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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 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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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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I VOL. AXXVI, NO. 35. OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 27, --1 ,03. DOLLAR A YEAR.111iI1i1111H11111111111i11i11i11111111111i1111 -
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" " " " 'in1111111111111111hllliti " " Miss Webster, of Kellview, was a Mr. Thomas Mitchell, of the mercantile Mrs. G.V.. Merrell after spending Mr.J. B. Borland, of Citra, a promInent

-- --- }pleasant caller! at this office Saturday. firm of Tremeretfc Mitchell of the winter deiightfi in Florida,and orange grower of both this and
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------ Belleview among the visitors to being much beneh'tied Lee is
was in health, has county in the city. Mr. Borland
-- -- Master Willie Mock went down to
-- Ocala Monday returned to her home at Carrolton, Ga. has strong faith in the profitable
-- -- Plant City Tuesday to visit his -
-- production of fruit once more In
,i I _- ---- friend, Master Willie Wilson. Mr. W. M. Gist of Mclntosh, and )Ir. William E.Sinclair. formerly of
! Marion county.Mr. .
E 1- Mr. H., S. Savage of Montague and Mr. Ocala but now of Mobile, Alabama

11 1---r Mrs.Jame* Robinsou Anthony, Mr. J. J. Tillis of Martel spent yesterday arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoonMr. J. W. Nance, a valued ellltrn
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-- and grandson, Mr. Hendricks, were
I -r iu town Sinclair will remain in Ocala of Anthony, and who for a long tlffl

I IN A BOX pleasant callers at this office Tuesday.Mr. Mr. Henry Stevens, the popular several weeks visiting his: parents and has been on the honor roll of this paper .

, and Ms. Christian: Ax, of Baltimore sisters. was a pleasant visitor to this o1noe
of Sunday -- -
jewler High Springs spent -
\! -:: If you want to write a uice letter you can do it if you have :12j ::: drove down Tuesday: from the in Oe Hl" with his parents, Mr. Dr. W. H. Powers went to Jacksonville Saturday. The Banner will vi-it hint

:: nice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and 5fz Meadows and ..nt the day shopping Monday to visit his parents and for another year.
! : paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many sty tea. z: I bp and Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
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his sister: Mrs. Shumaiier, of Ohio.
in Ocala. ---- --- :
------ Mr. Fred Oaskill:: returned Monday Mrs. Sbumaker will arrive fu Ocala in Mrs. Johnston l'l'u'ompth.b d.
! \ POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | Mr. L. J. Brumby editor of the daughter, Miss Maude Johnston, wbiJI
I afternoon from Candler, where he I a short while to visit Dr. Powers for
1 :;: Fruit Grower and Trucker has returned 1 spent Sunday. He was accompaniedhome several weeks. I I haLeen spending the pat two
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t from an extended business trip to by his sieter, Mrs. Holtzclaw. weeks in Ocala at Mrs. C. J. Philip'sou

j.. r- -.r Jacksonville.Rev. Miss Rose Fox, of Atlanta, who has South Third street returned to their
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J- Mrs. T. D. Dureu, of Brooksville, is been spending the winter in the city home Tuesday
-- D. A. Cole returned Monday
-- -- in Ocala and i is an inmate of the with her aunt, Mrs. Abe Brown,
-- afternoon from Gainesville where he
-- -- Marion County hospital. Mrs. Durenis return ed home Tuesday. Miss Fox A Sworn Statement
r-r 1 I, occupied the Kavauaugh Methodist: I This i is to certify that ou Monday
J accompanied by her father. Mr.
has many friends Ocala, who hope
I Church uuday.Ir. the 28 day of October, 1'JUl, IIurebl*
Mickler.
that she will visit us! again soon.
ed of The Racket Company, Ocala,

IUlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIUIIIII l! j lllllJlllllllllllllllillllllllllllll Carlo L. Sibtruuk returnedSuuday Mr.\V.P. Williamson, of Lake Kerr, I .\Ir. E.: M. Howard's newly remodeled Fla., a pair of their Touuluwi Brand
from Tallahassee:: where he I (
I formerly a member ef the board of home in the tlrst ward has been !' penitentiary made shot, and that I
has been for sometime past on prol
MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL NOT Miss Whetstone Alabama, is I itual l business-. I County Cominihfioners, was among handsomely painted and the groundsare have worn them continuously, m

FAWN AT Tllln'EETOF THE MAN WHO I visiting her cousin! n, Miss Bessie! ---- the pleasant callers at ttmoth'ce Mon being beautified. When the improvements since, and the upper' and aides Ire

HAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERITREACHED I Whetbtone. Dr. Faucher, representing Foley & day. are completed it will be still in good condition; and it i i. ou;
THE TOP OF THE HILL; NOR
eompanorChka; ii in the dty Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Pendleton, formerly cue of the prettiest places in Oc l h. telkftbat they are good for there
WILL IT KICK TUB MAN WHO ISOOINO Dr. J. M. K-tgleton went down to
I rod will make his hradquirtefoat the of Ocala, have moved from months more wear. Thi U fourtf a
DOWN IT. Lake \\VirTuewlay afternoon fora Mr. 1 S.: A. Raw Is, of the Florid
I Ocala House for a week or so. Charlotte: C. to Savannah, Ga., months wear that I have already received
---- --------- short vMt.Mrs. I Naval Stored Company of Jackson-
I where Mr. Pendletou will have his from these shoes, whose original
SAt ELIZABETH! EABEIS. Local Editor Mrs. W. B. Watson and little son, ville, who makes his headquarters cost ,l.-tS.
I 1 Mary E. McConnell is spending headquarters in the future. wai
who have been \'ii'itiogIr:!. Watson's in Ocala, ha rented an office in I. P. STCVKX8,

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. I a few days in the city, the guestof serer, Mrs. 0. E. Absnu, return edio I Mrs. Van Valzah and little daughter the Merchant's block and B having (Connor Flo.
Mrs. A. B. Brumby. Sworn to and subscribed befor
I their home at I Holder Wednesday.Mr. LoU, left Saturday< afternoou'for the same nicely fittei up. Mrs. m
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I January 2, 1003. W. W. CLYATT,
J. F. Edward of the Ocala Miss Jessie Owens, one of the most I - Daytona to join Dr. Vau Valzah. Ranis will arrive in Ocala soon and
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House, returned Sunday from Gaines successful farmers iu tln county, Charlie Martin, who has been They formerly lived at that i lace and they will make their home perma
spending the past few days in Ocala, Lost-Reward.
ville. was shopping in Ocala Monday. have decided to live there perma nently in this city.
the guest of Mr. Emmett Robinson returned Several thouitud dollars invested
Mr. James! Jocelyn, of Lake Weir, 5 il& nently. Miss Margaret Jones, the millinerfor (and lost) in lands in Marion county
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Mr. Robert Holly, of Connor, one of Tuesday to his work at Hinds.Mrs.
in the city the guest of Mr. J. R. -- ,- -- Mrs. F. E. Haskell has returned E. K. Nelson & Co. has returned without hfcviug first obtained an
the pioneer settlers of that section wasH abstract\ of title from the Marion
Moorehead. W. W. Clyatt, Mrs. W. H. from a visit to her niece Mrs. H. S. from Baltimore, where she has been
pleasant visitor to Ocala Monday, Abstract For
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County Surveyor Moorehead says Clark, Mrs. J. K. Wilson ana Mrs. K.II. Turner at Jacksonville. While away for the past sis weeks studying the see another column.I. .

that a canal to Silver Springs:: i i- entirely Mrs.V.. M. Porter, of Jacksonville, Seymour went to Tampa Saturdayto Mrs. Ha.kell, in company with :Mr,. spring and summer styles and purchasing N. KXPEKJENC*.

feasible: and he will contribute i H in the city, the guest! of her grandmother attend the Union Sunday School Young J. Allen, Mrs. Turner and new millinery.) The opening WANTED--- Three good- salesmenBd

some articles ou the subject to this ; awl her sister Mrs. John Convention F as delegates from theMethodist Miss: Alice Allen visited St. Augustine of this popular firm will be held in a collectors. Apply to riingtr Saving '

I Croft. church of this city. for a few dliJs. few days. I Machine Co., Ocala, Fla. _twit
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TaaeLi.esans! "ap'ai:s: Un: : l V11A1 i ese gnrchase of iaslt:! ast'e hsd'e the 1ISi., CLiIi9S! ad bies' Mssla UterTe1r ai: liittei R.1 !sole ?vitas : neb: e t sat in CCaSS.S : Lars a line, parita aHtt

gem i:1 Lit en ant 1Ie".cri"ei Tatle ]m: :!ask 1llczI.en, Towels, Crccet ad !::useilis e."e" w Of ": S-.nner:::: tinier: Vests. :o here selwill Loth ,..t.ln..n. if"i"..l.nw.. 1.:' C.ws.F e :0:.01. f'..lbS' 1:1. L w 0., 3., m l1 a.:tr'I Pg .
ant EeWstithet aii1s-i; 'l'le Crm tei S!=.re.1un: save tOW at Ut1ireeetei:0. : YC'J. see sn:h anamrtnet:: of tm gees I :
t Y WNY. lOT pmes. lowest Prices' at sash great v.l'Ces.: J prettiest!= 3-d :J.ltest ccers for E.1cter. 1'roef a.d Thep:::'s 3'r:; e '1ju'ror. 4 4OcaIa's

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Foremost) Showing of Novelty and Staple Dress Fabrics for Spring and Summer) .




I ) Largest! : and Best Selected Line of 'Dress Goods Ever Exhibited in te!) BricitCity.IMMENSE .


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STOCK Spring : FROM OUR STOCK lift :

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OCR The ladies all- "Oh! just to i l
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Summer Dry Goods, representing say, go material for your Easter go-Mi


I We with the demandt trl) 1
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a multitude of new weaves as pace
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wide in scope and variety as tlieyare in i e Fashion.

I If want to see Pretty Goods and Goods at reasonable i
finish and design, is noon exhibition, : you i Everything here is of the nc \M-I ,,


and we extend to our friends and patrons i :! prices. A congress of fashion is assembled at this Popular i I and at prices that defy competition.


who have been in the past a OUR GUARANTEE means t hat "
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so generous Department Store. just never saw so many pretty goods.

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I most cordial invitation to visit us. : __ __ ___________ __ _______ __ -E, everything must be right
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j Hero are some of the New Colored Dress :Fabrics too S'111 I 1p I!I Will I (jrrlve This, WeeK :
f i numerous to mention all. They are bewildering.Crape 1I
I' de Chalons, Tsatlie Silks, Silk Organdies, Embroidered We have many good things to show you in silks. Peau I j a large line Ladies Waists ( the Knickerbocker brand j in I II .

I I : Pineapple, Fantaisie Silk, PopHnette, Silk Chame Soir, Peau de Crepe, Wash Taftjetta. GuaranteedToffetta colors and white, some very pretty Lace anti Embroidcti

I bry and Ginghams, Tissue Etamines Persienne Rave Soie, Pongee plain and fancy in Foreign and Domestic weights '< eff cts. Styles graceful l and becoming from 75 ,ceuU *> -
i $2.)0. See 50 and lit u! cent ready madeaists in
4 Mercerized Foulard,. Mercerized Ziphyr, ,Embroidered Fancy Wash Silks at Ill i and c.0 cents per yard. See our i!: and colors. our whit I II I

Matta, Snowflake and Knickerbocker Suiting, Lena Mdras, Fancy Silks from (C5 cents to $1.00.! > !
Oxford Soliel Hosiery.I! Hosiery.(!II I. Hosiery.1)!)!'. I
I Luceine Embroidered Swiss, Golf Costume, I I Imported Volts ;;
; in all colors, Leno Silk Tissue, Pongee Silk Ziphyr, Mercerized i Most complete line and best values in ladies, and chit I
, Etamine Lorraine MercerizedGrass I In several desirable shades, especially adapted for Spring shown in j jI
Chambry, Mercerized drens fast black ( Onnex black ) Hosiery ever j

I Cloth, Oxford Damassa. Exquisite Line of 5, S, it'i,I i cos t umes. Ocala, including Plain, Richelieu, Allover Open Work, I '

Viand 15 cent Colored Lawns, Batebte: Dimities Swiss, etc. Laces and Embroideries Galore.Quantities i Drop ::Stitch in Cotton and Lisle, Black Grounds, Silk 'Kinbioidered -
"r I in Continental and Floral Designs. Come aDd I j I
Dress (Goods. are enormous. If want to see what is .
Beautiful and) Dainty White you see those beautiful goods.Many I
newest and most charming in l:+t:: and Embroideriescome -
An exquisite line of the very latest and choicest creations and inspect our stock of Valenciennes Cluny, Tor Novelties I lij) Ladies Nec wear I

of the season in fancy weaves, also immense stock chon, Point de Paris, Galloons, Appleques, Insertings and Thy ;uv (divam; .nl, I Iwuuu, third [t" "m>]uiv tli>- .idiuiru

of plain sheer goods in French I Paris, Persian: and India allovers, Escurial medallions, Cream and White Silk Laces, tion ot the fair oIH>-.. f
,... Lawns Batiste Pineapple Fiber, etc. See our 40 inch India I' -- I
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Double Edging and Inserting. The choicest as well as-the

,j! "1 prices..hite.Lawn in Ocala.at 10, lx?{ and 1.;) cents. Best value for these .1 i: inexpensive.Allit Embroidered kinds are Fronts here in for great Ladies quantities.Waists. See our I LINE 1[ WUIIlIV'[ I HIGH GRID? [ FANCY I J illlnWRV. [ I i ij ij

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I have outdone themselves and so has our buyer. Remember, our facilities for buying are F i iI
I The merchants 1 are respectfully invited to visit this Department on the second floor i iI

I We will be pleased to show them through. The counters and shelves are overflowing as the very best. f fI


I never before with Dry Goods, Novelties, Notions, etc. We have many bargains in this t

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I i i' THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 2), IJ3. 1

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SOME IDE 1S FOR OCALA. BELLEVIEW LOCALS. III!!!

HON. R. W. DAVIS
\lrll. W. G. Cogswell was tht'c'harm- Mother
I Mr. W. J. Kountz Makes Some Vaiau- .. F
lug hostess, oil Friday of last week, at j ,>
able Suggestions. -
a Ladies' Matinee Whi-t, twelve
Mr. W. J. Kountz the prominent
FOR GOVERNOR.i!i ladies participating in the game. iBurns
capitalist of Alleghany, i'a who i is at
Mrs. Frank Pilot and Mit-s: Mae I 0t
the Ocala Horse has evinced cous'ulerai.le -
n ti French (being the lucky winner ot |
interest in Oeala's future and ,
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that and second prizes. And on Tue! :
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talks very iutereMinily of the possibilities Her "Hand &e
day the wiine party of ladies were t u- or
i Decided to Enter Race---Mr. Harris
Has Definitely of the future development of
oa Children+ fail.
tertained by Mr*. L. L. Hopkins and I y .*
the I <
city.
anti Mrs.[ Benedict, her charming =y against the stove
Interviewed by Times-Union and Declares :Mr. Kouuiz: it will be remembered,
daughter. This time ;Mrs. Willis Ian I-
some
I purchased and still owns the old First way every

": He Can Best Serve State at Home. I National Bank: building, now occupied Austin secured first and Mr.1'elo p J day in the .
: the coosolition prize. These "t-lit! tit
by the Commercial Bu.k and is t year.
the season" entertainments w its tlu-n
a large Pity tax .
paver.For
dainty lunches, and general gtllld feeling
fOft MR. n 1VIS.F one thing be believes in the
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VEIJY! LITTLE OPPOSITION PROBABLE ; are delightful! method of bnldiiiv!
: investigation of all natural possibilities -

-- .- that present themselves. The farewell tour departing "winter (
3 folks" for the annual spring exodus lf! nnph!
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close proximity of (Silver hpriugs and
1 11 ill Wot Enter th will soon begin and we uiUet'l le
the unknown source of the immense
\ .j for Governor. I lie- dowu to the calm of the g 1I.d volume of water rising therefrom,
summer: time. RELIEVES BURNS instantly draw out the fire eo.. So
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\ I cart Serve My State natural >tiw
together with the known
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNeil'and I and Heals the Burn without leaving an ugly scar. Kup"AX i'

: lla! Home as Editor wells or biuks in and around Ocala their two little daughters left'llmr-, CAMPH in your home. You need it tvery day. Try PAr...,ulJptl

has sucgebtul to him the possibility FOR COLDS IN THE HEAD CATARRH HAY
FEVER. t...
lnner.15'rntlc day for the East Coast, after a pleasant t
of Ocala! being situated immediately -- --- -
.: six weeks in Belle view. SOLD ONLY IN 25c SOc AND $1.00 BOTTctb
overahrge subterranean stream. If
\ Mr. C. T. Tmk, who went north in ---- -- -
this is true power could be derived AT ALL OOOD DRUGU1ST&
( March 2(5.-The the early part of the winter, called
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therefrom that would be of almostincalculable 7itxr- **xznmji :nx*
there by the death of his mother, i is
I : -Union today.. publishes
value. But even if only
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now enjoying the beauties and smoke: for .a It' h.\ .Ii-U""lt..l l.i limit '...r. '
; : an outlet was discovered sufficient to
of PitUburg, the guest of :'lr.l1ull -..
Harris the editor of I carry otl'all the drainage of the city it -
1Irl.It'Clurp, Belleview property
Banner who has been would still be of immense value, I
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mentioned in con enabling the construction of a tine I owners.Mrs" Henry Cunningham dud FERN Hill RYE !

sewerage system at a minimum cost.
with the campaign for Tuesday afternoon after an illness of
I Mr. Kouiit/ suggests that the city go
stated yesterday two w koht':: was buried Wednesday -
to the expense of digging a haft sevenor
morning. She leaves a husband
> positively would not eight feet in diameter to a depth of K. ROSENTHAL &
and five children to mourn her loss. SONS, DUtilltri, Cincmniti., 0
: a hundred or more feet, not only to
i i Mr. and Mrs. Jan. llardee, of Dut-
I Harris is in the city for a avertain the location of this suUer-
ton, formerly of this place, broughtthe
I : :: und was seen by a mean stream or outlet but to also t _.._ ;ttA --r
body of their year old daughter to
demonstrate exactly what soil or
of the Times-
Belleview: Saturday night. The funeral

for an expression in ref- minerals may exist right at our feet. was held Sunday from the Baptist This is the Wiskey you htar people 'talku. ; atM'ft!

Mr. Kountz illustrated his idea by when "That Uhi.-ki ..
to the race, and said: church, iutermeut iu the Belle- they say \ Ih

I stating that a few years ago in con- view cemt'tery.Mr. held its place at the head of thi I i "!im.m
t I will not enter the race
I nection with his sons he established of High Grade Good for
Thomas Mitchell left Tuesday l11:1ntoll", :
Mr. Davis I '
see. brick works
large near PitUburgaud what?
for a trip south in the interest of the on
the race, and, in fact, that for some time they were I
new firm, the Belleview Trading Co.,
been pretty well under- paying about :1,500 a month for coal.
of which he is a member.Mr. IT'S ME"JSTRAUSS
some time. That i is He decided to experiment and rightin
Daniel Sykes, of Island Grove,

: of business, but I be his works sank a shaft and very spent Sunday with friends iu town.

shortly discovered u seven: foot vein JOSH.
I can serve my state & CO.
of coal and that biz monthly expensewas .
home as editor of the GAITERVILlE NEWS.
immediately shut off.For

You need not expect many year familiar with the The farmers of this section are very Distributors.

] me make that race." oil and natural gas station of Pennsylvania busy at the present with their ero('..,

:' time last fall or winter Mr. Kouuiz see no reason cattle, etc., notwithstanding the Ocala F'

Tribune suggested why it is not worth while experimenting heavy rains that have visited us so

.r of Frank Harris for in that direction. Finding often unite the past week. _-:- .. -.- ,.--- --

; either is largely a streak of good fortune :Mr. C. M. Wuitteu visited Early
of Florida and
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:' '. : ; : has been seconded but that good fortune will not Bird last week and! says on his trip 11'm1tt"1tf"' "' "' wnt'."" "m+ cnrrn,,,",,,,.n......
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'- couie unless you dig for iI. be saw fitIdof corn and pt>uuut
;. many of the state
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I I and men by of some the of state.the best Mr. I Another is the idea lending suggested the by this city gentleman for- a planted new idea iu unbroken in farming ground.if it will'ihis only is WKHKI.YI : I :: I I i


; has long been one of the tilt }promotion, under municipal, work. i

l t"I'I..tril" .LUsrl Brass, had the misfortune to ..
in moulding public opin- I o* Ih'l-hll'llIf..h.r company, ;
which would not the get thrown from a horse last week
is regarded of only supply
as one
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1 particulars."J writers in the south. !I I counumer with li ht"l hut :il-.o.supply receiving serious injuries, which I BAXXIk'SCU'BWNX I' I J

the Ocala Daily and power to the many uituiufaeiurers have ronfiiK-d him to the IIDUM f >r ir

I Banner, two of the best now in the city or industries or entt-r- a few ton)'!'. Hut we lire glut '" hr -- ..
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I in the interior of pristset to C'O:11". Th fc.ft that h* is improving. *- s*

": I Hiu'h i otter could !h,. olkiaiiied would Mr. Wiliistius: Clf rri'wsville, Fla., .. -- : ] 1I

'. Oraht Mr. Har have a tendency tu attract these iudu wljo was through this serrioii .last tWe
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that his town was >tru-> aid the daily! increase iu year huting lieefcuiilfvv:! through 0

fast, and that all of the demand for all clas-t.s ot electric! power here again I list week: on the same -- --:

I I toWns of the state were is very apparent. The pu,ibility business.Mr. !!. E L rI"J

better condition' this of utilizing Silver Springs fur power N. C. Dease, ferrymstu: lit Stoke, --J.J r r 1 1to

I they had b..11 for sev- was also dlhi-ussed. It is generally I I Ferry, is having a nice time accomiii ---

I and that the pros- believed to be feasible. I
I the future. were bright. Iu this very brief outline of some river liarinHi >o high.;; 1

the ideas of a highly succesaful: 1'1'I I I Uncle Joe, poor old fellow, is i tithe :-:- !have 111m 1.;!! :.1" :. g

.a. ( Club Entertained. there is room for profitable dicumionaud sick list thU week. But the old 5: can oiler the follow( ; !! :. : I ir

L ; afternoon the Married the city council and I board of folks say it serves me right for being vanee subscribers : 3z .

f Whist club was happily ottU-r- trade could do good work in bringingout such a fool. And I guess they are THE OCALA BANNER a I' ; .! d \ I

by Mrs. William Aujleivou at aud developing such sugg' ttions. about half right too.Mr. i: Weekly Titllc -r nion, .v'' : J oj ..

ul r weekly The -- -- A. W. Brass made a dying trip .
meeting. Death of fir. VI. D. Holley. THE OCALA BANNER and !I!,

F' the mouth \\>re awarded to After a loug illiu-w :Mr. W. B. Holleyone to HolderIouday.. ::: ..nV paper] {$1.75 a )'lar. SE
W. Davis and Miss Mr. R. D. Stokes is the smartest i
I Emily of the most highly esteemed citizens : THE OCALA BANNER and AtL: : ,- I
/ the former winning the r fellow in GaiU-rville, in the way of -- }
: I of Marion county died at his :::= Jounuil 1, 'i'' i. ;,=, a \c-ar.
a handsome hand painted joking, I mean. .
{ home ucarH'ouner Tuesday night and THE OCALA BANNER \
and Tin.
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; and the Utter, the The cemetery work is still freely I ; i
i was buried on Wednesday afternoon.Mr. I York \\'orld. 51.05;
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lovely gun metal belt j>in. talked but very little has been done vt-ar.
Holley, was a galleut confederate -
refreshments were served yet. We hope to soon: start the good THE OCALA BANNER and Allantt. !kstittition t l
veteran, a member of the Fourth I
Anderson sustained her work. ITXCLK Jut :: SI 1.75 a year.
Florida regiment, and was severely
as a charming hostess. wounded at Murfreesboro. He was a The Easterlings Drowned Out. E_: THE OCALA BANNER and I.i. ;i" ,' 1. v. 4

The Miami Metropolis March Jnh a- zinc $'.i 5 a year.
often you hear tt remarked : successful! former a true friend and an r i
a told," and few contains the following: ar
: a days exemplary citizen. lie was about

the man is on his back sixty live years of age.A "Up to Monday the Cutler tomato Cash :Must Accompany: *; ll ( )rckl i i

( : nii.! This is of such growers were happy over the prospectsfor ...

:, occurrence that a cold, how- Physician Writes."I a highly profitable season but that
:: Address THE OCALA
should not be disregarded. am desirous of knowing if theproft'f5sion night the heavens opened, the floods -_ : BANNER ft* Fdftda ...

in'd Cough Il iaedy coun- can obtain lIerbine in came an i to-day it may be said that = :: : -- .:
= CUT OUT THIS COUPON. FILL IN AND MAIL TO T MS Ah" ,t
any tendency toward pnemuI bulk for prescribing purges? It has the crops down there are nothing. ..
I I I It always cures and is pleasant been of great use, to me in treatingcases The Peters crop is practically all --4- .t -e *isis.firttitltrltitt..t. . . ._.

