The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. AXXVI, NO. :at j.;
. (1( ALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1y03.; t
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..'L ;-- r-S Sunday to visit his sisters! Tallahassee and! will not Mum borne Mrs. : to certify that on Moudij : I

. -t == and brother. He returned Moadiyafteruoon. until after the meeting the session to I of October, 1901, I purchas '"
. r- of the legislature ar I Racket :
. ,- -- r 1 -_ -- \ i Company, Ocala, ,
. ;. ::: i -- ---- and of their Tomahawk
., : ::: ::: Senator James E. Brooroe, of Mr. H. G. Dunn, of Citra, thenestor I Brand i
. : ::::: after made shore, and that I
Quincy a few days' pleasant
of the
of that
. orange growers section, The them ,
-- visit in Oeala left continuously errr s
j' yesterday afternoon wail a pleasant visitor to Ocala Tues

: \ I .IN A BOX !' for Punta Gorda. day. tike; : the upper( and sole are ;,
- k | the condition ; and itMn.j 1
. J -_ Mrs FA 1 Carmichael is enjoying a {
. j -_ -+ Mrs Mf&aiuore, after/ a short visit in they are good for three '

. I J'I :- If you want to write a ni!<>e -you can do it if you have 32-_ 'I Ocala with her son, Mr. IL W. Mess- I visit from her father and sister, Mr. Mr. : wear. This i H fuurttea 1f t
::: nife stationery You're in a box if I R. W. Wilkins and Mrs. \. B. Plain : I
you the paper and = that I have .
. more, returned to her home at Floral just : already '
J' paper is iu a nice box if it here. re-
you buy We have -
many of
mer, Anthony {
. these .0
City Monday afternoon. here f shoes, whore origi

: : \ POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. I -- - Misses Ruble---, Maggie----and Eunice family : $1AS. i. :

Mr. II. F. Borden, of Oxford, has from I. P. STEVENS !'
t Dixon, Lizzie Robertson
. : Loui aYl.lkrnau I.
/. succeeded Mr. McUully at the ]0fet- Union.Mr. Connor, Fla. ;
. 55- -1 and Isabella' Hall represented to and i;
. office and Mr. McCulIy has accepted a before me _
-- Ocklawaba in Ocala's: list o f 2. 1903. W. W. t'LYATT I_
II == |po!;itiou with the ice factory. ( ) ,
. \ !shoppers Monday. Votary
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. 1 -- Rev. W. M. Wambolt, of Jacksonville Quite a number of the young people in the L. Emerson: who
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.I '' Ir-,- --- i one of the most eminent Bap attended the dog and pony show T. W. Troxler for some

.i .' -- -.5- tilt divines in the state, was among in a party last night. They were will succeed! Mr. Howard i
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.5JIIllllilllllllllllllllllJIIIIIIIiII O ahl.'s prominent viitorIonday.! : chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. D. S.) Mr. T. B. Sutler's on fti* "

:: ? 1 '1 '1 '1,.IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhllllllllllllllllfiI' i i '1 '1 '1 l l l :\lrs.1'. D. Bryan and baby return Wood row. I son Mr.I of April. Mr. Emerson: will

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... : I I ed Sunday afternoon from a two Mrs. T. \. Wiley, who has been the I 0'jaU : : by Mr. Harry Palmer
: will
: MOTTO: THIS I'AI'EIWILL NOT Miss OertrudFereda rt.'tufllt'tlTUtBJay weeks' visit to relatives at Grove I guest of her sister, Mrs Ethel Booe at Ion will go to Orange Lute"

. FAWN AT T1II FEET OF THE :MAN WHO from a two week's visit i'/ I l'iHk.Ir.. Bryau went up Saturdayand the Montezuma for several weeks, returned four spend a month or six i

.I HAS SCDUEILYASt WITHOUT :'lImlTi relatives at Tampa.Mr. accompanied them home. toher home at Orlando 'e"tH-, They : ( which heespeet
i day.
:![r I WILL IT KICK THE :MAN WHO ISOOIXO Mr. J. J. Tillis has purchased the will I i

II DOWN IT. M. C. Dofch, who has been at Burford residence in the second ward. Mrs. Ross, of :Macon, Ga., after a I home ered stomach may cause co + j S

.! ---- = McIntosh for the pabt two weeks, visit of seven! weeks in Oeala with When the stomach !
. He is an estimable gentleman nnllwilll'ro'p perform iu ,
. 3A2A SLI2AEETH:: : lIA lUS. Local Editor I returned Fuesiay. [ valuable acquisition) to | her nephew, Mr. W. J. Chambers, I l deranged func-ion, the liver the t
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returned home .
---- --- our citizenship. Tuesday alternoon.f I (and ) '!1 congested!. i }
. Dr. mUch and )Ir. R. R flitch, of I causing num.
. HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. lllitfhton, were !shaking hands with 'f The Gentry's first exhibited here :i the mst lta! of i f '
. We understand .
j painless
a strong prevsutewill I and I
their Ocala friends Tuesday.Miw fifteen in the Marion opera I !
i years ago dreaded. importlnt ;
:. be brought to bare on ex-Judge County : \ The i
. Mr.! Kyle Wartninua, of ntra, was house and have been coming at intervals ward restore the ] :
Milton F. his friends t
Etiua Lindsay, of Dunnel-! Mabry by to j i
. In Ocala Monday. one | ever since, and continue to healthy eondaionan/f7r Ifl i
.1 ____ _____ to induce him to enter the race for J grow |
lon's popular tickler::, is the guest of heriter >O- fro i I
0 Mr. Nathau Mayo, of Summerfield, I j more and more popular and give bet- preparation ,
Mrs. (J. Wake Wells. governor. j I Mr. used than ,
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. was a visitor to the city Tuesday.Mrs. -- i iMajorFishel terand better satisfaction. Charubt'rlAin'lI :
-' I Kline and Liver ?
. G.I who has been con- Tablets.! For sate
r it. A. Alfred of Crystal River, Revs. R. A. Forrest. C. II. and I from S -Mouop ly Drug ; I
lined to his home for some time sufferiutj i' Mr. J. A. Thorn%", a prosperous Store m i
: was" shopping iu OcaU Monday.Messra. W. VanSickle, of Orange county, | I ;
from an attack of rheumatism: !' }'oung farm r of Gaiterville, was in Graham
I were visiting iu the city Monday. I is Promoted. i
Merrell <1 Wilcox
au Harry __ _n_ i is now able to beat his place of busi- Ocala Monday taking in the sights. weeks i i ;
agent here .
. for the
spent Sunday with friends in Ocala Mr. and :\I"!!. Sinclair, prominent ue.. He says that the season has been so Express
o I Company, has Un : j:
. Mr. J. W. Eltel, proprietor oftb e residents of Baltimore, are visitors to XTEDThree good salesmen and wet it has been almost impossible up chased to route _
agent. He ,
will i
: Brown House in Gainesville, is a visitor i- the city and are guests at the Ocala collectors. Apply to Singer Sewing to the present time for the farmers *o and { at Oeala.-T.mp I .f i.

. to Ocala House. Machine Co., Ocala, Fla. 363twlt begin planting their crops. amine Tribune.4 I

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TableLiaasaail'aFkins* : VansaalVal- Aa laaease purchase= of Dar ask ana I I j We Laa'.let.e >USE, CLI5IA2: asd Laaies' usli:1 Unierwear &ni T.bei I1a cna i b':cs t 'l'e lrgest -tncV:': i:1I =Ol\STS::: '
. .. .. ,,aWast SuckLiaea Towels, Crochet aai Marseffls II S">rWe? Uaier Ves.s :'ow"ere e'_elwill ; Large ..:eA, Fe..ect sa,
4 I' IV hi1s "-15S- ; a" ... .. .:. coth Fl3.:: a.ni bny Bit>:cs in O:3.a.! The i '" ,. .
aalHeaisti'jeilTapkiasaaa Table Covers BeJSpreaJsoa: sale sow at untreceetd': | you ee .ah aaas .M. of these a.-s a: fi.toys in ... .t... 11., lare: s I::ss
: to natch. low Frices. Lowest Prices I at such great valves prettiest: ani daintiest: colors for Saster. Pri aad Thospsaa's
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a foremost) Showing of Novelty and Staple Dress fabrics for Spring and Sunmer.Oca's ) -. i

a1. Largest 1 and Best Selected Line of Dress Goods Ever Exhibited in the Brick, Citv

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44 and! Summer Dry Goods, representing : The ladies all say: "Oh just go to I material for your Easter gown.

3 a multitude of new weaves as i I I. B. i \\r e keep pace with the demands of ,1

0 wide in scope and variety as they are in !,I I I Fashion.

3 finish and design is exhibition I If you want to see Pretty Goods and Goods at reasonable I;
now on I I Everything here is of the newest,

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

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::: who have been so generous in the past a OUR 4
. ; DepartmEnt Store. I just never saw so many pretty goods. GUARANTEE means that

most cordial invitation visit I i
. to us. _____ __ ______ __________ ___- j everything must be right.

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4 Hero are some of the New Colored Dress Fabrics too I : t f
-4 numerous to mention all. They are bewildering. silks."We I ur'lllllrr'IVe Thisa leek
.4 Crape do Chalons, Tsatlie Silks, Silk Organdies, Embroidered have many good things to show you in silks. Peau large line Ladies Waists ( the Knickerbocker brand) in I I

Pineapple, Fantaisie Silk, Poplinette, Silk ChamtIe Soir, Peau de Crepe, Wash Taffetta, Guaranteed Totfetta colors and white some very pretty Lace and Embroidered ;

4 4 bry and Ginghams, Tissue Etamines Persienne Raye Sole, Pongee plain and fancy in Foreign and Domestic weights effects. Styles graceful anti becoming from 75 cents to !

4 Mercerized Foulard, Mercerized Ziphyr, Embroidered Fancy Wash Silks at 40 and 50 cents per yard. See our 82.50. See our ou and tio cent ready made Waists; in whiteand

4 Matta, Snowflake and Knickerbocker Suiting, Lena, Mdras, Fancy bilks from 03 cents to SU)(). colors

4 4 Luceine Embroidered Swiss, Golf Costume. Oxford Soliel Hosiery]I! Hosiery!"! Hosiery!! !

4 in all colors, Leno Silk Tissue, Pongee Silk Ziphyr, Mercerized I Imported VoilsIn 1
Host complete line and best values in
4 Chambry, Mercerized Etamine Lorraine Mercerized several desirable shades especially adapted for Spring ladies and chil-
4U dregs fast black( ( Onnex bla{-k ) Hosiery ever shown
Brass Cloth, Oxford Damassa.: Exquisite Line i of 5, S, 1C, costumes.
Ocala AlIo"-er
including! Plain. Richelieu,
4 4 IS: | and 15 cent Colored Lawns, Bateste, Dimities Swiss, etc. Laces and Embroideries Galore. Drop Stitch in Cotton and Lisle, Black (Grounds Open, Silk Work Em-, i

Beautiful I aqd Dainty White Dress Goods. Quantities are e11or lOU If you want to see what: is see bJOidered those beautiful in Conventional goods. and Floral Designs. Come and

newest and most charming in 1W3:: Laces and Embroideriescome
An exquisite:: line of the very latest and choicest creations
of the in also and inspect our stock of Valenciennes, Cluny, Tor Many Novelties i ii) Ladies Neckwear.
season fancy weaves, immense stock
chon, Point de Paris, Galloons, Appleques I Insertings and I They are! dreams' ht>aut.tittt'11
to the
of 1 plain] sheer goods: in French I Paris:: Persian and IndiaLawns I I inspire a l1lird1 -
allovers, Escurial medallions, Cream and White Silk Laces. tion of the fair ones
Batiste Pineapple Fiber, etc. See our 40 inch India
Double Edging and Inserting. The choicest as well as theItri 0
White Lawn at 10, }"' } and r cents. })e!<\value:- for these t
inexpensive! : kinds! are here in great quantities. See our [
I1NllhTNFY[ [
Itrry t
res in Ocala. Allover Embroidered Fronts for La lesVaIsts.. I J I 1( TIJIOIJRY 1

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WHOLESALE DI FY GOODS AND NOTIONS We feel better satisfied with our stock this season than ever before. The market

The merchants have outdone themselves and so has our buyer. Remember, our facilities for
arc respectfully:: invited to visit this Department on the second floor buying arc

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

never before with Dry Goods, Novelties, Notions, etc. e ,hiy; many bargains in this

Department. ....... ... .. .. .SAMPLES PROMPTLY FORWARDED UPON REQUEST.. .. ... . .. .
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OUR BUSINESS. R. Y. Lanier Dies Suddenly. SHOWN flH EARLY BIRD. I

I TnU community was shocked to 1MOTHERI! I

IS BANKING._ l learn of the sudden death of the Marlon's Senator Says Ho] Wants to1 I

above named gentleman which occurred Do Some Log Rolling jHou. Ii j '

We carry accounts of all classes and make loans to at hIs home near the eastern i C. M. Brown of this county is ': KISS IT !

customers as they need, in proportion to the value of suburbs of the city yesterday at noon already\ iu Tallahassee and while pass- !

their business to us, and their promptness in paying.If while he was at the dinner table with I I lug tb JU;tiJacLsonvtllesu'ruittedto

you have no bank account you are losing much his family around him. an interview by a Times-Union reporter -

convenience and help. The way to get it is! to write or :Mr. Lamer Buttered from an attackof Q 11'MeJ

come to see us. pneumonia iu February, in 190, He fraukly eoiifesses::that he has No
: 1UXHOE & QiiAMBANKERS. ULISS, and never entirely recovered from its I Ieffecls. some "log rolling" to do in advance of P

I the assembling of the legislature.! I will use

OCALA. FL.OHIDA. The deceasedva> born in Bullock I The reporter quotes Marion's Sena- .
county, teorgb, about fifty rive years tor as follows: ;i 9 t) baracampli

ago, and came to Ocal about the : "I really believe that Frank Adams : Lo.

I I I LL year ISTti. I will be the nest speaker of the state ,I II

He first engaged in the mercantile i I I senate. I WHS a candidate and, in I

8 __ busimhs but it not proving congenialto
fact, I am yet if there is.>uy chance I

him he sold out and purchased. a for my election, but, to tell you frank-

i a OUR farm near tbecity and ever since which ly, I have rt'cl'h'elllctlel1'l in reply to : .

time was engaged in that industry. urine from all of the senators:, with a i

SPRING SUMMER About twenty years ago he married few excl"pLlou&nd Frank Adams: undoubtedly It Cools, Soothes and Cures all Burns Cuts, Bruiio Sprains,

i : AND Mhfei Jennie Rrauitay, a charming Insect Bites and Swellings instantly, by sweating; out the Fever
has a majority pledged to
and Inflammation. Every Mother should keep a bottle djj
woman and who madehim a devoted him. There may be a change or two PARACAMPH in the house at all times. It prevents PaiaJ

Line ofDryandDress w.fe, and by whom he had seven at the last moment or tome of the Trouble and Worry.

.1 children, five of whom aretilllh'iog, senators may not be present at the Every bottle is guaracttttl to satisfy or mooty rdw dcd.

