an excellent laxative, suited to the particulars apply to into the newspaper business again now buzzing in the ears of R. ........ .
of delicate TIlE
use women. ( 4 tf CENTRAL LIMBER Ocala Co., soon. His next venture will be at Hudson Burr and he may measure ..........S. 0

Fla. LeRoy.-Crystal River Xews. I strength with his colleague. ..SS...5S.SIe.ii.....IS.A


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BRUTAL- NEGRO DASHED TO DEATH ,i MALARIA ANDYELLOW I f; such and yet term each; each being Wamins'partly responsibletor the other, i II J. F. EDWARDS'i

the deplorable condition, which

IS lYNCHED BY AUTOMOBilE I JACKFrom 1 j: could immediately aud easily he BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,,

( X y. Herald,January 14. 19J:.) : changed by unity of purpose amongthe Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.

Prominent Figure In Burdick i "The taow of Dr. Lazeore, who. in big producers, who control four-
Charged With Assaulting J. --------- --- -
the of the Government, went -
employ fifths! of the output. The individual -
Small GirL Murder Case :Meets Fate.I I to Cuba was inoculated with Yellow : :
Fever through nio,juilo bites,and died, miners who divide the remaining one- -L-1 .;

applied to Cohere"'" for relief to-day..o' fith while cannot influence the r --
MOTHER. they :: -- ." -
BREW The above tells of the sail cuimina- ., 01 / _
tiou of a series of experiments by the market fh competition with the so- :.. --';.'!'. 51 "1 0/ :; ::-

Ta Have Been Positively Iden- Well Known Buffalo Man Loses Control Government, all of inch proved con- I I I called "Bi;; Five.1 would probably !-= 4 -.. -"";' '" ,,.- --II- = 5i :
Nod ciusiveiy that the familiar mosquito a I ;:._ ,_ .,,' -.. : ..z.rFAMOUS .
' heed by Victim-W-s Taken In of Machine and Self and Wife a dJ.npmIH"phiclt> for carrying Malaria welcome any effort that would tend ;;.- -. .:. J.Ji"oM < _

charge !Sy Posse of Citizens After Are Plunged! Into Deep; atone Quarry Yellow Jack," and other malarial :.I I to harmonize the interests. ; : v -..' .' .;.-:.. tt 1C. = = -
> i'
Several Attempts -:-Pennell Horribly Mangled. NotwithftUuaing the present depression =_ ... -'-, .';.0..1" 1 '::.' _: :-;
I .
FU., March: 10.-Htry still adhere earlier i-= : r
'tU1f Buffalo we to our predictions \3 _
X. Y., March 12.: -More terribie .
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a #gro. who criminally ast&e probably! than the death of E. of better pricey! and we believe ,, _
Tt3mu r ._' ...__,,,.." .. M. .
i"yaroid tauter of L. Burdick the that : .
paw was tragedy; occurred c.- that; those who are hot too hasty 1 S'
l'II't'f K..nWi :lynched neuP:1.r. ;iate yesterday afternoon: when Arthur I 6 !.V

='I5U4..t by au victim and having ad- in the investigation of the Burdick later on be the gainers thereby.A .l I1E SER. BOCI1 BEER ,

aaeci bin pultywu murder was hurled headlong into eter. number changes are being madein --- ..

'l'bGmu miles captured south of yesterday Parish and:af- nuy.:Mr. Peanell! riding in his elec- Tliow who are exposed to rao!'quito3 the hard-rock region. Plants are PINS WINES. WHISKIES and BBJLNDISS.
5 was
W1iW1' or other malarial influence should take Myj2.ooRyeor3ourt. at.._ _....._.._$1.75 Ly S4 011 GUI at._. ......_.,,,....." .................to.
being taken to the scene cf his tic automobile with Mrs. PennelL Iron is the lighting element being removed and new one goini; My I5o .. ...-.....-. _.. :ioo. My iao North Carolina Corn at I

fie. .u hanged to a tree. They ware on Kensington
n. cnm* which Thomas committed Flllmort avenue skimming along the sufficient resistance to ward oil disease. I Myoo Gill at ...................1.'s: My 4-DO' .. .. .. .. ..
ru one of th a moat daring in thisstate. I edge cf G hrs stone quarry, a hugh But if the blood is impure or impov- I take the place of recently abandoned My !.So"' -.-......................?......?.... *.oo My t.ooNew Saglaad: amn at........___I S

having tuea place id broad dayt'bl rock-ribbed: :hole: in the ground Mr. I erished, or if there ia weakness, it plants. The Dutton Phosphate Co.
ponaell's hat blew o2.' means that the fighting qualities of the The Jus and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
have just completed a new plant at
I0-y kr-okl daughter! of Keene The automobile swerved and in some | blood have ben lowered, and consequently In sending your ordc-rj always send enough to cover the cost of jugs. fLili-gillon jug, tgailanjug. >
| there u danger. If you would Calhson, Me?rs Ford A Hiller and the Isc.J-gallonjug, Jjc:j-gallcnjus .3jc kegs.Jl.tseilmorewtiuzcyaadbnicrwiiisbcTitiaaany .
clod bIot't1lf'1lt to the horn of a neigh- inexplicable manner It leaped over the Hoape, kip! the blood pure and properly house In Ifonda.becsl15e I give good
curb mio the below. Penneil Central both est zooas and tull measure.Strslorderwiitconvinceyonthat.
parcaaw :some vegetables. Thaftelji&ofi abyss Phosphate Co. are erect
'bar to nourished with I ar't e? ule.. Ttrmscgsh .tt1ltheorder.
home was only half a mild4'atM.t 'was killed j iiiauztly, his head being : ing plants at Newberry, and the Dun- Y.urs.aazionsio olese. J.T F. JLjj -a-KUo
ind when! the victim of tha crushed; to an unrecognizable mass. .
Dr. Barter'sIron nellon Phosphate Co. preparing to
. Mrs. Pennell severely
uuu! WTiT d there she was sent was injured so

it rt distance from the farm to pro.tare that the surgeons at the Sisters' hospital build a plant at Antia.

the rrtabtes There the negro to which she was taken say Tonic g !!!!!!\l/M3 SWE ff"@
; I Much building is in progress in the
and imiHiiateiy following, her chances of recovery are very
tn Der slight. j laud pebble region, and, with the exception ,
Wth! aria< attempted to as- blood with iron
[tiae up It "apphe- the in a I of the price, this branch of EAT MEAT f
r-* bar alaortt in sight of the farm natural w.iv.; It is retiisrnizeil- everv- I
Buffalo X. Y.. March 1*-Medical wht-re oa: the hw-t blood purifier amitome I the industry seems to b:.* in a. flourishing To
r-- when she finally many Examiner Danger! who ma.i :in examination m 11.-*% and it has been used for ]-j f..y, grow stnmg. Unless we gel
little girl
[ I condition Prospt cHI for business, 5'
her of the body or Arthur R. Pen half a t'uturv.T2 t 51 -.joo good meat we may as well let =
'11M to errs;>-. ran towards own I 'V, .5
.... ftftj tJw| oe ro continued to bther nell, who was killed by his a.itorao-I P'.. '" Houston, Tex,Aug. 1. 1901. boiii for domestic and foreign shipments it alone. There no strength ]:
ble crashing over a :edge Inntf a ;: Dr. Hurlers 51 1" ....,ti G
Mrs Kt ene. alarmed at her : I 1 Mare used, are fairly good.1'lie :;1 _. m tough meat-instead of -
stone quarry last nignt.; aanj-iiiLLd: his Iron T'liiu mv>eif acid 10 my --'.', -. ... giving ...
had started in .
rj *iuencf am'h\* fur ver twenty live years. and Prairi) -Pebbl Phosphate Co. .- J.._ I
jf her and Immedlalaly after I findings rodaThe wounds on the cm H artily rI'Cllmnll'nti it. I regard it I, ".51 2! :.:. .':.,.'., "'.'.'...-: _'.._.. ._f.,' it takes strength to digest l:
oar.rntai' vjluauie to wwi u tma- are having aed-air machine "
xs ry a -"
of : -
body consist ecinpre
Met her :come, she sa-v; her little : lannt.u.4otberfecet5. ;:: .; it. It pays to be careful .n :
toward her, with theo 1. The fracture of all the t'ai'ial and J. H. H.\TP.!!. piartd in tueir fxteusive electric 7.
tor rtinomg I' "
cranium bones. Land mil Emigration Agt..FnM.ii Line I buying meat W sure to get 11
iwrsu.t. Upon seeing Mrs. iurreaavdsupply .- ar .$I
that to
2. The compound comminuted! fracture \I.JW uaraatcs that above tesiimonial!i tesotct. plant is :uru. n aD n! .,. .. the beat-tender and choice. '21
m the zr-fro drew a pistol on .5!
of water wiiu-h, u is Upptllled, "
and 'in'ait-m'd: to shoot it she of the right thigh. -- ---- .-- -'- ) : .-1' Pay a little more if need be and !
2..A iricture and dislocation of the when will flow .tlUOIIIJO:
'Miinpieit-ti. ,
furth-r in his direction. left elbow. SURVEY OF THE PaOSPHlTE HEU. j tSi I-' -=_- .' .f'fb', .: .'l!.7.'..,: put something. in your stomach ,aa
tin warm uas immediately given gallons ot water e.>iy t wt ;. A compound: fracture of the left q .: .'! i 1\ which will put deah on yourhones
.,..11& poM*. -itxena began a searril shoulder biaae.i. The Ocala Correspondent of the American hours. i!: oJ .-; .o;.,, .'' '" : ":_ a
be af(ro. He waa located atsrertai Fertilizer Writes Interestinglyof 04''r ;;"J. and strong blood in your
Fractures of the third. fourth fifth rhc-year <>t !i:hi. wits: for banu one .5l s,5 ..'
piatt-s but! managed to escape Future .
the Present and heart.EDWARDS
and sixth ribs the
uma incl he was finally cap- near spinal aruculations. in the Mbipuieiitp or hard roi-k and J
i Status of the PhosphateIndustry.

: 6. A compound fracture and disloca., I I -reniiessttexport rorb. The Florida 2 BROS.

I DOINGS IN THE SENATE. ton of the left knee. hard rocs exported readied: : within .a:1Qa'' anti i City :MarLtt. "
Pncw have hut
it in true, risen lir.j
I 7. A eoJJea-tracture of the left ::5! 2 11J3
wrist. I
:,!UU\MI\ i ions of the half imllum-ion 'Z!
8. A deep cut, 2 inches long, tie, if any, and the 1'Uthof biiMUt--: *
lotting cf Importance Transpires In runmns F1r rc8L="'" :::2g-FO; J 2z.-: : :;:22I:2T: ; : iiiii
vertically down the back between the ruark. A number of new (plant? wiii
the Upper Hous*. : that wad confidently expected for

w..hIl "'::r.. March 9.-When the shoulder blades.Identification. 191)3 baa appareuliy faded away for be t erected l in the hard I'X-k; region -.-- --- ----------- -- -

cola', OJBIo,:.ay a letter was read evidently had been a during the which .1LI.it.kH vtr. l'-i.l-.'!'. IE'i..V ::1 lE.; r: \.II't' PrThe
coiiuuu year ;
elo. p.' ,.-. :Yet Pro Tem. Frye appoint. fad with Pennell. On the back casa the prettent. ltd .bht'nl.e exerviarit a

lac dcaa .V J.) as presiding of.JIn.r of the handsome gold: watch which was most tt'pr.-Ioiug! inflaeut-e, SUIt tins arty two plant to l be erected for :Mewr>.

'. :a .mv DI*'. still ticking in his pocket" the intricate eoDiiitiou of straits moat be takcu as J. Buugeulmcu A Co. m the Ouuuel- First National Bank

I 11. dia if 'iffli-e was than admintarr. monogram "A. R. P. was engraved lou distrl''t. The Camp Phosphate
f. On his key ring was an identification another -oavmciug! demoodtrauou oi r
'j lames P. Clark (Ark.), W. '
I .'tua i Mo), and Senator GallinI Us: beaens: his same asd offlee a*' the fact that the luck of harmony and Co. WIll iiuild (plant, and this company OF GAI ES ILLE.

1ItStuno! was escort d to the desk 58 Franklin 9treetIn a snake-Stan to dredge and mine La e Tsars The Only Chartered Back in Alachua County.
miners the brokers and
wallet there was eight visiting cards gives
Ijr Mr! i'ix' veil, and Mr. Gallinger by

I.Jigt! vir i Clark walked to the with his name egraved Upon: them; his every advantage at the expense Apopka, where large quantities rock Capital . . . . . . . . . . . .850,000 00

desk :jiuurompanied.TSw name and address in gilt letters was on : of course, of the miners. lies in the outturn, the grade of whichis Surplus anti Undivideii .)
being the files of the wallet. An identifi business with facilities equal to bank in the
no legislative business said to be very good. This company Does exclusively: a banking any
to iraa &1. tae senate, at 12:06. on cation card issued by a life insurance Curiously enough, the market just state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants! Corporations,
company was also in the wallet Besides also contemplate finding an outlet on Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
ise iun ii Mr Cullom, of Illinois, went no K presents the most peculiar aptcis. *-
I :mea ..iet'uUye sisri0n. these articles the medical exam. the gulf similar to Port luglLsttirnimh -, transacted promptly.
Ii I i iner found to a compartment of Pen- I Surely, with the greatly increased whit'h they 'auhip their 10-17 H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier.

WILL SETTLE ITSELF. nelTs wallet $23 ia bills, 69 cents was demand for Florid phn.- product :andav" a Jar.t' .imoiint ,)t

ji:; In a change! pocketbook and in another phi: i'8, the comparatively small mll\wY11! !Jr'iii'iN! -Oi-tm Purr ..pt"mlet.1aor'oti -
"J "mee Not In Harmony With the separate compartment: of. one of the h'l'ii.-r The Florida Fertilizer :Manufacturing Co.
"" !
-ffi Wisconsin Idea. two books was a lot of newspaper clippings stocks: 110 hand in the factories. t below
.\ .!!- '?IU1., March 9.-In the which were found to be bits of oceuu freights on the one haa<:. 1

., ." ,; ttirpgentanves of the Ten poetry on love, Hfe and death. ; Gainesville, Fla.
aud the eshauston of nurniit-r theretofore
a >
.,Y ,g.aiaturp: this momins a reai i I
Loss of Flash
I ,1i.1.. Via ni oiiuc-ed requiring the Buffalo, N. Y., March 12.-Mrs. Arthur rich deposits, the assurance i

lID"- *."r i, M ,-aunthe request of the Pennell who. with her husband; of a largely: deere .-ed prodacti mcoubHiueuve High Grade FertilizersEspecially

I IO.''8,T of Wisconsin! to appoint dele was dashed over an embankment: into and the increased cost If t'

p-i a a "nv.-nnon to consider tSe the Genres quarry late yesterday afternoon When can't eat breaKfast

testlon w.j settle itse!!. Sisters' hopiut in this eity, and thereIs tenet and labor, on the other, it would take Scott's Emulsion.
Brands for Fruits, Potatoes felons: Cotton, Lettuce, Cukas,
The hope her
Tcso.otion was taken up under no recovery accordingto :seem: that all this would have its immediate When can't eat bread
: Itta'rrion ,>f the -ules. and aa amendsnt attending physicians.Mrs. you Pines. Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens price SLOG

t saag'rg 'ignore" to "decline to : Pennell is iffering from a fractared eilect felt oa the mark t. and butter, take Scott's per JiJ-p,>untl sack ._._._. .
IB, was -,. skull and probably internal injuries .
;.ecresi. and the resolution Several prominent operators, con
'nI ptell. I She has not been able to Emulsion. When you have llizhot fa-It Price I'ahl Fur Dry Bone:_

give any account of the events which nected with the largest mining con been living on a milk diet and W. C..Jeiin..it'llf.: 1ka1L. FlaE.ST1BLISIIE1)

DID NOT DISAPPOINT THEM. led to the death of her husband; and terns in the state, confidently assured

her own injuries. Following 12 days your correspondent that they not only I want something a little more !

