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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. AXXVI, NO. 35. OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 2


MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL NOT t PARTY. Base Ball.
PROGRESSIVE FLINCH I A RUNPWRY.
b FAWN AT TIlr..EETOF THE MAN WHO The base ball game yesterday after- THE| BOSTON STORE

SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERITKE.'IIEUTIlETOI"OFTIIEJIlLL :\1. Handrlsman, Prop.
; NOR Mr. and Mrs. Burford Entertain fer noon between the Stetson Universityand Pittman & Son's Delivery Wagon Plays
Dry Goods Clothjiog, Shoes
tbd Ocala it
teams was n. g.,
THK MAN WHO ISOOINO Havoc With
WILL IT KICK Miss Agnes Burford. Surroundings. Ladies' Gents

DOWN IT. being an easy thing for the visitor, Last Furnishings
On Fridayeveniug the elegant home Friday afternoon the hor ebitl.hftl
.. ... -- I who won the game to the tune of 12
to Pittman &; Son's delivery
of Hon. and Mrs. Ilobert A. Hurford I

t SASA ILIZiSSTH:: 2AXUS. Local Eiito I on Fort King avenue was the scene of to 1-being the same core that they wagon became frightened as he turned !

L made the day before when playing r
the corner of Ft. King avenue and

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN ,! a large and very brilliant function. with Gainesville. South: Magnolia street, where tbeirimml.'n Ocala, Florida, .frLA.. tot III'
I II. \ The entire first floor! was thrown j I
II crowd to witness -
I Quite a were present
fnruiture
c together and was elaborately and j; e store is situated,

, I. Mr*. Ja+. II. l!a"I/t'J', of Old 1II..n.1 beautifully decorated with quantities I the game aud were disappointedthat aud started on rampage! down the JIU c4 h 1\ \.c.\"
the so one sided.!
Il i U vMtnii; In Ocala anti h the guest ofMr I II of bamboo, palm;;, white spiral 1 auddogwoo game was street.
I The Ocala ha not been
team yet
I >. I':. M. !Howard.C I II ,1 Uowioms, with which the j I Directly in his pathway stood Dr. gJtAuo.
.. .. organized and as yet the boys have fl3k, .
I ) !! .-ort* now abound. The color f-cheiiie I W. Wilson's buggy which lost a
.i t. I>f Long and his> daughter blips had no practice, which in a measure
I wheel in the melee. The Joe l
I. I I of white and green was carried out in driver
DeLoiiK of Caudler, were
Annie counted for their defeat. L
all of the rooms. The beautiful home Lee, was thrown from the wagon and dJx.a;t < \.:
visitor* to Ocala Friday. The following were the two lineup
I with its beautiful decorations, hand- bruised up somewhat, a stove was

I "al 1 Kngletou w ntto the southern smashed to smithereen's and a New
Mr. and their lovely partnerswas :: 1.L\ ,oqJ.
home men Stetson. Ocala.. *K XXjfl-t. F ) .._A Jt V. CL4J.u.h'
putt of the state Friday afternoon indeed a charming picture that I Ford Home sewing machine was turned into ,

fur a short Imsiuevs trip. will long remain in the: minds of our : Pounds Reed c p Hark the street but was uninjured. The &h'.J

who fortunate Bennett ht b AndersonMacVlymont famous New Home Sewing Machinecan clA. (.A aJLaxA. ix ""'L"I, ll .*..-.
Mr.lt U. Slripi>liug, the hustling young people were 2d b Barnes
stand hard treatment, and U
Hifuretu-f agfutof Antbouy, was enough to be present.As Grissard 3d b Edwards
life
Hall, L M Bennett without doubt the best machine the S riit
descended from the Aw \. \.; .MAL4) ou> ) 4. ;
a visitor to the city Haturda. the guests Johnson If Morris r"
market today as is testified to by its
dreeing rooms they were served delicious I So'bt-rsr cf Vogt
Mr". Miller and two daughters, of Hall E rf Roller thousands of users.!
fruit punch by Miss Violet I tf-u aAE& JVLjjL-JU-Jl ,.w G.. n A..tt >.. tht
JuUvillf, '.,nrrivtd in OeaU Friday 1 he game wasGmpiredby Mr. J. J.Gerh .
Harris. The punch bowl was stationed SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP. 1a
slid are guests of :Mrs. O. :M. to the uti raeti"l1 of all.
I in of the lull which
one comer --
L ,.aLw & Ajj aA44........
HuM>*rd. n t (\ .g.fti..vv_a.X .u -f ar&A r "*
had been transformed into veritable : The base: ball game Saturday morning Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's f

Mr. 1-ouit J. Bulb, of Jacksonville, bower with dogwood and green.After *. 'I between stetson University and Cough Remedy.

and who is so 1 plea+autly remembereda enjoying this delicious beveragethe the Ojala team' was! as one bided When I had an attack of ihe grip .* JL.CV .tA. J .1

a visitor 1 h'rl" last tuiuuitr i is again visitors were taken.. into the parlor and uninterestjugas the one the afternoon last winter (the second outI( actually t1

visiting us. to( meet the guest of honor Miss ''bt-forf. Ouly seveu innings; cured myself with one bottle; of AiL J"A i. ,
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" says d 0awwsd, ..ar24a+ ) j.O.AA, L.J. A..
Hotlmau and children Agnes Burford, of Disou Spring! *, sere played. The score W.\31': to 0 iu
Mr*. Edward V I Frank W. Perry, editor of the Enterprise

<>f Harneiville, (5a., are visitiuMn '{ Tenn. They were introduced to her favor ot Stetson. The !game was um- I Shortsville, N. Y. 'This. is the
.l..t..o.- .a.1.J t.LA.Ash a.J.j. Li:10.
JLLtt.l&tA.A.j.
>. Holl'maii's mother, [r"J by Mr- Kurfcrd, :Miss Barco and pirrd)' Mr. J.J. Gtrig. The lineups I bonest truth. I at times kept from Aw .. v

Miss j Harris. were about the same as the day eouehingmyself: to pieces by taking
.1 Xtrtin. .- I
a traspoouful of this remedy and !
---
of Ocala Miss, Burford is:: a very petite and previous with the, exception of. the t a'b..A. ice J j., A.n JC..t XiLL4.ta
The Mi!'..v* Atkinson frjientjpnterday wbeu the coughing spell would come Lri"
charming young lady and has been batteries. The Stetson team returnedto I would take dose and it
Hi the city, the ,;u of ou at night ;
allUirel'bitor to our city on DeLaad in the afternoon. seemed that in the briefest interval it
an
Mr[ Fred IMitrary ofYtt Adams __ n __ 1 1 S $1 I tLAf $ I I. 5. &A..IJLj- LLtTi .. _. t.A..A.J...
several ceasioii". She was looking would pass ofl and I would go to sleep ; 1A..t
.
Uuiou.Iu
Musical.
..trt't'1.'l'UlIt'li A Charming
perfectly free from cough and its ae
uuiiKUully well Friday evening in a
One among the 8e'eul'ery pleasant com pauyiug paius. To say that the '
the elefliou of Mr. Jake Brown white lace gown" over yellow t ill>. .t A o.LA. CW aw> 'u.1CL"J ,
social atl'airs given in Ocala the pat remedy acted as a most airreeable: surprise I
treatturvr of the!' K.: of l"s. that orgin- Mrs. Burford was gowned in black '
I
week was the musical at which Mrs. is putting it very mildly. had

Uiliou, i-uowrd Us appreciation of thertrrual ..repe de chene with white applique Philipps entertained her boarders anda no idea that would or could! knock ; k l 33 LAXAA .iJt...

of out the because I had .
tUuttd things. trimmings. !grip, simply
'
.. number of other friends Friday I
-- -- uevrr tried it for such, a purpose, butit
f The main feature of the evening' _unn.___
Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. K. Uobinsou area eveniuir. The affair was informal and did, and it seemed with the second ; -=-

euloyfug visit from Mr. aud Mrsltoi I entertainment was progressive flinch. extremely deli btful. attack of coughing the remedy causedit

U. I. Mrs. This was the first time that most ot not only to be of less duration, but
,nh, of 1'rovideuce, The eveniui-'s music included vocal McMillan Bros
those present' had! plajed this gime the pains were far le-s severe, and I
ttI\\'ortb i* Mr.I L'ubin ou'3si.ter.Mr. eolos' by MntfJuhuson and Mbs Maude
aud it was found to be thoroughly had not used oue bottle before Mr
Johnson, Chicago, Mrs.; A. II Col. "
1) UiK-kalew of Juiuea- Grip bid me adi'u. For ssle by the
John fascinating and enjoyable.! There
I Urn, of Michigan City lad,, Mrs. M. Auti<\lonopoly Drug More. c
Lurg, X. J.ho ''s sending the I were eleven tables with four at each Southern Copper Works.
C. Lwney, Mr. w. M Dale: and Mr.
winter in-tins city, has returned fiom I one. At the conrlu-tou of the playing Another Big Land Sale.
Albert Gerig aud cornet solof by
a 1lull&ut vl-.it to Oitwater.: it was: fouLd that MissesVt>!ith- A laud bale was consummated !S.it-
Me-srs. Hay Alworth and Albert
( -- lUrco and Williams: had made uniay and the dt eJd have been placedon
Mr. \\'. .\. l'dut, who is i having a ers. Gerig. Manufacturers ot Turpentine Stills
record.
and for
the highest: score on drawing
large number of acres of pecans |.ut | During the evening, refreshment, I
I 1 bouquet of hotimousp Mr. W. M. Gist, of Mclntos-h, bought
prlzt'Ibeautiful
out, 1I1i1t it i lot dtfetlilftl' to bevoluet the which added further luster to llrs. and General Metal Workers.Old .
the last named I what are known as the Jeffords and
i ro-es young:
;a outs lit tlie great industries F'lurlda.Mr. I I i Philip's fame as a superior cook, wereserved
.. .- --- I f j: lady secured the trophy. A volume and greatly enjoyed.The Hamliii places at Long Swamp some

Hubert Hitting, who has been of 1"'I.l;fdlllw'll! poems was the geutleann's miles south of Oala. These places
t i evening .was a very charming
iu TV IK for revert years ?iudiugpharmacy prize and this iveut to )lr. j comprhe about six hundred acres and

ha-i returned hllllte acep- ';,John: Taj lor. The prizes were pret -I one! are l1'.tedit' among the richest lauds Stills taken in exchange for new on. Patching

ted K |vM.tiou| with Mr. ('. U Tji'injLltut. ?-. II; settled by Mr. Burtord iu a, hhort andeloltiettt Children's Coughs and Colds. in the county.'I through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

I! eecb. :Mrs. Joe McGrath, 3:'7 L. 1st St., he owners of the property were Mr.T. wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefollowinf'P
; >
of the O.-ali. i iKitlcv s{
John (iruhl lu.
ii i Hutchiuson, Kan.: writes: "I have T. :Munroe, of the banking house worksFAYETTEYILLE -
I I The tcort' cards were punched by
lihvelldliig| !l few days with given BnHard's Horehoand Syrup to
Alta of Muiiroe <& Chambliss, and Mr.
Burford
frieudt anti attending the military II little Mis--.es Mary my children for coughs and colds for

convention being held in this city.Metropolis. .- l'e9.r-ol and Marguerite Porter.At the past four years, and find it the Edward II. Miller, of Connecticut.

I I I I 11:30 o'clock a supper consiMing best medicine I ever used." Unlikemany It is understood that Mr. Gist will N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

of. salad, sandwiches; wafers, olives, cough:; syrups it contains no convert this fine property into a stock JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA...
of Florida opium, but will soothe and heal any
Th. l."t lettuce tnt out ice cream, cake: anti bon boos was farm.
disease of the throat or lungs quicker .
IiJes.- --- -- --- -
'ttUo" uiot'tl by a woman, served the small tables.
) on
than any other remedy. 2oc. 50c. and Died Suddenly.Mr. .

.It h\t'IIt of Sparr. It brought $4.50 Before the guests left for Lome Mr. $1.00at Anti-Mouololy Drugstore. m old
L. M. Sparkmaii, au citizenof
lu Uirhmoml Ya.-Times 'C lIion'ri II I I I Clifford Anderson favored them with IT IS NOT PRICE, BUT QUALITY
about three
I Moonlight Picnic. this county, living
!
Trade lleview.Mr I j a vocal solo which was very mush The younger society crowd gave a miles from Ocala fell dead Friday That The

I':. H, .Abbott formerly manager ]: enjoyed. picnic to :Silver; Sprins Friday night morning at his home supposed;l to have Makes IDEAL FERTILIZERS heapess
I!j I This wa Qne of the very prettiest
of the Monti ram*hotel, now running' iu honor of Miss Aleue Bouey, of New been caused from heart failure.
!f aud most delightful parties ever given
aluitrl at Lake Helen U visiting at'' York. The party was chaperoned by Mr. Sparktnan was born in Alaehua
in 0,-ala and flinch biu fair: to becoming -
IMU it-w' his old home. lIe is aecom- i j Mrs. Will Goin. The ride was made county sixty-seven years a;o and Of any fertilizers sold in the state. They are made for
popular our
{pnuird l.y Mrs.{ ..lhbott.'i very among to the Springs! in a large wagonetteand i moved to this county about thirty- Florida crops. Prices and Circulars on request.E .

_.- -- !! young people. where he has since re 1
I Iof was a very happy one. seven years ago

Mrs :M.C. Edwards and children I Those who enjoyed :Mrs. Burfora'shospitality : The team after arriving at their destinatou sided. He was a peaceful, quiet, unobtrusive INVITE CORRESPONDENCE:

Iw.uu. t.a,, who have been speud- Misses Agnes Bur-
were in citizen, and was a faithful
'I was pent daucing, rowing, -
of
10; some Umeiu OcaU the guests Barco Sara and VioletHarris I
ford
Sue ,
of the Christian church.
last but not least, in enjoying a picnic member
Mr. Kduards: nUrfr-iu-Uw Mrs S. A.SUuUtey i Lena and Maxie Bullock WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
dunh. The party reached home He was buried in the old ceme-

nave leturneilhome. I Edith Piatt Mattie Williams,Georgie what after after having beside his wife who died less than '
I -- some midnight tery ilauHGteturer' ot Ideal Fcrtiiicer.utd .Special Prop lJUKSOMILM *_

t formerly with Smith, Florrie Crook. Louella Gary, spent a thoroughly delightful
Mr I Jars McCully{ a year ago. :. }FLORID ;

W. K.: Veal 4 Co at Don Hazel is visiting lob and Johnuie Liddou Valela evening. The following was the party; Wakeful Children.

( 'all4. He has !accepted. po.ltlou I. Potter, Met Je\vt-tt Hattie Dye, Messes Alene Roney, Gertie IVyser!; For a long time the two year old OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.rww.wwdw. j

with the Ki tiler Rros. and per- Ethel Sinclair Etta Chace, Either.WtiULer Eloise Miller. Louise Harris, Aane: child of Mr. P. L. McPhearson, 59 N. }

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.. Addle Elkau Linda Pa., would .
St. -' -
halve| will te htatloued at Felicia. MaeStandley, f'lorrieCoudon, Messrs. Tenth Harrisburg -

Smith, Mona Hiller, Emily Ford and Emmett Robinson: Lee Cox, Troy sleep but two or three hours in the

Mr. \\". ('. lUitler formerly of this Mary Keardon; )It'..rs. C. H. Lloyd, Hall, Alfred Beck Albert Miller, Bob early part of the night, which madeit
Her mother
f hard for her parents.
city but who has recently been ensgttgvtl W. T. WheelerV.. II. Pow rs, Howard Mathews
had stomach
that the child
LuOinE's at Wnite V. Miller J. J. Daniel -_ concluded CmDlERClAL BANK. O(JCAL1
iu the livery I Clak C. An Office In Ocala. trouble, and gave her one half of oue y

.\ i'rtI1K", it IIn a visit here and is i stop- I J. II. Taylcr, K. T. Heivenston, y. E. of Chaw be rIa ill's Stomach and Liver .

I'itig! at the Ocala Hou t'. Mr. Butler Hiller. Harvey Clark, It.V.. Van The Consolidated Naval: :Stores: Company Tablets, which quieted her stomach iCAPITAL

. U a White Spring enthusiast, he j Bruut, Stt-pbeu Jewell, Arthur Masters of Jacksonville, will open an and she slept the whole night through. [Branch C'omuiercial Bank, JIitKl"CUlVille.]

t office in Ocala in a few days and have Two boxes of these: tablets have effected -
I the springs are a Fisher C. Anderson, U.
believe* the water ot Leon cure and she i N now I
a permanent 85O.OOO
for the state
this as headquarters con-
cure-all fur many diseases! and that II. Ford B. S. Weathers E. J. Crook, well ana strong. Sold by AntiMonopoly ..

these springs are a real Lilt'ssiu!;, to the and E. F. Gates and IU 1'. Johnson, of vict system department as it is now DruiC store.: m

the hospital and farm for the invalid .--- -.-. and Individuals I
-- of Firms Corporations Solicited.
t l-ropie of Florida. He says the Ham- Stetson University.fa Accounts ,
prisoners S. A. Pawls, of Jacksonville Mr. Frank Mathewsrwho: has been Prompt Attention to all Buine+ Entrusted to oar Cw. j
thou Hotel i is one of the finest summer
cure ajcoUin: one day. who has charge of the convicts at Titusville for some time par, is in Exchange Bought and Sold. !
I resorts in the south and its pr.prklor ,
ill full Take Laxative Brouio Quinine Tab and prisoners, will make his h<*n Mr. Koweu, w haa INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS j ji I
will also J. A. Charles Mathevss. Later heexpeets
vir- lets. All druggists return the money quarters there as Capt.
I e house this season if there i is any \

rue in printer's ink for he is a husti if it failes to cure. E. W.. Grove's Bridges, recruiting officer.Metropolis. to go out west and will probably i ,
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1 1ngldvtrUser.. signature is: on each box.-25e remain permanently.

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THE OCALA BANNER. SMALL INDUSTRIES.I I WHO SHALL FLORIDA NAME SENATOR HOAR'S TRIBUTE TO.THE I The Same Thing Needed in OciU. I

1:; SOUTHERN PEOPLE. The New wishes: that every riliok'D I SKIN TORTURED

Under act of congresa the old United I of Palalka could have lizard the
When the writer first came to I
States supreme court rooms were ;SIrs.W. H. Felton Atlanta Journal.To speech of Lawyer S. J. Ililburn at the
F3A.TZ IIAnIS, Editor. Ocala there were two tanneries in BABIES
those who have been privilegedto
converted into a Statuary Hall of democratic city couv>>uti ?. v. Leavers, Easiness! Haaajsr. operation and one of these concerns know Senator Hoar outside of poli
Fame at the time of the enlargement was one of those 8pt'toCbH. the

---- --- employed twenty fire hands in the tics it i is pleasing to read his be- .
very
of the capital building at Washington words of which might have been reported
/:- .. manufacture of leather and shoes. What
's. City, to which all the states were lated tribute to southerners. and reduced to cold type, but

-. ..... .. There are a great many more peo- requested to contribute a' statute 1 he said is worth copying just here. no art has yet been discovered that And Tired, Fretted
x
,ii'-jV'o; <= ple here now than there were then either in bronze or marble, of her two ":\0\\ my friends, havingsaiil what could reproduce the earoearti+.. the
11t\ w. :;o "' and of course many more beeves are I thought of to SlAY on this question, Mothers
""' '''t., '" mot illustrious military or civil sincerity, which accompanied them
j) p-"' P" killed but the hides instead of being (perhaps! I may: be indulged in adding
''!: '. heroes. that although my life, political and and which were the real inapiration
tanned and manufactured into leather -
Our understanding is that Florida personally ha been a life of almost to the spoken thought -It van an

\ T1T1 here are chipped elsewhere am has not yet made h selection and i ii: cllU.lantitrifl! !' with the leaders- of the appeal for a forward move ou the pan FW MttMart\ ( S*

returned to us in the shape of shoes.It southern I older I
not represented in that diaiinquished people, yet as grow of the city ; the alarm bell sounded III
..- occurs to us that no mall Industry have l learned not only to respect: and all w..t
galaxy of fame. arouse from stupor; the toi-atu of war
BELIEVING would pay here better than a esteem, but to love the great qualities
M TTO : THE BANNER, Yet Florida is not without noted on croakers and
municipal dyspeptics
which fellow citizen of -
to
WELL ABLE TO belong my
THOSE AT TilE TOP tannery and shoe factory. We havein
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS material from which to make !selec i the southern states. They are a noble ; a prophesy of better days for
Ocala and in thi surroundingfarms I '
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES tions. race Their love of borne, their PaUtk to follow a steady pull iu the WMilH MwPMMMS..... _
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, phosphate mines and turpentine -
chivalrous for their
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Richard K. Call, in the early history respect women, harness of harmonious aetiou.--P&- ;
camps thousands: and thousand courage, their delicate sense of houor, I Fttitor
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE of the territory and state, both as a latka Ne .va. .
BOTTOM. of laborers vv bo would create a ready; their constancy which can abide by
.civil and military hero, won fame
demand for a of this nature.A an opinion or a purpose or an interestfor
-- -- ----_-. factory The fntartst RUIer.Tallahassee .
-- -- --- - I enough to entitle him to a place in their states through adversity and Value wtisf ud ....\\1.( ..
The Panama canal U in sight. It ii tannery and shoe factory shouldbe i will entertain out.*.. mp
,
that gallery. through prosperity, are thing" by rtfo tMtwM iptttad rest t. j

an era of canals. Let the Silver two of Oeala's small industries. David L. Yulee, as an early promoter which the people of the more mercurial a choice company of christian people ttrai, wrria4. K>4ttr* .hi aaros '.... .

Springs canal follow. industrial north may take a lesson. representing the Sunday school uf with Cttkitrt heap, srtd pat. set.
of Florida's development
The Manufacture of Coffins.
And there is another thingcovetousness the lap with fwk-uni i > state
Already many miD I&t"u
The Jacksonville Metropolis remarks Ocala is the depot for furnishing and as a distinguished statesman : the ION temptation of e.. crAe. t b* rVu...-.. (8 j
limber stands out as a pron inent figurefor have not found and Sunday school workers art plan senate oasis by auld ,iwu II I utaua "
south is money yet placein
that the shipping cod lld for a large section of the count I any HdoI.ruJ.., .
I southern ning to be present- It U the annual flat. b lea! pans "
selection. our politkThe .
to the United Kingdom, the Con- try. They are shipped here from I :; 'WlItIINt, said Itdt' rrrOasrts' &+4 ;t
and other General William Loring who won Massachusetts senator has been convention of the Florida ur! 3uu- economical tnmiurm fir t. n.raf !
tinent, Mexico, Cuba every I Michigan and other far-a-way places: day School Aasotiatiou. Mr. Marion Brtgnitag.. it In me. t txirwa*. ,.... a*. J
country where people live in houses. aud re-s-hipped from here to other high military honors here and under mellowing for a good many years, and I ealv, cru* i aad I 'U'j'.a. :
he made .f his Lawrence, general secretary .,f the acaly hoatMin, -0 i !Iatutha.r
lumber is from Florida.A the shadows of the pyramids of proof i honesty as well. t.,0
Much of the near-byplaces. I fault .
Mil .
children.: .11; ,
national 4. .J..I.4!
association
b of
In conversation with a gentleman Egypt; General E. Kirby Smith, as of his: courage when he uttered the ,! one the and i i. ionto. 'u.-'r'.-i .two s. else

famous statesman; on being a ked 9 hose name ranks high in Confederate words here quoted in a public speech.In speakers, and the music is in the reincdi aDd the t f...{ i pit UY r4i
yesterday he said that corona couldbe
*'hat he considered the greateet type the of bands of that master in his line, PI'''(. HIP 4goai7ri| ii., ; / ate t.'O, ,,
annals R.
manufactured here and sold at ; Stephen Mallory, sr., opinion many peopleshared ortlw.kin. aIr .. .sItrfr .-I., .
of beauty in woman replied : "The below who wax the Confederate secretary of \ by my humble self!!. Mr. I I E. O. Exwll of ('hita go. For pariirukrs f j .n.tlllijC. a.* III |I."r. i-- h<> ,. .. -
price what dealers have to pay ind .
l'f'i..iul f (b '
woman who is beautiful: and d.)QS not for freight ou ame. That our pine the navy ; George T. Ward, who was; Hoar is by long: odds the braiuest writt to H. H. Castanet, Jarksnl-' j h'-l ; iltr i-i" d".-'. _i ',?i ..' ,. vUK 4

know it, aud the homely roman: who and lumber be the flower of southern chivalry; Geo. man in public life at this tilU His I YiII.', H W. N. Hheate. TaDahaMNrr.Juiacj's f'"III'I.'+ ) nujfw "'I t,"- t-*' -,.'
bearing cypress can bought frriba ..f infant *. t ui-i .f .
by her intelligence and graceful here very much cheaper than lumbercan R. Fairbanks, the historian and who speech on the Philipine question less ( Example .nit |p..r' it-. ..+ i 'ii. |-! '
forget it." ill rh.! -''.I)}. I' !, I. .
makes you than 4 r /1.
has done so mach to promote southern a year ago will rank with thebes
be for at the The of
bought places where town Quincy is publishing: a 'lhn'1 -ttlt"t i'I"' ft '" ,

The eternal fitne sof Wingswss obervedwheu these coffins are manufactured and education ; Governor Eloxham, efforts of Danial l Webster less notice of application to the It-g.-tUture; .f'li'1. ; ill p ,: ( ,
.11'. nattvu> 1,1 s i /jJ. .'
several hundred commercial that a coffin manufactory in Ocala who did the state, such conspicuous than :0 years from now. It was an I for permission! to issue bomit in the 1 "uti i* 'r'( 'ten U i i ,j,,,, \

service in the reconstruction era and honest deli verage, antagonizing publicly ,.il' nit-Hi I- iitnl. i .
were sidetrackedand would be one of the little industries sum of M,4UO, r HO much thereofas f"t" ij- .III, (
passengers \U lint' jiiMiiirii! (i' .
kept from busine; engagements that would be more than se1f'su*tain- who was twice elected governor by a for the first time in his long political : may be neccaaary, to t>f used fur the arts ... n.. 1"ant.\ i -ir-ii.-.1.,.,.< IJ.-: s,

of iug and would give employment to grateful people; and then there is the life, his own party, and he made of establishing (latryrr 'f' afltir't Ifflll.. ." .tNf f"t' ...' It
in order to let one of the members a I purpose erevliuf at. t..n.u"ty 01 ""pr-r., It ,. 'i. .

the Gould party get by on a special to number of people and a* long as deathis name of Flagler who has made the no compromise, nor quibbled about quirt ig of purchasing and maintaining curtth... ab/lut.- ..,fHuy i y l' I .

keep a dinner engagement: ,-Atlanta as: unfailing as life there will always state an Eden and is drawing to it the words in his SL Aching criticism of I aud operating a water words and et9.a..kin, '. nrttixiiti "v.- aale bWUSMis' 't. "I'atehe UP' -'... '. I f
tx
wealth of the world. the people with whom he has been
be demand
Journal. a for them. electric light plant or plant* for ,' / world.oftVl .