Goods but Mrs. Lanier preceded him I I caucus. But I aai really of the ill'i11'ion BOLD ONLY IN 2So.. SOo AND $1.00 BOTTLES.

through the ''dark valley," which that Frank Adams will be the AT ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS.
BJBaanMaMfl Mpgagqfliflflftipi
sooner or later we must all explore, next speaker. He i is a good man and .
Tor sale AiKiOIonopoly, l>nigI ; Morn
Is almost complete. about four years ago. has made an excellent record as a

(I "We have the latest novelties inWhite industrious Mr. Lanier, upright was a quiet citizen, orderly and, I. president that he could of the atlard senate to let but the I honorsgo think --111i111111111111f''' ,,,,,,,,,ll1i1111111'Il111111i1h1111i111111111,,,, '''''''' '''''' '''''''1trllrnr''' nPmmLr ,,,.!-...

leaves as a legacy! to his children the round, as we say in politic I amuotgoiugearly ti

Dress Goodsthat record of a good life. just to look after this -

He was a member of the Baptist matter, but there are other thing in

would could take be too bought much in space New to York give City.you the It church of this city and his remains which I am deeply intere-te and I FINEST MILLINERY !II! I I

$ names of them, but you are cordially in- will be interrjd in the old cemeterythis which I will luok after in advance of -

vited to come and look at our stock afternoon at 4 I o'clock, Rev. L. B. the meeting of the legislature." -r r --
\Varren officiating. THAT IlDIAVAR CLAIM MOSEY. :: You are r.qll.hd tll'i w Ir.L T '1'.n.pk"-' '

Among our large and varied stock of All friends are cordially invited to I about i cei.eial opriiiiii of Pu'trru Haiti today from j j p. 'II 3r -
Mr. Brown has his ou views == The 1.1'I"t'sHe rare to find a pleaniug and twau.ifu. ::3
'. Ladies' Dress Goods, we will name the following attend the funeral and pay the last the disposition of the Indian war :: EASTER HAa'. Individuality H a fraturr ..f 3
== stIr ami .l-Iaucp. You Milt find
: tlilt idra I
Pineapple batiste, col'd . . .at I0c. yd. tad rites to the memory of our departed claim money. ClIO this question he :::: npw i! \liy and a favorite rule. From 2 p. m. Tun-l,, >. :3
fiieud until Easter for fine Pattern Hats
; Linen batiste. . . . . at liijc. yd. expressed himself as follows: -- at 3
81 Embroidered lawn, white and col'd \Z\c. :yd. The Ocala Public Library. 'In the first place every claim -

Colored maline . . . . at l Jc. yd. The above isan institution of which against that fund must he paid by the \ MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS.
Lace lawn, white and col'd . at 1 Sc.; yd. 3 iTHE
Ocala well be proud. The library first. This does not all
Striped mouseline . . . at Ibc. yd. may state money
Mercerized ducks, white. . .at 20c. yd. has all of the principal monthly and Belong to the Mate, if I look at the J-: Corner South :Magnolia street and Ft. Avenue.: : Opposite LiUiiuH ->tot, r .-:::

Imported tissue, col'd . . at 2''c. yd. weekly publications and has many matter in the right light. There are -

corded zephyrs, col'd . . at tic yd. hundred novels, histories, reference to be claims against this fund which --- -y7111UlJUJl1 -

Houtt de soire. . . . . at 25c. yd. I
books etc. They have recently and just claims. In this IliJllJltJEi1IiIl"JIjh" '
Plain silk mouselin . . . at 28c. yd. pur- are legal J j1tUU1UU'ft'J'
Dotted silk mou<;elm, . . at oOc. yd. (hawed quite a uumterof the latent ease the state is only holding Hut

and brat works of fiction with the put of this amount as a trust fund to !' ., <.,."; !!''''''''''''r'I'':" .,. .. A< -- .w, = { 'l.1 alP
If your fail to see
our White Goods! proceeds of tbe entertainment givenfor i meet three honest obligations, which

r, you will miss= the best the library at the opera house a the national government assumed NEW DRUG STORED.

of the season. few weeks since. the state. To these
through pay
I H. BROWN, M. U.. l'r"lrwtor.
Our stock of Dress goods has never beenso The membership price i is $$2.50 claims will be the tir&t duty of the I

large as it is now. and it will pay you to year; jl for three months and fitly legislature. After this has beeu done I
come and get our prices for comparison. .
cents a month. Or books can betaken the state debt should be paid.! The Is now open and ready to serve the public with Purr r r.->i.

Come now while our line is complete. out of the library hy the day at best time to pay a debt is when you I Drugsat the corner of South Magnolia street and Ft ling
In dress trimmings we can save you from avenuu We have a pretty line of HOLIDAY (KXM 's. in
the small price of two cents to it. It is not
a day as have the money meet
?5 to 5o per cent. Stationery. Toilet Articles, Perfumery. Toy Etc. whit Ii
long at the book i is kept. ouly good business principles: but it we invite shoppers to inspect before making their pun la tees

Everybody in Ocnla: should becomea is business honesty. The state is

THE BOSTON STORE. member of the library and help to paying an interest on her state debt,

keep up this worthy institution. Iii and if that interest can be done away CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPEHAUITRUCKS I Ir

Louise E. Gamsby is the librarian and with a better financial condition will _
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i does all in her power for the accommodation be brought about. My views!! are decided -

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I 11- library. Visitors to the city and all .
Board of Trade Meeting.A !
others are cordially invited to
called [meeting of the Board of druids I
to the library any afternoon duringthe Do you trrvrl? io you want a good
Trade held at the council chamberlast
: Sunday at the Methodist Church. I Little Folk's Party Monday. week. was \\Y have a lot of KCHH! trunks hat we will
night to stir up an interest in the oiler at t'J1t''jallow prices while they la-t. Ocala
The pastor, Rev. J. A. Hendry, Monday afternoon little Miss The following is a list of the books
proposal of the government to buy au A Good Metal Trunk $2.00
able U ual both Elizabeth' Divis, in honor of her sixth
: preached svriuoudas received at the library within the
eligible sight for the erection of a public A Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00 Furniture
morning and eveuinir! his morning birthday, carried about a dozen of her past ten days, viz: A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00
building leather bound bras trimmed trunks at \'f'"-
I subject being "Morality not Chris friend to the dog and pony bhow. Fortunes of Oliver Horn, by F. pUTlIlI/lal prises.
After some discussion a committee,
: tianity," and 1 his evenioi s-ubject It Is needless to say: that the children Hopkin'on Smith ; Cecelia, by Marion I Also valises sod ravelins t natc*. Company
I consisting of Messrs. R. E. Yonge, II These are all BIt UAUliAINSami we have
heiiiR "Sin and its L'o-." Mr. Hen- enjoyed themselves immensely. They Crawford A Speckled Bird Augusta
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: by other Bargains at
L. Martin, and C. L. Bittenger, was
dry U certainly a preacher full of went chaperoned by the hostess, Evans Wilson Vultures
; by
zeal and deep earnestness. Mr.J and mother, Mrs. D. W. Davis and Miss lIt.'u"yStetson Merriman; Fuel of lot appointed owners on to enthuse the subject.Reading interest. among L AT S EVI I H S OCALA FLORIDA !

Mr. C. S. Collins were announced as Myra Hiygobd. After the show the Fire
by Ellen T. Fowler; Red Ax, by -- .

received\ into the church by certifi I children went to the home of Miss S. It Crockett; The Right Princess, club. ::-
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sate fom. McTyeire Memorial Methodist Elizabeth, where the remainder of the by Clara Louise Burnham ; The Battleground Tuesday afternoon the reading

church, Jacksonville. afternoon was most! happily spent in by Ellen Glasgow; Lady club met with Miss Meta Jewett. The The Club House

The Kpwortb League in the afternoon telling stories and in playing various Rose's Daughter, by Mrs. Humphrey afternoon was devoted to the study of ,

was led by J. P. Phillip, the games. During the afternoon ice WardLittl; Journeys into the World, Lord Tennyson and to the discuvioo:
of events. A most interesting -
sup jest being "Robert Molfkt," the cream, cake, candies and other by C. D. Warner; Castle Craneycrow, current

great tuh ionary. At the close of the sweets were enjoyed. by H. MeCutcheon paper on "The Holy Grail" was
; Way of Escape,
I read by :Mrs. J. J. Gerig which was a Ocala
devoti nal service a business meetingwas Little Miss Davis' party was a by Graham Travers: L'alvert of ytrat- florida.

held. The following were receive happy idea and her indebted splendid one and very much enjoyed.
guests are ton, by Carter Uoodloe; The Pit and
e.l as members into the League: to her for a most delightful The Frank The meeting next week will be I
Octopus I, by Norris; The t
Walter Briggs by vows, Miss JhouuieGattis I time. She: proved herself a very Spenders H. with Mrs. G. S. Scott and Tennysonwill
by L. Wilson ; The
by certificate from another happy little hostess and made her Captain, by F. Williams; Margaret again be studied. Mrs. Tbos. J. Banes, Prop.

League, and Mia.;es Ilhoda LKUlou, sixth birthday a memorable one. Circuit Court.L. .
Bowlby, by E. L. Vincent ; Highway -
Black and James Freeman,
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Florence Iluruelt Frankie Cole and
of Fate, by Rosa: X. Carey The Master
An Approaching Marriage.A ; convicted of seining in Lake Weir in 51CO.515".st51co".5''s>;;. .'''sS.S-'S5''''SSS
Edith liu-helder transfer from the
by I. of Appleby, by F. Lynder Glen. violation (-f the laws of the state, were
Junior Leaiue.; The following oflieers special from Mt. Sterling Ky. an- School denied trial andH.re senten- I
R a new
nounces the engagement of Miss Emily garry Days, by lph Connor;
were elected to fill'Scaucit'iI: First 1'eccavi ced, the former i J1UO and cost and the
Katharine Turner to Mr. J. Oldham by Hoeruiug and The I'ourFed.thl'r
vice president, Dr. A. L. Izlar; secretary latter $.ioand cost or sixty days in the
: by A. E. W. Mason.
I celebratedat
Miss Lottie Kingtuau. county jail.
A Former The court has adjourned until next
Ocahan Married.Col. .
nesday April 9 Both are popular
World Wide Reputrtion. leaders of society. Mr. Greene is a;;",is-: Winfield bcott:: Pro,.key was Wednesday fcl 10 o'clock when the

Whue's Cream Vermifuge has achieved taut cashier of the Trader's National married to Miss Elisabeth Gertrude case of Will__Jacobs_ h_is!_set for_ letrial.

= world wide reputation as bet Hank, and Miss Turner is I Iron
one of the Faulhaber at the home of the bride inXew A Great Sensation. Scrap
ing the best of all worm destroyers, ,
prettiest and most
charming girls in York There was a big sensation in Lees-
and for its tonic influence on weak city on Wednesday the
the state.-Lousville lK '.) Post. ville, Ind..when W. H. Brown of that
and unthrifty children, as it llth of March.
MiasTurner m company with her place, who was expected to die, had petals Rails '
neutralizes the acidity or sourness of Col. tj ,
Proskey formerly resided in this
New Discovery
thestot their mothers-pent two winters Ucah a his life saved by Dr. King's -
achlmproves digestion
city and was on Governor:: Bloxham's for Consumption He writes:
and Humiliation of food, strengthenstheir uumberQf years ago and while ben ETC. ETC. ETC.
staff and was conspicuous during the "I endured insuperable agonies from mJ
nervous system and restores was with :Mrs. A. B. Brumby. She
Asthma, but New Discoverygave
them to the health, vigor and has a number of friends Spanish-American and alter that your cash I
to whom me immediate relief and soon !Highest price paid for same
elasticity of spirits natural to child- event did the state valuable service in "
the announcement of her engagementwill thererfter effected a complete cure.
hood. 25c at the AntiMonopolyDrug naval and
i military affairs.Since .
be of pleasurable interest.It Similar cures of Consumption, Pneumonia
Store. 11 _
m going to New York he has Bronchitis andGrip: are numerous. ADDRESS

is announced from Washingtonthat been successful in several inventionsand It's the peerless remedy for
Mr. M. W. Ulmer, of Conant, a the patent office> has SABEL BROS.
granted a patents and has made himself all throat and lung troubles. Price ,
subscriber of this paper and well patent to Mr. C. J. Huber
known in Ocala, has just closed a deal this city, now a resident,of formerly of famous. SOc, and 11.00. Guaranteed by the I Jacksonville I IS
Tampa, His friends here extend to him Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Tyd- Florida.
21,72: acres land in DeSoto for an improved discount i
card to be their warmest
congratulations and
the cash lugs & Co. druggists. Taial bottles
county, prlca being 10000. used in
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: MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL !\OT'' Saturday's Daily HOO HOO. A Quick Murder Trial, ---NW; 1

FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE MAN WHO SENATOR BROOME. -- A murder trial was quickly disposed 1il

t r HA9SCDUENLY AND WITHOUT MERITREACIr1nTIET01'OFTHEHILL Gar.catenation of the Order in Oeala. Monday in lilt circuit court.A When You Buy of Us You Get Full Value For Your Money

I ; NOR We enjoyed a very pleasant: visit This organization, which has afford jury was emp-ineled I, witnesses l : Ii f
yesterday from the above named distinguished : ed H) uiuch mirth among the lumbermen ex-mined, speeches of the opposing
We Are Specialists
, .- --- gentleman. of the 'state, hid its first convention counsel delivered, the charge of lUe

SASA ELISASSTH:: BAUIS. Local Siltr: Senator Broome has bad the honor in this city at the Masonic HallSdur.lliv court given, and the verdict of the F

of representingadsdeu; county in the I I ------ lN THE __ __ _- t
"... uiht. jury rendered beginning about !9

fI legislature continuously for twelve Mr.I J.:P. Lynch: who is the !'crivi-I o'clock a. m., andendingahouttip.nt.
years and made a reputation that i is nator of the oraanizitiou, presided.! The cas may serve as a pointer for AND ,
coextensive with the stale. No man Twelve applicants who desired to some of those tedious and expensive
Mrs. William Lowry, of Floral City, 1 Ui'vIBRELLfLINES
). iu Florida I Is truer to his conviction walk, in the light of the Hoo Hoo I Ii New York courts. z
is visiting her sister, Mrs.<< Ivey in this
or exhibits! more courage iu expressing i laud petitioned for membership! in the I Another pointer.

city. them under every and all circumstances. caucateuatiou and the Biographical The men on trial were negroes and and can show the best goods in 1
Mr. W. T. Wheeler returned Friday you 1 1u
I Degree of the Playful Kitten. There j!: the jury was composed of all while

afternoon from a business trip to I Up to the time of the civil war he ". I I the city.
was fUll "to beat the band. j j I men an 1 the verdict was "nut guilty" ,
Alarliua! county.Mr. was citizen of this and still I I'I
a county The initiation proceedings/\ began at as to both men. o. 0. ..

I has a host of friends here. 9:0 the (Hock the initiation fee I I The that of the State of I II
John \\ Martin, of Isabel || ease was

l ; Brothers, of Jacksonville, is again a Senator Broome left here for New being :199 and the dues 9'' cents a IY" | Florida vs. Jim Heller and Arthur l AV. J. CHAMBERS.SHOE CO. ,

I t visitor to the city. York iu ISGi and became a commer- j j Hope charged with killing John Graham ''i Ocala, Flu da. t

--- -- cial traveler and i is still In the name: Among those who became Plajful'' at a church festival some time > ,

Mr. Eugene Cox arrived in Ocala Hue of business. Kittens were the following: N. W. I I in February la. t. t tv

yesterday from Philadelphia much to He is now traveling for his house Harinou, It. S. Hall, B. S. Andersonand I I. The jury was out only for a few i .. .
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the delight of his many friends. but is incidentally casting an anchor I J1.. Mellert, of Ocala, B. K. minutes and returned with a verdict'j I

Mr. 0co Zeuadaki came down Friday \\in\hurd in anticipation of his I. Thrower, Jr., of Gainesville, W. B. of"tot guilty." I II The Oeala Seed Store,

I afternoon froIU Gainesville and candidacy for Secretary of State, and "'. I). Jarrtll, of Sparr; I. C.

will remain until Sunday afternoon.Mrs. which will be before, the primariessome Bell and J. H. Hotttll, of York ; and I The present season has been a

time next year. He say that Mr. Reed, of Moutbrook. I highly successful: one at the Ooala Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
IIou..- and Mr. Edwards deserves the
E. Thagard aud children
he i is meeting with pronounced HUC- After walkir.g throuh the light of
I he has received be glad to serve its customers in any way possibleIf'
went up to Kt-ddick Friday afternoon 'tancl unless the compliments on every
( unexpected' happens the Boo 11\10 in41 and seeing all to '

to visit relatives! for a short his majority will be most be seen there the Boo Hoo adjourned side both from tourist and citizen. we don't carry in our line what you want sendto