'ape lit Received Five Thousand after the murder: of Burdick the deathof 11 YEAR..
Pilgrims Yesterday. Penneil, who had been mentioned did not make say money on their nourishing, take Scott'sEmulsion. :

Rome March 9 -The pope yester la the case has given rise to all manner big last year's business, but actuallylost HAHHE BROTHERS'CASH

day morning declared that he felt so.tint of surmises today considerable.We .

toy he ought not to make those '! Investigations by the police have To get fat you must eat MAIL ORDER HOUSE
tine had coma considerable distances brought little that is new to Hgat stated m that prices
Emulsion is
fat Scott's
to Day him homage wait, and accord- The Pennfrlls l left their home shortly would surely ru oe. We made this deduction a

!!:!r. la ipita of Dr. Laponni'a advice, before o o'clockIt was raining, from the outlook, and the great fattener, a great Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
111 koUnesa but the couple did not sH>m to mind

tom Vienna received! and 5,000 Belgium pilgrimsBerlin and: this and went out the! Kensington road. cable advices received at that time, strength giver. Authorized Bottlers anti VTaol..:;ale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp

bestowed on them his blessing I The plunge of the automobile was seen but mainly due to the fact that severaltontractSV Those who have lost flesh Brewing Co' St. Louis Beer.

t e Pop Lo was Loudly accalimed by by two young men. who say they saw had then been made for
... p1lgr'.mI. Pennell's hat fly off. I want to increase all body
I this and next year's deliveries at advanced
II Then the machine swerved and a I 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla'

Shot Self and Sweetheart. I. short time later Pennell was picked up prices, and we concludedfrom tissues, not only fat. Scott'sEmulsion I
with his skull crushed. Ha IJ.VF IIM\ UILH''fIO\.
Qmonl!. Ta, March 9.-Becauseeethrtjt was dead. this that the market would be increases them all
iii I> his wife lying near unconscious. ,
r rused to marry him in much healthier stats this -
I1lr.s PeoaeJl m arrangements' to meeta a year. bone flesh blood and
'i.<:re "umght at 1: o'clock ,
tit 't'.=3 :\.u.e: iioms three times fr.end at his home at 6 o'clock last Apfoomwut phosphate miner in I e eeeeOg C e OegQ60eSO..
evening :and ordered dinner for 7 nerve.
&J4..c. !u *>d 'a the wounds with. this city, in answer to an inquiry from I o CDI
!It :, o'clock. A cigar man. from whom
:- .n an .our. After shooting one of the leading papers of the state, For invalids, for con- I tt
the .. a cigar just prior tc AD
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r"ii'a the pistol, a 32: calT I I
Let "A :.:i:.,,ca. inflicting two his death says Penaeil did not appear : puts ft tb teary "Thei opaditiou of \j 1;e cents, for consumptives.'s G Ii. e
In excited With these i
1 von:':s :) .. !njs He is now at any way factsIn the pbosplmie market h dull, ownis children f for ailct 0 9
I V.tal hand and no statement from :\Irs. I t 1 's-:: I :
dttUu at the point of Pennell, the! opinion is that the tragP. to the sentrle&: com tiin hetwet"tl % The Florida Times-Union "
Ill "> ire grave doubts as \{ need flesh, Scott'semulsion I f
to Y".'jr .VV \ .: :ive. if: W1If an accident pure .ind simj-.e the few ttbrge pnoduotts who. halo
and the stories of suicide are given lit : is a rich and comIbrteble I :a
European couaettona, which makes
tie credence this ;
HiccougMs Killed Him. morning.Buffalo buyeia hesitate about buying ahead, f food, and. a natural z REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. :
'''& :t "U.",' I DULY AND UNDAVi
a 3-Erhhataiy}
1 tt.acJif: ...!' '()ug 1a. which h.c( bed a.a $ ?V: Jlaich>'a-Dr. Eu. feurioij prices .may go lower, and has tonic. !i V One Month posu pa1d. J no 0 ti
physician .. I
gene at the Three Month- pw.l.age1Jft1d -
'itlcut lnt;-r.'l..ton for seven days reduced present European prizes to an i i a iix Months postage paid I.SO. JI
ItT Sisters' hospital, just left :Mrs. Pen Scott's Emulsion for bone
1. F posiagepatd "
1 One
.anau army ('ha.?!a1n. neH and at 10:30 a. m. the following equivalent about $ti.2Sper ton f. o. i I I v"J. \
WitF! != ,n Login, but lately on Ii flesh blood and 'LLUSTRATED SUNDAY $1 50 A YEAR. ,1I
i nerve. ,
the'r-d :at.s: dead at the resito statement was made: b. savannah and Florida port. =cmt-\v ctkly EDr.12't: ; : j "ci .
: "The condition of Mrs. Pennell :Is i -r3tt cekly Edition uac \car :..> 1 1Q
|TU1t-* of his soa-tn-laTT. Captain Al- 1 I very dangerous. She has not regained Smaller miners, who have to depend i r.c:::::; "' -"I 1 send you I U. ;,1

u Fort Sheridan. !I consciousness as yet and; I consider oa sales to brokers, must therefore accept t V- : tmnle.! .. \.: o ammunications and remittances.houid be addressed to r

,, 1 I her chu.ces'ery much against Jo: or lower in order to effect alee, Be sure that this picture I
A Sensation Expected. I her. m the form of label is on : THE FLORIDA tIMES- ,
which is less! than cost price of production
Raleigh .
it O, March: 9.-The trial Commissions Issued the wrapper of every bottleof -= ----- --- -
t Food for the murder of Skh I Atlanta,, March 12.-<3ommissiona where royalties are pa.d." Emulsion you buy. i

ft'. which ia scheduled to begin at have been issued from the office vf the Should each and every big producerof scon & BOWNE, I

Si.! 011. March 23, will doubtless adjutant general'to First Lieutenant Florida phosphates consulted aa 0' CHEMISTS, I SUBSCRIBE :

sane afTmatiornl: revelations It EL X. Loan and .Second. Lieutenant

Kid that ererytlilsg back of Fred C. Bamnganner, of company I, to his opinion regarding the situation 409 Pearl SL, N. Y.

taq tr1 be tctd: in ca Dtp I Fifth Infantry at lane. his answer would be couched in just U- V 50c. and $II all dni Zisu. .......................... J :

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RUT AL NEGRO DASHED TO DEATH MALARIA ANDYELLOW and such yet terms each; each being planting partly responsible the other, J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

tor the deplorable condition, which

| JSJYNCHED BYJUJOMOBILEProminent JACKFrom could immediately and easily l>e WHISKEY HOUSE,

t changed of
by unity purpose among
( N.Y.Herald January 14,1901) Gainesville and Ocala Fla.

Charged With AssaultingSmall Figure In Burdick "The widow of Dr. Lazeare, who, in the big producers, who control four- --- _

the employ of the Government, went fifths uf the output. The individual F '
Girl. Murder Case Meets Fate. to Cuba, was inoculated with Yellow ..
Fever through mo quito bites,and died, ;. miner who divide the remaining one- y C -. .-.Y n L
applied to Congress for relief to-day.1 tith while iuiluriu-e the M 2
they cannot .
\ 't
the culmination ,
DREW The above tells of sad "" -- -
of a series of experiments by the market fit competition with the bocalleil -'---'' Ef' -- -

Government all uf which proved i :: -- ., .\'....... .Jl' :LCocr_
To Have Been Positively Identified Well Known Buffalo Man Loses Con l"On-1 I "Big Five" would probably .35 :: .,
Said familiar .: : ':: \ ;
elusively that the lllolu j. -
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W Taken In trol of Machine and Self and Wife welcome ttl'.irt; that would tend .. : rz.J.S
Victim '
by -s a dln l"rou."ehiC'lt' for carrying i any =.- -. . Ji ::. (: _
of Citizens After laria "Yellow Jack and other Ia-I| c._ -,"'.' .' .
Posse .
Charge by Are Plunged Into Deep Stone Quarry ill fevers. tll harmonize the interests.Notwithetaudiogtheprei.ent. .;...0.. = .- '. :> ;;' :: .:::
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F. \ = ;
Several Attempts -Pennell : "
Horribly I depression ': C ,,.>, ,, :'r.;' 1'1 :::: ::.:!.

Tampa Ha-, March 10.-lK nry I Buffalo N. Y.. :March 12.-More ter. Wotil1 adhere to our earlier predictions T.-o '. '."l--..,, IJ Z. .:.:,! ,.....'.-,
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Thomas a negro who criminally as- I ilble probably! than the death of E of better prices, and we believe ,'. .:"'.. ;'.w.:'.. -::.. mL -
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united the 10-yt-ar-old daugnter of L. Burdick was the tragedy that occurred 1 nt "'\ ;.;; J
C.1 that those who are not too hasty ";: ...... ",',..J. ';;:.s: ?
t Porter Keen ua lynched near Par- late yesterday afternoon when Arthur J '...-.. -..
tell but night after being positively H. Penaell. one of the chief fig s in disposing of their production will O / \ V s
. IJtctSned! by hU victim and hating ad- ures in the investigation of the Burdick later uti be the gainers thereby.A .,'..UIUI'Sx.nI'SI n' UtSCIl: IIKEII '

' mined bil gut1j *). murder, was hurled headlong into eternity ..
I number changes are being made -- ----- ----- --- -- --
j Thomas was captured yesterday afternoon .
t 1 5 miles south of Parish and Mr. Pennell was riding in his electric Those who are exposed to mosquitos in the hard-rock region. Plants are FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.My .

other malarial influences should take :, Bourbon at..... _.........._...
his or $: oo Rye or $1,75 My k 00 Gin at-------------__... ji
i taken to the scene of automobile with Mrs PennelL removed and ? --
twins being new ones going ...... .
after warning. Iron is the fighting element My\ J.jo .._ .. .... %.00 My 2.oo North Carolina Corn at------ 1
i i wu hanged to a tree. They ware on Kensington avenue, near My 3,00 .... .......... ..... 2.56 My 3,50" .. MTn Dew Corn at.. JMy
i fie, in the blood and provides nature with up, the latter, in moat instances, to 4.00 .. .........."......_...... My 3.00" .. _
tb. crime which Thomas committed Filllmon avenue, skimming along the fiuflieieut resistance to ward off disease. My i.oo Gin at ...................... ............ '" j.oo 1.75 My 4.00"' .. .. .,
' vu ono of the most daring in this edge cf Gehrs stone quarry a hugh But if the blood is impure or impoverished take the place of recently abandoned My %.50" ............................................. 2.00 My 4.oo New England Rum at........?...?_j|

lUte, oaring taken place in broad day. rock-ribbed hole in the ground. Mr. or if there is weakness, it plants The Dutton Phosphate Co.
Hgtt Pennell's hat blew off. means that the fighting qualities of the The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature
h"vejust completed new plant at
The 10-year-old daughter of Keene The automobile! swerved and in some blood have been lowered, and consequently In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jugs Halt-gallon jugs, 1-
there H danger. If you would Cullibon! :Messrs Ford & H filler and the gallon jug. Isc;:.!-gallon jug,250;3-gallon jug,35c; kegs SI.I .
i had been sect to the home of a neighbor I' inexplicable manner it leaped over the escape, keep the blood pure and prop sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house In Florida.because I give good.feo Iest
to purchase some vegetables. The' curb into the: abyss below. Pennellwas nourished with Central Phosphate i Co. are both erecting goods and lull measure,
erly A tnalorder wilt convince you'that"are the people." Termsea.bwittbeorderbt.ursanxioustoplea .
| teljhbor'i home was only half a mile killed instantly, his head being e.
plants at Xl'wLurylllid the J p
f r distant, and when the victim of the crushed to an unrecognizable mass .
[ uuult arrived there. she was sent Mr Pennell was injured so severelythat 1)r. Barter'sIron uellon 1'hosjihatc Co. are preparing to

i a shell distance from the farm to procure the surgeons; at the Sisters' hospital build a plant at Autia.Much ----- .

| the veUbles. There the negro to which she was taken, say TonicIt building is in progre. in the 5d!! 5 L5c 5a .5 c!E'Ge. L5 5a5 LS'i 5d5uu c5a5 5c2..9nJ.F 5 Ii i1! 5 5 :.

[ u. her and immediately following her chances cf recovery ere very51ight. i
I laud pebble' region and with the ex- s
t tame up with and attempted to as. supplies the blood with iron in a
of the this branch of
of the farm ceptiou price,
f suit her almost in sight natural way. It is recognized everywhere
i f louse. Buffalo X. Y., March 1*.-Medical ;u-. the bot blood purilier and the industry seems to be in a tloun&h- i I
The little girl, when she finally man Examiner Danzer, who male an exami tonic in use, and it has been used for fug condition Prosptcts for business .S, grow htrong. Unless we get
sled to escape, ran towards her own nation oi the body or Arthur R Pen half :century I ".:. ,-, '' good meat we may as wt'l1lf' III
'HljI. I5if
home and the negro continued to follow cell, who was killed by his automobile :,. ; Houston, TeL,Aug. 1, 19111. both for douit-atic and foreign *hipments :L ,' ) it alone. There is no strength I i2J
her. Mrs Keene, alarmed at herdllIlbtt'f'S : crashing over a ledge intro a BE' "I have used Dr. Harter's are fairly good. :t-.1 ,,.' '
Iron TonI<'mY-l'tI and in my .;\ ::1: iu tough meat-instead of giv- 15'
absence, had started in tone quarry last night, announced his (-'lill- : .'.... '""' t :
family for over tWt'ntyfi" years, and The Prairie-Pebble Phosphate Co. 'i t1
Htrch of her, and Immediately after findings today. The wounds on the can hrartily, recoinmrrid it. 1 retard: it ;:... '.'',.. :.;. '" ..1.-. ,Ji,, tug, it takes strength to digest '
body consist! of: At imrlicularly valuable to ward oC ma are having a .air machine m' ; ,/ ; ,I.JJ .-; I'I'I
she left her home, she saw her little \ larial aid other levers. I : : ;h :." \.; it. It pays to be careful in
I daughter running toward her with the I 1. The fracture of all the facial and J. n. HAYFS. placed iu their extensive electric ...r, :: I
cranium bones. Land and Emigration Agt.,Frisco Line. I.'f1.ii \ buying meat-be sure to get
I ?negro In pursuit.: Upon seeing: Mrs. i + .
plaut that is to furnish increased .... '
I 2.i lint bate testimonial is an : ,
The compound comminuted fracture (13,003 sufiitatee jcnutue.i : : the test-tender and choice.
Keene, the negro a pistol on .
I of IS I! \ '"" 4 "" --=, .. IIZo
of the right thigh. supply water, which, it supposed, \ i ; ?
Dar and threatened to shoot if she ----- IS! : >" ., -- Pay a little more if need be and
further in his direction.The 3. A ncture and dislocation of the when completed, WIll How l ,IJOOtlUO, r- I .ft
came : fJ7f'
left elbow. SURVEY OF THE PHOSPHATE FIELD.The 'of. \ : put eomelhing in your stomach pj
alarm was Immediately given, gallons of water every twenty-four

Lt ad posses uf citizens! began a search 4. A compound fracture of the left Ocala Correspondent of the American hours ,..,tt ......... "r-. ,'" nhicii will put flesh on your
shoulder blade. l" .
Tour the negro. lie was located at Fertilizer Writes Interestirglyof ., / "" ';:.f.\ bones and ktroug blood in your
5. Fractures of the third fourth fifth Thr year of 1902 was the banner one 151 r /
etrrJ place, managed to escape
the Present and Future .
acd sixth ribs near the spinal! articula heart.EDWARDS
l each time until he was finally cap- l tIons. Status of the PhosphateIndustry. iu the shipments* of hard rock and

tured. 6. A compound fracture and disloca. Teuue&see export rock. The Florida BROS.

DOINGS IN THE SENATE. j 1 tion of the left knee. Trices, it is true, have riseu: but lit- hard rock exported reached within I Stalls :iu I 1 City :.UmUl, o 'ia. I'la. I I IIIij
7. A colles-fracture of the left wrist
Nothing of Importance Transpires In S. A deep cut, 2 inches long, running tle, if any, and the rus-hof business 3>,OOI. tons of the half million-ton uuI I Ir
!!!! !If!! MJriQP! .2illif:! @l ,:iJ i' ':;:
the Upper House i vertically down the back between the that wassn conliJeutly expected for mark. A number of new plants will

shoulder blades.Identification: | ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ______ __ _
W&.ihngtun! March 9.-When the 11)03 baa jareutly faded away for be erected in the hard-lock region

aeutl met today a letter was read evidently had been a during the coming which JAS.M.;RAHA.M: Preidt'ut. GitIVHl'II'er: : I'rt"t
from President Pro Tom. Frye appoint-; fad with Pennell. On the back cam the present. Its absence exereises a year amour

Llut Mr Kean (X. J.) as presiding ofIaicer of the handsome gold watch which was mot depreMiug influence, and tiii ar. two plants to be erected for Mer: ..

In his abstnce.Thf still ticking in his pocket" the intricate condition of all'itira must be taken as J. Outigeubach Co. iu the Duutit-1! The First national Bank I
oath of office was then admin- monogram "A. P.. P. was engraved.
lou dlsfr lf. The
Camp Phosphate
another demonstration of
r On his key ring identificationtag -ouviuciug :
IstweJ to James P. Clark (Ark.). W. was an

,; J. :stone (Mo.), and Senator Gallln- bearing his came and office ad- the fact that the lack of harmony uud Co. will build plant, and this com OF GAINESVILLE. s si

i get (X. 11.1. dress in the Austin building at No combined etlort on behalf of the pany are now making big preparationsto 1

Mr. Stone was escorted to the desk ,. 5S Franklin street In a snake-skin dredge and mine La e TsuUApopka The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
miners the brokers aid
wallet there was eight visiting cards, gives manu
Ij Mr. Cockrell, and Mr. Galllnger by

Mr, Lodge Mr.I Clark walked to the with his name egraved upon them; his facturersevery advantage at the expense where large quantities of rock Capital . . . . . . . . . . .?50,00000 1

desk unaccompanied. name and address in gilt letters was on I of course, of the miners. lies: iu the bottom, the grade of whichis Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . --iU.fHX'; 00 j

There being no legislative business : the flies of the wallet. An identification aid to be very /good. This conipany Does exclusively, a banking business, with facilities fqual to any bank in the
to transact the senate, at 12OC, oa card issued by a life insurance Curiously enough, the Market just state tiolicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations, J
ffiollon of Mr. Cullom of Illinois, went company was also in the wallet. Besides now presents the mobt peculiar as- also: contemplate finding; an outlet on Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All bu-iness
Into executive session. : these articles the medical exam. the gulf similar to Port Inglis, transacted promptly. :
I finer found hi a compartment of Pen- !iHris. Surely, with the greatly increased through which they ('anhip their 10.17 II. E. TAYLOR, Cashier. '

WILL SETTLE ITSELF. nell's wallet $33 in bills 69 cents was demand for Florida plioshates product uud a\10 a tar: .e amount of j

In a change pocketbook and in another iu (Vala ( ,
AjTenne the comparatively small money freights- 'nrrl'pou-
see Not In Harmony With the separate compartment of one of the The Florida Fertilizer Co.
dent Auu'ri\ ,Ferul/-r.. Manufacturing
f .. Wisconsin Idea. two books was a lot of newspaper clippings stocks on baud in the factories the j

i :,hvme. Tenn.. March 9.-In the which were found to be bits of low ocean freights on the one hand,

house of Representatives of the Ten- poetry on love life and death. Gainesville Fla.
and! the exhauston of a number of i
tK.ee legislature this morning a resolution
\ was introduced requiring the Buffalo N.1'.. [arrh 12.-Mrs. arc heretofore rich dep
tort'rnor to ignore the request of the thur Pennell who w.th her husbands of a largely decreased j production incontinence High Grade FertilizersEspecially i

governor of Wisconsin to appoint dele- was dashed over an embankment into and the increased cost of c- j

Old to a convention to consider theI'L. the Genres quarry late yesterday afternoon When can't eat break.
question, clUng that the race is still unconscious at the mining, due to higher; prices for material you
to Florida soils and
adapted products. .Special
question will settle itself. Sisters' hopital in this city and thereis \l.wllaLor, on the otht'rlt would fast, take Scott's Emulsion. .