Florida has no dearth of name and alied so closely for nearly half century maufacture aud distribution of Lbt.,1,

The Memphis Selmitar; does not Overalls. I in Republican ,., late
in waiting perhaps is losing nothing. politics. tricity for finruising lights, and obtain!

that Mr. Bryan has good manners Every fireman _._ But ..
think every engineer, few politicians would have ing, distributing an4 furnishing.& r I 1 II.t I .u'r" I 1'1 I 'I ,

nor was well rl st'll. We remember every laborer in our foundry in taken such risk weak .. .
our
a eould .
: The no man I .lit' ti..
King: Orange. for the use of mid town and of wih of>> |I I I" 4 f"

that a certain newspipers( ice factory, spoke and rim factories, Our attention was:: attracted by a have dared the "powers that be." for its inhabitants aa wry require aud i j i tf) : 'M.U I ", -

found the same fault with jUeneral box factory, barrel factory, gas plant, box of Kings iu the show window of Senator Hoar with plain speech and pay for same." ii!V i .' ''I'1 .Itta' .f !

Jackson and Abraham Linconcauiein electric light plaut lime kiln mournful eiuphasU the administration ,, .
saw the Wain bold t pacbery. They were gave "lu'll il( "M'" f .t:' 41" 'I

for a fulK-hare of abuse along the mills, turpentine farms, phosphate .' a rebuktt that it will Farmers' laitituUA Mct-'r. Hilt"_
very large, about it; size and truly 'I

same line. Mr. Hryau's father was a mines, and even farmers and clerks grand fruits; as warty a? the most never forget, and chasetismentthat regular meeting of the Farmer I The Icual MIMtr .lbi...l .r. i..r r

democrat of tbe "old school". stores wear overalls. was well des3rved. Likeas Institute of Marion county will be ,
bi i* ",tiling 1
Overalls bold iu the court house i. Ocala, on
liTa staple a good father .
Men who umerly refused to support : commodity. ; plump, hard, and heavy in the spares nut I ISaturday utm and with tiirr iIM' btu* w.prla. -

a party nomination and helped They find as ready sale as corn, cotton land, rather more globular than the the rod, that the wn may not be-spoiltin the hat isst. at to a. n. a ,s m"uiurrurtarty., i icier

toelectacaudidateon the other side and other staple product. tangerine; peel of a dark red, juiceas the raising Mr. Hoar laid on the Addresses are espeetrd by Col. L. P. (urn t ait Uth, ,alltJ ..4 ", ,,dlI'..

of the political ft'lIl.'t'l're called bol The manufacture of overalls shouldbe crimson &<* the liquor of a tomato, rod in love and kindness, because of Miller, W. M.: iiit and othcn. The dtlve4lilryait'l frwarr 'wi..,rurr .11' i!

one of the small industries of Ocala. his affection aid regard for bU executive committee will .. expected i .. .. i
tern: and could not occupy a back seat flavor as mildlY sub-acid aud delinicbs. party's ,lot au'I) -toriMtv i J-
There is no other industry that promises future. to submit a coustituCMU and by lava i, Hr
in a primary veutiou-but now The oriental and aristoeractic oddityof f

they are called "ijeutleiiien holding :: to large; a dividend on eg s/Ualllln I this fruit is not greater than it's! This behttedtiee, southern men during the meeting. Indies are expected Fur >>*...it..I.r. .i| t 'r '

does to honor us with their prm- Tli < I .
investment not surprise us, remembering this KMK1 rwa <
ditlereut l'olilij'al"iew ". This: is avery olid merit; aud it is not strange thatt :
The del enceII.. W. LoiM. Cbiinuau. I If 'ir.i.. r..
the
graceful agd. establishment of these small has commanded: such extravagant great \.era re on Philippine
industries It would Martel: Flv, March W, 1W*. I i A' snd. Pii..pI..
----- should be taken up and prices from lovers of the gr>tesque. uestion.[ seem to be a sequel t ...

.SO-bu-thel cr..}) of wheat will re- seriously; considered by the Ocala The name, King of Siam given tt> to a former ttory, aiwXher chapter It seems: to us that mast any sort ofa I ILe air is It I I" a iJIw i.tlt, .,.

tutor ol .trn.t> ". teatl, ehkb
wove from the soil 4S pounds( of nitrogen Board of Trade. there samples, U probably a misnomer i in volume ef horve:t patriotism! democrat ought to btt tted over
_. I the urea ere .'ors, fMr .. 161 v ""
9 pounds of potash and il) -- --- since the fruit was introduced in and devotion to truth. I am glad of It1J Telt. ,
A Canal to Silver Springs.It his th........ reYIYdahr eeitl.r d 1M
[ iaduence h bit ---- ----
of acid the mellowing > : public
pounds phosphoric says:: S72 from ochin China. Its habit of
has been very frequently stated life and when Senator Hear Col. Syd L. tarter .I f tisiuesvllk, 'in ...\I..r"rv Ii.. t.ta .Itaiapr stir'
Homestead. If the graiu alone is soldit ripening late w hen other varieties:' of H laid torsst
before the Board of Trade and other in threity. I.G I.
after "life'sfitful "
removes from the farm ;n pounds the citrus nobilis or tangerine han fever, the
places, that all that is required to '
noblest wreath that will
uitrogfu.9 pounds of potash nod H passed their season together with its a.lorn his

pounds of phosphoric acid. Sixty make Ooali an interior city is the genuine merit and its: strange, grotesque memory will be these honest tokens $. OOCJsstua.! eo..... .... ,

.. bushels! of corn if taken from the creation and establishment of better beauty, recommend it for wider of manly greatness, hrch tower e .,IOe..CtQ...

farm will remove 56 pounds of nitro freight rates. pifciitiEg.-Florida Farmer. above sectional hate and partisan pre- 88eeec i 8 Ii Iio

gen, 13 pounds: of potash and ill: It is admitted that this desideratum ja.lice and proclaim his patriotic ilt- ..ee I I

pounds of phosphoric acid.! would be accomplished if we I
High Water Mak.: votion to truth age justice. I I

Tni4NIN could secure water rates. It is expected that the highwater Women Run 3 Ne saper.. I, MaJcing IX

ARMORWas I Only five miles separate us from all mark in attendance and interest will The first be Advertising
newspaper to run entirely -
that is needed to make us a great I
no match for the microbe Giants : be reached in the FloridA ::'tatelun.; ) by women in the lnitedt tt'
but this microscopic or- interior city.
he slay
*. ganism might dined him. and in many a campaign day School Convention ta be held IB and the only one in the world outside : :
Why not annihilate this distance P&)7 x x x
i more men were destroyed bv camp Tallahassee, March 2Ub-i' tb. Already of Paris, made iu aypearafibe m I
diseases than by the enemy's sword. What's the matter with digging a e !
the hosts: are beginning t& plan to be weekly -
The to Cambridge Wednesday- is a
one way canal from Ocala to Silver; Springs: I o .
arm against: micro- Tefeent. Mr. Marion Lawrence sheet and is called tte Cambridge)
bic disease u to This undertaking f is not a* :seriousas : .
keep the blood pure. (:Jeneral Secretary of the International'Sunday Pre s. The publisher and managing I
at first blush it would
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:: appear.It e
Impure blood both I School Convection, co-veriug editor, Miss Alice Bpiicer: lutldes, is I
breeds anti feeds would give Ocala forever an advantage m < ins drop of water 4oe* ftf1t nuk- f'
diseas. the United-States and Canada, is one a prominent young woman of Cam- : 4
Tlio of impure over every other interior city of ) of flU Une ;grain of Hand will not ui.tr. t .
signs the speakers. Prof. E. O. Excel ,, bridge, aud for the lat five yearhe: I

read.blood Pimples are easyto i s m Florida Chicago of world-wide reputation, las: edited the!: woman's department I i 0nt f-sttli'r.jiee} not iiuik a k.ar'! :
t We can secure a charter at the next
boils, and eruptions will have charge of singing. For fur- of the Chronicle. Miss Bessie Draiu- i y One !i. will Blake
generally proclaim Sessian of the legislature: issue bonds 9 ap not 're1C .
the blood to be im- v v tier information and programs apply ard as associate editor atilt Mi-j !,
and iu a short while have 90 .
steamboats
pure. Scrofulous eacoresandsweIing very to W. X. Sheat, Tallahasssee, or II.I. .Estelle J. Norton the assistant. Ill.t:;, I I
*. J."psaltrheum moored in what is now known 98CQt9
Sassett! Jacksonville. aging editor. Every one ou llrtar! ,
eczema, ,
etc., ate other signs a:> the Taylor pond. ----- -- from the chief to the office t!irk t-I .


Doctor of the Pierce's blood. G: of allY enterprise in Florida and We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- "' department all are women .h

the single exception of the ,re""iu ,n;: .
Discovery t
Golden Medical would make Ocala a veritable At- ward for any case of Catarrh that can- (Ii
purifies the The paper( starts with a large '.tinscrip'tiou .-
blood and cures diseases lanta. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. list, and the promoter.. r u- .,

caused impurity.by the It dJ.blood's t --- -- --- F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. aider the outlook exceedingly b:1 ght. | e An' ; ;it i i... w,._ ," .

cures scrofulous sores, boils, pimples, The State Fair Scandal. We, the undersigned have knownF. -Tragedy Averted.- EJ t-1. ,. iv.' K it tru that "tn I

eczema and other defiling and disfiguring There is a controversy: going on be- Cheney for the last fifteen years, ,{
diseases. "Just in the nick of time our half Wk.. I.' : !iak,' ant .t I1'.r( t ,
alt give* me great pica-sure to express my tween Prof. Stockbridge, secretary and believe him perfectly honorablein boy was saved," writes :Mrs.: W. Wat- Ii

faith Discover in the virtue'." writes ot Dr Mr Pierce1 Ezekiel Gulden Horo Medical of- the :State: Fair Association: and the all business transactions and financially tins, of Pleasant City. Ohio. Pueu- 0 Layout a liu .f puMiriu. .t' 0
Graylowu Ottawa Co., Ohio. "1 fur two vears with humor on my face, citizens of Lake City. able to carry out any obligations monia had playtdall bavoc'witti him 0 .
which bellied the still of some of the most The states that made their firm. and a terrible cough set in benlt! <
noted physicians. Wa
the months hospital without: was.ucce doctored:..... Came there home for dtscouraueJ. three- the citizens of Lake City failed to WEST & TKCAX, Wholesale Druggists, I Doctors treated him, but he /grew j

Then ban to doctor with a 'chemist.1 Toledo, 0.WALDINC. worse every day. At length we tried j : THE OCALA !
He also tatter to help me. Then 1 began Dr. I. come to time on their promi,es. : BANNER.
fierce Golden Medical, Discovery, with no KIXXAX & MARVIN: OrKing'-- New Discovery for consumption '
whatever It. Did it only to please In reply the Index speaking for
faith in my !
and
that after taking Wholesale:: Druggists' Toledo, Ohio. our darling was aved. '
wile 1 but I am happy to tell you : x X That Will Pttv .. :
five bottle I am entirely cured." f the people of Lake City, says that the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- He is now sound and well.'' K very- I! X HTHE

FREE. Dr. tterce's Common Sense secretary of the association is not body ought to know it's the only sure .
I Medical Adviser is: sent fret on receiptof : authorized nally, acting directly upon the blood .

stamps to pay expense of mailing only. to pay bills except by voucher and mucous surfaces of the system. cup for coughs, colds and lung dis e .S. f SS
Send one-cent for the book in eases. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly
21 stamps t drawn on the treasurer. This has not Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all .
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the clothbound Drug Store and Tydings and ........ .
volume Address Dr R. V. Puce, been done and adds that somebody is druggists. Testimonials free.Hall's ....
N Y. Co., druggist. Price SOc( and $1.00. ....... .
Buffalo
> i.J:: ""'I IJI I holding the funds of the association. family pills are the best. Trial bottles free. ..........................


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I..................................................... I M. D. Johnsonecretary of the P i t Meeting of Causes;
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--f-. ---1 ,I i I :. FLORIDA IN THE HALL OF FAME }: Ii i I insultr Industrial Insurance Company Au important meeting of the City I
will leave
-- ---- I i : to-night for a business council was held Tuesday night. All UK

--- --1 ....................................................... 1: trip to Tampa and Ocala, where city fathers were prewut *vMessrs. I
-- f I he will inspect the branch offices of
Carmicheal and
Jones
There are other names than those 't democratic forces. He was elected to |

--- 1r I. mentioned who might with propriety the legi-Iature in 1549.: He was one of !! the company.-Jacksonville Metropolis After the adoptiou of the u. .

----- -- m Florida's ,contribution, grace the democratic electors in 1b: :, and Messrs. Allan Rodger and! U

uiehe in the congressional :': visited and !spoke in every portion of i iI I Mr. William O. Hearn, formerlywith Robertson asked that a fen, '
a
statuary I I the state He became thus fully !
| IN A BOX j > gallery.For known to the people of Florida. They j I I Chamberlain! DuBose & Company near Mr. Rodger resident i t- !I

1" 'II I iiisiam-e, there John Miltou, :I appreciated his abilities statesman !:! of Atlanta has arrived in Ocala in as it was deleterious to btaii;, .

r- 3 i Florida's of whom in | and orator. I and has accepted a position with ('. a committee was appoint t t. .1"> <. ..
21 If you want to write a nice letter you can 110 i it if you have war governor, ,
S:: nice staliouery. You're iu a box if you haven'tjhe paper and :;: \ history entitled, 'Tnion, Dis- t this !;j The author met him first at the i ij I Rheinauer & Brother, one of our tigate the watterand have die -..1 "
-: paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. \\"t' have" many ..tylr!-. j j :National Democratic Convention at J
Uuioii, and Re-Union," l Sunset Cox largest aDd most popular mercantile done if the committee decider it tnecea '
Charleston in 1S )0.; He the j
deplored
I 11I of him I establishments.Mr. aryAn
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE i says : necessity that caused division iu the .
iI ordinance .
Florida wa pared .l"ll|
of
was an out-lying !state Democratic party. He feared that it
and Mrs. W. A. Redding will
--- -I s'uail population! and w dtb. :She would produee a rupture between the the washing of vehicle and b"rand .. -
II Lave their week :Mrs.
guests next
-- -I had escaped the ravages of war. 'No states. He! was a warm supporter of the greasing of twru M "u ti! -.

4? .- t strategic advantage was to be gained General Breckeuridge. In IbtX, he Charlie Gibson and the :hisses! sidewalks and street and al
tI o. Men.:I.'l
:-: -I; by l"outt'.tiug the possession of any ot was nominated for governor. He Howard, of Qrahamville, and Mrs.
the blockading of the streets and -i>i< "
:: i I her extensive territory except Pensa- made a thorough canvass of the state, Redding, of Ocala, who will come

---- -I II c. la. It was well understood that her I and was elected by a large majority.He down the Ocklawaha river to Palatka, walks with vehicle, warn or art< >..-

-- I fair would follow that of adjoining was inaugurated as governor in of merchandise.The .
thence to St. and from
-- -I II: stntesand, that their submission tothe 1561, for four years. After the with Augustine resignation of the marshal i "Ii" d dwithdrawn

-- i arms of the Republic would comI't drawal of the state from the United there to J11cksonville.-Jacks and his leave of &Wiwas

1I111111111\1\\jlljlllllllllllll\lllllljllllljlljlljllllII\ \\ \ IIIIIIIIIIIII I:' her cwpltauce.tuveruor I State, like a large portion of the i. Metropolis.Mr. extended until April 1st.
<(< Milton although not coiisinuous Southern people he felt that tbe election I I
'I' J. B. Malloy of who The council adjourned until U'...i
fur his he was as of Abraham Lincoln teftiouaJcandidate i ; Anthony,
--------- --------- -- -- mergy repreriitalive as a

MOTTO : THIS PAPER WILL NOT Little :Mi." Kr.ii YongrMilertamed ,I I a man as any of the five was! a u2icieut cause for has two hundred acres in watermelons ne day March 2.ith, when the sate >

F.WS1' TIIEKEETOK THE MAX WIloHASSl'DUKXLY I a large lHIIU''t'r ..f( her y ''lUg 'rieud: who are pinured in the preceediug I the withdrawl of Florida. lie favoreda and beans was: a visitor to the city the enlarging of the elect n,' i u i Itt.t

AND WITHOUT MERIT chapter. His life is worth a study in coufeiteracy, not only for the pro
Tuesday afternoon with a delightful! Saturday and said that if the truckersof plant will be discussed.Presbjtiruo .
REACHED Tilt TOP OK TIn HILL; NOR it.-relations ,to tits great events of I trrtiouof states rights, but to preservethe

WILL IT KICK TUB MAX WHO IS GOING I birthday party. whi..h it formid a pirt. He served l rights of property iu slaves' He Florida did not get rich this year it Soei,l.

IMIWX IT. -- during the u bole war, as governor.II warmly indorsed the action of his would not be because of the scarcityof
1 I \\\,' --ret to le<.rn that Mr. \. ABerlack : Monday afternoon Mrs. Jrai
I was thoioiuhly:: devoini to theS state. It was! in acoord with his ideas stud grow, as there is the largest

SAHA ELI2A33TH HA11IS. Local Sdlta I of this city is quite sick at >iillierntau.w. Jo: -t'U in its sinking I of 153. When war was dechrexl, be area planted and the most promising Austin entertained the ladl
the hom- II! his tuotli. riu-law, Mrs. emoting ui, he dibplnxed heroism be" I I foresaw that the South had mucu to Presbyterian church at tbeir r-uii.a,
prospects! the state has ever known.
j Lederer iu Jurksnuvitie youd nil praise!, amid distnctiou! amt j! contend with. Her success would be ; monthly tOn .

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. despondency. He wa burn on the I doubtful ; but his voice and materialaid All indications are propitious account of the avcre rsius

Me4 raV.. W. Hampton, Horatio twenty-first day of April Bali iu Jeffrrsou were freely given. He cheerfully i
--- Joe Stevens of Ocala attempted to weatner not as nuny ware present a<
' ( sizes and I II Dad:; and Evans Haiie, o.' Gibe\ide, county, Georgia. He was the ; and) resolutely cast his fortune with ,
and Palms iu
1 Ferns would have been under other
many sou of Col. Homer V. Milton ..f the ':' bio people. Although iu the latter end his life by the carbolic acid process : CIP-UIU!
varieties at the Greenhouse. j jHou. are among the visiting tttiortie\.>, attending -
I United states army, and grandson of 'I part of IVj he saw that the fortunes a day or two ago, because be said stances, but in .spite of this factvet
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-- Cin'nit Court.
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J i hue John Miltou for whom, in our war were with the United Stales, and his wife didn't love him. Joe IS wss realized for tbe church tim-
ou
J. B. C. Koonce spent Monday i /?
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j early history ( ;l'IIrdl'tst her vote begin to doubt ihe wisdom of texts-! .
in Ocala) with his wife and son. j jAXSWER jI Mr. J. T. Peacock, ot Va.d.tn, Ga., for the Presidency of the cited iou, he never varied from the cherished uot to mind a little thing like that ; urj.Mrs..
I Bessie MtCooiMil and l ltu..
I of the firm of W*stand Peawick. who States; so! that he had brave, rebellious l- ideas of his early manhood. In this progressive age-but if all the :

TO CORRESPONDENTS!; ,--No, I I. are the l largest turpentine operatorsin and patriotic blood in his veins. 1S6t and ISui, there were heavy and boys in the same boat should follow daughter, Gladys, with a uiaiidohn! i

The Ocala Banner! 11:1'DO colored edi-i iI I i Georgia aud Florid was a visitor He was educated at the academy in repeatedvalls:: for men and provisions, the pace: there would possibly be a duet, little MtseSMJean Atilt and

tor. ---- I to the city :\loull1l)'. Louisville, the county seat of JsilVrsou made: upon the Confederate States. run on carbolic acid.-G:tiuesville Lillian Anderson and Mrs K. 1..

Mrs. T. 1>. Bryan aud baby went to county. He studied law under Rodger The old and young of Florida, through Sun Carney with io' truta.Dtai wiot added(
L. iamble. He practiced iu his tbe influence their bad
And now it is suggested that governor,
lirove Park: Monday to visit rela possibly greatly to the afternoon's ptoamie
native county. Aftor a 'l'arortwo heIUO.ed enlisted in the of
war regardless
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I tives. Alonzo 1' H! kin, of Marion age Mrs. llaskell, of China, who his In the dining room tea and N afrr'
to tolumljus, Georgia; and and exemption. Her const was extensive -
county, may be a candidate for Governor while there be became engaged in and of It been spending some time in Ocala, were served to the guest by )11-,.
Ambrose! Davis, of Tampa, i Is easy approach. required -
P. C. before the next primary if one i* politics. He ran for Congress on the more men than she had, to least Tuesday for a short visit in Jacksonville Linda Smith: Sue Brootn J\? L.r
the guest of his brother, Mr.
bt'lJ.-I.ak. City Index. uullitica'iou question. He was de guard it. Invasion was threatened, where he goes to see her sister Davis.

DavK feated. He afterward resided in aud in some points it was:: actually :Mrs. Young J. Allen and her

)I/"iI. Ross' of ;Mncon (!ili., t Is the W ANTED Three good salesmen and Mobile aud iu New Orleans. In bothplaces njj.de. Tallahassee, the capital, Was A Sworn tn.l'lut.
niece Miss Alict Allen of
Shanghai This! is certify that on MOI..UTtbe
guest of heriieiee, Mrs. "A*. J. Cham1ers. i collectorApply i.. ";'inger;; Sewing he hail M larg.l.ractit *. In I au objective point; anti iu March
iI 1)45!) he movec to Jackson county, in 1895, the troops of the United States China, who are the guests of Mrs. :}$ da, of October, 19111 l, I pun l.al I <
I Machine Co., Oeala. Fla.' SKUwlt:
I the sta'c of Floiula He settltd on lauded at St. Marks. They sought to Allen's daughter, Mrs. Henry Selkirk ed tf The Racket Company, a !...

Major Haskell returned yesterday We had H very pt'IUI'Ut call Monday his farm He only appeared in court hold that part of the state, but were Turner. Mrs. Allen and daughters, Fla., a pair of their Tonuliasfc Burt: I

afternoon from a +week's fishing trip to afternoon from Mr. B. F. baxton, oc'a ioually. He was devoted to agricultural -I repulsed at tbe Natural Bridge, with Misses Ethel: aud Alice: will sail from penitentiary made: bo ., and (tail t I
pursuits. His hospitality loss, and obliged to re-t' loark. In
Crystal River.i of New York City. Mr. Saxton own Seattle. Wash., for their home about have worn them ..
was proverbial. His social qualities the extern part of the slate, imilar cooliiiuouaiy r

i A marriage. license was issuedTuts- an orange grove on South Lake Weir not only transmuted aiquaiuuucesinto : attempt were made. These !&ttadttl.with May first. ______ since, amid the upper amid ..4r* anstill

and us hill l1uuud: custom is spending friends but made nil straugers the knowledge that the Confederate iu good rouditioa : and it a i !
1 day morning to Howard IXirieu Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Hutchison laud u.y
several weeks there. well'omeHis conversation was of was daily growing weaker, I I belief that they an good for tbree
i anti Lilly Muurr.i rare quality and full of wisdom and caused much distress:: to Governor their chorming daughter, Miss Martha

j ---- Mr and II'I'. Bos won h, of lY>.videucr wit. His knowledge national and Miltou. He was approachable l.,) all. Hutchison of Chattanooga, rt turudyetit..rday mouth wore wear. Thw i I" too jrtf'tou

| I Dr. R. Dou Si"truuk. of DtdeCity, slate lUI'IL..urt'Iand prominent men, He listened to the complaints of his mouths! wear tbat I hate .lr> .t I I.> received -
R. I., who have been spending,, after au Extended visit in
'J was among/ the prominent visitors to was immense. He w.ts a surprise to people. As> a parent with othpnnK, from these gnu**, who ,- original
i a short wiiile in Oeala with Mr! Ru,:,- St.: Petersburg. They are charmed
1 this! city Monday.Rev. his friends, for although he was nut a he sympathized in their utrerings. cost was }IAS.
/ I I worth'* brother, Mr. ueo. K. Robiu- btrd !student he seemed to grapIUl.Uehi These anxieties linked with meoW with the climate, accommodations I. P UrKikv: ,

j I.. Warren haw been invited ton!! left Monday &f>ruoou for Cuba, by intuition. Nature did work and constant care, produced I sociability of that delightful little 'Vottor, Fla.Sworn .

to preach a sermon in the Jewish synagogue where they will spend several weeks much for bun. Although he preferred softening of the braiu. Ou the 1st of city. They will leave this morning I baud aublttfII't'd brfose l mrJanuaiy

domestic life, the people would I April, ISOo, he died. In him the laud I for Ocala, the Ocklawaha river trip i, IW3.! W. \\'. CMAII t ,
I next Sunday.Mrs. I Mr. L. \\ Drew, of n..Uvitwho not allow him his coveted ease. At of flowers lost a devoted friend and a Seah\ X.-ary PuWic.
and Jacksonville their homeward :
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"- -- upon .
election from lslt 1S60 hill -
The
I owns an orange grove there and every governor. requiem over his
of Jackson
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Pricy'illiams,
i I voice was heard. He marshaled the i l grave was as sincere as it was sad. way. Many: friends regret their Accident to Mr. Sittntati
j vile, is in the city, the guest of her I alo one in Ot'ab, was a visitor here early departure from the city.-Tam- .
Saturday night, wniU Mr. >. 1 1Sistrunk r
Monday and stated that a man who -
mother, Mrs.' Kingman.Mrt. I Tribune.
j !Ir. W. _\. Pelot pa our esteemed ckrk nt lI.r
I stuck\ to the orange business 'wa-\ is now occupyingthe Mr. and Mrs. Williams and their

\ J. W. Harrell, of Jacksonville, Colonel Morgan place the I I Mrs. laird and her little circuit court, was about toeutt-r u-i,
I bound to come out ahead in the end. same daughter, We had the pleasure of a very interesting -

; Is visiting her parents Dr. and Mrs. having been purchased by the sou Laddie who have been spendingsome talk Monday with Mr. Gailskdl, I a fox chase, bad the lakfortun.-. >

!i Mr. J. C. Mathesou and family left con-I I have bis horse step mt> a hl.alt, I
Alf. .\l.hireat Bellview. j solidated Naval Stores Company. time in Ocala at Mrs. C. J. president of tbe State Fair Assoation.
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I{I I this week for Marion county, north of --- --- -- Phillip's on South Third street have He says that the orange trees at Mclu- horse and rider were both tor. '