\\hilt'. --.-- .. tlatterim to a substantial banquet at the The Ocala House is unquestionably a us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no
Mrs: Carl Van Deman has returnedto The Senator will be in Ocala today Ocala House, at which covers were great institution for our city and attracts matter what it may be. ,

her home at Jacksonville, after a and tomorrow. laid for fifty. tIlt'.lI'eoplt', come of whom
visit with her mother Mrs. Waldo at Mr.I W. Wheeler, i.f this city, acted have: become iutt-n-sted financially in I Ii I
Boys Play Ball. I BAXTER CARN
our development. Sir. Edwards has ,
Orange Lake. ns tnasterof t-erenvinies and eloquence i
The school boys had exciting
--- -- .. an and good cheer lasted: for not only udvertNert his hou e wisely; -- .. ---- -. -...... .. -- --
'\. :Mr. M.E. Robinson went to Havan- game of 1,1I188t Friday afternoon. i
and well, but he has at the same timeadvertised
several hours.It ww.ivwvwwwA
nab last Friday for a few days' buiness i- The game was between the Va'.more! the town. r4wvw
was an occasion that will be '
trip. He was accompanied by Izlar and Ham Mathews teams.
memorable amid tho:.e who participated -
his con, Julien. The following is the line-up of the Mr. Jim Brown and family yesterday HEAVY REWARD '
: are anxious for its recurrence. i
two teams!:, viz: moved Into the Btirford house on
Will Jacobs, tried for criminal Its t'ucceos was largely due to the I
THE 12LAR.SHood South; Fourth !!street and Mr. GeorgeF.
atault upon Rosa Lee, a small colored Tipton, Valmore Mar, Her- etlortsof Mr. Wheeler, who is an enthusiastic } Williams! acd family moved into In ease to mind and pocketbook v-'Iil; 1 be reaped, by the

child, was convicted and must sulFer ron Todd, Tom Barnes, Lawtown HOO HoO. person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
the cottage on Orange avenue andSouth

the extreme penalty of the law. Bailey, Phil Robinson, Marion Pelot, Picnic---Saturday.- Fifth street, which he recently county before investing. his money therein

Mrs. E. C. McLeod, of Kendrick, Otto Lohrig, Sam Barco. The following party went out to Sil- purchased. I : DO XOT WAIT until you and your money are

Las returned from a visit to her THE MATHKWS ver ?.ringaSaturday morning for AD I parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us.
!'jamIalhe\\s. Carlisle Izlar, Sam I Mr. E. !'. Foote, of Richmond, \' a.,
mother, Mrs. N. E. Carter at Lake all day picnic, viz: Mr. and Mrs. D. -*'Xo use of locking the stable after the horse is
Willie Bullock is at the Ocala: House. Mr. Foote N
Pyles, Roy Galloway, ,
City. I? Hannah, Mr. and Mr*. Mallory "
We will also be pleased to look after
I interested hard manfac- gone.: your
Clirenceswad>ki, C. Chazell, Ray iu the won:
a Mrs. Hlist and little son and Miss Liddou, Mrs. C. A. Liddon, Pisses
mond Bullock. I, turing business and has recently I taxes for you.
Rutherford returned to Alabama Friday Liddon, Mi>-Valeta Potter and Mrs. I
The score btood 1C to 11 in favor of erected a new mill near nrook vilil'. WRITE US. -
Daw and children- drove to
afternoon after a pleasant visit :00" party
the Ldars. i
in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I the Springs; in the bus aud the morning Mr. Charles Harris, a popuhr young i t
It hot and the Marion Abstract
was a gtime vanquished County Company
Carlisle. took their defeat gracefully. was !pleasantly devoted<
on the Springs and at noon a picnic<
, The younger society fret gave: a Fled Mfrlfrrt waworfr. lunch wag eaten. headquarters at Gainesville was: a I OCALA, LO (!DA. S
visitor Ocala! last Friday and a guestat >
dance at the Armory Friday night. ,
Dancing vas continued until the mid. Setting Out Pecans. The morning was a must delightful the Oeala l1ouJ ..NVANAAA ,;)

one lint the afternoon was marrad by ----- --- -
Mr. J. L. Waller who is here
night hour and the allair wa'" a very ______ n_ __ _
I P.ros. ofIU.'OD excessive rain. The party returned Miss J Etta: Chace! who has: been spending \
.f ; representing' Bjtey ,
i pleasant on.-
-- -- 1 1 Ga.. has returned from L'l.ktWeir I to town about dark. the past two lAud a half months in I A. E. L01Esrr

Mrs I C. A. Hamrick, who has been |I and reports that )It' has sold and setout i Ocala, the guest of the family of her ,
One of the Daughter Churches. ,
the guest of her !sister, Mr?. Morgan l I II for Mr. E. ehleilzer four acres of I brother Dr. J. E. Clince, expects: to
I I The R-v. 11. W. Little nod I>. ri.W I I II
C. Lvoney for the past teu dye returned -: Reran tree; C. W. Willard two acre; I I return to her borne at Starke. |! HARV1AFBash Ell
I (xxirow visited the IUISMOU at Paua-
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jfbterdfiy to her home at tie '. L. W. A.I
; ; WhippU, one acre;
Mr. Robert Thagard of Ocala, is now
s sofkee, one of th daughter! churchesof : |
t JacksonvilleMrs. Alleu, one acre and W. N. Wilson, a I i
Grace, Oeala, ou Sunday afternoon located here, having employment! i!

A. B. Hopkins, of Orange Lake half acre. J I and conducted services there. In .vith the Duuuellou Phosphate Company i and ':' .' : Farming

left last; Thursday for Augusta, Georgia Mr. Fred Hormngton, special agentof spite of the rein there wa a large as carpt'l1cr.-Danndlnn! Advo I Doors J'a p./ Tools. ,

to gee a friend of ben consecrated.She the United States, Land Office has congregation and considerable improvements cate. :
It3 Ready 1'.1ixedI!

will be absent six weeks and. been in Ocala several days investigating are being made by the Mr. 8. P. Shepard, of Winter Part, I # Paints i Etc. # '

probably longer. chiiras which the state has acquired people in the building.The who the Wilson & r
---- .---- I represents big [ __. __ .__ 1
I from the United: States ,
under Rector is
establishing a Sunday
Miss Nan Williams arrived Thursday Toomer Fertilizer Company of Jack- |

fioni New York. Her father. the swamp and ovetlowact of Con- School and various branches of sonville is at the Moutezuma. ', N W )v.r.V'l ii v .

gress. Home of these claims are to be church work in Sumter county. I
Judge D. S. William- went to
up paid fn cash and some in lands and Mr. F. T. 'f'arver, Djnuellon, died II I i
Jacksonville to meet her and accompanied Children's Coughs and Colds. l miiiL L mi m.
Mr. Horsington is making a personal suddenly Friday and his remains were i
her home from there. Mm. Joe Mcttrath, ;3-7 E. 1st St. !
shipped to his old home iu North
__ u_ __ inspection of the lauds and later on
Hutchin, Kau., writes: "I have i I
Mrs. S. R. Bird..ey, Jr. and daughter will make bill report to the Carolina yesterday.Jacksonville i
given Bollard's: Horehoaud Syrup to ---- -- .- __ | [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.] i
of M-ieon, Ga., Mho have been ment. my children for coughs and colds for I was represented at the '!
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lndiug the winter in Ocala, theguests the past! four and find it the
j Saturday the family of CapL T. H. i Montezuma last: night by. Messes 1j W. j| ,
best medicine I ever used." Unlike
of Mra. Bird.-ey'a
1 parents, Bridges, who is connected with tha cough it contains R. Arnow J. A. Rhodes and T. 1' i r
(ieneral and )lr9. Robert Bullock, will many syrups no
j state convict poor farm, came downto opium, but will soothe and heal any Wei.er.Mr. -. I E Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
return home I last .
Friday.Mr. Ocala from Gainesville and will re- disease of the throat or lungs quicker W. B. Wilson, the prominent : Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care. J
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than other remedy. 2oc. 5tc.) and Bought and Sold.
side here in the future. any Exchange
li. F. Saston, of New York, lumber and mill man of Chulel'tou, I j
----- -- -- 51.OOat Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m 1
who has an orange grove and winter 'apt. Alien Gibson, of the Ocklawa. -. S. C.:, is at the Ocala House! for a fewdays. j INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS

lolll@at down the Mr. A. 0. White of Citra I ,
Lake Weir went ha river steamers, and Mr. W. 1*. was in .

Silver Springs run as far as Palatka Moorman, one of the pioneers of the the city Saturday and left us under -- -- -- I AAAAf J
Mrs. Allen Rodgers and baby went i iI
and returned yesterday and is in Ooklawaha region, were in Ocala obligations; for a nice lot of beet,. He I
down to Inverness Friday afternoon 1 1IT

eostacies over the> trip. He returned Friday. _. __ bays he had an acre but that the rats for a enort viU. ._____ ____ ____
to Lake R'eir on the afternoon train. must have eaten fully half of them
The Stetson scandal) has finally
while they were yet fn the ground.Mr. lIon. W. I.. Palmer and Mr. J.
JJDpt. II. A. Ford, of the Atlantic wound up in an editor getting licked. 11'1 IS NOT PRICE, BUT QUALITY
I White says that some of the Moody, of Orlando, are among
(\,,,pt Line, pa.-ced through Ocala The poor editor generally gets the
groves around Citra are indeed doing visitors to Ocala to-day i That The
Friday afternoon from Gainesvilleon worst of things and gets it bad. _
nicely and the crop this year will be Makes IDEAL FERTILIZERS CheapestOf
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his way to Tampa. He was accompanied Mrs. :MesMiiore( of Floral City, is many times larger than last year. King of the Hoo Hoo.

by liia daughter, Miss Inez visiting her ou and daughter Mr. and ----. ---- A big black cat, bearing the above

Ford! and Misses Lois Haile, Bessie I Mrs. Ik. W. Jiefesmore.Airs. Miss; Ethel Fretwell, an attractive named label, occupied a conspicious

\ II.ill" and Helen McArthur, all of --- young lady of Savannah, Ga., will arrive place in the rotunda: of the Oeala any fertilizer sold in the :stateThey:; arc made for I'
Thomas Wallis and baby have .
il&int".Yllle. in the city in a day or two from House Saturday. Florida crops. Prices and Circulars on request. ji
returned from a short vi-it to relativesat t
St. Augustine and will be the guest of t L' __ .
Mrs. Evans and her daughter MUs:: Fernandina. Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Mrs:: M. E. Robinson for several> : I INVITE CCUlhoPOXDEXCE-
Emily: Evaud, of Moutrfca.1, Canada, -- Notice is hereby given that the
Mr. J. I. Beall, of the Dodson weeks.:
heretofore I IJlaullfu.tllrer"
who have been spending the .winter co-partuer-hip existing :
Printers' Supply Company, of Atlanta, between J.L Liddell and E. E
in Ocala at Mr*. (J. .L. Gawsb ,7s on b in the city.Richard Mrs. S. R. Birdsey, jr., and daughterwent Bogart under the firm name of Liddell i i & TOOMER, FERTILIZER COMPANY -
and Bogart has been dissolved
: by
South tfecoud street left Wed- to White Springs :Saturday:: to

i Be-wlny for Atlantic City, ,N. J., where Wallace has returned to visit lrs'BirdseJ's brother, Mr. Bur be mutual continued consent.by J. M.The Liddell business and will son. : of Ideal Fertilizers and Special Crop Formula I

they- will spend several weeks before Gainesville after a business visit ,to ton Bullock, before returning to their J. M. LIDDELL, JACKSO.VVlLLi FLOKIDA.
ielurninghome. *"t' this city. : x -.- home at Macont Ga. Santos, March 19, 1m OCALA SEED STORE A ENTS. !

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KIDNEY'{ CURE 'j'i Mrs.Ca''td Griffin Before and Her t Court Brother Monday.Will Be I J Jj ; RUSH OF WATERS\ 1i e Old St&uckx']. .. ( { 1

r. T sere is DO disease so insinuating I j I E:oon. Ga, March 30 -Tie pre- !i I r "' '

*n slow but sure, as kidney-- i :!inar: > tra: of Mrs. Lizzie Grin i j j&r GrOVe $ :, .: 'keReSS Chill Tonic

ea? orso vvide-gpreud. TLesyniptoui i : ...: ,.IJer.: Sam Knowe! book- !i; Great Gaps Cut In Mississippi .
are *> slight as to generally been !
I ryesterday; has postpone j

escai'The, INti.drat:r.indications appear ID u-.'. '.! :sdar morning at the request |} Levees. :::1 i has stood t> .:; ,. ?*? ar o Average annual sales i

o: at: jrneyfor the state: tie: rec ,

I quantity the urine,may\fih"ui I* inerea.ed eflects.or'Hie dfcreav ,;r stt; leing: Eased upon tie statement TOWNS AND COUNTRY FLOODED. :\ over One GL ZJ ,1 :' f : : 1 botties. Does this record

it i is to be hiphly! teat: parties essential to a fur dis- J '
; likely 'l'\I- i I '
or tiiin, or thick and milky w ith a I lay ,
sediment. Later I to Closing cf 5reaksMean..hiicRiver !. Enclosed wi .h ..:. ,- o: GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER PILLS
on more
jronouiiCd Warrants charging! Mrs. Griffin and .
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symptoms jourc Kron-.es with the murdff of I Ii Spreading: Over Vast Terri r

such :as dizzint>><. J- : Gr.fSs have been sworn out by .
r.rt-M-nt'l try-Lcss Of Life Denied\ i --- -- -- ----- ---- -
J with markKi bbddt! and .
a .- :r.;r of the dead man and upon
dlil.rlets.F I I I A Bold Deliverance.ooiit .
the Greenville, )!:s&. March :Co.; -Ttt: j! Ilttcoatattal. 1 1I
)i"o .a< Tracts mater U tolf'tt'd! :: q. rants accused parties: 1I I
be tit b >)1 fpi-.n tl.! pride of "Lr. sTe wl ;r.-ld: until the case can be in. tot rent continues to pour through itt ; The fo; ; i, JI.-( like Judge I GIS H '
tern aoi c.ne.1 ta tfc kdtc" YoL nIt Hacker&SI'
i' *Di'a0 and -: Oct ?LrrC2t '!h!I ve-"is.ied. trevatscs at LaGrange, 5 miles south !i Wall 'r,2.BIGGS. l'
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aria*. Tne SiJaeys de.. wrn itel.i" lonlv. fearful the I
... M.-: = Gr.ffln! and Sam Knowles have 01 this city, at a rate am .
ii->nvii5 'rc.t.::*: t; t ti.irefro -
-n. Hi-n..e if t:,. l-ii-od Iii load the er--. an emphatic denial of guilt. surrounding country for miles :s standing I "If ih- ie"i r "f rolfe county nod ATTORXEY-AT.LAW.

It! r'rys ire. n->t a r.'; overworked.ttfref Daaaieriel. N....:-"..-: of the prisoners has been in from 2 to 5 feet of waer. thU circuit *..:.t a judge to decide!' (Office in Gary-Agoe Block.)
How neos>Fary is it. -
I 1 of f--> '.'lit tb! p punty :,n 1 Titality; of the conn. -c.! to jail and both are still The breech has widened over night PI.ORIDA.CA&LOS ,
: qu>linct Dot ao uniiug to law, then i
bnolsaodLCbetoatntaiued: It/oIlen 0)'F: ,>nroom in the hotel the and is now about 4vo yards w.de. The -- ---- --- -
f' way the gntit bum< j.ur.Cer and I i
': 'r' ttrntt ener-Dr. Hart"r'li Iron Tonic :*ar.wh"i; : they were assigned wildest excitement prevailed here last I will getelt'thr bench. I will decide L. SISTRCNK, IATTORN .