The resolution was taken up under no hope of her recovery accordingto : Brands for Fruits, Potatoes, Melons, Cotton, Lettuce", Cukes,
seem that all this would have its immediate When can't eat bread
ingpenalcn of the rules and an amend. attending physicians.Mrs. you Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price 81.00

Befit changing "ignore" to "decline to Pennell is suffering from a fractured tiled felt on the market. and butter, take Scott's per 50-pound sack .
act." was reJecte-J and the resolution skull and probably internal in-
Several prominent operators, con- ;
*M adopted. Juries. She has not been able to Emulsion. When you have Ilijrho-t; Ca-.Ii Price I'aid for Dry tone-

I give any account of the events which nected with the largest mining concerns been on a milk diet and W. f'.I<'liord... Ajit'iit.; Ocala I
DID NOT DISAPPOINT THEM : led to the death of her husband, and in the state cllntidt'utly18mreli 1'1"i

her own injuries. Following 12 days want little |
something a more
I your correspondent that they not only t
Pops Lea Received Five Thousand after the murder of Burdick the death KSTlllUSHKI 11 YIVKS.HAHME .
Pilgrims Yesterday. i of Pennell, who had been mentionedIn did not make any money on their nourishing, take Scott'sEmulsion. I

Rome March 9.-The pope yesterday -! the .
of surmises J
morning declared that he felt so today. lost considerable.We .
f hell that he ought not to make those I Investigations! by the police! have To get fat you must cat t f
t stated in December that prices CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSE
;: *Lo had rome considerable distances brought little that is new to light.

to pay him homage wait, and accord- I Ir I The Pennells left their home shortly : would surely rise. We made this de- fat. Scott's Emulsion is a t l

tajly, in spite! of Dr. Laponnl's i ir I before 5 o'clock. It was raining fattener Wholesale Dealers. 1
j advice I duction from the outlook, and the great a great Liquor
but the did
1 Hi hollnfss received 5.000 : couple not seem to mind

;\. from Berlin, Vienna and Belgium pilgrims and this and went out the Kensington road. cable advices received at that time, strength giver. Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale! Dealers in ""111. J. Lemp

I' boxed them i The plunge of the automobile was seen but mainly due to; the fact that several
on his blessing, Those who have lost flesh Brewing Co's St.: Louis Beer.
by two who
I young men say they sawPennell's
E L ,1 Pope Lo was loudly accallmed bye i contracts:! had then been made for
pillrlm hat fly off. want to increase all -
this and next year's deliveries at advanced body
Then the machine swerved and a Adams St. Jacksonville FIn.I
1246-1258 -
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Shot Self and Sweetheart. short time later Pennell was picked up prices' and we concluded tissues, not only fat. Scott'sEmulsion

Richmond, Va., March 9.-Because i o j with his skull crushed. lIe was dead. from this that the market would be increases them all laUU'I: LIST POX .ualal.H'\'I'IUS.
ids his wife lying near unconscious. I
sweetheart refused to marry him, i! Pennell made arrangements to meeta in a much healthier state this:: year.A ----,- ----
KilTii hone fiesh blood and
San.lidgc 11 o'clock
tonight at
spot M Ibi! Nannie Morris three times friend at his home at 6 o'clock last prominent phosphate\ miner in I 30 9S@ Q 0 G eC a e SS 0g
evening and ordered dinner for 7 nerve.
M<1 cite! MM i umhed to the wounds with this city, in answer to an inquiry from
hl !i-s 1.an! an hour. After shootingthe o'clock. A cigar man from whom For invalids! for
Pence' !! purchased a cigar just prior tc one of the leading papers of the state, con !
: B1l11lft
girl } -urned the pistol, a 22 cal-
his death says Penaell did not appear it lib condition of for
&? op.io! huself! inflicting two 1: In puts way: ; \ : consumptives, 9
anway excitedWith these farts
'wouh,!, !in hip lungs. lIe is now at the phosphate market is dull, owingto
In hand, and no statement from Mrs. j':Co'y'eaK: children, for all
tM Viv va: : ho-pital at the point of Pennell, the opinion is that the the stnst-lefes competition between Times-Union
tragedy : I The Florida
_tli and! a. 'o are grave doubts aa was an accident pure and simple the few large producers who have \vio need flesh, Scott'sl i |
; : >r !lie w111\"e.;!
.' 1 j and UK stories of suicide are given lit European counectons, which makes i l:>: iusion! is i a rich and com-
tie credence this morning.
Hiccoughs Killed Him. I buyeis hesitate about buying ahead, [!ortablc) food, and a natural a REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
n>;.ra.r, March 9. ih DAILY AND SUNDAY.
by an : Buffalo I _
X. Y. :March 12. a
-Dr. Eugene
Wick of bii'ooughs. which had lasted fearing prices may go lower, &nd has tonic./ I eg One Month, postage paid ., $ 6c Vft
Smith, house physician at the T.bree.J utb postage paid. ............. 1.30 _
Ithnut Interruption for seven days Sisters' hospital Just left Mrs. Pen reduced present European prices to anequivalent Scott's Emulsion for bone MX: :Months: postage paid 3.0
t.Res J F M. One Year, postage paid <>.00
\ rvary. an army chaplain, of about SG.i5: ton f. e .
1 nell and at 10:30\ a. m. the following per o.
r. form rly of Fort Logan. but lately on made flesh blood and nerve. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $1 50 A YEAR
statement was : Savannah aud .
b. Florida
ports G .. .
U. mired list is dead at the residence Semi i-\ eekly Edition Six Months .v.beauWeekly
; I "The condition of Mrs. Pennell is! Edition ... OI1\"ear i. of his s ntnI3.Ca.pwn Al- very dangerous. She has not regain. Smaller miners, who have to depend Vevil! send youa .

I ford at Fort Sheridan. ed consciousness as yet, and I consider on sales to brokers, must! therefore accept free sample.Bz : communications and remittances should be addressed to .

her chances very much against 6 or lower iu order to effect sales, sure that this picturein

r A Sensation Expected.Raltlh. ; her." which Is less than cost price of the form of a label is on ., THE FLORIDA! TIMES-UNION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. : p

N. c., March 9.-The trial Commissions Issued the wrapper of every bottle -- -- -- -
.r Haywoodfor the murder of Skin- Atlanta, March Commissions duction where royalties are paid.rro-I of Emulsion you buy. .

tel', which Is scheduled to begin at have been issued from the office of the Should each and every big producerof SCOTT & BOWNE

Llilefgh oa March 23, will doubtless adjutant general to First Lieutenant Florida phosphates consulted as I CHEMISTS, I SUBSCRIBE i

to m9 BeoflaUoozU re-relations. It E. J. Logan and Second.. Lieutenant
laid that ereryt>ling back oft Fred C. Baumgartner, of company I, to his opinion regarding the situation 409 Pearl!St., N. Y.

mt tumc .U be toM la court J Fifth infantry, at Rome. J" his answer would be couched in just SOc. and $1 J all druggiitf. .......SISSSSStBSUS.


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I L fi g I. THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 13, iW3 I ..

L 1ItfIj'. undermine public confidence in his II I THE RACE PROBLEM. I ':

fitness to be the head of the Institution :
Sons Old Standard
"My -with the evident purpose of The
Gov. Jennings Will not Send Delegates -
t. weakening it to such an extent that -
said a great businessman, "are my he would be compelled to resign. to Atlanta to Discussthe ;

:: partners: and they need all the They would rather apparently, destroy Race Issue : Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic

strength and I can give
courage the school than see him successfully To the rojKiiion of ih* Wisconsin
them, and he forthwith paid for aIOOO.OOO administer it This stage of
$ policy in The Mutual the case justifies my interference by legislature to ho'il a lOivetilioa at has stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales

Life Insurance Company of New Atlanta f<>r the I ur1" *.? of this letter.A One and Half Million bottles. Does this
over a recordof
York Not without the most care brief review of the circumstancesis the "r Cf i,r >blenj," r.11'Y.. i.; Jenuinj -

ing ful investigation over: six months., however He ,was extend convinced the now founder in order.of the Mr.school Stetson but was his services not- ;-, of Flori.fllt"lIt the f"I1"*'iugTALLAHASSEE. merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. SOc.

by just such facts as led the and contributions largely made reply : Indeed wiUi every !bode is a Ten Cent Packftg: of CJLOVT'S BLACK! HOOT LW!?. LU.. ;

President of a National Bank in FLA., Mcb.6, 1'Jta.: 1 1j
and value.
possible its present power j
New York to make the curious and To the Tribune' Chicago. Ill. I
Forbes its
Dr. was eighteen years ago - -. -
shrewd provision in his will, whichis Your
telegram: making inquiries
president and administrator, beforeMr.
It doesn't follow that the man who
contained in "A Banker's
Stetson came to DeLand at all. nltiive t tll rail tor ronvrution under boasts of his rural origin will enjoy beIng
Write for it and also for the
Under his direction and control the roolutiou! by the Wi-cwiMM! legislature told that be looks like a fanner.
account of the $1,000000 policy,
school the Intentions of Ohio State Journal.
i "The Largest Annual Premiums." grew beyond to meet: in Atlanta to discus! the A HEAVY REWARD .1
Mr. Stetson and the hopes of Its pres-
race: Ilut'>tiou received, asking: if I Intercepted Poison
This Company ranliFittla ident. As vigorous and energetic Package.

Assets. man Dr. Forbes undertook to expandthe will at>|ioint ..Idt"gatta' coi>temf dated Stroudsburg, Pa., Feb. 24-Poison
FrrltInmount Paid Policy-holder to kill 150 persons intended for Chas In ea l-ot' to muni ami. l"wkdh..k will !I". r> aj' .-l I i,
school to meet the demand for educational anti if I think such conferencewill :
< first-In Age facilities in Florida-to In would Grather, a condemned- murderer whois personvlin obtains ui al! ,trart of titl- to lan be helpful. reply beg to be hanged on Tuesday has been r
make it in fact, as well as in came, 1
to say I will not appoint delegates: taken from Mrs A. J. Corr. a sister ol count lwforp invi'stiiir| J hi*. iimiit thnrvin '
COMPANY OF NEW YORK a real university. This seems to have Grether. Mrs. Corr ;
encountered the disapproval of Mr. without legislative direction notwithstanding tie county DO NOT WAIT until you and v -r I iion-x ; "
jail to bid her brother
RICBABD A. MCC IIDY. President. good bye
Stetson, whereupon Dr. Forbes appealed iny desire III give all the She acted strangely and a watchman parted) before obtaining your abstract ol :.' .to fr.n t t'No I

f-H. LIVINGSTON. JR., Agent, Ocala Fla, i successfully to others for aid. assistance! possible to our fellow citizens followed her out and on pretense ofbeing of
use locking the stable after theh' i- '
CI Jacksunvllc, Fla. be alluded to with the utmost delicacy c-elve.d the poison! package from her. i gone. \Y t. will also In pleased to look afN.r .
s 1 settle the race question" now before
5i and with much hesitation. At the i taxes for vou.

r THE STETSON SC NDAL time Dr. Forbes inaugurated some en- them.I o ..

., largements-notably Science Hall. doubt if gaol1 conferences are Jerry Burnett, WRITE US. I

;r 1 x.Editor Calhoun's Very Able Dt costing $60,000 Mrs. Stetson appearson helpful, but do not care to i pjrpre! a"
the scene and seems to have taken Marion County Abstract!
"L f fence of Dr. Forbes. opinion on the htrllU of the call Merchant Company
, the matter out; of the hands of her
Wi H. jE.NM.voi4 Governor.
\ : .. From the TsWa fillil-IS-! :liusbafld. !Mi*. Stetson, is claimed tol I ; s OCALA fLOFUDA.

So much has been have been fearful that the
Editor : Council. Tailoring. <
requlre-I It is up to the City .

. said in the state press about the difficulty ments of the school in a )Ir. McNuff and family and MM ,.,
would outrun bis means, or the means
and scandal at Stetson University Buckley were oocUpabtB l of teats! be- Ocala, Florida t
he had proVUled\ for it in his mind and
II and there is a such an evident Finest Imported and
t will. tit1. Forbes assured him that hind Mr. Lighte)tol'irltetl: team one

trend in a portion of the press to favor such was not the case, but that it day last week for the drive to Ocala. Domestic Cloths. .

controversy, that would be self-sustaining on the enlarged Cutting; Specialty ,
side of the
r hard
one The delights of a drive over our .
I ask room for a summary, brief as basis. It seems that this as- roads were w> thoroughly enjoyed by Fits Guaranteed. When You Buy of Us You Get Full Value Fir Y..r Mwy,

' R circumstances attending surance was well founded, as the ------
! may be, of the --- -
the affair from the beginning. I school Is paying its way, including the Mr. t\utrthal he took advantage nf -', -; .'. I
r '
i have had personal interest and reason building of Science Hall, without another opportunity( to drive in on .c.:' _/,,- \ .1-:" \\ e Are Specialists .

1- :; to Induce me to give the matter a drawing upon Mr. Stetson for any de Saturday;; while praijingour roads in _'_ J f3 .d\ ) ,:;.k .

I ( thorough investigatioa from :an entirely ficiency-which it had not done pre tlh! : : : I
company with our Ocala papers, hefays c_ -= _ _.
I .: unbiased standpoint. I would viously. This fully \indicatP8 both :a:;> I'7L -IN THU.-- _, ._ It
those papers, in speaking of the (' 1---.1: '
the judgment and the administrationof ""\
conclusions public .
It like to make my /?-\ .'--u
If f through your columns. Dr. Forbes, and proves that he hada good roads, should "except the incor- .L.-:.....'...--- -;;- ":' SHOE HAT AND f .
The main point at issue is whether correct estimate of the demand for IKratiolJo-Belle-view: News Letter.Children's q ,

of the institution higher education in Florida. ;
. Dr. Forbes, president g;; ) : UMBRELLA LINES
; c ,bas been guilty of criminal misconduct Notwithstanding he had twice Coughs and Colds. t

i with one of the female teach signed reports and findings entirelyand :Mrs Joe Mcfirath-327, h. lat St., -.,- .

ers. This has been charged upon him. honorably exculpating Dr. Forbes, Hutchinson:! Kan., writes: "I have .

t i' If true he should have been removed Mr. Stetson-or his ostensible representatives given Bollard's: Horehound Syrup to 6 and can show you the best goods in

i from his place. If untrue, the proceedings -remained implacable, and my children for coughs and colds for the r

t <-. of the trustees who removed the millionaire benefactor of the in- the past four years, and find it the city f

! Mr. Stetson from the presidency of stitution gave it out that he had cut best medicine I ever used," Unlike ROLLS FROM Only the best =--=c'CC-c.=-__ _- .

i' their board and confirmed Dr. Forbes out from his will the legacy he had many cough syrups it contains no OUR OVEN material goes "

. in the presidency and administration intended for the school. This broughtup opium, but will soothe and heal any only into the the oven and W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE ( 't< >. I

of the institution are fully justified. to the board of trustees the ques- disease of the throat or lungs quicker

t.. I will first consider the question of tion of choice between tne man who than any other remedy. 2oc.! SOc. and BEST BREADrolls Ocala Florida.

, the guilt or innocence of Dr. Forbes. had given of his surplus and the man ROIl at Auti-Monopoly Drug Ktore.; m out. It is delightfully crisp and S
: Last July an attorney of DeLand, who who had given of his liework-the -- --- whole ome. A few slices buttered is a
r who in sustenanceand Why Williamson Would be Lonesome. meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas
represented himself as acting for Mr. man gave money meat.

>' Stetson, exhibited to me a mass of affidavits the man who had given ability We should certainly regret to know Orders for Bread, etc., can be more

:; which he had secured againstDr. and talent and judgment and skill that there was any truth in the cur satisfactorily filled byBENDS'

Forbes and the lady in question, and who had conferred success in v
_ rent report that Mr. Flagler has bold
,-- and which I believe comprise all he practical operation. They wisely decided hid railroad and hotels in Florida. BAKERY The Ocala Seed Store.Is t :

: has been able to obtain up to this in favor of the man who had

I I.t date. In it all there was not a shredof bestowed life in preference to the man We would hate to lose him as a citizen Than by any cikir I t Ukuj in town. t I

what any court would call evi- who had bestowed money only. The principally for the reason that the
the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
dence. I gave it careful considera man who gave money had been rewarded editor of the Floiidiau would then be THE-----T

( tion. There was absolutely nothing by having the institution named the only millionaire left in the stale. be glad to serve its customers in any way pmtiblc
, in his honor he had been acclaimed M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
in it but hearsay and rumor, the idlest -
Jacksonville Floridian.! If we don't in line what
carry want andw'
chaff of idle gossip. The foundationof a noble philanthropist-he had got _. :yon
-- . COMPANY .
it was the surmise of a man whom the worth of his money. The other Judge Joseph Tilliuan, of Quitman, : to us for it anyway and we will get it for you. no

oj" Dr. Forbes had detected in stealing man must fain be content with the matter what it be.
Ga. hag show what effort may
persistent F. D. POOSER, Agent,
systematically from the University, sense of duty performed and the affection -

and whom he had discharged from his of the young men and women will do. Syrup has been his theme OCALA, FLORIDA
i connection with it, a man who was whom he had so greatly benefited, for years and he has finally succeededin

afterwards dismissed in disgrace from and for him there is no other reward.It arousing: an interest in its planting BAXTER CARN Manager.

the Methodist ministry for theft, ly- is impossible to explain or account -
in the greater part of Georgia, Florida, s re- E 1 r Y I 1 .--- -
i iHg, profane and obscene language for Mr. Stetson's attitude and
and the other Gulf state Under bis
and wife beating. His testimony, evidently conduct except upon grounds which I

; rank perjury, based upon a de will not express in words, lest he method it excells all other syrups and A. E. DELOUKST\

< ; sire for revenge-equally evidently might be blamed for things for whichhe it is believed the demand for it will

. prepared with much skill to steer is not personally responsible. He make it.reach a dollar a gallon. The

3 clear of any assertion of fact which is to be duly honored for what he has
refuse can be fed to stock and is a HARDWARE.
} could be rebutted to prove its falsitywas done and it would be unbecoming and

r not of the slightest force in ungrateful; to detract in the least from great fattener.A .