I Sold by ,\ati- lonoply of drowned out and also the Easterliugs.TLcsB : : I'VBLISUEK OCALA BANNER w
dyspepsia) brought on by excesses -- ..
tor m of overx\ork. I have never two were the largest tomato == l' Enclixsird find DuHir an t -

--- -- known it to fail in the growing firms in the state and po.sai-' : --_ ...
restoring or- + for which scud The -
Hose Fox returned to her home me Weekly BaMttr*odht ..
effected to their healthful act bly in the whole country. Together r
gans ...
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Wednesday after _
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spending ivity." oOe a bottle at the AntiMonopoly they had in the neighborhood of four r. one year ; <


r in Ocala with her aunt, Drug Store. m hundred acres. The smaller growers .-- iathritauner --

Brown. .She was accom down thereare all practically in the a Z:...
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Mr. is slid to have left same boat. There such y Name I. I
,. by Miss Addle Elkan, who has Morgan an wa a terrible Ii .--.
excellent in Cuba. Then rainfall that the water ltood'Hal 'a -
guest of Mrs. C. Rheiuauer impression -, 11 [\.0. .. ::
inches and in feet ..
some cases two *
xt: time he goes!: over, he won't a
time past, who will he her deep OH'r tbetoUlato ridgt'sand vines. .- } SUIt r

t a few days: before returning leave anything. A few small crops on the outer edgesof -t.a: .. ---
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} in, Selma Alabama. the higher prairies escaped but possibly .y ::
Orange groves are selling for $50,000 :: ttt t..bsiIFtftr t- /tt.tf _. t . t r.t. + -
i. not as much as forty acres in ::::
velvet bean has come to stay and 100000. It looks like the indus
and is a welcome visitor. try is pushing itself to tILe front again. the tions.whole Cutler and Black Point sec 71U1lIUIIJIIIIIIIIilllilllllllllllillllllliilil!1 1 1 '. i !' l l li' l'."il'uul" "uialC', :



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V 'L ,\ xx VL NO. :.5.j>. OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY :MARCH\ ;, :, l1O! :; T f ILL-\R A Y'A I


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\! rF. I In aid Holder t-nt yrter- i IN 'TrjE COUNTS. A Rut Estate Suggestion ITR BUSINESS

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THE OLD RELIABLEAbsotetoSy lay iu Oral at the Otil House Mr( W J. K .lu'lIl. Mis-:: K.-uil'z --- Un -
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I The ?''.nil w*-.-k of tli-- "Jr'ut; t'Urtconvene(1 I inti: Matit-r W. J, K,unz: III and 1 J2'ird 1)T IX-
: :Mr. C. E. Hcrric, >t"C.rjsial: River, i iI | ___ __ __.,
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'' i'f P-.., after
I Mointav nioriiiue. The uur-f Aileij'iany : several -
'. oYjr 11 was m ale: yes r/flay ou his way I '
t" following uawed gentlemeu were j day stay at the Ocala House, leftyesterday We carry accounts of all classes and make lras:
home from a busings visit to JacKOIIVlll I!
:: selected as jurymen for the term : for Jacksonville. Afterspenuingg I' customers as they need, in proportion to the \.l-l: : :

," 1 "( -. JI_ I R. L. Lewis, Henry, Shaw, >\. A. !! i a short time there they will | their business to us, and their promptness in paying

'" Gyij rhe activity in data and ad jacent Winer; I* V. () le, B. H. :XorrK BenL go to Atlanta for a brief visit before : If you have no bank account you are losing ::: : _

I properly still cotijjaues. several Freyermuih, B. H. Leitner K. B.: i returning home. i[ convenience and help. The way to get it is to W r:/ _

[ :. ";- I large deals are reported as practically i Haile, W. O. Massey B. Z Mathews, { Mr. Kountz though well along in i 1 come to see us. '

!Jr completed.Mr. E. W. Kraybill aDd A. Adams. !! years, i m still an active business man. .I ISiity I I 1CXROE & CHAMLJLISS; ; ,
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I'U I Carlos L. iatronk returned to The case against Albert Taylor, i nine years ago he was captain ;.i BANKERS,

b ;;' G I I.A Tailab ;see yesterday;where he hIlSJ&nfor indicted for murder was withdrawn: I eta keel boat and four years later of a I I I QCAT.A, FLORIDA .- -

h! sotue tiup piston profrasioualbusiuesa. and with eouseut of counsel the I steamer, later engaging in large and I
\ The Clerk-Camer Enm III. o.. I Mr. and MrF !K: Harlt....
:s defendant entered a plea of guilty of profitable business and manufacturing
\ : 1 There will bfI' a elerk-earrier exaiui-i :'Utuinai, ( bill'. wi.i. hawu
'" Mrs. J. J. Williamh'and murder in the second degree and was i enterprises. I
PO' ',;; )tt: 'R baby went i nation m'Ocala on May 6th. for the ;II ,pellillfc( a port.nil: I.; the Win'- ,
He
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with bis
,: ..t/.a. I down to Umatiiia yesterday afternoon sentenced to the penitentiary fi>r life. II I highly pleased !I
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positions of clerks and earners in tiio K-ai.tat Mr?. J.\I: Fbornp-oii i.
Ocala investments and stated that
Pure Cal Archer and Worthy Elmore,
to spend a abort while with Mrs. William's I
... post office service or this city. Fort King avcL'ir: .rtft WMlrijj
changed with and they would probably have been increased -
breaking entering a
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THERE IS JU0 S" STITUTE p Teutt' afternoon for \\ ..'
I 1 The statement is mode that while a -.sii OQ the >
had of real estate
building with intent to commit a any our
Mr. Morris Robinson I | I the salary in the service is n- ualy ( 'na. t. They Wi1.ri >itEu jxr.t I uric
night operatorof offers his visit
misdemeanor, went to trial-Worthy men suggest:. any as
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the A. C. L. in this city, visited his convicted I! b..a8.8 partly for the of I about t3aa0 to ftiUO per annum at the tis, Lake Harris. 1 dyibe Lake "IJOt
Mr. J. B. Cutler came up Wednesday was and Cal acquitted.The purpose
uncle !Mr. J. W. Rosa at Dunuelloo start this amount compares favorablywith oilier lakes m tli.it ttciutty rurwhich
He
buying more property.
from Dunnellon. !(' against B. F. Lyons, John suggests
during the week. II that the of real I the compensation of a beginner !: they wIll g [.. 'it, Peierit.x. !
--- ----- ---- I Crosby and Benjamin Drammood I owners property or
)IfI.V.. C. Galbraith has been on a I IUr. in private employment. : Tampa and Passes .rill*. H.in vir I II II
j estate dealers should to meet j
were contiuue for the term. try I
and Mrs. Thomas G.
visit to R" ddU'k. Bright, Application must be made for this |I and Mrs. Haskeil are expert \;<1'i
visitor to the city and that I
The
jury after having been out every
after spending winter very pleasantly : l
examination on or before April 18th. they will Oe *o:- rt.t aevmiv
abee : work in outside
Mr. H. si. of Fitzgerald, in Ocala, returned to their home nearly twenty four hours, yesterday eome good securing I '
i I Mr. F. W. Biggs, the efficient sere' engagetittle gicatrr: iiortion ; r
investors could be done.
Ocala Hllu >. afternoon brought iu a verdict of
is at the: t at Toronto, Canada last night. '
i time in this :. They will '-i .:'
tary of the postal board in Ocala will f spur
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guilty of manslaughter in the ease of Baptist Silver Tea. : .
Mr. Ben Ray so r eamedown yesterday : furnish blanks and give further'I to Oeala before goiutf: : norm ("r .<-
Mr. J. S. Cloud the popular shoe I Willie Lillie Brown who killed Will From 3:30 to o'clock yesterday afternoon any I
afternoon from Lowell.Mr. information desired. i ii I summer.
man, who formerly lived in Oeala but Brown in Ocala in Febur&1 y. Mr. | at her home on Fort King I
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:Mr. d. L. BittMiif bo ..'
D. rf.; Woodrow came up from who now has his headquarters) at iI i I E. W. Eraybill was foreman of this avenue Mrs. Ed Carmichael:: entertained i i A Feta CUampetre. i I: man

th *mines Weilneday. Jacksonville is! in the city ic the in- i I the ladies of the Baptist church Will be held in the grounds of the j' quite a success iu +m'enaive f.nll.IJ"

jury.Both and poultry raising was <*ailer at i.Bacnf .-
terrfctof his trade. j i of the partie, were negroes, : and other friends at their monthly rectory Ockiawaha avenue, on Wednesday I I I %
Hun. Dixon H. Irvine the oft r office )fro i g.tt .
sage -- -- ---- yesterday. : <
I and bad evidently had several rounds. silver lea. The affair WTO a particularly
April 15, by the ladies of
Messrs. N. J. Wicker B. H. ; !:
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Lake in Gala I raises all kinds of
Orange was Tuesday. I I vegetabler.
The states wines e4 differed con pleasant one. ''
Grace Episcopal church, for the'
Budger, of Coleman, two of t>umter i icounty' i i makes a specialty of the Creole ..11 ..i.,
t :M. \V.: Hardmann, of the United largest and most prosperous I i j siderably with the woman as the self I The principal feature of the afternoon benefit of the building fuud of the i

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which considers a most pr'lri'1&1 e
Spates army, i is a. guest: of the Monte- truck growers, registered at the Ocala 1i 1 defense! theory. Thf pistol with was a "guessing eontt-sl" in new edifice, which the congregation i|{I crop. He says that ItIIO bushfU aa t

zuma.Mr. House last i| which the shooting was done was pro- I which seven ladies tied for the prize, propose to erect on the avenue. l .
night. :i be raised to the acre if properly! <*u. ,-
W. E. McGaha of Oekla- f I II I I duced in court and attracted considerable a year's subscription to a Baptist There will be !tails for the sale of 1
vated aDd that there is a sure ieuiu Mr. Guy Zewadski has completed i atieution from the defendant. Ou for the u
waha, was Oe a'e visitors j newspaper. cutting prizeEHEIXAUEB'S fancy work of new and attractive
among 1 I il.OO bushel. He ,
I at a also tei.vv
his duties as a page in the United :
\Ve lG lay. design, article! of utility strawberries
i: then ia good money in rat-tnq ii-
t-Uies senate and returned home 'i I and ice cream, candy and other

Mr. E. S. of Lake Weir, I' improved breeds of poultry. T'.,..r..
Upham, Tuesday night. He made for himself! refreshments.Some I

visitor to Ocala is a big home market and a pr"i-ti' a.-
was a pleasant yefeter- a splendid reputation in Washingtonand i I of the special features of the

day. __ .___ will in all probability grace that Fete will be choice music, an Easter | ly unlimited one without golU.Hi'' ,

Before sending away for doweringand city in some higher official position. I,i I trip to parts unknown, a guessing I I Florida. tuau.--

ornamental plants, comparepnces Already, more year n tt- 1
Mr. J. J. Tillis of Martel"has -- Goods is competi'tou for specially donated
pucbased | Dry beyond
with, the Greenhoue.Mr. Department vance there are interesting lix-ai ;i", j
the W. P. Edwards residencein prize.
i iitica! rumors'. ." intereoi '
"peiMal -
Drew Mathews has returned the Second Ward. the 'I .Social, intellectual and scientific I
property doubt the most to date in to atui.-h to the -+herrt'soft-f "u.t .11
from a visjt to bin parents, Mr. brought quite H good dgu re. Mr. Til : up attractions. Everybody cordially
1 the event of Mr. Nui:>-tU'id r<-hunt ou
and Mr. Joseph Mathers of Fleming. welcomed. T i
lis will his here
shortly
remove family
to again become a '-an tkiate it 1-r.\ .: 'k't J
Ocala. You find the finest -- -- -
__ and occupy his new purchase. This is | can i.
Mr. Pearsoa Complimented the iri.uds of tile f-iu. int Il'u' >it.-ii 1

Frank Clarkson, the genial sportsman another indication of the activity in :i Monday was quite an eventful Iii:! "rf their name-- W. E. .\.....

and traveling man of Jacksonville real estate in OJall\ ;and latest styles at Rheinauer'siStoreONLY. I
| day at the golf links. The o. ration of Mclutooh.: J. I' 0&11"\1'11>: i
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is in town., Mrs. J. E. Atkinson, of New York, was a special lunch lu honor :Mr. J Orst : B. H. Ln'uer ami A I K t.r"- J
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Mr. Walter Ray: the well known I and her uieies, :Misses Josie Hodgv I I ,. a. Pearson, the instructor, who will da, "f Anthony: E. '. M<. Lr- f !

i e turpentine operator of Elliston was in I! and Aunie Rawla, of Elm wood, speut I leave Sunday to assume hid duties as K.uoir.k.AU awl I Hmr:> .'ri! H 1

OeaU yesterday. i i yesterday in Ocala the guests of Mrs. I instructor of the Richmond County Duuiiellon.Ewt'tbei'.

_. ,._ ': Club Staten Inland X. Y. }( -
S. T. Sir-trunk. Mrs. Atkinson left ou r.PrlLr"m *
Yesterday morniuir. the ease of Will it was won by :Mr.. Wiley, of Or'uudo.In ; '
\1 N. W. B. Watson and little sin returned I ,' r \V: t Br...i!... '". n'j 1> 1
on the afternoon train for her borne was also :tie recipient of uvo
iTiiuinal ult the duniis ambrosia
: Jacotw charged wuli a s' room
to their home at Holder: yesterday i H'ii."* furai f"o
and Mw-es: Hodge au>i Rawla will letiK.uatie handsome Mitt t'a-eS a marl of appreciation -
upon Rosa Lettjotb; : .1 ire:, was sUirYake xererrve'i. '
afternoou.Mr. I tw6I.[ last L>!t, : r ii' J ii>kiu,uv d,
1 return home they afterauon. calietl and the tollowiuit; jury eJei-ted : ', The house wait very prettily: ; decorated '' wi the part if the item tier' *.
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Mr. Hr
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: Frank Harrn returned this |I J. H. Livingston, Jr., Ja.. DuitVy, i i with palm sod cut flowers and !'i The presentatiou waa ihrougu Mr. ..
A plet-ar.t me. Uus of the .. .tin iunu iitu, -' .
very ? For i m hehaif! of the m'IU.er.: t. :'4 ;; r t nut n" :
moruiug from a few nay's busmessviiit E. C. McL.-.Mi, Stephen Jewell, Geo.: : WitS .rufortttil\1}' tilled duriug the entire _. .
I R&id.ng cluhi':" nerd with MiSt --- --- .:. 'r -fui ri'rli-- '. .ty iIruat .

to Jacksonville.Mr. ': G. Maihews"" Jr., Will Uoin, Henry : : ar'ternoon.Mr The Vlan-m County J-.H.>\ ,.
i Enfliy Furl Tuewiay+ afternoon. r: i t UPi l' .;-- '11 1 rt.t .
a ----- Shaw, A. A. \V iuer, William Jshockey, : *. t'arnjji-hael was asitfcd: by j I badly in need oran extra u,ip-!>.
Decatur W. Davis returned Dante Ciiinel i Riiu i, uristiua ; I.:,: ,ti j IL.,1 hI I 1. tt
I J. C. DuPre, J. \\ Hodges and B. H. ; :Mrs. B. J. Cuiverhouse, Mrs. James -- ., .. .
y",:'erilay trout a businettrip to t &!!'8t'tti,. BurneJo'itaud Watts ? 't .Iug -I.! .t \I. 14III t .
i 3forris. Euifeisser anti: i :Miss! Edna Culverhou
Puma C ;lJn:.. and other pnius: on the ;: were studied and current events discnaa Spring Humors :rm! ", of i.-:
The defeudeut i b represented" by :
A t>t coast. , lUred aud David and the proseeu'tiou i Come to most people ania -a many .\'L 'j, tll'1.i ... :tl'\ .
!! to make some uew rules whiu will 1'be Florida: Association wbii his
Mr. D. P. Etl!-r"U, <:. C. Epper-.on : I i by Date's Attorney Carter andMr. i i troubles-pinlpic boils and oth..r .; trd. .,1\',... I atilt .t t "It-
t be taken up at the meeting at Miss .: now [U ? ";:,1OU at Seaiireeze, has eruptions, besides loss of appetite, .
and Mrs. J. 1,. Epperson of \Viliiston jw"re j : Raymond B. Builoek. After ; ",sir: \ a'aa, _Editor.... ,, wlv: iiI i..., 4
Meta Jeweti's next week. elected tae toilowing offieers for thee i that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, .J
:tiu ug the quests of :he :Montej j: I, hearing a number of witne-r-es further 'rw !'ty4dn bUII ldllM.! of ''vttt-\ -
I <'nllu year, VIZ : Vr.! Thomas F. MeBeath i I indigestion and headache.
ZUlUl& Wdn lay. I! The o -aU bise-balUst will 11 the to i-unsideratiou of the case was I The rid of them the ,-M; the praises of t calu. t. ,
It ( Jacksonville : sooner one gen 4
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t I look onto raioesville isaid to have postponed until this evening in order i! better,'and the way to :set rid ut them ii.tb'A last uitfti he HM ei. i
If It', at>ilious attack, take Climberlain' j :Mr. Ut'U.Y.. Wil=on. Jacksonville, i'
-, accuse' and Liver Tablets and i|1 made the necessary; financial arrange- < that Judge Bullock could give a hear vice-president: Mr. Thomas J. Apple- and to build up the srstem: that has : lug a group of (tie., s i,.,' a '>! t-

a-iuick recovery is certain. For sale ':i' meuts to employ seven paid men. I 1 1j | iug to several visiting attorneys who I, i raftered from them is to take you of pcala a.i'l u-k 110.1. f'
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I yard, of Lake City secretary ; Maj.
by Anti-Monopoly Drug store.. m 1 j The Florida cities: are hardly largeenough are here on business before the court. !|! Hood's Sarsaparilla Times-Uuii.u. 1
E. W. Peabody, of Jacksonville treas-
.i yet to make professional bas" Owing to the absence of rfu impor-
Mr.I has I j! Pills Davuiv \\ ., .
T tirorge MacKay resigned as urer. and Judge i cur i- i I. isouville.
: ball Better limit the number i
players !j taut witness the Dunnellou murder e i i i ,
preMilent. of the Central Lumber Company !j! j The address 1)f welcome was made i' _
I of paid men and a large number of i i'I' ease was temporarily postponed but ;i Forming in combination the Spring I
and Mr. D. S. Woodrow is now J :' Col. s:. C. Post of Seabreeze
by ,
mayor
towns and cities will organize good I will probably come to-day or to 'I i i Medicine/'iir exceilwe. of uaijual; 'd Pljnavih! Rack [fj t Fir !Sale
up :
president i and general manager of the 'I' clubs. 1 | aud was ably responded to on behalf 1 strength ia purifying the biood as !I Thoroughbred F.arr-il l'IYI"'j' i

company. _. I morrow. I of the associationby Mr. J. W. White shown unequalled, radical and permanent I I Bock eggs for :*> a: |1 per <{n.. ', I
I There are at l least three other murder I I
Mrs. C. L. Gonyon and Miss Gon- editor of the Fraternal Record published i cures of 1 Also Creole On it, u t't'ets at .'> .rig''r. i
Stunts East and Rutherford, who : cases to he tried at this term of j I. I 1- :
'I yon, of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., I at Jacksonville. Scrofula Salt! Rheum per hundred. S. L B tunir.. o.i.a: z
have been spending some time in the court and it is not improbable, 1 I ; I ;
who have been spending the winter at (Governor W. 8. Jennings and Dr. Scald Head Boils, Pimples
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OcaU as the of their aunt, Mis. the state's but
guests to
l according attorney, All Kinds of Humor Pscrtasls
WeirsdsJe in Ocala for few
I are a I T. A. Taliaferro, president of the I e. f fi
J. U. Cuilitile, will return to their that the criminal docket will not be Blood Poisoning Rheumatism (
hewn side eight men -' ii
weeks and have rooms at the Whetstone i two s *"f'
Florida Agricultural College, were I
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i Catarrh Dyspepsia,
AlwurnL home today. completed before the latter part of inch<4 thick nine feet Lou;, ans ra
residence on South Fifth street. I members of the substitute: but be
I elected honorary association. Accept no sure toget .
i next week. I price of 6: cents, payable ua >*>mai iI i tI l li
Mr. M. E. Robinson went down to I, Sir. Gonyou left for home last ni;ht. Hood's: and ;jot it today. I Ork.iwaba! Lumber ( 'o. .

Weirsdale yesterday afternoon in the He bas purchased an orange grove at The association will adjourn tonight _. _. d_ __, ___ _-- ._- -.. -
the I r-'
In County Judge Bullock's court esYar
interest of bin trade.: Re was accompanied Weiradale and will in the future make a very pleasant and profitable ::; 1---
case of Margaret Murphy was indefinitely aftl'r.
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and annual visits to Florida. TRTJXKS I
by Mrs Robinson daughter I '
-. -- ,, postponed owing to fact that meetiasr. The !
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ttoiehud. They will return home I the chief witness for the state Mr. Mc- i Tallahassee Putting on Her Best Sib D<> v.ui trrvt-i L'o ymi wunt t-'I! fus.it
thi- atu-ruoou. Miss Nan Williams, formerly of I tl \'e. r. r .ciao is is .k. t.t: we... wlII !
I Leod was serving on the jury :u the and Tuckers.Th rir'-ii i, I', ;ia.C: i 0 Gala I
Ocala, but who for some time past has I -I'" u. w pncv. r Y (j
cirruit court. :She i is: out on a $25 I 'r staiii old! city of Tallahassee is !
Tie! of Jirs. I. M. Barton I
Ocala friends i I held a responsible position in one of A Goad Metal' Trunk S2.00 j

"f t Dunuellon, sister of Mrs.' C.t' I New York's largest hospitals, will arrive I bond.F. i sweeping her yards, airing her spare A Good Canvas Covered Trunk S3.00 FurnitureCompany

B. Lightsey charged with larceny I roomsami otherwise preparing for A Good Canvas Strip: Trunk 54.00
T'xhi, of this oily will be glad tokuo.v I here in a day or two to spend a I I 1 Leatner bound uras trimuitnl truck at pr's
t t of a cow tod a priliiniaary hearing comI\DY-lh Lei ielature convening pur'p.t.
that she b now on the road to
: two monthJ''a.1t on with her father,
and was discharged. : ilicw April 7th. Thehogpitahty of l'yii *-" uiil: traveinii 'MI-.
ter every after a critical illness! of I Judge;. D. S. Williams, and her grandmother I ; proverbial'and i These if-.u. BI1' BAl:+ -AiN-i:!''. '.* hatther -
the Tallahassee people is art.- tAT
several 1 weeks. :
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Mrs. Allen Muuroe. This Marlon's repre.entative3are! already
they leave nothing undone that I{

I will be her first visit home in several I making preparations tor their Tina.ha the comfort of SMITH'S fLO'ijIOA-
Prepare your dower beds now, fertilize will contribute to pleasare OCALA,

J them freely, buy your plants at I years and her many friends are eagerly I sojourn.. The legislature con- of their gne-U.-Kisim.mee 'j -


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A REMARKABLE SERMON. WHAT IS DEMOCRACY.Yr. I Tillman's Great Speech.I -

THE OCALA BANNER I ChasA. Edward, writing from t
HUBBARD & MA000ccHARDWA
Rev. Shade W. Walker lays that
presidentof Dupint Guerry, of Georgia, Washington City, no man I

F2AHS SmiS, Editor. the Methodist Conference College, giving a definition of true democracy, has received mor. sincere and earnest

Y at Sutherland, preached a rather remarkable congratulations on Ins recent f'pt'f'ch : 1
P. V. LeaTeagsoJ, Sislssss: aaaer.. among other things utters the follow-

{I permou at the Methodist ing: on the race problem in the senate of RE ;

I church in this city last Sunday morn the United States than has the Hon. I
caste II .
sectional
It is not or race, or I
: iDg.I Hon. Benjamin II Tillman, of South
partiality or prejudice.It
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGHICGLTU k t.1P:
I The preacher siid that when he i is neither envy of the rich, norcontemt Carolina.Hedidjust. .. .

c+ was a boy he heard his father and his } of the poor.It what be Sid he was I
BARBED \VIRE CUT AND
MENTS. D1FUI: : PL
father's friends say, in discussing it not favoritism for either the going to do in that speech, viz: he i WI.

current political! social and other masses! or the cla ...e>*. surprised! his friends and disappointedhis :I WIRE NAILS PAINTS PLANET JH < i OVBCI\

topics, that they would all be satisfactorily It is not the employment, of the enemies, not only by his moderation i 4 .

: solved when education should government for or against any parti- but by the depth and ttatesman- OILS, VARNISHES ..ATTIYATOII', .a i.L 151'LA

-- become universal.Mr. I. cular interest or interests.It like utterance he delivered on that _

Walker also quoted from Mr. is not empire at home or abroad.It occasion. It was a speech! "worthy' of I 'TIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN T, ,, tt..
MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING:
THOSE AT THE lOP WELI, ABLE TO Huxley, the eminent English sociologist is not support of or oppositionto any statesman of the |.renl day KINDS

TAKE CARE AF THEMSELVES, HAS along the same lines. government, regardless' of whether and the democratic party will do wellto ALL OF COlIIISc ; S t U\'tM

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI He said that education has become right make it one of the first an l fore-
the same be or
wrong.It
CADES WITH TilE COMMON: PEOPLE, I GLASS AND PUTTY HEATEP..M
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR universal in this country and in England i is not varying declaration of op. tnoit campaign documents tli-it it i. IAXITI
OF THOSE AT THE .
THB BETTERMENT but instead of solving had but for sends out to the thoughtful readers'of
r!. BOTTOM portune platitudes, designed parry IRON PIPES AND FITAND TIN\\,0kl.. TT

-----,-- -- -- -- -- .-- -- intensified these problems.Mr. success, and ofliicial Broils.: the country. Mr. Tillman h** grown"

The Metropolis nay the socialists Walker went on further to say It is not the sacrifice of the many wonderfully in the pint t*'0 years in TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRON A SD STEEL

Jacksonville will not be permitted to that anything but a religious education for the few, or the few for the many.It the estimation of his colleagues of the

vote in the democratic primaries thh not ouly tended to intensify but is not the greatest good of the senate. His:: greatest renath, however N THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS. ROPES. ITLLm

spring. made more difficult of settlementthe greatest number, but the greatest goodof !. lies in the knowledge; by everybody -

race question and widened the I each and all. who knows him, of his absolute ING MATERIALS ETC.. ETC BLL'E FLAME OIL "Tft"'*
The best thing for a man to do is to I
chasm separating capital and labor and unswerving honesty.What's .
It is not the grant of any right toanybody
He ......
fall in love with his business. -
I I and all other vexing social problem, ; it lathe people's guarantyof I
will find that it. pays interest on the LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICE-
He affirmed that in the past thirty God-given right to a Fellow to Do.
every every
money invested. years, notwithstanding the' numberof bodv. Drink water and you pet typhoid. Hubbdrd & Macduff. Ocala, Ness

Forty car loads of celery are now common schools and secular colleges Drink milk and. get tuben'ulo.i".1
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being shipped from Florida every throughout the land, that all Tragedy Averted. Drink win-key and get jIIUj IU". Eat I ..

s week. It i is shipped in refrigeratorcars i species of crime: had increased and "Just iu.the nick of time our little white Hour antI get appmdictis Kit [ a:! ."\."" "' "' "" :r l ;" ,--.,. -,--.'" = _:::..!' H -- l'mJ "iI -

and u, arriving in excellent. con i is increasing at a desperate ratio. boy wa3 saved," wriesrs.. W. Watkins SOUL and get Bri ht'.-* diea... Ktt J

dition. That out in California be visitedone of Pleasant City. Ohio. Pneu- beef and encourage appopte.xy. Eat: I THE NEW DRUG STORE
--- monia had played sad havoc.with. J
of the in and oysterand toxfiuu. Eat
jails I.o'4ngeles acquire
The (k-ala Fair Association has and a terrible cough set' in besides. i D. H. Bift )1VM.) I. D pr..n.t.
the .ilor told him that he bad vegetables and weaken the I ,
been incorporated, which may betaken j a Doctors treated him, but he grewworse system.
inside the nl that At tried Kit deserts and take on ,.i->. '
to m au that ocala will die;for university j among every day. length we pdre i

t prisoners he had a Greek clay: a i Dr. Kin '.s New Discovery for con :Smoke, cigarettes and die early. Is and .. .
now
the next state fair.Manatee River I open ready t M-n <- th I w itttbli!:. .. ,nh. I'\,r- I b. -,
Ji uriial. Latin class and classes:: iu all the higher sumption, and our darling was: saved. Smoke cigars and .pcure* a nick Drug at the:! corner of youth MaKii"lia 1 Mn-H aifl ft Km*

scientific branches.Mr. He is now sound and well." En.rJl.ol1y catarrab. Drink coll'ee and tea anti avenuu We have aprrttvlinrof Hi LIIt.* V < itMriw| ,m

The Southern Mutuil Drug Co. of ought to know it's the only sure StationerToilet Articles, Prrfulnrry. T'v., Let.' .1.,, *

Savannah, Ga., on auil.J about aY six Walker said that the ouly hopeof cure for coughs, colds and lung dis- obtain nervous prostration. Drink I we invite' shoppers toiasp.-ct before niakitiie their |p nt i I..'.... ,
the country is in Christian educa eases. Guaranteed by the \nj-{ -Monopoly beerand have dycpepsia.> Drink wine
months ago, ba3liedlift.d a dividend I
Drug Store and Tydings and and get the gnat In order to l be perfectly --- -
of 50 its stock aud retains i
per cent, ou ,
tion.And Co. druaeKt. Price S> and Jl.OU.
c.
I I profits sufficient to establish a reservefund. yet we have had denominational I. Trial, bottles free. healthy one must eat nothing, / I! CAREFUL COMPOUNDING CF PRESCRIPTIONS IS m SK041TT ',
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schools ia this country and hi -- ---- drink tiothiusr, smoke nothing and JF _
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---- other countries for a long period of The Drainage Scheme a failure. even before breathing one should see

What of state politics and state- time. Governor Jennings has given out that the air is properly sterilized. --
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issues? We are asked these' questions Ignatius Loyola! established: [>..irochial the information that the scheme to -- -- ----
Will Eat. Grits and Kiss the Babies.It .
;r: '. daily. Judging from the tone of the schools] as early as the sixteenth drain Orange: Lake has failed for the
I is claimed by his friends that McMillan Bros
stal exchanges that: reach our table century and religious schools, have reason that the United States government -
Johu Stockton will start out on his
the rule seems to be which can wage been in su ctsoful.operation. iu the engineers have reported the

the most active campaign for indus .United States for at least a hundred same tol have been navigable: waters personal cnv.it of the state in Jan-

uary, 1W.( His plat of procedure,
trial prosperity. Most of the property owners along Southern Works.
years.
Copper
'tis said, jvill he to sleep. in the woods,
Not only this but all evangelical the lake opposed the scheme because
,r The "Ministerial Association" of eat grits dud bacon, talk to the Sun-
churches have had and still have they believed that to drain it, or lower -
DeLand ha3 passed a strong resolution day school chiMreu\ distribute cbew-
Sunday schools aud in later it, would destroy it as an orange
.requesting the resignation of .Dr. years section. ing-gum and kiss the bll.bies.-Tropiral Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
there have been established in connection producing
and that's the conclusion the Sun. -
Forbes, : t
with thechurchesYouug Men The groves along this lake are all
V. V people of the whole state will eventually : and General Metal Work.*.
and Young Women's Christian .ai so- now doing well. Dr. Hrouhiou; of Atlanta, says
The of the institution
adopt. success -
ciations, Epworth Leagues and similar Llstt'ar they bore satisfactorycrops that unless eh ioe 0'some kind oc
; requires it
active working auxiliaries. ) and have now a heavy bloom. curs mighty iou more than half the --- --.. -- -
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,;' Political rumors sly thick and fast, There has also been organized: a The crops neat year on the groves people of that city are going to spend

and the latest is that the Hon. R. I religious association known as the immediately upon the shores of the: their eternity in hell. \Veshudder to Old Stills taken in exchange for new OH. Pitt ...