111 Itllu 4 been:y jse.ases! Sl1tTUifolly ant ID rrettztir.g..Mal In trt-Iotne Fame. wharrstet'. night and reports of loss of life were all qu.t>tions that come l ff re me Ey.At-tAW. r '

I In pufifrinjtna Moot; : tee kidneys Are f'::.> .i:: : might: they are being guarded received from the Tuxedo and Race ;
f great.rrtr.ieved, vuue. at tte according to the law Juvt'mlDg the Room i. Ma jnic Buildto;. Ocala, PU. 5 i* I
anI"It&111" z eeg en -' ; :t-paty sheiffs designated by tract additions but this morning n: .
t these new reuti organs Tte following letter tells I i. R-h: T--r-.l::, sheriff of Putnam coun confirmation of these rumors are at caseii* !. unflrr..IoI..1 l i il. if it makes ----- --

a very oU story: ty. a: : it is only! through his pennisi. i liana and it is believed that al: per I Ii every nan, WKIUHU cud .child iu the ,I JJDWIX SPEN.:ItR.I ._
( PIXE KNOT Kr, June 23, IKS.Tkt sir ir..f !- allowed these localities had suf
: to ]
any one convrr. i sons living in i I
F i. circuit m" Dr. Hi'ttr J/rJumc Co., Layton, O I ,
."- with: either: X.i. Grim! or her ficient warning to escape. j .
; GENTUEMES: : I had a severe cue of OCALA. 7-5-, FtORllM.D .
V :.-, The loss to live stock, however, w.! -- .,
ttkicb lift j
typaoiil> fever sis year* ago,
my SiJaeji in bai: crier. I have tried Tr.r :attorneys; for the defendants be enormous as hundreds of hoseo; ,; .(. -..
t" a cumoer: of remedies and: taken treatment havr not only! so requested but have mules: cows and hogs were swe; : D FULLER
from doctors. bat Dr. Harter's Iron instructed their clients not to eon. away. -j." MANTFAt, i i.Fi, FHoor.
,. Dl-NTIsT.
Tam has done me more good ttan yi':,., :. J:. the; subject with anyone.S This morning the water subir.-.:- ? 1-: ... Sa..li. ItliiuU.
Flit. -rrtunce&c .ar::':;.! Bank. .
everythngeise. ::, ff T-rrrll has put in the day go- the entire southern pan of th-!: ;- inn HuililinMalerlal.
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Mercbtat and Mine Oper&uir. ins: nyrr the evidence acquired by him Protection levees are rapidl '.. .. :

There are thou.;; mds, cf just such fir th. state;; any in strengthening built in the middle! of Wash.: : -' J ': 711JMI >NrHVsICI'.N_ Window a-t P'anv f ilaeet ;
? ca-s as the above that are treated th- i,,> will!! to make '. upRESst -
< a.- attempt out street, and a large force of ," ; : AND ;,l'aGEO i A Specialty- 11
without results, because thty are a-ait-: '.. .. P loala.s :
: two prisoners.P .volunteers have the work .r. : : .i-e 'e: Tra-p : i-. wroI:!:!;iy tr :itt=J. Sir. Cordtll'sconditioaresulteil :: :.i rh! 'ay he has secured, The portion of the town ha "_. ...'" rLA Purchase our make, which we
from exhaustin
1 an ::ni;; : ; *'" :n the evidence which he escaped the enoroa: '.::.- r t::: : Guarantee Superior to any J
? fever: the kidneys, as well as .
the ret of the :y-tHii, had l.-fD < ;.- :- :..".; v; :".; fasten the crime upon but the water :> i i.? r._ li.::. .. 1, I r .- .., '. --. Sold ScaTli.uii': & s Thrrt4v -

4 wi.red by disesNo wonder Pr. :!:E' ; !' :;:.ri! the worst is ff-a:>- : .- r.._. f Save: t1} 'lire'. 1

Harttr's iron Tonic |.rlJrurt wurt-d. two electric! }light! : ...' x-- D: T-7 :
bec-.lllS e it purified and l enriched the I WAY BURN NEGRO. the southern par .-.: w- r.tne KLA. G:cr tad Wt'N:":' ti'.r. Ii1yWat ( 6660stiff. i

blood, and such blood carried new i :ged. and bere : ; ______ j J

strength and vitality! directly to the j Burly Elack Assaults Girl In West 11 as left !in total: iar T Will Ocala Be In Its ::r.:: s. : j.
kidneys, and all! the
to organs. iJ&
Virginia. a serious: dama a\: .i i. arr .
FOB: SALE EVEEYWHEEE. A :in1tle Fi..riiia '8,.<,t'li.ll league, _
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: W. Va.. March ( -Har- danger the next fYn'h: : .,
.. H Yams':::: a burly negro, yesterday from the crevasse WJH now :is- r 12 QtS HutJrar'iu:! clul- from Lake' City.
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-- a.=aited;; Mary Jones the 12-year- !ake and Black bayou. Bogue Maiii.inu. Montircllo, Tallahaaeee and --

oh daughter of a respectable white the Sunflower river and tr.- IE.T. ALLEN M.D.;!
$9 9CHflS. Jil will probably! be organized.:
GREEVILLE IS SUBMERGED, miner and left her for dead on the Creek. It will overflow the ar- '- _'!"'J II y

mountain between Pocahontas Va.. part of Washington and Sha-key .:. _1 j"iut-l'\'iII" will pr.,bahly reorgan-j I OCILIST and ALR1ST.
Only Six Sleeks cf Mississippi City and Cooper, W. Va. After regaining
ties and will suer I "
entirely -
t :: -- ize the fatuous "Oak full.. anl th&t'
Now Above Water. consciousness the child managed to quenna county. with small : anioo o; I M :.'-'- .z. .::. ....'. xao. b.. ory

Xew Orleans, )l3.rc.1.A specialto reach her home, where she told what Yazoo and Warren. :)1; a'I.1 ;;d 19 W. Ilay rt.' towu is moving for the organization of .-.... ., :.
The States from Greenville, Miss., hat happened.The News and j
Many of the streams !Int.which i it a tate league.-Palatka IM.
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says: = .
story spread quickly and several finds its way are already swollen! and Jacksonville, fla. Advertiser. j
x At 11 o'clock today only about sisclocks posses went in search for Williams.He full from back water and rains. The! ,

of the city axe above water. was located near Pocahontas and Yazoo river, -
which is
the final outletfor -- -- --- ---
AD night long the police force with taken to Bramwell where he was this water, is already backing Hi;

.1,: ; rescuing parties were at work bringing lodged in 111. The jail is being heavily stream and overflowing the lower por
people from' the flooded district. guarded, but information from I
llocs of Isaquenna and Sharkey lUll
may houses being under water to a Bramwell points to a lynching, ana ties and as the flood is thus cut o3 FACTS rREOT FUTILE
t depth of several feet.
probably a burning. Williams' victim from its natural outlet it will necessarily
From tie great plantations about will die.ONLY .
accumulate back
and in theupper
tie crevasse at LaGrazje comes re country. The river up is fallingby 7>/r/V///y<* irjtcn t/tct/ lead to tin' xaciiHJ of? dljll"(8 ill !/ijPif11ocl'i 1
ports of bean rending scenes. FINE FOR BENSON.
reason of the crevasse and the forceof

Boats have been sent and negroes the current in considerably lessened -t. .Se u:1iot / have to and be cww'nctd.
:bare been taken from the roofs: of Judy Returned Verdict cf Involuntary <: o.YOll f lly
on the Arkansas aide, whertEevera.l J
their cabin;. Hundreds of negroes Manslaughter
Cummicg. Ga., March 30.-Forsyth weak places in the levee had 'I
have been broagat:: : to Greenville: for been -
their safety while the town is filledTfita !! superior court is in session here this reported.Sitaticn

cattle and stock taken from: the week Judge Gober presiding. The
case of young Frazk Benson plantations:s morning surrounding conies Greenville.T news of a with tie murder of Leonard Strick New Orleans, March 30.-The river I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-date line of j

threatened break in the g'eat leveeat : land was taken up Wednesday morning has fallen here another tenth of a

Catfish Point, borne 30 miles northof and: concluded Thursday afternoonat foot, undoubtedly the result of the Goods and Groceries
= Grtenvlle. and should the break 2 o'clock. break at Hyrcelia. Dry

a. occur Greenville will receive a deluge. The Jury retired to make verdict The early morning gauge was 20.1

Men and material! have been hurried and after deliberating about nine feet The news' from Hymelia continues which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties, at the
to the scene anl hope is entertained: hours returned a verdict of nians'.aughtr. I to be favorable though he wor; f

; that the levee will: be saved. Judge Gober imposed a fine of of crib building:: was somewhat retard- most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the day is

The situation is serious. Tie $50fi, which was paid. foot today by the failure! of additional

here are in deep gloom. Business: people COOPER HAS BEEN ACQUITTED.Found npplles of lumber to a.n1'eThf here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you

Je at a standstill. Both electric light: crevasse Is widening very slowly! andis this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will
still quite :200:
plants are surrounded by water-many Not of South cot feet Six tc
Guilty Robbing
Industries: securing their! power from ern Depot eight! plantations are already more or supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATIt'NS SHOES,

tie electric !Hgit! pants: are still.! less under water. Water has invaded .
i McRae. Ga., March 3'1.Thetria.' the town of Lucy some rtJatanc HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The prices shall be
of R. B. Cooper who was charged with
away. Traffic on the Texas and Pa-
GUATEMALA IN BAD WAY complicity with Enest Crawford, a city: has been interrupted the tra<-tat :? made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See us-
negro, who has confessed to stealing
Years Will Be Recover' some points being submerged.
Required to tie goods from the Southern depot
From Volcanic Eruption. Those in charge of the work of the
here about two weeks ago. has just
San Juan March 30.-Louis HirscS.tl closed and Cooper is acquitted. crevasse continue to be optimistic as
this city whose coffee: plantation: : to the chances of closing! It. The

in Guatemala was destroyed br tV- Cuban heavy rain and hall storn during the
Big Grant For Hotel
recent eruption of the Santa Maria: night was too brief to do any dam.age .
New York. March 30.-The cabinet ,
Yoicono! has to the work
Just returned from ar. at
a special session has. according tc
Inspection of tie devastated Districts The rest of the Louisiana! line continues PJ-
a Havana dispatch to The Tribune I
He to holt. There is a hard fight
says that the accounts of the decided to give Sir William Van Horn
roicg! on at Hope levee, but it Is
cost to Guatemala by Santa Maria a 50-year grant of valuable government hoped I
were not tiaggerateJ. and It will takea buildings! at Puerto Pincl.fot to cold: it. Hop ia on the east bank

couple of years and perhaps longer hotel purposes. of the river IB the Pootchartrais district -

: for tie co29 industry to recover;

from tie blow. TWO MEN DEAD.
"This year's crop will be pretty Special River Bulletin/

fiir! he addej. Washington March 3').The weithr -
although: much of the Found Struggling In River, and Neither
coffee is damaged, some of it badly.: Lives to Tell the Tale. bureau ha Issued tat following! J

Next year's crop will be poor. Sew Haven, Conn., March 30.-Ju.Morphy ijvecia.1 l visor bulletin: : ,
"The laborers released from tie The MlMiMispi: river la falling.!
a tugboat captain, was 4::.. -
ruined Flncas would hare done much covered struggling with an unknown above Helena! and is about oa a \ .

to save tie situation, but unfortunately asa In tie! East river yesterday. lye iatd below The cr 'ra*.es report 1 COiTaa1' "
I these laborers and oo.h*rs. for whom *a* taken on board a passing tug aailie td since Thursday hire relieved! the ,

here is plenty: of work waiting, are i before becoming cocscious. situation somewhat I blow! G-reenrille

it present In the military services oft Tie other man whose identity la The elect will be slightly lowering

the republic. unknown, was drowned. It was learned and at the ens time a prolongationof
"It will be several years before that both the crest of the Sood. Stages this
Guatemala men belonged on boa.rdthe Once want to call attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
recovers from that volcano tug William A. Kane, which: I had EOr.zrt u toli wi: more we your
outbreak, and some of the other M.m. lia.i.2 fet, a fall of .3
Y'!aniatona! will never be anything: but loot different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very best to be had

Virrea wastes" Brewery Wsrksn on Strike. Vlftksburg 514 fee; stationary for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of pure fine Coffees and Team

Mahoc.r O t1. Pa., March Now OrUan: loll feet: 4 fill of .3

Manila Fillipino March Leader.-Tie Killed.report that fusing: to subnet their .30.-Re-1 e. tJ toot and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low

San Miguel! the FiMpino: leader, was arbitration! u ?ropo H by the 11breweries tautioai. prices reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try ue.
killed! in Friday' flgtt! near Mancuira controlled by ti. ajhra- A lawyer happened to be acquaintedwith

; is confirmed. His body has cite Brewen" association, tit United a juror in a petty civil case and -

been identified' and d&Mver.d to Us Brewery Workers, to the nunner a he met him during a recess of the
relatives for burial. about 1000. went oa a strike today court The lawyer was Just "lighting
Tie chief den aad of the ualca U fet tIp" and under ordinary circumstances I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters when you

Chinese in increase la w&ce. h* would hare offered the other a cig runhesitatingly
s Rochester. Rl.Missionary! March 30.Dead.-Re-r. T. Spectators Thrown to Ground. but it occurred to him come to Ocala We are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Ask for

B. Wright has ret'elv'Ica!>IegJ'.m Bartow. Fla., March 30.-Yfiterdayaft that it might not look right"I
from rnoon and last night Gentry Bros.' suppose" he said guardedly "thata
announcing the death
there of Mrs. Mary Wright Pease, a fmot a dog and pony show exhibited dar would not Influence yonr rer- S. R. Pvles Old Alliance Store.To
Methodist miMloaary. la tils l city At the close of the afternoon diet?" .

Large Guano Deposit. performance the nitre tier of The juror was equally cautious. r

Sn Francisco. Mirah30-J.( D. Murray reserved seats rUt way: and 100 01 "A good one wouldn't," he replied

4i iu arrived at CJ1p non Island tore people! men women and children "'but. poor one might prejudice me."

where for th* Pacific Island were precipitate to the ground.Fortunately He got a good cigar.-Brooklyn Eare.I! I .

compcy: : London, a. SM been mak : cone was hurt. 'fI

fag a survey of the fum depoatta MuriN". Dtfa+cre. We*

ire etim&tej the qoAntity of ruuc Beware of the man who offers you IJvtr_. Much : .-JU U* u.. Cure a Cold in One Day ? i

on the isl&cd &t 7S.900' tons but -n advice it the expense of a mutual fool aprte me tt2 toAtr tU OM&4

It EMM W .....keo.i oa a LaVge eeaJf friend. aI1oul *?teCi.*. WW TOT *7 Ht.DrocaoM. Tab Laxative! Bromo Quini1e.Tablets. :
U be proftufeU. Ji* &.t present hu- 1II1Mt.of. XMA VM ?.. ,
died tl. .x,..*. of getting the IU&U Nona art leu learn thai -.4.. *.&4 MMrffnto .... Ubt ltiratctrorw Sftw.IOW"! ? t ll B.o .. 118 ::,'cd ts

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

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Mr. E. K. Nelson went down to (1 BEAUTIFUL LUNCHEON 1

Duunellnii 1VednesdyytnFeehi+ \\ ifr V Easter Announcement ioo i*
sister n.l)1 r*. I.1.: Hrtou, who Mrs. Hiller Entertains for Miss

i h critically ill. Robertson and Miss Burford.At Dozen
-OF- Corsets !}
Qo'A. Mr Bob Evan*, of Dunuellona\ \ 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon i Ready Made

Mrs. Edward Hiller entertained at AtRegular
thecitj", having stopped( over for a

4 GaiiKsville.few days: after He is visiting a gtest friends at the at luncheon, of in Eiizabethtowu honor of Miss Lucy Ky., Robertson and- lSheets 11 Iii I i i I I 110 )I'' 2iJ cpnts' I I

V Club HOU-H- Miss Agnes Burford. of Dixou springs, I T 1

Tt'Ul1t'I't' Six 90 I' Price
Lvf4m It Uaunou'iod l hit Mr. Frank ({. I I
1lrs.fltller received her guests in
Hagan has cll-t-d deal of iJOO; ( acres 49 cts. J. 1 I 39 cts.
the upstairs sitting! room. She worea
ofitrazlug land at <;alt! near 1'eusa-
white satin waist! and a handsome
('OIi.! FJa., wliere IIP will make specially -
46 white brilliantine skirt and looked Dry Goods Department.;
of raisin; short hrufd tattle. particularly well. ,

Tb B. Y. P. V. reception will beheld Miss Robertson who i< the guest of 'White Is The Predominating Color This Season. !
Mrs. William Hooker, has> only beenin
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. .
Ocala for a day or two. She is avery ............................ t
Pur a L. Izlar took ht. All member of the I ;
charming jounglady and on II E Increase of Business
1" union and all their friend*, both Unparalled in our \Yhite Goods Department, here-

"' THERE IS IW SUBSTITUTE young and old, are cordially invitedto this occasion was gowned in pale T tofore unequalled in the history of our trade and largely due to the aid and

--- be p/csent. green foulard with black trimmings. encouragement given us by our numerous friends, we propose, with their continued .
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Miss Burford who is the guest of aid To Maintain.We .
Mr. Elmer I line, of Auhurndale, is
Mr. and )Ir... A. IL Jolboru. who Mrs. R. A. Burford, has visited Ocala

in the city-- ---- ---- i have Bern pendinsj this week at several times and has made many are showing an unsurpassed line of Late Novelties Embracing:

Mr" Futeh of Atlanta is the guest Tampa, returned to Ocala yesterdayand friends here by her charming person White Mercerized Madras,

of Mrs W. S. Pike will remain here a short while ality.! Yesterday she wore a white White Draweasy Linen, Embroidered These are
longer before returning to their !homeat lace gown over yellow silk. Swiss Novelties French The To Date-
We regret to learn that )Irs. L. X. Piques, Up Fabrics
Michigan City Ind. After the guests bad assembled Lawns Persian Lawns
uk.Jud .
urea continues quite ,
------ -- --- they de-H'eiu'fd into His dining room, French Nainsooks, Habutal Silks. For Easter Dresses,

- ,e R. Mt-Connthy went to Jacksonville The Moral City corre-p indent of which was moat attractive, the color

yesterday on busmen.Mr. the Cftrus County CLronilce says that scheme being pink.
Shirt Waist Suits and Shirts Waists.
D. A. Tooke treated himself to a 1
The large table at were
H. L. Hutchinson, of Gainesville brand new horse while in Oeali. covers for twenty two, was exceedingly For jour guidance we quote a few of many items Mercerized Madras suitable for Waists and i

is a business visitor_to the city. Yes Ocala i is the place to buy good pretty. In the c ntrr was a tall Shirt Waist Suits at 15, 11), 55, 33.111.+>, 49!!I and 00 cents a yard. Fifty Different Patterns to i

;, Ei-State Treasurer Collins is in a horsea. When in town take a i-ep at vase or venitian glass in which was a choose from, also\ Large Pearl Buttons to match for Trimmings at 25 to Si.75 per dozen. !i

I critical condition at his home near Liddon'd (bouquet of exquisite pink roses. This Mercerized and Embroidered PiqueSuitable

i" Dunedin. :Marion county has but one candi wasplacedona beautiful centerpitce
". embroidered in pink roses. At each for Separate Skirts, ranging from la 1-2 to 49 cent per yard. For Trimming we
Bob Sander, of Dunnellou, date for nflice] at the hand of the
Mr. and that is the end of the table was a !silver candel- show an Extensive Selection of Embroidered Medallion and Galloons at 10 cents to 1.25 per yard.
was among the visitors to O ala on present legislature

) Wednesday. little son of Mr. John S. Xt'alof McIntosh bra with draped white all across candles the and table gracefully were. 45 Inch French and Persian Lawns, Also Sheer Nainsook

who is a candidate for page.