Mr.[ and Mrs.[ Hamrick, of Jacksonville 6l.: Patrick's Day was generally the
Ocala, where Mr. Matheson has purchased very returned home. to ground and th. fall IU- -
tOt ' are the guests of Mr. IIamrick'I I land and will engage in farm- observed iu Ocala yesterday by the ,-,---- violent tbatlr.. SUuuok's left aim ;
put on an uninterrupted spring
I J Ulster, Mrs. M(. C Looney. ing. His Leeaburg frie-ids: wish him wearing of the Shamrock, which was Mrs. Julius Israel accompanied by was broken near the lb.>w.
I I I growth. The trees are white
her
Mrs. Maurice Stearns
daughter
, furnished by Mr. T. B. Snyder tbe The unfortunate .
much bucoe&s in his new bome.I .- gentlemm t.
t Col. Otis T. Green left Tuesday for aud children left fur Jacksonville with bloom and it now looks,
Saturday -
I I Leesburg Cotuntercbl.Miss. popular proprietor of the Haberdash lifted to his horse by his "Hlur".I.! -*
/ 1 New where he "old 1
that
York Washington, where they will visit relatives beyond a doubt, .
, Linda Smith of Louisville, ery. and taken home and Dr. Power. ..
goes on professional' business times have come again" and
t -- for a few days.: They will then .
Ky. who has been spending the pastthree M. E. summoned audset bU arm about ."
Mr. Robinson has rented a that the oranj:* industry in that sec-
their homes
return to in Atlanta and
J Mr. E. W. Kraybill returned Monday o'clock. lie suffered l"OUalolttral't1 i ;
months in Ocd with he uncle .
I r room in the Montezuma block! and tion will assume the proud place it
) afternoon from a trip to thet and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Anderson Chattanooga. pain but is now gets ing along sprigh, .
has fitted up the same for a private occupied at the time of our great dis I

j S! northern portion of the county. I will return home the Utter part sample room, in which to display his George Stafford; went up to Oeala ; aster. Tbe confidence of the people is The St Donis Changes Mu.......' j
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) rf' Before bending away tot flowering: of this wf'eK, much to the regret of excellent line of shoes of every des- I I. Saturday: to take his boy, Grover, who again restored and everybody in that Mrs. 1L Hagerty yesterday '''Hi. 1

) .. and ornamental plant, compare I her host of friends in this city. cription.Mr. ____ was hurt by a tree falling on him i community is in good spirits. charge of tbe St. Dims hotel and will t i I 1

prices with the Greenhouse. --- - and Mrs. Burtus Ward McDonald some time ago, as already reported in make numerous improvement ("r
) Wa enjoyed a pleasant call
very the Times, to have the attention of a Little Miss Etta Hood, who expectedto aecommodition of .
formerly of this city but more I..*
) Mr.[ M. E. Uobinson and daughter.Fanuie Monday from Mr. S. C. Fackler _.
physician! there.Sumtervill* Times. give her friends a picnic to Mrs. llagerty bat had large 1
) J returned Sunday night from editor of the Crystal River News. recently of Jacksonville; have gone to young eaprr

Cedar: Keys, where )Ir. McDonald has Silver Springs: Saturday afternoon ience in hotel business and if keeping'
>> a few days visit to Mr. Robinson'smother i Mr. Fackler speaks in the highest Mrs. W. W. Harris, after a short I
1 accepted a position with the Atlantic was prevented from doing so by the clean and elegant rooms and -limit
) in Albany, Ga. terms of Crystal River and frays it has visit with friends and relatives in this 1
rain. Instead the children all came a good table are mean to
Coast Line. -uw <'It !
) I I as bright an outlook a* any town on city, has returned to OrangE Lake,
Hon. T. D. Lancaster who is in the 'I 1 i and had an indoor party. Tile young determined that the 8. Denii. un ; ;. the gulf. It already has several large Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Bird after where she is visiting her mother: Mrs .
logging: business at Daisy, was inS I' I hostess was assisted in entertaining her mauagvment ball nceue u* rn.' :
Waldo. Mrs. Harris and childrenwill
I mills and others are being bnllt and trending a week pleasantly in
town Monday and said that: business very her guests by tier aunt, Mrs. Thomas share of patronage
I still others:: are in contemplation. Ocala, left Monday afternoon for their leave in a few days for Wilmington -
in that section is a ti"trs.I'lIdt'gra" I __ __ Sexton, Miss Annie Sharpe and Miss !
N. C. Mr. Harriss in
. to join lon-R.ur4. ;
home in
While in Ocala
Brooklyn.
t Mrs. lat and Mr*, Huller, of I Hattie DJt' All sorts of games were Several thousand dollar
itsvr.sand !.1I
their home.Mr. ,
0 :\( and two children, Mr. and Mm. Bird were at the new
. I I Lancaster, Pa., who have been visiting guests -- -- played and among other things a I lusts)lib lauds in Marion: cou'iwithout ,
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(Juitmau, Georgia, who have been the Ocala House.
.. l' fora I Mr. and Mrs. Shuey: left Monday J. B. McCorkle, of this city, "peanut: walk" was enjoyed. In having first obUim ...
t guests of Mrs.'eruon Clyatt I
i hori for Palitka. The father! of these We notice from the Dunnellon Advocate consummated a big land sale Satur this little Mis--.es( Gladys McCouneli abstract of title from tins ......
while returned home louday.I
ladies was an engineer on the Florida that the following Ocalaiauswere day. The deal embraces about seven Margurite Porter and Jean Teague i County Abstract ComwuFor r..
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r Mrs P. A. Teague and baby and I Southern railway and died duringthe visitors their during the week, thousand", aeres of timber lands near won .the piizes. The picnic lunches ward see another coluiuu.L .

. e: Mies Sallie 'l'eague went down to yellow fever epidemic and was via : Mrs. C. C. Todd, Mr. J. M. Barco Zellwood'.in: Orange county. Mr. >, were eaten and very much enjoyed N. ExPFaigrt'L

. Udy: Lake Monday afternoon to buried at Palatka. They came to United States Deputy Marshal llamp W. Ellis, formerly ot Summerfield, The children all spent a very happy Prepare dower now, frill'

. vUlt Major and Mrs. Teague fora Florida tq dnd his: grave and to place a Chambers Mr. D. W. Davis and Mr. but now of this city, was the pur- afternoon even if they were cut out lire them freely, buy you (..tint at

"hUe, monument over it. Byron Lane. chaser. l of their picnic. the Greenhouse to fill them




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THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 20, )!03. 1

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BEAUTIFUL BELIEVIEW. son are large timber dealer, and I A LITTLE ANTHONY:' HISTOST. I SOCIETY ITEMS OF ClfRA, '- :- .;;; k ,pT' r1f? o I s th e 1tJ.fn1nAhj

/: o.: : ;" ,' ,. -t! Cures the wound i
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own large bodied of timber lands in a ," ,-"''''1f. .. ,:';:. "'

A large crowd of Ocala people drove I! number of states. )lr. Brerver predicts In looking over some old papers the j I March 10th was the occasion of a .- !" ; :,, .Ia'. .;:p..,, ',. I> .4-........ !" ..' lIke l'

down to Bell view Tuesday night, to that round timber pine lands other day Mrs. E. II. Swain, formerlyof very delightful reception at the :Mansion ,>

attend tLe large reception aud dance I Anthony, now of :Muncie, Ind. i given by Mr. and Mrs. Kendig
now telling at from two to five dolhrs

given by the people| of that hospitabletown. I per acre will in tin near future sell at found a letter from her father, Co!. and their charming tiieee, Miss p mph :

( 'I from E. C. Anthony, written to her hus- Bewail of Philadelphia.
I I ten to twenty dollars per a v.Mr I
The night was u beautiful one and i! =?. A. S. Gregory, of Uadidencounty baud from Washington city dated i Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Kendig and FIRST AID TO ,

the drive the hard road to and Feb. 6 IS76 him that he I j I Miss Reualtiu receiving the guests 1
m I j I Fla., visited :Mrs.! H.11'\ Long informing It Heals and Cures by cpening the pores allowing! the
from lltllvitw had succeeded in pontoffice were Mrs. Harm of Citra and Mr. :
was particularly having a and Oils
I the pa+t week, took in some Marion Camphor to penetrate to the source ot the
lightful. !I established at what was then designated and Mrs. L. ti. Brooks of MaasuhuMrs. -
counties improved roads, inspected its trouble drawing out all Fever and Inflammatkan. Does

On arriving/ their destination the, I outfit of improved machinery andexpressed as Anthony Place. not Dry and Scab but heals without leaving ugly scats

party went to the new and l large store t herself as being delightedwith That was fix j ears before the rail- Mrs. Weldon, Mrs Mobley and .,,- EVEUY HOTTUSAJDngguu. (IL..tR iTEE.A-

of the Bellview Trading Company, the progress of the county. road was built and Anthony Place Miss )Ic Whirter assisted; in the deco- 15', S., sad ,.,- **..Tin

the of route" office but unlike rating. Thespacious drawing room
to
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commemorate opening I Miss Josie Folks closed her school at was a ,
which this and afl'air fide office and was artistically arranged in Florida
large enjoyable I I Martel the lath inst. The patrons mady others was a Lena

was given.Charles I and was much needed by the residents of greens and white lilie+, sprays of I'or sale h j' .ttiti-llnnoputy| Drug Mure
generally being present, were
\ A.Tremere, formerly of Jacksonville pleaded with the advancement of that> portion of the country, who were orange blossoms and clusters of the -- ----- -- --- -

,, and Tom Mitchell, formerly their children and the closing exercises compelled to come to Ocala for their golden (fruit adding unique charm to

of Ocala the of this j! the-beauty of the decorations. The
are proprietors: mail.
of the school, which reflected
store, which has just been opened and I credit upon| teacher and pupils, and I:. II. Swain was appointed postmaster color scheme in the dining room was HUBBARD) & MACDUFFHARDWARE

which .carries a large and elegant passed; oil' without a hitch to mar the and had for hU deputy W. S. red (being: effectively canied out hy

stock of both and the ue of quantities of red holly aud
groceries dry goods. I Sparr, and later Geo. K. Robinson.
pleasure! of the occasion. Miss: Folksis
These two gentlemen were the originator These gentlemen performed the"ardu- American Beauty roses. Assisting! in
an accomplished lady and an eflicieut -
of this large function and teacher. oua duties" of the office to the entire the receiving aud caring for the guests

were very splendid hosU, turningover iliss satisfaction of its patron were Dr. Carswell and Mrs Ed.W .
Friday night May Kemp gaveI

the towu to the visitors. I I, a reception at the home of her parents Colonel Anthouey himself figuredas rtUian. The refreshments were DOORS, SASH! AND BLINDS, .Y'iKlC( 'I.I'i'! 1 H.. M i'r< )

The large hall uextdoor to the store the mail carrier! in the official elegant and each one present being)
in honor
Miss which
j to Folks was t
hadbeeuprepyredforthedance. Before presented with a souvenir of the BARBED WIRE. CUT AND
: I well attended, the time being pleasantly documents but these duties. were in MEMs. DKKKK 1'l.oWsJ.

the dancing< begun, however, I pent in social" converse, music reality assigned to his deputy. James pleasant occasion. Those helping -

an lute retiimx literary and musical I and amusing gimes.: All bad a good Swain, who wade sewi-weekly tripsto in the dining room were WIRE SAILS, PAINTS PLANET Jh ( i HoVE ('[.,

program as rendered.Mr. time. Ocala on horse: back for the munificent Mr. and Mrs Stewart Ramey, Mrs
Light refreshments were served -
Doolittle introduced the performer I after which all repared to their sum of$l,00 per trip. Hagins, :Misa Susie McWnirterand OILSVARNISHES. ATLANTIC TITtllt.U I I KlNi-

?. After the building of the railroad the Misses Boring.
I respective homes. WHITE LEAD OF <;.LIES n l'II.....
Mr. Wendleand: MiVendleeach from Waldo to Ocala the name of thepostoflire Music was furnished during the
The members of Frit L
I !< hip -lodgeNo.
sauir beautiful solos and responded to evening by Mrs. Baymond Kitchin.of ,
53 F &; A. M. held a lodge of was changed from Anthony I ALL KINDS OF COOKING .1 I t '\1
an eucoie with a duet. I Place to Anthony and was then, &s it Massuchusbett8and Miss Thomas of
instruction in their lodge room the
Miss: Vera Livers rendered an instrument I is now, an important place in the Citra. Mr. and Mrs. Kendig have GLASS AND PUTTY, HKATEP.8, (Jk.SIT '
night of the 13th in.'t. which was well
; solo and little Miss Edna I geography of the county. spent many seasons: in Citra and the .
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attended and edifying to the craft,
Nichols sang very sw eetly. I Colonel Anthony located a large number present, together with the IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE! (Ml I
after which light refreshments were
Little Miss Elinor Treinere, of number of settlers in that portion of many beautiful flowers sent them attested
served, and au hour spent in social
Jtu-kMOuville, was Called on for a I 1 I the county and erected the depot out the populariry and esteem |inwhiehtbey TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY. IKON ANO.sTKKI: I
j a intercourse. On the following; day at
recitation and the captivated her of his own purse, and also at the same are held. Their receptionwill
I the regular meeting of the lodge the N THE LINE OF Bt'ILDBOLTS.. K 1'El'l'LLE: ;
audience and was compelled to respond time erected a building which was long be remembered as one of
I E. A. degree was conferred upon one
to an encore twice. used for a town hall, church and the most pleasant of this season.
candidate, and the F. C. degree upon ING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC. BLUE FLAME "IL HTnV
After the program was concludedMr. I two. school, and contributed largely to Mrs Harris was the charming

Trniiere made an impromptu other public enterprieses. 'He wasa hostess at a unique entertainment -

and pleading! speech inviting the I Ii i CLEANINGS FROM GAITERViLLE. generous benefactor and is remem- given ou the evening of the sixth to LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

guests: to repair-to the booth which bered with sincere affection not only her guests at the Mansion.An .
Hubbard & MacdufH Ocala Fla.
had been prepared aud prritily decorated In last week's issue of The Ocala by the older settlers of Anthony but oyster bake on the lawn was the
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fur the occasion with magic Banner we notice several errors in the older settlers of the entire county. chief feature of this pleasant occasion.

lauters. Here outlet luncheon was the fSaitorville items, also in the ,-- When the merry party of ladies u _
DOINGS AI FORT M'COY.
Served which was heartily enjoyedby school prgram. Several names were I gathered about the tables and watchedthe I

tile large number; present. ;i implied and others:: had the initials I Ii I Messrs. F. -Lang---&:; Son., of this gentlemen prepare a feast which '11111111f"1111111tlhtltt11t,," ''' '"'11t,,lltlsrttttuttnrntHltntfltjttttt,, "? C

After the inner man had been satisfied i i I changed, for which Uncle Joe asks I was enjoyed by all fortunate euoughto =: ,
place, have recently bought a forty-
the dance was l>t'gun. Frank '! pardon he having assumed the re- be present. The fire light cast a

Dillard called out the. figures and a ,1: re.-pousibdity, though he believes I horsepower boiler fur their saw and glow over the lawn, presenting an appearance S I 4
planing mill. They will soon begin WEEKLY I I!
large number, both young and old, : himself blameless' building a tramroad from their mill as'" wtirdlike as it was attrac I I

entered into the enjoyments the j I Farmers in this section are progressing tive. Those; who found it too cool on I
and still to the river, which will aid
Terpsichoreau revels which contin- nicely in the way of planting and the lawn witnessed the picture from
them greatly in hauling their naval
t'liiong past the midnight hour. all seem happy.J. I the many verandas and watched with
stores, logs and lumber to tran porI I i
In the dance hall Mis Bertha F. Hall of Blitchton, was in I tation. They will also plant forty- interest the silhouette made by the F BANN1tRS1

Baths dbl'enlied lemonade during the Gaiter\ille during the past week visiting : pretty facts of the ladies present.
five acres in peanuts and chufas to fatten -
t"utiree't'uiug.. friends aud relatives.We One of the lovers ofthe blvalue was

The reception committee consisted beg leave to make a correctionin hob"S.I said to have sat up all night to show I CLUBBINGi ;
I The public school here closed last i
<" of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tremere, Mr. our list: items in regard to the violet I his:: appreciation of the feast. At any
Friday. The principal, Miss:: Nell
and Mrs. T. A. Mitchell, Mr. and I picking couple. She was not I, rate, be was the last man ou the '
Stubbins, left at once for Live OaK,
)In. J. Jf. Shedd, )Irl. K.: G. Cogs I happy after all. I Ii scenes and at five a. m. was still roasting
i where she will spend a week with
well, Mis. L. It. dial+tead aud W. H. I We understand that the party at and eating. He 13 now on such LIST
friends. Then she will go to Texas I:
Au.stiu.! 1 Heidtsville last week did not epd I unfriendly terms with the oyster that s= .
for a mouth, when she will return to e e .
This reception was an epoch in the J plea-antly, and we regret to hear of he refuses to look one in the face and ...
her home In Bowling Green, Ky.
history of hrlle\ iew .and the various J: such confusion. But if we fall in the feels like a friend of his on a stormy -- -
There will be more fertilizer bought
d pleasures of the evening's entertainment water we may expect to get wet. voyage who had been paying tribute **
and used by the farmers of this sec- ::: We have made
will long be remembered not F.d. Kavburu. of Dunnellon, pent to neptune most industriously and who special arrangement whcrvby ere _
tion this season than ever before,
: only by the citizens of Belleview, but Sunday in Gaiterville. declared he had yet ro find an oyster :E can offer the following rates: to all pIiHI-ia-ad-
mostly for cotton.
the many who attended from Ocala What young man was it that intended which tasted as well coming up as it vance subscribers :
The Meadow Land Company's canal
and other neighboring places. escorting his best girl to the did going down. g THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville sum'-i |
j that was started a few years ago and
. -- ------ party, last Friday: night and got left?1 I E Timcs-lnion
' MARTEL ITEMS. then abandoned, makes: a fine fish The, shipments of Florida high-grade Weekly $i SO a year.THE 5*

You must come sooner next time pond. The recent high water has en- phosphate rock from the port of Fer- E OCALA BANNER and The ComruontrBr, |

Mrs. flodge, of Valdosta, Ga., is Charley? abled thousands of fish to come up nandina Fla., for the month of February jjE: an'b paper] $1.75 a year. s
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large crowd gathered at the
'isiting at Martel. from the river, where the people are agregated 6700 tons; previously g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Svmi.Wwfkly i
Union Level church last
We are having refreshin; rains, Sunday to catching them by the hundreds. reported, 31-35 tons, making a total of Journal $ 1.7S a sear. 4
hear HeFreer's
growing crops, and the trees are put sermon, but were School Commissioner: J. S. Grant- I !feSSo tons for two montbs ending February g THE OCALA BANNER and ThrKxaW Now w
disappointed.
iS 1903.
; ting on their beautiful garments oft William Butler i* visiting his sister, ham of this place, who has been I I York World. 5i.-)5 a year. a5

green. Mrs. John Brass. We do not know dangerously sick for two weeks, is: I I Cures. A. E Sciatic Simpson.Rheumatism.Mrs. 509 Craig. St., g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta WitklvCun: !'. 3stitution

Most of our farmers are busy planting where he i is from, as he says he came now slowly recoverins. I I Knoxille, Tenu., writes, June lith, E I. .5 a year.
Mr. F. Lang of Dexter is visiting I.
corn, working cane, potatoes and from the place where the prettiest i. 1839: "I have been trying the bathsof g THE OCALA BANNER and laj( p1D'plt'I .t
her daughter, Mrs. Charley Uowellof
other
vegetables. Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic
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girls: are to be found-and this we rneumutism ::: tine. :$.!.75a'tar.
Capt James Cribbett has a five acre know b: Gaiterville. Orange Heights. but I get more relief lUllard'sSaow

orange trove at Martel that was not There will be at the Cleveland'illtams, who has been Liniment than any medicine oranything Cash : !
preaching employed at J. B. Maloy's mill, near I have ever tried. Enclosed g Must.ccumpany all Ur..kr ,
touched by frost the past winter, and Cedar Grove church on the first Sunday : ,I find postolnVe order for il ml.I :Send
Anthony, was visiting his parents I
most of them are full of llocim and in April; quarterly meeting on me a large bottle by :Southern Ex- | Address
here last week. ." : THE OCALA BAN n. M ...
young oranges. the Friday and Saturday before. Rev.B. pre::) Sold by Auti-Mouopoly Drug I
Masters Pt'rcyand Lewis Howell of btore-: '
There will be an uuuaual" large crop T. Rape the pastor will be in m 5 CUT OUT THIS COUPON FlU IN AND MAIL TO THI liUhtHr :1
Orange: Heights are visiting their -- -
of LaCout pears this year, there being charge, and everbody is invited to be '- .. t .. . ..t... ...".. S. .
grandfather, F. Lang: ot Dexter. DR. ALEXANDER'SCHILL
,, BLISHKR OCAI.' Ss NNKR .
no indication: of blight to blast the present. g
Mrs. H. C. Martin is iek. She:; -A .
Wonder what little quite .
fellow ..
fruit. Dad to r Endowed ii.i.t Duller aat"l s. ::
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take something he didn't want Monday is being treated by Dr. D. A. Smithof TONIC .
Drysht! N. flare one of the progressive I :: p for which KU>! mt. The Weekly guises MIl!':..: .
-the raio. I
McCoy Cor. T.U.All r "
farmers of Cotton Plant, has ---- -. Anthony.-Ft. --.-- A posiliTCt permanent, and sate vise for Malaria I =_= 1' .. OM rer r pas ...." ..' ..r:s
It Saved His l' _
planted most of his corn crop, transplanted Leg. Aboard for Blitchton. Chill and Fe *r. Contains no V' '". The beat : '
F. A. Dansworth, of LaGrange, Tonic, Anti-Periodic, Appetizer, aud Strengthen :: 1' in the Banner .
eight acres of tomatoes: and is ia.. suffered for six mouths", with a. On the 5th Sunday in this month- for pale,elcklr females guJ chiMren knows. :-:: 'J"? .

making things hum geuerrally. March iJth-the northern division of Brings tbe glow to faded cheek ; !nuke weak f Name
I frightful running sore on his leg; but children lit aad hearty. .r-
A. P. Brewer and wife of Saginaw, i writes that Buckliu's Arnica Salve the Sunday School Convention will beheld Tablet form; tasteless: easy to take. :r: .., P. O II'w. :;: ,

Michigan, were the guests of H. W. wholly cured it in five days. For with the Blitchton Baptist PrICl; 50 eta. Trial Sizt, K cts. -_- 4 sate .

Long and family the past week, and ulcers, wounds, piles, iU the b<"*>t salvein Church at which time_Rev. Mr. Warn- Dr.Alczaoder'a Liver Regulator! cures Bilious- :-: l' Date ....
new,Torpid I.iycr, r
the ConUijwUoa,Sick Headache IjIIJ
world. Cure 4
guaranteed. Only boldt will delight all who -
inspected valuable timber lands attend
by
own- Frit t! CoU. Fir k 4b1 J
Nee ) #ttAttAEOAt.Mtttttftttt ....
25cts. Sold by Anti-Monoply Drug 1 one of hU perless sermons. All == +ll4+eaolMa :iUUUJUUU1UUlUlUj"IUmiUlU
ed by him in Cotton
Plant. He and Store and
I : Tydings Co.
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:I VOL. AXXVI, NO. 35. OCALA FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 2('. 1903. nOLLAR
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A Colony May Locate in Marlon I II Mrs. Zewadski's Tu.

THE OLD RELIABLE County.A. I, One of the largest and more delightful 'i i i

T. Smith and hU sou Charles ) church teas:: ever given in Ocala

Smith (J l( rril'u.lJy"a., wealthy i Wis the one :yesterday afternoon: at

farmers and real estate dealer, are II which Mrs. W. K. Zewad entertained -
H. B.
3o.ati MASTERS'I
; t guests of the Montezuma hotel and I fur the benefit of the Meihodiat :I

have been here fur several days. I church

J 1 These gentlemen are looking for a I Mrs.ewadski, who is a charatiLgho&tets :

locationand are eo WE-II! pleased with I was a.Uted iu receiving the
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Ocala I and its surroundings that whom
they >\ many guest among were a .POPULAR DEPARTMENT STORE.

have purchased the residence of J. .I goodly sprinkle of gentlemen, by I .

istarrbternberger iti this city and in Mrs. B. J. Potter Mrs. A. R. Colborn

company with Mr. Steruberger have 'I' and M rs. jfallory Liddon.In .

visited several localities and are the dining room which was

I very much pleased with what they most daintily decorated in fern*, OCALA

have seen.The sherbert and cake was served to the

s1 u 7'i..+r fuel that they hare already purchased visitors by a bevy of Ocal ,'s charming

AbsolutsPure! a residence is an earnest evi- I I young ladies Misses due Barco, ,I

deuce that they are well pleaded Maxie Bullock Florrie Crook Valeta
THERE IS i m SUBSTITUTE I
J Vs- themselve*and: mea business.Mr.Sternbergersays Potter Mona Hiller aud Etta Chace.

_. that they are AK each one entered the dining
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MoTTu: TillS }'APJWILL: NOT very substantial! and influential citizens room: a souvenir was pinned on them I Our Success

FAWN AT THE FEET OK THE MAN WHO at their home, and will them- by Makers: Clarence and Olof Ze-

HAS SCl>l>KM
REACHED Tin TOP OF THE HILL; NOK large wale, and kielievte! that they will III the parlor delightful music and In Dress Goods that
WILL IT KICK THK MAX: WHO ISOOINO: I I always selecting pleased
induce a uumter, of their neighbors to recitations were rendered all during
DOWN IT.
n__ ___ follow their example. They indeed the afternoon. Each number was a I
the ladies of Ocala and
hope' to locate a colony in our county. treat und the entire Jrtgranl'Ii.! surrounding communities -
SASA SLIZAE2T2: : HAS1I5. Local Editor
The consideration for the Stern- thoroughly f'Uj.I'l"t:. I(I f

I HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. bergir i'>"perty was 2WForcible I Miss Minnie Gam,,")'. Mrs.: A. B. in the past has encouraged us to

II I CVlnoru of Michigan: City Indiana,
Facts.

I! and Mrs. Edward I Holder are One-sisth of tile deal hl from clio t'n,eIre Miss Maude Johnson of Chicago even outdo ourselves this season in the purchase
, Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, Miss (:ieonna
I in the city.Charlie due to ,'oDsul1IIi.'n.iDt't\ : )-
Smith and Mr. W. U. Dale snug aud
----- tight perceut.ofall ihoi-e who Lave of Spring and Summer l Fabrics of the
Martin came down from Misses Eloy e Izlar and Hflu J.
used! Pieree'sUoldeu Medical Ihsi'ov-
Hines Wednesday night for short Marreit, of Ianville,1 Ky., recited.
ery for weak lungs! ," have been perfeotly -
visit. and permantly cnr..d.lrul'liui Mrs. Zewadski's test was a big success very latest designs and patterns. As nothingis

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-' both financially and socially.