: Hudson Burr, whose: pot metal campaign Salvation! Army that has carried the lake gill probably amount to 0,000 think what I U iu stor for the present through the country a specialty. Ov t'T" M mutt or

'h't year landed Simon the Banner of the Cross into all lands and boxes or more. This lake is situatedin occupants of that torrid abode.-Pens-: wire will receive prompt AtteBtktt at +4uUu uf tie
I
f- railroad commission, has designs has largely confined: its labors to the what was known before the freezeof acola Journal. following worksFAYETTEVILLE ,

.p .' upon the governorship i in next year's slums and other places of wickednessin '95 as the "great orange belt" of

: Florida. The fruit produced was of avery
pr lnar-Madison New Era. the great cities. .

With all these forces at work for the fine quality. The largest orangegroves SOREHANDS N. C. SAVANNAH.

That Stetson University scandal, in the world the
was
uplifting of humanity it is a sad conclusion upon
JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE ALA.
ghost, will! not down ..
:, like IJaiujuo's to think that crime alongside shores of this lake, near Citra. These:

and the ofteuer anything is said about of them has steadily increased. magnificent groves were the entire -- -- ----

: it the more complicated! it becomes. We rather faiu believe that the pride of the entire country surrounding Itching, Burning Palms,

-. Perhaps in time the matter will be statistics are and in former them, Visitors could drive miles G0..a ......eo .........

solved, but in the meanwhile the years must: have wrong been colln.tf'tl most without reaching the limits Painful Finger Ends, .........8.. .Z.o
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University itself will have to bear the s Among those who have been most II e tHJ..,...

brunt of riug.-\ladi.ol1: New imperfectly loyal and untiring in their efforts to I CI ..08 .
p'V We believe, statistics to the contrary With Brittle Shapeless o .
Era. restore their groves' to their old time i
notwithstanding, that this is the
-- world's golden era. We believe that glory, are I). H. Irvine, F. G. tiamp- Discolored Nails : Nuking Advertisin :

L son and S. H GaiNkill and the Bore- I
there
is less
rVV gluttony, drunkenness, .

1" rowdyism, debauchery, violence and lauds.A I

V other grievous crimes, and white man-a woodsman-by the As Well as Roughness and I : Py "( \ X =

1LV. more tolerance, a broader religious name of Bright was murdered by e .

n fellowship aud higher' negro gamblers at Umatilla Sunday Redness, I .

I standards, of morality today than II morning. e ,
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at any other time iu the world's t I
f'r An inland water way from the ONE NIGHT TREATMENT *
When history; but if the common schools : One drop of water does not make ttw"D IG
Chesapeake to Jacksonville, a canal -
ana churches, with all their auxiliary One grain of sand will not nutk : ..
Florida via St. Johns and Ock-
forces, hive found it impossible, to I across Soak the hand on retiring in a strong, 9 I
You lawaha rivers, Silver Spring, Blue hot, creamy lather of Cutieura soap. I One feather does not make a IMP. ,:
lesson crime, is it not an irridescent I. .
Spring and the Wit lacooc lee rivers: Dry and anoint freely with l'utkar-\ |
One will
dream to believe that denominational i s leap Dot make a trig .
Ointment kill
,thegreat cure awl 1'II1.t i
and the canal across Panama aud
ThinK schools will prove a panacea! of emollients Wear,dm aig the imrlit, :, (IDO IT IS AU. IfF. ta.T; : ..
this,will become the greatest countryon old, loose kid!gloves, or bandage l lij.li i :! ty:
Of the The discontented and restlessness! ia old, soft cotton or liuen. For! r<.d t, m0 I.
periodic pain which! *-artn.
experience with e\t.rv month neon i. women nukes dwelt upon by Mr. Walker in our rough and chapped hands, tlr '. li--und: l, I
itching, feverish palm, with In.:'. mm .1:
the gentleness and kui.ltualw! l ,
i\s associate opinion does not proceed from Uodle .
lini !
shapeless nail3I1ndpiillfull ;< r l A Handle
< with wouiaulukxi! Factory.
seem to be I'I I
this trcatml'nt i is uuderio! !. I .
siUtply
almost n.iracle.hiii >iuess but from other causes that .
a ill >nieral Sf) .
j no The stove wood sold by the Spoke quently curing in a single apple, i.n. j
woman rebels anjni'-t \\11.1t sue regards sociologists have pointed out and are In no other way have Ctti'ura01,1': : j I 8 ..
w as a natural necev.uthere is no woman and Him factory is the finest on earth.It .
who laboring to remedy. and Ointment detnou-tratedtli.ira-ttli- I
would not gladly be free from this .
is well seasoned and burns almost ishing curative properties wore eili-c- I
recurring 1 of --
penal ----
Doctor Pierce's Favorite pain Prescription ; The Nagro His Own Worst- Enemy. without the aid of pine. tually than in the treatment of the I (I And I :>: u it is W l'L .w.ung, s intMifdally d .
hands, especially whin torture with
makes women weak well, and women gives strong them and freedom sick Prof. Harris, a negro teacher In But it is about the right length itching, burning and scaly ec/ -ni i. I G) : is it true that nm ad i\ t :
Complete loc.il and con-titu"io'ial l j "
from disease. It establishes regularity: Fi.-k University, says! : and size for making handles for
treatment for humour ot the will mot make "ul'C't'o.Johi\ .,
dries drains '" every you a
weakening heals iuriammation
and ulceration and cures female- "I am convinced that the sine qua small tools, such as hatchets, hammers skin, scalp and blood, with l 1..:si ot h.ur, i I 9 5
: may now bt' had for one dollar. Lathe IIQ Layout a line of puhliritv ,it j. .
weakness. of
non a chauge for the better in the rline.saW8, files, screw drivers freely with lot water and CutimrdSoap J *
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. CIt
E Pierce by ItLter.1""'. All correspondence negro's physical: condition H a higher ,etc., that it seems a wonder that to cleanse tile surface of mists
strictly private anti sacredly conntlcntial. social morality. I do1 not believe that some enterprising: individual does and scales, and soften the thu-keutd .
r Write iihout fear and withoutfee cuticle. Dry, without Lard rubbing! ;
l to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. his poverty or his relation the not make H corner on all this mate- and apply Cuticura Ointment freely, I 1
THE OCALA BANNER
n. to
allay itching, irritation and iuil
Mrs. T. Dolan, of Madrid, IVrVinCo., Ncbr, white people presents any real impediment rial and start a handle manufactory, mation and soothe and uu-
writes: "1 was cured of painful pt nods by the Led. and
use uf Dr. I1crce' Fa\-ontr 1'rescnption., and to his: health and physical. development. It looks like if any small industry lastly, take the Cuticura Itisohent D 8O '
his Compound Extract: of Sinan-\\ecu. 1 think Pill, to cool and cl.'ane; the blood. That Will Pay X x x
1>r. 11crce'medicines the .
best in the world. For the causes of the would pay it would. This treatment affords Instant relief
"Favorite Prescription" has the testimony black malt's low his pennits'rest and in .
of thousands: of women to its vitality, : susceptibility : sleep the severest

." complete cure of womanly diseases Do to disease, and his enormous The Daily Tribune of Orange, Texas, forms burning of and eczema scaly humours and other, and itching points, .... .
not
substitute accept in an its unknown place. and unproved 4 death rate, we must look to those: is printed on orange colored paper to a speedy,]*rmau<;!it and economical S ......ee 8e

f use The of sluggish Dr.Pierce's liver made active by they bocial conditions which he creates for made of pine hs-viD another big cure from. of infancy torturing to,age disfiguring, when all humours other .s...s.....0 !1

Pleasant Pellets himself." industry for the south. remedies and the best physicians fail. ..................01......


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VOL. AXXVI, NO. :35. OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH ->;r. UfO:: TOLL AR A YEAR

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MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL SOT FARMERS !IN SESSION. i meeting would go the way of the Tea on the Links.

FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE :MAX WHO I] \IIiwc"flt'r the Alliance had Friday afttroooa the link of the

HAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT :MERIT 'I Mr. Gaitskill and Others Make Ad. been organized 1 a year, he vat i that Ocala! Highfs Golf club presented: a When You i Buy Y of f Us You Get f Full Yataejw! Your l! Mwey.
REACHED THE TOP OF THE HILL; NoR I I _
dresses. The Institute Will be |' sugar went from twelve pounds to most animated! and :attractive nf'. -
WILL IT KICK THE :MAN WHO GOING ,I
twenty pounds for a dollar and after A number of the young ladle-.>l .
DOWN IT. Kept Up. We Are Specialists
!j its dissolution it again went back to gentlemen bad assembled::! there !i.y
Pursuant to the call of the president -

St.\ -THAPPENINGS.:: !:a !!!llS. Lll !::t: Hon. II, W Lone, a meeting of i i, the twelve[ notch on the scale. invitation of Miss Emily Ford and

To the farmers several hours most S =lX THE _
I accomplish any good were spent delight -- -
the Farmers' Institute for this county -I

1 ABOUT TOWN.Mrs. was held at the court house Sat-:; I must not only yet together but i fully. SHOE HAT ANDUMBRELLA

j must stay together. The links are now at the height of ,
-- terday in the fort>noon. _____ .
i! After appointing a committee con their beauty and the fresh growth of S
: W. X. Camp and Mr. Clarence'amp Those present again suffered disappointment LINESand
i i slating of Messrs. Geo. G. Mathews, the trees and grass formed a
< were vUitor to the city yesterday j in not hearing the promised I
I i I! William Dehon and L. M. Graham to pleading background. for the youug i,
and were guests at the Ocala '. i address of Col. 1.. P. Miller, who I I
I' I I draft constitution and by laws, the ladies in their light and airy summer
show
Hou-e. : says he i is 'o extremely bu y on Saturdays !:: I can you the best goods in
1 I I Institute adjourned to meet at 10 gowns
it being his paying olT day, I :
Mr. John :M. Martin went up to j o'clock on tbe third Saturday in Miss Ford assisted by her mother, > the city
I that it U irapoui-ible: fur him to be I .
Martin station_ Saturday to visit I April Mrs. H. A. Ford, served tea, sandwiches ) -
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Martin, who is there for a { Among the farmers in attendance wafers and crackers under
time and that unless the day for 'I' \V. CHAMBERS:
J. SHOE()
j while at his I I were :Montholon Atkinson, J. W. the trees. .
farm.---- I meeting is changed it will be impossible -
1 I Lyles. J. W. Persons, Geo. G. Mathews Those who enjoyed :Miss Ford'
Ocala
I for him to fulfill his promise.Mr. I Florida(
the
Ben hustling
Mr. Raysor
orange, A. S. J. Wallace, Mr. Emmisor, hospitality were Misses Agnes Bur-
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vegetable and melon buyer, ha! returned S. H. Gaitskill delivered very I J. W. Nancr, J. W. Colbert, L. )[. ford, Linda Smith, Mona

from business trip to New I interesting and practical address.! He I Graham, T. J. Barnes, Ben Raysor, Esther Weathers, Lena and Hill..r'l,

has been connected with the Institutes: -- -
and other cities.
Orleans Mrs. ('ivil and Mr. and Mr- Lovell. i Bullock, Meta J e.veU, Sue Barco, "
since their inception in this! state! and I i
Georgia Smith, Sara and Violet The Ocala Seed Store
Mr. L. M. Graham! of Connor, a thinks\: they bave been productive of SEVERE: ATTACK OF GRIP.
i __ | Harris; Messrs.: W. T. Wheeler, H.
member of the "old iuard" and a much good. He says they may be I I ,
i F. Duttou, jr., S. E. Hiller, G. H. I
veteran subscriber of this paper, wasi : likened to the experiment station, Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain'sCough
Remedy. Ford, C. L. Anderson and 6. Jewett.A I sthe r p -T Date Concern of this city and will
visitor to Ocala Saturday.Rev. I under whore cognizance they are con i
"When I had an attack of the grip be to its in
I ducted. I glad serve customers any way possible
E. L. Todd, Mr.: Baxter Cam last winter (the second one) I actually : Letter.

and Mi,s Annie Edwards are at I The knowledge of a failure in an cured myself with oue bottle of j OCALA, FLA., March dQ,1903.f I If we don't carry in our line what you want *cti 1 Ito

Blitchton to-day attending the Bap-I experiment he gays h: a benefit to the Chamberlain's Cough; Remedy," rays! !! Dear Christian Endea vorers-An I us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no

farmers becau-e others ill not waste Frank W. Perry, editor of the Enterprise I
tl-t district Sunday School Convention annual convention of the Marion and I{ matter what it may be.BAXTER .
Shortsville, N. Y. "This is the .
time and money along the same I Citrus C. E. Union will be held at i j
honest truth. (5.t times kept from I j t !
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linen. He says the farmers institutes Crystal River on April 3 to 5. Please j
I myself to pieces by takinga
\ Mi i"* Addle Elkan, of Selma, Alabama coughing I CARN Manager.
are experiment stations on a broader I teaspoonful of this remedy, and elect delegates and forward their ,
who has been the attractive
l scale in that members can 'exchangeexperiences I when the coughing spell would come : names as soon as possible to Mi-8 ---- -- -
guest or Mrs. C. Rheinauer for sometime >
I would take dose and it
on at night a
with each other and all .
Ada Bennett, Crystal River, Florida. AAAAAAyVWV VWW
will return home 1Vrdnesday sremed that: in the briefest interval it
be profited by one another's failures Bring your Bible, pencil and notebook
afternoon. would pa-s otf and I would go to sleep

and successes. He thinks it i is best perfectly free from cough and its accompanying I also Gospel Hymns eomUiutd A HEAVY REWARD !

Mr( Bennett and little! daughter, al-o that there meetings;; te held at paius., To lay that the Come praying come trustmz, come

Callie wLo hen teen the guests of Mrs. central points aDd even if there are i remedy acted as a most agreeable surprise i, believing come filled with the Spirit,

Bennett's .on, Mr. E C. Bennett for not so many prevent the newspapers" i is putting it very mildly. I had :' come determined to mike your part In ease to mind and pocketbook will bf reaped by th..-
no idea that it would or could knock
wal month had returned to their accounts of the
containing proceedings I of the convention The
a success
out the grip, simply because I had I person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in thi
home at Roanoke, : will eventually find their way to never : will be read for di-fi-
: tried it for such a purpose, butit : program soon county before investing his money therein

I the homes of the farmers and in this did, and it seemed with the second bution and one will be sent to you.
Mr. W. J. Kountz of Pittsburg Pa., I DO NOT WAIT until and
you your money are
attack of the caused
the seed will coughing remedy
way good gown; yield a I 1: Get ready, prepare, plan to go thouwhen

who owns the Commercial Bank profitable harvest.Mr. it not only to be of l less duration, but I the time cornea beure ant parted before obtaining your abstract of title from u*,

building i N: a visitor to Ocala and i ia is the pains were far le-s severe, and I *
'Xo of the tli' i is
stable after horse
use locking
Gaitskill! gave! his methrd of Mr come prepared to do your part. "I
had not used one bottle before
at the Ocala House. He will
, Runt flOwing oats and planting; corn. He Grip bid me adi..u." For sale by the I 1 promise, yes, you promised when you gone." We will also be pleased to look af tor your
) remain with ns for several days.
-- ----- says he could never eee the philosophy -!I i A tti-'[onopoly Drug Store. i i took the pledge, "to work for the taxes for you.

Mr. L. Harrison, of Lake City, in hilling corn or plowing the More About- -the- Sinking of the {I 1 Master," and to do what you could WRITE US. -

i j claim adjustor of the Seaboard Air dirt away from it as is the general Metamora. 'I for His cause. Are you going: tod+>

Line railway and a member of the custom. He plants on a level and Further details of the sinking of it? Come to convention and help : Marion County Abstract Company

of the Florida gives only a very light top plowing i and be helped.
board of trustees! Agricultural this boat are to the effect that twe j .,,
I Miss IOL.Lro[ x,
,
College, wa a visitor to this and succeeds generally in making colored men were asleep in the hold I Prp ld..nt. OCALA, lOijIDA.VANVvV .

more corn than his neighbors.Mr. >
city Saturday. and were drowned. I J
---- --- William Cuthill said that he I l Children's Coughs and Colds. ..lV'AN'AAA >
It is also stated that the Mttamora
Mr*. Karl Kaiser and childrenfour i thinks farmers' meetings are never so I rs .Joe MeGrath, 3:!7 L. M >t., I. .
: I
II collided with one of the boats on the
I!
y boys and two girls-arrived from I i Hutchinson, Kan., writes: ''I have -
successful in towns as they are in the
Hart; line the day before, which weak- j Ballard's Horehoand Syrup to
much to the delight given
Atlanta Saturday \ E. BFLOFFST
and thinks that if
of Mr. Kaiser. Ocala will !{I' country auxiliary ened it and when It ran on the snag j my children for coughs and cold for .

clubs are held in the country neigh- caused it to :spring a- leak more1' the past four years, and rimi it the ,

'\. become the permunit home of this I hurhoods that the Institute would j best medicine I ever used.: '' L'nlike I I
quickly. ,
interesting family. have mor life iu it and would be of J many cough syrups it contains! uo HARDWARE.
.. There were tweuty-eight passengers |
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,0
opium, but will soothe and heal toy
hem-til to a greater number of farm
- Mr!!. Bogey and two daughters I on boar+ i iI di.-ease the throat or luug iuufeertbau |

Mii>es Alene and Mildred, who have ers. I One of the passengers lost a thousand ':[ any other remedy. -'*:. ,">Ill'' and Sash andDoors -:. Farming

,i l>.**n the guests of Mrs. Boney's Mr. W. H. Dehonagred with Mr. |j dollars in cash and another lost \ fl.imat' Anti- Iou"poly Drug Store m Tools.
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. brother-in-law, Mr. D. SI. Boney in Cuthill. To make the Institute a \ several diamond rings. i j Our Racing Course. /

S tins city for some weeks returned success he says it must I be localized.He I The bum was in command of Captain I{ We visited the racing course yt-ter- ,__ Ready Mixed

. Friday to their home in New York spoke (,! the Ailuwe and the Merdcr, and it is .due to his !; day in company with Mr. Allen Rodgers i '- Paints Etc. -O

. City. good it accomplished because of its caloiuf and skill that the passengers I!,
who is t-upernueuding\ the nu3tru -
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popularity in the country precinct all saved.It .
. Mrs. W. P. Bissett, who baa been were <:tiou of the same. A large force
lie says that we don't WALt to know the Metamora J\J W I1VVVi
is probable
I visiting her sister, 1n. Frank O. very of hnudsare at work and the grmhuir: ( 3
I so much about how to grow things as will be raised and repaired, bat a*
I ttfaijan in this city for some time, of the track will be almost coupletedin
how to get rid of them after" the crops Capt. J. E. Lneas, the general manager iI
-aturdlyafternoon: for Live Oak, ft week's tiwe. County purvey.r i CUmlEHlIAL I( BANK\ Ol AL1.
harvested.Mr. I {
are of the line baa not been seen, I ,
here she \'hitrfl:1tins before returning Moorehead is the engineer iu 'hare .
J. W. Lyles believes that we nothing definite as regards the future
i
to her home in Birmingham, and drew the plans for the track a!...l
should have clubs in can be learned.In
country every Branch of Commercial Bank, Jad 30nviU '.
Ala. all the years of travel on the famous it is believed that it has i><>iuts -m>rr- [ ( ;
precinct and on stated occasions i
I Ocklawaha this is the first for to other track in the country
Thomas: Sexton of Ocala: a promi- any
for these clubs to send delegates: to seri'I'I I CAPITAL, X0,000A
accident and it wiil be
nent phosphate man who if superintendent ous and Ocala may well feel proud of i it
the general meeting in Ocala. determine where the blame lies for I -
of several mines throughout when it Is finished.
4 Mr. B. F. Freymouth proved to be the present misfortune. i and
9 the phosphate belt, was in the eity The grand stand, baseball ud l, eount of Firm, Individuals rktiicited.!
I r the orator of the day. He says: : farmers Wakaful Children. with Prompt Attention to !all Bu-iDe*,* Entrust to our Care.
fora few hours yesterday. He was fence and everything connected
9 are composed of a queer sort of For a long time the two year old Exchange B.u;ht and Sold.
enroute from the West End, wherehe it, will be eompletd with all po.-t-i
people and although they are spokenof child of Mr. P. \lePhe9.fson,59 N.

has been on business.-Gainesville as the "bone and sinew of theworld' Tenth St., Harrisburg, Pa., would ble speed. ---- -- INTEREST PAID ON TIMEAAAA DEPT'ST'

. Sun. sleep but two or three hours in the I Death of an Aged Gentleman.Mr. .
he had reached' the conclusionthat
IaI early part of the night, which made i Amos Fleshman, uncle of )[r.
Marion Co. No. 56 U. C. V.
Camp small and
they: are very potatoes
hard for her Her
it
. parents. mother: i E. C. Smith, died at the latter's residence
will I have a reunion and basket dinner few in hill. He that
a says every concluded that the child bad stomach i
at S:30 o'clock Friday night.
I' tn Ocala: on Jane 3rd in connectionwith other cla-s of people organize: for their trouble, and gave her one half of one' -- --- ----- ---- -- -- -

the C. D. C. The graves! of all own protection and in so doing com- of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Mr. Fleshman was in the Slst Yea! ; j

I: Tablets, which quieted her stomach of his age and had been a visitor t of IJi
departed comrade's will be strewn mand a large share of the respect of IT IS NOT PRICE, BUT QUALITY
and she slept the whole night through. Ocala about eight weeks. i
with flowers: and other memorial eier- all other but the farmers it
people Two boxes of these tablets have effected
of but t That The
elves will be held. It U hoped that eeems, haven't got business acumen I' a permanent cure and she i is now He was a native Kentucky : ; IDEAL FERTILIZERS
moved to Indiana when be was five Makes -
the day will bring together. a brgnuuloer enough to get together and until well ana strong Sold by AntiMonopoly I
.
IIS i years old and has lived there sine!
of people. they do these meetings would Drugstore. m 1 1i
-- --- that time and in the same house.
ISS Mies I i Linda Smith and Mona I amount to very little. That he knew I Renfroe-Robertson.
will be taken to his
His remains
H.ller left Saturday: afternoon, the the time when if a young woman C I Mr. Charlie E. Renfroe, of the Silver old home in Indiana tonight and wil i[ Of any tlrilc'> -old in : !'u: -tare-. The,: arc -\itle fogFlorida

S farmer for her home in Louisville, Ky, were to marry a young farmer with Springs vicinity and Miss Nettie 1 crop Prkri.l: : t L't. + : I
be buried there Tuesday.
Alma Robertson, Were married in
and! the latter to visit relatives[ forty acres of land, one or two horses z.;
this city at the court house Thursday i
t. Nashville. These young ladies who and eight or ten cows, it was thoughtthat Dissolution of CoPartnership.Notice -E INVITE COvl'-M; : ;' : XDENVKWILSON I -
Mr. J. A. Mundeu, notary public, officiating. I 1
1 are very popular in O .li\, were accompanied the had done well, but no man of is hereby given that th! i t

-5 to the train by a large ordinary standing would now think The bride is a neiee of Mrs. Pope, co-partner-hip between J. M. heretofore Liddell and existins E. E::1 & TOOMEf} FERTILIZER COMPANY !

delegation of their friends and quite{ a that his daughter had done well at all matron of the Marion couuty hospital, Bogart under: the firm name of Liddel

and has her-elf been of the valued and- Bogart, has been dissolved bj l
number the young ladies and gentlemen if she were to marry a farmer owning one mutual consent The business willbe Manufacturer of Ideal I'ertilifcr anti Special Crop formulae
!
IS nurses at this instution for the pasteight
went up as far as Martin with even as much as eighty acres of land continued by J M. Liddell and son. J\.li nlI.I.I FLOKIDl. :
or ten months. ] J. M. LIDDELL,
them returning on the three o'clock and equipments in proprotion. This extends i its ".
.J paper congratulations E. E. B XtART. OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.

train. Mr. Freymouth was afraid that this to Mr. and Mrs.: Renfroe. santos, March li>, 1





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A HEALTH POLICY crossing public and who, the danger are same compelled of being the to the traveling use main this I.i|j i I Biggest Grap Fruit Grove in the Mrs. Hettie 1---------I 'j'.E, BIGGS.ATTORNEYATI. ---- 'G- .1 .r II B C T B I F & L n 0 II IIlOfflce .j


road leading into Ocala from the World-Other Items of Interest.A Hoboken. .A W.
I Ijauves
"he system i fa, from natural in Gary-Agnrw Block. j
has bt. :>
f debilitated or run-down i north. \\' respectfully: ask the city lite i i sue: of the New York Packer mona t F' Ok IDA "....

both in the spring find! fall. The authorities of Ocala! to see that the01lutane1 Gxetn to I a
}t [ seasons' changes are always a tax v against the blockading of contain the following) complimentto ton and n u ,

ion the human organism. The gentleman who formerly residedin obtain a dog AALO5 L. SISTBUNB. I l >It.t .
streets. be rigidly enforced against this a I i '
t f j blood 1 )becomes impure in the rier. t I.
f- I spring, and vitality lags in the fall. particular offense, and we request the this county. The I iTTDRNEY-aT-IAW. t I .