Mr. J. A. Letkur, Ute of the foundry We hope the little fellow will be pink roses and dainty asparagus Suitable for Cool Summer Dresses at prices from :35 to "5 cents per yard. We carry a

j has accepted a eimi'ar! iwition elected without opposition. I II ferns. The place cards were daintily large assortment of 18 inch Flounces to trim same at prices from 75 cts. to $1.50; per yard.

in Tampa. I I hand painted in pink roses and madea

1 Messrs. J. A. Crosby and D. E. Peacock Wednesday afternoon Mies Hattie very pretty souvenir of this pleasant Special Special Special

were business visitors! to Ocala l Dye chaperoned the eighth grade of atfuir. 100 Pieces Sheer India Linen 100 Pieces Sheer India Linen 200 Pieces-.!, Fruit of Loom
Wednesday. the Ocala High School at "an afternoon The luncheon was served in courses regular 10 ct. Quality at 7 1.2 rgular 15 ct. Quality reduced and Lonsdale 7 1-2 sets per

in the woods." Games were and was elegant in all its appoint cents per yard. to 10 cents per yard.! yard.

\ Polk county i is going to have another played, a guessing contest being one ments.
the features
wet- and dry elt'ction-makiug of a picnic After the luncheon the guests fip..ntthe
the fourth recently.Mr. another. The children, one and all, afternoon mont pleasantly in The Latest Designs are Polka Dots, Small Medium and Large Red Dots. Blue Dots Pink
1, -- enjoyed their outing most thorougly. Dots, Green Dots, Black Dots at the low price of 10 cents per yard.tpare .
- 80 conversation\ anl 1 several im
Otis '1'. Green one of Ocala'a does!: not permit to enumerate all our good thing.: yet it will. he to
to visit
A letter from Mrs. C. C. Todd Tue-,. fromptu"ol'al aud instrumental selections your advantage our Dress!
attorneys, i is at the Goods Department to select A: v-t0-atereu.:
most prominent day stated that her sister, :Mrs.' I.M. were rendered by some of the
We have the right goods! when
Winder ic hcks'>uville. they are wtnted (at the pilY'hnl'gicaIIUOIll"'ut, f1I) to speak.: )
lUrion: was in i a i-ritic-al condition i I guests.
-- Think This OverTaking
TheJlarriedLadiea'1ChistClub: will aud it WitS feared that her recoverywas Mrs Hiller is an ideal hostess and into consideration the fart that we are atisoluifiy reliable and dv.-rti-H nothing Hint U not true. .

hold their nest meeting'the first: impoi ibl. The many Ocala an invitation to her home always

Weauesday: after Easter. friend>of Mrs I Barton and I Mrs Todd means a charming function. We carry the strongest and best selected lines of

.p I will be very pain'i to hear this sad Her guests yesterday were Misses; Men. Women and Children Shoes in (Ocala.)
"t Dr. D. A. Smith of Authonj, and i I news. Burford BoVrtson, Valeta Potter

:\. A Fort, of Elecira were
hue Barco, Ltuise iamsby, :rna; and
!I MNattie Williams has i..- among the prominent visitors" to OcaUesirday. Matie Bullock, Etta Chaw, Esther
I to a large! progressive much TE E SHOE E EFor
> : -- ,- -, -. party for this e\eiiinp. >itWillia'iis !> I Weathers Sin: and Violet Hrrin.Georgia .
I Smith, Mesdarue WilliamHok
The Kaptist church will t "n will be at Lome to her
I r, R. A. Burfird L. A. Find,
electric fans put in. Tins is an innovation frieuls! at S:30 o'clock at the home of as a Men in Ten Different ,
be most Kit ward HoJ.1t'r.l'. E. Absou, J..an Styles. q-
that will certainly : j I her sister MSS" 11 S. Hall On Fort F.

aCCep'al'le. Kiuij avenue, and this all'iir will be Austin F. L VVatsou, Robert Anderson # t Vici Kid Pat. Vici Cadet Caiv ('Jr
Howard Muuroe I and Charles
one of the, memorable events of the 52.50. $3.00. $3.50.
Mr. and Mrs. :Maurice Strauss left Rheinauer.
spring seasuu.Among -_-- ---- .... ..
Wednesday for ritvauaah: and way go -- Golden Eagles I lo lit .\\n. loot.We ;:r 1 i

from there via: Ocean Steamship! company the prominent loci i-41 eventsfor Mr. Juo. F. Edward's, proprietor of \ warrant every pair that leaves our store to jri\ !

to New York. this week will be an elegant the Ocala: Hou+e, has purchased two '
Perfect Satisfaction. r
---- luncheon Thursday at one o'clock golden eagles and l the same will be
Mr*. Evans aud Ms Emily Evans, ., '
i complimentary to Mis s Robertson ofEliuhethtowl1. shipped to him from south Florida at .
of Montreal, Caua-la, who have pent We Have Other Lines From $1.00 to $5.00
Ky., the guest of Mrs. an early date.
the winter in Ocala left \\ ednesdayfor 5
William Hooker and Miss Uurford, The golden eagle U a rare and a \

1 Atlantic City, N. J. of Dixon Spring, Tenu., the guest of a very beautiful bird and will be a This Is One of Our Lines of Ladies Shoes

Mrs. )I. Haudlesmau! has returnedfrom Mrs.: II. .\. Hurf rd.lrs.. Edward great curiosity to the guest of this \ For $2.00 and $2.50. j

NewYork, where she purchased! HilU-r will be the hostess: of this popular hotel.Mr. .
fi They cant make them any hotter Hun the American!
au elegant and complete block of luncheon which will be a most delightful Samuel W. Teague went up to I C-' thrl- : Ay Price. -

goods: for the Boston Store.I event. Gainesville Monday afternoon for a rlurm "' We also have a Large Assortment <,f other styles

..", a -- business vNit.! ; from Sl.OO to J3.00. Remember every pair warranted %7 i
Col. Buruhant. of \\ .l'U. Texas, who Mrs. Annie Ricardo Marshall, who J j
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owns! a Urge grove ai Like Weir and has been extremely tick:; expects soon s2$2% 1

who I is spending the I\1l..r there, wasa to go to Xew York, where her sisters PeculiarTo Boys and Girls Shoes

visitor to Ocala Wednesday. reside and before leaving Ocala she
j The Famous : **
\\c Handle "JIKKKIIM. 1-
desires to acknowledge her very
Conductor J. (. lUmsauer, of Columbia .i grateful obligations to Dr. Walter ItselfIn The best line of Childrens.Shots in the world. We have tried for the pten years to get a Shoe for Boys and Olrfe '
S. t:., i is ill tin city visiting i what it is and what it does-containing that would stand the rough wear that mot Children give them. U.- Itl Iast have found them in the 1Ierrhll ."
Hood aud other physicians of the city !
his wife aud children, *ho are the the best blood-purifying, Special III Oxford"*. Special In Children' Slipper
to the druggists for medicines and to
guests of )lr. and :\1r-. IL R. Carroll. alterative and tonic substances and los Pairs Ladies S2.UO: Oxfords, we sell, while they :S.z. : -2 to 5, 33 cents; 51 to 7j, 4": cents; 8} to IIJ .
two excellent colored women who ;1.511. 73 UJ to : 9S
last at ct"'i; cents.
effecting the most radical and per : Oxfords, will close out
120 Pairs Ladies $1.50 vie
Nr.JesseC.: Miller, who has been nursed her TI.+r t,> close out.
manent cures: of all humors and all at.51.15.
absent in Jacksonville and other
cities for some time, is nick in Ocala The Woodmen Have a Function. eruptions, relieving weak, tired, Suits, Gents' Furnishings and Straw Hats.
: The western orator Charles C. Far languid feelings, and building up
again and is a gues of the Hodge rllIUl tionahll carry the licit. M-UM-UM! Stack of Clothing and Gent' rurlli..hin g* in Orala.
mer, of Illinois and T. W. Mitchell, the whole system-is true only ofHood's
' hou".e. Two l- ('('(' Flannel Suit for ..3O Two piece Flannel SiiiK for .9rS
of Georgia, general deputy of the Sarsaparilla (
t Mrs. J. C.Bullock, of Macon, Ga., Woodmen of the World for Florida Regular; Trie1. $--.-U) Regular Price SI.no:
I' Xo other medicine acts like it; s
who is the guest of Her :sister: lrtl.I and Georgia:' will deliver a lecture at no other medicine has done so Sf.e As S fr ScjErs Straw Eats. Sle Ajeits:;: fr the !::::rss l:ez:cI Shirts: The Test ii Ti: W::,:!,

Adam, Eiehelberg, tins received the the Masonic Hall! :Monday evening, much real substantial good, no 11T i

I ad Intelligence of the death of her April Gth, at S o'clock under the other! medicine has:! restored) health We FillOrders You are always welcome in our store, make it your 150 i

. baby boy. auspice of the Ocala 11'oodmen.. and strength at so little cost."I Headquarters when in Ocala. I
. was troubled with scrofula and came \ White lte ISPREADS
Mrs. Wetherbee ai.d child,cf Ocala During the evening muMcand recitations near losing cy eyesizht For four months I I 1)) I
Mr. ettierbee last will be rendered by some of our could not see to do t nrthin:. After taking ; f ( e I

'seek..lr.were visiting WetherUe intends movIng best home talent. The public, especially to two could walk bottles see and as of well when Hood's as I ever.had Sarsaparilla taken" SCSIK eight I A.could bottles HAIRSTOS. lee I- On The R H E I N A U E R (& C 0 Full MeSpecial I IDa

his tamily here as soon as posai- the ladies, most cordially invitedto .Withers.N. am of I Sale _. j
bl .-Cryastal River Cor. Inverness be present. Remember the place Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to ) ;
Chronicle. and date. cure and keeps the promise. Receipt. Agents For Standard Patterns. $1.00.

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GOVER MENT. chair and he hopes that Le may aspatriotically SORE HANDS

-- Tampa Tribune. Three "old timers" were seated on serve his state in that

Although the civil war was fought The Tribune published yesterdaythe capacity.As .
F2AJIZ HABBIS Editor. the piazza of the Ocala House the _

to a finish nearly forty years ago and announcement of Hon. Robert "tV. editor of the oldest Florida
?. V. Leav3223ci, Easiness aaager.L' other day and the decadence of manners paper in ,

the nouth nominally returned her Davis' intention to make the race forgovernor was the subject uuder discussion he shall continue todevote his en-I Itching Burning Palms

place in the Union, still in the administration I and the statement of Hon. aud the opinion was unanimous that orgies to what he conceives to be ,

i of the national government, Frank E. Harris, to the effect that he there: is a marked degeneracyin best interests of the state Painful Finger Ends

she has no voice.Fhe would not be a candidate.The this -- -- ---- ,
respect' in all
has no representative in the Tribune but faintly voices the Democratic Practice and Tradition.\
sections of the country and
presideut'scabinet. In the selection sentiment of hundreds of personal The light is on for U. :;. Senator: t" ,
\ dVgeneracy is getting to be almostas I With Brittle
F* axe vr ,,' of his otlicial family the piesidentof friends and staunch admirers from be seettled at a primary next >ear. 1 1Senitor ,
rf .wq noticeable in the south 8S in the
y ti 1. the United States Ins for years persistently every section of Florida, when it says north.In Taliaferro and Mr. Jouii : Discolored Nails

t refused to recognize: this that the action of the Ocala editor in Stockton both of Jacksonville, are j ,
former times it was said that no
section forming! a part of the Federal this will be received withregrt't. avowed candidates tor the p+laee. i[
.. respect
gentleman would speak to a l ,dyunhsshis !
----- union. mingled with profound sorF Finn is said to represent a faction. As Well
head was uncovered but i as Roughness ai4 \
MOTTO: THE RAS.NEK, BEUE"IXOTHOSE In the diplomatic service, in the F H .t, why should these factious fight
AT THE 1'01' WELL ABLE TO now gentlemen: are seen to address
$ CARE OF THEMSELVES; HAS appointment of ministers to foreign row.The Tribune deeply deplores 'he attitude in this ease? It is unwritten law to Badness
TAKE l Indies not only without this mark of ,
TAKEN ITS STAND IS THE BARRI countries, except to minor offices, the of Mr. Harris early in the give a United States Senator; u !!I"eoI l ._
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, respect but actually sometimes with a
CADES south is ignored. term, provided he till the office
WILL BE MADE FORTH conspicuously campaign for more reasons than one. >
AND ITS cigar or cigarette in their mouths. ONE
BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT TIIFDOTTo.r. constitution express-ly declares: It was this paper that had the honor Can anyone gtinsay: that TREATMENT
Such a thing iu the olden times would
-- that appointments to Federal offices of presenting the name of the Ocala Senator Taliaferrn his served the -
-- .
---- -- have been
-. --' --- -- thought only poxsfhle with
-" shall be made by the president "with state faithfully? lie baa worked,
GOVERNOR JENNINGS' MESSAGE. gentleman to the people of Florida! as the uncouth. Soak die hands on retiring iu a itronf,

the advice and by the consent of the i their next Chief Executive: and with bard and accomplished so much that hot, creamy hither of CUl run +, o&p.
Tht-se gentlemen also said that
senate." h*' ha earned the of .' Dry and anoint freely with rattan
in name our
of Florida will meet possibly exception, every paper
The legislature manners on the part of joung people, Ointment,the kin
Yet, to far "s the south concerned, bu-inesH great cure pumtof
f of that I the entire state with political Influence Senator. Senator Mallory
members any emollient
next Tuesday aud so far as having any deference for Wear during toe Might,
interested in this express declaration of the constitution heartily seconded that nomination was given a second term without old, loose kid gloves or bandage lightly!
body and men their elders seems! to have in old
has become a dead letter. entirely soft cotton or linen For I't'd.
r flocking to and great majority of thepress opposition. Senator Taliaferro should rough and hand
legislation are already a departed. In former times no chapped ,dry, fUxumt,
Except in a geographical sense, the young have for he deserves m itching, feverish palms, with brittle
Tallahassee. The large appropriation of the state was heartily in favor 11
south is not an integral part of the person ever passed/ an older one without a'i shapeless nails and painful finger end,
in settlement of the Indian war of the glorious triumph of the bowing and speaking but now re-election. We cannot. afford to lo I this treatment i U simply ttoudurful, frequently

country.In his .en'ict'it.-CdhoUll News. curing in a single ....,licot1luo.
'' claims aud which is now lying Ocala editor. this form of i is In no other have
the north, east and west, this so infrequentas way Cuticura hop
will causet. The Tribune wanted to see ;Mr. liar and Ointment demonstrated their
idle in the treasury to 1.1'1' ariooUhing -
matter of remark when it Is We Extend Thanks.
provision of the constitution i is held curative .
the than elected because it believed that properties more e5ee.tually
visit city ris
larger numbers to sacred and no man is appointed to a performed.Mr. The Ocala Weekly Banner last week than in the treatment of the
"' legislatures have: ever witne-; etl. the press of this i state was entitled to I hund->, especially| whoa tortured with
past Federal office ho is obnoxious to the James Gilmer: Sited some time was! one of the best weeklies that wehave itching; burning and waly eczema.