Fred King of Gainesville and Co.McCawly., 1'1!., had(if in Leechbury all t'ilht'out', lustrous hemorrhages. Circuit Cburt Matters. too good for our patrons, our buyer sparedno
I Macon i is in the city c- l1iug on our Every one seems to he amazed at
: He says: "My doctor did all
merchants.Col.
he could for me but could not stop the the very small amount of business pains in scouring the eastern markets
before the present term of the circuit
!. J. M. Desltochereof Jacksonville hemorrhages, and ail pave tne up to

has been spending the past few die with consumption." What doctors court.
dy in Ocala. could not do "Golden MedicalDiscovery" g The court convened Tuesday morning search of the very latest styles and fashions inLadies'
did. It the hemorrhages
stopped ,
and one civil 1 case was tried that
Miss Annie Davis! returned Wednesday and cured their cl\u"e. This
afternoon involving thesuui of 24t1. Sumiper Dress Goods. As resultour
from a short visit to :\[Nathan: is one case out of thousand Iu\'t' ti-! \ a
Wednesday morning the petit
pate the f.cts. I
at Suinmertield.
Mayo
Free. Dr. 1'ieree's great work The .. jury was discharged for the week. I shelves and
I display counters now teem
Dr. J. E. Chace has purchased the People's Common Srn ie Medical Adviser There were about tour other cases

residence Fort King/; avenue now is sent free ou receipt of stamps ou the civil side of the docket but
to paw cost of mailing tlnl). Send: 21 with the choicest creations of and domestic
occupied by X. 1. iottlieb., one-cent stamps for paper covered even these! had been pending severaljears. foreign
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book tlr 31 stamps for i-loili binding.Address .
Miss Julia Majo( U visiting her
Dr. II. V. Pf-rce, Buffalo. N. '1 he criminal 1 docket will he takeu looms.
brother and sister, Mr.( and Mr. I
Y. up next week and it is not believed :
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:Nathan :Mayo at !SulUlll rl cld.
Married
WednesdayJ. that it will be very large.
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Mrs. F. T. Schriebcr very pleanautly: Alvw Jon 1u and Mi.v ;Mattie ahem it remembered that Marion

entertained he Married Ladies' Alice IIIIYlle were untied in marriage i county is one of the largest and most

Whist club Wednesday af rjoon.MM at 10SO oVUxk Wulutfrday at important iu the circui', and the

--- -- -- thrhvnieuf the bnd in this city. small number of cases on the docket l. Our FailureTo
I! Gertrude IVreda went tiTampa
Tne ceremony was |w.-formed by Rev.I {'itIJt.r'i1 or criminal it will at
Wednesday to visit her aunt,
M: H-tnuah, of Ihe Christian once occur to the moat rasual) observer
Mrs. 11. H. liurco for a few dal s.
(church iu the presence of a feuinvi- that there absolutely no
necessityfor inform
Elmer E. Cline, until recently manager ted frimds. the creation of a new circuit. early our many friends and patronsof

o! the Ocala Foundry and Machine I ,
The bride w..rt'a navy blue traveling -----

Works, now of Aubumdile, i i" g.\\'u with hat 10 mitcb and I Bob Celebrated His Freedom. the arrival of these goods might almost be
Hob Jones colored, was yesterday
in tht'I\ aUt'u.iincourl.
) /; carried a Uiuqtiet of bride's soes.Mr. .
I released by the grand jury from a
and Mr. Jordan left at once for termed "criminal therefore
A little daughter was born early charge of stealing whiskey from theeabt'ard negligence, we
Chicago where they will spend a
:Sunday: morning to Mrs. John Air Line railroad: some time

Brown, of Pauiia&otlkte.at the residence mouth OoaU., after which they will residein l1 O.o sooner had he gained his; take this method of telling them that they are

of Mrs.[ Hue Richardson in this I II freedom than beset out to celebratethe
I The bride has lived in this city
city. occasion by getting gli.riously here and for
since early girlhood. She graduatedat now ready inspection. Come in
Mrs. Irene Brewer, of lrouon, drunk, in which he succeeded admirably
the Ocala l High School;; in the class
spout( Wednesday iu Ocala, the guestof judging from the reception he
of "JS, biuce which time the has and inspect our line of Wash Goods whichwe
her cousin, Mrs. E. M. Howard. gave the officers when they arrested
taught iu the public schools of the
Hue left iu the afternoon fur a visit to him last evening.

relatives at Crystal: liiver. county.Mr.. Jordan. is a salesman for the Bob is now celebrating his release can confidently say i is the most complete

from the county authorities in silence
Mrs. i h Cable Piano at Jacksonvilleand
E. W. Kraybill.ot Chicago Company!
all i the guest of the city. He will be that has
here on a visit to her lIU" Maul, E. W. has made his headquarters in ever been brought to this portion of
tried this morning by Acting Mayor
Kraytull. tike nurseryman. She will Ocala! for some time past.:

remain uutil the middle of April, We extend congratulations and Edwards He also on tried fttuD.to. and play D.the" charge.Sam- I the State. We take special pains in filling

when he will visit friends in Washington .best wi-hes to the happy couple.
son act by carrying* away the city
I, I. and other eastern cities before
returning home. -------- --- (Jail) gates J. but the officers happened mail orders for our out-of town customers.Ask .

on the scene a little too soon.

The St. Denis hotel i is undergoing All HumorsAre Verily the way of the transgressor to see our Real Lace Embroideries, Etc fITS

4I many improvements and when the is hatd.
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I oneof the hotels iu Florida liver, kidneys and other organs can
prettiest The above will be the subject of
not take care of without help, there is OUR'PLEASURE TO SHOW GOODS j.
of j.i
end under the able management Bev. I.. B. AVarren's lecture which be j.i
I such an accumulation of them. i
Mrs. Hagtrty i is bound to become will deliver in the Jewish Synagoguenext !
They litter the whole system.Pimples r i
1 popular.' afternoon. 1
I boils, eczema and other Sunday i

J. J. Kilgore, of Newlu-rry, B. e., eruption., loss of appetite, that tired Everybody cordially invited. t
feeling bilious turn, fits of indigestion -- ----
who has been visiting friends and Plymouth Rock Eggs For Sale.
dull headaches and many other H. B. MASTERS j
relatives for some time at Cleartsaterharbor troubled are due to them. Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth

on his return home stopped' Rock eggs for sale at $1 per dozen.Also .

.I ..' over in Ocala Tuesday and Wednesday Hood's Sarsaparillaand Creole Onion Plants at 25 cents 1

.. the guest of Mrs. F. It. Gary. Pills per hundred. S. L. Bitting, Ocala,

,, Mr. Thoman, of Laming, Midi., Fla. 320dw .POPULAR DEPARTMENT
,, Remote all Immora, overcome aH ---- STORE" I

,,. ,*ft.s a pleasant caller at this ofllceyesterday. their effects, strengthen' tone and Dissolution of CoPartnership.Notice .

.. Mr. Thoruau I is a wealthymiller invigorate; tho whole ysUm. i ihereby given that the
.. and is jaunt to co-partnership heretofore existing; ,
.. ( on a pleasure "I bat salt rheum on my hands o that I between J. M. Liddcil aud E. E il
. Florida. He has a launch ou the eoutd not work I took BeoJ'i iuasrariUaan. Bogart under the firm name of Liddcll
tI.. East ft drove oat the homo I continued and Bogart, has been dissolved by OCALA1" I
Coast and has had a delightful"outing.
... tt* n6 till the acres llMrctued." MB*. mutual consent. The business will
.. ." lie is a friend of Dr. Lisk IBA O. Bttowv, Rtmiord FaUs, Ue. be continued by J. M. Liddell and SOD .

.! I and the two gentlemen called at this Hood's S&r* parlIIa promises to J.E.M.E. BO LIDDELL
. oftlce together. cur. and ks.ps the proml.. Santos, March 19, latl3.

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I You know what are tlking.
CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION. | A Big Industry for t lorida.Ir. I A Swell Dinner. FORGERS VICTIMIZE BANKS. you Grxe'Chill T..tt'It" I I"I..u I: BENCH'SWATERMELON
rake "
George C. Stevens, oftheOcalaand Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Patterson sent -- \\ you
I &ire Now Being Hunted by Employes Toniil l b-iauthfi'muU i* .GENUINE[ I [ RATTlESNAKE( L.
iuvatatiou to
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s' First Day's Proceedings-Very Little Blue River Phosphate out the following Armed With Winchesters. plainly: "pouted WI .- \ rv i..>nlf liow- .

company, but now of the Stevens number of friends on Tuesday. Sallda, Colo, March .The emplojes lug that it it MiiiplI"" t ." +''d Quinine SEED
Tried.
Civil Business-One Case
Manufacturing company and Stevens "Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Patterson request of the First national bank and tnl 4 ta"'t'h:1" N" Pay

Tin* spring term of the circuit court of at the Sallda state banks of this city Price 50 cei.t-. 6nly PURE Strain I* the W.
Xodipharent company of New York, I the honor your company: armed with Winchesters are scouringthe convened Taesclay morning, Judge Hotel iatetarlr: <*:>_lr>l Kr .
: the Palm $ i
dinner at Royal ,
City, was a victor to Oeala Mondayand country around Salida! for two men brat, N',orhrtt.nMre., ,r '
W. K Bullock presiding Sjtl L. Car went to Leesburg in the afternoon I Wednesday evening;, March the who successfully victimized the banks :NOU acres. I'Iaro11.. ...... M .,,.aunrtlea
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band and by means of forged checks, :;securing arcII'
frtate'i
ter
attorney, was on ,
o'clock '
to complete arrangements for eleventh, at seven ; to meet : $5.300 in cash. Two checks for $.,('Mo<) i* .t.: |..... ,
acted clerk to
\V. W. Clyatt a* owing/{
.: the sale of a large Kaolin company, :MissCoIcIough: and Miss Baukuight. and $1.200 bearing the names and endorsements f nl ( r r t \tinaj' .
the inability of Clerk: Sibtrunk to be II'" : < k' m '.
laid. of business
local mentre
There
which he organized several years ago. were eighteen covers 'Il" r !'rr
in attendance. presented to the 'banks and on teU ''
Mr. Stevens that his The dinner wis served in oue of the
ays company t M. I. BRANCH
phonic identification were jn/;1. It r
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The venire was called and the following has purchased twenty three acres! of I private dinin. rooms and the room develops that a confederate of the I! 'f EXPRESS Columbia CHA.M. terse'", k
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named were .selected as grand land at Jacksonville on the .St. John's and tables were el-iborattly decoratedwith man who presented the checks at the Z "PREPAD6QfS! ,
11 I banks had answered the calls on the '
r jurors): river and expects to erect a large factory palms, cut lowers and potted
telephone. When the deceit was discovered -
J. D. Prier, J. IJ. fappleiuan, I1. A. of twenty three articles\ of antiseptic plants. The dinner was one of these a posse of citizens and bank $$1 G1S. Hacker& Son

Snot, V V. Stewman, J. 0. t Hpurlin, and gt'rmiciJesoap3, toilet articles swell affairs which are only tuned clerks headed by the cashiers of th: I ,
t two banks, heavily armed and! mounted -
J. T. Cohen, S. H. fJaiMull, II. It.Aguew and high grade enamels and art out from the kitchen of the Royal ;
started in pursuit of the guilt IIH'nand !
II. F. Long, Ben Itheinauer, made precious s-toues. Palm. The dinner wa followed by later returned with two nun win! >

J. I). Matchttl, P.. L. CI.rhurn10.. :Mr. Stevens tays that these precious dancing until 11 o'clock. The eveningwas gave their names 04 Memlcnhail l and l

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Steven, Z. C. Chmnblhw, A 11. Mock and that every stone, except the clough and :Miss Btuknightaretaoof leased. McFartond being held as an .12 Q '

and T. L. Sherouae. diamond, will be imatated &o per- Gainesville's most prominent society accomplice! Search is being made 'I

Mr. Gdit.ikill was elected foremanand fectly that an expert would be unableto ladies, and are visiting i Mr. and Mrs. for two men who have 'boon in Salvia .$.94 'bo >
for a week or more and madthe i I, 4- --..
J. ft. Spurlin clerk of the grand detect them from the genuine stoneif Patterson.Miami\ Cor. in Times pace! of business of one of the men .., i\-.-.n-

jury. J. Williams way sworn in as the same were placed together. He Union. whose named was forge their head j i
quarters. CH iS. E. BLUM & COMPANY ..OYaa
builifl. says he was: offered $1,000,000) for his Mrs. Patterson was formerly Miss I ,

After the judge had made the usual trade marks etc a of Jessie Barco, of this city. I
patents, ; quarter NEW MILITARY COMPANY.
..IT I and -,,. \.V. |If li> M. i lt\, ., ,
charge to the grand jury they retiredto
million for the in Xew
patent right Have You Helped Will You Help? IlraeraU.h. IIlIn.. ,..........

their headquarters in the Gary England alone and he refused!! to !, The time is not far oil "when there City Light Columbus Guards ,Mustered Ga. In at Jacksonville, fa.! lUll' UulhllHIi ,....lfOrMl.11ulu ,

block. :Mr. Stevens! believes that it will t'Il'j Will be another State Convention held Columbus. Ga.. March 16.-The City j \'" \t l'.urt \ t .I.. ..

Thepl'litjury is combed of J. J. into colossal Light Guards Columbus' new military A-:;J i t 'ail'!
velop as a concern in Florida. This time it will be at --- --
XoouIa] } I'ritchett, Oeo. Pasteur, the Standard Oil Company. company, was mustered into the Geor- j Purl'huPk' ?ur' July Lt t, I .;
Ocala which is as central a place as gia state troops last night by ColonelW.
A. IX Mitchell, J. I). Kas!!ett, W. E. -- --- Guaranty- 'upton'f I'80ld
Danger of Colds and Grip. could be chosen and it is hoptd that G, Obear. assistant adjutant general I South and 1'1. r.OffllK .,'
Six, W. Jellord-:-, John U. Martin, as company G. Fourth regiment ... .
The greatest danger from colds and the attendance will be the largest in I II ,I I 'e1.
The company numbers 35 members
E. L. Frey-rmouth, P. J. Teacher and
grip is their resulting in pneumonia years, and there seems to be no reason I to begin with and! as an active ::': Rememberi 1ZUr'.ntes .,,, .
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Geo. G. Vathens.There I't'1
if reasonable care is used, howevt-f, why this should not be. I vass is being made for new : q
were only five cases ou the and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is It is probable that the membership ;[ : :
Ocala may be relied on to give the .1 I Ii
civil doektt. One (
and motions were tnad in two Among the tens of thousands who Ludeavorers of the state a hearty wel- of the company are Captan. John I Imge'l. i V\TE: CAN ",.11!1 \ oU Hi. by Mall
have used this; remedy for these diseases come and will do all in their power to first lieutenant Louis Henes, Education
others which will be b-ard'thh morn second! lieutenant. Harry Bruce.
we haw yet to learn of a tangle l make the convention a success, but we I Mnall.r artirk- >r a
ing. Military conditions in Columbus are ...
ease having resulted in pneumonia, all have a part to do to gain the most more satisfactory than in a number carload of tiling _h'. "...t, a.w.r .. .
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In the afternoon the replevin suit of which;:>ho\9conclusively that it is a of years. The Columbus Guards tookin I ,, -" "" .
success, poss.ble. .
J. Itosenheim: & Company against J.L.11'ell certain preventative of that danger. five new members at their meeti&x I taming to Hardware. I Iron r. I 4 t |UU. f-... f.
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One thing that is certain to be
ous disease. It will cure a cold or an Tuesday
night That Is
+ & C'ompiuy! went to trial before company "
a jury. R. MiConathy and "". attack of the grip ia less time) thai needed to some extent at least is thinking of accompanying the veterans Pipe, Nail, Powder! I iKn.i I lie/ VEN dtitl V.f' l 11

any other treatment. It is'ipluawiut' money, and as will be seen by the report of Camp Beating to the confederate mite, Lime (...11..111. St.iTWEXTYFIVK \ t-,.
W. Hampton represented; the plain- reunion at New Orleans. I
and safe to;take. For sale by AntiMonopoly -
of the treasurer this i issue, thereis .
till' and W. K. ZewadsKi; the defend Drug Store. Both companies here will attend the ; s
not much in the treasury. Onlya state encampment, which they hope CARLOADS .,
ants. The jury rendered a decision in ..
Another Pleasant Musical. comparatively few of the Societies will be held at Chickamauga and both t tl
favor of the plaintiffs. Bill probably go to the Albany chaa- IN OTK
Last Dr. and L. Iziar have contributed anything in the past
night Mrs. A. tauqua.

: So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste! were the host and hostess of the year to the state work. If yours is WAREHOUSESGainesville. FL'NERAI.DIRtiCTOHS.l I I.

one of the societies that have failed in Cotton Ginning Report Delayed.
Mr?. ('. IVtersou. 6 5 Like til., second charming musical that has Washington March 17.-Olng te I

Topeka, Kan., speaking of Ballaid's been in Ocala this respect: can you not see to it that .
the
given recently.Quite I floods In the suuth the census bus

Horehound :Syrup: says: "It hasnever a number of their friends, i some contribution is sent in without .aau has postponed) from today until BAIRD! HARDWARE! [ CO. : .
It.Y .'Oii i failed to give entire satNfecliou &pnl 1. the issuance of final return .
of
cfcf? t.wrgM.i 'a-Ie" <
and of all cough remedies!, it is myfavorite musical and otherwise, were presentand delay.Eustis Like Region. on the cotton ginning operations fOIl Florida. I I '..".......1.S..ablllMhtc.-.....

and I must confers to my the evening was thoroughly Before the Court for Disturbing : O i. --- > t* D'*h'rFACTS

many friends that it will do, and enjoyed. Public School.
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has done what is chimed for it-to Vocal solos by :\IiSie3Iaude! I A case was tried before Judge

peedly cure a cough or cold ; and it is
Johnston Lena Bullock, Mrs. M. C. Robert Bullock which consumed the
so sweet: so "pleasing in taste.: 2oe,
Loouey, Messrs W. 51. Dale, C. L. greater part of Monday about which
50 and Jl.W bottles at The Anti-Mo- ARE NOT FUTILHt I I
Anderson and A. E. Gerig were beautiful considerable interest was manifestedand
nopoly. ___ _____ In
while Miss Eloyselzlar delighted a large number from the Sparr

Reading Club. all with her violin playing. Miss neighborhood were in attendance.It L:.:/J(>( tll/ '/ the!! /cod fo life ,,'f1Ci1ln/ tou'tt ill .1"111

An unnusually well attended meeting Gertie }'t' and Mr. C. V. Miller

of the Ocala Reading Clu'j was rendered 'St'f instrumental solos and seems of the that white at (school the closing disturbance eiercNes pocket. Sec ichat f lnnc I o offer ./"1tut! In- fully t''HI"I ;"' ''''/'

held yesterday with Misses Sara and Messrs. Kay Alworth and Albert
was created by some young men and

Violet Harris and the afternoon was Gerig performed on their cornets to the trustees swore out warrants against

most pleasantly devoted to the studyof the delight of their h arerl. three young men named CiviLs, Hall,

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. All Delicious) refreshments were served I and Madden.It have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-tu-daw lift of ;

except two members of the club were
and altogether the evening was avery
was a jury trial and the first two
present and eit.-h one read a short happy one and all present voted Goods Grooerit's -
were convicted and fined !-> and costa Dry and .
selection from some of Mrs. Brown- Dr. and Mrs. Iziar most charming each and the latter was dismissed.

ings' poems. Her( life and works entertainers.__ ___ _u_ lion W. K. Zewadski, representedthe which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding count i .* at ttir
were discussed generally and Miss
Sunday at the Methodist Church.At trustees!! and Hon. Raymond Bullock most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. 1 realize that tilt ,fay \..
Lilla Brumby rt'lI.llli short and enjoyable
appeared for the defendants.Bank .
the Sunday School the followingwere : here when must have value for dollars and I .
magazine: sketch of the life of the ----- you your am prepared to JM you

Browning's in Florence.A elected delegates to the State Failure at Jacksonville. this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Gnnvru-s that will

very interesting paper" on the Methodist Sunday School Institute to News was received in this city
in Park Methodist supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATION'S. "'tl' _Eli.
convene Hyde
"Political! Conditions of Italy in this Monday of the failure of the First .

Period", w';>s prepared by Mrs. F.: A. Church, Tampa March 22; Mrs.V.. National Bank at Jacksonville. Its!! HATS, CLOTHIXG for men and boys is complete and full. The price .!1. ijl t.

Teague, w h I wa.- unable to be present. H. Clark Mrs.! W. W. Clayatt, Mrs.B. door were closed Monday morningat made to suit you. We are here to sell jjoods: and they ahall Jw Kold! w \lit

The article was read by Miss Minnie H. Seymour and Mrs. W. C. Ball 9 o'clock by order of the comptroller -

Oamtby, PI, -sidentof the the club. The pastor preached able sermons of the treasury.The .

CUrtt"lI"E'uls! were also discussed both morning and evening, his morning causes for its failure were not

2 by nil oft:.,' members. tbeme being "Christ and Zac- assigned.

The into ng of the club next week cheus' and the evening theme. the This was the oldest bank in Jacksonville

will be \\. .. Miss Emily Ford. first psalm showing the different state it having been established in

.. of the Godly and Ungodly. 1S71. Mr. James M. tihuinaher cwas

Working Overtime There was no Epworth League in president andIr.. R. C. Cooley,
Eight h, laws are ignored by those
the afternoon, owing to the inclement cashier.
tireless, n de workers-Dr. King's -- --- :

New Life I'.Us Millions are always at weather. The Orange Bloom

work, nit l'I.' and day, curing Indigestion Church Conference was held at close Mr. F. G. Sampson, of Boardman

fiillxti.sueiis, Constipation, Sick of the morning sermon and a com- i writes: "We are getting afair bloom 10
Headarh :unl all Stomach, Liver and
revise the
mittee was appointed to and buds to look little
our begin a -
I f'C -
IlowelIn' Sea Easy, pleasant, safe
sure. 0 -5f at Anti-Monopoly church roll.According. I like a tree once more. If we get a good

Drug Stl, LOci TJtlings & Co. druggist to announcement Sunday season think we shall push 10.0UO

*. the pulpit will be occupied next boxes pretty close. ,,; c3..rarGns

of Sunday by Rev. J. P. Ililburu agt. of Mr. J. .
Daughters the Confederacy. A. Harris, of Panosofikee,
the Fla. Seminary of Sutherland, in .
Frith) .ntmoonIrs.. G. M. writes:

Ilttbbart vv. ry pleafciutly entertained the evening. "1Ve have a thousand blooms this
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the, Daug!.'rs of the Confederacy at Meeting of the Hoo Hoo. year where we only bad one last year.
Once more we want to call attention to our Cofftv. It .. I
d
their .1 Llr meeting. Outlook is, your our *
rfg monthly The There will be a concatenation of the very promising indeed.

attendai.' was quite large. After Order of Hoo Hoo in Ocala on March --- - -- different beans, and is in great and growing demand. Thvrv l.,>-! liu'
Lets see. What's the matter with

the usuj.i t usiuess had been trausactedsoruc iS. the big judge in ,Jacksonville: In the for the money anywhere. We make a :.pt't.- alt) of pure tint (off. "i *& .
; ; ie was spent in social con- The delegates will be received in
recent court reports we find the fol- and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality atiU .L'a
versatiot. :..id deholous ice cream and the Masonic Temple, and about fifteen 411,11

cake w*.. -.'rveJ by the hoitess assis will be initiated into the mysteries of owing items, viz: George Seymour::; prices reliable goods and prompt servil'l 'attral't trade, and we hold it. u) II''+ ,
Y drunk, discharged. Fanny Gamble,
tedby MiK., L. Carne)'. In the the ord r. -
drunk, fined $o and costs. Is a drunk:
absence ...fIrs.. Gary Mrs. Blake It io believed that a large delegationwill
the perogative of men only in the metropolis .
Ire hll..t. be present.Mr. ?. I extend to :you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters .h n >'OU

The ni t meeting of the Daughters W. T. Wheeler will be master of
come to Ocala. We are always glad to see and shake hand. Irk for
will he \\,11 Mrs. Carney.If ceremonies and parties interested in Iexico does not seem to be suffering you your :

this meeting which promises to be an much from the silver standard. Her
itV a'- tious attack take Chuiber-
Iain's 8u.u.ach and Liver Tablets anda interesting one, if they will commun- five per cent bonds are above par in S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

quick r" overy is certain. For sale icate with him, will receive full ins London and Sew York.GonzalesTex. ,

r by Anti-Monopoly! Drug Store. m formation. ( .) Inquirer.