! showing a state of facts as alleged. the credit due him. The people of
Physician Writes. As before stated, 1 have on hand a
; This testimony was unsupported by Florida appreciate it, and are gratefulbut carload of one and two-horse mowers, Sash and
"I am desirous of knowing if the \i\ Farming
a solitary assertion of fact in the accompanying intelligent and fair-minded pub- rakes sickle grinders and repair- .
affidavits, numerous as lic sentiment will approve the judg profession can obtain Herbiue in parts, and shall have in the next ten Doors, Vtp }/'. Tools. .
;; bulk for prescribing purposes: It has: days a car load of reapers, binders,
they were. ment of the board of trustees, regretful -
been of great use to me in treatingcases shredders and every part pertainingto Ready Mixed
The matter has been the subject of that the occasion arose for that make ..4A
harvesting a t of dJ,pepsia: brought on by ex- V .
three official estigations. The first body to make a decision. Remember that the McCormick Paints Etc. ,;,
I l was by a committee composed of Mr. This is a very brief and insufficient cesH of overwork. I have never binder is the only right hand machine
known it to fail in restoring the organs on the market and should
Stetson, Rev. William II. Stewart and resume of the incident, but it is true you ---- --
eilected, to their healthful act. any other, you are f ure to he disappointed -
Rev. Dr. George B. Foster, of Chicago, that in no detail of the circumstanceswhich .
SOoabotileatthe AntiMonopoly
the latter being a special representative have necessarily been omit- We defy and chill nue the world to
of the University of Chicago, ted-is there the shadow of anythingthat Drug Store. 01 meet us in the harvest field. Thereis FERN HILL iIi !
L the place to show what machines >
with which Stetson University is would lead to other conclusionthan your ., at
T Another Stove Contest. are. Call and see me and I
closely affiliated. This committee, of that Dr. Forbes and the trustees will
give that will interest
Mr. 8. B. VanCIeave, representing you points
which Mr. Stetson was a member, unreservedly who sustain him are entirely in the you. and ave you money. Every H. ROSENTHAL |1& SONS Distillers
exonerated and acquitted right. J. D. Calhoun. the Buck's Stove and Range Co., of machine sold will be put up and Cincinnati, 0. i iI

l Dr. Forbes. The second examinationwas Tampa, Fla. St. Louis::, Mo. was in the city on business tested before it is turned over to you.

made by a large committee, Wakeful Children. for bis firm Monday, and paidthisofficea F. D. POOSER Agent.
j which arrived at the same conclusion. S-lS-dlt-wlm This is the Wiskey you hear people talking about
For a long time the two year old pleasant call. The girlsof

1 i The third was made by the entire child of Mr. P. I. McPhearson, 59 N. Ocala will shortly have an opportunity ( when they gay "That Good Whiskey" It ha

board of trustees-twenty-one gentle- Tenth St., Harrisburg, P*.. would held its place at the head of the cobtm*
win another of those
to beau.
men of the highest standing-and the three hours T. MURPHY of Grade
sleep but two or in the High Goods for
board was unanimous in the same tiful nickel plated ranges-the Buck's many yet
I early part of the night, which madeit what?
finding. It is a well known principle hard for her parents. Her mother Junior. The contest will be announced ,

of law that a man shall not be twice concluded that the child bad stomach later in these! columns. Machine) and Iroi) Wor s. IT'S MERIT I 1
placed in jeopardy for the same offense
trouble, and gave her one half of one
Yet Dr. Forbes was three of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Mr. E. Helveneton, who for the past

times brought to trial for the same alleged Tablets, which quieted her stomach few weeks has been in New York purchasing .
t misconduct Each time he was Iron, lira and Bronze 'til- STRAUSS & CO. '
and she slept the whole night through.Two the spring and summer stock 1
1 honorably acquitted with the supple- boxes of these tablets have effected Ingle; Machine and Pattern ,
mentary verdict that there had never of goods for the H. B. Masters Store
a permanent cure and she is now Shop; Marineandltail-
l been shown against him a circumstance returned home Sunday night. Mr. Distributors.
well and strong.Sold/ by Anti-Mou- road
i P- which justified the slightest Kepair
opoly Drugstore. m Helvenston purchased one of the
suspicion. -- -- 610 tt Ill E. lay St Jacksonville. OcalaCure .
handsomest stocks of Iiur
goods ever d fa.
\ It would ordinarily be supposed that General Albert W. Gilcbrist, of De-
this would be sufficient to settle the brought to this city and cordially invites
Soto county, who i is pro-nlnently mentioned -
t matter forever-but it seems not to in connection with the speaker everyone to call and inspect the

,, have done so in this case. The pursuit ship of the Florida Legislature was same To a Cold in One GrwCHp ;

of Dr. Forbes continued, and his in town this morning fixing up his political The Ocala Public Library, whichwas Day
assailants appealed to th J newspapersand fences. He ii making a strong
to public opinioA. Unable to closed all of last week for the TAb Laxative Bromo Quinine T Het /
fight and ii giving opponents some- $. / mra&&utnr& / em eon*

make a case against him before the thing to do to head him ofL-L M- purpose of having the tame cleaned, stv+* .../d.. u> 4 Ia Met la mo> & & ,ra rrasrc. bone aScea

proper tribunals, they undertook to burg; Commercial. la again open to the public.



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'HE CHATTANOOGA I CAPSIZING OF BOAT I ::++...++..+4+..4......*...* ..._......._...6..........4444N I DESPERATE NEGRO COAL COMMISSION'S'


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: THE HEIGHT OF THE RIDICULOUS : Was Member of The Garfield
ristened By Daughter oft Sixty Men Thrown Into Swift l a -I Final Report Will Soon Be

Chattanooga's Mayor. Current. : By Oliver Wendell Holmes O i Thomas Gang. ; Sent to President.

I .
WROTE some lines once on a time + !
L i. I -. And thought, as. u! ual, men would say : I

.. Crowd Including Large Delegation Ten Are Known To Have Been Thej were exctt-ding good.Tue The Leader of Jhe Gang Now Chainec ;,
Indirectly R
I Union Will Be ognlutf.
<, Drowned and Several Others Are In Pnenix City Jail to Guard Against
Ten- +
From Chattanooga end ;
: > wen- .-
nessee. Witnessed the Affair-Description Still Missing-Searching For Bodies I : I lau;:btnl as I would die; : His Rescue by Comrades-Gang i! feet from October-Hours ReluHd

Is Now Progress.. Albeit! in the gt'lll"ral:1) Was Known by Authorities. j jColumbus. jI
of Cruiser.
soU I. I For Time Men.
A mall am :
Glenn Falls. \. Y., larch S.-By the : Ga., March 9.--Charle= I J JPa.1
Eiuiboih, N. J., March S .-The cruiser 4 herald
New March 7 *
of ferI i York
capsizing a flat boat used as a all I
more, a negro desperado and
l'battanuOga launched at 2:30 : I cull***! my M-rvaiit, and be came; : >
} boat at Spiers Falls to4ay a number round thief was killed by Marshall W I prints the following as a summary rf
kind it of.him
How was 4-
his .ttt rn .Jn. She slid dawn grace- 4
of men were drowned. C. Campbell, of I'henuc City this morn the findings of the coal strife comou-
.. the launching cerjfmonte : To mind a slender man like me, :
ully: into t'! water,
How many lives were lost is not yetUefinitely I ing. Lion appointed by President Howie-
lIe of the mighty limb. .
> U.-ing: most successfully cart but it is reported veit which is expected, will be
known j 4 Passmore is a member of GarfieldThomas's it

oUtGr.at had to be taken in that ten perished. j : "These to the printer," I exclaimed, : gang, .and when the ofScet Landed to the president within a

pmauticn The scene of the accident U remote I And in my humorous way, 4 attempted to arrest him he stoutly week.
"launiTiics( : fn.- Chattanooga because and but few details have as yet reached 4 restated and assaulted the officer whc "There will undoubtedly b* \ toast
inn 4 I added (as a trifling jest,) 4
ttor. > wa Jnl. ) 5oo fett water this place. According to one report : "There'll be the devil to pay." : shot him down. a. 10 per cent advance In th. '..' fur
( ...t ot rl! wat>. and the cruiser iscore ., .
Co men were on the boat. The Garfield Thomas one of the leadersof mining to take effect f-um: : ;:iw.
::",," fert long. To over- I. ,
.11 current w an very swift and a mass of I He took the pUller, and I watched, c_ the gang, was arrested after a lively the miners returned to *uin .., : O4
com.th. .. '". :.wg'r. a system of checking ,' ice and !lors struck the craft. In the I .. And saw him peep within; 4 l chase in Phenix City last night tober. The per diem mil." .* Wlii
\ .t nl, the vessel was detltJ ,
M. :
confusion r!:(> boat was tipped over : At the first liue he read, his face : When first arrested he obeyed the offleer not have their wages 111.\ but
T I .> ,i nuat weights were se- throwing ,tw occupants into the river Was all upon the grin. 4 but as the latter was bitchinghis will be recommended i..r tia 1J '
": .\ .:.,\\ n I in the ground on O .
CU. .. ,
Search is i o\,' being made for th* hcr--:: Thjmab attempted U takt for a day of i I. hou: '. I

ei.-!. : 'in. \\a\s. As'the cruiser missing, T L.::Jof whom were swept ; 4. lie read the next; the grin grew broad ** the off;<'tr'a revolver away tn>:n. B.} "Tht-: .-" .'. 41! pay \\ .', : Ulra

ktr ii alt: was water-born, a down th<- .. i. lit ..:rt am. I : And shot from ear to ear; : ing u11sue-'ff'11 in this! the negrc eJ.'j L' i > ra<. L .! :. -

1" :iropes were broken. There '.v. : t> tin n t n in the boat. In 4 He rend the third: a chuckling uoiso ran. Ciuyoa tanitto the aibtanc ti.-:. ;5 ..1 l !., I'' 'j-..ed i,) ,'.::, ;tt
,ti.ii:au: a strain of 20 I .
r the eon!:' '::n ore i ::J.n juni],od out | : I now began! to hear. : Of the nun-hall! and the nero watlocke irs:>t j j i i > ;. cn 1 I"

i way t ih! .- ship gradual- and in jumt>-ng. soi/: ".1 the tackle rope. 4I :it-c'r Knew of hi.- by fit :,,1. i .' .. .. 'lbi" -: J rill

: in :inv- &.H' reached the This caused: the boat'! to tip half the I : The fourth: bo broke iitt: > a roar: : coahdc-rati x and :o -,:t-vtni thi'm frorr II; 'I." i i-;:; I If"

mea falling MT tV iver.; and heng: 4 The hfth: his vvuistliand split; taking him out til: jail as they expected at 11 .:. ,, .. .. .. :,t. 1 a. .

1 i'"I'> a .'as. ; ('listened: by carried i1 n 1'y the _':;!ift current.The :: The sixth lit1 1 burst me buttons off, : thp> would t 1'1;) do, Thomas wa.chajuca .- I.F-ti al-_v ;l'.l.' a lat
II ,81111101.] -. daughter! ofi :Ui, Aud tuiiibk-d iu u tit. .. I In w.t.. ,.
r estimates arce that ten I U sfctuiviv t;> the piisui cell; I!
I i i '>. (c' (C'nttanjoga.. The "" o .. .
men \\1 n'nt(1.'! Tho officers! then went in scaich ci i'' It. ; rt
r I' \ I ,' Miss Francis I I : Ten day and uisrhts. with sleepier eye : Thouuo' pal- -\Kh:: the result that Of l!.,' IU: I.. .. .'h' :, L

J. t. tL Faxon. TheM : \\atrlHHl th: \\retdifd 1111111 : Charles ?arc': ; who was one of the '..fl: : !. ,I. U'l! !. ". ., !t.

'1 '3i ,". 1 ;-- Cihmbliss,1 REPUBLICANS HOLD CONVENTIONTicket I I i Andmrr.. I 1ie&'r dare to write I 'them was Ki'lfd! this morning. dtt :: J, ., '. : 4.'

'. _- :i o\v vas: gold- : As fiinuv a-5 1 I'LII Thoii'a'; is, wartf 1 on the (' argc 01! PI" ':" 't ; : !h,. t I"' .
N a".1" ui'a! the national Selected After a Most Spirited I "T"I 1 L' li... t.'imi!
i assault with intent
I'44e .. .tt. +. .. to murder in
+44G+44G +4?4G3bG4'$4.:. .t.+ '
Campiaga. Buena Vista. by thl'.1! : :
; ,h);g: U a steel protectt'U Chicago. larch .-The Republican *
Bu: ?lIeo.e. known to be another fYt:1.t:i : :t. : : U. P-- <
cl :."Jtlw I ,ti! Georgia, pine. convention for the nomination of a meml.fr of the gang: is still at large Ti.-: 1 I. ,: ; I"I
lt- ,I. r all is J)8 feet, 6 inches ticket for the election ; .
city spring: : 01- tb, 1'1'1:: ', '.. : i,1' !L, : I.'

Lt : ,.t i;n the load water line. ganized at noon today with ex-Judge I POLISH EDUCATOR ARRESTED. a nii:.': L.s: a _!h; t., I.t!
ti. ... ',: .-l.th: is 41 feet, draught STLLJMYSTEiYPolice I
Lorm C. olins! as chairman.. The can moI.ii'! ;. n I., '. thou1' ] [R'.tt
I 1'I\ ', r T': I ,.Iaeenient. 5200:! tons. didates named caucus shortly after .
at a Confined For Past Ten Months In Si : not Li :'ore!: ;in t: union

rh .r. fnur sll'l,1 decks and a deep midnight came regulaily before .1 Collection Of Indemnity Said Morally Certain They Petersburg Prison. ThiN r'i'. i.f t : :u vt i:', : tw

of!, .'mi Munplftrly around the ship the convention and were: I. Boston March 9.-The Poles of Bas held go",! lo--, -I!.r.'(' j""a.mendaiiiii ; ..' t>moc

blI''. : li'\ uat.r line. The cofferdam For mayor Graeme Stewart; city To Be Causing Distress. Know Right Party. ton are greatly excited over the news .:. to l IIf' :...: Itt t.

fi''i:,..i i! \\ :ii! com pitch vellulose for treasurer Thomas O'Shaughnessy; I, Just received from Europe that William tlemfnt ..i' waand oi h. r *

''1.1.! m of the ship. There is city clerk, Frederick C. Bender; city the T.d of tbt .
ARMS ARE BEING IMPORTED. SUSPICION POINTS TO WOMAN. Miller of Boston, has been arrested at fH".n
't rf' i'.u ':'iMjlilr: bottom the full length attorney John F. Smulzki.Of -- "" "" by: the Russian government and "In !<-,'ald'jlUfS: ; tin. "I'" "' Wl.l.u ;
\IV*..i ':tjl; and ten complete trans- the 940 delegates chosen after !
exiled to Siberia. be advit<'j to tat: 'Aii i; : l.t' : tt-I"
Rebels In South China Also Very Active Victim's Head Was Beaten to Pulp
w-i'-rtijht bulkheads extending .
rers.Hi the most spirited contest ever knownin Miller has been recently engaged In of the miners :and twn e a

al oVt' thi water line. The pilot house the city 596 were pledge for Sr..-. -New Chinese Minister Expected and Then Tightly Wrapped In a endeavoring to educate the Poles suggestion fur ';)Cal ;.>. : krl.-:
Md < !han hflu"e are built of bronze and 337 for John "
art Maynacd Har tratioa.
; to Bring! Important Instructionsfrom Quilt-Officials Are Very Reticent whenever they may be, and he had not
lad the water t'.Kht doors are operated Ian. Seven delegates weie uninstructed -
Government. confined his work to Russia alone.
His Today.
from rvntral station.
a .
.Various societies of well to do Poles
The armament of the Chattanooga Mr. Harlan, notwithstanding! his defeat Washington March 7.-Wliile no advices Buffalo N. Y.. March 7.-Despite the have contributed funds to his care for

fOlts n' 1ft Slncl quick-firing gunsIn at the primaries made a strong have been received at the Chinese fact that the police and the officials this purpose and it was the accountsfor Physician Declare New York Woman

lh<> man! battery, one each being fight in the convention for the mayor. legation here regarding the seri of tLe district attorneys office have repeatedly this money and not the money that Died From Natural Cautrs
1 nHuatc.j! I at the ends of the vessel on alty nomination. His supporters met New York. March 7.- Ti. !M I itfrv
ous condition of affairs which is approaching asserted that they were mor- was found on his person, that caused
1 tie main i t. \' Mu&a

i Broadside of thp gun deck. The see- they would use> every fair means to China as a result of the renewed activity boll who murdered Edwui L. Burdick, His Boston compatriots declare that whose boay was found to a ." h4

ocdarv hatterv: ronsista of eight C- convince the delegates that inasmuchas of the Boxers and of other: reb- and that that person was a woman, Miller had no revolutionary! motives, room in a house in West Th..rte-.

pewter, apid fire guns two 1-pound- Mr. Harlan carried many of the els in various parts of the country, it they :still:; hesitate to make a decisive and that his sole motive was to educate enth street last night wu tw t \ cleared

Pr,. with fonr machine guns and one heavily Republican wards by his ma- is the understanding that the new minister move. Suggestions that might givea and assist Polish immigrants who. today by the statement that .
Jleli sun for landing purposes. The Jontiss he is the logical nominee of eician had examined th Ik !v and
ir Leang Chen Tung. who sail- clew to the motive for the murder upon landing in America are iletaine i
B-inrh pins of the broadside batteryof the convention. ed from Hong Kong on Feb. 27. on the have, been eagerly sought and sifted. by the inspector and often sent back: told the police the wonu ibtbly; .