All sorts of schemes are being senators and congressmen of his own recognition and furthermore it was ago contributed an article on Ibisi'uI1t'ctto had the pleasure of looking over I Complete local and cooMiiuiioual l

devised for the spending of this large: certain that the Ocala editor was in treatment far every humour of theskin
one of the current in some time, having sixteen! ,
state. magazines pages I scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
sum of money and the "third hou t: But not so in the -outh-his very every sense of the word preeminently in which he Mid he fears we are twelve of them being firstcbss reading may now l
A; will be more iniporta.it and more :I obuoxiou,nes.. is rather a badge, : to qualified for the exalted position. fast becoming; a notion of boor.- He mniter. The, Banner, under the Soap freely, to with cleanse hot the water surface and of Cuticura iruu

19.rgelyatttc'udell this )'t'ar tlun ever j lie is a native Floridian and has tollent visits the and scales, and s ftu the
preftrraent.Forexamnle.. says one rlerab-d. railroads direction of :Mr. I'.V. Leaven- tbitkeiwd
before. I the bot part of his life battling for cuticle. Dry, without bant rubbing,
.. in the case of an applicant aud lauds that nil is rush and selfishness good is on the uphill grade, and everybody and apply Cuticura Ointment freely,

Governor Jennings ha already: Federal the upbuilding and prosperity! ) of the and I to allay itching, irritation and Inflammation
for an important no thought is given to that knows that it would be hard to -
finished his mess:ige and those who state and has alwajs enthusiasticallyand and soothe and heal, anti, ,
nice in Florida, Senator Mallory, deference to women that so distinguished find a better editor in the state than lastly, take the Cuticura KesoKent v \
have still it by' U is a very full and patriotically worked for the cause fill! to cool and cleanse the blood. \:
Senator Tulufcrro, CongressmanDavis our grandfathers and that i Hon. F. 1':. Harris. May the Banner fl
document aud will rank / of This treatment afford 1n complete Congressman parkman or democracy.Mr.I the decay of manners is not only observed live long and prosper well, is our permits rest and sleep in the armrest
the ablest tate pipers! ever Harris is a patriot: and not a forms of and other
among CougrtNiuati Lgwarare consulted on railroad rains and in rail hearty totst.-Dunueilou Advocate.The eczema Itching,
issued from the executive office of the politician and his withdrawal from burning and scaly humours, and poiutt ,
as to his fitness or acceptability, as road stations but i"i almost aa! preve- price of rice straw has advanced to a s 'eiIYI"'rm.neot and economical
r: state. would be the case in New York or the race is characteristic of the man. lint at social gatherings. cure of torturing, ditflguriog huuioun
from :$4 to 9.75 per ton, and the demand from to when
that the infancy age, all other!
recommends of llobert W.
The He admirer
governor Mas-s'ichus-etts" the presideftcon- a warm He tells of witnessing a college man; for it i is! suwiily increasing remedies and the best phy iciaut Lul. I"
f Indian war claims money be spent in Davis and would rather sacrifice himself -
sults Jos Lee or the chairman of the freshly graduated, and a member of

liquidation of the state's indf'bted-j than thwart the aspirations of a of the Let JMcMillan
republican state executive committee.: one futilities, dancing witha --
lie thinks it should lie treated: roll and the
ness. friend and ag the days by
The autonomy of government in the young lady and smoking a cigaretteat

not as a separate fund but the same: south i is as absolutely i ignored if camp UEU warms up, Frank Harris the same time and, what was more

as othtr:state money.It none existed. and his F.auner will be in the thickest deplorable, the girl thought it was Bros

is said also that the measisie! is Then the northern press! has the III of the, tight working for the successof nothing allli..".

opposed to the state making aty appropriation for Mr. Davis. On another occasion he
temerity to taunt us not knowingthat saw a gentleman

for the construction of goods the war is 0\er. ,! However next to Frank Harris, and lady, both of high stand Southern Copper Works. I

roads but that this matter should be Over! the Tribune does not know a gentleman ing, conversing together on a street

left entirely to the o.uuties. Why, bless your soul, the war is in this state whom itwould rather I corner. The gentleman continued to

The governor will suggest a liberal going on" now, the way the government see governor than the brilliant smoke his cigar and kept his hat on. .. -

appropriation for public schools and is administered from the White statesman of Putnam and it makes When they separated their parting Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

colleges. House, with more fury than it was the statement that Robert W. Davis t
was "Well
--- cry so long! At the '
Preparations are being made at follow ing on the very heels of Apj o- will Sea winner and seriously doubts hotels the men loll in their chairs, and General Metal Workers. ; .

i. Denver for one of the largest and mattox. the probability of the opposition! to put their feet higher than their heads:: t
Out in Mississippi the people of a
most important Christian Endeavor! him entering an opponent iu the and smoke, in the presence of ladies.
whole community are deprived of I
Convention ever held. The conven- race Mr. Speed thinks, however, that

t from the ninth to the jiostal privileges because a few persons '>Jr. Davis' candidacy will be cordially
tion meets there still remains in the south some Old Stills taken in for
met in and exchange new ones. Patching
mass meeting petitioned
t thirteenth of July, and many thou- received by the people of South marks of the old time code of social through the '
the postmistress to resign her country a specialtOrders by mail or
:' 8tnd of Eudeavorera will assemble Florida and he will sweep the fIeld ethics well bred
office. among men and wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

from all parts of the country. A It is admitted that that was no with that enthusiasm and unamrtity women. He thinks that we have not following worksFAYETTEVILLE t.

great tent holding ten thousand peo- that characterized the last campaign entirely reached that
point at whi crime for if it had been, arrests would
plf will be used together with other of t'X.G.lvernor Bloxham. commercialism sruotners
have followed\ for the Federal courts courtesy. N. !
i C.
smaller tent, and something like Here are three cheers for Governor But, we fear thatwe are SAVANNAH, GA.
are in full blast in Mississippi and if very rapidly
forty churches of the city for ditler "Bob" Davis. following the loose JACKSONVILLE.
necessary are backed by the strong pace set by MOBILE, ..
ent meetings and rallies. The peopleof The Tribune and South Florida are the north and east and more aUf'II'tion
arm of the whole United States

Denver and all Colorado are largely fur him. should be paid to this:: matter in
army.If ------
interested in the coming International the for the schools aud in the homes. ........
postmaster:: general: one Bryan on Immortality. .....e0008S00.....

Convention which they believe pretext: or another, can deny the The February National Politeness costs nothing and II i ........ec e

i will be one of the largest conventions should be seduously cultivated. (I e.
boverign people of one communitythe Magazine ret'prrt ........

of a religious character which the privileges of the mails, he can prints from a new la crowded cities, where so uiauv ..ee .

world has ever seen deny it to other communities: of the people are strangers and care e
book "The Proofs ofLife
-- --- -- .y ,
awl no community, especiallyin \. ', nothing for each other, there may tie
after Death : Making :
the south, has Siovcrign or \ l.1 some excuse for this lack of deference Advertising
this expression of the
4 f.
autouomic rights that the Federal ., which was go characteristic in ante .
views of William Jennings
authority is bound to respect.It helium days, but in small communities -
I Bryan on immortality: : Pa.y \ \ :
t1 is as bad a despotism as martial where every one is: known to
II I shall not believe that this life is
I law was during the period of the each other, there is no excuse for .
extinguished. If the Father deigns to
civil war. lack of manners. e e
I w touch with divine power the cold and
And these high handed measures .

Each of the = pulseless: heart of the buried acorn, The Governorship.The .
chief are done purely for the purpose of o .
organs of the body is a and make it to burst forth from its editor of this paper is pro. o One drop of water does not make the ocean
link in the chain of life. punishment of a section whichis .
A chain is no prison walls, will he leave neglectedin foundly thankful to his-friends andespecially '
stronger entitled o One
than to an equal and honored grain of sand will not make a ihnr.- I .,
weakest link, the earth the soul of a man who his editoral friends-for
the body no V place in the sisterhood of states. '
One feather does
than its weakest organ. And yet some men hold that thereis was made in the image of his Creator? naming him in connection with tht g not make a bird :

If there is' weakness of If he stoops to give to the rosebush, exalted office of Governor of Florida. o One leap will not make a frog
heart or lungs, liver or --1 nothing before the country demand- .
kidneys, there is whose withered blossoms float upon He at no time treated the
a weak matter
ing the restoration of the democratic 90 IT IS ALl. THK Rt"T-: ..
link in the chain of life the breeze, the sweet assurance of
which may snap at any rw party, to power. another springtime, will he withholdthe seriously for the reason that to make ea ..

time. 0 ft e n this so- u There is everything before it and words of hope from the sons of a canvass for this orany other state
called ''weakness" is ge
caused by lack of nutrition everything demanding! it. Its traditions i- men when the frosts of winter come? office before the primaries require a -

the result of diseaseof its sovc-riguty: demand it, and If matter, mute and inanimate hough larger expenditure of time and moue @Q) -' eft
the stomach and other _-J changed by the forces of Nature into
than he has
at his .
organs of digestion and good govern mentdeniauds it. command.A 8Q
a multitude of forms, can never die,
nutrition. ee
Diseases o f Unless change is made, the candidate for of lee can ImnlH o
the stomach and its allied purposes will the imperial spirit of man suffer

organs are cured by the for which the government was annihilation after it has paid a brief expect to receive the votes of the !pen e And so it is with most things in hfe mid .

,; use of Dr. Perce's; Golden instituted will visit like to this tenement pie without seeing them face to face
Medical Discovery. subverted. a royal: guest! o especially is it true that one advertisement .

When the diseased It is time for all persons, who want of clay? and giving them an opportunity of

ach other is cured,which stows ... good government and are tired of I 'Rather let us believe that he who sizing him up politically and intellec will not make you a successful advertiser. :
organs seem
y remote from the stomach partisan and sectional government, to : in his apparent prodigality, wastes tually. 8 Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .
; but which have their not the raindrop, the blade of grass: or r
buckle on the democratic There are forty-five countiesiu Florida
origin in a diseased condition of the armor. the evening's sighing zephyr, but I
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stomach .and other organs of digestionand Fonts safety, security and perpetuity makes them all to carry out his plans, and the!state: ia* seven hundred milts

nutrition are cured also. : the country's hope is in the has given immortality to the I in length and to make a canvass of i
1 was in poor health when I commenced i
taking Doctor Pierce' democratic party. mortal.' I THE OCALA :
medicines, writes Mr. lit would require a larger pocketbook BANNER
Elmer Lawler,
of Volga Jefferson Co., Ind "I -- -
had Was stomach, kidney heArt, and lung troub) Hard on.His Own Community. Ocala, if she keeps on, will become than falls to the lot of the average
not able to do any work. I had a covert "
cough and hemorrhage of the longs bat after Commissioner McLin's: report cred- the Chicago of the South. The cold I newspaper, editor. S X That Will Pap HI X X! : t
using your medicine a while I commenced ta its Alachua
rain in strength and flesh, and county with only three storage establishment of the Ben-
flopped coughing While
this is
I an office that ..
appealsto f
.Golden right Medical away. Took about' x trades of asses. There are many times that jpamin Brothers has given an added S
Discovery I feel like different
person. I gladly recommend your medicine- number of the animals in Gainesville industrp to cattle and hog raisers. the ambition of any one who appreciates o ....
to all sufferer, !
The use of Dr.I Pierce's know it cured Pleasant me.-Pellets alone. It may be, however, that the There's plenty of money in the Flor- the good will of his fellow ........ t

will cure that foul breath. in two-leged the species were not included ida hog and more in improved breed.- citizens, still the editor of this paper ............ d 4

.j 1 I report.-Gainesville Sun. The Florida Fruit and Truck Grower. feels that his life work is in the edi ..........................



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t111AJORiWTRUSTEES' I for to come to Philadelphia and had been shown the that some action should be taken to that end. Sucha r. I 2. That Dr. Forbes be assured four- -confident

I resignation. Upon his return to Chicago, Dr. Foster resolution was discussed. Xo resolutions for or [ in him in all respects and our desire that he gateS *
retailed the entire matter to Dr. Harper and Dr. Forbes
I prepared against were proposed or discussed.Metsou tinue as president of this University
him for a visit by Mrs. Stetson who soon went Sl'l'1.1i to Avoid Investigation. S J
; 3. That the patrons of the University _
SIDE to see him. Mrs. Stetson told Dr. Harper that they Having examined the By Laws and the calls for
public in general be assured that, the entire ...'; '
had the resignation, (obtained under a pledge of the meetings and that called by the secretary having find to have been wholly without justihc.it' .

--- secrecy) and asked Dr. Harper to name a president, been found to be regular and legal, and Mr. Stetson there is no proper ground for critic-
HISTORY{ OF THE FIGHT ONI'1ES11)Erlt I stating, at the same" time, that "its acceptance wasa having stated in his report to the Trustees, above University, or its administration any and there '
mere formality. Attention i is called the fact I
to mentioned "that it'JS .
for us to casion
= necessary pass whatever for any question or dou!>t ..-
{ ) FOKBES.I'Mfeentutioii of this action by the Stetsons, showing how utterly upon the possible or probable extent of his indiscretion : moral, elevating and beneficial influence .- i
they ignored the Board of Trustees the |
matter neverhaving
or intent avoid
indicating an to a ing the University, its officers, teachers, p':; -
been in any way brought to their atten- full investigation, it agreed to the first the ,
of Fads ) tion. was adjourn ;I community in which it is located an! r\'t' '
Dating ironi the meeting, referring all matters to the second meeting. pect of a great and successful future for the '. .
Ik-Sinning; or tin ilr. MeUvu ''vu e, to "1'ale .barge": I i -
lbt" Inigatiuu.. tion u encouraging in the highest degree.
Immeaiately alter commencement, iJr. Forbes left
HesIHt.'uhlc .HelJtuu", for Kochester, stopping tor Airs Forbes on his way. All members attended the meeting: at 7 ::3O p. m., Names a f Trustees Present Co PmM.

lit Ol'llat1 L pull his arrival III Kochester he found telegrams which, after roll call, was adjourned and at 7 :130 the The members of the Board at the meeting I!: ,\ c .' \ f

in view ot the awaiting him stating that \lr:). Stetson had arrived second meeting was organized and proceeded with follows :

t iue ueen =o persisicm: gross m.srepresentation, vvluch. in Deumd claiming that she had written authority : the work. The session lasted until after midnight John B. Stetson, Ashbourne Pa., (pre>: 'If: i

me action: ot ) xorccu: upon me puulic, couccumig to represent Air. ;Stetson:: and demanding that the whiin.it was adjourned until 8 a. m., the following Wright, secretary DeLand. F. hn I 1. i ..