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Over-\ ork Weakens CON'T LIKE MONROE DOCTRINE. -' -
think he was on the couch. ALL FLOOD RECORDS NOTICE
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he was killed was he lyiug
South American Declares that United In the Circuit Court ot the Mxlh lurtical Cwosslof
the couch in the position in which the Mate of Florida m and for the
found the holy?" HAVE BEEN BROKEN 1 South American Declares thai United County of Paico. to Chancei).
; States U Now Distrust
from the location of the LJ'is r.ostrtnert3n -4 ..iweakest The St. Petersburg State Dank.a Cos-poeMi.t-
New York, March 17.-The Herald, Trustee, vs. The Globe Phosphate Miateg
All u9 he have tirk. .A frtiIzrt
must been lyIng In and
according to Chile. dis- Manufacturing Company. Cttran
Valparaiso..
your other position at the tlm he was delicien; in ? County. Honda. tS A.. A OarBofls--
." Levees Reported Holding Unexpectedly patch to The Herald, publishes a remarkable lion ct. ai.-Btll for Foreclosure

article about the :Monroe doc. POTASi4/ AND BV V.RTCH OF A DKCMft
(UNDER
"
\ John W. Holmiund de Well .ure and sale rendered kfinr
t the scenes in Aie den and re trine, in which it says: honorable 1B Mrall. judge of the *'\'-
"South America ought W quietly notify i| entitled court in chancery sitting am th.-
the conversation ha had with .l'>th day of
A. D. t.
ebruary,
I.4. i
ENGINEERS ARE GAINING HOPE- ; the United States that she -Joes ;, ".certain
of enupending the.Jci
the III c'tirrrxn
maids. He found sojie Ii I
t not seek the Monroe doctrine-V piot.ec w the M. Petersburg wai* Buk.ii u-r,
and a revolver in Burdlok's coat. '' ;'.iri-on a. Trustee complainant, .m! theK
witness had a talk with Dr. Mar Short Cessation of Rain on Lower Mississippi !, tion hut her own. She ought also I is just as dangerous as a <;: \ Pho-phate Mining ant MajrafeaumiK
J to notify Europe thus: chain with a ua< ked iuk.; I C Mijut'tC'tru: County.. Klori.la, I* s A n
I .
The doctor, he said, gave him Tends to Solidify Levees- ] .. 1 .' :i'vr.ition, ct al., air ilcfcndanu I matins \*
impression that he 'We cannot decorously ('o.tiuutto : Mnens... :as Vaster in Chanceiy will! *,'. kth -
wanted the
People Are Much Encouraged-The ; be regarded as Turks. That i i& to -awe > -eand. bot bidder lor cish u:. thi MM
kept ouiet. He did not want M ,.! .\ in Arni. A D.. 1905. the ...m. Umj,
affair made any more public than Highest Water Ever Known. ![, are not outside the inteuauuLi.mt .:. I -.Mth day ol said month within tt.r < nai'
I practiced by the greater i p' ><.\ <- : uuf .saJe ln trout 0| the COlor hviisr ,1 i n:
hit : necessary. i'..de CIty in the of
County I'ascu mid s-ju o!
:Memphis Tenn.. March 17.-The I: among themselves.' 1wa.. the
described!
following i\
tr.
v; it.pi |\oti
.- crucial test ct the great levees; along I i The writer ends by saying: ""Para 1 tv-WIt.
e Work of Reformation Begins. .\:1:1 thc .e certain I 11,1.. pieces pert< '.- 11 1'-
the )I.diillppi river is at hand and I i I mount above everything is our pci Ma-
being in ''i. > > .nU
PHe:. lmrg. March[ 11>.
h : -A com it they withstand the pressure of the to place ourselves in a worthy pos'turn! t Mate of Flotilla and k-cnbcd: a_ i '.- .w-
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ivn under the presidency! of Min! bi \ t.puUnaIoa The northeast quarter of the !MHitbeas! < iuitioi -
tI )
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.. rushing
: immense volume of water now before the world. South Am.-ru-a I section two. the southeast quartet "i tiu

b-.t ; of the Interior Von Plebme has southward the mot sanguine predictions ought to renounce the invisible! bond- tH northwest quarter ui section twelve north .,..'
all:: : aJy commenced work on formulat ol the northeast quarter of section tbutrrii
veri "
be
of the governors will fits of the so-called doctrine. H northeast quarter ot the MMltheatt qBarb i '
r.rtj a method for carrying! out the re- fied. The river gauge this: morning The correspondent adds that since section! thirteen all in township !sixteen mtUi
i if :
: in provincial administration ranee nineteen east: and the southeast sjoartrul -
ty marks 39.1.: a rise of six-tttiths since the Baltimore affair many Chilians distrust the northeast quarter of section tea,tovMto;
J in the
czar's recent dt} This is the -- -- seventeen !south nineteen. .
and 1 o'clock last evening. the: United States more than Eu range caii.AbOIhefollowing

highest stage of water ever known rope. tv.tO.I lq pried i8JOq 'IU Hrrnando County described Slate of land Florida BMaU, 10 WIt la

soon CALLEr UT AND SHOT. here ana the weather burea omcialspredict ojij UA\Olln l'ndruoJd aaa. oq.tt 'SJJIIi 'southeast quarter"of the northwem qnwler n4
1 the oor..th\\l'It quarter of the south*'e* UMtot .
wcn that 40 feet will be recorded BLOODY FIGHT IN HOSPITAL j -\TKssappni: aqi ua psaajsi; HIM BS tIpaJUd section twenty one, township twcMJ-tWfc

and: Leads: to Killing of Young before the crest or the flood will have I Jdun JO dj'>s siqj( je aD1JN[ aq.L :south range twenty

by : Farmer In Alabama. 65Eed. The high water wark of the Two Negroes Have Fight In Grady I 'miq .10" pjediiJ smooidj' )irng oa Also the County.follow-in state*described 01 Florid iamb, -wtoatc wd.. TIll isumtcr *

cent : : .am. Ala. March 1C-A spt great flood of 1897 was 37.3 feet. Hospital and One Is Cut. punoj pus OIZI Ul UJiO} iqJ 01 }!i.1. 11 south hall of the north..e t quarter of m..-.

c:;;. < to TIHtews from Montevallo. In north Memphis the flood situation Atlanta, :March 111-There wasa I' ptBd jao pq* 'Uqor .,aD! lO a3 .l HnmOJJ east twenty-eight quarter the of section southeast twenty-nine Quarter of the ana I aeiI1 thetiorthea.t .

free. that at an early hour this morn- ig assuming a serious phast. Hun cutting affray yesterday afternoon U t1p mona jndpau srtix! Ml quarter ol the southeast qnnrtar .:

out : Will 1.uiS: shot and killed John dreds of people are abandoning! their. I In which the man who was I! .1IoM. {JJIP aq; uj i
ci ar tha place. homes and every industry located i cut didn't have to go very far to get ruq saqa 1'1111'1 ..U.I'1l1 jo JI"nm 3'U to-wit Also the following described parcel of land

tit. k (' 3 and his brother. Tob Lucas, along Wolf river has closed down.' The I treated at the Grady hospital. apjs aaqjo aq} oj .'um laqj mq ac aPf BcRinmngat a stakeooe hundred and ist>

Payne had been dri-nking.! BO it is street car service In this part of the The bloody flght occurred right in -Sn.rjs put Ialat au 0\111 a rtnl.1 ';;p d11 five (,e )feet south from th* northcni boon t Urvimeolthe

in. the early pan of last night. city has been practically abandoned, the hospital and was between two jjaqj! raojj Saflrmotnsip owqi "pna pu&lasjoq of southwest section twenty-seven quarter ol the tomnth.8Uflh.1qU.trter ;.

the two brotbeis had gone hom and skiffs are being brought into requi negroes who help serve the meals. B o; XpoB n; dnenojaBA api 1lPptIVJ! south hundred, range and four 21 and cht. and being thi. -r

J a bitter quarrel with Payne. Af sition. Several railroads have been Clarence Florflceand Sank Ar. I aq noDaa aqj J6JaH 11MI'' teet west from the eight-tenth-easternoaiiJ< ',

midnight the Lucas brothers re by the encroaching -jo vmcaiJan: jeqiiatnos: pn? :;10Jn3! 11I line of the said southwest Uai' r .'I
seriously hampered acid had a row in the cook room. Florence northeast .
anJ .Called! Payne out of his waters and the Yazoo a.ndl1ssis.- struck Arnold with a broom handle -I qfnOJTn o o} \Uq 'ptlt'13ax ':::;" !atCV south. range quarter east.andijnnjtg section r; tuwn-h thrns.and fm':;

:;(', when Will Lucas: it :is stated. ippi Valley has annulled many of its and Arnold retaliated by slashing 18 lJ1111l! } aruoo-iq o} :;3nudav| srlus'aJ.tuOa3 !line one parallel huztdredaudthrj..en.I with the !said msteni! nnt i. u-i '.. .' t- .
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both barrels of a shotgun at schedules because of washouts south Florence across the arm with a big 'i"II"utI JJDb (1/35 91 Jeet thence and paialle with th ... ..
!, initially killing him. northern line .
boundary
Bush firtyfive I
Holly
of here. Reports from knife.
Lucas have Dees It Pay to Buy Cheap? thence north and parallel with .ai>t ra.ir-r
boys
been
not cap- 18 miles north Memphis, state that Flor.ence was severely cut and hospital boundary line one hundred and thirty !;"< .1
All the parties are related. nine-tenth ((135 "I\ feet thenc- we t and ,..'L. ,
: the levee is being ba'dly washed on top physicians had to take several A eheap .remedy for coughs and with said nonher-i bound iry lute IT; ,,ndsl

are prominent young farmers. of the swift current. Two hundred stitches in the wound. ) feet to the point or p acr of begin<"i'_
all but
cold is right you want something situated
m the of I ; I
County anvi.i
laborers are working to save the embankment Call Officers Tibbs and Dorsey Investigated Honda. ascu

TRIED TO KILL FAMILY. with only partial success. the affair. They found Florence that will relieve and cure the Atsothe following de.cntcd prrst: ( (
etty. situated at the of tb.101 I.. '..
mine !
Hundreds of sack of sand is being and served him with a cor>y of more severe and dangerous results of Mining and Manulactu-ing Ounvauat..: ,

No Fire Through Window, InJur. thrown about the levee, and the sheriff charges to appear before the recorder. Ingonthenorthqne-* .-.' !I.... .1
throat and lung troubles. What shall '
ing Five. ship is. south range ig east in itIu-.< init
of the county is impressing many Arnold had skipped out and! was not Florida. and described in the decree <r.
Ala., March 16.-Joe D. weak you do? Go to a warmer and more this
more negroes into service. The located. cause rendered an the rftli day ol l-rl.-i. x

a young white man, of New point is about 1.000 yards in length regular climate? Yes if possible: ; it 1907"'!to-wit the tools implement lre '. ii "t.- I'engines.

[ : ( Ala.. attenij/ted to exterminate and the water is running over the top PRESENTED DEADLY CHAMPAGNENew .butlers, hoists and iulhmeu ol t t" < -v
family near that place yester. uot possible! for you, then iu either kind and character.buildint cqiupnicnt* eitions ,.
of the levee. .. fixtures, rights of uay I"a." ... trrt-i- I,
Reports from Dyersburg Tenn., say York Theatrical Manager and case take the only remedy that has Contracts agreemcnU Ottmitf right- iu.n!'
had a difficulty with John stock cars. vehicles store f CL. i>to\i-u/it' an '
quf .. that immense damage has been Friends Have Narrow Escape. been introduced in all civilized countries supplies and al.o.n other p.-rMMl 1 pr>n>rfu < 1
a few days aoid
L ago determined in that section by the high even kind and character bevwipnB; iu the u
wrought New York, March 17.-Detectives In
with in and i
revenge. success severe throat! defendant corporation and cvwied by the si-
ht r water. Many of the planters in the New York and several members of a decreeAll
called at Winkle's home todaj safety lung troubles "llo-! cheelz} jerman of said hereto before dr ... ,
Mississippi: bottoms have fled for Chicago detective have been property "o; \
opened fire the agency being sold for the 11 .
window.upon family group i. to the hill, and their homes are being at work attempting to discover a mysterious :-Jyrup.: It not only heals and stimuates dee ana costs of tale purpose OfUI'YlnK e J
a Five
people were : washed away by the flood. They person who sent to John C. the tiesues to the CAKLOiW bTkE's....
distroy
,
including Winkle a baby and two i germ Matter ID i Ch.n '
say that the water Is higher than ever Fisher a well l known theatrical man Shakleford & Pettiogill,
Winkle's son was shot in i-t'llseLut allays inflammation and
.ii"I {
before. The season has been ro wet Solicitors tor
1 >> eye. ager of this city a quart bottle of Complaloant'j..

j : after the shooting Pow- that no farm work has been done in champagne charged with enongh hydrocyanic causes easy expectoration, gives a NOTICE. j

took a train for Texas. that section. acid amd strychnine to Ml good uight's rest: and cures the patient -

i I Several steam boats left here this instantly 100\ men. In the 1'nited Slates Circuit i",..rt I>,uIh, rt J
both north and Recommended many years by District ot Florida in Chanirrv
I i morning for points It was only by the merest chance that
j Man, Wife and Baby Drowned. !'I south to pick up refugees and their all druggists!! in the world. You csn 0. II. r.Ball, Complainant, rt trtt> II :>"'u
Mr. Fisher and three friends esc¬tdeath.
( Ala., March 16.-A spc. gent a al. defendanthit to Mirv.irIT !
1 ted to The News from Gadaden :i, belongings The bottle was opened and get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly APrEHUNi; TO THE COVET THAIthe I
says the contents into before Drug: Store. { defendants in laid cause, toratxi M I
poured glasses
Will Ferguson, wife and baby. Nash. Emily; Hart. Charles A Was* Or."ra<-
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J drowned in the back waters of i'1 New Orleans Not Endangered. it was noticed that It bad a.. peculiar S Nash.. -ran1r M Still MelhMU D K.sh
I New Orleans March 17.-The river look and smell. LJtotceto2tIt.I Francis Nash, Katherine Xash Mary. V ..Ca5
I Or ek. DeKalb county, last Margaret Muuey Frank N. ...... .....
to A heavy fall of rain here has been stationary since Saturday at taw of Hear S. Na>h. Henry H Heath $n.i
during
j |I: mornIng.. It registered 19.2 at 1 E. BIGGS. Robert A. Stewart a* Kxecator of Il*.rf II
CONDUCTED WITH ROYAL POMP. _
night caused the creek to overflow' Nash. J. T. Elliott; U H. btcken ..* KlAai-t i
: that time and the official government f
FerjrusoQ's house was flooded. In' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Croisdale. are not residents ortoaa4wHMk.
( '. reading was the same today. The absence the Southern; District of Florida. aad thai to
to make their Many Notable Persons Attend Funeralof Office in Block.
't"I escape the fami Carj-Agnew ) not practicable to !ser e on said detea Mrta a
a were drowned, their bodies being',I of a ri** is due in part to favor Prince Albert Kunlakea. OCALA. FLORIDA.pAJUOS subfiotna or order of this court 10..,.,. |...... _
which have accelerated answer or demur in Mid cause
able winds greatly ---- -- I
today Honolulu. March 17.-(By Pacific Ca I.. SISTRCNK, _It is ordered that the Mid ..........I.......
- the flow to the gulf. The floodIs ble.)-The funeral: of the late Prince '-' -M. Nash. Emily 0 Hart. Chatle A. ...... I
'; : NEWS BREVITIES. bf-lnt carried out with great rapidity. George S. Nash. Frank It: Ma**). atdkasttNash. a.-
i, Albert Kunlakea ATTORN EY-AT.LAW.
iI yesterday wa con- Francis Nash Kathenne Nnsh. Mary '.
r I Betteweather conditionshave ducted with royal pomp. Room, Masonic Buildinz, Oeala. F1a. 5 25 I Card. Margaret W Maucy." Frank M. W=
bll' pope yesterday received in au-1 I improved conditions generally heirsat law ol Henry S Nash Henry ft
100) ---- -- ----
hearse
The was drawn by
over .
and Robert A. M..rt as executors, *4 -."
several Americans, who pre-1 I allowing the temporary levees to hard men. and in the cortege- were many FDWIN SPE .;rR. S. Nash J. T. Elliott. W. E IMcken cUd ....
Jubilee gifts. en. The work of the levee boards A ard Crois>iae! do appear plead *_fill'"
j
prominent personages. Including the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW slur to the said bill in the abo\ eilltled_
It is alleged that Standard Oil men continues unabated, and men and material governor's staff and civil and military OK file l in the office of the clerk' ot said iuiI*l
.
OCALA. FLORIDA. in said
< planning to secure control of the I are abundant on the front. Sensational offcials. The remains were given 7-8-y Jacksonville district
t.) ing stories which have been sent -. On or bttnie thf :i.J du, ('/ ,,,l. AD. **"f. f
American cotton trade.
i military escort to the former D FULLER
a
Dr [ : ( Orleans' the effect n .:... and that this order be paMished one a v.nk f
New that
New Market. Ala., Joe Powers, | from I throne room in the capitol building. for six const-cuttle weeks the tannern .....
tad ) I the levees below Canal street had DENTIST. paper published in the oty ofUesk, VtotMn,
man. yesterday tried to ex- j where most impressive services were ana that in cane: aid dclendinU .
''. an entire family. :i broken and that the French quarterwas rendered. The prince was the last Over Munroe &Chant bliss Bank, Ocala, Fla. pear plead answer or denni .to.1Is .1

*a t two feet under water and that limited this court will entertain ,a
Dr of the Treasury Leslie JL .i representative of the Kamehamehas : M. ThOMPSON proceed to the bariar.nd sdjudknU*" MI t
the embankments below Baton Rouge J in the {'...1
irassed through Atlanta Friday dynasty and his death is deeply deplored cause and suit same maanrr as
th i defendants had been served with withi i
had gone. flooding 200 miles of ter PHYSICIAN AXD SCW5EOS. procra
his way to New Orleans. j by the native population. the Southern Distrid of Florida. !
I ritory and seriously endangering New Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Monteznma. Done and ordered this i; day of I-ebmart

me debate on the religious orders i i Orleans. are absolutely without found OCALA. FLA. A. D.. 190. .

I attracting great crowds to the : atlon. NEWS BREVITIES. JAJHte I.
or chamber of deputIes j New Orleans would not be menacedby (T J It. CHASE A true copy.AttcstE. I
Sir Thomas Lipton is planning to O. LOCKK
lag Young a conductor on the any break between the state capital DENTIST, Clerk. II i f

and Birmingham was killed :, and at any point above the city Start a bacon curing! establishment! to OCALA FI.A. f

Cordele Friday while on his! flrsl j jI
the i Lake Maurapas and Pontchartrain and The Macon Ga.. Sunday closing! ordinance i
I Department of the Interior, Land oAce *t i
wa_ F. Laughery, a saw mill mar thence to the gulf.Weather stands a good ch&ace to be E.T. ALLEN. M.D.: Gainesville Fla, February t, 19.VOTICE .: f

c1d \\3.3 fatally wounded yesterday j thrown into the court by an appeal. IS HEKEBV GIn!" THAT THY

to the explosion of a flywheel at Sum. I' Bureau Bulletin. Seventeen njjroi have bn arrested OCLLIST and AIR1ST.Monte.ma .' following named settler' has tied autu f f
make final in .f .
his intention to proal support
S. C. I Washington, March 17.-Special river at McRae, Ga.: ehAI'Ci4 with robberies his claim and that said proof will b. aaae before

Ocean Steamship company has bulletin: The Ohio river at Calrc from the Southern rafhray'i Hotel Ocala Fla., every |I Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. VIa v8 J

: (' I remains stationary at 50.6( feet and ii Maiit i**, nt,
for two large steamships' fright depot. 1 hur> I I Ia ,
\ RAVSA I> (;.ILF.SofCendler rts UUMP-
I
above. The
falling Mississippi at
will ply between Savannah and ia stead l.s21..rth south half( northwest
John Henry Brant, wfco to hang :! ,:::"!!'t =HIi:;' qUI't J J11
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\\' York. Memphis Is now 39.1 feet, a rise of 1..2 > r and uorth halt of southwenqmartet ul...tluu2k'
at Moultrie. Ga.. Friday, has predicted
south .. It..
$o township r : range l !
feet since Sunday mormng an.t 1S
I
Honduras hag beI the wit_ i" ..
situation in j that a great storm win destroy the NOTICE.In lie names following pi--ir
I feet above the previous high record ol his continuous resilience<< apua andtuliivaii. > 1
so grave that a squadron, 011 i town' on that day.Mayor .
of "said land via Ricbad s. Ball Th..waihail. I
1858. It will continue
April. rise
beou i to Andrew II. all: ( jBellnit'W.
\( warships has ordered j of EvaneTttie, tod., memberof Jackso javca Pupc
and it is probable that the maximum hc CirLMt' Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit Fit.
Iu> j stage will be in the neighborhood of 4'' labor union compelled to shut o3 oi"KloriJam! and for MarionCounty. W. <;. .lIBI\!. ,

iiu( Livingston secures 'i feet. Below Memphis the river continues the gas from his house during the in Chancery. 2-6 arlOa- I

j from postofflce department tc boycott. -usana Davis. Complainant vs. James Davis, .
p. ; to rise slowly, except at New Defendant.
*' I the six new rural delivery | Orleans. where it has fallen .1 foot ir: During a storm In Havana harbor NOTICE.
THE;
by'' IT lh UKDKREU THAT JAMES DAVIS
Georgia
in Fulton county
,
u. 21 hours and yesterday the crew of the Dolphin be and he hereby -
I the last It now stands at tLhe dttendant he'" named is I
r-i. 1. ; 19.2 feet. Secretary Uoodjr'B, vessel, rescued five required to avt fir the bill complaint! Notice of App'-catiun I Dn-dln' c
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in anl c u-e on.VtHjjy lion olChap:>- I '* o! H.n. i iNOTICEISHI
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& : Milligan. of Mount Pleasant, j Cubans from "firovrElng.
.
". ;::, Jji I Jla..L -I. D WIt I."NTH.\"t I
I- s.A. !
.".. ': C., yesterday died as the result ol': Vicksburg People Feel Easier. A Mississippi! man conticted of man- furth&rordered that a copy of this order : I Cr- ,'. -. t

I or: caused by the accldenta) Vicksburg, Miss., March 17.-At S slaughter has asked for a new trial on be published! t t.r tig:1t: ""u.cutJweek, ,. in the 4iof Manh n..>.: ..-' >|*i! *tl. .-. I Ij
'_ dated lf < \ i'hied \ .t A I'
J of a gun in the hands of her o'clock this morning tie Vicksburg the ground that a member the convicting ,lay of :March A.. D. x., 3.. said ceif.< : ,..! ."iappluatiou !' \ -.. CI' tot II I.. i i

'I ."11.. :" ;on. gauge registered 48.8 a sx-tt! >nths rise jury is not an American citizen Ocala'K; .. s.Clerk T.. SIT1tUNK.Circuit Court. with law. l..r Ir.: < .. "' 1n I" 1.,. i

1 Wilson is Interested in! In 48 hours. The levees are still '_('Inpl".uanl' Salicitor. 3-13 Said eertificalck embrait the i. ''< H tscribed i

: < culture iu Georgia and he will] holding splendidly and the engineersare ; Rev. W. J. Iloltrclaw delivered his p'opett) sitaj'.td ia )I. -i .i. t. i .
tv..- Dr. Howard of the agricultural Florida. tnwitWeal
to breathe
beginning easier, al NOTICE. ;
i
farewell sermon last night at Jones Avenue '; of southeast clu.n iat. r
'i > to Tallulah Falls to ia ; though the worst of the wave has not Baptist church during which no east 14 ant! ,atherf-t oi m.tO.esi '. -

:n t the Magid plantations. : yet reached this section. The embankments mad the rece-ol Notke of AppUcaiou for Tax Deed under Sec- 33. all in township I' ranxe n !
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to .
I reference was The suid lanJ being a--catted a: the A ieisuancc
f'o':1 ELM TO COME DOWN. j; can stand a rise of 2 01 church trouble. tipn is of Chanter; 4at Laws of Florida. of ,.uch certificate m the uau.x !

.: -- 3 feet without any great danger, thai VOTICh I;; IIF.REBGIoEN THAT W. J. Haney and part> unknown.Vnles .
1: not say Washington Once Stopped is if fair weather prevails. Mississippi river continues to rIse ii Prict. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. i iv. said urtihcate .hal! t.r n d.l n
hf. the record has hon broken. dated the t>th day of August, A. D., Io. has aCCOrdlUK to Uw t.tx deed will: 1*: i*-J th.
ii II / (I. He hal At Memphis
Urder Its Branches. filed aid! certificate in my office and has made on the ith day of April A U !* .;.
H" :iiluud: take a i Lumber plants In North MerapWs for tax deed toi..;;ue in accordance and saal tkat.
Cucn.. March: 14.-It was j Evansville, Ini, March 17.-River application \\itnem mv ufbcial! signature *
Pl M..! have shut down. owing to the encroachment with law zolh day of I-ebriar> A l> '.",'>
:
decided thai what was left of 41.5 feet; falling; cloudv =r aid certificate embraces the following described '
I heard Dr. Marcy of water. situated in Marion county I *ei II !S T ftl"T.- X&.
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\ Washington elm. so known because }I. I property 3.0 Clerk Circuit Court Mariua c.:.... Kla
florida to-wit ICommeDcing
Wii witness that :' Millard Lee Case Monday.
_ the story that Washington stopped
of southwest
feel north -
Jet to heart failure. it when he visited Captain! Jere- j Atlanta. March[ 16.-Tha demurrer i $150,000 For .St Louis Exhibit. corner ol block n 4", Boardman section 9. town T.: F. Thomas Hardware and Sid Cl.Weoanfuruiiba .

was giving her stat presented by the state antf which London, March 16.-Among the civi ship i J. range 21. thence south 34.1 feet east 495 Vj
Wadsworth on the occasion of limIted
northward with saId ditch 436 feetto qaMty
1 estimates for 1903-04 feet to ditch
I service issued to-
knocked of
tonally: hesitated out the criminal
Bupenlurcourt .
conference with Rochambeau must point of beginning. Famous IVrfretnl CeiI.andtcnuine .
Dr Marcy prompted down and many persons went to the insanity trial oMIillard_ Lee, day appears tie sum of Jlou.OOO as a The said land being assessed atthe date of the of our !

r Witness saw no elm. i under sentence of death for the murder grant in aId of the expenses of the issuance of such certificate in the name 01 Rocky Ford Caatal.'Ispd
of the i
pieces I comimssion for the St. Louis Phil ( hnstopher. Tht wed warrc.Vrtt.
% of Miss! Lilla royal seed. > are
"bat May Suttlea
was your .." of Streets Haunting will t.e Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according
t exposition.. A note appended explain. be issued thereonon for All kind of Ltw * whether Burdick "" asked about the story which argued before the supreme court on to Uw, tax deed will ua prices. r
gave that further contributions de the 4th day of April A. D. 93-
4eft"" h. wu asked., Monday. That tribunal Is expected ed any in stock.
lie said
Its : "Why
this the
tree name. Witness official signature and seal
. "I think to hand down an opinion within. tided upon will be provided for in mv THOMAS HABDJairarsvillf AREA !'5U-D ta
he was. tree could speak, it would prove] theneit iSth day of February A. D. W 3. T. F. ,
I "00 you thInk te- two or three weeks. the estimates of subsequent years 3-6 (Seal) S.T.blSTROK ( FU.
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r 1 DR. JACOBI TALKS. I II I DEMOCRATIC SENATORS CAUCUS.

The Formula tells the story :

HM Never Known But One Case of Will Support Two Amendments To

Five Per Hereditary! Tuberculosis. Canal Treaty.
Cent.
New York, March IS.-In the couree Washington, March 17.-The Democratic Grove's Chronic Chill Cure

( of a talk on "Tuberculosis in Children senators at their caucus today

Twenty Year Gold Bonds ," given under the auspices of resolved to stand together In the senate Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous. Squid, of i pleasant Utter Ute m.4. .f

the committee on the prevention o! in support of two amendments to I Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
!I tuberculosis of the charity organiza- the Panama canal treaty One of these

Another policy held by Mr. Waterhouse was a 1 tion society Dr. Abraham Jacob xplained provides for the modification of the Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

I JIO.UOU.Per Cent.on which Twenty-Year he had Gold paid six Bond: annual Policy for how mothers ought to prevent 23rd article of the treaty so as to insure Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
pay
ments of fMS.70 each This form of policy was ;' tuberculosis disease in babies and the control of the tanalone by

aUodevised Insurance Company and introduced of New by York The and Mutual in settle-Life j' warned the school teachers c! the city I the United States, and the other enlarges It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

tent. of this policy the Company will issue ten i abou? many things he said they should the provision in the fourth article -
one thousand dollar 5 Per Cent Twenty-Year I j know. of the treaty which is a disavowalof The Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
Gold Bonds,the income from which will he J300 I
a year for twenty years. The face of the policy "Tuberculosis," he said "kills more any intention .on the part of the
jl ,uar, will t-r paid at the end of twenty jrarsPktaiLlfhta I people, old and young, than diphtheria, Unite; States "to increase its territoryat
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tj 1')01. croup, whooping cough, scarlet fever the expense of Colombia or of the Hock Island Trains Collide. j

I and typhoid fever all combined." sister republics: in Central or South Joliet IlL, March 18.-The east wvvwvwwwvvwv
in the young he explained: the malady America" as to Include Mexico
If so
desire I
you to know on what terms bound Rock Island passenger: train was
could be found in a multitude of All the Democratic senators except beI I t
a you can contract for the purchase of 5 PerCent forms and! a tubercular! origin was to Messra. DuBois, Culberson, Morgan, low wrecked Joliet this by morning collision at with Rockdale a freight, I A HEAVY REWARD !