the Chattanooga are protected by j steamship Korea for San Francisco.will Innumeiable crews have been followed. owing to their lack of education tad died of natural (rftuae I In coo

inch nlekelsteel plating. NEGRO FIRES INTO I bung Washington important instructions The police say that many of these have A mass meeting will be held here cection with the statement of Con aun
There are two powerful searchlights II I bearing on the subject. In strengthened their suspicions until to protest, Sunday. and Secretary hay with whom the woman ram I.t the

M the flying bridge: and the vessel is I addition to the uprising of the rebels they are almost positive of the identity will be asked to act. house on Sunday when the room wu
,t. hare a wireless telegraph equip- Four Are Suffering From Buckshot j engaged for her. that they ... from
and the increased importation of arms of the murderer but material evidence Miller, it is declared here, is an
But Its bunkers! can carry 700 tons Wounds.St. Chicago the police reported....,.
I the extortion practice by the viceroys is lacking. American citizen. His real name is
[ie coal and Its cruising radius will be Joseph Mo, March 9.-Becausu in the collection of indemnity, is Other clews have either led to Vincente ?Milikewicz but he adopted that a check for a sleeping berth on

mote than 5.MO knots. they jerred at hIm. Walter Green a said to have caused the most distress- /oth'ing or refilled in more mystery.The Miller for convenience. He has been the Michigan Central ww Mod

t negro aged 13: years fired into a crowdof I ing conditions in many provinces.I' police are less communicative today imprisoned for ten months in St. Petersburg among tIer effects. The na .... for

NORTH RIVER TUNNEL.IW" white boys at South St. Joseph European Advices that have reached and there is a widespread feeling already according to the rePOrts the room and after handing &M woman

-- with a shotgun wounding four of Washington in the last few days show j that they are at a standstill for the here. some bottles of dark liquid the

Be Ready to Carry Passengers In them, John Good. Clyde Christopher no evidence of weakening on the part |i present at least. landlady's sister cayi she beard kin

' 1-0 About a Year. Arthur Smith and Philip McGee, aJ! I of the powers in their demands for | In theory the police are in a position HIGH WATER AT NATCHEZ. say:

)" \w York. March 9.-W. 0. McAdoo: members of prominent families. the payment of the indemnity? in gold. i i to lay their hands upon the murderer "Don't forget to take thla mdtct.

president of the New York anc New The gun was loaded with buckshotand I This problem will be the firsts ;< at any moment, but in direct Steamers Are Busy Rescuing People, you know I am a physician"One

J rsey company which is completing the boys were struck in different the new minister will grapple with I', evidence that would warrant an arrest Plunder and Stock. of the bottles was foasd _lit,.

h. old tunnel under the North river. parts of tho body anJ head. None of I I upon his arrival in Washington. He they are no nearer a solution of the Natchez. Miss, March 9.-Gauge at The police are looking for the aua. .

U quoted as saving: them. it is believed is dangerously Is expected here early in April. j mystery than they were one week 8 a. m. was 45 feet 1 foot above the

About 300' feet of iron tunnel. 18 wounded. Green has been arrested. Besides Sir Leang there are GO mem. i ago when the murder was discovered.An danger line. CAR ROBBER CAU HT.

ff\ in diameter have been built since bers of his party including new i I official in a position to know the The steamer Senator Cordill from
the work was resumed last fall and charge d'affaires and secretaries for situation said: Vicksburg is 12 hours overdue having Two Negroes Arrested One P44. ..
River Rising at Vicksburg. i
Bore rapid progress u ill be made fromthis the Chinese legations in Spain Peru i "In actual evidence which would ben detained by removing people Shot by Officer
Vicksburg Miss, March 9.-The river .
on"The. and Cuba consuls general for San I support an arrest we are as badly off plunder and stock to places of safety Americua. March Charles McLra-
company Is building two tubes showed 46.3 feet on the gauge this Francisco and New York, and a con as we ever were. At the same time on high ground. The Betsy Ann will don, a well known negro Iae,.. vas

11I4f'r< the river. one to be known as morning. and it will probably go 3 sul and vice consul for Honolulu also we are morally certain who tIe mur- return this evening from Smithland shot and Jailed today charged with

Ut>e north tunnel! tne other as the and possibly 4 feet higher. first secretary. Mr Chen to succeedMr. I derer is." La., having turned back at that point. car robbery.

wth. I think the north tunnel will The authorities here do not con Shen. who will return to China. Does: : suspicion still point to a wo- Her trip was more in the nature of While a Central of Georgia fnfeat

W finished under the river by the sider the situation dangerous unless man? relief than business. She took a number train stopped in the yards her last

,early part of next fall but as the approaches there are some rates In the Ohio val FAMOUS OLD TREE DYING. I "It does. It points to one who( bad of people and 100 head of cattle eight thieves raided it, burst opt tae

on the New York and New ley and contiguous points. to( meet expenses amounting to about from Knox La., to Fort Adams, which doors and tumbled out a quantity of

.JfrJf'161de-J will not be finished before The levees on the Mississippi are Taken From Virginia by Sir Walter $100 a month without any risible with Hutchins Landing, is. the only freight

tt. spring of 1904. it will not be possito higher and stronger than ever before. Raleigh and Planted In London. means to meet them. point where stock can be taken between The aet was detected a4 oeeer

to put the tunnel Into operation The point of interest in the general New York. March 7.-The old cataLpa "Will you name her?" here and Dayonsara.: William Feagan shot McL4oa ....
situation is the effect of the closingof he attempted to get th* slot** .....
ad carry passengers until the latter tree which is a feature of Grains "We will name no names until It is .
t ate.Then the tunnel is opened for St. Francis basin Inn gardens right in the heart of London written in the warrant charging the General Funston's Field Extended. Another negro Jerry Diios, wa* arrested .

1 fastens It will be thoroughly light- and which was taken from Virginia person with murder in the first de Denver, March 9.-Brigadier General and Dlxon's mules sad wafn,

ttI with flectrlclty and perfectly venA River Rising at New Orleans. by Sir Walter Raleigh and was I gree." t Frederick Funston, commanding the concealed under a railroad brtda, Ma*

flate& single track will be laid New Orleans. March 9.-The river to have been planted In Us present position I Perhaps the most interesting devel- department of the Colorado United by taken In custody

i ," each tunnel so that the car will gauge here today read 17.6 a rise of by Queen Elizabeth is. accord. opment in connection with the crime States Army has received unexpected Many raids upon freight trmiu .r.

1IIOTe In a single direction in each three-tenths in the past :24 hours. Thia ing to London advices to The Herald, itself is the interview given by Dr. on'erfl: ca''ing him to Washington for been made here recently. ..... *

l' tabe. is nearly 2 feet less than the record reported to be dying. Marcy, in which he says that the vic a conference with Assistant Secretary Boil and Officer Feacan ma4 tfene

made in 1897. The weather is clear Queen Elizabeth was prevented by tim's head was not only beaten to a of War Sanger. The secretary has captures.

ts la ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY. in the state and the levee engineerssay I illness from planting the tree herself, | pulp, but that the murderer carefully caused a revolution in Funston's ar

all the levees along the river are and she del utized Sir Francis Bacon, j I' wrapped a quilt around the murdered rangements. He was instructed tc BLIZZARD DAMAGE: WAS MlAT.

Stjn He Will Make Race For United in good condition and capable of afterward Lord Verulam to take her man's body to smother any possible assume command of the department ol

States Senator:>hip.i standing considerable more water. place. As Raleigh named Virginia !I outcry. If the blows on the head the Columbia. embracing Washington Texas Stock Men Lost HacvMy *y ....

i J ckson. Miss; aMrch Governor There is at present no apprehension after his sovereign in 1585, the tree !; had not been fatal the victim certainly Oregon. Idaho and the whole of Alaska Cold Wav. .

A. L. Lflngtno has made a formal so far as the city embankments are which he transplanted is well over !'I would have smothered to death in : April 1. succeeding General Ran I Fort Worth. Tex.. March T .-Railroad

UIOQl1'pm'nt of his candidacy for concerned. three centuries old.PROMINENT 1. the tight folds of the quilt around his dall. I men returning frotr ih.- P.c. Han. :

fit Tolted Sutcs senate in letter I head and the upper part of the body. die country state that t.t.c' .' I" na re
a .- To Separte Races In Cars. suiting from the recent L': ',-" : U Hiwor ..
'd4rnsii to the Democracy of the MAN SUICIDES.S. ---
Census Director Resigns. BOY OPENED: SWITCH. Little Rock Ark., March 9-The senate ,r ever known. Thsufl
state and plv.s notice! he will make Washington, March 9.-Governor i today passed a house bill N>quir loss to the stork own of T< x..s and
| thorough canvass during the spring A. Brice of Walker County Takes' ,
Merriam, director of the census Simply Wanted to See What Would ing street ear companies in cities ol the Urntor'.f's: it !is 'said, ". reach
.U4lumml'r.; placed his resignation in the hands of( His Life With Gun. I Happen. the first-class to operate s paraHeet half a milliontiollars! !:
n. tovcrnorites: the citizens ol LaFayette Ga., March 7.-S. A.
the president today. It will take ef. ( white and colored .
Savannah Ga., March 7.-It has 'a.1'S)1' peo What is considered a rmistrratH ;
$3iasippi to his record as chief Drice one of the most prominent citi
exec- fect on May 15. Governor Merriam been developed by officials of the Sea- pie or to separate such passengers estimate of the loss of live stock is >
ltve. and tasrs his claims for pro.fer.IIItct zens of Walker county. committed j
resigns to accept the vice presidencyof I| board Air Une railway that a small In cars operated for both. given at 24 per cent and some raarhf
on that showing. lIe will suicide near his home in this county .
op. the International :Mercantile agencyof white boy aged 8, named Birdie Ry- The bill now goes to. the governor. report as high as 75 per eeat Th
,liar(ae Senator Money. Both are pop- New York and will remove from Thursday by shooting himself with a j als, opened the switch at Evergreen, Matador ranch lost; 1,300 h *4. j
a n a
race Washington to that city. Tom Watson Indisposed.
i tor I Fla., which caused the wreck there l
*!; campaign Brice explained his act in a
:yesterday of the Seaboard's limited Moultrie, Ga., March 9.-Hon Thomas Will Resist Miners' Styto

Sugar Receipts From Hawaii. I note left which contained only the from Jacksonville to New York. E. Watson who was to have delivered Colorado Springls. Goto. Mare T.-
Never Killed First Wife. following words: "
San }'ran ico.Ia.rt'h; Seventeen No reason is assigned except that his lecture on "The South. her At a meeting of the line OW...' a*
Tene Haute. Ind. March 9.-It was "Grief sorrow affliction and discon
on March 9. has canceled his
.th laden vessels arrived here from Hawaii the child wanted to see "what would engagemerit cociation of the Cripple GFMk district
*11 learned here today that Em tentment. as he is suffering from an at
the jnonth of February the total happen. a resolution was adopted d.ay
Btubbi Knapp, the first wife oi Mr. Brice had had a number of I I tack of malaria.
'.bed receipts for the month being $51,848- Thirty minutes before the arrivalof log to any persona or orgaaiaAtkiM
1892 deaths in his famIly. several of his
Knapp died here Dec 8
bt 800 pounds. The total receipt sat I the train the boy told PostmasterA. I the right to direct the marketiag of
that her children having died of .
in High. consumption.He
body was burled Cal Stewart Killed.
I this port for the first two months of Herring of Evergreen. that he intended I the products inchidiog the aMOdo
L L Uwa cemetery. Mrs. Knapp: is survived by one eon. I Rome, Ga., March 9.-A young railroad
r the foot up 97.365,000 pounds I to open the switch but the tion. It fs in resopnse to tae noticeto
e the mother of a child Dec. 28 year The act was committed in the woods man was killed while
against 77,170,500 pounds for the same I postmaster though he lives within 150' coupling mine owners from the Weatora P.ser&tion .
.me the Dee. 28 near Mr. Brice's home. He Is thought
mother of a child c&rs. He was a single Th
time last showing an increased fast of the switch took no notice of man. of Miners not to chip to tM
Ul ThU year to have shot himself at 10 o'clock
child U now in the school I body was shipped to Cedartown foilaterment.
movement this year of over 20,000OiiC the boy's threat Both the boy and three mills At Colorado City walet
tllt'hl.-m1nde4 Sunday morning. but his
body was .
youths ftt Ft. Wayne Herring Lave confessed to these facts. lore tow borQOU&1 ty the frdnalh,,
pcunds. cot found until last nigt! '" j



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""\,. >.. f a THE! OCALA IUXXER, MARCH 13, iflus! :J _

} : t L i J THE I'nntcd BAPTISTS by Rtquot.SCANDAL.AND THE STETSON- I :_ ."fffffffffffffftf" " f fPf" "f f f f f ff"ff"P." "ffff,f,,1"" f'1lfffff''''" "ff f Pfff" "f"fff"f f 1ff" f f.IPf" f f f f"ff"ffl" "ff"Iff, "tI1" "

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,t THe Baptist church at Palmetto. Fla, to hernsterDartlstchurchesot --
Florida: --
i Dear Brl"thrt'nr&Ve situation : ABE JAKETEA -ill

confronts us iu relation to StetsonUniversity. &-
i.i &

1 t f; a 1i P The recent. IlipiNt State CoU'ene as

I i tion at Lake City assumed to commit .at&. P011 GROC :RY

; tbeliipiUt of Fiorina/ ? by the language S

used in the resolutions!! in eulogiiiug : ..Vi..
# Dr. Forbes, and expressions! of .... .
complete confidence in him and in :- __ i
... .
vindication of him, pertaining to -- ---- ...", t
charges of immorality and alto, .. I

strong and vigorous: resolutions denouncing .
: theoiitimatois and circulators 1 Il.. & }
of evil re| ru against him, as C>

1 vicious and persecuting enemies ....
Tbtieresulutluns.; jjrcm: the name ::- ...
of "'fill? Ifciptns: pt F!!<,ri/i| | in couc
yruljelt! fI ?elllllydrir

r: ,\. we know' this: was wholly .. 4t

without the authority of the Baptist ::- & -- ... -.c. -. ...
: = .
of Florida, C -
G turt:hex or the Baptists
J.Batt is rush an assumption of author ...- ...".
convention aa will allwt the t>i '
.i j. ty fair bv name the of Florida\ Baptists, "f'inVeitigation fI.>-..; Every up/fxvdate. food is here, provided it is wholesome Every

by the cmirU "tll\1le\ te ..-

the present-course us f.!I of seeking:Mr. Hteteon.to uphold It wlll immorality 0i ...= modern method for giving our customers prompt service is used We': ..

; and "whitewashing" the G::-E E keep in close touch with ideas There
criminal. t: o o ootiB: t endof..the-century j ij
Already a goodly number of the o- tiAOE a
.. 1 D1:1:
'i; strong secular term.papers', the have board denounced of trusteesfor in :. ::: is no fancy price at this store and everybody is treated =

_: 5I presidency nll"illg'r of the board Metsou, and from a strong the CII 05 G -- alike? you can do just as well as your neighbor: your six

fi public sentiment sustains )Ir. fctetson

:t 1 in his course. :..::: year old child can do just as well as you. There is no
We have not heard a Baptist iu this: G\ = I

f section, but who commends Mr. Stetson :::: D g a Is:s work here and take chances :'
f r i for using every effort to hf.ve ::- ; guess you no The things'
'. Stetson University on touch a high

,, plaue icion.of morality as: to be above su*. .0-..::: 'g.. B BQ B we sell you must be good, or we will make them good ; J!

r ...: ,
1 Our church disavows and disclaimsall
-- ...
., j connection with or responsibilityfor tttll .-.- .
> -
the resolutions paused! by the .
convention, and believes the action ::-- ...yP.

of the convention wag unauthorized, ,. .....
0-0- ,. .
. unwise and inexpedient. C .... !8,
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I We would rejoice to know that Dr. : Hay Grain
.. ran :
unwilling .
Forbes is innocent but we are .... tl :
a .t to take any part towards vindicating ,...: =
him until the matter is thoroughly -- Limberger Ch I:'" C
Pure i
George's Cod Fish
) investigated and the (sworn i ::: Purina Mule Feed-1 Sweitar ::::- i
charges: proven. untrue. CD-: Pickled Salmon =
A fair regard for ourselves makes it ::::
f Brick Cbet .1-.
Relieve the
on C -
imperative h* = Smoked Halibut
- p:? Baptist: churches of Florida to assert ::- Cotton Seed Meal :: ,
, t theiustlves iu this matter. We therefore ..... Pickled Edam Cktpr. ...
= Herring, Etc.
t t suggest that! you instruct((5th Sunday yourmeesengerstoyouruext ::: Pineapple C.o-c .=... I f I
!i; meeting in !March\ ) to voice your sentiments :: Cow Feed E t c. 'j

t in the n>atter. The gravity : :t: ..,.. '
t ; of the situation! prompts us to send "
a # C,. "3"
you this letter, with its suggestions.Adopted c -- : ,
t 1 t in conference this March ::: .....
f .... ....
i .{, 1st,1903: and ordered that (copies be 0 ....
C -- ..
sent to the Baptist churches and to tI>- ..
I .
" r I the Witness: and various secular 0I ....
1 I ; I papers with request that they publi-h\ :: We ..
make it
i i! it. H. M. KlXd, 0--e-- absolutely safe for you to trade with us, as we make = ,

I W. II. HAKKISO.X, Moderator
; .

ti. t"';i i i i! Church- --Clerk.Turpentine in' -Mexico..-- S Ii <-- it certain that you are getting the bottom price on every article .

t t" t The Bavaiuirth: 2fews says that :a I If Ten we didn't know
s i trade paper' published iu the {'ity..f tll -- years ago as much about Gro- ,.- }

Mexico announces the discovery in :::- ...