IA little care, a little atiistance, county officials to lend their earnest The correspondent of that paper was tendered t tt nj.ii3uM>n<. .) -.t K 4 'l' I ,t" : : 11 I' i 1
and nature will do the is .j 'f j'
j rest, as it
this evil. We cannot -- oj .
aid! in correcting Cra-nnell. \1 .
I j altvaystrying to maintain health. nay: ,
I but !believe that by co-operation of the I on the ground SPtNXfcK. \ ,
Frequently the eakent will .
f organ "One and one naif miles north of t.
: ( show the ni'-4 di-<.rder, and! this I II c oiintv and city officials the people olated the "
often loads to treat nwnt.t. Palmetto is the Manatee Lemon Vs. a license for ATTORNKY-A I'iI.AW'I .. ,.;. '
: wrong | \\ ih protected in their right to un-I s :
,-\ \. .r"I'! .
I For the dul-ihtaied conditions : .y. 31J
++.aw.
costs $2 --
.' of 350 of and
obetruettd use of the public glove consisting acres grapefruit j jprocure
r [ of spring or fall, or any other I 1 _- __ .... ,
Itiiiif, for that matter, the right It tin- evil continues unabated wemist I orange, lemon and tangerine on* I I _
tee the D FI'LLfR.
j thin; to do H to build Up the succeeding term of this court .. I < _
tr t" respmivt'ly as follows 1U, It10 who
man (
.
j wholey.tem.: It is not t your stem- will adopt drastic measures. DENTIST MAM n. 1 I I'! HI le'r
neh or liver alone that ] fruit tree, ll.o1)1) trees, to the rourt
or jieiver. grape orange Hour
U\ our investigation of county affairs had Vuuroe JtChamhli.,Hank Oca!* "..1. .hho Pitta,.. "' ....4....
eakJeueil
a dog
the
cau- trouble are \\ -
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; jou ] 7,000 (lemon trees, 1,500 tanjfiiii; s, all ___ __ .,_ butt Jltlllll"l V..raa.
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all over and inn.have re- we learn that quite a large numb In New York -

j uewed atreugth and vitalit}'. 'lla eyou .-, of people are engaged in business of which are in splendid condition. that it was M. rIJo'II'os.--: \," 1I1t10\\' : F.u\ I. .. ..

p. cannot get sol j and! professions who. in open violationof F. D. Waite, the superintendent and another one I A SM -rials 1 : \
n quit'kly or surely! or PHY :aA:N AND ifM.E'lX: : .
safely a* I.)' UsingOr.HARTER'Sl he revenue laws, have failed to general manager of this magnificent : over Tea-I of (jruccrt. uvp. Moi.uzuma Plircha nl'.i.1 '
*:OUT ', "I.\ i l" t w.
I jltI pay their occupational tax. The penalty CRAVE OF UCAI'A. H'* '
: property, id a thorough! agriculturist, GuaraiituT! 'r: r ? and, .
for these offenses deprives
imposed -
as well as horticulturist. Many thou Accidentally -- Sold! l >"uti. ari.j. I 'VrrJn
\ the grand jury of jurisdiction. I: H -
I IRON TONIC tisti Had CHAFF.,1't! \1 '!t.. .i .
sindi of crates of : -
or else we would have returned Indictments vegetables are shipped
Ijondcn, DENTIsTOCAI.A.. Iffit".nd! u ...-.v K .. .
l I When you use Dr. Harter's Iron against all these parties with- out by him alone." cablegram to : FLA. _r'"If I e

P Tonic you are helping to renew out regard to their calling or occupation I This correspondent J gives the following merce from \' i ::l-:ts::- S :
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t the of't'f !
vigor tiber of
} your We think the nonenforcementof
body. You are cleansing and enriching : data about the fruit growing U made: from !
r' 1Ioooj the law in these cases is a crying' of St. John. In I I1i6roYtm
your ; you are t
aud interests of that
strengthening your stomach and shame and some one is to blame. We trucking county : < ?d the :

increasing the digestive fluids; you understand that the revenue tax provides I j From July I, 1901 to July 1, 1902, King Attilla! in j I IAx.t1quanana E. r. ALLEN M.D. Education by MaN

are building up and renewing theactivity ; two remedies, to-wit: The collector :': m:arantashipped! 30,010 boxes citrus : lost'j! j OCl'LIST and ALRIST.: ..' :
of and liver ,
your kidneys ; j should make complaint to the''' arches, as j I .." .. .' .. .', ...... ...
and you are feeding and revitalizing ,, fruits, .'{,:})!) crates vegetables: ; Terra the grate of j llr T*..*t .r M,U wf I **,.. ''4-."'., rM. ...
I .< your nervous: F.v,teiii. You [ connn judge and a warrant should is- .. IClol,1.ItiJld v...:.. Fla .Very .a. ,,'...9'-1....... .J..t.- ...,.. ...'r.1 4
do Ceia bay, from 3 wharves, t,7,897 boxes tlmately be i M.rlUrMuMrou! T.......... ._
cannot this without
f ge sting -Uf. and the: parties if found guilty, the j Ttnr.t! y ewe. l'JJ\'WAnr_. aaart L .. ....."/..
F well, and you cannot take I>r. HurI j punished by the imposition of doublethe citrus: fruite 178,974 crates vegetables; made I' .. .
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land in tins Jr
,. ter' Iron Tonicwithout doing it. | ".qf .. _
/,: :. amount of the license tax. At the i'i :Manatee River-Elleuton: and above struck a '

t CHICAGO, ILL, Nov. :26 1301.I saute time the collector should proto ;1; ,/J6:! box s citrus fruits, 54,147 crates were several

I The Jr. llirter M'<1> 'in* r<' .i U.UESTLIt:1iI'o i *-..,1! collect by levy and sale of thedetinr1ueat'5 vegetables Manatee bronze, and ;
; 29,3-4 boltS
1 : : ;: 1 ;iiiuf-n.unti rev
> H.r. :
personal property. We stone bearing: Remember
j mend Dr. Har'-rs Inn 'lonu1. a l'
j firmly believe it i' tin' l><.-( hour on the dislikeery much to be placed in the j I citrus fruits-5,824: crates vegetables ; iariptions. the :! A f
] market today. I:>.-ry sI'rVt. and fall !
J my sHIIMII M-ems 1.1 iw in iix-'l "t a | attitude of censuring any one, but offlj I j Manavista, ;,53.1lOxf citrus fruit,

1 nave tonic taken and a for hottUf the pit mar Hintjniie tmiu twice J rial dereliction in regard to this classof 11,157: crate vegetable; Adam?, BIG FULL

j a"..nr. UIIS. JOHN: J. ti I IM-IVO. | taxes has become notorious until : ;
so 16,000 box!* citrus fruitol. 1i, >}>4 crates ; 4 .
.1l" imenbthif; Itlf I''i..ju j ruuiuO ,e.I3r1 Plan Adopted TAX 11 \lU !:1"i .
tFOR.kgotxl M., ('tin'.u<., we cannot pass it by.In our general j 1 1presentment \UK\
vegetables; Braidentowu, 3.,!W' boxes EXPRESS .
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even though we cannotpre 1U3U. rt Id ,
SALE EVERYWHERE. New York. t .r 4
i( ,Ant specially by indictment. citrus fruits, 8,776 crates vegetables; announced in : r' Z; PsEPAID \

We again call public attention and I Palmetto, i;,.-t-!O boxes citrus fruits, Cnerte in (220 arl M >I."I': j i.-ram
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especially the County Commissioners' 18titX': crates vegetables; grand total), and "' e : .J-.t i '! \\.tr,.. InuiI
GRIND JURY PRESENTMENT.Decrease ma,
to the unsafe condition of the publicrecords. :)).1,161 boxes citrus fruits and 44ooti2 der concerning .a ......
--- Their loss by fire would en- pay of 1'1J \ j' w. :..r Utut: 4
crates vegetables. those holding ti Y .51
tail trouble and
very great expenseto 6,9J
in Crime .
:. Need Protection NotedPuk'icRecords -Jail's our people and it is but the part of '; Lying about half way between Palmetto Included the 1IIItj I 'I,,' ist. StH50' \ .

bu '
cent in the
Condition common wisdom to make some more and Elleuton, at Mauavista, is
Bad-Good Roaos
un-dw the order
: Movement Endorsed. secure provision for the safekeepingof I l the Atwood grove, owned by Kim. tlreraont but it I A-PIf"--.i I I'{ u' EXTY. FIVfrt.1It

In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial these invaluable papers. I I ball (.'. Atwood, of New York city. Unity to step < J2'j4c LUAUS I IN
The fish laws are openly and fragrantly er men .
Circuit of Florida. Marion county. i This beautiful grove stretches over an \\ \ h ,Hltl t.
.
violated at Orange Lake If cut off entirely. 00.1 !
Spring term 1903. :j area of:!41)' acres, and consists of 1,000 $ 9
we had jurisdiction we would certainly ..
To the Hon. W. S. Bullock Judge I fruit trees. -. ., -"... :
indict these violators, but the pun- grape Steamer -

.Presiding: The Grand ,Jury sworn ishment fixes jurisdiction in the inferior I This i b; said to be the largest grapefruit Fall River, i
and empaneled the spring term of S. E. BLUM & COMPANY, ;I BAIRD!I O HHDAE[ [I
the Circuit Court having concludedour courts; besides the body of this I grove in the world. The manager simmer : ., \\. ,
1 .
Tind .1 I -
lake is in the adjoining county of for Fall River j B..y t. I 1
labors, beg to submit this our general A. H. Brown, is thoroughly versed -
Alachua. We thus publicly presentthe fir in the ( Jacksonville 1 pla. i! Gains, iltf Florida i
( presentment.We in tree culture.Those Xv lives were I! ,
matter in hopes that the county II I
are glad to be able to report
judge and sheriff of that county will and many outer thing, are
that there have been a less numberof
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take prompt steps to prevent further the attraction that make of Palmetto .
criminal cases demanding our jar
violations of the law in this particular the choicest in Manatee
; vestigation than usual, and a majority : spat county,

of those were of a homicidal character in their jurisdiction. |j j\vhichManateeeounty citizens claim
In view of the importance of the FACTS ARE NOT FUTILEi
i-- growing out of festival fights. But for : i U the choicest county in all Florida.
subject made it business
f. we our especial -
these nuisances we could have concluded
f': to examine the method and
man-
our labors at least a day earlier. So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste!
There is hardly ever one of these.. ner adopted by the County Commis- 1'hr-clll/ they lead to t/ir satiny (!l tnfti' ill ,101'"

sioners in the construction of hard Mr?. (.'. Peterson. 625 Like til ,

negro in festivals a row and held consequent without its loss: ending of- I I roads now going on so successfully Topeka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's jJ Ch'el. See ic/tttt I Juice to offer you find b(' fully 0111',1..

life. and satisfactorily in Marion county. Horthound 'yrup says: : "It bas

Upon the whole, however, it is very I That good hard roads are a public never failed to give entire satisfaction
necessity is now conceded by every t
gratifying to be able to report a
'-1)
well informed and thinking man. and of all cough remedies, it U my
marked decrease in crime in Marion

county. That they will do more for the up- favorite, and I must confess to my I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-date lint of

": An investigation: of the various building of our state and county by many friends that it will do, and

f county officers discloses the fact that the inducement of desirable immigration ha done what is claimed for it-to

t Marion county is blessed with efficient and the enhancement of land val- speedly! cure a ctrigh or cold ; and it is Dry Groocls an cl. G-rooeries

:. and competent county officials ues than any other one thing we can f-o "Wt't't anti i't) pleasing in ta*tt'." 25e,

e who display a commendable zeal in do we verily believe. The only que50tion 50c. and $1.00' bottles at The Anti-Mo which I offer to the people of Ocala. Marion and surrounding counties, at the

k" discharging the duties of their positions left is their construction in the- nopoly. m t

t e, in the interest of the public. most desirable and economical man School Notes most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that tic day i.

We recommend that the Board of ner. It is now plainly evident that The here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give > ou .
Philonmhean and Hoi
L County Commissioners authorize the the County Commissioners exercised Sper- ,

Clerk to have the partition in the good judgment and far sighted policyin mologoi Societies held a joint meeting this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will :

t Clerk's room moved west on a liner the purchase of improved road ma ye terd4y afternoon at the High supply any: and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, S ATI- iN'S. SHOES, ,I
chinery. It has now been demonstrated -
with the county judge's office. This
School building. AH of the speeches,
f will l relieve the Clerk's office from itscramped that with this machinery we can HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is: complete and full. The prices shall b*, 1
readings, es.-a\sand: the debate
were
l make more hard roads and better ones
condition
and
will
still
leave
r ample room in the corridors for the at a less cost than the old plan and splendid and each student was in made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See

use of the general public. we heartily endorse the action of the hones that their society would win the u"I
I
: We went in a body to examine the Board of County Commissioners and i I II I
k f ask them to continue the workof day.The I
good
I jail and regret to have to report it in f subject of the debate was
an unsanitary condition. The ventilation building hard roads and to pur- I
"Resolved, that music exerts a rell.tf'fIntlutn..e
: is bad. the plumbing is bad the chase further machinery for the sameas

y: beds are extremely bad. We recommend fast as a just and provident expenditure on mankind than ora- t .

that the system of plumbing betaken of the public funds will war- tory." There were some splendid r I P l tt
r ItI
out and replaced with new work points 011 each side. The debate was
r rant.The
so tar as needed including new flush- most gratifying result of our one of the best we have bad this:

Ing tanks with proper working valves. investigation of public affairs is find- year. (! I,

We found one broken flush pipe leading ing the public school system in so 0,
t The judges, who were Irs. n. S.
: to the
sewer, allowing gases to escape flourishing a condition. We commendthe
'"
,f c into the rooms. We insist that officers and teachers for efficiencyand Scott, Miss Georgia Smith and Rev.L. .

I those whose duty it is to see that zeal and trust that nothing may U. Warren, decided in favor of the

1. there is an improvement in this park happen to retard the growth of our rhiolom tbean. .

ticular. public school system which is the I.t
This is the second joint
I It has come to our knowledge that pride of every true Floridian.We meetingthat : I,
the we have had this year and they CU-? :
';"- corporation known as the Seaboard recommend that our membersof I

Air Line Railway are using the the legislature attempt to get legis- are as instructive:: as interesting. \

r tracks at the depot in the city of lation placing monies of the sub- S.C. 1 I

t Ocala as a terminal where they.make I school districts when collected by the ----- I ,
A Gift to the Hospital.
i up trains and keep the public crossing collector to the trustees of each sub- r

blocked for long periods of times, school district to be used by them as During his recent visit to this city I .

/ their judgment may direct without going Mr. B. F. Saxton, of New Yore City, Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own likii'i lit I

Danger of Colds and rip. through the bans of the county g9.'eIrs.. D. \V. Dub check for !.
a
The greatest danger from colds and treasurer, thus saving to the sub-dis different beans, and is in great and growing demand. Th'e vt r)'. best to l..- had
$25 to be given by her to the :Marion
grip i is their re ultiu iti i>uejmonia trict the commissions allowed the We make of
for the
anywhere. a specialty fine
County Hospital in memory of his money pure toflVt-s ai.i Tt*. ,
if reasonable cure H used, however, treasurer.To

and Chimberlaiu'a ('.'ou th Hemedy id the court the solicitor and other brother, Mr. Thomas F. "jaxton, who and any thing sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and qu uuty. L.,w 1 tt

Y taken all danger will lie avoided. court officials and to our foreman and died at Lake Weir June 16. 18911.
prices reliable goods and service attract trade and 1
[ I prompt we hold it. Try us.
Among the of who
tetw tliouviuds clerk
we extend thanks for courtesies This gilt comes at HU opportune ..

have Used this remedy for theme diseases extended, and now ask to be discharged !
time aud we know i is appreciated by ..
we have yet to learn of a single i
, c!*;e having faulted in thtK-e who are trying to help along .
ueumouia, We realize with much regret that this I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarter whm you
institution.
wLich.ohows l'oucluivdy but it is a Mr. Carter worthy
our efficient solicitor will a
, f- certain i>revt>u'ative of that! diuger-, not be with us after this term and we come to Ocala. \Ve are always glad to see you and shake your hand. A.k for II'
y Otis diseli e. It will cure a cold or an desire to fo cure a cold in one day.
especially extend our thanks ,
attack the grip ia leas time! than I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet I II
to him for the efficient aid
given
t< any other treatment. It Unpleasant in our labors. Silas H. Gaitskill us I *. All druggists, refund the money S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store. i f..
R:. and safe to:take. For sale! by AntiMonopoly -
;4 Drug Store Foreman. J if it failes: to cure. :F.:. W. Grove's I ,
James A. r
Stevens, Clerk.
signature! is on each box.-. c. a


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s \\'ervorkveakens MANY DEATHS FROM r NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S! SALE. f NOTICE r I'
COLLISION OF BOA TS
Your Kidneys. ; 1wtt.r .. ,i.'J.\' A -, -- -- iJ ,-
ia the Circuit Court ut the sixth :ludicai ClICBK }
H 1 > itire !* lJ. of the slate of Honda ill and for the .
that
,1-1' rtrt '4 reuy givrii the un- ,

rnhelthY KlJncjs Make Impure Bloo uOLLiSION BOATS RESUL TS !fN DEATH :' :. :. .' ; 'Hr-utifit. j*. iiiiuini*l..rl Imuisti Count} of Pa..cu. In ChanCery

'- The St. Petersburg State Bank a Corpora n i s

A.i the blood i in your body pases through ---- H;. oS' .. .( ti.- ai.Ie i 4.f J L F*>a4t-r A
three minutes. .'!' ir--'l.! 10111111 i Irviiif, FliTnla the soil ManutV taring Company Cttru
ysur kidneys once every Crowded Steamers Crash In < Cc._ ..1:1 on County. For1a.: I S A, A Corporation .
rn"h.' kidneys areI3odurlflerLthey yo.r Hoax.: ?cr Responsible For .- : ih2-.
VvTiVto : .LtI t XDER AND BY KTCE OF A O no
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tJ.II t! ter out ,he Wa te i.1-1 Dense Fog. Accident. g r uMfM-k m. i.u the 1 ol :urccioure and sale rendered b\ : 'e (

Jl 'V'v i }Vt&V? impurities in the k-i -. Irt-nli. ... rsjKMf ami utter fur sale at ntitloi Honorable court J Ball in cbaiKcrv judge-'of t at*ikt,ie

j _Ui cHt'; l If they: ar sick cr out I BOTH VESSELS MAKE PORT 'l T- :. ,- t.ul'I.! ._.:. ry all the personal proper I /h day of February A :on in a
TO SH LOST
FIVE KNOWN
."nC1 U cf order they fail to dD r"- \' of -.4 ill 't'I '" \! their herein the M. "dcr-bu-. -:.. : a c'f'
JfV work. --
( i -i I. (i.f nu -r.I mer-hau'iise and porattua a. Trustee L-. ,.1-1. ;. tad tre
7 I Pains aches and rheumatism Believed that Death List Will Be Tug Collides with Steamer! P. VVm.fria 3 utrcr' a a j Globe Phosphate Ml ing atCompa \," "tU1'i -

;riT L..Y come from ex- .tr..' rix'tirr*. a fully equipped saw jii. j "')'. I'trus Counts Iortor2Lin. I- i A 4 ,

'.( c&ss cf.UriC acia in the Swelled When Steerage Compart in De.av.are River with Serious R*. .,1! 'I.d rxt- and t>.rrel IUllnuaeI. j. et a'! arc r.t-iri: '. "rlt.. IA
"trcnas Master '
:a U. Kt. i tor
----.J, bbc, Cu e toJ negle:ted I merits Are Examined-Party U. S suits-Tug Soon Sank, out WinifredMa.eh. !I.-.\ ,"nit' it lug all tiif ii'f" ary ma.I" !I, Highest and bc=i Didder i iMuaday I. .' he Lt .
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ItI- ; : in "rnl" D: c ::t
Mal ines nave Close Call. I'IM.urr, 4'J-iut-b circular .
VJa .is 111e the oth ciav'of saui nn ," !
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\Jrcc '
K.: ;i1 :--os: causes quick or unsteady (
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.. hour. of sale: rout .. dot,
in 01'
4 f : -- 1D
0- ide Kraut
11'1 :*:., ard r.akes one fsel 1 as tnoughJ Near LouJon Conn., March 21.-ID lurge plaurr, < UaticCity mthr 'cun1'"-' tak .
th j -_ h*-:: trouble because the heart is : PhlJelvnta:: 23.-Five men rt7 : II It- "-urfM 'r, lI.h.p ss, i ri Hi mer lIu.l i i Fl' nca the rol iviag <.ie.IVC" \ -
the fog whuii descended on the waterr .' Piot: of th -I I town
O" :'* rA..ig m pumping thick. kianeya : of Long Island sound last night tae of tuH mew : thc tug : I 1'1! .u-r fur iar.e atd small b. <>po, i ta.e 1!I Al': thcoe cert lOb 'cc.-- .- ir f._:- ;
_i through veins tad city v. .r., .tec in a col..a.on otwrtn -
;c. w oJ arteries. i I r" IJI.LIIIIItav I of la ad ttujte. t U jicand .cij \1ty n CO.Bloljow t
:; .. :o bs considered that only urinary I tig Fall River passenger steamer PI}' I ::e 'us and the aieimer i'WmiiinJ. jointer beau- I I Mate ot Hoilia. aniJ v-s"' c- .. _

tri-_.ajrs I a te traced to the kidneys I couth from New York for Fall Rive. I : in ue Ueiaaarr i.\er, ,): Ii. ITI'II''t'r, situ:, aw, rut-oft &W, I I ot The northeast .quarter o' tt!>r i'j. ,: qua:*r" -;
section
two the *
fci"caer.i science proves that with 50u and a crew 01 :1'; .. "iuultdl' saw, drag Mi w huttiui sonn< j- .jnorthwr : ot terth t.
.assengf :
nearly ( i Ma < ut Ut.i-.. Pa., late last n.gri:. fit saws, :quarter or t1.'O :'c '. ru:;
tlt: "-.I-':o ral diseases hay theIr bejajjj down while ol tic a.>nhea:l '.: --vi '.
men was inn passed i remain.ng; three members of ::"" crew ii/u'l '**1', VrUrrr tuarhiUf, teUoUI nonhea quarter 'hrt..etl.
: .T '.lUii./ trouble quarter ot the 'oi.:"ir.-i arter :
It \ 3u arJ nek you can rr.aks no mistake through the Hue by the freight steam I wer* satec. The following were l1i I i I IUHI'biue. two rip saws of special def *ct'on thtrtceo. n t.wnhp -,:..: 1O'1tt
er City of Yaanton. or the same lice range nineteen east: and the soolhr.-1 qiurtr
tj first dcc'.cr.nj your kidneys. The mild I drowned"Alo.i0 f i I 1 <'iun, knife griuder, stamping ma- 8l the northeast quarter of section tec. :WDahlp

&nd il'e exa; -rena.ry effect: ef Dr. Kilmer's I bound for \ -* York. i Hardy. engineer. I I chiue fir ,:Iwt tends, uue4 bnIt'pow- I scvrntetn south range DIDCICCO. cost.
a.-np-Rcot, ire A full !'>ii feet of the starboard of I O'atiOft Results Also the following described und tUnte ia
feat kidney remedy is John Bennett hate. Fatally. >
Hernandu
I *r vutriiif, out :!U.hllrit'poli"t'r @nliu., Count\, vate ot Florida to wit
ssen iied.! It s'ar.ds the highest for its I the vessfi i.xs mashed in as if it had Frank Atkinson, stewaro. I Philadelphia.; !; March 21.-For th f j jOUt. 0 h' southeast quarter of the northwest quarter aid >
1 1 ef the been ths i >iSf|>Ovtr rr euiri <*', out 3UI the north west of the southwest
wsnitrf care most distressing cases jjdr. the state rooms of Albert Painter. deck hand. first as !tar as surgical history of quarter quarter
goesa I section .
a:: IS s lci :! 1'3 r\erits F- I second cab!: -Acre entirely cut away Portuguese Fir em au, name ua patient! has died from an operation I bont-p .w.r Mi!me, one ;!idhire.powcr"lie rang tWenty twenty one township twentytwosouth .

bJ &., cr.u1SU In fmy- 'i'J .... -::' I while down .n the hold members ot known. for congenital dislocation of the > engnif, )) horM-powt-r k"oilr, IWo A'-so the following described !land Mtuatc in
J hip
ad $It.CsUu IL- g t.' : i snmter Countv state c! Florida to-wil The .
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cent You have a :" '" the crew wn W"Lp asleep in the steerage -I The Winifred was towbg the bares after the bloodless methods introduce 01.r" i*>wer Uiilrrc one duuioiy out; halt of the northwest quarter uf ,-ct.ontwentVHftght.

\Cs. r"iy wereOArn.J the tonem ol I .IIZInlO- with 4 the southeast'luartaof l'ie northeast
I by by Professo carVE milof track
: Adolph ,
Port Tex. Lorenz The
saT.ple bottl by ma.l Ndffi4 of sm. I Ooneicaugh from Arthur pa quartacf section t"eUlvtuD* ui. the .
fee. alia pamphlet tellir.g )ou how toeu'it fmd water v/h: :' : ',' i through the gra: I to tuis city anu became fog bound in I i t1t'Dt. an &->---old girl. was operatec, : i 1., .1 uV-aiirt ittar.I l Io: carts, timber northeast quarter of the southwmcr. oi 2

hAve kidney or bladder trouble. I gap made .y th? h JW of the freightstiamfr. upon !last We ir."sday. iraui. nil ". section twea'j-ninr. all in to.,i-. .i. eighteen
1 >J: I the Delaware bay on Thursday The Although thE: u ?t solltr} drying racks and south range twenty-two

1 Mention this paper when writing Dr. KikM : snrseans;: did not AI-o the lolloping desC'' t .. ', i-f ''art
tug POt; had towed the Conemaugh oucc"ed in reducing: "'Ol"bl" .' **, crate form;), forge aud r \ i
k Ca. Bia jhamtca. N. Y. I Thp sh"fo >:lfie.i: the neo I the ('isV! )":artnn. nn faf.T. -.,.-nlr.. to wit
aac on
i an -trdm: the Winifred fom the .. milt! IfI'I 1. .
an -- '--- i K\ ('oiui lttc schedule Beginning at. stake one hun :-r1 t I im.
'- pie aboar' 'P ship.' H>y tio's: ",'>-: =<} rom the fite iiOj le t south from the .. -
: : choratanti pulling in hawser ovraton, but the :i t-e-: H n.a'tneol )
wag can IK tnuiKt i.u tile in tbe .
i | probate the "
C. york Picker I ed rema s Int.. .d. and t: p. liil:! v.3s later 'zed: with outhwtst quarter : -- ithca-t
when the -.earner crashed into her > convu of .
..m'-., ur ltd""r the mill ana lie quarter sea '] tutrnu jrxr-; v. hip .:
'A as no ; j s.or: ar.j died: -1jUt'. r--u- three
i am dsL.p vntn 'ernb.e f ree. The tug :a a short time. ea-l.
HUSTLING HASTINGS.Immsnst -
The ro n offnr.p a'tpr the vt-s \1ir'l.( -n\ witl iiPMtlii m two lor;., one h.tre.t ani .: ,, and c,:.t.--- : 4 S
1 (Il rn >'". \ The Winifred was llnin- .. feet \-->( : ::1 th; -i- ouad .::\ .
II
Bel ., 1 1- ii-i- !' sj > f il,e rohaurii-ie at>dnrr line .
had :j :.- maue w..y11'; inI I ju Ooera Singer Shot j ,1 ti.! *' *. utHn ,..i *rr A

Potato $ndustryFarmersBsy.Groat sound C fhf foe l' ,/ s-- red "t .. --- .- (.-tj'r.> OMa March 21 -On thRo" < ." n\iir :, and the other of the II I f fu anr:rca>t .ee .,"tI'J ll 1' '; ; ;
out1 .
: r.n "-:, and runt!:' > :' ',:h
a p<; -: of G'I:'. l N.at1'; i.' T..1: : ASSAULTED BY NEGRO. '- :is-tt.; :' am :.r. Garhre last ni-rh J J'ri ill p :t'ali.I 1 ail: UplueUlt! UUt': ; au. p.rithe:: : -id ,-t in ijteatn" t :
.i Barrel Factory i iI I 1 Zin, c--_ ;
"Il. ,
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City of 'i- ' i r I. <
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Ha-1 ;,"', Fla., Min-h :-ThiM fog and wlua: she wa-> s'ght"! ,t :.Ath- I, Bank President Lying in Precarious I I 5.r I;; "-: ;'-rer.'as seriously ir.jur'' IV'tt.t "::1;. <-a,ii on all purchases! I II. u'ndC"i ,' -s line: :. '. r ''I <

I officers tl:: Plya- .ih was too ciosi-1; :.I ;. = ," .' i ith. the die .] -i "-, p"rI:! .: '. I I.01 < {
o ;'
son a-'tI.
c > sfcfxirmg througt : I
.i tou N U)>>are 1 to avoid i": ** lollisic':. ., ; I nl:. .tcwtn -:- ,
; Chatun >'.a. Tr.n., March l.-A j cir \ .o.tby which she was ='t I| < J. et hu.r '"c--- itl.. :".
|MUt: ynmiiig rt-giousof thr There v.-ES a quick e 'bans- of sis : ; t'r': T1',. all )1"1 rdiM"tJ.r aid aunt, baUt'? I Irt"f.r..It'.t > ,,; I'. :t" i b. ur... .', it -",,
i 4 "t.tn1 her
A arm ani ,
sitfi to Thr News from Spnne j '-' -
City j. bv ) ice : ) I" ; mi or ; .." lun,,
Ittatt', aud fanuers often reap u rich naIs and then the crash. The bass i j j Ter.! says Mr A. U Paul: unuf ; br-\va' -"- : .,'e :nro atoms. the smal f rorol"ltOry Rote'y' ,:".:c' : tir L 'ntv. ot ilIIl"
: at>it* rj .I!\ and twelve ujimtli witl r !, f-Id.: liC
of the City of Taunton penetrated l' tae no-t prominent citizens PICO.- iiitr':.: her face and arms it I| A'-o! ,;.. .
hart from tbis crop. The iii'lus- of that : j le<-:-- .c. : ;Jr ;
1 feet into the hull of the Pl>'mouth I!': plate and i "sxient of the bank there i i !innn u'ii'Ip'lre: : cau-lne mans i mierrii at the rate of b pd ttrnt. per elta:'". "- l' min, : : ; :. "

: try Ima-wumtil very Urge allot with HIDIt.. 'r : ,ctu'w,; L :. : .. lad ,v .
prop.tr- auuuiu
and as sh. backed away she raked tb : was a, iuit" :last night by Dol'k Dar wotircs Her home is in Chicago i (good swurity to bt Inc .a t.k n.-:*-<: ,.rql1iart"'r.tJ"