1 L luelalt we t rupees: :: 01 hue :sieison:: executive committee remove Dr. torbes as president day. The second session lasted: from S a. m., until treasurer. DeLand, Fla. ; H \ i UI) : andl 1 1.1' .,
I ) regarding me controversy: vun .Ur. ;)icisou 6:30: p. m., with only fifteen minutes recess for lunchin X. \'.
: Rev.
anu and treasurer, and also that they turn over to her the ; David Moore. I D! > ..eneva. \
iu= ceased ueucvmg to uc mat longer sucuce on mar part property ot the university. Finding that the Executive the meeting room. The entire mass presented by Rev. R. S. MacArthur, D D V q' V .rk \

me a virtue, me trustees iiercvvitnpitocut committee had no such authority she dedmexi Mr. Stetson was read and considered{, though manyof Rev. W. X. Chaudoin, D I D i I :' ;; urge; i

loiiovvmg statement: : 01 me tads anu to avail herselt ot the otter of the secretary to call a the papers were copies and some were without O. Painter, DeLand Fla I.t-m-: (Turn.- ; ,

circumstances. anu aSK a lair: anu impartial coiisiuClalioli. mil meeting oi the lioard of Trustees, ana returnee signature, and a large number of the Trustees had vine, Fla. ; H. B. Stevens, I Kl: I I. 1 1-.1:

to Ashbourne seen them before. Thomas J. Sparkman. l Del..Ii: -.. : Ihr'
1J( Ivrbea: : First Demand for lumUuiutiou.Lany in June, Dr. Forbes learned that Mr. Stetson had After Mr. Stetson had presented all and every- Search, Philadelphia, Pa : J f ': ike. I >It :

m reunury, lynx, Air. stetson imormeu employed attorneys and other agents who were hunting thing. "he had, and declared that "he hud nothingnorc Fla. ; Rev. Wm. H. St i\w i II-J I .' Fla. \'. t

Ui. iurucs that rumoft concerning. rorues, m the United states over looking for something the other side was presented.A S. Jennings 'fallals! -w, 1 La; i 'J.I I I. : .:

connection wash irs.1..tl1;, a nicmuer ot the tac- witch might be construed into a redection upon his large number of witnesses were introduced who DeLand, Fla. ; D U Fk-t-!: : ,n. -:'e I
Udi tutu ucen: brought to lus nonce. Ur. forue3vas were permitted to tell anything and all they desired B. F. '
White -
character, and aemanded that the secretary call a Camp. ; nntr-, B I _a i
astounueu: at tuui: a suggestion, and at once ue-: both of hearsay and rumor. Land. Fla. E. B. So. ., .
; meeting of the Trustees for full investigation. : :.n.in! I I't. : h'n'!
nunued an investigation ana at me Upon the completion of the evidence series ot
same time deuared i his was done, and the: secretary issue a call for a a Stetson Setts to Atom I... _Uf.
the rumors as utterly taise. resolutions were introduced to which two or threeof
Action meeting to be held July 3, 1902, tor that purpose.Htral It has been circulated bl/.J< ,. leer t t..>. i
nut being taken as promptly as Dr. Forbes the members made objection as reflecting upon ',
that Mr. Stetson has demai. .
wished, he expressed his intention ot calling a meeting > 'Jru,tel''t fleet at MeUoii Home. Mr.Stetson.. Rev. David Moore :tated that upon m-.e-1; '...

ot the 1 tun board ot '1 rustees, demanding: a ver- Upon receipt of this notice Mr. :Stetson: wired the question of guilt or innocence, he was glad to li which\\' has been opposed and Kiv: V. the i ; :
e wish to emphasize the l.lkj\, .
n:: : at tut -
aici at their lianas the expression ot this intention Governor Jennings, Mayor Fletcher and Mr. L. U. I vote for Dr. Forbes'complete vindication, but requested shown
above indicate : '
I clearly i fuse
resulted in the appointment 0)1r.. :Stetson: ot a committee 'aimer to meet mm at his home Ashbourue tor a modification so as to reflect upon no one. 5
was asked or desired 'n' Mi :MI": and.. =
compotea ot Air. stetson, Rev. Mr. Stewart, consultation. L pun their arrival they bound ixev. Mr. H. A. DeLand made the same statement and
meeting was called at tie .lenii> ) 1 1. '
l : r -i on
ot UeLanu, and Dr. loiter, ot the University; : lLluGigu. David Aloore, Air. 11. A. DeLand and Air. A. (G.iiamlm requested and urged that the objectionable sentencesbe .
an investigation Mr. Sets,.'n a'tu, .. d t"u ,
: also members of the Hoard of Trustees, eliminated, that the vote might be unanimous.
aside by calling another meet !ut! t et that! .
All ot the principals and witnesses appeared before were there. Mrs. ;Stetson:: at Air Stetson's request, Dr. Forbes arose and requested the Board to strikeout : j jutes
earlier and in the rt! \hun ,
rep. !u. 'IY : '
this committee at the College Anus un the lyth of read a mass of so-called evidence all of which was the objectionable section as he had no wish to .
Trustees, which he asked the it : ),isle: ...rpressly
March 1902. All were asked to tell all that they rumor and hearsay, and in no way proving any injure Mr. Stetson. -
stated "no .
in\e5tigati"ii n :e:-Marti
knew both of hearsay and rumor and at the conclusion improper conduct on the part of Dr. Forbes, excepting Upon motion duly carried the resolutions were :
Stetson has and does Ju. : '> 1' "dt" "
now < !; "" ? 'r. [
were asked n they had told all that they only a paper by a man named: Purkis who had taken up "seriatim.: The preamble was then adopted. I
naval, not alleging \ rat ., ut : _
any \ ca :r
knew. At the close of the investigation Dr. Foste"rexpns:5cd ueen employed as steward at the University and who Section I was read, altered and adopted. Sec- ; ,
matter of bec-u wide ..
as a expediency -< : i ;I"<
to Dr. Forbes his surprise at the complete had recently been discharged for stealing, lying, wife tion 2 was altered and adopted. Section 3 was tion given to the slanderous nix 'J'.1' .
cuiiapse of the entire matter and a tew days later the oeating and the use of profane and obscene lan- adopted as first read. Section 4 i w a? then altered and and rtpr

committee signed, in triplicate, verdict exonerating guage. adopted. A motion then being made to adopt as a neys agents.

Dr. Forbes. le-timuuj of the LilieV.. Julia 1'urLu. whole, Dr. Moore stated that he could not vote for Pre IJent r.rt#* ;hail.I:.-wrl.. i

Tile President 1* "Too iuibitiou>". This man was charged with not only stealing from that motion as, in his opinion, the first section as It is believed by the Buar.i V i ij -lee-s !!.i'

Soon after this meeting, Mrs. Stetson arrived in the I niversity, but trom the church and the oung adopted contained language reflecting upon Mr. j Stetson has been detennint.l r 'Ie tir-' ,

DeLand and in conversation with Dr. for 1It:5 said: Peoples' society, with which he had been connected Stetson. Mr. T. C. Search asked Dr. Moore if he move Dr. Forties at all ha/.tm.:- ''ing ui.ui:: : ,

that the late trouble was a very sad affair, but that fromment citizens of DeLand subsequently testified would vote for the resolutions. if the first section was do so. has, through his attor --'. .. .. mpte.. i. t tate

1_ the matter could have been easily arranged if Dr. oetore the Board that his reputation in the community stricken out. to hich he replied "\es." Mr.I DeLand such a condition, however u;. V iul..1'! "

-4'. Forbes had not become ambitious. She stated in was: that of a thief, wife beater, and a liar gave the same answer to the same question when a compel the Board to remove him as! .. mattnipediency "

explanation that the real difficulty began two years and that his name was a byword in the town and motion was made and carried that the vote by which This; the Board will not do dill! I' 'V V

beiore when Dr. Forbes began to plan for the lav\ mat his wife joined his lies and was so completely the first section was adopted be reconsidered and it jury to the University, because of the cIOn.i: ', '

school and the school of technology. under his domination that :she: would sign without be stricken out. The resolutions were then renumbered must be laid} to Mr. Stetson: and not tIJ the II" 'I, _

Metsou I'omplaius' of the l.unleu. reading any papers which he would prepare. Mr. and a motion to adopt as a whole was of the Board. : ,

Mr. Stetson had often complained that the University stetson demanded that the Trustees should attend made and was put by the president, both the "ayes"and Perhaps TLi Na *'Renef lnt Ji>.letttIeH*>j".

was getting to be a greater burden than he cared the meeting called July 3rd, and to remove Dr. ""nays" being called for. There being no negative The following items show Sir Stetson's aUi&arlol

to bear alone, and it was with great pleasure that Dr. Forbes. There being no evidence to warrant such a votes the resolutions were declared carried unan toward the University since Dr. Forbeo'vin
Forbes went to Mr. Stetson with the information course: and finding that they would net do so, a compromise imously. First. Mrs. Stetson wrote a note to Dr Fortea tie I

that he had secured a gift of $60,000.00 for a Hall ot was proposed, Mr. Stetson agreeing that At the meeting in February when the correctness next morning after the vindication withdrawing
of this record was questioned the members iSl2<>0) for the Chair of English which k4
Science. This information did not give Mr. Stet ,m Ur. Forbes should remain as president but insisting present per year
: and objecting to the record were several times asked I been given in her name; thin. too. uotffitht jdisg fa
the pleasure that Dr. Forbes believed that would, that he should resign as treasurer and that the
fact that she had said l letter to Hev MickU-r tItt
in a ,
if they or of them voted a single negative at the "
be cancelled. any
he was, with great difficulty, persuaded to givea July meeting
would berse i and Mr. Stetson
time and no one claimed or could claim that such a nothing give : . gr.etttpha
thou fur Forbes to -
portion of the five -acres opposite Elizabeth hall as Igrees Maj. ..'!ure than ur. Forbes,' complete vindication.uJly .

a site for the new building which five he had, in the It was understood that the settlement as agreed to, vote was cast. See? Tile advertisement I$::O per year) whkfc
and vindication of Dr. Forbes and During the discussion at the time the resolutionswere the John D. Stetson To. bad maintained the Ua
past, agreed to give to the University entire. implied was, a a in M-
Jlr.. Forbes Prostrated. uehef in his innocence, and the matter was considered under consideration in the September meeting sity paper The Collegia'e, for years was JiacontiBO.

The evident hostility of Mr. Stetson toward Dr. finally closed. The Board meeting was not a single remark was made by any of the speakers Thirdly, Mr. :Stetson haJ insisted" that the Vii-
other than Dr. Forbes and all iersity steam plant should be changed in cuaaattiBO
complimentary to
cancelled and the of Dr. Forbes expressed -
Forbes in the face of the fact that he had stated resignation as treas-
a belief in his innocence. with the Scic nc .- Hall improvement:, though the aao *f
his utter disbelief: of the slanderous rumors, so prostrated urer was forwarded to Mr. Stetson, as president of was not given for that purpoSe.! Ufo decided the ..t- i ,

Mrs. Forbes that the Doctor was obliged to the Board and all other conditions imposed upon Dr. Hl'olutious iu Full. ter while Dr. Forbes was away and ordered it Jo*'*.

take her to a hospital for treatment. Forbes were complied with. The resolutions as finally adopted are as fol- His own employes, whom be would have bad to pay &$ t

He remained at the hospital with her until the "'1he .Mjfger lu the \\ uJVill'" It DMudged. lows : summer, were employed in tlua wornthe! Uiw# *rty

doctors: insisted that he must leave or he would also It soon became apparent that the Stetsons were Whereas, certain rumors have been spread and being charged a percentage of profit in advance of tWff
the but that their the conduct of Dr. F. regular wages. After the Uuivcrmty opened sad w.....
become a patient there. Prostrated, through fear not abiding by agreement agents published regarding John
cold and the work bUll
was expected WM ft-
that Mrs.:: Forbes might not recover, so weak from and the attorney were working harder than ever to Forbes, the president of this University, and Mrs.L. finished, the{ following every letter was written to Dr. Foiki d

loss of sleep that he could hardly walk or speak and overthrow Dr. Forbes and showed by the methods B. Mathes, then a member of the faculty, duringthe by Mr. :Stevens:> Mr. Stetson's manager:

still trusting in the friendship of Mr. Stetson, Dr. employed that they were determined to accomplish summer of 1901, which rumors were of a character JOHN II. TETMN.

Forbes left the hospital and went to Mr. Stetson's that purpose, if possible, and at any cost.Preideut calculated! to reflect upon them and to injure the .. (;ro\\l'r of .

}home Ashbourne, Pa., to which Mr. Stetson had Agaiii einuud Iinettiatiou. University, and Faun. 1'ineupplesl'rarhr* and Orange,
in the meantime returned. Dr. Forbes then demanded that the secretary call Whereas, such rumors were brought to the atten- Proprietor of I
Electric and Ire
Metoou Mimesis a Trip Abroad. another meeting of the Board of Trustees, and demanded tion of the president of this Board, who made an effort Light and >a\ Mill.Company, 1 1JI.

Mr. Stetson asserted that since Dr. Forbes had again ar the hands of the Board a full and ; to examine into them, and the committee selected B. MEVE.NS, (:itnm Maoatr,

been away from DeLand that the matter had become complete: investigation of the rumors, gossip, etc., b\ him after-such examination as he saw fit to make Stetson, Florida.

widespread and that Mrs. Forbes would never be although twice passed upon by committees of Mr. pronounced them not proven.to be true, and Oct 17tL, l'ft'"j'

';4 able to live there again as the conditions would l l/e Stetson own choosing and both times exoneratingDr. Whereas, the president of this Board engaged an Dr. J. F. Forbes,

intolerable. He then suggested that Dr. Forbes Forbes. Dr. Forges wrote Mr. Stetson a per- attorney make: inquiries about the matter and I DeLand, Fla.! ,

take a >ear's leave of absence on full pay, leavingthe M nal letter in connection with this call for a meet- procure affidavits, after diligent search through the DEAR SIR-

University charge of the Deans and that Dr, ing, saying that he had called the meeting expressly state, and elsewhere in an effort to arrive at the factsin If the University dill wish the eervifiva eI seer
men, after this date you will have to pay the f."ilg'
Forbes place his tentative resignation in his hands, tl). have tile alleged matter against his character, inMr. the case, and prices per dad :

secret, Stetson's possession, fully investigated. The Whereas, Dr. Forbes has heretofore: insisted re- '
promising that it would be kept a profound For Mr. Burton, five dollars per day; for Waul
and that furthermore, if :Mrs. Forbes' health would secretary then issued a call for a full meeting of the peatedly upon a proper and formal investigation by Skinner, three dollars and fifty centp per day, &ad for

hermit, the Doctor should return to his work toward Board to be held at 7130: p. m., on Thursday, September this Board of such charges as the president or others', each of their helpers one dollar and fifty cents per ikj. i r

the end of the school year and the nutter of the resignation iSth, 1902. Immediately upon receipt of this might make, and Of course if you do not want them at the*) pries t j
call Mr. Stetson of the Board issueda Whereas this meeting called by the you can let them come back to us. ?
should never be known. Dr. Forbes. Wing as president : was secretary 1

worn out in both body and mind and burdened with call for another meeting to be held the same day at the request of Dr. Forbes for the purpose of arriving Yours II. C.truly STEVEX*, Gen 1 Mgr. #
\\t.rroer Mrs. Forbes'condition, accepted the and place!: at 7 p. m., (a half hour earlier). at the truth of the matter and acting upon the .
offer' and in good faith wrote his Juhii It. I Kesortt: to "IVrporaliou lactic-". conclusions reached, therefore, There was no alternative but to pay the tIf5W,
as a one
generous no matter how great, as every days dt-Uy wag! da.i&rr 1
'peLand. Believing that it was intended by Mr. Stetson to Be it resolved :
tentative and returned to
resignation ou3 and they knew it. A pistol at the bead eooU t*
effort of Dr. Forbes obtain full and That have and examinedinto
thwart the to a i. we patiently carefully The Bt
The lJot"torltbtlra n s iguatiou. no more imperative. waged the milD v&re
Upon Dr. Forbes' arrival in DeLand he found, instead complete investigation, by calling his meeting a few the facts bearing upon all rumors, charges and raised by Mr. Stetson except possibly slightly ia WW '

ot the cold reception he had been led to expect, moments prior to the hour: named in the call by the suspicions, affecting or concerning Dr. Forbes and instance. Tee University paid Mr. Stetson over t2.08Q? t
generally secretary, and prevent action other than upon such !Mrs. Mathes, and we declare tint there are no fact3 on account of labor and material on Science Hall AId '
that students and townspeople
faculty, assured him in no measured matters as he would present, and each of the Trustees to support the said rumors, charges and suspicions.and the team plant.
I greeted him cordially and This having received from Mr. Stetson over his own that Dr. Forbes is a gentleman \>f the highest FortLly, Mr. Stetson refused to sign the papers for
terms of their sympathy and support. :: the .urcbase of the Winters property though he aJ-
conditionwas hand, a long communication marked "Private and integrity, a Christian, whose conduct is and has been |
coupled with the news that Mrs. Forbes' mitted that the bargain was' a good one. }
in which after making certain above reproach, whose high ideals of duty and moral- '
was caused the Doctor to change hs strictly Fifthly He has so far refused to give a deed to
min improving regarding,a leave of absence and he decided to statements against Dr. Forbes he said : "It is not ity have been an uplifting force in this University, any part of the lot on which Science Hall atacd,

withdraw his tentative resignation and at once resume necessary for us to pass upon the possible or prob- and its strength and hope. an educator of rare attainments though be originally agreed to give the whole fife

Mr. Stetson stating his able extent of his indiscretion or guilt" it was decided an officer of exceptional ability, whose acres. a
his work. He wrote letter from necessary that a preliminary meeting shouldbe whole soul i is wrapped up in this University, which Sixthly, In the interview with Mr. Stetson printedin
change of plan and received in reply a tie North American, Mr. Stetson plain.
I his held by some of the Trustees to agree upon such he has given the best years of his life to create. Philadelphia
Mr. Stetson saying that he had not changed ly states that he has abandoned the University, that he
of action as would enable them to make the Concerning Mrs. Mathes, we find no just basis for
mind and that he should expect Dr. Forbes to mo'ehis course I made haste to cut it out of his will. attempted to blacken -
full investigation desired. This meeting was held the rumors charges or insinuations; reflecting upon. I I '
effects from the house at the end of the year. the name of Dr. Forbes, and insulted his colleague
The Doctor consulted with some of the local Trus- :at Melrose Hall. It was agreed at this meeting that, or tending to reflect upon her character or reputation : on the board by saying that the board's action WM

his tentative whatever the outcome of the investigation, the University \r e regret exceedingly the occurrences which simply a whitewash.
tees and they all advised him withdraw did. Information. should no longer be run by one man; that have caused her to feel unwilling to remain longerin And yet it is said that the majority of the board J

) .- .PIne resignation to Dr. Forbes at once that, which Dr, Fosttt'he bad been cut -'1he business should be managed by a committee and I the University. ,.__? _, *__ are knifing Mr. Stetson.- '-- e1
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1 ioooooooooooooooooooooooooo astute business men of : MrJ.
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ;, Strt'ion-or his ostensible representa- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o ty. Mr. Stetson stated to deponent.' 0 0 H. Law;' a deacon in FIOic tbt Baptist

g Clear-Cut Statement i j tn ci- remained implacable, and the g Two Letters and 0 that Dr. Forbes made a very strong o A Strong Appeal) ) church ol DeLaud .aud noted fur Lit

0 millionaire benefactor of the institution and impressive appeal. and that at its 0 blameless. life: Mr. J. T. 1 me

| from Jlr. Calliuun o I gave U out that he had cut out 8 An Alliilavit I close Dr. Foster said "that's a1' to Manliin, olo man who ha built the I.\t"aieiaou

oooooooooooooooooooooooooo1 0 from hi* will the legacy he had intended o 0 thoroughly manly position." and Mr. j''OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO c University building: Mr. t. U.

for the school. This broughtup OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAFFIDAVIT Sexson himself added. emphatically. Solomon a prominent and retby!