,! ':i; that: country of an area of 'oiig lo's iifyellow .C.>.-..-. ceries as we do now, An experience of ten years makes us ''', :. : ,' .
pine timber l covering approximately
& --
/ ....
: ) miles. An < \- tperieueed --
s, 5.1HW square} more competent to customers Each ''
serve our haveI
from :
.. tuitentine: operator' I &i!>' year we
Xortli Carolina who has seen ih-
r- .;;, timber pronounces 'l be as tine a- done the best we knew how and we're doing the same thing :

t any he ever saw in either of the Carolina 4))100-.. '
tY 51 4
t t. -*or Georgia.!: The belt I examined j, .. this i
I year i
r by the North Carolinian i is from "-'7 &>" ;
I fII--- '
\ !, to sixty miles wide and 14') miles in QLM4ZOATS 'a

; length. The timber is virgin. No: -- -- ..
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!t' I axe has ever been put into it. Maivof : u-- --
i the trees are three to four fret ill >- ij

j .; diameter: reaching a height of i.ti ;::: j WE ADVERTiSE TO -ENDS '
, f feet. The Sorth Carolinian declines :--::::- MAKE{ FR

to state the location of this turpentine' .t-...
( [ timber belt, saying that he has found ....
a gold urine and proposes to work itr

t r I himself." -- AND SEll GROCERIES TO KEEP{ ;
'j I Flagler Sets Another Good Example. ,p- g THEM. I
Following in the footsteps of the ::: 'ice

reduction ia the passenger!:: rate, Si .-- -- Lf --
--- ....
: comes the good news that all the employees c.-- : L ...
t of the Florida last Coast ca-- --
Kail way Company have this week ::
had their salaries raised. This was I c:>- When in town make our office headquarters "
your :C ?C;
A:; :
quite a surprise to them; and, naturally :;:: to ,
e they are more than plemed over 0-- Yours for .... __
} thoughtfulues-s of Mr. Henry M.dga:: more business, ::
,; >*i
a :Flagler and his: able as:-as-j.L1r"-EL! !: 0-- .
: .j 3'l.
S Coast Advocate.- ___ == ABE BROWN & BRQ, Proprietors ::x .
: A blacksmith ,
; $ f: I WANTED good and ..
cl" f wheelwright. Must be a good horse- ::: ..idA ';

k; ,r-;-1. !i\I i a I t' Fla shoer., Address A. G. Gates, 126tf Ocala, ,''I e e e e e e a e a"ee e e e 6"'A"a e e e e e e a a e ee" e eeee" a aeaaa" a a a IIIIa," "a a a a a a a a a"1a a 1a"1a"a a a a a a IN" a b" "Ilea" a )


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[I r the Circuit Court ot the Sixth Inrtical Ctoruit
: Your Kidneys. Has Proved Successful In Severe Harvard Professor Decries Foot Ball thcblaieof: Florida, to aol for the
Games Between Rival Colleges. ITS SITE IS NOW ONLY A VAST AND County of Paico in Chancer
I. Cases of Scarlet Fever.
: \ Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. New York. Mach 9.-Dr. Louis Fisher Boston. March Professor Ira N. GRASSY TOMB. The St. Petersburg State Bank a CorpetataM,at
Trustee _
Globe )11
vs. I'hosphaie
of the Willard Parker and Riverside Hcllis. chairman of the Harvard Ath-- ii A rii2er'i 1 and Manufacturing Company. Cltru
All the blood In your body passes through his letic commIttee In an article writtenfor e7 : County. Florida f. S A., A Gorpuration. -
kidneys once every three minutes. hospitals; has just completed The One Splendid Portuguese CityIn de7iien: in et. al -Iiill for ForrcloMirt
sa your clinical of the results of treating the Harvard graduates' magazine India a Magnificent Wllderne. '
The kidneys are your POTA51 I NDER AND BY V.RTCE OF A DgCRK*
blood purifiers they filter scarltt fever with antl-streptococ- EU gets giving up the annual football UK Masterpiece of Art the Tomb of t of loreclosure mud **le rendered by the
3at 't.L, ( contest with Yale. lIe thinks Honorable J BVall.. jadge of the aha**
out the waste or cous. Dr. Fisher describes how he St. Fraucia .latter. 4:4 entitled court in chancery titling oa the

impurities in the bleed. came to use this seium and how it affected Harvard would profit by omitting it. "Jith day of February A D.. ipa. imi.etain ,.
:b If they are sick or out In leang: up to this pont; Professor It was said that during/ the prosperous cause pending in the said CIIIIIrt.whtr..m .
children. .
-i the St. Peter-burg !tlie Bank a cf order fail do times of the Portuguese in India
they to The first case was that of a child Hollis\ reviews at some length the general .iiion a- Trustee is complainant sad th*

:i ; their work. trend of college athletics whichhe you could not have bw a piece of iron Is just as dangerous as a 'i.: he Phosphate Mining and HanufacMri
4 I .
Pains aches and rheumatism years old, whose case was diagnosed impain. C'trus County Monoa. t". ft A. .*
as one of scarlet fever. ma.tains: are growing better in in any merchant's: house but all gold chain with a .racied link. ;.,.'Uion, et al.. are defemtattU I Cartw W.
come from excess .
spirit. He thinks that fatal thing S .ena, Master in Chanceiy will dl la teIIg..t
cf uric acid in the! Owing to the weakened state of the one and silver. They coined immense uuan : rtiid be..t bidder for tj.,h. lIB the tttt

II _- blood, due to neglected: child sepsis was feared and the doctor for good sport is the suspicion which I titles of the precious metals ansi used \1. ::.''av m Ar-nl, A IJ. i'1"\. the _me htaaf
prevails between rival universities. in.ih' lay of .aId month within the __
_ kidney injected 20 cubic centimeters of to make pieces of woikuiau>'uip m .nirs ot >je. in rout ot the court h.3u.r 4Dur1ll
Ktincy: ii juble causes quick or : I i Then, he says referring to Harvard 1'.. !
: Aranson's anti-streptococcus seium on them for exportation. The very soi rLt> m the County of Pasco: and State '"f
beat and makes feel I III F: mia. the following dncnbed real .
': hear ?, one as though football! : pespeity
Feb. 15, 1903. The child's condition diers: enriched themselves by com luwitAl
( they had heart trouble. because the heart is I "The most demoralizing football !
those certain lots pieces or tncMoi
improved gradually and continuously mt'rce.ut
II over-wcrkng in pumping thick kidney- game played! by Harvard during the land situate lying and bela" IB Mama Cow
pci'oned! : tlood through veins and arteries. la the second case, a girl 8 years then at last clmthe inquisition, u Mate of Florida' and defcnbctl M loita.t
I year is that with Yale. This! has celebrated its terrible and The northeast of the xHithraat ittrt.. I
l It used: to be considered that only urinary old. the doctor was called into consultation which deadly : \ quarter < .
ol l
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, on Feb. 20.: This child hal been true for macy years with only rites with more fervor anti vehemence :- -- u.'h."t section quarter two. the 01 section Mratheitt twel quartet..r, north ol kaiffl law ,

7 but now modern science proves that nearly been ill three days with a tempera : an occasional lapse into a season of at Goa than in any other place. Iteli < the northeast quarter of 'ccu a't' constitutianal diseases\ have their begmm i good fellowship. The students of the and northeast quarter ot the .xMitneaat( quarter.
ture cf 104 the day previous and 104 gioui persecution pestilence\ wars Action thirteen all tn township MXMCH ...... "
.ig tn kidney trouble. 3.5 on Feb. 20. Her pulse was weak I two universities are, in the main with the Dutch. disturbances arising: range nineteen east, and the toutheutoi qUSISCi
If yen aro Jlsk y.u e',n make no mistake frfondly to onO another, but htlj game unsettled and. the nonheait quarter of section ten, wwsap I
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and rapid. 'fhere was & loss of appetite from an government, 'seventeen 'south range nineteen east
and tht eitrasrdmary: effect cf Dr. Kilmer's and ger.ral apathetic condition. seems to arouse their woru Impulses.: above all. the slow but sure workingsof -- Also the following described U.d. .IISMI lit
Suspicions are rife beta are on, and : -PUVmtIJ03 jBloa Jq paod Mjoq fin Heruando County MAte ol Flond lit".: I
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is Owing to the severe general Infection the shortsighted policy of the Portuguese southeast quarter of the U"rtbwN qMrfer .*4 I
soon realized.! It staadj the highest for Its Dr. Fischer again decided to give studies are practically impended during in Intermarrying and identifying 01111 tr-10.1tn /ijdtaoj'l a.Ia.i& oqM. ;ii.uq '5e north: ,1 quarter of the IOUtb."" Mnr

wQnderf"lo..lru.f the most distressing cases an injection of the antl-8tr4>ptocoocus he entire week preceding the themselves with the Hindoos of the 'I 8i! l'tJnl aq no panels NBA two 01 south section range twenty twenty one township lwtt4w t \

and ia told on its merits ., "., serum of the same strength aa in the game. The graduates, too. have their lowest caste made her fall as rapid -paisdaidun jo ems! 111111 jo eauiq aqxtnjq Also the following described land* ** *<. to

t by druggists sin fifty- :b:; previous case. On Feb. S3 when he period of excitement, and are in large her rise was sudden and prodigious.In a'i .10; puvdud amooiaM. JrnWB oa !; i'h.S?"of'"e' State northwest' Florida. u>.."f*sIctUN lbs

cent and ane-dtlarr! z. f :& part responsible for the feverish strainIn paM; putt oiSI nj tnun aqi 01 JJSJA 1 quarter
"' III saw the patient agate he noted the less thas a century and a half aft- laenty-erght, the southeast quarter of U. .SIt.
: # es. Yoa may have a which the game is played. Da lama had landed on the Indian 1 plod aoao oqvk. Tiqof SUJH JO c35a aq} east quarter cf section twrnty-mne. aM the
bonls mail entire disappearance of acrotic er northeast quarter ol' the toutheot fill
by ,
sample a OO. at 1..RooL 'j! oMrttf
"On the whole. It would be raojj i-nap tnojina aapuuSM sjq.L j
a shore the splendor of Goa had departed section twenty-nine. all ia bt..S
I free. also pamphlet telling you how to find patches in the throat and the conditions !- towntbip t
thing to have the game given:! up and forever. The inhabitants fled before .rUW dIn III 8 l:1ZIU1i1 J1I! 2uaupmawl ; south range tweuty.two
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. were identical with those of the I I : the foIlu1BZ described PAred of !...
the full schedule shortened by that sa I Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer first the deadly fever which soon fastened ,
k Co., Binghamton, N. Y. case. much or another less strenuous game the devoted precincts of the city I 'apj' J, qjo sqj oj Saul iaqi js, q) *c a3 Beginning at ., staVtone hoodied sad .'11- .,
upon five
Dr. Fischer however warned practitioners 1(165 i led south from the northern bnwtey
that should be substituted.! Certainly Harvard would and in 173S:' the viceroy transferred hU -n.rlt pae UIBM. aru oinj annll1 "sp djitnojj line ot the southwest quarter of the tMrthcw*

-- great care exercised profit by it, and our students would headquarters from the ancient capital !: Jaq1! iJapanotnstp awqi "pan pnodosaoq quarter of section tweflty-* rfl 10..... n
in judging this new serum south. range east and dlM
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE. from a snull: though successful seriesof take the sport with other: teams mor to Parjina! about eight miles distant. B 0} poq B n; dn ;apq lJplppau! hundred and four 21 and eight-tenth beuv* (IJIIt."

'*'a I in the spirit of "fun." SOOG afterward the religious orders !lno.1If.aq1! uoja sqjjo 10pt1tUsp feet west from the eastern bOBaMttr

I Ih'f'pt.1t O.l the Germ .. Better cases. Interviews with both graduates and jtiBsudidan }trq.4iaractt pn? !'oJn;) tqSnojqi line of the .said southwest qaartet d
were expelled leaving: their magnificent quarter section 77 toWnship n,
I Tbaa Doetorlnif For Them. undergraduates who have had the convents and churches all but Utterly o3: oj atnq 'paBi; na ...t,\\cv south. range i- east. and running thence nmtll
of BIG! ATHLETIC EVENT. I and parallel with the said eastern boBajduy
I In looking over the history
most to do with Harvard football fail 18 !mu'1 araooaq; oj 3njJidsB! suosJmoo3 line
deserted, and the inquisition was i one hundred and thirt -five and ....M-
March fur a inean: of cure cue i is to show that Professor Hollis idea of the recommendationof 11111:1103: .I.nb I 113501 feet thence and pa*,allel with the ..*..
truck by the great value of the ouurcof Crack Men From All Parts of Country I suppressed upon northern boundary line fifty-6e ussi 1 fe >
f dropping Yale is endorsed. the I'ritish: ::; governmentThe I thence north and parallel with mid mteta
,; prevention. Kit-pins the germs out Gathering In Milwaukee. wil Does it Pay to Buy Cheap? boundary' line one hundred and thirty.'> n! I
ii In every way preferable to draliiii; Milwaukee, Wis,, March 9.-Crack place now a grass grown nine-tenth (tjc.9)) feet: thence west and para rwith
- B. N. WILLIFORD DEAD. derness. nut still the firm and well A cheap remedy for coughs and aid northern boundary line fiftyS .:."
athletes from
with the matter after they rune onwfntcrts throughout territory olden and ( -c;l feet to the point or place of bfiM '.i
built of this city
III ) the body. This fact scientificuiedldiie comprising the central asociation of causeways colds is all right; but you want something situated in the County of I'bcu and tta'r .'t
Was Atlanta's First Chief of Police its moldering splendors are reminiscentof Florida
will meet
the American Athletic Club
a ia Imiirt'hsinf more antI more and the tramp of / that will relieve and cure the Also the following described penoMl ;" ;
. din-ply nn the minds ( f public authorities tonight! at the exposlton building in and a Former Sheriff. echoing pageants erty. situated at the mines of the mkd < .'" .r
: Atlanta March 9.-News has been armies which once sounded there. As more severe d dangerous results of Mining and Manufacturing Company an : <
the of indoor
:: various events the annual
and the id their ,
people, a riiiuneIn ing on the northeast quarter of section w t ,,
: the form of provisions for improved championships meet. received:: in the city of the death ia we tread the ancient wharf, a long, throat and lung troub!..!;. What hall hip iS: south range 19 east. in lNtm C.uutv.
Smyrna yesterday 1 broad road lined with a double row of Florida and described in the decree of '>ar: i r
public and private sanitation is one of E1-ernhing is in readiness for the morning at I this rendered the rfth ol FrWu-
f o'clock of B. N. trees and faced with stone. a more suggestive you do? Go to a warmer and more causc. on ; day \
the striking features of the social' progress : big affair. The new track is said to Williford one of the 1002. tOWlt'A1
- oldest citizens of Atlanta and the scene of desolation can hardlybe regular climate? Yes, if possible; it !the tools implements. 'trjers. wa.htt-
be the fastest ever built for racing.
the time. All the
of moreenlightened .
present around boilers. hoi--
I I uatiocs, states and cities oft and several records are expected to city's first chief of police. Mr. Williford -I conceived. Everything: teems not possible, for you, then in either kind and character buildings equipment- r--
had been in bad health lor with melancholy associations the very I Lions fixtures rights of way. --. UM:.'
be smashed. Not least Inter- some
the in '
the world pvaness orguiiiztnl department rustlings of the trees and murmur of case; take the only remedy that bas contract agreements mining nghts r", nu
of health ,,which with varying est will be the usual relay races to time and his condition had been seri stock cars vehicles stores rock. proviaiun> dii.!
ous for about three months. the waves sound like a cLe;,; for the departed l-eeu introduced in all civilized countries supplies. and also all other personal pn>p< rt i :
be ia between the universities '
) degrees of thoroiuhuchs. deal with thf participated of every kind and character belonging to the -,
grandeur a city.
problem lrf'sf'llto'll by the infectious and other crack organizations When the police force of Atlanta with success in severe throat and defendant corporation and cuiernt: by the ilecree.
Towering: above a mass of ruins a .
dL4enses In the llht of the latent dia- in one class, and the high schools was first organized Mr. Williford was solitary gateway Banks the entrance i lung troubles, "Boseht-e's (JermaniSyrup. AU of said property hereinbefore dr... '. !
C'I./'erhog and academics in the other. Thosein elected chief and served in that position being! sold for the purpose ofaati.fyinemii c i '
for several Later he to the Strada DirvtU the Straight ." It not only heals and stimulates tree ana costs of sale.
years. was -
the list of 400 entries have been
the term
Fifty years ago street. so calK-.l because almost all the CARLOS W. 8TEVsMaster
hard for several weeks. elected sheriff and held that office for the to m Chan..irshatleford \
uuknon it tissues the
was Today rep- I streets in old Goo are laid out in curvilinear ; distroy! germ & Pettingrill.
a number of lie
years. resided in At.
.1 rt-si'nta a great Inxly of well attested lanta form. It was through this disease, but allays: inflammation and Solicitors lor ComplaiuDLNOTICE.
until about five
ADA REHAN RELICS SOLD. years ago. whenhe i
:). and accepted principles. It has cloauedcur portal surmounted by the figures of
moved to Smyrna. I causes easy expectoration gives a
I .
streets, it has helped build our
I ,. St Catherine and Vasco da Gama that
rIa model teuemeuts, it has purified our Large Attendance with Lower Prices the newly appointed viceroys of Goa good night's rest and cures the pa
Fifth Session of PAPER FROM PINE SHAVINGS. 10[ the United States Circuit Court, S..uthT
1'1 fond and our drinking water, it bag en.r' Marked Sale.
in procession to the Recommended
4 passed triumphal tient. many years by District ot Florida in Chancery.