; tiou*. I- 'r ilD there Wd" shiprd upper work of the passenger vesv'! !,- win. a negro whom he had dischargedfrom II, She recently oaaif from Paris. : approved by th: under igiied. "hIP! ;' u't.' _:1. <..-. '. .- ountFkrtij ? -
.m' (--: ed in th. t-- *- al!" 'r.
second cabin and
tearing the
(rum Hastiug-i :SW\t, harrels (rljfU out rip bis.eVre: ld.1 D. H. IRVINE i thh 1u: ertc'cc.' JO thr .-[ft .,\ >.'NA'l
ping the st.':*> rooms to pieces. Water Thf'itfO \nother Cornell Victim of TYPh r..2. t4'!
yiT 'rr. Thiy."r the Ian ;'I usfd a hatchet or some t? Aiimiii sti"ttllr de tniuis oou of the t the t. ".. ."I: I 1emtiCUEIIICs ,-, ,.I_ ,_
'L i acreage pour- in' the hold and dro'ned the like :.,a, X. Y. March 21.-A. I .
inrrum.-nt
and Mr Paul's skull K-iatf ui J. L Feaster, l'lL," .' .t 3,1 "a' 'takl1daul
men in th-':! hunks The Plymouth i I I Lord. student at Cornell dect'ased.i ., ., .
a
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I lifeu lucrea-ed t<> altout 1UK, alunwtJou'Kauti I j i wa5 r-a..ru"p.Ol in adlition!: to ether in. uaiversity I i film : : )uldw> c' ". C.
i : : \ure.JJU tJl ""\ Lrrn ,
with favorable C'ltiiiilioua was insmpiliatiy headed for this city ':: ;uri'5'hL'! ': fi" r"l'e'ld. who had typhoid fe\er. is dead in the contT3d> a"'b. mstorts.. ,- niI1ig

f i It was thought at one time that tht : At :latirert. Masonic home in this city_ The young AS ORDINANCE stock.cjr.. ilsupplies t .. .. ; \ ::. saod
; today he is in i
It !, t"'iinutHI th leM will litin the a'pr .i:.' ,.. .. I other ;.r. JJ.. itt Hcv'IiYl
Masons
i ship's company would have to taketo man :IS a orphan and last Jum
cariou I'lmdition. .
Darwin inddl' '
1 fled after .n 'racEd t ';; ; c. t
DvieatMithoiMl: of .VI,<)HHJ titrrrlo. Ju>t the boats. but the closing of th? ccl committing; the assault. and won a state scholarship at Cornell defendant Qq....'j'onatuiv ,\,'C e M.hi t
a
lision bulkheads prevented the water posse H*> was trying to work his way througl Ilelatiou to Tre ..paj-siDg OD Public decree
; tu-y gettiug with Mood; hounds gave chase capturing AH of said prony h'---- cri'-ct
114)w are
growers very Prupt Streets Mdewaik
rty. and to
from the college. .
gaining and boat gamed the him bcagso1dlrtheoarpo..eo-. t ::: Ie
ar a long run through the Regulate the Use of the Same.
1 their i-rop pUnteaul r lomB aud harbor and wharf unassisted. cree ana costs of sale
country. Officers with difficulty pre- The many tri"ixK of John BloULt Be it Ortlaiufd by the City Council of I CARTc \t 'rm-1 \ 'So
There was no of telling Immediately :tIa--' ',. .. .
firlds i>reeut bCenes of intercstiugactivity. way vente i a mob forming and 'ft\.
taking the the of Ocala
It I how perished will be please t41 learn that he has City : Shakleford ft Prttingil!
many persons .
Ij negro. Section 1 I. That from aud after the Solicitors tor Compla- -
j Six are dead certainly, and in the mas? Darwtn entirely recovered) fmoi his attack of
was removed
this
l Ooe of the tu-iif-t enterpriies at of debris! from the wrecked cabin and to the morning rheumatism. Ctianilterlaiu's Pain passage of tbis oidii'auceit shaH be
count jail at DaYton.
j % H'iugU L the Stave aiil barrel factory state rooms there may be several more Balm cured him after the b"t't doctorsin unlawful for any person or persona to I NOTICE

bodies. while in the steerage, it is WOMEN STRUCK BY the town Mormon, Ind.i had failedto {lace, or cause to be placed, or allowto I In the United Males Cirrau < a-: attic--
of the PaUtki l Ow >erage Co. TRAIN. .
i [ thought there are bodies of other give reliefThe prompt reh-f from remain in front of bid or their I District ot Floruia m t u." r-

TL.y are a. hu y &i beet making drowned besides those reported Accident Results In Death of Three the sidewalks O H. P. Beail. Complainant tH.! NJ.
pain which lliN liuiiuftit Httiml: is premises, upon or gent. et al. defendants.-Bill i u -< ac

UrrN for the anti As the Plymouth was being made and Injury to One. streets of Vala. luercbaudue 'RING TO THE c."' si THAT
"p Ul!; potato crop alone wi,rth uuuv times it, en.f. Fur any ITrr : -
fast to the wharf there was seen te Philltpsdal: R. L. March 21 -Three : BDtt in saul cause cr x
miuufaeturius barrel staves for the sale hy ihe Auti-MniifjiU lhusjSt'>re.in good, lt ow-eJist'i. barrels, wagons, Nash Emily 0 Hart. Charles A Nash George -
be a hole 10 feet her hull women Mere instantly killed
square in and a cart omnibuses a. Nash. Frank M Nash Mellon D N -.h.
lujZt' 'IU ,nuty of bill r1. u-eil iu thed..luuj on the starboard side about 35 feet fourth was probably fatally injured today carriages or other. Fraaci Nash Catherine Nash Mart F Cavi. -
vehicle or vehicles of dese iou Margaret *. Muzrtrv Frank N Weacott heirs
any p' ,
while
from her bow while for 100 feet her walking from Pawtucketto -
tra.l ou the latiiaa river.furauliiiii I at law ol Uenr> :. Nash henry H Heath and
jaiced work had been carried away including this pla-v on the track of the \'e" DR. ALEXANDER'S excepting barrels or boxes used as rt- I Robert A Stewart as hxecuturof Henry s.
Ik.-i.t. the material fur Nash J T El lt. W. fc. Dicken and Ricbart '
the entire second cabin and York. Xt'ft Haven and Hartford ral l oej'tacltr->r garbage, ad is required f"TO.daIc. are not r.idenlsol. or tuuad vrithin

tLe |otaitaud( ti-h barrels they manufacture seven state rooms on the saloon deck 'road. The victims were trying to I t".y ordiuanoe; Provided, however, that the utbcru l trict of Flonda and that.I'-

brae iiuaiilities of cypress The known dead are: avoid a train and were struck by an 1 CHILL TONIC merchant_ and others may occupywith not subpoena practicable or order 10 of scrtc this court on said to appear dctcadautta plead*

John McCarthy, watchman. head cut engine on another track. i !i articles of merchaudbe and answer or demur in said cause .
1I u\>* for !rup barreN. The htttr i It b ordered that the said d..feodaouSIWDctr
off.Snow Those kelled are: i; Apositire. permantHE ani'!safe cure'or lJiiiMi.! i i packa.es, parU of the streets and \. Na-.li. Emily 0 Hart. Charles! A. Na.b

ire iu( ,.ily. shipped 1 to Georgia and Coleman, negro pantryman Rose M'Atoon I Chilli lid Feer. Lv-auiusna poison T'ie b-e-t I -ide-ualks I George s. Nash Frank X. Mash UcKona: V
for
I the purpose of loading Nash Francis Nash Katherine Nash. Mary t-
t fUall" into lurrds- there. The plititvf drown t. Bridget'bit I Tonic Anti Ftr x4.c, Appttuer, auJ strcnsth- I j and unloading their vehicle for such Card. Margaret W Muzzev. Frank N. We cuct
p tDerforp..6k! > $gid:"it ''enlta an, .
Julius Dawson negro mess man MAry McTlerney. I heirs at law ot Henry s> Nash. Henry H Heath
the Pltk Coop.rai;** Co. is euuipl The Brings the glow to fi 'ed che imatfj wear reji-'oualde time as may Uet'eSF.ilY for and Robert A Stewart as t&t-vlora ot b.ira >
injured
drowned. ;
Nash J. T. Elliott. W E Dirkea and Runard -
ed with the iiio-t improve maehln- John Bristol negro waiter. drowned. Lizzie McKnight.The chitJren fit and hearty so doing, and in such manner a* not I Croi dale. do appear plead answer or demur 1
Tablet form; tbtele s; easy to take to the said bill in the above entitled cause
tory iU,11i an to date factory iatvtry John Williams negro barber. women were all under 20 years to obstruct or impede the course of oc file in tbe omce ol the clerk of said court at 1I
up Pries 50 cts. Trial: Size 25 cts.
drowned of age. They were walking on the travel thereon : Jacks. nellie in said district.On I

partieuUr. Jonathan. Thompson. of Wilkes- tracks from their homes to the Glen Dr.Aonctr'.LtTcr Regulator cures BiliDa Provided further, licensed auctioneers ot ierorf tilt :frdp of Af'tl, A D :, rand

-- Torpid Liver,Conti uoll Sick Hea.1ac that this order be published once a week
cc3i '
barre, Pa skull shatt Yondee works at the place
!4. where they may be permitted by the for six consecuuxe weeks in the Banner a newspaper
Working OverUma Price; 25 C,nti. Far SIll II,
The injured are: welt enploytd. Major to aril on tbe streets such articlesof published in the City ofOcala, Florida
Eight hour laws are iiiit>re ti by tho elirrless Patrick Dale coal trimmer. of New --- and that in case said detendanW shall not appear -
property as will not interfere plead answer or demur within the time
tittle wtlrkt-rt--Dr Kiug's York. arm torn off. EXPERT oURGLAR CAPTURED.Man \Vm. Anderson Druggist Ocala! FlaMcIVER limited thIS court will entertain mnsdiction an 1
-- -- -._-- --- ----- with, or impede, the use of ucb street proceed to the hearing and adjudication ol MI :
New Life Pills Milliou-4 Kildulf.
areaUaysatwork Michael passenger of Boston cause and suit in the same manner .- ifauJ
the
night and day, curing Indigestion right! foot cut Charged with Theft of Thousands and MACKA J ty J-ublie. defendants had been served with fr ,- --with.n
the Southern District oi Florida.
Any person or persons violating the I
Unknown man severe scalp wound. Taken la Chicago. .
Billiou.-ue-w, Coiistipatiou, Sick Done ana ordered this 17 (.3% j: t na.&n

Headaiheaod all Stomach Liver and Unknown man, cut on cheek Chicago March 21.Georgo111&1'11, provisions of tbb section shall, upon I A. D.. 1903
.. --:- : HE.Xtfe. -
Italian emigrant cut on foreb ad. sought by the polu- of two continents -- -- conviction thereof, be punished by a JAJIE-
Bowel
safe :- -.d .
traubles Ka-y, pleamut, : ,
Samuelson. slightly injured. for years for a caring $S ."\III robbery 't' 4 1..,_- .- .- --T. .,. .,y1'1' _" flue not exceeding J50.UU, or by imprisonment A true copy.AttestE..
ure.. Only Jiat l ,\.uttMonopolyDrugtoreandTdingi .- 'ItPI"' O. LOCKE.
Of the injured it is thought Pat committed in Pans was !a."t nigh nut exceeding thirty Clerk. t-JI.a

& Co. druggist rJck! Dales worsted in revolver ith ,
cannot recover. a light \ t\J days. --- -
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*. __ Captain Davis of the Plymouth. de detectives on a crowded street car FUNERAL r'tioa two: No huckster, peddler, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION i

eltntt: to make any statement concern With him were arrested Edward Car
honda Soap Company. tore keeper, merchant or other per-ou Department of the later*'r. t.ice! at
tug the accident at this time.Captain ECJ. charged with many roM eni I
Thn Couipiuy is one of the promi- T. n Lowe. of the United throughout the country and William DIRECTORS. shall occupy auy portion of any lutJi i GaincsnUe, Fl4, Feb :\ .
1 VOTICE IS BEttED\ Cit \ dl f THtXICC .
tent uiauufai-turingtstat'lt-hmentt of States ma'ine corps with LieutenantW Moffatt. with whom Willard ::s said to lie Muare, "trt et. or si ne-. alk for tbe j I i' following named sttlcr h.- j' 1

FIotMa. luterc-ted in it are omtof C Hartney and 75 marines. ooru have been operating in Chicago. The Ii.1.( .. 3kjii-of Cons' -,-''jieu, .ud it'_ purpose selling or offering for sale, his his claim intention aud to that make aud nual proof nr 10...o1. :..<' ..aortaltdcbe.

pled the second cabin on the side fight which preceded the capture ol Salt* ol every >lc enpnoa -4j'vC1sl i 4W. 'r.ptd ., or displaym any trooda, wares or fore Clerk Circuit Court at Oca'a i- : r.Vael

the Ust known of the practical naval "whet the crash was felt All of the the three men caused a panic among to bart&144rv1c05Eutbiliulug merchandise except as heretofore pro /1l f.,'

allrrllla'n Jf the outh. The carried their the of the to OnitT viz: RAl'SA D GILES.of Cdu,: t' Borne .
soapuunutaetured marines spare clothes pasaeugeis street car in vided by special 1 license. .
stead >7Ba3 lor the QUI helm oller ,, '.,,' -Iquar
hy th Florida rioap and their knapsacks. and most of the which several women were injured. Auy person violating the provisions and north half ol south"'-.1.;u..t.: : WCUoo t25.LOWUahipI75Ot&th.TIugc24t
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latter are thought to be lost. None of \\illard has been identified, the p0- : *-
Company should Ls* used by of this section shall upon conviction, He names the following 10.: t"<" pr j\e
, every the marines were killed or injured. lice say as the man who assistedMkkey' NOTICE. his continuous readeacc \\\ .n.. ntw..
I be Cued not less than two dollars, nor ot laid land ra Kh.aa- :: H. hom.
natal aud lumber and The of
: !tore> wan ithould City Taunton mad this port Gleason iu the robbery of an I .
more than $.25.00 I I Hall. Andrew Jackson !'amBclieview. -- !' : f .r j'ttef
at 5' 45 o'clock this morning with her express messenger of $WOOO in gold or imprisonednot Fla.
be 011 ale in every forumiswry. In the Ciro-it Court ot tbt Fi th Judicia.C'rcunol
bow stove in and her pumps working and bank notes in Paris several years rl'r! : a.ln and for Marion County exeeedug teu days, for each I r U < p.' !I. N
It has merit to commend itTL in Chau.ery. a-a :
Her bulkhead saved her from sinking.TO ago He was arrested in Buffalo later ot1etllle. C

---- and JlO.tw'O of the pioceeds of the susana Dana. Complainant V" James Davis, 6eciioa 3. It shall be unlawful for !
? otisoti'Uted Land Co. has DctendanL :
CROSS NIAGARA. robbery were found in his possessionand any person, or persona to permit a
IT IS ORDERED THAT JAMES DAVIs THE
been orKauutrd, with capital stock of l'on1 s'at.d. He escaped from the .!eodant here'n named be and he is hereby horse or horses, or other animal vehicle
reuuircU to to the 1,:: of Notice of Applical in tr '. r "
I'',"""," i', to deal m real 1 estate, particulrl Man With Strong Jaw Undertakes a I custodv however before iauld bs sa'd cause oa appear complaintin or vehicles in his or her charge Uou t ul Chapter'--. L.- I I

> i.avultoreu aud timber land Risky Proposition.New turned! o>ri to the Tarts. authorities Mondjn d.zw .,( ." .-. .t. D. r-oj. I to stop' or remain upon the side-Mali V OT1CE IS HHEKBJL \ ',. ', tlKOTICE t It \

\- rk. March 23.-For a wagerof Wil'ard also is wanted for a bank It is lurther ordered that a copy "f this orderbe I and no shall \ Carltoti purchaser t II :

All the |iopertieti' owued or controlled $2'ti and expenses Otto Petersen. robber in Iowa and a diamond rob published !,T eight cousccnlit e week: tn the person groom, curry, 4SOI March 2nd ixc ?. : '.. t a-. ;
OCaia Banner wash or wallow a horse or borsts or i 450, dated the 6th day at i u. s h..
bj' t '< -luUtrd Naval StorwCo. will 6 Brookhu athlete! will try to cross ben- in Cleveland, O Done ih':>tne uh day ol )ranhD.1903 filed said certificates in na' .. ;,

Niagara Falls: on a three-qua.ter inch Carney is said l to be wanted on S T SIVTRCNK other animal iu bit or her cnarge upon i application fur tax deed : .. S.D't'
b. nitii i mu aud controlled the taw lspt M.S.K Clerk Cmuitourt.. with law.
< by charge au\ street or te.! walk or permitthe 1
of robbery Boston. Grand
wire, earning another man of his own in ouip'nanis! solicitor. 3 :j Said certificates eiaj.,rscnbed '.
1It..IIII'"II| }. \\'. F. Coachuiau i is weight Rapids. Mich and Chicago. He has same to be doue. p'opert .ltIU:<' 'I I auiit.I

prrshlpia( J. A. Craufoni, vice-pret- Unlike! Blond'n! he will make the served four yeas: in the penitentiary NOTICE. Any person violating! any of theprovisions Florida West ;:to-wst oi southeast? -n -;.<

trip by rhn!mg with his teeth to a at Cuiunibas OPresident < f this section shall be punished east \ and -vutheast t, ot : ,- Ci."t
deut J. .\. Little anti
secretary treaa- 33, all in township i;. raacTheai4Lsu4bv'ejea.Idatth.n
leather strap ioanvted the wire Notice of Application ror Tax Deed under 3ectipn upon conviction, by a fine not .

urn i iIt by a small roller The >nhe- man will Steyn Very III. i of Chapter ivs. Law oi Fton a. exceeding $IO.i4) or imprisonment not issuance of -uch certincatr* :o the aaoi< ol'\II -i e

sit m a chair strapped to the strong The Hague March 3.-The latesl! VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W J. exceeding ten days, either or both in Harvey and party u&koown.Vnlcs .

l( I N >:'ate.i that: be Edgar Kaolin The news received here regarding the condition -' Fnce. purchaser oi Tax Certificate No 119. said certificate shall be rcdremr
mans body entire weight on dated the oth day of August. A. D.. lop has the discretion of the court. according U Uw u\: deed will:: be usacii tar -

Works, n"ar luterlaeheu FU., are hla teeth will be about 260 pounds. of former President Steyn. oltt 1 1f 1 said certificate in my office and has made ectiou 4. It shall be unlawful for on the+lh day cl" Apn! A 1,. .-yoi.U .
Orange Free State. who has beet for tax deed to"issue in accordance
The wire is to be stretched directly application itnesa mv omoa. signature and sca4 tht. --
flow .iprratmg on an extensive scale. ill for soma time past at Clarena ,uh law. any person to eleau or wash any 2Mh day of February. A. D syoseali J
over the main fall. The distancewill said certificate embraces the following described -
hufUt' carloads Swltzer'.and! causes acriety Mr property situated u Marion county wagon hark or carriage or other ve s .T tlVTKVKK.
(4riAty or thirty a
be about !.lhH) feet, and Peterson Honda towttCommencing 3- Clerk Circuit court MtK-n Co I'la.u .
Steyn is suffering from msox&U and : hide |ou any of the streets or side-
W\'t'k; are fhipptd' to the \'ariou. expects to traverse it in from 5 to jii feet north of southwest -- -

7 minute H? plans to perform the 11 subject to tainting spells corner i>l b'oCk 13 Boardman. section 9. town- i wn k3 ill the city limits. T. F. Thtraas Hirdwir tni S.4 C..
qutu3ae manufactures lu the north >hlp 1 2. range 21.thence sooth us feeteast o5htcct
feat within the next two Reeks, and to ditch northward with sid ditch 450 feet Any per-on violating the provisions We can furuK-b a hmit.-d t| aBiitj
&a>l i* I mtuufiiturel: into a high- Refused to Discus Report. lo uf beginning.
declares It will be easy. point of ibi, section &ball upon conviction,
of our Famous Perfected' ('ak"._
grate ware. Thequility of the kaolin Pl't"'r'n asserts that he can hang Philadelphia. March 21.-George TBa The said Und being assessed at the date of the it* tuuj.'iJ by a tine of cot less than
r. president of the Reading r&fl issuance of such certificate in the name of and OUUIUA; Uocky Ford C BWto |>e
In by hs teeth for halt an hour and can Phil Christopher.Unless than $10.00 im-
thrw jiW nor more or
l.nia I, s-aul to be equal tJ any way received the report of the strike &"N. Theeed are warre. %Writ
lift a 700-xmnd weight in the same said certificate shall be redeemed according
found iu the I'uited States. His will be I commission at 8 o'clock today Latei to law. tax deed wiU be issued thereon pn'ument not exceeding ten dajs, us for 'rierU kinds wf II** .e4
uay. partner's safety on the *th Jay of April A. D 1403U in ibe fretiin of 'be court.Aproved .
I he took a train for his home at Read in stock.T. .
Frrnl prculJtsl for by additional ropes attached lines* mv official signature and seal this tbe23th March 19vh 1W)3.
anti 1'aluis iu many sizes and directiy! beneath him lug, Pi He refuted to dUcuss th.report. day of Fcbruarv, A. D. moj \V. J. EDWARDS F. THOMAS H AROW \lu\ >UD ('o.,

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Invention of Mobile !Wan Proving a Meeting at Faneuil Hall Relative ts f Jj

444 -W'i>i
New York. March :3.-Fit'a patients Boston March 21.-At a nat-ftim- -
I to tJiuren! S< r y
bequeath my
: t 44 444. !,oyh"",){ -- from the New York Institute for ti.e: of the citizens at Faneuil hall Ia- T ,
<.. attendant horrors, humiliation and i!:' ':n: .. It f! ;. .
+ Miners Granted Substantial Ir.-tnl' U.'f: toe Deaf and Blind a- night to protest "against; the 5'inynt: ; / t'l f
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strange; legacy to leave: to posterity! a heavy :r. : '
e t'n"e a ,)'::orn:anct of Tiie Da.u:; ',' sion of truth about! the Philippir.es! aDd "
4 \ Increase In Par. I place upon the shoulders! of the young .
the 1 nl- ruenL" the :11era.u:, into e "fJ
I ( tur oi t ;: ; .. praying for farther official inquiry This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and h qf, 'I
uTI/ i>;:era house foist: nisi and w*: conditions there." the case of Mrs
e t. SHORTENED.ir
I WORK DAY IS ALSO the growth and development of the faculties, a- '! : .) 'J
: fciaiied:! rn, heat jie.feitlj ;>y the aid Ellen C. Richter.; Syracuse X. Y..
child born of blood scrofula-tainted ,.
poison or parent : I
Proper Z I i : of the "Acoustic, ttir ic\-nion 01 whose son, an enlisted!: man. recently is for life's duties. r

I Increase Dates From Time of ResumIng Miller Ha!:2 Hutch; n. of Mobile died in the Philippines and whose poorly equipped "I. I
and.i
Scrofula is disease with
4 f'l a numerous :'
stttllil'jy Z Wcrk Last Fall-Union Not Directly Ala.! with which rLe in'tif! expeimeuts death is said to have been the resultof symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the n' ,, Mi.1 .

uit. / l Recognized and Miners Ev1dimly were recently made hre with torture was: referred to ?,rbert and armpits, catarrh of the head, weak eyes and tire.i.i!,.. : .

of A cut cans. Wt: l-h. of P.:it-iphia.! Mr. Welch skin eruptions upon different parts of the body ?h(.w l tiL: :.r

j Net Fully Satisfied. The appliance is in three pieces. said that Mrs. Richter made every endeavor ,
,
presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the t.u: } T1.:' ; ,
: S kind; The! heart of the invention is centendia to obtain the record of the itself cureh in the .
4 1: : Washington, March 23.-The reporti and] stealthy disease entrenches s system ..:: .

<0'. of the commis.-ion appointed by the i a vulcanized disk trait nicy be attar courtmartia! which tried Lieutenant the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuS! of the blood, m .:' .
c. JUJU. had to a waistcoat or nc-Jorclc- W. T. Sinclair! of the Twemj-eighth
LJA'j 4 : president last October to investigate winfantn. hite swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin -<::4 rf *trtca t. ;
/* i ; irThe; re\ oe; ride of this dist! who was charged with being of the
wasting
/ gradual body.
t the anthracite coal strike3.a made away
w i I is hollow anj filled! with "gases, th !. sensible for her son's death Snc S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic prl; t- n : .. .
i public today. The report ts da.ted'j ; j
i nature of whVh! Mr. Hutchis IIi alone; was put off by many excuses and \"n( teed ."
entirely
vegetable, making: ::
i r. t.
The proper way t to: secure customers r> 'j March IS, and !is signed by all the knows. The ear r.'",'e \\'hrh: r. s v .u- eras Davis laughed in her fact all scrofulous: affections. It j' .- "" t, : :

is to talk directly to f members of the commission, who a.reI I bias that of a r* ;phone :aced the vul- "Is that not so!" asked Mr 1Cl< hot blood, makes it rich and str. j .1 .i .j; : .

them We are locking for new ,:: I Judge George Gray, of Delaware D. Wright; Laj j canized disk are ronnccted 'y wli.s Mrs Richter, who was sitting oi:' permanent cure is soon effectcu.: .- ">. I-: ,
Carroll ,
bor
ComniifcSiccer
and an elertric storage battery that the .. .
platform.
I I the digestion and assimilation: of flood rt>'. :
Wil--
X customers for cur advertising : and Brigadier General John M. is easily carried in! a pocket supplies "Yes, General Davis was the mall: lost propertits to the ,: and gnrcktnstheclrcl.itC! !,ringn'aLl1..Ycolor : :

sjacs.; It is what we have to n.h son' both of this city; Bishop John Wat-1 L. i I the) current that connects the <*:sk! and said; Mrs. Richter rising. to the skin and % i;or to the weak aiii emaci..ttr-i! }1., .',c

Xx Spalding of IlllnoU; Thomas R. the car pi 'oe. Mr. Weich claimed that Lieutenant Write us about case ard : '.' J.! !. .
sell We know it is good !It W. your our pen bcans: w : r! :: e *r. !

t t, kins, of Pennsylvania and Edward ---- Sinclair ordered Richter brought, out help you in every possible! way to rt.Ln jour health: : 1. ;; :: : i red
X is worth all that we ask for it Parker, of thU city. The report Is
,). GIRL CHARGED WITH THEFT.Daughter of the guard house bound! and gaggedand skin:" diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. AlUnt, G .
*
be
be h will accompanied
illustrated and
;, and more If there Is any per- to that ice water was poured slowly

son in this community who has by the testimony; takes by the! of Prominent Man, and an ] on his face by the dipperfnl. The

commission but thus far only the report Accomplished Musician. torture lasted according to many; witnesses sz siszs! szszszszszss z s s ssts sssss s s s?
anything to sell. who,, has any i has bea Ttls
proper prttted. New York March 23.-Rose Crystal Mr.Welch. said, for two hour* '

need that isn't supplledwe want alone covers 87 p&g&i of printed mat 11. a handsome college student -'11 and a >half and was not desisted from 1 FLORIDR RUBBER STAMP WORKS

him to use these co I. ter. years old. is charged with stealing until life was extinct Lieutenant Cj :Minufitur! ...r- of SealKuhlM'r Vatup| '''. "Ienrilr. liiitt. :Jj c

Ia brief the eomnlwioD recommends $1,500 worth of Sinclair was tried by a general court .. '.. .
Jewelr-; from Mrs. Victoria (J{ ;pripli; Stamp* anti Supplier, Anj'j n. t < wPJ
Tell the story here. Tell it a general increase of wag* a SoheCfler. at whose house she martial for causing Richter's death h'ur.. :-fieciHlattrCiti'' '!! (i" mail'u "r./H-/ !Q

simply and directly. Hun- Amounting in most Inctanccv to> 10 percent was a frequent visitor. Whwi arrested and acquitted.Mr. Q:{ \\'hfii in the uiry t!rn! u" a call.! :1CJ.M

; some decre&K of time; Qw at Mrs. ScheffleVs home, she gave Welch said that Richter had m

., $ dreds will see !it and read it settlement of all disputes by afoHr- the iK I tmive part of the jewelry, pawntickets his possession information detrimental & MaiiiMrrol.-..."ui IIi. UN. 3 .

If goods are salable and tin; fixes a minimum! wage, and a to the officers of
your it calling for 5325 and ;220 ini his company and C5C52525'2.5lS i2525Z5Si5Z5Z5252SZ45? iRRUS151.5

. i your wants reasonable your ti sliding scale; provide against <2scrimination i j cash. he had threatened to "squeal" on them .
either! the
of persons by In the police jtttion she fell to her Turning to Mrs. Richter again. Mr .
will -
communication receive ; --- --
; l mine owners or the miners oa ao- knee*, Kissed the hem of Mrs Schef- Welch asked: "Did you not appealto

attention count of membership or non-m.1nb r- fier's skirt and begged piteously! for President Roosevelt; .