Gold Bonds deliverable to yourself be discovered In bone deformities, McLaurin, Clark (Ark.), and Gibson train. Fireman Connelly of Joliet, !I l lIn

in troubles of the peritoneum and fatal were present.It II _
twenty years or to your family I was badly hurt. The passengers were j
attacks in the lymphal surfaces or all the
is the understanding that
immediately, in case of your death, state j glands. two shaken up and bruised, but none serl, case to mind and Jlt ('kt'thuHk will 1M' n>ai.*-<| l.t MI.person : .
Democrats will support the
ously injured.
the amount of annual income you wishto I In all his years of practice, he continued amendments agreed upon, but that after JI who obtain.- ul :trat uf title to I I.t.- III I i.i-

secure for yourself twenty yeas- brv'- I he had known but one authenticated they are acted upon, individualsshall Well Known Southern Man Dead. c()unt> before investing him money thrr.DO i n I

End give date of your birth.J. !I case of so-called inherited tu- be at liberty to vote lor or Dallas, Tex., March IRc-Captain B. '

aerculosls, and even In that case, it against the treaty as they may elect.It N. nor n, a prominent merchant of I : NOT WAIT until you Iud v.i.r n.im v site
was not the disease itself that was is also the understanding that some
Dallas died of heart trouble! last
night parted before obtaining ub ttal'l -f nti.! ft,, ,
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handed down, but certain conditionsof of the Democratic senators will support Captain Boren served through the civ your it (|

H. LIVINGSTON JR.. Agent, Ocala, Fla the body.SITUATION. some of Senator Morgan's ideal 11 war in the confederate army and -'No use of locking the stable after !tie hr.i- i.

CECIL VILCOX, Agent lor the stateof Plorida, amendments but that they will do so was well known in the southern state "
Jacksonville, Fla. REPORTED AS GRAVE. as individual senators and not as members gone. We will also: be i,!ea:-- 'I| to |1114.k aft.-r i

i of the Democratic caucus The -- -- tuxes for you.

HERE HD THERE. Crisis In Macedonia May Be ExpectedEre Democratic senators who participated
Long. !In the caucus say that whether amended Jerry Burnett, VJRITE I US. -

New York Much 18.-Reports from or not, the treaty is sure of ratifi

Tbosfvho voted against the Pana- Macedonia are 10 contradictory that cation.! Marion Abstract
County
Company
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ma canhl bill were Senators Morgan, all forecasts are unsafe says the Ixra- Merchant
don correspondent of The Tribune. PRISONERS MAKE ESCAPE.
Pettus, Daniel], Martin and Teller.
Some advices from Sofia point to a C OCALA FLORIDA

transition period of four or five weeks.It Mysterious Woman In Black Said To Tailoring.;
There are now three Oealas, viz:
Have Given Aid. 1
may then be discovered that the v\_

Ocala, Fla., Ocala, Ga., and Ocala, reform have been ineffective, and Atlanta, Ga., March 17.-A Jackson- Florida.

that the indignation of the Bulgarians Miss., special to The Journal says: Ocala w-
Tex. Ocala, indeed I. is becoming i Finest Imported and
cannot longer be restrained.A Four prisoners confined in the city "-

everywhere popular. crisis at the end of a month is evIdently Jail here made a sensational escape Domestic Cloths. 'VNNVVVVWhen

expected in Sofia as well aa this morning before daylight by saw- Cuttinga: Specialty.

"Have you noticed," a-,ks the In Belgrade. Sofia at present is the Ing their cell bars. Fits Guaranteed.!
You Buy of Us You Get Full Value FN Yur ,
hotbed of intrigue and unrest. Every The men were George Thomas John Mm.
Gainesville Suu that the republican
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stranger: Is under police! : survelllanca Burns, United States prisoners; J. E. I

party is rapidly losing the support of and hei;; watched by detectives from Leland. an alleged burglar, and W. F. _-__ Sri-ch'L

the leading Republican newspapers hour to hour. The Turkish Bulgarian }McDonald serving a sentence for bigamy ,.. "1. \. ,..I.,,... =:.-J. -- We Arc Specialists
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and Russian officials are employing r
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If the democratic party expects to Informers and receiving reports It is said that the men were assist.ed L 3n ;{:; > f v l I',r f.::
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of what J I. going on among the refugees by a mysterious woman dressed In '. ;0.. I',- -==----- ---IX THat
win in the next campaign, it is about and revolutionists.War black, and who Is said to have visited (,, ,'"_).-: -..,".<-..,-....t.\.,' c.\'i" .., --c-- I Ir- :
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time for us to quit airing our family in the Balkans could not b. the Jail last week. -,-- -..:;;",('. "ol: -r-r.' -----L H SHOE HAT AND

differences in the public prints averted if the pressure of the Rus- Leland had been confined on a .r ;. _' '''..'.,_.;J'' 'I ,

alan and Austrian governments charge of burglary ,and was thoughtto "i "7- ;" t? I Hand

Thomasville Enterprise. removed for a single week. have been suspected of robbing the SS'neS! UMBRELLA' LINES

county treasury office In Newton of
A town that pays the preacher over $2,000 last year -
RAILROAD WORK PROGRESSING.
and supports the editor is so close to McDonald was under a sentence of
15 years for bIgamy.CONDEMNS gilOLLS can show you the best goods in
heaven that a fellow can hardly bleep Section of Line From New Orleans to

for the singing of the angels.-Frank Denver Will Soon Be Completed. BASKET BALL.T the city.W.J.CHAMBF.RSSIIOEm.
Guthrie 0. T., March 18.-The work .
Stanton in Atlanta Constitution.We .
of laying steel on the>> 'Frisco's 125 FROM Onlv the best ------ ------ -
Physical Directors Say Game u Work
mile extension from Tulsa I. T., to OUR OVEX material goes:
have not finished with the list Enid, O. T., will begin Thursday of ing Hardship Among Girls. into the oven and : I I I (
Boston. March 17.-Miss Lucile Eat ,
\ of illustrious Floridiauu worthy to thIs week, and the trains will be In only the
operation on that line by July 9. ThIs on Hill, director of physical trainingat
BEST BREADrolls Ocala I IlCida.I
fill a niche in the statuary art allery Wellesley college, contends that the :
ii a. portion of the through line from
in Washington City and to do so we Sew Orleans to Denver. prevailing fad for basket ball Is workIng out. It is delightfully crisp and
Incalculable hardship among girls, wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
it will take us all summer. The citizens of Outhrle were notl
expect principally by reason of the lack weal in itself and almost as nutritious!'
of supervision
fled today by President Rouse of the 88 meat.

A neighboring editor says lots of Katy road that he will visit this city by older persons, who' could Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
utter a note of
between March 20 and 25, at which warning on occasion satisfactorily filled by
people he knows are merely cockle and safe life-long suffering.
time it will be determined by him

burrs going whichever way some cow's whether the Katy will build southwest who Girls have come Joints to college askew, and she asserts bearing, BEN US' BAKERYThan The OCllt Seed Store.

tail happens to be traveling. Unseasonable from Guthrie through El Reno Into
injuries as the result) of over exertionat
but deuced good !-Bren- Texas. basket ball. She urges that there by tur tI."IIf'f 1 ; ) 'n I"n. .

ham Banner.It HEAVY SENTENCE FOR WOMEN. was too much publicity! and too much st he Up-To-Date Concern of thii city and til I
competition for points or "records''
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engendering a spirit! altogether at be glad to its customers in .
variance serve pOMlUl
is rumored that Senator W. A. Broklyn Judge Will Prevent Use of Improper any way
with what we are accustomedto M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
MacWilliaras of St. Augustine, i is Language In Public. call a womanly character.OFF If we don't carry in our lice what you want atti
New York. March 18.Two
going to enter the list as u candidatefor have been sentenced In the court women of COMPANY ,1!!to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, at
FOR NEW
ORLEANS. --
congress In the 2nd district If he special sessions in Brooklyn to serve matter what it may be.

10 months in the penitentiary for using F. D. POOSER, Agent
and
en-
does he will "most heartily Large Delegation of Woman Suffra.
Improper language on the streets. OCALA FLORIDA.
thusiastically" prove a thorn in the gists to Gathere There. -
In pronouncing sentence Justice ,, .
flesh to J. )1. Birrs.-White Springs! Keady said: Philadelphia, March 17.-A delega -*-'" T :. :'< p' :V "" : BAXTER CARN

Herald. "I am determined to prevent such tion of the Philadelphia! members of ,. '-,, ..>. -,*: >.' ': ..', Manager.
the Woman's Suffragists .
started for ". ; .
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occurrences) as this in the future. If "
New Orleans today attend the
this thing Is to be tolerated: how will to annual : .: -. ', "
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LOST-Saturday night, January, convention: of the National Wo \ ,1yo \, .
!It be possible for respectable womento ? "
in Ocala, dark bay filly, five years: walk in the streets without having man's Suffragists' association, which : ,' A. E. IEIAU14'1HARDWARE.

begins March 19 and continues to '.'. >ItoJ, ,
old, part of mane hangs on one side their ears and sensibilities shocked" "
March 25.:
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white "If you come here again, I shall pun. .' f .
of neck and on the other, .
part
In the party were Mrs. Lucietta ': '
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Ish you to the full extent of the law." ,;,.
spot on forehead wire cut scar between Blankenburg president of the : .

fetlock and hoof on one hind FARMERS FEEL GLOOMY. Pennylvania Suffrage association; Mr .
and Mrs. Robert Tilney and Mrs. Ludetta .
leg, clean place on back near shoulder.A S. TUankeaburg.
members of
Continued Rains Interfere Greatly As before stated, 1 bare on baud
reward of fi) will be paid for recovery. with Spring Planting. the Philadelphia; county woman's suffrage carload of one and two-horse mower*, Sash and ,i\', Farming

fO<'iet. and Dr. Anna H. Shaw, rakes, sickle grinders and re|>airl -
Addrets It. J. Cain, shady, Selma, Ala.. March lS.-The con Doors Tools.
national vice president at large. l parts> and shall have in the next ten I 1pt1J .
tinued rains which have fallen
Fla. 2-G 7t
9 days a car load of rt"ul'erLiudHi, I
throughout this section of Alabama BIG CONCESSION FOR RAILROAD. shredders! and every part pertainingto i9 Ready Mixed
The Oklahoma legislature: N going have caused a gloomy outlook for this make harvesting a suwes*. '$7 Paints Etc.FERN .
season's crops. Farming lands are Remember that the McCormick .
to revise the of even-up"" Two Million Acres of Mexican TimberLand
,' game In such condition that only in high binder is the'ouly right hand machine

Representative J.T. Nfclvit, who hails and sandy! locations has any planting Will Be Opened at Once. on the market, and should you buy -- ----
Austin, Tex., March 17.-A dispatch other, are cure to be disappointed. -
from Pottawatomie has introduced work been done, as it is almost impossible any y'u
county, from Chihauhau, Mexico says that the .
a bill I before the legislature to cultivate any of the prairie Mexican government has granted a We defy! ono challenge the world tomeet
lands in the vicinity of Selma. I
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concession to Arthur E. Stlllw lI. us in the harvest field. Thereis Hill RYE !
"to amend section 3, article 1, of the The Alabama river here is again pres
the place to fohowhat machines -
ident of the Kansas City, Mexico and your I
old fashioned game of 'seveu-up' and within its banks, but the waters have Orient railroad for tie utilization of are. Call and see me and I
left these lands so that only the latest will give you points that will interest
for other IllIflH);ei." The state committee the timber on 2/-00.000\ acres of land H. ROSENTHAL 1& SONS
crops can be harvested- you, and nave you money. Everymachine Distillers, Cincinnati, 9-
on games and gaming has situated In the western part of that old' will ba put up and

state.It tested before it M turned over to
Presidential Nominations. you. .
reported the bill favorable and recommended ...
!is the of the .
Washington Mach 17.-The president purpose railroad company
F. D. POOSER
its pi.mage.-Metropolis. sent the to Aatabllah a number of large Agent. This is the
today following nominations 3-1 -dlt-wlru Wiskey you hear people talking about l'
mills in the timber
region through
to the senate: i
The many friends of John Blouut Judges of the court of private land which the road will pass.S when they say "That Good \V hi(;key." It hw j

will be pleaded to learn that he has claims chief Justice, Joseph Reed of held its place at the head of the columnof Iii

entirely recovered from his attack of Iowa; associate Justices, Henry C. (natt Does Little Today. T. MURPHY High. Grade Goods for many yean
Washington, March 17.-Before the
rheumatism Chamberlain's Pain Sluss of Kansas; William Murray, of i
what?
senate went Into executive session today on J
Balm cured him after the best doctors Tennessee; Wilbur F. Stone, of Colorado
Levi Ankey, of Washington, was 1
in the town (Monon, Ind.) had failedto olina.; Frank I. Osborne of North Car. escorted to the desk by Mr. Foster Machine and Iron) Worlds IT'S MERIT 1 1

give relief. The prompt relief from his colleague, and sworn in. No leg.

pain which this liniment affords is Dr. Bass Reported Dead. islative business! of any kind was transacted !

alone worth many times its cost. For Wilmington, N. C., March to the open session
IS.-Ad.
and Hron/.e ('a..(. STRAUSS & COt 1
sale by the Autl- Iouol'ly Drugstore. vices from Tarboro, N. C., state that Iron lira!**

m Dr. H. T. Bass, of that city, who was Importing Bridge Workers. iny: Machine dud Pattern
Marietta, 0., March 17.-The Amen
shot Dr J.
yesterday by
H. Baker !
MarincHiul Hail.
SIioi** Distributors.Ocala
Hon. Frank Clark of Lake Ciiy died there this morning as the resultof can Bridge company today brought : .

states that in connection with his law his wound. Dr. Baker is in custody 40 men here that took the places ol road Repair! I

practice in that place, he has engagedin Jury., pending the verdict of a coroner's the strike.men A who number are on of a special sympathetic police 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville. !i - Fl't'ds 1 !

the stock business. He has made men have been sworn in. ---- -

for the Blast Furnace Dy Mexican capita
of
arrangement planting a Two In
Santa Barbara, Cal.\ March 18. Killings Kentucky. .
great acres of velvet beans and Lexington, Ky., March i-Two killIngs .
many Plans under Cure* CripbTwoDtyt.
are
way to establish a To Cure a Cold in One
ia to import a lot of the hest stock to new blast furnace on the coast, eitherat Sunday in Breathitt county, have Day .
been reported here today. Bud Spl
be had. He the extreme northern part of Santa
sees a great future for the
Barbara county or at the port of Hart oar was shot to death by John Heng- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A j on every
ndustry in this state and is detenu* ford. San Luis Obispo ley and Bud Combs was shot In A general IrO
point, by a Mex Seven wmoa taxes lOW fa 12 This (!). bOXs aSC.
moniks.
ned to give It a good trial. lean syndicate fight: In Jackson. It la not man post Signature h' v

who shot C.mbaJ'.j .
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( LOC L. Metamora Went Down. i GREAT IS THE COW.MrsE.l'Tuckeofthis I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SiLE. I Aged Negress Dead.

At Rosewood, Fla., recently one of PAGE WOVEN
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The steamer Metaruora of the -- I II I

Mr. Alfred Fox, of Atlanta i is visit : city, {perhaps I. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned :I I the oldest persons in the state, died of

ng his, aunt, :Mrs. Abe Brown. Lucas line running between Jacksonville has the most remarkable cow on as administrator de bonis I II I old age. She was- a negress, the oldestin ,

-ord. non of the estate of J. L. Feaster, deceased Levy county. From the records'
re
--- and Silver Springs sunk yesterday I

Mr. W. C. Alexander, of Brooks- It hm been eighteen years since this will at Irvine, Florida, on the given her age was 130 years, aud she WIRE FENCINGMade
afternoon at the mouth of the i the 2nd day of April A. D, 1103 commeuciug i --
ville! wa a visitor to the city }'e!>ter- cow lost her calf yet she has never WH-J known os "Aunt Hannah"
; at 1U( o'clock a. m. on the in Adrain Michigan,
day. klawrha river. All the Dangers failed to gin her regular flow of milk premises, expose: and offer for sale at Wright. She belonged! ; to the old t !Strongest, Lightest, Most

Miss Lillian Stevens, of Jacksonville were .saved but the freight went night: and l morning awl besides having public outcry all the personal prop- class of the ante helium days, and she Serviceable and Cheapest. j j1'1X1'Il'

lf i, the guest of her cousin, Miss ; all the milk she needs for hertable erly of said ltpea-ed, iisistiug of I will be ruined in that community.to .
down with the unfortunate 8t I&Uler. I stock of general tuer-handise and j .. : : M.u)r
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Lizzie Ed ward I :Mrs. Tucke makes severalpounds f
I store fixtures, a fully equipped sawmill No Barb Wire to tear the ,
We have not learned details of the of butter every week besides.
Mr. awl Mis. L. Home, of York, and crate and birrrl manufactory : (Clothing injure animal
affair But .speaking the cow, perhaps) containing all the necessary; ma- I
were aiuoui, the guests at the Monte- I Cannot l>e 'lorn DUMB
--- as Florida is rapidly becoming a cow ceinerysup-n as one! -12-iuch circular I II

zutn yesterday.Mr. I To Move to Saratota. country, be Kansas orafjr's tributeto l-1&w. one large 4 Mile Frank pltner, I I II Curried oil' and Burned. i

Mr. Mampdeu Smith, who for the one surfacer, hoop sews, trimmer and I Keeps Everything Marred
Allen Gibson and wife, of Ora- the Kansas: row may prove interesting 1
past Seventeen :years, has been the planer for large and smtll hoops, state I Seeds I From the Smallest! to th.
hamville, were registered i at the machine stave Leading i t
crozitig jointer,
efficient and popular feaboard auentat : I t i iI Lamest Fowl or Animal.i I. ,
Montezuma yesterdays j The story) is as! follows: trimmer, slab saw, cut.ollw., I $ .t any I pantai c.u6: 'r bra: .nPt. ,. :i
Anthony has accepted a similar r ..,nt tt 1 For Particulars Write to
A party of business men sere givena shingle l saw, drag saw, butting saws, I

CaptR.. I). Harrison of Cotton'' position wi-h the railroad at riarasota.Mr. t anquet in Fopeki: and each in baud saws, veneer machine, tenon I II at,1tlaMtt the tarrru, id.I All a.dttIPnl

Plant, and a member of the "Old 1| Smith has a bust of friends at turn Uuded the particular business in machine, two rip saws of special 1 design -I II tpatd free 1805 to all W ea appltwttt A..ipo F. G. SAMPSON Agt.
0. M. FERRY & CO., ,
Guard," was iu Ocala yesterday. I Ilr. Anthony, w ho are very loth to give knife grinder, stamping machine I Detroit, Mich.
he engaged.
which was
for crate heads
one -horsepower Boardnjan Florida.
} Hoe!'::!, of the Northern and j j him up but on account of poor health Finally it came to the turn of the engine, one liO-horsepower engine, I ro )

Southern:; Company, who i is still at the I )Ir. Smith: thinks the move will be representative of the creamery business one 20-horsepower engine, one 30- I


hospital, we are glad to say is im beneficial 10 him. and he arose and said : horsepower engine; one 50-horsepower: ___n__ ..........--.. .. -..... .____ -....-..,....-
Mr. Smith uill move his family to I with interest engine, one 50-horepower boiler, two
proving.Mrs. 'We hive been listening
I 70-horsepower( boilers, one dummy I
Sarasota as MHM, as he Can secure 11hou..e. industryas TRUNKS I
F. A. Tea ue and baby returned to the glories every : engine and cars with 4i miles of track, The
His mother und sisters
, yesterday! afternoon from a short told by the representatives here, 10 mules Bud gear, 4 log carts, timber Do you trrvel Uo you want a good trunk?

Mire Eiimui and Lulie Smith, will but I wi-h today that none of them lease, all neress.iry drying racks and We have a lot of good trunks that we will

visit to Major and Mrs. Teague at i also go to :tr-sxotA to re-id can begin to compare to the industry storage houses, crate forms, forge and oiler at special low prices while they last.!! Ocala J

Lady LaKe. I The best wishes of the many Ocala feeble t-llorts mill tools etc. Complete schedulecan A Good Metal Trunk $2.00
which I
lending
am my
Xt'I'Ol I IDunnt'llon be found on file in the probate B A Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00.
Mrs. E. K. weal down to friends of ibis estimable family will furniture
to uphold."If A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00I
office, or seen at the mill, :and the g
afternoon to see with them to their utw home. Leather bound brass trimmed trunks at
yesterday j go all of Kansas were proportional
j the cows property will be told in two lots, one

her sister-in-law, Mrs. I. :M. Barton, A Physician Writes. melted and cuouldea into one great consisting of the merchandise and I Also valises and traveling!prices.bair*. Company 3 t

who ill. lap the store fixtures, and the other of the These are all Bit i BAHtiAJ and wr /have 3
quite "I am desirous nf knotting if the animal, her tongue might I
--- mill plaut and all equipments, unless other bargains ;
profession e>m obtain Hertiine in foamy waters of the Atlantic while

the Miss most Jessie: successful Owens of farmers parr of one the of I I I I I bulk been of fur great{preacriliiug use to purposes.me' in ?treating It has her tail wa* switching the eternal otherwise Tenusof announced sale cash on at all time purchasesless of sale. I AT S M IT H 2 9 S OCALA FLORIDA I

oil the Rocky mountains."If than $:'tO ()II) and oue-half cash: on
county was a pleasant visitor to I I easesofdyspejeLdbrouLt: on by excesses snows I' =- .,....... _".."""","",,, ___ 0 _
of oxenvork. I have never the butter we have made for this all purchases over said sum, balance
Ocala yesterday.In j I represented by promissory notes .. .
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known it to fail in restoring the organs great state/ could be gathered: together -

attempting measure strength I elected" to their healthful: act- it woul t b.i enough to grease the interest iu at six the and rate twelve of S per months cent.with per 11111111RIllliililliilliliii.llliiilililllllllllilllillill" " " " " " " "lfiili" "11iU" "!!" '!
5k( botild at the AntiMonopoly -
ivity. a
with mule yesterday: Mr. Mallory axles of the illimitable universe."If annum, and with good security to be
Drug Store. m L. T. TOhPKINS'FAl10USMILLINERYI
Llddou had the misfortune to wrenchhis all the milk which is now flow approved by the undersigned. MRS.

shoulder out of place.Mr. The McKinley Monument ing from the udders of Kansas cows ]). II. IRVINE, I

Postmaster, Groves of this city has were turned into one great stream, Administrator de bonis non of the I !
Fred Cubberly, collector of the Estate. of J. L. Feaster: deceased.:; ,
received from the McKinley National: its head might tie: in the Aurora -- -
port of Cedar Key, and a praetieingattorllt'Y -
. u. Memorial Association a limited number ]Borealis while its mouth would empty Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If you are hard to
the AN ORDINANCE -
at Bronson, was among please, go there; her style will please you and convince you that
of certificates prepared: for distribution i into the day of judgment. The money
\'!!iini; lawyer before Judge Bullock ::: you are not hard to please, only have uot found before the style :::
contributors to the McKiu- the Kansas farmer by the -
yesterday. I made for Relation to Trespassing on Public ::: and quality you desired. You will find the finest style and assortment ::
Icy monument fund as souvenirs. is to crook the Property Streets, sidewalks: and to :
dairy industry enough :; in the city, and most complete. Her novelties and
Regulate the.u. of the Same. -
Major I.. T. L lar returned yesterday Tbc.se certificates give an excellent pregnant hinges of every knee in Be it Ordained by the City Council of ::: Paris patterns will readily explain why this i is the most f.t+hioii ==

afternoon from Blackville, S. C., reproduction: of the lamented presi Christendom, and, gentlemen the the City of Ocala: =-=- able place to buy your winter headwear. Mrs. Tompkius' efforts y

where he has been for the past two dent's likt.ness. Persons who contribute company which I represent is givingall Section 1.1 hat from and after the == have succeeded in establishing" a business, whose- foundation U :::
of this ordinance it snail be ::: founded upon a rock. Her principle of trade is one that willyield ::
weeks on professional business. to the fund! will be given one of this to the state without money passage -
benefit You want to know well
- -- unlawful for any person or persons to ::: a to everyone. you are

Mi-s Mary E. Bull left yesterday these beautiful certificates. and without price."I place, or cause to be placid, or allow :-;: dressed! ; quality and! style give that satisfaction. You can buy --

via 8. A. L. for Madison, Wiss.! and Had- Her -Arm- -Broken.- move that the design of our state to remain iu front of his! or theirpremises :::: your millinery from Mrs.! Tompkins and know you are in line
::: with the best. A perfect satisfaction and delight to contentpkte. -
the sidewalks
Social seal changed and that it representa upon or
1 will atop while en route, at Last evening about o'clock as a :: You will get your money's worth, and the style :::
Circle Oa., where she will visit her milkmaid, rampant, and a cow, streets of Ocala, any merchandise, rthrown in.Corner ::::
colored woman living north of town goods, show-cases, barrels, wagons, :- South Magnolia street and Ft. Avenue Opposite I.uMon sistjltThe :::
couchant with a bunch of alfalfa as a
sister, Mrs. A. L. Foster. driving along North Magnolia carts, omnibuses, carriages or other
was
background and the motto, 'Ad astra vehicle vehicles of H"U" iH HHHm lHlU UHHU m HHHU.UlUlUH'. lU..UmdHU
)Jiii Helen Jo !Marret, of Danville, street her horse became frightenedand or any description
per cow.' excepting barrels or boxes used as re- I .
Va., who lies been spending the past rau into a fence, upsetting the -- '- ---
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ceptacles for garbage, as i is required
two weeks in Ocala, the guest of Mrs. wagon and throwing out iN occupant.She How often }ou hear it remarked: by ordinance: ; Provided, however, that

Edward Badger and :\Ir Godfrey set up quite a scream and when "It's only a cold," and a few days merchants and others may occupy
later that the man is: on his! back Club HouseOcala
andpackages
Mayers!' will return home today. help arrived it was discovered that with articles of merchandise
with pheumonia. This is of such ,
her right arm was broken. She was part of the streets and
Mrs. C. W. Mills, of Grahamville, common occurrence that a com, however sidewalks for the purpose of loading
cent to a doctor for treatment and at
was in Ocala yesterday to see her slight, should not be disregarded.. and unloading their vehicle for such
last accounts was doing as well aa Chamberlain's Cough Remedy coun- reasonable time as may necessary for
husband who has been seriously ill
could be expected.We teracts any tendency toward pneum- so doing, and in such manner as not
4 ) at the hospital for some days past, onia.: It always cures and i is pleasantto to obstruct or impede the course of

the result of an accident in a sawmill took a run up to Ocala on Monday take. Sold by AntiMonopolyDrug : travel thereon : florida.