. tired our home and kept away disease New York. March 3.-At the fifth -- palace. all druggbts in the world. You can 0_ II. P. Beall Complainant TS Perry M N ..

r it haa prolonged our lives and it has session of the sale of Ada Rehan's Problem of White Paper Scarcely Believed I Beyond the gate a level road, once a this reliable gent et at. defendants -Bill to Foreclose
remedy at AntiMonopoly ;
_ made the world a sweeter place In collection S.17S was realized making To Have Been Solved. leads to the get IT APPEARING TO THE COURT THV
I populous thoroughfare,
( ; Drug: Store. :;;: the defendants in taid cause spencer M
- 1 which to U"e.-Medical News. i the total of 32215. The prices were New Orleans, March 9.-John 11. Terra di Sabaio. a large; square fronting -- Nash. Emily U Hart. Charles A Nash Gcur-

'i i lower than on the preceding day although Kirby. of Tex., announces here today Cathedral of St. S. Kash. Frank M Nash Uehou O ...>'..
I the rrimacial or 1----
n I. Fracas Nash. Katherine Nash Mary P.Ca'!.
PONIES AND COBS. the attendance was fully as that withIn a year's time he would I Catherine who became the patron Margaret U. Uuzzry Fnnk N WencoU. _t..
: law of Hear S, Nash Henry K Heath n,i
large.An. have several of the largest paper millsin at
'f saint of Goa when the place was captured -
Ml E.BIGGS.ATTORXEY.AT.LAW.. Robert A. Stewart a. hxecutors. of Henry ft
Hat the Distinction Between the old Flemish tapestry brought the world in operation in Texas. Albuquerque! on the day of __ Nash. ]. T. Elliott.: U K Dicfcrn and KicWtlrroisdale.

Two Arc Urfloctl. $00.. Hartley's bust of Ada Rehan in The paper will at Orange Tex., has her festival Groves of cocoanut palms the Southern. are District not. r-sidents of Florida or and found that witMn. i.

A eom'spondent writes says the the costume of Katherine went for proven a success in the manufactureof and mango topes now incumber thejround (OSce in Gary-Agoew Block.) not practicable 10 serve oa MId dclcu4ato w

Badminton Magazine, to ask me what f ii"10."! white paper out of pitch pine shavings once covered by troops) of horse. OCALA FLORIDA.pARLOS subpoena answer or or demur order in of said this cause court WaPllt'llf. plead

t "pony" is-not the pony of the betting J. L. Manning bought bought it, and Mr. Kirby believes he will The wealth the busy life and the luxury L. SISTRUNK, --- It is ordered that the said defendants aytoctiV.

ring; he refers to the animal. The and was to go to the Chicago Art insti solve both the problems of the white of the old place' are dead. Kites! George. Nash.S. Emily Nash. 0 Frank Hart M Charles Mash, MethMM A. NaJl D

dictionaries which he Las consulted tell tute. Augustin Daly paid the sculptor paper scarcity and that of what to and cobras infest the crumbling halls ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. Xash. Francis Nash Catherine Nub Mary 9Card.

c him no more than that "a pony" !is "n Jl.COfl to execute the bust. Four do with the waste from lumber millsat which once resounded with the ban- Room.. Masonic_. Buildinz. Ocala. Fla. 5 a5 1 heirs.at Margaret law olltenry\\ Muzzet s. Nash Frank Henry N H Wcscajtt. Heath,

llttU horse," and he wants to know hundred dollars was paid for the Francis the same time.LIVING quet and the dance. and naught! but a -- -. and Robert A. st>-,art. as executor: ", ol twWY

if I 7; where the pony ends and the honeLxlu suite \ta "The Taming of the few old monks and nuns k'tp'Igil rDWIN SPEXCER. ard S. Nash Croisdale.J. T. Elliott do appear W. E plead Dickea answer aad gr Kick'*..

d ,j & The term is, of course very Shrew." AT AGE OF 116. amid its desolation today. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW mur to the said bill In the ab-J"t entitled...

luuocly Uiwd. At Newmarki-t, where The sale will be concluded this af Hut ion i>osse->es one treasure of on file in the omce ol the clerk of said sfl It
% OCALA. 7-S-y FLORIDA. Jacksonville in.aid district.
one might expect accurate definitions' ternoon. Celebrates Birthday With Religious great interest This is the tomb of On or bttote the Ant day_ or Afrit. A D "., .

J- the trainers' seem to call all sorts of Services! at Home. l'raucls Xavier, the great Jesuit missionary U D: FULLER. and that this order be published once a week

animals ponies. "I will send round AFTER THE POOL ROOMS. Mobile, Ala., March 9.-A special to the east. It is to be found In for six consecutive ,.'etltllD the Hanner.a M rt>
\ DENTIST. paper published in thecity of(lc*la. FlonaB,
lout lIOn at 8 o'clock" la a familiar from Montgomery to The Item says the Church of Bon Jesus. It is a masterpiece and that io ca-e said detendinti shall s..appear .

phrase to me, and In two cases It has A Kentucky Judge Issues a Sweeping that Mrs. Marsylla Keith, of that city, of art which !is lost to all but Over Manroe & Chambliss Bank, Ocala. Fla. limited, plead this court answer will or entertain demur lurtsdtctkMl within the How sad

alwaj s purtvndcd the arrival of an animal Order. is today celebrating her 116th birthday the casual visitors to old Goa. Some proceed to the hearing and adjudication al aftial
of quite H.:. 1 have searched for Cincinnati, March 9.-A sweeping with religious services at hex hate ventured to suggest that no othermausoleum J defendants cause and suit bad been in the served!same with manner procea: .. withs tfaaM*

authorities for ronie time past and order will be issued by Judge Hodge home. in India or even in Asia except AND SCRGEOS. the Southern District Florida.

only accidentally came upon one the in the Campbell county circuit court :Mrs. Keith was born in South CarolIna the Taj Mahal can equal It. It Is Office over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp. Moutczuma. Done and ordered this 17 day of FebraHy.

other by. A pony. I find it stated is at New Port. Ky.. today pertainingto but has been living in Alabama built of rich marble variegated col- OCALA, FL.u .'.. A.D.. 1903. JAMES W. LOCKE.

_._. __ ____
ttrlrtly applicable to an animal under pool rooms. In the order George since a child. She has lived in three ors. The lowest stage is of red and K. CHASE. A true Jm< ..-

j 13 han.Ji. \t.OH' 13 and up to 13.3 the Easton and others Interested in a pool centuries and has vivid recollection purple jasper: and Carrara alabaster J Attest copy-E- O. LOCKE,

I trvature should' be known as a gallo room known as the Tuxedo Garden in of incidents before the war of 1812. adorned with statuettes and cherubs DENTIST Clerk. s-a-It.

I ,'ay. ninI over 13.3 It becomes a horse. that city, are directed tocease operating She has been bed-rdden for six years, The middle! stage is of green aud yellow OCALA. FL*.

I Thin Low ever, U not the modern inter- such place or they will be held but her faculties are not In the Ieimpaired. &<;1 jasper decorated with beautiful bronze NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
E CrvUtlwu. though when the phraseology for contempt.This She is the mother of 13 plates representing incidents in the life Department of the Interior. Land Office at

I wag altered I do not know. According !is the room which John J. children but only two are living. of the saint The highest of the three E.T.ALLIHM.D. Gainesville Fla, February 1. 190)-

,: to the Hurllnchani rules of polo, "the Ryan of the Turf Investment company stages is surrounded by a lovely railing VOTICE IS UEREBY GIVEN: THAT THB

llUt of ponies Khali not exceed 11 of red jasper marked with white >' following named s-tller has ntedtwtiMM
fame is said to havt; been backing Gambler Shot In Memphis. OCULIST and AL'RIST. to make final proof in MippMttcf

hands :2 Inches," and such an animal financially. Easton pleaded guilty Memphis, Tenu.. March 9.-Samuel spots the adornments being figures of his his claim intention and that said proof will bot made t.-

according to my old time authority, yesterday to an Indictment which Wolf was shot and fatally woundedby angels while its middle portion ia Montezuma Hotel Ocala. Fla., e try I fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala pta oa

wuuld l>e quite a full sized horse. One graced with columns elegantly carved Marck tftlt, zu;,
charged him with "maintaining a nuisance. George Herberts a gambler at an Thursday': Ciudier. rU..IUm,
cannot of course, go ngaluat the HurUogtiam ." At that time the county early hour this morning. The two whose intervening spaces are surmounted .>,:;;" nz lead RAUSA 2st tat the south half of northwest<< ftt"
B9BOBB << 1 "
nomenclature, but I should prosecuting attorney suggested that men quarreled over some trivial mat by arches showing further incidents ter and north half ol southweatquarterof sectlaa
be Inclined to say that 'in general par whenVolf In the life of the saint The friezes of zS, township i? south range *j east.He
Easton and his associates! be fined ter. knocked Herbert names the following witnesses to pM*-e
laoc under 14 hands Is of black NOTICE.In and Jti u.ls.
i anything a down. Herberts the four lateral columns are his continuous residence upon
J500. The court took the matter of drew a revolver and
Richa'd S. Hill, Th* Mt
I pony. I am glad my correspondent did shot Wolf the stone and the plinths of yellow jasper. of said land vu : sUIt
L sentence under advisement and today in abdomen inflictingwhat Hall Andrew Jackson. James D. f9te,
Fi i but ask for an exact definition of a is to be Surmounting this last stage lies the the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit Bdlcvicw. fla.
the sweeping order to close up the thought a fatal wound :1
, "rob." for I could do no better than coffin overlaid with silver a gorgeous of Honda ia and for :Marion County. W, G. JWDINSON,
Tuxedo Garden was issued. m Chancery. 2-6 KtgMMT
suggest that a thickset pony from Window Glass Works receptacle embellished! with many exquisite -- :
Closing. Susana Davis, Complainant. vs. James Davis.
bout 13.3 to 14.2 would come under of relief work.
specimens Defendant. NOTICE. -
Dresser & Co. Fail. Indianapolis. March -9.-The order
the head. The term "cobby," at any of silver depending around complete _
New York. March 9D. Leroy Dres- of the American Window Glass company Lumps IT Is ORDERED THAT JAMES DAVIS THUihe
rite. hat a significance of Us own. the adornment of the shrine. It defendant herein earned be and he is hereby for Tai Deed under I(;eo
Bar and Charles A. Riess. doing bus! closing its plants will affect eightor reouired to appear to the bill of complaint Notice of Application
Is a worthy relic of Goa's departed glo' I lion S of Chapter 4SiuS. Uw of Florida.
ness aa commission merchants under ten factories in Indiana in which in said cause on ,

The Columbine. 4.000 ManJay the itkday of '\[ _\. A. D. 1903 I IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. &.
the firm name of Dresser & Co., 15 men are employed. The independent ry.The
There are some good reasons adduced bell of Augustinian convent It is further ordered that a copy nf this order I .NOTICE purchaser of Tax Ceruficatca KB.
Green street, made an assignment to and co-operative companies for cousecutive weeks in the of March jnd vf. <4 6 ol Aril ilh ila* ...
be published eight 413
t>y thlJfle who favor the claims of the day for the benefit of creditors to say the order will not effect their op still rings forth its vesper peal above ocala Banner. I' 46 dated the 6th day.oi August. A U.. I,.>. *M

columbine as a national flower. The Charles erations.! this old city of ghosts and it is impossible Done this the sth day of March A. D. 1005. Bled said certificates in my office and ka* ma4t
S. McKenzie
Mr. Dresser S. T. SISTKUNK for us deed to issue w accordMO
culuri varieties red the effect of the deep application
of the wild are to forget I
Clerk Circuit Court.
until with
was. a few days ago. president ol how is SPENCER.
t white and blue. The flower U purely the Trust Company of the Republic.! Woman Killed by Husband. mournful notes as they strike upon the ..om plain ants Solicitor. 3 13 i iI I Said certificates Imbraa.tbe. Ma.-followi* 4s.q
atuatcU in uty.
American quite widespread tardy Fort Valley, Ga., March 9.-In the ear. Never was heard a more beautiful scribed to-wit p'operty .

rrncvful. beautiful The petals are To Ciena !NfrLel ClocL. northeastern part of the Saturday or more sadly musical summons than NOTICE. Oonda.West 2 of southeast ) seciMMi ..... asath-

pwfect "liberty caps;" reversed they Cheap nickel clocks that have proved t tight. Annie county that which calls in tarn from the towerof east and southeast <* of nonh"e t'' ......
Glover M.
a negro township 13. range
all m
Ire "hornji of plenty." Columbine .CeaTcuteAe through much the forsaken and for Tax Deed under Sec- (3(
their popular woman. was: shot and killed by her the AugTistinians to oticof Application The said land being assessed at the date fth*

I coinen fruui the Latin columba. a dove; nsa pfay! tricks with their timekeep- husband, John Glover, with a Winchester solitary city.It tipu S of Chapter 4 S5S. Laws of Florida. i. uance of such certificate ia the nasa.of Wa .

j the peaceful derivation of the word 1n I : occasionally! for want of cleaning rifle. The conorner'i Jary d* is all summed up in the eloquent VOTICE* IS HEREBY cnS.THAT; W. J. ; Harvey and party certificate unknown.haH be reittatad.carding I

:I accord well with our national policy: T: fault may be quickly remedied apostrophe of Sherer: "Goa the golden Price purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 119. I said dee4w'U be U--4 tkmtojn
# dared the l"
klllisg manslaughter, and dated the 6th day of August. A. I) 1900 had to law. ,
the name al.o recalls Columbus the iti naphtha. The backs should be Glover was brought to Perry and planed exists no more; Con where the aged filed said certificate in my office and has made the 4th day of Apnl A. ). 19" }. -

treat navigator and discoverer. The ;erewt'd and the works taken out Da lame closed his glorious life; Goa. application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith Witness my official signature an4 *eal tha the
in Jail that night by Deputy Siep law. of February. A. U i ]
flower also lends Itself well to t con- 5td innuefovd in the fluid a treatment iff R11 1. where the Immortal Camoens sang and !Said certificate embraces the following described toth(day Seal I S T SISTKrXK.

ffntJonalarchltl'Ctural decoration. ftot ;.wttl speedily restore their service suffered. It is now but a vast and property situated in Marion county .,, clerk Circuit Court Minus Co.: Fla.

BO&Ki some more radical defect thai Pant*. grassy tomb and It seems as If its thin Florida.to-wit.; -

mj Differently **.*. dust Js the trouble. Fame U easily acquired. All!! you and gloomy population of priests and Commencing block jS, Boardman.feet north section of southwest 9. town I: T. F. Th.m" Hardware and S..< Ct.
ot 13
I Wiuc-Are! interested in worn- I have to do ii to be In the right place corner south 3-1 feet east
thence gsb
I you friars were only spared to chant requiems ship 12. range n, furnish limited quantity
p io', rights, Miss Cauitlqu? Belgian Protocol Signed. at the right time and do the right thing for Its departed souls.StJames feet to ditch northward with said ditch 456 feet We can a

MM! Caustique No; woman' Washington. March 9.-Minister' : In the right<< way-and then advertise It to point Of beginning. ot our Famous Parffcted Cucumber
I Gazette. assessed at the date of the
Bvwen and Baron Moncheur this morn- i The said land being Rocky Ford Cantaloupe
of Genuine
"l'On-Phil.Jelphla Record. properly.- issuance of such certificate In the name md U

lug signed the Belgian protocol for Phil Christopher. ned. Tbea* seed are Bcarrt. Write
t settlement of that country's claim SB. Had a IVlnnlar War.Nodd said certificate shall be redeemed according I .611
the of .
Unless kinds new
.. All
B Retort.
I BridJ and saddle will be issued thereon for prices.
your tongue you Venezuela. It follows the -Come around to my house tonight to taw tax deed us
I against Mri. Pr11l1lm.-oh. but I got taken In day of April A. D. 1903.
your temper.-New York Press. and play poker. on the 4th in stock.
I lines of the American protocol andprovides and seal this the
when wretch! official signature
Imarrlll1you. yon Witness mr HABDW ARE 4 btxo Ct>.|
that the queen of the Netherlands )(1'. -let-out of the cold.- Todd-Who U going to be there? *h dp Of February, A.D. -ISTRCNK T. F.THOMAS
Cut Iron article were drat mad la shall the umpire of the I I I "Just my ", Ue.- 3-6 (Seal) S. >Flm O&iceaville, Fl'.
name Co.
Newark hiwL ,:.rai Court Marion ,
I Kcfl&ad In th year 1700. ---3----- -I'm afraid I can't afford It ..*.1 fiiia." c:
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F EASE. It is not cuntim! t> '- '

Early Spring...Ideal Weather...farm- vice or the lower cUv. ., 71t
School Closes with an Attractive Pro NOHMPROVED
... SHOOTS OFFIGEB and best pc-upll! err
ers Busy
gramme-Farmers Busy and Young 61 1OO d o-Ison infected with +

People Happy. The Old, Old Story.Lovely Continued Rains In Ohio Val- through lundllthrn' fife e

weather. Finally Arrested and PlacedIn drinking from the N_

"' The spring has opened at last and Add To Danger. using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in conUuwho with p

the farmers of this section are all very An ideal spring. Prison. I have contracted it.

Farmers want no better. It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then .fillse! kgroins
busy planting crop- I I RECOFD OF 1CC4: MAY BC PASSED. ,.
KNOWN AS BAD CHARACTER. a red eruption breaks out on T.a ..
: Just suits the phosphate men. .r. aca I eo.trseN|
of Homosissa i ill a he
: Mr. J. 0. Syles: the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood Fou.a. I wa. .a4.ert. -'j

x' visiting Gaiterville this week. Saw mill men are highly pleased.Rev. Lower Mississippi Levee: Are Holding:, in the mouth, the throat becomes efaphrsfesananttllroaadtaa .