4,. ship !in a labor union and provides ,I merc> She was locked up.i "Yes.:' she replied "but he showedme
,
'E'N'N-.: ,{-i"N that the awards made shall continue I'j i! Miss Crystalli Is the daughter. of a no sympathy at all and treated me

ti in force until March 31, 1908. The j I prominent official of a. life insurance with even less consideration than the I IW

t H><. + '\.;-' ffi h \!. commission discussed to some extent j,j I company, but has not lived with her army officers."

the matter of recognition or non-rec-:i
j: father for
NEWS BREVITIES. some years. She would
onition of the miners' union but dej:j gmnoabn
i I have graduated from the normal college MASONS IN TROUBLE. v
dined to make any award on this mattter. ,' J
,, She
next is
George Vanderbilt has lurchii.-t" y ar an accomplished -

another large tract of North Carolina- i j,I musician: and speaks French. Ger Charters of Lodges Revoked For Initiation O"..... :1C _,
The commission also makes a r.umr| -
land! and ItalianPRESIDENT 'pl. f//
of Objectionable Person. and Bd CcmrJnMlfts
b er of recommendations which may be
I' New York March 23.-Mount ZIOD ,
The ratification of the Panama
ca follows
summarized as : ,
,
Tha "
MITCHELL TALKS. -lre. :" rpt.! +.he" y. rl
nal treaty has caused considerable rejoicing The discontinuance of the system of i!| chapter, Royal Arch Masons no longer r; ,, ,. !
rdlfiM
: }: Pin H1 i Q)od )
exists. By order of the officers of ,
in France J
r
employing "the coal and iron police"because
f j

The New York club of the Americas; ,, this force is believed to have i Believed with He Commission's Is Not Wholly Report.Satsified grand withdrawn.The chapter. its charter has beer : \MOll'S LIVER PILLS \

league arrives in Atlanta for a spring an Irritating effect and a resort to the | Bay City, Michigan March 23- J \ _
is
offense the same as thaT l1Ji
authorities : IONIC
constituted PELLETS
practice of two weeks. regularly: peace AND
When President John Mitchell! : of the wtlch cost Doric Lodge its charter
i
The worst blizzard of the winter Is in case stricter of necessity.A enforcement of the laws I[! United Mice Workers of America the election and Initiation of "Shans' 0{ \!, .j : ,ro" :' n ..:'111 g-..>
raging in Colorado. Trains! are delayed who has been in this city for the past Draper. n -If'! .r' bees; Ramon'{ lher 10'1;;) errTonle
in relation the wnployment of chil
by the deep snow. dren. ; to w &t'k attending! the conference of the Investigations have ben statec Pclhb ,;.Hy a? ,: neiarE. Frca.a: _

The Bank of E..tonton. Ga., organized Following is a synopsis of the com-I I, Michigan! operators and miners was also ta Chancellor Walworth lodge ;....x6xt: a: Azalea: Cr ..r.oJ

: shown a summary this afternoon of and Munn k d.i. two of the best
yesterday and will open for bus mission's summary of the awards I BROW' NFt7. Cf>.
n'Ss as soon as charter Is granted. made: j the' coal strike commissioners'report.. known Masonic bodies in the city.
he declined! to give any expression of Masons everywhere in New Ac + tart en,1Tcaa
York
Ohio officers are finding it difficult That an Increase of 10 per cent over I opinion on it Qrcenealll. ,

to prevent the I} aching of Robert Ber and above the rates paid in the month "I are looking over the rosters of their
cannot discuss it, he said "un
if
accused of of 1902.:! be paid to all contract I lodges to see they can catch any
sea assaulting a girl. April II ,t11 I have an opportunity to read the notorious their
person among metIIbars'hi -
miners for cutting coal, yardage and
Captain Hobson Roasts Congressman j full report and digest its contents. I
other work for which standard rates ,
v Bankheads. of Alabama, in a l litter expect: to he a copy of it here this

for preventing his being; pensioned or allowances> existed at that time i ,afternoon and I will! read it on the ASKS NO REDUCTION.
from and after Nov. 1. 1902. and dur
,train this "
evening earonte to Detroit.
ing the life of this award. The ,

Natural gas is flowing from a \\'er amount of increase under the ;awar |be President Mitchell's demeanor whiled Andrew Carnegie Will Break New

1 mile from Hartselle. Ala. It burnedto due for work done between Nov. 1 :, | him was reading the summary handedto York Record of Taxes Paid. povr OITIC IUU (. VIOIM Ut' I 1. 1 It.

the height of <(0 feet after tt hac 1SK>2. and April 1!/03, to be paid on cr j l by the Associated Press correspondent New York. March 23.-It is learned
was taken to Indicate thatthe
been controlled. before June 1 190S. from tax department sources that inquiries
report was not as favorable to the made
Prominent Pennsylvania grand arm, That engineers employed in hoist I' miners had as to whether Andrew
as been hoped for President
men are Americus., GA., to inspoei 1 leg water shall have an increase of 1Cfw Mitchell! left at 5:20 o'clock this Carnegie would ak for a reduction in ::2f'1 1=' !ft5! 'n 3= !BC:;:.....:":;B. 1:: :r-s:5 :rI ::';-''..'.'..'.'.:, ... .:Jr:r.. cSTMQS3 : ... "" d

the state to be cent their betweenov. i his tax assessment have elicited the f
monument erected ai on earnings i j afternoon over the Pere Marquette for

Andersonville. :\ 1, 1902 and April l, 1903.( and i Detroit, enroute: to Huntington W reply that he will pay on the 5.000 rn: s

a from and after April 1, 1903. and dur-1 000 assessed" on his personalty an3 :
North Carolina is Va.. I
getting up a ros
ter of troops who served la confederate ing the life of the award they shall:il! realty assessed at $:!.MIIJ.OOO. & C

have eight; hour shifts. i Mr Carnegie will be the largest; taxpayer -
army to be sent to secretary of teat TELLS OF VISIT TO KING. .
for publication Hoisting engineers and other engineers : ever recorded on the final assessment M. | .

and pump moo other than thos 8 i rolls. His taxation on per- l>t :

The Georgia state railroad comtais employed in hoisting water who an I i' Ex-Governor Francis, of Missouri, Was sonalty at the rate of $1.45. will be s
slon order Coached by Choate. .J
passes allowing the West i $72.400.
employed fa positions which
are sc
Point railroad to charge higher freight manned continuously shall have aa II New York March 23.-ExGovernorFrancis President! Wolls.! of the tax commis-

rates. beginning April 1.ludi'attons increase of Irt per cent on their earn :I! of Missouri speaking at the sion. announces that the city will collect WHOLESALE
luncheon tendered him by the Quo i n zs
this on about! $Ft10Inn\
point to the between Nov. year iIjtl
selection ot I lugs 1. 1902 and April I I Club .
Captain R. E. I. I of his audience with King Edward of persona: asse; "lH'r.t8.;:
Spence of the Thirteenth 1. 1903 and from and after April 1 I
said he had been carefully coached '
infantry, Georgia, to assist 1903 the a
Adjutant and during life of the award

General Robertson. they shaM! tbave an increase of 5 pet I! by Ambassador Choate as to how Robbers Loot Kentucky Bank. s LIQUORDEALERS.
he was to conduct himself and he was Paducah Ky. Mar h 23.-Robbers
cent on the rates of wages which: were
I toM that he must say nothing for pub- this morning! about 3 o'wS: : blew
effective in the several positions In.! open
I Hcation as to what passed bt't1l.t'"Dhimself the ,:,,' ',)sit bank rf Ha-wt'l1.! and .
April. li02: and in addition they shall:
and the king secured about I3.1"1:; The vault is :3s
be relieved! from limy on Sundays
S Realizing; sales in the late sessio n: He admitr 'd that he failed to live I a total! wreck and! th,' charge was sr 5
without lost of by a man
pay profit1
. close.:' cotton at a decline of 4 to 1' UP to these instructions and did give I strong that some of the currency of '2i
ed by the employer to relieve! them
points the reporters the fact that he kn : which there was $2.5nt). was burned: I I
dutins the hours of the
day shift.
It is state!, in N'ew York that the That firemen shall! Lave an increase had offered to send Queen Victim.' I j Every police chief in this end of the
deal jubilee .sif;:* to the exposition. state is working! the :
by which the Rock Island will of 10 per cent on their be- on case. The
earnings Mr. Fraac-s' added that when he told bank carries $8.000
take over the 'FrtS(") has been comfitted. twet-n November burglar insurance
1902. and
April 1. the king o: the injunction! that: had Tb* damage to the safe is 86.oofl.
19<13. to be paid on or before June 1 F1401111)1
been placed him the .51c
upon king sa.i.dthat
The president has reaypointed the 1903. and from and after April 1. 1903: when Mr. Schwab concluded Southern to Build New Line :

1 negro Crum. whoso nomination failedof I and during the life of the award they > an Knoxville Tenn., March 23,-A spfr ;
audience with him he
confirmation, collector at Charleston I shall hate eight-hour shifts, with the rest assured that I will said: "You may alai to The Sentinel from Midiilesboro '

& C.George. same wages per day week or monthsas this say othf.ngabout Ky., says engineers for the Southern ; :

LeaoJer. of Chk3 O. IJ were paid in each position in April' : king said he audience replied. "If and that don't the I railway have jut completed the fins !
you ,
again defeated ia two out of th 1902. All employes or company men will." survey of a road from Middlesboroto I

5-mile butts motor paced, by Bobbj other than those for whom the commission 1 Harlan Ky., 45 miles. It is expected

Walthour. makes special awards shal'l: that work of construction wit !i
STORM IN Strauss'
SEVERE ALABAMA.
be paid aa icrease of 10 hliD within SO dan.Workingmen. s Royal Reserve
Associate Justice S. H. Terrall, of: per cent oa: __
the Mi ;sisslrivi their earnings between Nov. 1, 1902 : ,
supreme
court, died at Sever! Houses Demolished and Two :s
his residence in Qufcinan and April. 1, 1903, to be paid on or b* Riot
county jtorday. : ., Lives Are Lost 4 FULL
fore June Cleveland Of, March QUARTS, 53.50 DELIVERED.
1. 1903. and from and aft i! :3.-Asa result __
:
>
} Ala. March
AttaJra. :33.-A storm ol l
April 1, loo;;;. and during the life ol | : of a battle today between non :ss
Speaking at tie hail! and rain which
Guild wind
hall.Stnvtarr Coinat! &: ; passed over onion sS
and :
union
this award they shall be i structural ,
paid th4 iron
on work
ChamberLila said that Mrs.Chamberlain ;! this city yesterday caused (consider
basis of a nine-hour day era. a half dozen men received I ; "
.-as of gi .-at n.'uo in ;>w receiving1 ble damages to >garden.* and test:D sort Strauss
therefor the on* injuries. A riot call 76"
same ,
wages that were was turned Maryland
itying the Poore farms in this section tn. I (
paM in Ayil. 19>!. for a ten-lrour day z
President J. K. Orr of the d unbei i i At Cedar Bluffs the wind almost as Rich Find of Ore.
Overtime in excels of nine hours la| !i I r
of comnuTC, says Atlanta nomad proportions of a cyclone and Paso. Tex March 21. Much
mnjt act any day to b* paid at a proportionate EJ ex Ii
promptly I if tle Southern Univsrsitj rate per hour. i blew down several houses, causing i! cttement has been caused at Parral! 1 i

is to b t\ secured.Serioiw I During: the life of this award! th ;! thi death of two boys named Bishop. :Mexico, by the discovery! of & phenom I : Rye

trouble impend ia Dor: n-I present method! of payment for coal: i.J enaHy rich boJy of ore. The vein it i ,

KO and tail. The Untied States a mined ihaU: be adhered to tint eat J Arguments Concluded 5 feet in width and of unknown depth I 4 FULL QUARTSS6.00'; DELIVERED.
St March :3-The final
ship Atlanta will go to tie idlaoda U changed by mutual ar reemeat.In : Louts 111' and runs 200 ounces of gold ant

'" pn>t American mtt"'t' I all of the above awards it is ,! gumenw: in the great Northern Sae uri !.M" ounces of silver to the ton. Th !eJ
pro ties case were concluded at 12: 34 this ,
At the exJuoatkmal- conference to the I Tided, that allowances like those mad Hidalgo mine where the body of ort i l
,
afternoon and the l late wlti
office of Governor ./. M. Terrell 1. a ccaamittre !: shall l be paid to the legal representa i ease was j was discovered belongs to a company : 1 -- ---
the federal court of appeals. B& -
'
ia appointed to set forth th : tives of such employes as may ha ve'cause of the composed of Texans and had not beer: i
enormous of evl 2JID
mass
educational ned of the state I I died sicee N'ov 1. 1902. considered of any great value until th 1
deuce and the voluminous argument
The attorney for the ruiirca&i b I The commission expresses the opt n which the judges are called on to coa rich strike was made. I i 3 51 a

the anti-merger case have conchided i: ion that differences can best be set. if : 11 \\ e handle
shier it is doubtful a decision wii Forced Demands Alone | everything pvrtainin t\ d.I--
the final r1 tied by consultation by the eraployei ; e )
argument ring mad tj : be possible within months and the March :
two Chicago. n.-one thousaaa 1
] with a committee chosen by his I Saloon
en and
Former Attorney General Grlsa.Sccretar :: I 1 plo>e it" but they add that "in order t c probabilities are the tIme will ;e bats B employee of Selz Schwab & Co.. shoe J having a wholesale licrca 'j -t "

> of Treasury Sltllw.-n 1 er than that. manufacturers, were thrown of I
out em.
be entitled to such recognition the labor Any Quantity and Ship in
reaci Atlanta nest Monday aaJ aa ;1 ploymeat today oa account of one fireman One Shipmtnt.
organization: must give !
the
Tuesday moiiuag> at 9 o'clock ...it'm sam* '> Still Rising at Vicksburg who, struck for union wages. The I Price Lists
recognition to the on
rights of the era: application.
Vicksburs. Miss.
March 23.-No adfiit.onal E
t"t owners of property offered let fireman
was to have been assisted by I
ployer and of others which ft demo
:) j breaks have
federal building: seta'" teen reported, the engineer! but Ms ally failed him at I I Ordtr lhd
for itself and for iu members. :: promptly
but a heavy raInfal! of .63 inch has same day a.- receiu-i
!
At ReMsviDe. X. ( .. a Uptz'e: it'' TDey add: i! the last moment and the striker was I
i raised the river to 30.8 feet rise ol
negro boy killed an ag ed Whit > I "The union must cot undertake t. a compelled to enforce >tls demands Remember we are the
four-tenths of a foot In ttpast 24hours. i only Wholesale Liquor .
and wounded bta niece. VTbea alone. The employes of the
she j assume, or to Interfere with the mtJ I There is authentic factory Dealers in Marion

ran from the house h. stopped to pil J adamant of the buaine of Lie aployer. I motion tram Dun'!no cad or'l were notified that the plant would be county. ,
points
lags it was was urrsted. ." 1 dosed until further notice.
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THE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 27, 1S03.

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Time V 1I>oa. THE GOD OF ELIJAH. RACE PREJUDICE. Detaad News }
J. F.
THE OTHER GREAT ROAD i Onlj Another Falsehood Nailed. EDWARDS'BIG

Every teat was occupied at the Jewish While Mr. Porter is making his
In his great speech on the Race

l"JMiMy under the inspiration of synagogue Sunday afternoon to Issue, Senator Tillman made the following I attack on the Philadelphia pnilau- WHISKEY HOUSE
thropist, will he be just and fair and ,
tbat AJ'PI'&U Way the EuatU Lakepropo listen to the sermon of Rev. L. R
Max
quotation from Muller permit the Record to
print a private Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. 1

IkKlon *** a model Toad from Warren on the above named 80bjt"ct.1 I the famous Sanskrit scholar. interview he had with De Land gentleman 'L. ---- .-.- _

J'ek.onville to KiMHimmee by the It will be remembered that Elijah It "illl bfcsefn thAt the question of upon a recent visit to this -- --
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way cf SUrke Gainesville, 0ala, wa raised up by God to be set like a II I race antipathy i+ not peculiar to the place The Record, however, will .--- -.

Eustis and Orlando. H re'li wall of brawl in opposition to idoUtry. not get that permission. Iu publication -- --
Leeaburg, i; *" itt>fru rMH3t.rf nor i h it confined to -
would paralyze some of the rev-
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ourhllnlt and heart on the proposition Having offendrd Ahab, God commanded thent.J1r.. .. .- L' -- --
; erend's friends. His: editorials in the .
,.,itb an indorsement of the statf- Elijah to conceal hims-lf beyondthe : Iull..r rays: Baptist Witness not at all accord 'Z-; : .: % = =; ,':];

surh i U al- Jordan and he, having foitb, with the sentiments L i :. I '7 d t
mrD' that an enterprise A* Noon us we trace the complicatedysem expressed privately :1 =

ready bltl' accomplished is: greatly obeyed and wi.* f-d f.r" oniderabt! j I + flf e...-. ", such a* we find it in I while at D Land.-Voljsia: :-:..- .JJ-- -.::: ---; -- --,.. Itv

1Jt't'
truti l4nly able 'o find the fund sod At a I Utter period h.. met A hit* and I Ii bt-muuiu s, we lad taut it flows ; OCALA, FLA., March H;, 1903. Z-::_: ,ts J' :w:: -_=.
from Ht li-aat three different sources, :. _0
ru..ttrl..l.. Only we should not orgd i challenged! : him to gather the people I II 'IUUt distinguish j Editor News-I wrote to Editor .- t
I and tint accordingly we :: :: :
ingetberthat rnuht determine !! Prevatt of the Record the 5r t of this .. .
thatamile of substantial roadway iui i- : : they ftwwu ethnological, pvliti:a!. > ;;

.thteu iiiles of the other kind, and I by a i-igu from HravrnvUich was the :I uud profession cajiie. I week requesting him to publish that o; j rt ..

danger that we overdo true G Hl, \bab'!'! or Elijih's. The Ethnological caste arises wherever "private interview" he claimed to -- --. !
tb re way I FAMOUS .i.\IIEU.NKU Itl'NCli IIEKK .
the tblulC iu the beginuinit. But wi'h' altar was trtcttd, the sacrifice of bullocks ; diQrreut roc oij are c.rougtu iu voutiicu !! have from me and which he seemed ...r .
There is and 111.*,,>s h3 tea; a mutual i
due caution the under go"d manage I pU<-..-d upon it. The prophets o f I autipathy between the white and i to think that he would not get my FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES z L :

Ahab 1r d it and cried unto j pt-rmii-ion to print, as it might My S:.oo Rye or 3ourbo at .- -.....-.._-.Jl.75 My $4 oaGtnat.... .._ .|i (
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p upon --
ho can gainsay: the foliotmit j the black and when the two are .
went man, :. My J So ...-... ... ..... oo My iao North Carolia. Corn at. I ,
Baal i fire from Heaven t some of friend- betas he his My jao ._... .2.50 :My Zo' f
to-n down Ijza xt'aDewt.oruatt I
from our contemporary: < : I j brnUilbt together, either by conquestor my My: ,. ..... ...... ... ........ .. .. .. ..
and 'UII.I"l', >" it. Eiijth ridiculed i' migration, the white man has in- failed to comply w.th I My sac Guut .m 175 My 4-00' j;
Such a road would be of perhaps' and j my request My :.30" _.-....-..............h..................... i av My 4 OJ few GajUa-i Ram at ... ._.3_ ] t
vari crted his
them and said't'ry aloud! for he i is: tly a-' superiority, i now ask: permission to state to the i,
this of
section
more benefit to tnt I I e establish certain social 1 arrirs> be- The Jug and Keg Trade 3iaile Special |
a
that : God ; either he U tdlkiu;or be is pursuing j j public in general and the people[ of ; Feature l
I ute (ban any iiupro\ernnnbt t 1\teu LilU.- lf and his dark skinned ,
In s iiinj your orders aIwajssen could be suggested., The reasons are or he 11 on *juniiy or per ".t.1 t.roiber. The Aryas and the c-udws I De Land in articular, through the -galloniug. Isc'igallonjuj.25C3-gaionjnj: : i hell more whukey and better wh-.key thai any house la F"n because 1 give numerous. In the tll t.lll\ce, that ttEl veuture he ,.1.t -. pnti and must te I\w".j seem to have felt tbU mutuil anti- columns of your paper, that the state est goods and tall measure, lOCI f j'
I A tnalorder wilt convince you that''we are the people Term cub with the order.
kened." !-.IIJ.II thru tried! to his God pithy. The difference of Mood and ment in the Record of Ut week (Saturday VouruuaouitO ,leae. i
roads ari needed locally, aud lieedrd I'I'i I J F. EDWA-RDS. r i
color in ancient times <
it dl viJent. Tne farmer i and the badly, 1 I hy difference of religion and language;
the a'.urVs! cousurud '|! I opinion to a DeLaud gentlemen during 9
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the tourists, them -- -- -- -- f
Lewis them, wants but in modern turns also, and iu --- -- -

aud everyone who has .uythiug to do Elijah, w w< ou. ',f the iu. st eminent !!I countries where the negro bas learned my recent visit to that city on the !-:lr E1 :::! r ::;: !!::!! if! iLFi: ...a.!! :!! i's
:
the 'and illU9ii'''us of he Jewish propbets. to streak: the same language and to I Stetson University trouble contrary
road
with the section traversed by I

will be benefited. The expenses of : Hiisc.kiHract.r i>* harked by a !! w. r.hip the same Go.1 as hid: master, I to that expressed in my recent editorial : WE EAT MEAT [
: i I Ii the bite .
moral and Mr. Warren wan can never completely in the Baptist Witness is absolutely '
i grandeur |I
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building such a road will not b* nearly overcome the old feeling tnateeeuis to a To grow strung. Unless we get tc :
nrew a s'rtkiug\ and appropriate false and was evidently manufactured ;
I", much as first thought might sag. lurk iu bu very blood and makes him c < iT'xxi meat we may as well'lt tit ial
son from tits life.utwithtandiug. recoil from of bin darker ; to delude the people and +V $
|I the embrace
(Ilt'-[. For iustan.-e: The distance of : i ue. There is no ttrengthIL 1 ;
\ Elijah lived in an !1 neiijni>or. And even wnere there idno break the force of my argument. If IS, .
i newly eighty miles from Orlando to tough meal-instead of garYtt
idolatrous: age and among an idolatrous I II distinction of color, an analogous Editor Prevatt thinks that such tactics : j r:
Ocala is already nearly traversed by I feeling, the feeling of race, averts its mg, it takes strength to dint (
t and his wife Jezebel as this will win friends to his star
ptopl.* even si
clay roads, and north of Ocala, and Hehave I influence, as if inherent in human s ;.r, It pays to be cartful in i 1 1t
w or hipj-ed the prophets of Bial, ]I of this unpleasant and much to ;i = a :
no doubt a considerable: part nature. Between the Jew and the I S ry xs+:cy ..u\iug meat be sure to get f J,t ts
I Elijah: stood rtsolu trly and unflinchingly t Gentile, the Greek and the barbarian be deplored controversy, he has certainly .
,
c of the distance between Ocala audI :; ;.- v .;t the i> rsi-tender and choice. f I
I, by for the v or>hipof the God off the Saxon and the Celt, the Englishman placed too low an estimate j I i4.zJ
Gainesville! U already covered rio, it 3a Pay a. little more if need be awl i
hi* "fathersand was honored as not 1 and the foreigner, there is something upon the good taste and moral! upTightness I, r
that half-of this
already
h safe to say, put something etomsefc
-whether we call it hatred or your ?
other man for he was transited from j ; of the intelligent topl of ;I
road from Jacksonville to Kis"immee mistrust cold- I : which will fieih
antipathy, or or mere cc.: put on yow
%b earth to Heaven in a chariot of tire. | Florida. Yours truly, a .
is: already finished.: !I ngs-wnicb in a primitive state of 1.Oes and strong blood in your
Every one was well placed with the stticirty would necessarily lead to a J Co PORCER.I 1a +ti
; The remainder of the distance is _ ( 'heart.EDWARDS 1'
in which :Mr. Warren of castes and which in n
eletjutut way system even
divide among no less than eight I II !
i e\"ery.1 civilized countries will f # f;
handled his subject and were in word never BROS.
i; counties, and they are some of the
be completely
best counties of the state. In some way delighted with him. -- eradicated I WUSI! aI z StaIN 3 and1 ('ity Market, Ocala Fla. !


the route that this road wouldluke Flagler and Florida.At LS ...... ...... ,
ways More Riots. I I == -=- --=-=-- ---=------=E=- ----

would be a wore pleasing: one Disturbances of strikers are not a dinner party given at Palm I I -
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thu the road down the east coast.: Beach Hon. Wayne ilcVeasrb was Consumption is a human ;; t
nearly! a grave as an individual disorder JAS.M.GRAHAM: Pr lh.lt.! a-o.: W. H niE.: V,..r Pre3

The scenery would be more varied; : of the system.., Overwork, loss one of the guests and gave the following weed ridun.-hin;; best in weak j I

the land is of course, higher, and the of slap uervous tension will be followed toast to Mr. IL M. Flajler: lungs. Like other weeds ft'seasily I
The First National Bank
tons closer together. There wouldbe by utter collapse, unless a reliable 'We have all enjoyed this transformation destroyed while young ; i ;e

many more chances for delightful remedy is immediately em of Florida. Mr. Flazlrr came \\hen old, sometimes impossible.

ployed.! There's nothing so efficient here I first knew OF GAINESVILLE.
!
side trips for the tourist.It many years ago. :. .
to cure disorders of the kidneys or Florida in 1ST5 and what an extraordinary -
w our daty to ourselves to do liver E.ectric Bieters. It's a wonderful Strengthen the lungs as you
as transformation has: occurred The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

f what I is in our power toward the carrying tonic, and atlWtive nervine and ia .h".?e twenty-five years! I really would weak land and the F. .f

t;: out of this or sorte other similar the greatest all round medicine for doubt whether anybody else in theUnited weeds will disappear.The .f oO.OOO 00 9 .

run down systenu. Itdip U nervous. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . "JOIIt' 00 i
: lsn. Even the completion of aroad Mates would have kept making best lung fertilizer isScott's 1 i
next, rheumatism and neuralgia, and this:: transformation: but the hot of Does: exclusively banking business:; : with facilities equal to any bank in the Y
i from Orlando to Oeala! will be of Emulsion. Salt porki state. Sohcta the accounts of Farmers, Merchant*, Corporations,
malarial loll andsatisfaction i
Only
expels
germs. the We all : :
evening. are t'ujoyingIr.
i but it is hardto Etc. Interest allowed! special arrangement. All business t
l great benefit to us and only a few by the AntiMonopoly > good too, very
gurauteed
, Flagler's wealth without it costing us I traniicted promptly. ,

t miles of road will have to be built, Drug ritorr. and Tyding.and / anything It.ndO will everybody: else digest. l -l': H. E. TAYLOR Cashier. iF

and this in Lake and Marion. counties, Co.Wtttorson. who comes here year after year. I The time to treat consumption -
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i to finish this road: of nearly eighty want to ask you all to join me, gentlemen i is when you begin tryingto

f t mile. on Bryan and Cleveland. in drinking to a long life and hide it from yourself. The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing: Co. ;

Of course we po more expect :Mr. continued prosperity to H. M. Fla .
.1 Others it 'won'tDon't -
see ,
you
Y Cleveland to take this advice than we ler.

! Six Sermonets. expect Mr. Bryan to take the advice For all that! Mr. Filler has don 1 wait until you can't Gainesville, Fla.