\ at that place. last for the purpose of doing a Store. m Provided further, licensed: auctioneers -

little hustling for the News.! But as McGraw New Gets $10,000 a Year. may be permitted by the

Mr. tI.1.: Couoly, Mrs. Hick's sill the streets such articles
Major to on
we forgot to take our umbrella along, :Speaking: of Manager McGraw, of I
milliner, has returned from the north, I of property as will not interfere
Mrs.\ Thos. J.
couldn't hustle much ; owing to the New York Nationals, the New Barges, Prop.
where she has been purchasing with, or impede, the u+e of such street
he hard rainbich fell in fortha
York Evening Telegram brings by the public.
spring and summer millinery and
that city during/ our stay of funn; document raked up in Flori- Any person or person violating the
for tbe coming
studying the styles three or four hours there. da. It is the first baseball contract provisions of this section shall, upon --'--

season. The opening of Mrs. Hick's conviction thereof, be punished by a
However we did some business: besides he and readsas ,,
; young man ever signed r.m """" = """" "' 4 --"""' _""-'--=-.r"" "' "'-
establishment will he March 24th. fine not exceeding 0.00, or by iiupnsonmeut .
l, we spent an hour very )pleasantly follows: "Ocala, Fla., Feb. 14,

The arrivals at the Club House in the Banner cilice, conversingwith S91.-:.Tothe Directors of the Ocala days.' not exceeding thirty THE NEW DRUG STORED.

yesterday were B. F. Lisk, Conner; that veteran and brilliant journalist Baseball Association. GentlemenWe Section two: No huckster! peddler, 1

Feed Tboman, Lansing, Mich.; Sam Hon. F. E. Harris, and his the undersigned, baseball players store keeper, merchant or other person H. BROWN, M. D.. Proprietor, J 1

Hiukelmeyer, Poseu, Germany ; J. M. genial business manager. Ocala is on and members of the Ocala: Club shall occupy any portion of any public -
square, street, or side-walk for the 1
BelUndJ. M. Sellers, Berlin ; Mrs.J. I solid boom there is not a vacantdwelling notified will
a until further play purpose selling or offering for sale, I Is now open and ready to serve the public with Puns Fresh!' 1

C. Murphy and two children, or store house in the town. for board, shaving and washing or displaying! any goods, wares or Drugsat the corner of South Magnolia street and Ft. King '

(jeorgetowll, S. C; L. M. Hummel.. Hope it will be a fair day the next expense; also a cigar once a merchandise except as heretofore provided avenuu \\ e have a pretty line of HOLIDAY GOODS, in
I'E Stationery, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Toys, Etc., which 1
: Shack- River :\ by special license.
Charlestowu, 8. C; J. Spencer time we go up.-Crystal ews. week. Signed John J. McGraw,
the we invite shoppers to inspect before making their purrhust-s.: ,
Any person: violating provisions I
lfurd, Rockford, III. C. F. Thorp, J. Conner, Ed.
-- Building More Railroads in South of this section shall upon :
:Mars and Frank Stratton." As McGraw COll\"iCliOU'\\
The silliest thing we have seen in a Florida. be fined not less than two !

I doesn't smoke it is a puzzle more than $25.00 or imprisoned j CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIALTY
newspaper in some time ro"Ct'ntlyap- G. S. Baxter & Co., of Jacksonville,
I I what he took in place of the cigar. not exceeding, ten days, for each I
I f peared iu the Atlanta Journal. The have the contract for grading and E =-' 2 ..F.d" .., :IIo ....!'3""w.. .. ;a'"=.e",...... ....
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Perhaps an extra shave or soda water. otletise.Section
piece was written by Milt Saul and crohstieing the railroad to be built :; 3. It :shall! be unlawful for
Geo. K. Robinson has this souvenirin
.' was intended as a big boost for Par from Punta Gorda to Ft. Meyers. any {>erson, or persons to jrmit a
his possession and since feigning i it
ker. It said that he had the courage Friday night twenty-six hands arrivedat horse or horses, or other animal \"e-I SEgiStSg 515151515' 515151515 5 SlSlSlSiSlScrap '. t S15l5'Et5'.S'R.q-.s1.5I ft J
of the men have won vehicles in his her .
some young hicle or :: or charge.to /: ;
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to ott'LI'ote, for Bryan in 1S9!< The l'untaGordu, under charge of 0.
both money and fame in baseball stop or remain upon the side-walk, j
very idea that it took courage for a M. McKMck! of Jacksonville. He ,
shall
annaU. and no person groom, curry I'
democrat to vote for the nominee ofjFhis will have general supervision of the wash or wallow a horse or iior-t- -'" or J

: party is a most. ridiculous: propo i- work for the contractors. There are Gainesville in the Swim. other animal in his or her charge, upon 1

tiou.Ia I twenty-nine miles to be built. Fivemiles With the finest military and public any street or side-walk or permit I

A great many towus in Florida have been sublet to T. L. Marquis schools in the state elegant churches the same to be done. I I
Any person violating any of theprovisions
have been bra.nnini: through their : of Barlow and five miles to Walter an electric fire alarm system already of this section shall be t punished I

&ew>ipi! |>ers to beat the band that I). Hough, also of Barlow. The in operation, und with assurances of a : upou conviction, by a tine not Iron i

they have prettier women than all work of clearing the rigbt of way was modern lighting plant, an up-to-date exceeding 210.00 or imprisonment not t .

the municipal building, a magnifict'ntgoverullll'llt exceeding en days, either or both in I
other towns. These: towns now commenced Monday morning. This
of free the discretion of the court. Metals 1 Rails
hue the opportunity to put, up or extension will surely be built at once. building a system ,
Section 4. It shall be unlawful for
hut Times-Union mail delivery who will dare to contradict a
up. The among More money will be spent this yearLy the assertion that Gainesvilleis any jrson to clean or wash any i ETC. ETC. ETC.
iU other features has established aUauty .a
? wagon, hack or carriage or other ve
gallery bureau in which will the railroads of this country than rocking nicely in the cradle of pros- i hice ion any of the streets or side- W {g

has ever before been expended in a Gainesville is and : the limits. Highest cash price paid for
All
be printed from time to time the perity? happy I. walks in city same 1
single It is estimated that the violating the provisions _.
year. Any
and person
well -
pictures of all the pretty women of contented, as as prosperous, 1
railroads of the United States will of this section shall upon conviction, .
the of that we want to tell the outside world that ----ADDRESS _
readers
state, and the I
1 be punished by a line of not less: than
spend over $500,000XX( on improvements -
her door i is waftedto
paper 'NIIl soon be able to decide tbe latchstring on I 2.00 nor more than J10.00, or im- ,
and and I SABEL BROS.
developments over
which town is able to make its boast the spring breezes. "Whosoeverwill prisonment not exceeding ten days, ,

above the usual operating expenses. let him and will in the discretion of the court.
good. We believe that when the come, we endeavor I Jacksonville. Florida.
Aproved March 19th 1903.
has the larges to make place for him.-
facto of these pretty women are given Manatee county a W. J. EDWARDS

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THOUSANDS -LEFT DESTITUTE. TEA POT G-ROCRY

General Falling of Upper Tributariesof
Mississippi River, Together with 49-- r4l
Improved Weather Conditions, Pointto -...-
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Memphis! Tenn., March 18.-The river II 4f/I
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is slowly falling 'here today, the .
0-- .
gauge registering 39.4 feet against 3 J.j"
last night The break in the levee:
near Holly Bush, 20 miles! north ol
Memphis.here, is responsible The crevasse for is the three tall quaff at THERE IS A SAVING IN BUYING 1

ters of a mile wide and the water is
rusing through with a roar that can
be heard for miles.! The whole 01
the St. Francis basin will be flooded OBELISK FLOUR 1
and incalculable damage will be done. .
Xo other breaks have been reported tI --
but several weak spots are being
closely watched by the engineers.At --
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Memphis the flood situation is
growing more serious. In the northern .! "
part of the city hundreds! of fami E Because |
lies have left their homes for high :
ground, and every industry is shut .
7 down and Street car service has been .....
1 abandoned. In South Memphis the II>- ....

there.and water hundreds is The threatening Yazoo of laborers and all Mississippi railroad are working tracks Val, E---: It makes more bread to the pound than any ;

ley railroad is the worst sufferer from --
the flood, its tracks beng partly under other
:SIt
water for miles. Through train service :;: __.. : .
has been annulled. The Illinois ....
Central has experienced some difficulty -

have at been Auction"cribbed"street but and the traffic track is E: \\ diminishes the doctors bills; 3

moving as usual.Situation ...... --

Critical at Natchez. It is thoroughly wholesome and nutritious
Natchez, Miss., March 18.--The waters
of Uw river which broke over the ...
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embankments of the Bougere levee in
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the lower part of Concordia Parish
26 miles below Vldalla, has swept ---
away 3 miles of the 15-foot embankment e-- -- / ,
of the Texas and Pacific railway '0
and the southern portion of the Bou O
gere levee has caved ki for over a F i

It mile.pouring A tremendous through this volum crevasse of water into in ROYAL QpADIPT CANNED GOODS."OUR lEADER E EI

the country behind it Every effort

caving it now, belag and additional made! to prevent forces, all further thatca.n IE !

take be the secured end of, the are broker attempting levee with to BEYOND THE POSSIBILITY I OF TYPE DESCRIPTION.

sacks of dirt and sands. B .... [
Sycamore levee, which affords protection

as for rapidly Vidalia.as possible.is befog strengthened Several- E: The good things that enter our store cannot be put into types so

weak places are reported along the -4E

levee safety, and of the fears embankments.are expressed for the that you can get a full realization of their worth. The newspaper can

Planters are sparing no expense Inc

the tered The work.48 gauge fi'
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Special River Bulletin. 0remains: for to form the and them
Washington. March 18.-The situation : you a part conclusions/get goods try
in the Memphis district has become ....

,: log is critical.39.4, 11 feet The above stage the this high mom water The Royal Scarlet Fruits and Vegetables are of the class of goods that
stage of 1S98. Unofficial reportsof ;
II,' the breaking of levees 0

I ... Memphis breaks,if extensive have: been, will received.doubtless north These modify of- 0baffles description but a trial will do what the printer fails to do, viz; -4 I ..

the conditions somewhat. Xev ,

/" slightly ertheless over, a further may be rise expected to 40 at feet Memphis or 0Prove that they "touch the spot/ We l have them in Jc 2C

within the next 36 hours. Below
Helena, the situation! is un := Oyster Bay Asparagus, Small Tender Peas, Early Sweet Peas, Small Lima Beans ::
changed. The
stage at
49 feet a rise of .2 foot while Virksburg at New it- ::: Tender Stringless Beans, Evergreen Corn, Cream Succotash, Hand-packed Tomatoes.II
Orleans the river is stationary at 1H2 Golden Marrow White Cherries
i feet. The Louisiana tri 'caries Dry Pumpkin, Dry Squash Apricots,

to rise, the Shreveport gall(continue P' o-- Lemon Cling Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Shredded Pineapple, Egg Plums ::

i Ohio cording is falling 31.9 feet, except this morning.at Cairo here Tn f3 0-- Yellow Crawford Peaches, Green Gage Plums, Eyeless and Coreless Pineapples ,4

the decline will probably begin today -- Clam Chowder, Lobsters, Salmon Cutlets and Salmon Steak.4
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; Ohio River Conditions. :; EVERY CAN GUARANTEED .
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Evansville March .
-River 41.1 0D -4
feet; and falling! ; fair and warm. ......
The following reports have been received -_- -- """ T t
troLl others points:
Pittsburg-River 7.7 feet; falling; 0 E --II
cloudy --
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Wheeling-River 12.& feet; falling. 3>- tiff/ -
Cincinnati-Rfver 4C feet; falling; r>- ." -41E
cloudy. ,"Dr'H G.
Cairo .av ran
-River 50.6 feet; stationary ,
fair; warm. /

..::. Poison For Rats Kills Children E -4 I .

children Bridgeport.of Mr.Conn.and, Mrs.March James 18.-Two" 'pI r 4=== Talk l) uirt Jiakf Purina Mule Feed Our Mock liar Nero
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don of Whiting Lane, are dead and -- Good Stork. hula
three others are critically ill, the re .- a TalkingYear lur r. U,....II'4...... -4
suit of eating apples which had been 4 Hood Stock Hake
poisoned with paris green to kill rats. 0- Talk Quality iiso131r .' f
Tom L Johnson Renominated. := Cotton Seed Meal, Ht..t .'.tH'rn..rUltl8l. '
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Cleveland. March 18.-Tom L. John- 0 4
son was renoniinated for mayor by acclamation -41
at the Democratic city convention
f today. Cow Feed Etc.
0 tiir' ,
Senate In Executive -Ill
Session. v I'
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' Washington. March 18.-The senate 0- Il",
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met at 11 o'clock today and went intc .J
executive session as soon as the journal -- ill4
was read and approved. -
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Thousands Flock to California. '
J ..441
Ban Francisco, March IS.:For four -
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weeks now the Southern Pacific colonist 0 4
:; rates have ben In effect and a total 0-
Iforel of 11..33 persons have entered Cal- When in town make our office your headquarters +' ,C !g/a' :/. :eC

High Waters in Wyoming. 4
Rock Springs, Wyo., March IS..The 0- -ill 1
Yours for
Red desert is inundated for miles east E more business,
of Rock Springs, and the salt well I
drilling station is completely under d
water. Large quantities of supplies! ABE BROWN &
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Proprietors
l; belonging to the Belgo-American DrillIng 3 ;
I ; company have been ruined or .___ 4''
1 it, swept away. The water has backed __ ... !
j ," up against the Union Pacific embank !

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THE Of ALA BANNER, MARCH 20. 1IU3!

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A TIP TO TOURISTS SCHOOL CONTEST. i I appeal to the students and tried to J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

LOOK OUT stimulate them to still! higher efforts

and showed a relatively larger number
A Trip on the Clearwater Up the Ockia- Quite a Number in Attendance-Es- WHISKEY HOUSE
of men, who ha\e reached somethingmore
waha to Silver Springs. says, Orations and Maps all ,
For Colds-La Grippe than neighborhood fame were
Jacksonville Metropolis.Of Creditable.In Gainesville and Ocala Fla.
those who had received a thorough .
flue and don't trust to --
all the niagificeiH scenery Protect yourself, 'L -
order to stimulate a greater interest ..: -
this of Providence. Considering the harm collegiate education, and that this percentage '
ever beheld it is seen at : !season iu writing and ;: "g
oratory:
St. Johns and essay done, "neglect" before and after taking is been in all achievements _": i _
the year on the upper m drawing Hoo. \V. D. Cam, superintendent crime. You '\**-: "'- ;;
cold U may
:i a physical civil!, !scieutific judicial and military.: 4j >::,._, '
the Ocklawana.Hivitu of instruction for cold if too late can ,.. trI
public prevent a or, you :.. <:- _
; just returned from such a this ottered the followiug insure yourself: against the "after ef- C ': .
county Session.
Florida K. of P's. in \ H
on the fine Lew boat ( learwater ect," for' there1 i* the greatest danger I i ..Ifk\] -
trip
prizes, to-wit: For the best original The Kni hts of Pythias of Floridalast ;.- ::. .. oJJ (t
to let our visitors and by using Dr.JIarter'aIron Tonic. Few L-- !. < rA
I am prepared oration, best essay and best map of die from Colds, or La Grippe, or week IIt'I.t l their annual session ;:; :J .!..:- "-Co-'> .':S"".( -::: ._- .-....
Ca-I
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know that ". '
a pleasuretrip "
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tow ; people Marion county, SlO cads ; secoud best tairh. They die of the after dll in Jacksonville.\ They were welcomed -:. = ;:.:-. 'C. ">fZr...m : -=
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of This kind would more than $>"> third'best, : .;jO. These di.seaM.-3 all weaken, and to --- 'w' '..-8.c-."... ,,} ;t/J i ""i
; :1.1 to the metropolis\ by Mayor Duncan i- fi r.,;::. ;;r .r" 5"
gratify their desires to see the beautiful Phecuutribuiorsto the prize fund weaken body come Hocking a host U. Fletcher in an appropriate .,;.<..', II!,'"''. ,'-. _..

and enjoy to the fullest extent all were the following! : gentlemen : S. H. diseases:stomach that fa..teu on weak and lungs other, 'speech which was well received by -.: (ll.> '4.,.\..., -.. ...... .;- -
kidneys
heart .v prr.uiors
for in nature. .. "
ODe could hope GI1i1,kill and W. M. Gist; of 1cln.t .x' ..
weak parts that we seldom think of. the delegates and friends of the order O ,"

One grand picturesque::; view is no .\\IIIrSn':
gooner lost to the sight, than another Bittenger and Frank HarrU cf Ocala. fortify the system so that you will not The delegates from the Ocala\ Lodge ____ _.___. h_ nl' l'n IUIn ..
iu the loveliness but if late to do that,
!!scg it if possible catch cold too
nurpa Only enrolled pupils ,in the public were :Messrs. T. E. Biggs and G. W. FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
then must see that no lasting! injury -
loud manifold variety appears.! you ...............
allowed to Bourbon at.
schools of the county were Mr. Herbert Crook virtue My fS.oo Rye or ? )1,75 Uy (4 oo Gin t.
is done. Medical authorities all Martin. by '. ...... .,......... ...... /
nest in the top of a tallcypress My 850 .00 .My :i oo North Cirolmi. Corn it.... ._
eagles .
The ........ ...........
participate in the contest i is the element of of the exalted be holds in My 3,00 2.56 My I.so" M, 't"n Dew Corn It.. :J
agree that Iron fighting position My ........................... My 3.00" .. .. .. .. _
with the parent eagle seatedon The contestants were required to the blood enabling the system not onlyto the state organization is also a dele My 4.00 acc Gin 0 it ...................... ............ ... 3.00 1.7$ My 4.00' .. .. .. .. \
a near branch; the far famed red- that no assistance ward off disease! but to fight it after My :.So" -...-...................................... 2.00, My 4.o" New gogUod Run >t............-... 1
sign a pled:(e saying gate.
bird darting hither and thither now rendered them in their it has obtained a foot- The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Features
: w sa: p gp. hold. The many friends :Mr. Joe bherou -
In and now out from amoDK the newgrowth IB sending your always feud enough to cover the cost of jugs. Hill'gallon jots. 1>
search
: work. They were allowed to e, at tine time a citizen of Ocala gallon jug. l5C.Mrallonj;: ,2c.3-gallon jug,jsc.; kegs.$l.
of foliage; the niockin bird, Dr. HARTER'SIRON tell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in FUriJabecause I give goodbeeat >
I the new-papers and books and use will be pleased to know that he I is and lull measure,
with iU&hrill, keen imiatation note, A. trialorder wilt con.ince you that" are the people" Tenmcash with th order.
t Iuotatiolthl'rt'froll! provided full \ TONIC now Chane-ller Commander of the y.Dr..a"oustoPle.e.
J. F. EDW .RDS.Sa5
but a few of nature's provisions .
are credit to tile authors WHS given. Montefier Lodge K. of P. in Jackson
is just the remedy needed, as it supplies
the tourist's enjoyment.To
for The map way to be one of Marion the blood directly with the iron it ville. The Tunes-Union of Thursday --- -------- ----1i

nn-s&ueh a trip when one is in Bounty containing section*, town- requires to combat Colds or La Grippe.Take prints his picture in its write up of C5t!!! c c.FCG35r r5 S 5 e,t5d55a55a" r5J! 5

Florida is to be deprived of a fund of lailroads pohtollk it before, during, or after. If
ihips, ranges the doings of the grand lodge.Did .
the like of which i is rare taken in time it will prevent if taken
enjoyment schools, lakes, rivers, etc. The coloring j I I WE EAT MEAT
it will shorten the course if
(lifetime. i during, ;
dunes iI and additional features was 1-ft the Proper Thing.
I taken after, it will prevent' all bad after To grow strong. Unless we
The happy surprise one meets with entirely to 'he taste::; of the contestants.The effects. Mr. Barco, of Ocala, business manager .w. r get
crooked stream arenmrvious ''} : good meat we may as M ell let
on rxcedini'Iy: contest took place at the armory Women are especially benefited by I of the Commercial Bank, came N" .' '"'i1VwJ
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1ID .' it alone. There is .
,; no
:, .. :: strength
at 10 o'clock Saturday: moruiujr. Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic,aa they seem to down Friday afternoon to attend to :51 jl '''' ... Ol& {
home of weakness of Colds and 'I" --.i--; ; m tough meat-instead of giving -
The Oi-klawalia i is: also the suffer from the ;: some iJusilleS'onm.ted with the j
The following were the judges: ()u
of tl.e tierou the crane and blackbird orations Dr. t5. H. BUtch Messr E. La Grippe longer than men, and they bauk. While here he expressed himself !fgiZfVW f :- ,. \ ? : it.takes fctreugtb to digest
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are particularly susceptible to the action .9 "\:ySj: ; \ it. It to te careful Ins
i .: pays
all nf whu-hhre numerous. L. "'artmauland Frank llarn: on of a blood builder such as this is. as being highly gratified with the ls; ,
:\:7:: !;J "!/' : buying meal be sure to get
of : J
the
.\* we travtl: nearer source t-ssijs' Dr. W. C. Lindsay! Lieutenant growth of our town, and predicted a @ Ksyw.v .:\-'l'. .
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. -
; : : : the tender
> best and
choice.
Urn maijulficeut stream, the -pfifectrruVUiuus I John M. Graham and R. C. Lov- --- -- .- good future for us. In Mr. Barcu the .;' )..= ; :,,0.7"' "'= ,.::!.'.., -
iS t ,r.; .: 0'1 ..i1rray, a little' more if ntrol.e and
; iu the mirror-like surface, Hldge; oil map drawing, IJtv. J. A. died it masterfully quoting from a Commercial think) lias a very competent !'J _" SBf i}1'"t. ., II;yY' T :.; 't
--__ { --ffJ{! ,z put something in your fctomacbvhiiili
the
thoughtful mind typify reflections and efficient manager. lie l'9.idthe f t.h-; ( ""
to a Heudry C. I... Bitteoger and Mrs. great many authors and poets. She "J' :r'

of Dirty through the' soul Fannie Whittingten. n'Rw lb emphasis aud animation Advocate office a call and being .'l.l'J- t:; ; ::....... \ will put flesh on your

I still for it a : 1/ bones::; and strong blood in
is J.'f.'J.I your
'\: when humau thought In making their decisions on essaysand ; and fornot herstlf in her subject and a great believer in printers' ink he I .,: ;>'

b then the Divine imago becomes perfe orations the judges were to at the conclusion was warmly applauded left an ad and enrolled his name on Isi heart.EDWARDS .

'te l through humanity. Just as our subscription list.-Duunellon
< grade the same us follows: Subject showing her popularity BROS.

the moving! of the water produces matter, :35 per cent; delivery, 20 percent among herseho.il friends. Advocate. !Stalk 2 aud .1 City )Market Ocala ria.rL .

broken reflections! !so does human ; diction, 25 per cent; generaletfectiSpcrceut. Miss! Evelyn Curniway, of Fellow- PeltonHardin.A I

thought admit only imperfect recognition In and L J! :!!!!] -!lc'J! iL
map drawing, show, read a most thoughtful quiet home wedding was eolem-

of our divinity. accuracy :5 per cent; completeness! well prepared essay on the subject, ized at the residence of Mrs. E. R. '-- -- '-

ego i IIt'Il ever has or can do justice to 25 percent; coloring, lettering etc., "To What Extent Should the State Bliss 22 Cedar street, in Jacksonville, JAS.M.GRAHAM:: President. cao. W.nJE, Vice free

Silver r+ .rlugs. To see, them olle'setlf 25' per cent. Provide Higher Education?" pointingout the 10th of March.
Tuesday evening
is the only means of appreciation.herself in The pupils were given the following the great achievements that have The contracting parties were Capt. The First National Bank

Nature surely surpassed subjects to select from: been accomplished by men of educa
Chas. i. Pelton, of New York, and
giving beauty to those springs! and For Intensive Farming believed that educationwas
,I R"Ia's-.Does tion. She no Miss Grace E. Hardin, youngest OF GAINESVILLE.The .

I language is far to tame to undertakea Pay and Why?" "To What Extent too high for the state to furnish. daughter of Mrs. BlissThe ceremony -

description. Should the State Provide Higher Her paper was in every way creditable. was performed by Rev. J. Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
MRS. JAMES DOCGLAS.
Education?" Edgar Wilson. Only the immediate Capital. . . . . . . . . ... . . S50.000 00 ;

Mora Riots. For Orations(either affirmative or I This completed the essays and the relatives of the bride were present.Mr. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . .>0XX',( ( uuDoesexclusively

1 follows: a banking business, with facilities equal to bank in the
negative.) "Resolved, That an Isthmian judges awarded the prizes as will make their any
and Mrs. Peltoii
not
Pis-turbauces of strikers are
state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporation,
disorder Canal should:: be Built, Owned Fir t\Ii1's: : Annie Edwards, of Ocala;
nearly 1 as grave as an individual home in New York city. Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business

of the fynteiu. Overwork, loss and Protected" by the United States." ft.'condH*s Americus Pillans, of the transacted! promptly.
10-17 H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier.
of letp, nervous tension will be followed "Resolved, That United States Senators Electra school!; third, W. B. Mayfield, Mr. Emmet Robinson leaves Thursday

I by utter collapse, unless! a re. Should be Elected by Direct of Flemington, for Okahumpkee, where he has
is immediately eru-
liable\ remedy
1lo't-I! There's nothing HO efficient Vote of the People." The first name on the list of the accepted a position.. The Florida Fertilizer Manuiacturing Co.

:. to cure disorders of the kidneys or For either Essays or 8pt'eehell-"A contestants in oratory was Herbert '

liver as Electric: Bielers. It's a wonderful Young Man's Chances iu the Twentieth Counts, of Ocala. The subject of his Gainesville, Fla.

tonic, and affective nervine and Century." "The Requiremeuss oration was, "Resolved, That an RUTSThe

the greatest all\ round medicine fur of the Twentieth Century for Character. Isthmian Canal Should be Built s
run down frystems. ItdUpels nervous- High Grade FertilizersEspecially
and ." "Industrial Education the Owned and Protected by the United
and neuralgia,
tie''!>, rheumatism
i j tjpels! malarial t'rUls. Only 50c. and Need of the 8)uth." Slates He handled the subject in a walking sick, whata

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satisfaction Ruranteed by the Auti- I). H. Mizon, of Flcmiugton was I IP ft admirable manner and his oration crowd of them there adapted to Florida soils and products. Special
are ;:
Mouojioly; lung: store aud 'Tidings the first on the program and the sub was instructive as he gave a great Brands for Fruits, Potatoes, Melons, Cotton Lettuce, Cub,
Persons who and
and ( thin
'o. -. ject cf hit essay was, "Does Intensive deal of information on the s-ubject. are Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price SLCA.

A Bum Game. Farming Pay and Why?" The subject lIe cited the Suez Canal, owned and weak but not sick enoughto per 5u-pound sack ._._.__.____ .