11. T. Hape filial his appoint Reward For His Capture Had Been Are Preparing ulcerated, the hair, eye: brows and do m. f 1004. Tb.? ". t"" .
Mr. A. C. Chancy, of High Springs, MonthsFearedthat Cut Engineers In Charge 8,8.8. esre.4e.d to t au,.,s..
Standing For Some lashes fall out the blood bvcomin and'in
St. Johns church last ; ; & ..ry .liort ti.. .:l
ment at Suuday ..
Immediate en .
Is spending! a few pleasant days with for the Worst-No contaminated colored .... .. -
Associates Would Attempt ta more copper the di frieuds in Gaiieryille. lie says he and preached a good sermon to an Relief From Flood In Sight splotches and pustular eruptions and uu and today .f "uo<* sat "ti'

home and attentive audience.J. Rescue Him.Saanuah. I sores appear upon different parts of *'MWfcUw ,Tar,, .
will make this bi- future
Memphis, Ttan, March 12.-Th* .
the body and the poison even destroys the bones
: March 12.:! -Ed Hasel. a ,
J. Turner and wife of Romeo
from the appearance of things, we all negro wanted for a series ')f small I Mississippi river is rising steadily at S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease and care it tv" ni- .

believe him. spent la-t Saturday night at the hospitable crimes around Savannah was arrested I this point the gauge this morning worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful \ iru-. that pll... '

while home of Dr. Veal and wife this morning at Meinhard a few milts marking 35.2: feet. This is a rise or the blood and penetrates to all part> <>f :'.t .
Esther playing
Little Boring
s' and attended church Sunday muchto from here. five-tenths of a foot in the past 24 Unless; you get this poison out <,1 t i % .- ?d! u ttf .
hours, and the weather bureau offi- ruin and bring disgrace .
lie l put up a desperate battle before you an 'Cut .
Tuesday the delight of their many friends. surrendering and shot Detective. daIs say that the rush of rising water your children, for it ran lie tran..mtt.-: '! !I"a: .-. .!

of her But at present she ia Mrs. Hell Stafford:; was the guest of Thomas Hewitt in the aim with are. will continue for several days It isbelieved to child. S. S. S. contains ao rats '_r.. .,If
arms. that the river wil reach a but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound t
volver. There general exchange -
was a
Mrs. J. S. Weathers last
improving very rapidly. I one day of shots before the negro was mark of 38 feet at Memphis Report; BloodWnp1 for our free home treatment book and l learn al;! .t;. .1 l'Ia"__._. _

rv Messrs.: J. E. Brooks and Willie w t'k. captured. from Mississippi and Arkansas today If you want medical advice give Ih" hi-t'-n, I \vv...

made call in Heidts- Mr. Ed. Weathers, an old time Cot Detective Hewitt. Policeman Christie indicate that the gravest 3.jJprehen and our physicians will furnish all! the inform.it.-i: : t. \; A 'd.o.,.
t Deas pleasant
sions prevail regarding the flood situation charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA
and Adam (vessel learned that the ne- j SV
vile Sunday evening. Did you get to ton Plant boy but now .of Xewberry, and in some districts armed sen
Meinhard and
gro was in a house near
? is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. I tries are patrolling the levees. The
see her boys watched it all night. -
streams and rivers to Arkansas are b
:\lr. E. Y. Rayburn, ot Dunuellon, I I S. Weathers.S. Hazel came out and they called up- overflowing. s 2222222 z>?ss sssssssssssssse
him to surrender. Instead of doing .
is seen in Gaiterville quite often of J. McCully, W. E. Veal's compel Locally the river continues to attract
so he opened fire with a revolverand FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP
: tent salesman, has resigned his portion attention from thousands of people WORKS .
late. dashed into the house. Hewitt *

Mr. A. N. Brass has: found some attraction at the Don Hazel mines. and Christie fired with shotguns, but who gather on the bluffs in large ManillaMir.. r:* ..f Seal.. (lubber Mump*. MrHriU. tat*.
j groups and gaze with eager eyes at the graph ',Ialllll.| and lIlllllit.. .\11.\ -IM 1 eses'l.| .
The the negro got into the house and goingto nl.rewIaHll ..
friends of Mrs R. W.
in south Gaiterville. Wbat many majesty of the waters. In North Memphis \ l,. :SMTM| | | HMcritloii ,In IUhll ?r.I"r.l
the back door opened it slightly and
that Ferguson, of Old Town, were delighted the flood has already begun encroaching \\ lit-n HI
is the magnetic power over way, fired at Hewitt shattering his left arm Ihtel'IIY give u+ H 'all.
at certain points and it will\
: Archie?. to shake hands with her at with a bullet from a revolver. take but a few inches mote of waterto :b. 1 Mitttt i 'lrttt. J lid,...H, m.<-, IU,
church la.t The officers shot several times into
Mr. R. D. Stokes says he saw a happy Sunday- render work impossible at many of 25 55Z S25z5Z525Z525252525StSZ
the house and finally the negro sur 52SSLr 4Dyspeptics
couple /Saturday eve out gathering i Jim Hudgens, of Fellowship, held rendered. the lumber industries in that sectionof

violets. I wish I knew who were the the keys of the organ at :;c. Johns Crowds of negroes: gathered and fora the city. At Grenlaw and Second ..
streets the backwaters have reached
church last Sundry which remindedus time there was danger of the ne
happy ones?. the latter thoroughfare. In this
groes tryrng to rescue Hate!
MUs Etlie Stokes leaves for her home of by gone days He was brought to the city without part of the city there are a numberof I

in Liberty county Wednesday. We Mrs. Mr David, of Fellowship, andMrs. further trouble. Hasel pushed a lit- ,been negro compelled cabins and to the flee occupants to higher have

R. A. Kel-ey, of I.tkt'land'I're tie boy into the canal near Savannah t
and happiness.The
wish her a merry trip ground.
some months ago and since then has
the guests of Mrs. Neucomb Barm The river indicated of
Pine Level School in Gaiterville: defied arrest shooting at officers on today more
last week.A the power of the flood than at any time
closed March 6th. The entertainment I several occasions. There was a reward -
during the present rise. The great \ ,
for his .
the evening was the best small riot occurred b tweeu a arrest.NEWSPAPER
in masses of logs and other timber floated
I I lie made every day bf their m taresertend.
Gaiterville h&Lad for -many year white man and some negrots at the MAN STRICKEN. by the city with the swiftness of c.n that e.ee" 01 els.ap.taae "I&baoomN

saw mill of Warren and Parish an ocean liner and gathered at ever}
and the without doubt lt.t thronic. TIk
point that offered the least obstruction I k
Saturday:: night in Owner of Washington Post a Victim of
the best arranged we have ever wit resulting some Paralysis. There is some apprehension regardtng I JON'S LIVER PIlLS Iia'tONIG

bloodshed but our skillful physician the levee at Caruthersville Mo 1
nessed. The teacher, Miss May New York. March 12 Bench Wilkins. I

Pasteur, has been very successful in Dr. W. R. U. Veal, administered the owner of The Washington Post. north of here. Reports today &tat PELI.ETS
that the Is under from :2! 3
town to feet
nourishment and all has been striken with paralysis in the i the only remedies whieh ami.t R.tue.ed 4e sat g.t to 1wny.
she has just finished are doing
school ,
the term of water, and the people are moving! ,
Waldorf-Astoria. He was unconsciouslate Powerful plU'ptlYei grape, pail wed mw en5r..1drugtaera.
and it is the wish: of all that she will well. last night and unable! to recognizethe their valuables from their farms and I Ramoo'e Reme4iellCt eenUJ 1 sod 1M.. 1MI

be the teacher for the ccmmg term. Wonder what young man took his: members of his family, who had I the stock country out of the people vicinity are driving tht.r i i I system independent of dhao For we y all da.Mn

best girl cut riding Sunday afternoonand been summoned to this city. Your drags a nfi frucul s fret were if writ
!Success to the Banner. The attending physician said the I The iteamergia Lee arrived I
then couldn't eat breakfast Monday from Cairo today and reports all landings \
life of Mr. Wilkins
UNCLE JOE. was trembling in I Brawn Mfg. Co.
to be in an untoward condition
morning? I the balance. Although they hoped he

a. Dr. Veal, who combines farming might recover, they! admitted that the The steamer's officers say refugee i New York
I from the lowlands are to be seen
Programme of Closing Exercises of patient might pass away at ony mo- every- and lheene ille,
with his practice, is farming this IJrH j ment. where.
Pine Level School. Tenn. ,
on the intensive 8'iitem-'maU i Dr. Wilkins was a representative incongress The government engineers have aug

Song, Come, Come way, by School. acreage highly frrtilizsd-farmers from Ohio 15 years ago. With merited their forces and the steamers t' ;
are carrying sacks of i
!t Frank Haiton. former postmaster sand and otter ,
Recitation, Welcome Address, by watch these eolaiuns and you will i! he acquired possession of general. The \ supplies to the most dangerous placesin

Roy Rose learn more about that seven" acre Washington Post about 1890. Mr. I the levee system. We are prepar
Wilkins I log to make a fight if necessary, said
patch. returned from abroad a month
M. ;
. Report, of the Little Fi.lks-by The ago. He has been in ill health for I Captain Lucas of the engineer corps.
--- POST OITICT.: 1)1111. MOIII.. o< U. t. 11.r .\.

Little Ones.Recitation. TRAGEDY AT GREENVILLE, S. C. 'several weeks. ..
}l'l". Wilkins is 57 years old. He Rising Slowly at New Orleans. -- ,-- -'
,-A Speech For Small Xew Orleans March 12.-The river
Earl Killed was born in Ohio and
Floyd West Fuller Satur formerly a
banker in Uhrichsville, that He Is rising here very slowly. The gauge ......... ". '-",.,-.-.-. ..---..,--,.--.--- I" -. .: '"' ."..,,,,...," I" ,
BoysjbyAbnerBis*. day Night I state. --- -" --- -- "
; today marked 18.4 feet, rise of
a only
Greenville, S. C., March 11.-Wesl'' was on Olio state senator in 1879.
IecilAtionLittle Chatter Box, by I one-tenth in the past :24! hours. The
Fuller a young white man, who was
stage is still over foot under the
shot Saturday night by Earl Floyd Sir Thomas Orders a Launch.
Mable Turner. record. The os
unfortunate condition
lied this afternoon at S o'clock. Whitestone, L. I.. March 12.-Sir STRAQS5 & C
Dialogue, The Runaways, by Basel Floyd has surrendered and is in thrl' Thomas J. Lipton has just ordered a at present is the continuance of
the weather. This is
rainy havingthe ( a.
jailSunday launch from Whitestone ,
county a
company .
,, and Freddie Turner. effect of '
Bm!'; softening the levees aa.iall J
night on S. M. Meare'f : \\ilil'h'iIl probably be used as a ten- i
Louisiana is > for
praying a return of
: : Recitation, The Blind Basket farm, in Falrview township 20 miles! der to his steam yacht Erin during 'c!
sunshine. Six hundred
men ai
from Greenville Henry Hurnbull shot j the cup races. The launch will be 35 are

Weaver, by Dun? Ro!'s. and Killed Robert Pitts both parties i i feet by 5 feet 6 inches of the torpedo work river today front at sacking various weak points points along and the I WHOLESALE

Tableau. The Flowers of The FAUil, leing negroes The two negroes; were I Igambltag steering type. She will ''be equipped raising the line embankments. Thousands .
and became involved In a j with a new and improved 30-horse
2 of sacks of sand are being distributed
scenes. i
quarrel over a wager made betweer power kerosene burning motor, and
Recitation, Row Me Into The Sunset them. i j will run 16 miles an hour. along the river. The engineers -
I report the levees between Southport

by Abbi Mokes. Friend of Cuba .nsane. j Nebraska Floods Subsiding. and Carrollton in excellent condition LIQUORDEALERS

Ditlojruehat We LiKe to Do, New York March 11! .-Henry Rosa I Lincoln Neb.. March 12.-Most of and able to stand a mu-h greater I

by Little Girls. the weaclhy Cuban planter, who. "I|t the smaller streams in Nebraska arebelieved strain than they have thus far been ,

is said gave the greater part of his have subjected to. The United States engineer .
School. reached a stationary
Song Vacation Time, by
fortune in aid of tie Cuban revolutionists !! officials have promised their .SI
stage, and the worst of the flood
Recitation, Little Golden Hair, bRedUtiou > is confined in the Blooming! in this state is probably over. The cooperation with the authorities of the

Ida H:4s.Juru. dale asylum for the insane. Rose's't: Ice gorges in the Elkhorn. Louis. Fr. city and state in carrying on the first OCALA FL.OI11DA.

Walking Grandma, by estate, which at one time was in the '; publican and Platte rivers haw been'I against the flood. All the levee boardsof I

millions, has dwindled, it is said, tc > broken up! and the water is racing the state may be said to be in continuous

Lottie Morrisou. 150 ulpl. down the Missouri, rutting nell'han.- session, and every foot of the ::5i -----.__ _--
: Dialogue: Getting Rich On Tt Cents,, i nets and covering the lowjanos every. levee on the river and on its tributaries I5i --
Hematite Ore Found. is under surveillance,
G. A. Turner and J. W. Thomas.: where.
ork. Pa.. March 10.-A big fled o !

Recitation, An Indian Revenge, by valuable iron ore in the river hills I j for Uneasiness at Evansville. IfI
Preparing Worst at Vicksburg. I Our
El'.Je Stoker near Wrights-ville. has just been made i' Vicksburg Miss.. March 12.-Gauge Evansville, Ind.. March 12.Withrain Specialties :

and is considered by the state geol :' threatening today and highwatei
Recitation, Crippled Mary, by Ethel '! reading this morning as 47.5 feet, a
ogist the most important ever filscov above to come and high water below
of four-tenths of a foot in the past
r.. Turner. ered in Pennsylvania. The ore is o I 24 hours. Rain fell for some time and to hold the ge eral !flow in check the::

Tableau The Blind A. the hematite variety, containing t i| prediction is n.a<\> this morning that
Beggars, by the-.e is no change :'l the situation 51I
; large percentage of metallic iron act the river at ths; point will go almost Strauss' Royal Reserve
X. Brass and! J. A. Thomas. here and there are no reports: so far to mark I
the of 1884
little dror-s. as to breaks in I levees. People livingin -the highest on I ,
The Ghost In The Kitchen, Scene of record. I
to overflow
Eight. Noted Chlnamar Dead. y preparing for the v.orst.an If the rainsIn are The gauge marks 42.4 feet this morning s I 4 FULL QUARTS $3.50 DELIVERED.
Chicago March 11-Dr. Don. Sang: and is stationary with chances
Recitation, God i N Calling Me, by the Ohio and other valleys and water
Chinese doctor and exalted membetof of another rise before nightfall.
sheds cease this water will soon
Archie Brass.Dialogue various Chinese secret societies Several shanty boats
on the Wabasb
pass off, it Is thought. "
Matrimonial AdvtTwoScenes reputed: to be one of the wealthiestmen and Green rivers have been crushes I Strauss 76" Maryland

of his ra,9ln this country is dead in the flood and loss of life is feared.

of Eight.Recitation here. May Raise the Maine. Farmers about Mount Vernon have

My First Speech, by Madrid March 12.-Foreign Minister fled from the high waters, taking their

Y i Abarzuza will propose at the next household goods and live stock ,
Andrew C. Wheeler Dead.
Joddy Rayburu.
cabinet council that the Spanish goo them. The stock was taken from I Rye
I Nyack, N. Y., March 11.- Andrew C. Diamond
Song, The Parting Hour, by School. ernment take steps to have the wrecked island today. ,
Wheeler! better known as :\ym
Recitation, Will the New Year Crinkle" well known battleship Maine refloated in Ha The White river bottoms as far as
ana harbor In order I 4 FULL DELIVERED.
to discover the the
Come To-Night, by Ivey toss. writer, died at his home at Moaeick eye can see are covered with water
j I cause of her sinking.
and thousands
acres are Inundated
today. He leaves a widow two sons
Recitation, Uncle Ned's Defence, and a daughter. I Houses are vacant, the occupants being 1-

by Basel Bra*s.Heeitatiou Tramp Dynamited Himself. forced out by the water. White
I Montgomery, Ala., March =
12-\n unknown river is still rising.Judge"Adams. 1I .
t Hoeing and Praying, Enlistment of Girl Denied. tramp blew himself up with .

by Freddie 1 UClll'r. New York March 11.-Major Arthur dynamite in a Louisville and Nashville Reproved. I--

Murray, who commands Fort Totten .ar at 1 o' lock today He was in Jefferson City Mo., March 12.-A
:;: Dialogue, The Bashful Boy, Two
has addressed a letter to the press In ,\ refrigerator car. which was torn ali resolution was adopted hy the house II \\ e handle everything pertaining: to a Hi>t d.1II')

!Scenes of Eight. which! he says that the story of the en to pieces. Parts of his body were reproving Judge Adams, of the United

Dialogue Untie Pete, by G. A. Tur ILrtment of a girl as a private in the thrown 100 iept.Chicago Sates district court at St. Louis for I Saloon and having wholesale l lk .*f can ell

regular army at that post is a barefaced granting the recent Wabash
and J. A. injunction
tier Thomas.:
falsehood, and that no such incident Sheet Metal Workers Strike. The resolutiin deprecates What it calla IA Any Quantity and Ship In Ont bliplent.
Flag Drill !School.
by : ever took pice.
I Chicago, March 12.-As a result
Dialogue, Counting The Potatoes: Wages Increased tor inousanaa. the strike of members of the Nattonai ernment by injunction as exemplified

by G. A. Turner and J. A. Th llll\iI. Huntington W. Va., March 11. -Ter Allianc> of Sheet Metal Workers. whj In the recent sweeping order of Judge Orders'filled promptly Mine day a- t u.t t "t"1.

Recitation, by Dora Morrison. thousand miners of the Elkhorn an are waging a war on another union IE Adams. I

Flat Top coal fields on the XorfoH the same trade 500 men failed to report Levee Reported Broken. Remember the Whelwale lIquor -
we are only
Closing, Address, by Cecil Stokes. for duty today o; jobs contracted Caruthersrille. Mo., March .The
and Western Railway will be givera
Song, Good Night, by School. voluntary increase: in wages of H for by 25 firms who art members 01 old I levee the greatest danger point on a Dealers in Marion county.

the Mississippi! : caved in at 1 o'clock
the Sheet Vv'tion. twi.'aN"s SWcia
A Fua:\D. cents on a ton, beginning April 1.
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