I do cot know of any way no sure of deceive yourself longer.
for Florida we hope that in return itssoft any
which from time to time, in a per
slaking another happy as being so Begin with the first thoughtto Grade FertilizersEspecially
:
High
fectly friendly spirit, we have urged invigorating: climate will give to
f one's self.-tjir Arthur Helps.!!. take Scott's Emulsion. If
him strength and length of and
i t: upon him. Both Mr. Cleveland and years

1 What a man sees only in his: best in the evening of life which he is now it isn't really consumption so
Mr. Bryan are professional politicians.Both adapted to Florida soils and products. Special
r moments truth is truth in all mo he find that much the better; you will soon
approaching sweet
of them have been candidatesfor may
Brands for Fruits. Potatoes, Melons, Cotton Lettuce Cltk.o.
it and be better for the
Cook. forget
wt'Dti.-JOttt'l'b
oflk'e since they came of age. :'4: r. repose: that conies of a life well spent Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price Sl.v'
To us also through star, treatment If it is consumption -
every
t vud the benedictions of whose
a people
,Cleveland rich and wrecked the
grew : per 50-pound sack .
through every blade of grass, i is not a which had loaded him with state he has transformed from a wilderness you can't expect to be _
party, :
e nOt made visible if we will open our into tuEJen| of wealth and cured at once, but if you will Iliglie: t ('a..h I'rice Paul For I>rj Hunt"..

minds and eJeCarIJle honors. lr. Bryan has: grown rich veline.t4... begin in time and will be \\". {'.Jt'l urd.. .\:;ent. <><-ala, FlaI

and apparently to justify himself,
Ii wrinkles must be written on the rigidly regular in your treat- -
would continue the wreckage. A
I I brows let them not be written on the Doings at York. ment you will win. > riIU.IMIKl> 11 YKiltS.NfiNHE .
gleam of unselfish self-denial! in either
: heart. The spirit should never grow Special Cor. Ocala Banner. Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
f might have gived the party. A gleam The BROTHERS'b
Mann Lumber Company shut 3
old.-Carfield. rest all you can, eat all you
i in )lr. Bryan might yet save it. But down iu mill list week.
I a The refinement is" not mere outside can, that's the treatment andthlt'5 CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSE
we shall tuvenothing from Mr. Cleveland -
Mrs. G. J. Mills, of Berlin, spent one the best treatmentWe 9
polish. It is purity, gentlmess, andgrll.l'
s but the old posing for efiect, from with F
day her daughter last week.
a in the heart, which like the I Wholesale Dealers.
Liquor
11 Mr. Bryan but the old posing fortIl'Cct Mrs. Thos. F. Mann, T. Alexanderand will send you
perfume a dower, breathes out and I ca, Emuls.or.
:l.ttle: of the -
the role of the a
} ; one, sturdy pat family spent last: week at Leroy Authorized Bottlers! and Wh..l."al.l Prai..rs in Win. J. Lemp
Uthes all the life in sweetness.Anou. .- I s.or. free -
riot disdaining subterfuges and concessions Co' St.: Louis Bf .
-, visiting friends and relatives. Brewing ::! r
I Lrfl
rs -.re : tat this picture ia
; each of them an ambitious, The truck growers here are taking r 11. 11 I tel: a on the
; The thing men say H, "I have done ;. K--'er ,)t every bon.c: at
q arrogant man, playing his opportunityand advantage: of the showers and are setting I' ........n .wj. buy 1S46-125S Adams St. Jacksonville Fit,'
l the t best I can." It i is an awful thing k'
! working his party for all he out tomato plants and fertilizingtheir fCOTT & BOWNE.
for a. nun to say. The man never IMIICF LIST PO\ tPPI.lt1'IO\.
thinks they will stand for and are cucumbers. Chemists, I

lived, save, He who perfected our ji 44 409 Pearl St., N. _0____ n
, Ir worth.It W. \V. Mann has the finest cukes V.I

! i f. huu.autty, who ever did the nryJ' id in a small way but a repetition and tomatoes in this! section. __2*r and Sf: all L' :,- I O 08eoee c;ooee@e8..O.i :

best he couldBrooks.. of the history of the world from thebegituling --
_____ Miss Lela Brown and sister, of Fellowship I

"?.'T...' "1>4S of time; useless sacrifices, For Sale. 2 !
3 .W were visitors to York last READ

( \\ r otter Cue Huudred Dollars Re- grandiose pretensions, loot opportunities week and were the guests: of their The Central 1 Lumber Comp.tLy I II

I'Il ; little great men and great little offer tot sale! tJ.eir plamuz Mill property .
"nr.l l for of l'atarrhliatoan
I any case (cousin Mrs. Mann.

r not t I.- l'Urt'lllJy Hall's Catarrh Cure. men alternating in the strife of factious The James C. Moore's fauioiu paper I I in 0.-ala adjomuis; tit.- freight The Florida Times-Union I I

r and! the struggle for preferment depot of the Atlaiui! l'\>a-t Line including
t F. J. CHENEY: tk Co., Toledo, 0. I =show: was with us last week and scoreda
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, truth goue gliuiermg, ana the mass stock of tuna H ui..i m'i id. .
We, the undersigned, hive knownF. big success.
and of humankind the mL red I REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
body ing*. e \I
J. Cueuev'for the last fifteen
years, Rumor says that York is to have a UULi AMJ SUNDAY
iw I misused people:, left to hold the bag The plant is the most complete one*. 9 .
and Inhere him perfectly honorable new store under the arm name of 'W. One N nth ?)stage raid;; aO "
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and the bills! !Louisville Courier- E. Veal &Co. for the uitiiini bl' Three Month potage pad : ". _
in the
all: !! business transactions and financially pay county 'i- SIx Monibs. postage pda: ; ..,

JournaL W. W. Mann has been on the sick nese and with other machine comprises one Year, p*.stage,pasL'USTRATED *". >
able to carry out any obligastioua : SUNDA I EDITION., $1 50 A 'YEA" !

made by their firm. Who Can Cuss Loudest. list buts up agaiu. a moulder, aurfacer, planar, W xmi-ueek'ytdnon! : "sx:: M.nf, : ue

Howard & Bell are now running lathe band saw machine, senii-U cclily EiiiLoo oar le.r 0Q
WEST & TKI'AX, Wholesale Druggists, It U now generally coneeded that taming ,

.1 Toledo, 0. the Hon. Jeflcrsoti B. Browne and I' their milt on full time.cj. L. V.r dovetailer slid fhezer, tenser mill .. "'.:..it'.l"'
It' 1ALDr\u, KIXXAX A MARVIN Congrsssman Robert W. Davis" will TE. lot and storage buildings hors and TIM UN'I-OH: Kso.NVILLE
: THE FLORIDA s- JA FLORIB1 :
I Vholes.le l Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. ems words:: in the gubernatoriaVfight, I You know. what jou are taking. wagon. etc. ,

I Hill's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and the railroads are apt to fall heirto Wbt'nou take Urove's Tasteless: I For particulars apply to

acting directly upon the blood the usual of Chill Tonic because the formula is THE CESTRAL LCMBER Co.,
amount
'I : and mucous surfaces of the system. "cubing. plainly! printed on every bottle: showing 4 tf Ocala Fla.Mrs. i SUBSCRIBE i
' Price The candidate doing the most of thisis
I r Toe. per bottle. Sold by all that it is simply Iron and Quinine -

I' ruggisU. Testimonials! free. likely to win the pril .Albert in a tasteless form. Xo Cure, >o Pay W. W. Clyatt Is visiting; relatives

, .t $AU'd family pills are the beat 1V illianisop's Flor d il1.i Price 50 cents. AI Tiuipa. eIIS.SSIUUS..I.8.IS.

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SENSATION IN ARMY CIRCLES. j FP.I"r-D! OF CHILDREN. SET the : i in

j Formnla tells story :

Wife of Captain Eludes Arrest and Chca! c Airman; : Presents Unique

The Yield of U. S. Ese pes With Child. Ciuinafice to eo t1..I.! Chroiic 1 1I

New York. March! 24-Th(' sensa Chit! : 'I. parch ;::5.-LLJ.t'. tl.e! titlt Gror&ii !!t.ure

tion of the week in sonal cr-ics and "An ordinance tc prevent unjust d.scrlininr : n

Government particularly anoasarmy and navy of : ; : .. ," :-ir. r.;'= zs.:nst i.ir- Not a pat *-. marine : s thin spirits 'ua liquid,
fie.-i-s says The Herald's S-a Juan Porto -. H.,, A.I ..--a J' : 1tll!, .1. ituxton !;?" Fj1si.1 !Extract tERUVSAN: BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

Rk-o correspondent, hi. : ten the inrru nil r'.; iu J.! .' rr.: :> '_ >i it! a mc-ai

4; Per Cent. Bonds (1922) I (ieiu-;:: e of ilrs: Drcome.
tan Urooire o. the Po-ii: lc: 'l rta I' !I of) nat ,.zIi t L::-. -. .: .. '_ ...n $llJll, I FiuH Extract fOG WOOD BAR* FIuM Extract SARSAPARILLA

compared with the returns on meat stationed at Ca\ ('y. j I oc:te. :: :ard! .1 .''..ngs u "

aJ' the 5'J. twenty year gold bonds Mrs. Brcon.e tc.- k \\ ih i her their lit- |! Caia . .: . -. t .ellb It Cnre ; the ChISs i that; ether CFla1II Tonics Don't Cure.

tie girl. anJ I i.- said to have r':)cejded ; .1'\ .' .". .\ [
10- I' r 'JI" > i : ': :is
1M Be-ot General Toaic. No No 50c.rs
Cure Price
Pay.
issued by her home in \\ '.hinJton, .
directly to .
{I au!;,: ;:, .. :tat! .."' a l '

D. C., after nar-hins! New Yc.-k. She. prun t ... .it. t1.: .'I!..drat. a

THE MUTUAL was accompanied by her frit-uJ Miss! j I tenants ..: pin. .. 'i'= anddisigreeabie. -- ------- -

Fuller, a daughter of Chief Justice : .
:: T. > ,: j. [ ) Alderman -
Fuller of the United: States supreme i I = -.s "Evmcs.N'o C MONDAY
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. i Kuxt<,na i::.tu..t .'> as Jol- r C : J7 30
court. I II lows: I J b MARCH .

OF NEW YORK I, Mrs. Broome had been visiting I "Wb<-r as. 't has become and is the t de'''-> fr.m ,''! 'ue at Mazatlan 1
,
friends for several weeks in the army custom of (owners ajfents and managers ye: rerit!:; r. r new ases.

I barracks at Morin Castle. She and of th of 12 inches fel! j
Richard A. McCurily. I7esident. her husband disagreed, it is said over Gentry Bros. Famous Shows
tenement to discriminate against and at St..J. i; '; :'i. io., yesterday.
Ii She
her refusal to return to Cayey. Tefuse to Itt or rent to parties or families
Mexico City is to have a modern
is shown in statement declared she would go to the United
ledger in which there children
a or
are ..
Tc'nlc'd Iinil 1 In-
States rather than accede to his request systemof underground telephones. \mt'rit-a. Lt'adiii; rmlltt Iligilety If1ttIatltibitiori ..

which can be obtained by and take their daughter with infants, thereby discouraging: and mili- Earthquake> ; shock at La. Union Mex- : uf U- Ii iud HI llu world Ina. <(< ..."..1..... ...... d#
; tating against what would be the natural furmuu' nlil.} al U .slid H.. .... I. I' at
her. Captain Broome returned aloneto ira. yesterday afternoon. No damage.
addressing and probable increase to the pop-

Cayey. ultion of Chicago contrary to the injunction Peace has been signed between the .
lIe heard of his wife's intended de Uruguayan and the rebels.
r !government:
imposed upon our first parents I
the steamer Philadelphia ;
partureon upon their expulsion from the Very Rev. Frederick William Far- ( .
San Juan and (
J. If. UYIXGSTOX. JR., Agent' Ocata, Fla I and telegraphed to procured Garden ot{ Eden to multiply and re- rar, dean of Canterbury is dead;
a warrant for her arrest on the 1
plenish the earth and against the policy aged ii.Mrs .
CECIL W II.COX. Agent for the stateof Florida, I charge of kidnaping the child. The 1
and purpose of our national admin- William A. Duet mother of
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Jackouvtlle FlaCassava. Judge who issued the warrant, with + \
istration. Mrs. Clarence Mackay, did in New ,
two policemen, started) In pursuit,
The ordinance was referred to the /
York yesterday. :
but the ship had raised its anchor: \
council judiciary committee. ii1
when the men arrived and as she was The stock ma::keti of Berlin and

The readers of this paper will remember ia quarantine, the captain refused to London during the week were dull, !.
FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE.One .
the tine Held of cassava stop for the officers of the law to especially that of the latter. e ffi. .

grown by Col. Miller: a description of serve their papers. Engineer Dead and Others of the It is claimed that cotton mill operatives d e : rI
bear the market when they could
which appeared in the columns of this Crews Seriously Injured. I C'r t '
BURDICK INQUEST RESUMED. ; 4
KnoX'ilieTenn.., March ..l.TwCdouble make money by keeping prices up. I

paper. -- headers freight trains collided The Bloomer Girls have been enjoined
Said That Widow of Murdered Man
This crop was planted primarily for at Roe Junction. 3 miles east ol' from playing the game of baseball
Will Tell All She Knows.
the roots which were shIpped to the Morristown at 1:05 o'clock this mom scheduled at Cedartown, Ga., to-
Buffalo. K. Y.. March 2-t.-The Inquest
ing. One fireman was killed and
factory at Lake Mary and manufactured into the death of Edwin L. Bur. day.Jeff I
three other trainmen injured. a murderer
Grogan. negro committed I
dick will be resumed by District At-
intostarch and food products
The dead: suicide in the Huntsrille, AJa. I
torney Coatsworth and the Police Justice
but the tops of the cassava turned out Murphy this afternoon. Interest T. E.Woods. fireman. jail by cutting his throat with a pieceof I

The injured:
to be more valuable than the rootsas centers upon the appearance and tin. I
N. G. Wiikerson, engineer, shoulder
In early morning row at Knox
testimony of the widow of the murdered am
the same has been sold for feed! and dislocated.
nan ville.: Tenn.. yesterday. Will Collins
'. J. E. Trout brakeman slight; inter : C. i.-Liv.-.f W..ii.l-r''u u E''I": : d! \i 1. .
"shipped, to all point of the countr It L:: been stated by her lawyer I killed one man and seriously wounded A 'Illght >! II" "i i-
nal injuries. Huicln-d-of Pr..trl0( !-, !I''n--' lid I iii.n. ti. \l -'' kir-
A load to that she will be frank witness and I another.
car was shipped Quincy a
John Hager, negro brakeman, arm A H.-r,i of Tiny i':ih\ 1-:1.,11.11'-1: I'mv.f | >"> '.i, < "ft.",
yesterday; a car load was shipped tot will tell all she knows. Other witnesses I broken. The sum of $7,000 is subscribed by brat ci i KiwMre, 1'.trllle rat !III It in nitL I '.mrr-t qu.l| !j' I _< .'" .......

will be Lizzie Romaine the domestic I The collision resulted from trait members of the First Presbyterian :. E\.r t't"II. Two liintN, Flfll dltitriiit Talt/.au/ Uj, \ml l f ....
another California and in
to
Texas, in the Pennell household; the I "second No. 88" failing to ascertair! : church. Atlanta, toward the big uni- '1'" t'llty New I KeuOcala. -!!. Ex'ur..ioll r-t..ii all: rallr01'i.: t I;

fact has been distributed generally man who took care of the Pennell furnace I
; versity.
whether "train No. 85, which had! Monday March 30.
C. Miller in ,
; George attorney
over all the states in the union which I the right of way, had passed Rot The Venezuelan congress unanimously
whose office Mrs. Pennell and Bur-
hare climate suitable to it* cultivation. Junction : declines the resignation of
dick had their last meeting, and Frank I i
President Castro. It is thought he ---------- -
Brookman, who took care of the Bur- I PRINCESS LOUISE PROVIDED FOR
will withdraw it.
dick furnace. Whether Miller will divulge i I 'q
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Cures Sciatic Rheumatism. anything of interest is regarded II I Will Hreafter Bear Official Title of The empress dowager of China has ai s S'S..51.S\5"SlS'.51S'SjS'.5'.5'5 S1.S'-r3:00z0-.:- __

Mrs. A. E Simpson. 509 Crai St., as doubtful as he may hold It as unprofessional Princess Louise of Tuscany. ordered. an appropriation of half a mil

Knoxille; Tenn., writes, June 10th, to repeat any conversation New York. March 2o.-It is learned lion tael) for Chinese representationat

that he might have heard with from an authoritative source, says the St Louis exposition.
lS9ft: "I have Wen tr>'iug the laths Mrs. Burdick during legal consulta Herald WANTED
Vienna correspondent of The Attorney General Harlan, of Porto

of Hot iSpriugf, Ark., for sciatic rheu tions. that the former crown princess Rico, arrived at New York yesterdayon

matism. but I get more relief Balls rd'. Mrs. Hull the mother of Mrs. Bar- Louise will hereafter bear the official his way to Washington to tender I U
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dick will probably be recalled before title of Princess Louise of Tuscany his resignation to the president.A j lij =T_ -. II
Know Liniment than any medicine or the is closed. I
inquiry finally I with honors due a royal high
to be from
white man. claiming
anything I have ever tried. Enclosed !
ness. has been arrested ) ffi
Pennsylvania a I
STRANGE INCIDENT REVEALED. Her father grand duke of Tuscany Scrap Iron
find postoftiee order for $1.00. Send as Columbia. S. C.. charged with selling
has the prerogative of granting
j
large bottle by Southern Ex. I fake insurance to ignorant negroes. : II
me a Timbers From Former Houses of Davis titles and has conferred this cue up- .'

press." Sold by Anti-Mouopoly DrugStore and Lincoln Now in One. on his daughter with the consent of Thomas J. Stewart of Pennsylvania I l Metals Rails

m New York March 24.-By an odd : the emperor. It is said that the king commander in chief of the Grand ,

incident the cabin in which Abraham I of Saxony's manifesto caused an unpleasant Army of the Republic arrived in Atlanta I

Murphy Bound Over. Lincoln was born and another cabinof i sensation at the grand ducal Sunday night from Fitzgerald n ETC. ETC. ETC.

Joe Murphy, charged with stealing logs which was associated with i court and that a reply formally protesting Ga. ,

$13.1a1 from )lr. 1;. C. MeLeod[ : : had a the life mixed of Jefferson up and timers Davis have of both become I against some expressions has Comptroller General Wright oi II t1 [Highest cash price paid for same
been drawn up and is now on the way Georgia will require full returns in

preliminary hearing before County structures now make up a single to Dresden. The Allgemeine Zei- estimating value of franchises. He .

Judge Mullock yt>terday afttruoun building. The revelation of this fact I tung announces that Princess Louise announces that ne reductions will be -

came about through the efforts o jhe also is about to publish a reply to the made by him.Cincinnati I ADDRESSBABEL
and in default of a'Otl: bond was remanded Rev. Dr. Hillis_ pastor of Plymouth manifesto ,

to jail to a*lut the action of church to add to the Beecher memorial I. has mystrious tragdy BROS. ,

Three dead bodies: of the Betty family
the grand jury tt the October term of fund. DIED IN TRANCE.
Dr. Hillis and those associated with found in their flat Mr. Betty or I Jacksonville. Florida.

court. him in the Beecher memorial movement his coming home in the mornmg find: I
New Jersey Woman Passes Away Un-
The evidence w hile largely eimimfctantial : made arrangements for a "Lin- bodies of wife and babe. He lie 1 .
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Peculiar Circumstances.
der
coin evening"! in Plymouth church tomorrow down by his wife's body and soon i: s szsss t="T-a'r
,, was strictly against Joe who Morristown, N. J., March :',5.Mrs.J. .
night and Benjamin Chapin. asphyxiated..
"flush" from N. Reeve of Succasunna, who had I
was unquestionably very the student and impersonator of Lincoln
Three maked lubbers boarded ar
been in a trance for five days is dead.A .
time of the loss of the money until the was engaged to tell .tb historyof few minutes before she died and electric car between Los Angeles am .

arrest. Lincoln's order that life from thee the might platform.In be an. while the family were at the bedside. Monica. Ca!.. on Saturday The robbers night ant m"nn", ,,n,,,,,",,,, "'1ii11111MMtiH1N' .11M""
ordered hands were
she her and said in clear up.
Mr. WaluoV.. Martin represented opened tys a I -
adde'J touch: of realism: to t'le: entTtainm -
in turn
fired by who -
but faint voice: I on a passenger -
the state while Joe was his own lnwrr. < sit !t wns:: dorj; to "Too long has my spirit been held! I -
Quite a uumber of witness were examined. the t'M'u'rn! tinhttle! \\yi flb:1 in 1 in this temple of clay. Friends loved was plied and three others --
which: I.inioln! was torn aid !lags i it I wcur.dfl! The robbers with --
i on.-b; in tie great beyond there is reaped
opt in: tu! f '-i.ih:! (j.: '.or. The tat;J
and happiness. I am cf it. an !II cut ally booty
peace :
the case of >[: rgarei Murphy charged in ::s rh" .... list! was oa !'xhihit\: I: I I ... : I FINEST MILLINERY !
at tv Par-Arlfriean P\ISiUOil..t: see you all' FJOyou all and !: : A v.' ->- u now :n thf cours o! Ala-:: ,

., with receiving stolen gu
until She is Suff3J: Father an.", moiiKT alt are '..U.. ;..;<* I in tl. it .-t.tt. ,.1--'
continued to-day.
represented The: owners of the cabin: declared! ,
: now. Goculby." lr.Y aUorth of Boston has I f: .: ::: \ -u ar' I''yU| ( -.fwl! tos 1 I 1ii-. I ,
E. W. Davis. they would be glad to U-nd it if itwe.e ,
Attorney
hy I Mrs. Reeve closed her eyes breathed i his foituue, estimated at $7.0'"it-o' ):; =::: !t-ueral 1 peiiliij of 1':1'1"111 ?0110. I I.". I.

s : all the Licoln cabin but they ; faintly for a few minutes the respirations to found an industrial st'hool.Ern..st == The ladies nreure to find a j I"V -ti, .
Death cf an Infant said= tfat, as a matter of fact the becoming fainter! and fainter :::: \STKH: : HAT. individunii-v! ti

structure with :is at present 'n Coney Haywood, who killed Lul- :::: style anil t-1"lltlwt" -\01) .... li..peciulry !t' ,
The little six week's old baby boy until ceased i
: they they altogether.
Ulard, is a combination of the hut in low Skinner, at Raleigh X. C., was I :::: -. ami H t' \tiritruit-. Fr-in, .

of Mr. mid Mrs. Marion Uriukley, which the great emancipator was born I i i i HEARERS WERE SURPRISED. yesterday indicted for murder. I,I :-:: uutl! Far for l\n\-\ l'lalh'fIj 11.s'.. t'r

who reside on Lime street, died and the Davis cabin. I The outbreak: in China has becomeso r i,I--

and buried Friday The original Lincoln cabin, said one I Dr. Lyman Abbott Discusses Advanced serious that France may send:! Ii
Thursday was I i
of E MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS.
the owners had been purchasedby Theories Contained In His Book. 1 troops into the disturbed province.Jerome i
morning at the old cemetery. I
a restaurant man from a colored New York 25. Dr. white: 3t
March -Rev. Lyman Martin a prominent -

Mr. Brinkley, who has also been preacher named Bingham at Nolin I Abbott somewhat surprised his man. fell 53 feet from a cernck LEar =_= Corner ouh ltatttu'.e moire. t ?u e' tIIIldlfllel ., ,
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critically ill for the past week is, we Creek LA Rue county, Kentucky. He hearers at a Met;,odist ministers' conference Gainesville. Monday and was fatally!! 1
loaneJ it for
exhibition purposes to I
by propounding of those religious injured.
aregadto! learn gradually improv the managers of the Nashville exhibition
theories that he has elaboratedin -
Alderman Ruxton. of Chicago! wants

ing. cellar of and a afterward small restaurant stored it on in the the his book" "The Theology of an Evolutionist to fine every landlord $10o who rO'- i iI I i ', IlllillllllliUll.iRl lllliNi/11111 l4/i1/1l1M IW _

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The Southern Baptist. jests a tenant because of the latursmany
Bowery. In the cellar he
same storeda
The Bible, according to Mr. Abbott, children.
4 The above is the name of a newpaper log cabin connected with some his -
is merely a record of human religious
which will make its appear torical incident in the life of Jefferson experiences. "I have a respect forth After desperate fighting the city of
Ja Davis the president of the confeder San Domingo has been taken by the
puce -\l'rilI5. It will be Issued from old theology," lie said "and today '
acy. When they were brought out rebels Many were killed and wounded
r a I cannot doubt that the change from 1'11111)] House
Gaint'iivillewill be sixteen pages the movers mixed the timbers. It is on both sides.
the old to the new method of thinkingin ,
and the price of which will be only 1.S3vauuah hoped to straighten them out. religion is important radical end Frank Compton. a promineut merchant -

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of Rome Ga. has
disappearedand
The
HELD UP BY HIGHWAYMEN revolutionary. typical departure
A firm has organized a
fears entertained that he has
is the recognition of what was once are '
S3rk),000 National Blink in Jacksonville. committed suicide.
God's
New Jersey Man Robbed of Valuablesand called the "Carpenter theory of

Tied to Railroad Track. creation of the world. The belief of Governor Aj'ol'k. of North Carolina

New Brunswick N. J., March 25.- the religion! that the earth was turnei and \.x.G.\"l'rDor Candl,,:. of Georgia: Ocala
florid
NOTICEOl John Snyder, of Jersey City, formerlyof out as in a lathe." Tv-'l: V a\: : ::!: tu' jti'igp.s! at '!! Km

Altoona, Pa., while walking along The Bible is not a book in which 5 t j orj-Trinity debate. I
ippUcalioa for Tax Deed Uuder Section S 01-
Chapter 488, Laws of Florida. the track of the port Reading railroad or 60 writers tell what religion i?. I Sir; ?.>. Islan\1! of Mindanoa has

-\TOTICC. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT near Metuchen. was approached by a but it isa record of their religious .1 .1] .%' --e K : ':.o rF N ,,

i> Stuckey tic Tiller purchaser of tax certificate stranger, who knocked him down before experiences, a record of their '. .qS.! l:, H: i -. \i, :.
:\0.404750 dated the jrd day of October,A.D 1S9*, sciousness of God. They a.re con-I Mrs.\ Thos. J.
has filed said certificate in my office and has he could defend himself choked ." Bares, Prop.
made application for tax: deed to issue in accordance Wm! into insensibility, and went man, they were imperfect men ,
with law. Said certificate embraces the I ..... -
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through his clothing taking
fallow in sr descnbed property situated In Marion everythingof
county, Horida, to-wit: value we stumble."

1oIs 9 and 10 Block E. Row Addition Silver
When
Snyder recovered he tiedto
was
Springs 1'aik the tracks, and the thief had taken Mark Twain Reported III. To Cure Cold in One
The said Und being assessed at the date of the New a Day
York March 24-Mark Twair
issuance ot such certificate in the name oi C. F. his clothing and even his stockings. ta Two fry*.
1/M.Le. Uule said certificate shall be redeemed is ill at his Riverdale home wuh
according to law U z: deed will Lu>ue on He was released by a resident of Me
the and day of May A. D. 1903. tuchen. and supplied with clothing. No bronchial trouble. His rbjsifiai Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PJI oft every

Witness my official siguature ant seal this on leaving late last night said his patient
the ijr Snyder was on his way to visit! his
[seal] S. T. SISTRrXK.J work soon.
a7 Clerk Ct Court Marion Co.. Fla.f father in Altcona.
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L LANDSLIDE' CAUSES I( FLOOD WATERS r GrN:, ::' S SOCIETIES! I! iy i EUn3, ( INQOEST' II II x.10 t


\\VREGK OF !
TRAIN -- -
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t HOSTILE' GETSTERESTING
SOON TO RECEDECritical J : I.

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Officials Say Accident Was I ;c

Point Now On Lower !Scenes of 15 Years Ago May Mrs. Burdick the Principal !