That is the way the Gainesville :Sun matter of his ('slayHi very excellent protected by England; the encroachments go to bed."Chronic .
iligttyt alt 1'ricc Paul Tor Dry BUIlt"
I describes the game between the Stet- and.towed! that he had givenit and warlike preparations::; of cases" that's W. C.Joiionl-!' .1gent_ Ociilu, 1'iii$

' I eon and K. F. S. team played iu that very practical study and also show Russia and he stated that while some what the doctors call them,

I city Thursday afternoon ed his familiarity with practical and philosophers, and scholars dreamed
, "
which in common English isTutusnii! > 11 }'Ialts.
, Thetiuu says: To use: vulger ex- scientific farming. that national and international disputes -I

tree lon, the rottenest game of ballevrrsrrn means-long sickness.To .
: Miss Jennie Carraway's essay was in this and coming centurieswill HANHE MOTHERS'CASH
I on the Jaiuedville diamond 1
9 exceedingly interesting: and was especially be settled by arbitration, the stop the continuedloss

,,{i occurred those who Thursday witnessed afternoon it were anti notable for its splendid great governments of the world con- : of flesh they need MAIL ORDER HOUSE 3

: thoroughly: disgusted. In fact a epigrams Her subject was "Require tinue to )build war ships and bigger Sct>tt's Emulsion. For the

*I. E our tier left the grounds before the ments of the Twentieth Century for guns, and to hold her own among the feeling of weakness they Wholesale Liquor Dealers. F

J i I gal iiie was over, for E. F. S. and Stet Character." nations the United Mates has to t
I ion were -.II unevenly matched in the need Scott's Emulsion.It Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers m Win. J. Lemp
: ,. mattrtvfeflekncy in the national She was followed by W. B. Mayfield put herself on s.n equal war footing Brewing Vs St. Louis Beer.

f. game that the contest did not appear of Flemington on "A: Young and to this end an Isthmian canal i is makes new flesh and

_* interring. Man's Chances in the Twentieth Cen- almost imperative. gives new life to the weak 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville FIn

, "Ik was a bad day for the E. F. S. tury." lie was well at ease and 1m Robert Burford and Harry Shaw of system. ,

teem work rnii'i: LIST! .I.OX .tl'PLi't'I'lOS.
Not only was their very ;
:
reference to the :strenuous life of Mr. Ocala, were the other two orators

II J Moor, -ui they weutagaiustoneof the Scott's Emulsion gets '__. -a- __
Roosevelt and especially the P.ooker contesting, both discussing"A Young
. etrousteotlegr., teams in the state, thin and weak out
_ and when. a fame{ to playing ball they Washington incident created an Man's Chances in the Twentieth persons a@eg@ eSO G Ces. e&.a

) .' 'teu'.t tn ,t".* audible smile throughout the au Century." Each handled the -subjectso :3f the rut. It makes new,

"' The StM.ii! boys are all clever\ dience. skillfully, eloquently, cleverly and rich blood, strengthens the I READ I

Wl!: ,,, d| I.vs! and made
" i many
MK Amerk'us Pillans. of the Elee- adroitly that the judges in voting nerves and gives appetitefor
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foil. ball
;;;- .Ie. They are also good
demon- tra school, was next and her essay on upon their subject matter, delivery, ordinary food.Scott's i ..
V -0 \A j.' h fact was fully
"The of the TwentiethCentury diction and general] effect tied each
mat''t: Requirements I IThe Florida TimesUnionREDUCED
Emul-ion
4 i can be :
4 '(,uitF'.Ide* of DP Laud, one ofl' for Character" was a very orator scoring the same number of

, ':? -' .b! .iiwas manager of the finished production aud especially i points and the judges finding it impossible taken as long as sickness

-41 S'c'L and developed the fact lasts and do all the SUBSCRIPTION I
f mi good RATES.
41 from a literary point of view. She:: to come to a choice decidedto
t.o.I: Uht-i how to handle his D.ILAXIJ :'CSD:1F.one .
41 n. placed the age of Chaucer, Elizabeth, divide the first and second prizes ,g, Moath."stage paid S '. 1St VI ;
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41 i1 time.There's A Three Months, postage paid ...... l.Mx .--
4 --. Queen Ann Johnson, Seott and among them equally, giving the third new strength W Months: postage paid .. .... ... ..;..,' Aft W
One Year, w.tagepaid
Ceneral Fosters Report. Victoria in juxtaposition and drew prize to Herbert Counts. e } .
mil flesh in: every dose. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION $1 50 A YEA
4JI Vs are in receipt Adjutant (Jeu- very marked deductions from t>:\eh. The following were those who contributed o aetni.i \Viekly Edition ....six Months ; "
Semi-Weekly Edition ... OUt Year :..'
eralJ Cliironl II. Foster's repoit. It showing conclusively that the twentieth maps for the contest: Carolina We will be glad 0

-II compriMs hometluug over one hundred century requires higher standards Pasteur, Ocala school, Annie to send you a few : .\0: *., lmumcatlOuand remittances should be addressed to .
doses free.
pages and gives a full report of and greater ideals. Her deliverywas Christian, McIntosh school, Ellen
e THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. :;
4 the military eflicieucy of the state and very graceful and the applause Cromer rcInto:>h school Attahula tr HP. t''it this pi tre. in ,
tt Of a la&rl l .s < n thew
IU equipment. The report also conJ given her showed that she renderedher Beck Central school A, : et cry buttle ot
/ ar ., Lou I' :, YOU buy.
talae. eulogies to Gen. J. J. Dickisou part sucee::.sfully. The prizes were awarded in the al e SCOTT & BOWNE, ISuBSGRIBEL;

/ who died in this city last August and :Miss Annie Edwards, of Ocala was order named.In Chemists I i i

/ to Capt Cbarlea B. Bpratt who died next on the program and her essay delivering the prizes, Supt. Cam 409 Pearl St., N. Y.

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THE OCALA' \NSER, 11 fARCH 211, 1M3

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ALTON TRAINMEN MAY STRIKE. BURDICK'S WILLIS -- -- stances give evidence that they put- upa -I FLOOD SITUATION i? I Eczema, Psoriasis Salt ,3.


flsht, alse they would not have been

Believed that Balloting on Proposition kilieJ. Their bodies were rifled of Rheum Tetter and
Acne :
Will Begin at Once. MADE PUBLICNames everything of value on them. The NOW CRITICAL ,

Chicago, March 14.-'The grievance traces bad been cut and the horse had
Belong to that class of inflammatory and'n: :
f committee of the Chicago and Alton beta allowed to run wild. The cover eruphN tkj
cause more genuine bodily dukoraJurt J.D.l! worr t>un .H
> rothfr
trainmen, which has been in session in and body of the stage were shot full Lower Mississippi Points In ....
Executors of Will and diseases. The impurities or sediments uhu h < ole! t sn the vtni .
.
Chicago tor the past two months has of holes.It ...
of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of' flimiM; ,
returned home and last night at a secret Guardians of Children.CUTS is thought by the Guayamas authorities Imminent Danger. the blood M
the
taken up by saturating system with .fld! lMnwa' ud .
were ..
,
meeting of brakenwsk and con tbat the perpetrators
-- that ooze out through the glands and of the skin
pores }>ro "
ductors made a report, says a dispatchto eome of the bandits who have taken'r'fuge HIGHER WATER IS EXPECTED. and M ,
CENT scribable itching and
OFF WIFE WITHOUT A burning,
of the "zcea.A..rtailr..ei.rur.... .
The Record-Herald from Bloomington in the mountains back '
the yellow, watery fl'scharge forms ae a ear for E *... I -M .-,,?
Ills. Yaqui river and were watching for Al- into crusts and sores or little brown with it for 96 MM tu *it4 .. !

It is understood the officials of the Claimed Burdick Did Not Employ At. varedo. Friends of the murdered and 1 remedieswtthas1e4 ................*...

road refused to grant the increased! torney to Draw Will, but Dictated It rancher say that he had little money I Continuous the slcia hitescabsthatdropoff tender and raw. The leaving effect iy u.ic.iui.a few ""I...WM.., t ..I.........-.-... I

wile demanded, but agreed to equal. with him at the time. ais w. o. .tWt.. I,
To His St-nographer-Obje May : of the poison may cause the skin to nu i at wtuu, j.,
any advance by the Waba&h: or other Alvaredo had been married only two
w.ra Rapidly. r crack and bleed or give it a scaly, fishy appearance, *':*in the truptiun I
competing road. Be Filed by Attorney mcnths. With him were Senorita yy
I consist of innumerable blackheads and pimpltOf! herd! rH IIB I
It U generally believed the Chicago Julia Berido and Senorita C. II, Gon- March 14.-There wasa ttw .
Buffalo, X Y., March 14.-The will! New Orleans the face. Purification of the blood is the only rrnirl for thane vu MM etc
IIIIld Alton trainmen win immediately sales. both of prominent families in of the r\t-r herein
decrease In the rise diseases. Washes hide
and for
of the late Edwin T. Burdick. murdered powders can only a tine the jltru
voting, the question of that and both of whom were the official
commence upon country Today
24 hours.
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in his home here Friday Feb 27 the past blemishes. S. S S. enul Atn all IMIISOBOIU *fc
striking, and that unless there is an murdered. reading was 188 net. a lations antidotes the Trie ti
and
was made public today. Burdick cuts II gauge other an& ...
increase in pay the employes will go for divorce rise of one-tenth of a foot. restores the blood to its wonted !
off his wife! who he was ueing: purity ** 11I-"-
out simultaneously with those of the DEAD. river is now seven-tenths of a and revitalizes .
BERNARD The the
without a cent. He leaves PRINCESS sluggish lr .Uu ,
Wabash. The outcome of the balloting of hi ;, foot below the recoid of ISn;. The ties off through the tutuialrelieve Lisa
$,5110"> to relatives and the rest: pass < .. 1M

will not be known until next week. property to his three children share I End Came Suddenly to Lady With Variegated seriousness of the situation is increaa- the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely "KhJt. .....

and share alike. The *ill was made ;, Career. ed. however, by the continuance of purifier. It contains no Arsenic. Potash or other harmful: lIuarl"

FATAL MISTAKE OF DOCTOR. Dec. S. 1902.: Mr. Burdick; names as Berlin, March: 14.-Princess Bernard rakiy weather, which is softening the Write us about your case and our physicur.- ill ad!K IW'i a i!.h .ut eltrp

executors of his estate Augustus B. of Saxe-Weimar died suddenly Wed- levees all along the Louisiana line. We have a handsomely illustrated hook on skin dt'.e.'s<.* wV.; h mil: hetlnt

Made an Injection of Atrophine In- Kellogg, George H. Dunston and G. C. nesday near lIa.no\'t'r. She was seized Large forces continue to sack the free to all who wish it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. AIUUG

stead of Morphine. Miller. He names Charles Parka and with convulsions while driving with city front and the engineers are still

New York, March 14.-A telegram to Risey Tucker, his business associates, I her: husband and expired two hours hopeful that the local line of embankments

The Journal from Marseilles says according as guardians of his three children. later in a wayside cottage. i I II will stand the strain imposed I
to a Paris dispatch to The Her- ,
The petition for the probate cites !. The princess was of obscure origin on them. Flying gangs were dispatched szs2s2sz '' ''=5'i'5'i'SO25'i'5'i'! SO!szsssssssss! II"

aid that Dr. Mlchaud. a surgeon on the the following as the heirs at law and I and was born in Lubeck. It was for her to difeent: points during the nighton 'tI
steamer Laos, of the messagerles! maritimes ; FLORIDA RUBBER
next kin of Burdick: ,I that Bernard, second son of the late reports which reached the engineers STAMP'iORKS
has just met a terrible deathon '
Alice H. Eurdick, wtdo'W.Iarin; Prince Hermann, of Saxe-Weimar renounced -I of weakening spots, but they
board the vessel. I I Manufacturers of SealKllMMT MMIII"' |.*. S Iraei4... ,.....
Burdick. aged 15. daughter Carroll his name and royal rank were in every instance found to be ex
.
lIe was in the habit of Injecting ; I:. I Krnpli SlamiK and !Supplh'i\ \ >- ''La.l. :f, I .
Lewis Burdick, aged 12; Alice Hull about two years ago and received for aggerated. hours Special Httfiitinn in niai'orilrr: .

vessel morphine made and a on mistake the last voyage and injected of the Burdick, aged 10, daughter. i: himself and his male descendants the I Ij |I Both banks above the city are being When in the city give us it rail

The petition for probate gives no def. name and rank of Count von Crayen- !i guarded to prevent the cutting of thelevees.
atrophine. lIe discovered his j
soon error finite idea of the correct valuation ofBurdick's i burg. Tre deceased princess was. before 221: 'Inila'-IrN'I.' JlPLMeHtiM. ...
but kept perfectly calm and :
related -
estate. The petitioners! estimate -! she married Prince Bernard the I Rumors of break in the levee at Ar
his experience to some military t.5 5 .S2SBBm5"'c.5'25Z5m.525mR5l515' SZSZ52S ZfA
the value of his real propertyat : widow of the Marquis Lucchesini, an Rumors of a break in the 1 levee at Arlington -
doctors on board the ship until the
$400, manifestly too low, and ht! per 4 Italian. When the marquis marriedher are untrue. Governor Heard
moment of his death, which occurred
sonal property at 1,000 and upwards. i in London in 1900 she was 87: yearsof was in communication at 10:30 with
!fei an hour.
I Burdick it is said, made his will I age, but was a graceful and accomplished the forces in charge of the work there.

without the aid of a lawyer, dictatingIt woman.Owing They said that the situation on the t sa
TYPHOID STILL EPIDEMIC.Two ,
to his stenographer in his own office to her variegated career the levee was unchanged; that it was being -

Frederick! B. Hartzell, attorneyfor family of the marquis declined to receive heavily sacked, and that there was J
More Students at Cornell Succumb 1 I
Mrs. Burdick, was asked today if his wife whereupon he gave up hope of holding it. A constant rain
to Disease.
there would be any objections to the his family.!! II fell during the past 24:! hours at Baton
Ithaca N. Y.. March 14.-The death
will so far as he and his client are con I Rouge and its vicinity. ConstipationVAKtS
of students at Cornell from typhoid
cerned."I FOR BUttDICK INQUEST.
now numbers 22, the deaths of R. S.
can't tell there be." '
yet; Biliousness.
may
Knapp a sophomore. Waved, and Stage of 38 Feet Expected.

H. N. Rockwell, a freshman, in Pike, Dr. Seth. T. Payne and Wife Summoned Memphis, Tenn., March 14.-The river 4 and Qai Com:-truon'.

being the last reported. PASSENGER TRAINS COLLIDE. as Witnesses. rose five-tenths of a foot here in the ,
Batavia N. Y., March 14.-Mrs. SethT. / Z ee ("ert.,,", In r. .it T1Pl.rho' i
Both these students had been here past 24 hours, the gauge today marking :
Several Injured on Nashville, Chattanooga Payne, of Buffalo, whose husband is I ,, the -' n gr.d T' ,I
only a short time. Knapp was one of 36.1 feet. 7 ;
and St Louis Road. last "
Batavia dentist arrived here
,
the best basket ball players in the university a All indications still point to a stageof i
LIVER
Chattanooga Tenn., :March 14.-A night. She was followed by a detec 0 Pith
and had played on the 'varsity 38 feet at Memphis by Sunday or y
few minutes after 2 o'clock this morn- /j tive. She later had a conversation >
team up to a few weeks ago. Monday, and possibly a few more ANDTONIC PELLETS
lag passenger trains Xo. 4 and Xo. 3. with Dr. Payne over the telephone this )
inches week. The wateris F
Only two new cases have been reported during next
in 24 hours. of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. morning, the exact nature of which rising about 6 inches a day, and local UK; Ruod blood, goud d. "nlion .nd r".J .

Louis railroad collided! on the main I could not be learned. Observer Emery of the govern- Iht mall m your ibetki Illmoca' I.h" PHb .noll

I Big Prices for Pictures line near Shell Mound. Tenn., head-on It Is believed that Mrs. Payne came ment weather bureau, believes that Toni Pellet gent!) aaa"L "tll'S. Free +i: .

New York. March 14.-Tne highest and five members of the crews were In. I here to consult a lawyer relative to this rate will be continued for three or tooklel/ ill de.lers III .n.o. 10.1

price paid at the sale Just held her Jured. I her appearance at the Burdick Inquest, four days more after which it will BROWN MFC. CO.
Officials in this city state that No. 3 !! for which the detective has a subpoena I
of 71 pictures. 11 of which are said to gradually slacken.A .
should have waited at Shell!! Mound for I her Vork cadOrccnc.iik
for Mrs. Payne to appear.
have been in the DePeyster family tor report from OaruthersviHe, Mo.,
No. 4 to take the switch at that place j LatH in the day both Mr. and Mrs j'Tens.
many years, was $3,300 for "The Glean.er" I' this morning says: that the work on the
but instead of doing so, ran through j Payne were served with subpoenas to .
\ by Jules Breton. The purchaserwas new levee is progressing night andday.
and met Xo.I about half a mile this! '
the Burdick Buffalo
at inquest at
J. H. ThfJrntou. of Houston Tex appear The immediate country around
I
side of the switch. At the time of th* I
The total receipts were 18612. Amongthe tomorrow. the town is cohered with from 3 to 5
collision No. 4 was slowing down, but j
buyers were John Mack 0. Thompson feet of water.All .
No. 3 was at full speed. Mark C
| STRIKERS RESPECT INJUNCTION.
L. C. Kranthoff Louis Levien J. outward bound boats are loaded
Pond engineer of Xo.I., residing in i
R. Graham J. H. Dow L. R. Mitchelland with men and supplies for the flooded
this city was seriously injured, suffering -i
G. T. Rafferty, of Pitts burg. Transfer Companies of Kansas City districts for distribution. The patrol

a broken. leg and jaw and other Seek Aid of Courts. boats are running along their respective POST OrFKT: 1MC1 <: !MOIll.. tat U. I. 11. *.
fractures. He Is in Erlanger hospital
British Coal Shipments Over.. i I Kansas City, March H.-At least beats increasing the quantity of -
here and die.
may Engineer Ola
New York. March! 14.-To all intents : eigth additional transfer companieswill material already on hand at threatened
Hulse of No. 3, received serious In1ur-1 ask the federal court here for an ,
the American demand for points and the engineers aboard
and purposes ies to his neck but will are .. .. ..._..tr.V"F .'
order restraining their striking em un"""""""" 5a rry NU Lti-5c """' Grr? h
British coal is now over, according to I inspecting the levees.Mississippi .
was brought to his home In this city. ,
the London correspondent of The Tri! ployes from interfering with the trans.
Fireman Ayler, of No. 4. residing" ia .
their business. The
action of peti.tlons.
bune. At rate the inquiry has Levees Break. '

fallen! flat and any such shipments as are this city, and Smith of Xo. 3. residingin which have already been drawn ratC'hez.li5s.: .. March 14.-The Misslsslppi 0 ,
Nashville! were slightly injured by make the contention that interfere STRA now going forward are mainly the fulfillment Jumping from tift-ir engines.Mail up. rive r. which broke over the i

of old orders. Clerk vV. S. Cox, of Marietta, ence with wagons on the way to the private levees at Ashland. .Miss., 40 w1, t
depots and shippinj'ards/ U In violation miles from this place, last night has
Ga.. slightly injured.
was
America Subscribed Generously. of the Interstate commerce laws. widened the gap in the levee and the

Stockholm. March 13. The famine Express car Xo."hkh was empty The injunction granted last night to surrounding country is being floodedby

relief commission has received total was wrecked and the f'ngtnes"ere the Kansas City Transfer companywas the waters.

jubscriptions amounting to about J2oS.-:!:: damaged There to a considerable extent. respected! by the strikers today. Fifteen thousands acres. of cultivated I WHOLESALEs
were no passengers injured. I
000 of which $&5,000 was sent from LADY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. land will be covered with the flood,
The wrecking crew from this city went
America. and It is feared that farmers
aud stock
to the scene and cleared the track of
the wreckage this morning. Found In Berth of Pullman Sleeper raisers throughout that section will ,

NEWS BREVITIES. With Her Throat Cut suffer: greatly. .

GUAYAQUIL CONSUL RETURNS The merchants packet, St. Joseph. I LIQUORDEALERS
> Prevalence of the grip is felt in Atlanta Charleston. S. C., Match 14.-TetanoJesado. has been temporarily withdrawn from !

and physicians! are kept busy. Declares It Would Have Meant Sure apparently a Spanish womanof the Atchafalaya river trade to carry ,

culture cut her throat this morningin on relief work in the water-stricken i
The jubilee gifts presented to the Death to Have Remained.
her berth on a Puiiman car just before district. The vessel has left for Ashland
pope will probably be snt to the St. New York. March 14.-The steamer 51

Louis exposition Allianca. from Colon, arrived today, j The entering woman the took Charleston passage at yards.Jersey to remove the farmers the stock have and had such timeto C AL A FLOIl II I ) A. ;
i property ,
A strong effort is in progress to and among the passengers was George I
!lived at
City and is believed to have .
have Georgia well represented at the Sawter. recently appointed U. S. consul save.
that place.. Sbe had a berth tnga.f.ifor
Theer here today is 3.4 feet above
St. Louis exposition. at Guayaquil, but who immediately
Charleston on the coach : is the danger line. A heavy rain whichfell
returned to the lniad States
Cracksmen yesterday blew a on arriving
open switched off the through train at this -- -
throughout the night, has increasedthis
safe at Asbevillf, but found only 20 at his post having been alarmedby point.

t oats" which they left in sgust. an epidemic of yellow fever.I morning. and the prospect is
She had and considerablebaggage
was told that it was sure death for money gloomy over the entire valley. IiiI
Brazil alleges that her action in re- and nothing unusual was noted
my wife and myself to stay there said I
gard to the Acre territory is due to a Mr. Sawter. lie said that when he about her, except her foreign appearance Improved Conditions at Evansville. 15)O Specialties : :

desire to enforce the Monroe doctrine. arrived at Guayaquil the death au rate
Arrangements have been completed< due to yellow fever had been veryhigh 30 idrs old. This morning when er is falling. Farmers who were driv- J f ff

for the track meet between the University for a week. Then rain set in the traia arrived at Ashley Junctionthe en from the lowlands are preparing to ]
'
Emory and ]Mercer at Athens and conditions became still Charleston coach was switched return and tie worst is believed to

on May 2. alarming. Mr. Sawter succeeded more I to the city. Just before entering the be over. The ,':!" age to winter wheatis I Royal Reserve

Miss Alice Roosevelt wishes to do Thomas Xast. the cartoonist yard, the potter went to the various heavy. The lowlands along Pigeon ..

berths to awaken the passengers and Patoka creeks are still under
and
some globe trotting. She is beggingher President Roosevelt has sent to the
father to allow her to visit the senate the nomination 9f Mr. Sawterto when he reached the berth occupiedby I water. Dispatches from points along FULL QUARTS, S3.50 DELIVERED.

Philippines be assistant appraiser of merchandise the Spanish woman he found it the White and Wabash rivers show an I
soaked with blood and the woman lying condition. 15)i
improved
Governor Aycock of Xorth Carolina, at the port of New York.
within, her throat horribly gashed
has refused to name delegates to the "
\ Maryland
and bleeding fearfully. She was Coal Operators Not Guilty
race convention suggested by the Wisconsin WAYLAID BY BANDITS.Six Strauss 76"
unconscious. Chicago, March 14.-Judge Chetlain

senate. Persons Murdered In Arizona StageCoach Immediately upon reaching the city today instructed the Jury in the trial

Grover Sapp a 15-year-old boy, committed .. she was taken to the hospital, where I of the Indiana coal operators to bringin

suicide near Eastman \\pitaes-- 4 she is being worked over by the "
Los Angeles, Cal., March 14.-A dispatch now a verdict of "not guilty. The jury
day night. lie had purchased some from Tucson, Ariz., to The Her- physicians. They say there is little was then disobliged. The court held i Rye

liquor from the dispensary at HawVlns- aid, says: chance to save her life. that if there was any violation of the ,

ville. It is not known just who she is be-
"Mexican bandits held up the stage Jaw on the part of the operators it wasa I 4 FULL QUARTS ':S6.00 DELIVERED.e .
J. Pierpont Morgan and party arrived which runs between Potam and Torin. yond her name whkh was marked on violation of the interstate law .and :

In Washington from the south yt-t en the Yaqui river in Sonora, on 'last some of her possessions, but efforts arebvinsr cot of the statutes of Illinois. Such

terday. All soon as Morgan arrived Tuesday night, killing all of the six made to locate and communicate being the case the offense is one for

his! presence was requested at the passengers. Among them was Fili- with some of her r rt-tatms and friends. trial by a federal! jury I

white house berto Alvar\do, a wealthy Mexican WHITECAPPERS ARE ACTIVE. --

discussion in Hawaiian Coin To Be Reminted.San .
The Sunday closing who owns a number of ranches along I

Macon has renewed interest owing to the Yaqui river. Arkansas Citizens Will Assist Sheriff Francisco. March 14.-Sixty-five

the fact that Rabbi Marcusou has announced I The authorities at Guayamas were to Maintain Order. thousand dollars of Hawaiian money j

:>.- that he will support the :Mas: !. at once notified. Wynne, Ark.. March 14.-Considerable I has been transferred from the United iI \\ handle everything pertaining to a tir-t t' ,'-

see ordinance Aha!ado and his wife had taken the anxiety prevailed here over an exposure -i States subtreasury to the local point Saloon and having a wholesale liaoM.i.n.. 'I. .

Prison Wanted Fcr Hotel, stage from Potam to Torin and the of an alleged gang of white- I This is the first consignment of Ha-

New York. March 14.-Sir William men no doubt thought they carried a cappers. radian coins to be melted and turned | Any Quantity and Ship in One SMpmtnt

Vanhorne while visiting President Palma large sum of money with them. The Eleven men are under arrest charged Zto United States money. 1

offered to purchase the state peni- stage carried very little mall, and with being members of the gang Ncted Spanish Lady Dead 1 Price Lists on application.I .

tentiary property, valued at $500,000, scarcely any money valuables.. The and implicated in the killing Monday Nw York, March 14.-Dona Angela ,

says The Tribune's correspondent at hoW-up took place about half way between I night of J. II. Brown, of Memphis, who Espartero is dead in a hospital here I Ordtrs'lillcd promptly same day a> rm t t i

Havana, his purpose being the erection the two towns. Just how the was here in the interest of a detective says The Herald's Lima Peru, corre-:

fit a $3,000,000 hotel with New York stage was attacked will never be agency. For two weeks the neigh- spondent. She was daughter. of the S Remember we are the only WhJ wle Liquor 1

and Canadian capital. The president known, as all the passengers and driv. borhood here has been terrorized at celebrated Spanish general, Baldomero | Dealers in Marion county.r" .

fs to takethe matter to congress and er were killed night and the citizens have determinedto Espartero, duke of VHtcria, regent of I .

use his influence to secure the sale. They were picked up the same afternoon help the shelf to maintain order I Spain, during the minority of Isabel '

of the traceds and the cireum.iii. II, grandmother of Ring Alfonso. ," J


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