Unavoidable. f'

Mississippi. 3e .e-Enacted. I Witness Today. 1 x

: TRAFFIC DELAYED FOR HOURS. .--- I i
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I ADMITS INTIMACY WITH PENNELL
WEATHER REMAINS FAVORABLE. 'HIGHBINDERS ARE AGGRESSIVE i 4I

r Only Cne Death Known to Have Re-I I

r, ulted-Engineer and Fireman Bad Crset of Flood Expected to Reach Gulf 'R i5n of Terror Exists In Chinese Sec ; The Wife of Murdered Man Provingi

ly Cruised and Scalded-Passengers I I By Sunday and a Steady Decline ta tiCn of Portland Ore., and a Clash i Star Witness In the Inquiry Now Ee- ii

Shaken Up. I Follow: -River Is Gradually Falling Between tne Societies: May Be Ex- i ing Made by the Coroner-Testimony ,

at Memphis. pected a* Any Time. Will Occupy the Day.
Atlanta. March! -I.: -The north. i I I
I ; Buffalo. \. Y., March 25.-The inquest -
tout d passenger on the Southern rail. New Orleans, March 26.-Though Portlai.a. O.e., March 25-Not since 1
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lay for Washington which left this reports from all points south of Helena 'the fierce Hi;Lbinder fight in 15 years, !i' into the murder of Edwin T.

rtiy last midnight was wrecked at I I are of a rising: river, the Mississippi !ago in which a large number were burdick was resumed in the police I
The
10 o'clock this !
( Ayr uif.: Ua. near Toccoa, So miles in front of New Orleans is practically kiiie.1 ;n Chinatown has the Chinese j 1! court at morning.

r north of this city late last eight byi stationary, the gauge marking today section: of the city been in such a .:-tate widow of the dead man continued her I

Jjuasii of rock. An unknown j 20.1 teet. That fact 'of uproar and excitement. I testimony, which was begun yesterday. !
i naturally taunts Before the today District -
p/twa was instantly killed and the much relief here since it means that Two of the leading Highbinder as !I hearing opened thatj

nwnan and engineer of the train severely the river will have less difficulty in 'ecciaiiors of the city have declared :j Attorney Coatsworth said

bruised and scalded. carrying o3: the higher water that is |open warfare and two more of the j j dice beyond: hearing the: continuation his plans had of Mrs.not been Bur- SPRING SUMMER f

The dead: coming tai! :la way. leading: societies are fast being drawn
formed and he would make no state-
An Unknown: Tramp. The lever board continues its t ito tse tiouble. I!
prep- would fellow her. It
ment to who ,
as
i The icjued: arations for the maximum flood Po Tin Tong and Bo On Tang societies '
promised !
f Edward }Miller (engineer arm broken by ti- weather bureau. The are the leaders in the fight and ; was intimated however, that what she

< and severely scalded.Freierick weatb-'r is dar and ; Trouble are making preparations: to contest had to say would take up the "mi'l'morning

Thompton, fireman, badly is still b'-'ing experienced sunshiny.with reckless :' their disputes! to the bitter end. Fifteen 1 session, if not the entire day. I II 3
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Her devoted I Will
arrived testimony yesterday was be at our More
fame
bruised and scalded. Chinese of fighting
s craft in
the river which exceed entire'- her relations with Pennell Next week. Don't
j The accident occurred a few miles the last night to be on hand when the I to -
speed allowed
t by the g'overnor'sproclamation. and it is probable that the line taken Fail to Come and ttte t
. north of Aersvllle. The train was ap- In trouble comes to a head.
other )pars of will lead to her Them. .
today more closely
jjwching a deep cut., when ithout floods it has not been an altogetherrare The Astoria Chinamen belong mostly I
affairs with
h husband and the
f sy warning a large slide of rock fell occurrence that people living to the Po Lia Tong and it is said in the Burdock home immediately
tuots the track. A watch an sta- along the levees have taken into their that the Bo On Tong have sent to events his tragic death. ,1

E f j toned! nearby heard the slide, and own hands the enforr.->oient of the San Francisco for a delegation of preceding 1i JBOSTON J-
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People began to gather in front ot

\ train.started WhIch out was to warn then due.the passenger lie had threats proclamation ale: that by the use of rifles and Higabir-deis.The hop: Sing Tong and the Sui Sing the police court at an early hour and THE
line are being made
I pryceede only a short distance when now. It mey be said, however, that Tong. the; leading societies of Portland .1 when mde the for doors were opened a rush STORE. 1

L tn* train crashed into the obstruction.The the large majority of steamboats. and have thus far refused to be was eats. As on yesterday 1f
, : there of
preponderance
was a women
there rear Pullmans are reported drawn into the dispute.
steamship men are obeying the instructions
i in the .
; to have left the track, tearing up of the authorities. Good 1 "They openly challenge us to fight," I I court room.It f
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o'clock Justice
when
r the road for a short distance. None i said a i member of the Hop Sing soci- was :
reports come from the condition of the Murphy took his the bench.
I I ; seat on ,
of the |passengers were hurt. levees in the Panohartrain district on i'! ety. "and say we are afraid of them.

Traffic! was delayed for several the of the If they would import all of the men Mr. Coats worth arrived at the same
east river between Baton
time.
A few
minutes later Mrs. Bur
tours. Rouge I they hare on the coast we would still r
to New Orleans. They |
are now i hair dick walked into court. The resultof
undergoing a severe strain but Presi-1: the strongest society.
Washington, March :24.! -Advices received dent eake still + Chinese thronged the police station yesterday's ordeal was evidencedin
believes that the (>n.1 j :
at the Southern: railroad officeskere tire last night and told their tales of her pa'e and worn appearance. ...
system will be held. The
Missis-1 I .
"There
occasion about two
was an
'state that the accident was un slppi fear to U e police. The chief of police
Valley
and Illinois Central rail-
when Mr. Burdick
avoidable. The train was approachIng lfor.nt'd them that he would double years ago you and
roads which
would both be affected by j jany 3r
J had quite an altercation at your house?
of in Chinatown until the
a cut and a slide rock occurred the patrol
serious break in this territory, are i asked Mr. Coatsworth, when Mrs. Bur. ,
blew the trouble had abated.
as .the engineer signal
just {
t co-operating with the levee board and i
. The watchman I dick had taken her seat in the witness
for a road crossing. the
planters in
the work of strengthening i
jj'X. ftatione.2 in the cut started at once the line.Reported SIX REPORTED LOST. chair.

i 11 r to Bag the train but had only gone I J \> -Yes. sir," was the reply. ;5:
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. "And after
that it for
about a hundred yards from the -it Bald Four Drummers and Two Negroes was necessary
f'r when the train crashed into the ob- Break at Laconia Circle. I Were Drowned. him to wear a piece of court plaster : :Cur Shoes are Silent Salesnjei) ) : : 1
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action A tramp was killed and reports C. Memphis. Tenn.. March 25.-The On his head?

4 u* engineer and fireman were badly coma Circle. Ark., Scimitar this afternoon says that J. "No sir." I Come and Buy a Pair 4j
are greatly swag
injured The accident tied the road gerated. The break R. HooJ, of this city an employe of "Did not you at that time strike him I '"
in the embankment :;;
.p for several hours. No passengers I there t an Arkansas saw mill, returned from I over the head with a chair? J
was not as serious as firsreported I
"I did not.
are repotted hurt.HONORED the the flood district of Arkansas this
as embankment was only I :5II
"Did you at any time, lave your
I a protection levee morning and reports that while at
, i and not In the
system
family after returnee from Auan.1
MISS ROOSEVELT. | you
I of levees hi that Gavin a station on the 'Frisco

! i The crevasse has not section.materially af road. Saturday afternoon he r&il-I tic City in"1901 and prior to Dec. 10?" II !

People of Porto Rico Royally Entertain fected the situation. skiff containing four drummer astwo d "No sir.
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, "Dir Mr. Burdick?
Daughter of President
.. The continued clear cold nogro oarsmen swept under the if
weatherhas
" San Juan I' It, March !G.-There track of the railroad In a stiff current. "No sir." ?;
brought hope to thia
Faa a grand :ereption at the theater the river Is section although The boat was overturned, all six of the "Don't you recall a time in 1902 r-- THEM'GOR6jfCK i
here steadily rising. when Mr. Burdick left home and lived _=
yesterday evening under the au .
The gauge here this occupants being drowned. .!. l
apices oi the ciii/eua': committee in 51.4 feet, a rise of morning 1.1 feet in registered the Mr. Hood u!:' 's not know the names at the (Genessee hotel?" M HARVESTING MACHINE :"'"-;"''.'- \ '-' \ .'T..,. f
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bt*or of Miss Alice Roosevelt follow last 24 hours. of the t.aveling! men, but says they :go sir. He went out of town early ::. .-r; ,

tag an elaborate display of fireworks f j were caught in the overflowed dis- in 1902, but returned again." COMPANY _.':. .: ". :- f fJ
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oft the plaza which lasted until 1o'eloik <. "You received a letter from your '",," ,';;: '"
River Falling at I tri< t by the washing out of the railroad i i -._. '..-, ; -. !
Memphis. -- ; -' j
and witnessed' Miss I husband from Indianapolis! in January -, }:. ;
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was by Memphis. March 26.-Tht river j I narl.s: a (: had employed the nf- : ',:"_',,'". .. J
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pousetelt '. "Did Mr. Burdu-k? F. D. POOSER
ho Agent .
received tremt'ndouiOVatj"U ,
a : them .
groes to row across the suU(
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this is "
morning falling slowly.I The : : !;
from the .Y". sir. l :.. :.. :.. '
people gathered ou is j merged t rrlto-y< to Mound City Ark.. ,. .. -, ,
gauge a fall of .3 in 24 .. :
89.1.1'et. I OC.lL.FLORIDA. -
tie iil.ua aid the roofs of the houses hours, and a tall of 1 foot !} where tliry iml'u.I'j: J to take a tteambtw "I wreaa: ; ;It : ec'eired a [.'net I .- 11!
From .
the
One iif iiu-ae pieces. :tpresentingrtwileat maximum of the I for this i'it\. : today isoui A. H. P.. of the rojuenu i ;: .. '" "- b) t
present flood whickwas I
Koosevelt, was 25 feet high of whiiU: you .-.e familiar I shall -

The mlfiior of the theater was dec reached last Saturday. The Iron I! PRESIDENTIAL! APPOINTSMENTS. decline to :b::1\',' any interview with I ,, I
Mountain: rails\ :.1 made good its i\! II
rate-1 profusely} and displayed the prom him. la ;tL.t: k'tter Burdick said I ,
I IE-> !If.st :girt :and its .. I
sent first
train! \
Woi.i: "\VcXoonformed; of elwt] ;' r.'erti C&cl-.rs Man Turned Down Because he 111r."t! .mail! to come home again.. j ::

-t Il bt., west this morning. Railroad traffic | He Old! Not Support Party. Mrs FiirH-K!! wr.ite a loiter in reply I tM

iii i l? Roosevelt >;.ent two hours has [I'I'!! rjpsumpd >,iy all! W.M .rn !infOi! ) \Va ',': :" ': :M t''i': !:- t1'ovInir :'! in which! : --h"J;: : with her bus I .I. "...,. .. .-:.oJ>>-' lo.:!

tlnK.i. ; :l.ai.a with the invited: guests, over the Iron Mountain! tracks Then- .' : !> r. I'.P k'lol .:.>.' '.:.i .i.ih i i Hnd 'iti t.) ;| < :';,;i"r :r. his Jptormina '. 1
has Itvn iniu-h improvement in > I KOULS FKOM o- '
th t the
best
II--! vli:: leave San Juan for the interior > tH' ', -] :' .-: turn t, ?so ir a ."..aorce. She mad 1
flooded:! area of North Memphis. I! ". OL 'I. OVEN u r.al
io.ia\! afoompaniej by GovernorHuu ,:..ii, ;':-,: )T!. S. I'I : .:..i-.iI an a". li r-r hi *::ar'or: the ihiMrenc' goes rIII'
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... ,.' : .J..L ." ::1 tale:, and
:.Iw hunt .Mi.-s! Elizabeth Hunt I i UU.i c''l..j- : ;; 1.'.It ('h.- li\J; '
Tt-"i'iaHutu I the ::o...:'. T'S brother, Special River Bulletins. I'WashiIDn. i I X-. ," ., t' ,. .I'n.''......--Char-! 1",.i.V.. L. : : .'.. a: th'a liI'f'n.: : ft/etul':'!} < r -...;,' ) Ute a I
: :M.i.-ch: 2ii -Sp- -al r.v-: ... ; BEST BREAD
IJI.1: >, ThCIlUS 1111,,<, .?..i (ileutrife: :: Bar fiLir! ;inn L--------------"" it

ttut.e: : goveinor's waJ I auil Sv.-i.rf- er bulKtinTtu: ricer at :\Il'ljild!; !!' Tr' :.i--- '" :, 'ff'P. Rll: .. -, !"' il-n I : "},:>-, GoTts! ; r..:?t not be Yoi ru-!! > cii. It- .! '..ght! : ; i'y 'r.- > and 0
f.il'.cn AUrt'ore stated I tJs01l }
has La'iJ
now oi'tfoot! below! a
tan !1.1.! -s, t'n' niav : I.hr-. '? '. .t' Ta> !I"r' : iln-: ,:;.!>>. K. car.no' !i >*?o n'l! ti u-." i : ui'iilc-; ',Il". A ifX* -iJI' iiiut -i-d i" a
Imum stasv; if 4f>.l t". : I earK'iui: ct"out slut twu-horw! mower, j
ft Lit! u.ntin-! .
: Tl'" patty' will be away four days J. .1. i'' :> Jri: Iiird-! : ,,:Jt' l'elpmh'po1: r-k'-s. hiokle ; !'i tt! M.I !self ati-l! aiw.i-l .w itutnti<>UHS "
ups to ri*l' !Vlo'. At Vic': !.a'niisr' th"I I I iftisuK-r: uiitj repair-1: ,
, dJ'! 1 \t; <'ay.,: POIKMaya.:iu"/ In i >:T n vTi: II:.'> a! :i:tmentdf having! wr.Ui it. It was uau-d:! Jan I "par!', acid yiia'l! iinve in the n.'M '!elf Hit 'it '

j hJ':.,. iattmttbate towns as w,1I! stage this Hiornii!;; uas :::01.1 J tcot. and: i : ?: ": I' ''. at \\Y-i.' N. (1., th.' :27.! V-i-2. date a i'::1' :KiHii! 111'n.tpt'l"! lnirr!: >. u I;d"! .i. for l>rHMii.j It"; iuslie nmrtt

! &I i i.... prim' jpal sugar estates.;; at New Drlcans. 20.1 fret :a rK> of .f)1 i ro&ti'iri: '' : ?. !::uit i- in '. t.u fol-: i APT !1TUDICK: . . . i slire,!Irtt-r* )stu i (-\'< ry pan {"i.-rtaiiiit e r 'i.ii'fti tm.ly liiifil\ i Ly
foot: at ech place in.-p Tu- I .
t T.- inhthitant": 'of I'om-e hal \" "day morn- lpw'i!i'. =' : -!'t: "A'vr .1 (aful: "1'l! !<"ttr.V.TS "to:1: : ;-'out to induce I I {ni'jke:' har\v.jiii a :-U""t+, r..

l pki'-A-il a big nceptit for Mios Roose- ing. Th? river will coauniif to risi i! consul':, :r-:1: iii,' ilep.irti:..'2 i.t Jai: : von- till tn f-:1: ',> !h..- !;Lome?" queried i K..Uit'lul.t'r that the V;c-f'. n:,u ;k ]: EllS'BAKERY'Than ; f
slowly hoth the above naiuni placesand '11I'' .. I' billh'r i i.- tinMt'y right;\ hati-1 wa.'huie rN>
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i Y.t.. t" -r"'m:1.> ': : :r'1 that t .Mr. CMt[ >vu K:

! the crest will probably pass; ,; Helena ,1! :\r! v;<''. .i"not -T'lortH: : the llcpuhluan : !Ir r-s! ).r.bo"W this! Sir,. Burdirt! I I on th: ILarkrt: ttmi'i'! i r'litl, i o>u bit). !i iany '' h l > i.tt ( -In I 'iin ,ou. I
: about Friday oilier, you are : tier to lit tibup.r..n"I.
WILL or Saturday.
TREAT WITH EMPLOYES i I.. ". :ir.! '. '::-i .;':>.rtiy ha d! sai: !,! ."\" :.1 rr1 an inter'!I"w ivirh h?! i .t---. --- .-' .......-...... .: I

MYSTERY IS SOLVED |I no .aim! ; i pity: r>.'<-.vnitioi: : ;. 5 i..t.t!. after yard'!! at 11".. o!".." <,. She I \\i't- defy Hii vfuJlct1-\ -' vorKJ! totnaet i

'f ftlllhuy Oft.cialg; Show Spirit of Fair. I I I ask.him: ; to r. UJ: ;o his! horn. He .I' IH 1U rice hnrvw-t ti-ii.i Theif : Jerry Burnett t

neu Toward Demands of Men. Two Negroes Under Arrest For Kill- 1: SOUTHERN MAY ENLARGE SHOPSi 5 said! he ir.tei.d--i! i to. is the place j i to !!ii..w what your iua1I'lmifi ,

I X.\ ''Uv-n. Conn.. March 2-"t' me awl 1

, ***'" ',. t' a communication today Indianapolis :March 26. :i Believed the System Is Preparing: to mea 1't nnell?" I ill! i!.iw you (po'uKs! that will i!!! hiiert'-t '

I! trc to i i1 ,"i.-nt! Hall of th. Xew York. -The mystery i j Build Its Own'Locomotives. "1 !o not r<'.lll''lllor.- i you. Hiitl.uve you it>.(.;u-> Kv: ry ;j jinaibiiie Merchant

i ?ie. H.utn and! Hartford Railwaycowan Lung surrounding the Chinese the murder of Doe. j, Kin;\ ilP!! Tonn. Mart h :'.-Th.- "\\';-y it \.: laundryman, several ttst:! l lift, re it i b tiinu-tl) over t<
you.
i v !irx't'n.j! the grievance ('om.I mouths ago. has been solved. I Sentino! ann, uncts that it i is n-iaby! you had ul! those clanJ! ";:,tine IF.. :

I miitiiof the trainmen and conductor Two negroes who are chargd wIth inforuse!' that the Southern raiUvaj I is ings w-.th! P. nncll.!! wasn't it?" I F. D. POOSER Agent. Tailoring.Ocala .

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t f road< to meet Kiu. the mem. the murder, are under arrest and the to extensivfly: (>n an:;.' :it, mammoth "Not :..::hi after that: :o." i, ;3.l -dlt-wltnl Y

i tits II! that!: burly repaired to Mr. shops in the: city! already! one of tho "Kat i.ot ;Ion anorv" '
, & detectives are searching for several ? i _____ __ 0 __ Florida.
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.ff( ; largest railroad ,
I TV ; other negroes including a woman anda shops! in the south. "Well ne song;;t me constantly" i Finest Imported and l

loiumunlcation contained no Chinese who are said'' to b* implicated. The enlargement is presumably! for "On what date was it when rot |! Domestic Cloths.
Wet 4 4C'utinta
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I of the ariiun.! taken by the board The negroes under arrest the purpose of building!' !h'omotiv..sfor Jumped out of the window on Sevt'nth i :;;;

i of d!: 01 Curs at New York yesterday in Nim Davis a well known police character are use on the Southern system, Xo street?" I :Specialty. ':

: h'pr! to the mantIs of the men. It definite plans have been given out "December 2." Fiti (juurauteed. J
and
a man named Brooks. The I
; II nr I..d, however, Dr. Hall will officially. About sot
men are BOW "What chu.ch did .
story is that Doc Lung : you go to after --
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was in his -
: lUke known to the committee the diI employed in the local shops. I j ju i that?" I, +.he Kind i
with
I ff.tors'posti laundry a negro woman when the __ __. ,
! | n. :: e .
;; "Tbe Church "
negro man entered the place. The : Of.the Ascension j :gal Leach
' The answer of the directors theeonductors WILL BE REUNITED. I
to
What did!
murder followed. It was also said Burdick say to you wher I PAGE WOVEN I
| and trainmen declares in 1 you returned home that ed'txcr..l
that Chinese night? Ifl.if
a tipped off the
I brier that the road desires that its fact thata Husband Returns to Family After Absence !h "I told him 1 had been 1 burr .
woman was with to church Hr
I e.L !o>'eS shall receive just and liberal Lung, and that the of Forty Years. tsold he knew where
murder was committed I haJ been ar. .1
I| tratineut and offers to meet the con. ousy. through jeal. New Bedford, Mass., March 6.-Af.[\ asked me why I did not let him! :! i WIRE FENCING
doctor, ter absence of I
Edwin
-I and trainmen as separate corn an forty years ; when he knocked. I said I ,> ,:,t. I

. alttes on different days. COY SHOOTS FATHER.I I Dow. of Newark N. J., who accumulated ,i have if I had known it \a., h'm.: H !

I a fortune out west, is to remarry ( Ma 1 Fighting at San Domingo. j then told me that I would have rob! a- i :eF 3 l w r. N ,
San Was Trying to Protect Mother From his wife. the : Mrutisjfst: Lijfhti, 11..t:4.rvi't'ulolt' il
U.mmgo. house and he advised
Tuesday me .
1 March :24-! tJ: cu-: l
Dow some time after his marriage ,
The Injury. "
inhabitants were again thrown I mnnicate with Penne:! : and I t'tiealwet i ii
Chicago, March 26. disappeared leaving word that he' ---
Into -Going: the
a to ; Mrs. Burdick
iute of alarm: this afternoon j said she saw Prr.i
tile fart by rescue of his mother, who was being would cot return until he had made i' that 1'1\l'L\i: '. .\1)1:'
that She
further fighting is taking evening. w-nt to hi.- oe! ; MURPhY
Place beaten by her drunken husband !, his fortune and could give his family I T. i
rian Ray and Mr. Burdick: i.
at
Carlos [
near here. .\ i accompanied :her. iI No Barb Wire to tear thePlothingorinjuresaimala. '
(OlIlmj ,.ou has left San Domingo for j Jackson 19 years of age, shot and I a better home. A few years later "I remained away tor several days: I l
Mrs. Dow secured divorce and I Ir
AlU"" and Harah u. on the warship probably fatally wounded his father a was she continued, "and then went home I

Indt'penJl"n In order to brine about Alonzo Jackson at then home today. married to Captain W. J. Nbnon. ; 1 had anwher talk with Mr Burdi.-V I I I r Cannot be Torn Down,
the! The son then started to give Dow made his fortune and returnIng 'I .
himself -
surrender of those places. The !' and he told me that I might: remain Machine and IroQ Works. Carried oft and Hurued.
'arslup colon has left up but yielded to the pleadings of found his wife was happily marrled that night." !
here for San
I
-
Pedro de Maceris. in order to compel his mother to try to escape. lIe was He made himself known to ;': "He was very kind to you, ever I Keeps Everything Barred i

i that town to surrender. captured several hours later. his daughter and pledging her to se- then" i From the Smallest to the

According to the story of Mrs. Jack crec). told her his story. She was "He "
was.
Big goat breaker: Burned. son, her husband came home intoxicated only to reveal the secret upon Captain The witness admitted In reply to i';i Iron, Bra... anil Urou/o ('a'.t- Laagest Fowl or Animal.

Ilkesbarre.. Pa., MarchThe and began to abuse her. Th Norton's death. Captain Norton question. j inx; .: 3Iaohine ami I'allern For Particulars Write to

04! Forgo breaker, operated by tnt son interfered and was ordered from died two years ago and Dow cameon '

Pennsylvania! Coal company at Dur the house. lie promised go on con from the west and meeting his Six Miners Reported Killed. I I .Shop*; Mariiicand Kail

yea has burned to the ground today dltion! that his! mother suffer no further I former wife, asked her to remarry Springfield, 111., March 25.-Six min i j road U'ltair.. F. 0. SAMPSON, Agt.

Cause unknown. Several hundrec abuse bin had reached the door him. She consented, and the marriage ers are reported killed and one Injured ;

lIlt-nand boys are thrown out of work when the elder man struck his wife I I will take place Sunday. by a gas explosion in a mine ai ;I 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville I Boardnjan Florida.

la consequence and knocked her. down. 1 Athens.! 1

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ADJOURNED MEETING. "fill" "tll" "11"1111" "11" 11t1" 1 '1''Pfi''''l''''''PfiP1''''''''t''1'''t''n111""f1"1"1""1"1111t11" "4f" "Il" f

;: Light and Water Committee to Mike ..-...-.
New Rite Schedule. --
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rouncil Wednesday night a communication -


plant Bennett in was regard presented of to the present by electric tupt'rintendt'ot rates light d- TEA POT GROCJfRY: I

charges for service. After home di)- f -- i
cu>iou the communication was rE- '
erred to the light cud water ('omrnittt'e '1.. 1

with instruction to preparenew a 0- .-V.... J j
schedule equalizing existii -- ......i
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rates, it appearing that lights supplied ](- '.. !
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private residences are propotionately 1
cheaper than those furnished : 1j j

'i Sanitary business matters houses and and office the conflu Are You Interested j

between the inspector and the street I Itt
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superintendent in regard to the work ....... 1:
and !supervision of the street carl
was discussed and referred Th.
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board of health i is anxious that then tj Saving Money
carts should be devoted at this!'taNOUoftbe
year: exclusively u. taDitary .tttl .. -- ...O.
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work and placed under the care of the .
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sanitary members inspector.The of.the council presen If in mood when in need iE
were Edwards! Gates, IJarco, ChactMclver ',, you are a money-saving ;
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Weathers and Jones. .

Tuesday morning Wrong Man at (silver shet. Springs i a of Fruit Jars it will be to your interest to see us. 3

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rather serious mistake was
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or man the two shooting, !Solomon:officers of have a"Williams.presumably been on For the innocent a track day; -- We have just received a carload of Mason's Fruit | :

of the negro wanted for the murder tts- -AJ

r deeparate of a a woodsrider man character.who at was or said near to beIi l'watiUaand very a-r Jars J consisting of pints, quarts and 1-2 gallons. <& |


Mistaking: their man, two acting --- -II

deputies fired a load of buckshot into: We this week of Diamond Match Cos .I
Williams ,and seriously wounded E: expect a car |
him. He is!! now in the hospital hen
under the care of Dr. Izlar who Link! lid ...f

r Le will recover. |= matches a full assortment & 3
Meanwhile from last accounts the murderer wanted is till at large. -
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Hal Will Eagletou Enter, of Business Ocala, and Here.\\'. H, Elm Also a large shipment othe finest seed Field Peas |

Price and J. (.'. Oglebby, of this city,
are contemplating entering Into Hit -4
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real estate and collecting business:: :! in -d
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this city. All three ot the jouug --

qualified men are to hustlers make a big and success eminently out of IJ PRICES AS LOW AS CAN BE SECURED ANYWHERE. '

the undertaking and will no doubt

succeed.. -Tampa Tribune. Eta-- .-1..
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lose. Mr. Eaglttim from our midst but I ...

should bests he decide i>hes of to this locate paper in and Tampathe his :: PIE FOOD Everything in the way of fresh fruits for pie making 3

Lost of frieudshere will accompanyhim.

is about cleaned up and out of the market and we 3
It Saved His Lee. t
F. A. Illtu worth, of 1.a Graujie, :: TTVF CANS !
e Uu. buttered f'lf six months with & UN must look to our canned fruits that were packed lastsummer 3

frlghtlulrutwiugsureonhisitg; out p- .....

h wholly writes that cured JJucklin'o it in sire Arnica days.rape F"I E during: the 1 fruit season We present a list of summer fruits
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ulcers, wounds, hilts,its' the bw-t salve
:in 5cts.the w Sold nld.! by Cure Anti guarautt Mouoply'*ii. Dru unit: E we know you would like for pies; 3/lb cans Pie Peaches Apples, Egg

lore and Tydiugs & . druggists, m > -

w Inauguration Services., :E Plums Rhubarb Golden Pumpkin, Marrow Squash; gal cans Peaches 3
"'t' acknowledge an invitation ;>- 0-- -4E
4- SJed by the Hoard of TruMetand Grated 20 and 30/lb buckets Fruit
Faculty of llohiusj College to tile in. Apples Pineapples? Jelly, :cKcilU'llllHT

ammunition serious {William Fremont l Do- -41
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Hlhckman, 1'h.D. *s pie>idtut 0-- 44
of the colleueand we regret our inability -- 44
to attend same.These -D- -.44

interesting and impresive8rviceswill -- ''vr'J
be\ held) at the (Oollt'IIt'ttViotpr ;;: .-1-<
\ Park on Thursday, April tin [ Hay Gi.aii-iIhnii .
; second, uiuttetn hundred and threi'' __ ,
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at half past th remand at eight u'clot k. -- .....
f Theurries of a weak and Mik IlrtuirntLfr
r mother are only begun with the birth E Our Purina Mule 1 Feed Our
of her child. By day her work i b consUntantly d
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: interrupted and at night )'J i1(I OfIlia -dE
her rest i is broken by the wailing of
1 the peevish, puny iufunt. Dr. '(>'sFvl.rite P i'C 35 S
Prescription makes weak .\.dow.\'IlH'I.U\u'..'. Cotton Seed Meal QUALITYi -4
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wou-tn: strong and sick women well. -- lilsh U The Hfg&eei.! -4
It lightens all the burdens of uiatern p-- -I
sty, giving to mothers stitngth and -4
r vigor, which ,hey: impart, to their Cow Feed Etc.
Children. In over thirty years ofpnctiseJDr. .
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etatl' of nearly a score of physic- t." -4J
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mtu-rirg women. l'k01111.11 -
are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by C -. ..1
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letter free of charge.' All corros-i>utience -
isstric'ly, \ private. Addrtss nr.\\ -
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l5urgi'alllpI-lituh' tteddlng, Buffalo Bells! N. Y. E: When in town make our office your headquarters :C + C 2C ATc) -4

Mr. J. P. Brand, of Conner led
to the marriage[altar Thursday they :E Yours for more business
bl'autifulliud accomplishedMj.MayC.
Johnson,of the saniejplace.: Tie!
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ceremony was performed by Mr. Proprietors, .,
rat Randall. 1
.' The Ocala Banner euds its congratulations I .-I..I

; couple. and btbt wishes to the happy ,:? "Illlllll01111111" .." ,." 1111111111111611111111111111111111111" " ." ." " ,.." IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" " '(" "II1111S " "t "


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