: From tbe Twp Tribune, Man-It 4. 1 to the board of Trustees the question OF CEORGE: M. FOI< ES. "that is right." From tb Foli.to Baptist WltDew. Starch II. business man of Dayton. Ohio. Mr U.

Editor Tribune: So much has been of choice between the man who GEORGE M. FORBES. We notice withregrt't that a few of F. tamp, of White Spring, a 0140
had of his and the ST.\TEOP NEW YORK over Florida fur hi
given surplus man kno\n ibusiness
said in the State press, about the dim- / Sworn to before me, this ind day oiSeptember have entirely
state eichanges
COUNTY U our and
who had given his e'work-the man OF MONROE. ( '". success upright character -
culty and scandal at Stetson University who gave money in sustenance and the CITY OF ROCHESTFR. ) 1 02. misrepresented the matter of the : Kcv. William li. htc"art, ,e

and there is such an ev ident trend man who had given ability and talent GEO. A. OLIVER controversy between the Board of tired naval chaplain who moved toDC

in a portion ot the press, to lav or one and judgment and skill and who had George M Forbes of Rochester, N. Notary Publi Trustees of the University and Mr Land. some years ago to educate
conferred in Y. being duly sworn deposes and says: his son, who is still a pupdot tbe Uivertty -
tide ot the controversy, .[h1l1 ask, room success practical operation confident that those
that in the Stetson. We are D. I'.
They wisely decided in favor of latter part ot June. 1002. he LETTER FROM. MRS. STETSON' : Mayor Fietctocr, u
lor a )ummary- lIntl as may: be-ot received a letter from John B. Stetson who made these misrepret-entations Jacksonville, of whom that noble >
the who had bestowed life in el
man This i is the letter referred to in the
the circumstance* attending ine affair preference to the man who had bestowed : Ashbourne.. Pa.. requestinghim foregoing affidavit as having been !; did so Dimply from the fact that the* may well b proud for bu character
attd ability Mr.
irom tne beginning i have nad personal to come to Ashbourne for a per the facts of pre-eminent : SI14l.
money only.! The man who written to draw Dr. Forbes out. were misinformed
iiaeiesi ana reason, to inuucc luc sonal interview in the interest of his Wright, a prominent l.r"DCe man
glmoney: had been rewarded by o'i Dear Dr. Forbes: I the case. In our long connection with and a Mason, who Das occupied th
brother Dr.
investigation 1F Forbes DeLand .
to give the matter a tlioiougn having the institution named in his ,
An impression comes to me often of Florida have found most responsible position ot .
Fla. that in the :: :: the press we order
troui an cn.iir.cli. unbiased stauUpomi. honor ; response:: to invitationhe tht
he had
been acclaimed
1 would like! 10 nuke: Ill)' conclusions philanthropist, had got the a worth noble he \" to Ashbourne and had an in- with great force. It is this: Mr Stetson the men who occupy Its tripods pre- : Prot. F. U)Iuir. of 1, I> .

public tnrougn .)UUI ,-vIUllob... oi his: money. The other man must terview with Mr. Stetson, Mrs. Stetson knows himself the to be in a position eminently fair and just, and we are a man of long the agricultural hi" C'OIt ouoebalf _,
where he can help University some,
Ihe uiain point at LUv whether fain be content with the sense of dim being present ,the greater part of sufficiently for the demands sure that their usual wisdom and unbiased went of the slate, and who w trluj. "
Dut possibly not
: Dr. J-orbcs, president oi tnc insutut.on :: the time: and taking part in the conversation I '
. performed and the affection oi the of a work which is growing so judgment will not be found the first trustees ot the Uniteruty

has:: bieu gum oi crmmtai "scoiiuuct oung men and women whom he hadso ; that the following statements last, and I have been wondering if by I[ wanting in this matter which i isI s.> Kev. Thomas J. Spark man, a ."tl.t .,

WI111 ouc oi tne icuiaic uaih- greatly benefitted, and for him there are based upon written memo- minister ot ability and promiocuir,
cr5. Alas has Utn charged upon bun.! is no other reward randa made bv him upon the same da remaining on the Board he is thit not I important to the cause of education who moved to DeLand nearly to ,

it true, he should have ueeu removed It is impossible to explain or account and immediately after the interview: thereby otherwise hindering the opportunity of from: within the state. years ago to educate hit lira and .

trom his place. li urarue the pro for Mr. Stetson's attitude and conduct Deponent states that the \'erposi.. might come support I have inti The impression appear t nave WJI: Ucv. Dr Hob-ton, of J.dhul' ')
other Ftrhaps
ceeamgs 01 the trustees:: who icmovruMr. except upon grounds which I will not hive impression:: derived from the Conversation mated sources.much before and 1 prevailed that no investigation ba- ville, whose occupancy of tbe onxt \'

Stetson irom the presidency:: ol express in words, lest he might be of both Mr and Mrs. Stet- as the to you responsibility been made of the charges against prominent Baptist puipit in FioriUaspcaki

: tncir board and continued Ur. i-orbc blamed for things ior- which he is not son was that the real i issue they both now assume personal fur itself; and I.t, but noi
oi writing to you to say that I would 1 President Forbes. This, however, is the
m the presidency ami aUnInk1r.t4ufl:: 01 personally responsible. He is to be stated explicitly that they did not then \'eneraWe b1Hr
u. and had not at time, consideredhim like for you to think this matter over not the case. A full and complete investigation W. N. Chaudoin, for year :
tne institution:: arc luiry_ jusitti duly honored for what he has done, any m.y
1 will first con IUcl the question 01 and it would be unbecoming and guilt of anv thing more than an and give me your honest, untramelcd was made by the Board president ot tbe Baptist tlc louventioo. -
un- I think that if
of the .
matter. and who
opinion baa labored iWe
.the guilt or innocence oj v,. iorbcsLa iira.teiul to detract in the least from indiscretion The real i issue: seemed to of Trustees September 13, every member o/
would hi be bei- with tbe
he resign, ; place might tid trustees from its begin
:it July an attorney ui UcLauU, uliorepresented the credit due him. The people of be a personal grievance growing out which in or
ter tilled and the expansion oi the work of was present person aing, belore Mr. Meisou eiUt"
of the
: huitseli as:: acting lot .ui. Florida appreciate it, and question oi Dr. Forbes' resig-
arc grateful be assured. What he has given would by proxy. This investigation occupied ot luc University
Stetson, exhibited to me a ma::.:> 01 -but intelligent and fair-minded nation, and oi the motives which he
pub- value the work t\ e name these men to
have all the more by of two
wtath he had had a-crihed to Mr Stetson the greater part days D O".Iment
affidavits secured against lic entiment will approve the judgment in explaining broader. I do not think he them nor to them .ta ; ,
:; ir. 1'orUs ana the lady in question, of the board ot" trustees. regretful hi; action in the matter. Deponent becoming and every jot and title of evidencethat others, omJ. .
.retarded the work the at WeUo
has intentionally ; 11 O .
itfld vvbioh, I believe, .ULlI11e ;ail lit that the occasion arose for that states |hat this impression was but, knowing his limitations, be may could be raked and scraped was so by Utjt imple qui.i iou. UIB .

j ai been able to obtain up 10 till dajc. t.odto make a decision.: very strongly confirmed by a docu. do Taking presented. ibis: What poasiue pour toad
have appeared to to so.
in it an there s\as uot a :shred: 01 This is a very brief and insufficient merit partly read to him by Mr, Stet this view oi the you matter, would it THE RESULT WAS A UNANIMOUS 'resident t'orba hate our Uur ,

what any court woulU call eviueute resume of the incident, but it is true son. They tated thai it was a docu- for him ': Then splendid mtu. louuce them to u- ,

i gate it careiut lonsidcratioii.:: liietc that in no detail of the circumstances ment taken bv Mrs. Stetson to De- not be better to resign AtQUTAL tarn him, EXtEPl kits i Al( at.
-the I
was absolutely: nothing m it but hearsay -which have nececsanly been omit- Land durinz the early vacation and in the work could be reorganized This was the SEtO D acquittal that ot an iuiioceut mail? The .uui .t

; and rumor, the mioi chat ot idle ted. -is there the shadow oi anythingthat the absence of Dr. Forbes and out- name of the institution could be and had the of every member dream ot a hypnotist O\ ro ro.J of r
changed if it would seem wie. and I Trustees. The
of the Board of
gossip. Ine foundation oi it Mas the would lead to other conclusion lining a plan of action for the Execu- weaklings wuuiu 10t dow .niipuur

surmise: 01 a man whom Ur. tort/c than Dr. Forbes and the trustees who tive committee and the Board oi Trustees might not the work rally no its; support I first acquittal was by a :special committee apart troui au} oilier ludut un. i u.y
more means under a name that could composed of Mr. Stetson lle.I \ pica ot au uuawkiiiati.t.union .
had detected in :stealing systematically:: "utain him are entirely in the right.J. regarding Dr. Forbes. The planproposed i lit in
Prof. G. li. Foster
command more influence, thereby expanding W. H. Stewart and oat ked by slroug, Uci ,
involved put
irom the university, ana wuom ne hau D. an acceptance ot c bpir4ti
CALHOCN.Kn.uj the work and of the of University.
and aireuuoua lite
power wliiuti
Dr Chicago u
: discharged trom nis connection vviih 4. Forbes' resignation but proposedboth :school? At the last meeting of the Hoard of agreatiiialiluiluu hum \IH I"
it. .\ m..n110 was .uter....rd" di- on the part of the Executive committee 3' it askedif !i4.IIUul
1 retrain from thus Trustees, February house
cannot writing wa a virility and deep Uv "
missed in disgrace: irom the \ldhuJI..lmml and the Board of Trustees a single trustee who voi .v.w !
because the thought recurs to me thee was a Ula CaUac =>UCU a* hew oat iicouiUb.sc ,
:>try tor thttt, lying, profile JIM hearty endonement of Dr. Forbes' administration ed against the acquittal, let him then .
with ever-increasing iorce and i is driven ..CUWJU.Itl su. 1 a rc ati
obscene language and wite beating and a complete exoneration form hence hod;
and ttere so or
I home to me with conviction that say I Iboc uicu b oeco ui. uiio to Mr
U.- Tiuil'iii. Mutvti
iiis testimony: evidently rank perjury I irom any misconduct.. The impression his peace. Silence tolioweu Inc au aouic motive Jur lUm .
now be the turning oi the tide tcttl a.U
bated upon a desire jut reveii i equally We have carefully read every tint the real issue with Mr may' nouncement. There was no one who apart how luumru. eol Ph ,'
whereby the whole future work of the tt ,- I
evidently prepared vulh much SKIII line of the statement publishedin Std'.na Dr. Fortes'! retirement made such a claim. uciit: Forues laigut d.
University be determined. It b.ui U.I .
lU steer clear ot any a-scrlion *11 i lad the Supplement of March 4 by irom the presidency and not his guilt may seemsa Again, no new evidence has either such was uoi ine ca... Mere

which could be rebutted to pn-u' lulalsity the trustees of Stetson University ; and that hi- .Ie interest. in the matter :shame that so much money should been found agaiiiit President lot bo 1u Ira nds aim colaboreraud.I.\ tur .

: -was not ot the _Jiglii.3i n,in : and it i U painfully apparent w.i' per'i nial and till more strongly have been placed there ando much nor has Mr. Stetson sought to offei past history ol totI mur-.ty. .u

in showing a state ul lacti a= aiii '-'I. from this that the millionaire cuiitinm.d bv the correspondence labor as you have personally invested which. tuc-y Uoiiori-u .i iu uui>))

Ihis testimony was uppoiitii l la Ii> once ! has fallen into hh dot ire. Atone man'position a limitation should b<> Board of Trustees. The aim itiey have been UUMIIIUI
solitary assertion oi tail III UK ..> had! -uygrsied in the interview that to iiiarc uniiiKtr
time be sent his wife downto placed on its possibilities pe! truth U that chairman of the ;
t'rraUicut .
company amdaHl::, nuineruu-_ the matter could best be settled b\ i against toiox io me ,
DeLand and demanded of thetrustees His resignation need not neces..arlyremo'e is elected every year. Whet prejudice the _
they were.'ihe dr.jppmu all aquation oi it and by both linviliuy) io II\I
a transfer of the entire his interest in the work nor vote was taken this y.a Ur lUcy bavc given tbc utibeir V
matter has been: the =ubjnt! troperitof the university to prevent his continued donations to It. Chaudoin received the largest number ocst .
three ulnClall1l\esugatlulb. liietiiM Board oi I rti-tees and to the faculty .c.r,
her! There i is no evidence What do think of it? of votes cast and was dedare.1eected ibu
was by a committee, composed oi \1I aeainst For6e except that of th.it their differences were satisfartoriK you Very sincerelyours This was a natural rc"UI dUO AOOLll'r oi Presiuiui chapter loion& pertctu
Stetson, Kcv. \\ rD li. Mexvart ..111.1Kev. 1 adui-ted and that they were u.u iu.he
the wife-beater thief whose prepared Elizabeth Stetson. ion, as one out ot ympatrn preacOl taCl.ca ot J4r Ulwu
Dr. George li. Foster ..I huagu dismissal from the office of steward to ,'o-"I>,'rall: for the good of the with the and aUunn
University it Lawyei t,
May 2d, 190.2.DR. .0 'SLC' u
the latter being a special reprociua caused him to seek revenue mmersitv Alter the inten iew. Mr istration. was in a position:: as chairman .1 tretjucul JIKlt.hvu 1"b.tc iu UM p48eVLaI

live ol the University ul LhuMgi., win.wmch atrain- the president. If the Stitsuiir.. to deponent that he put FORBfS' REPLY TO MRS. STETSON of the board to greatly hainpei quaricr at the i vl.t're .ti

Mctson University IttIlhiattd. c.n-il) trustees allow themselves to he III writing suggestion, as Mr Stetson the administration, but as i uicr. .\ hai are iur iics .

'Ihis: committee, ul vvhuiiMr. scared or badgered into a re- .\ uld like to consider it cart ull) This is the letter written by Dr. trustee. he would lie unable to do so i iu a word, arc 1't they to: break d*>..

btftson was a iiiriuuer, unu >uvcdly mo\'alof Forbes they will showa Deponent t.implied with this request, Forbes in reply and which has already It was, therefore, felt to be wiser t. i .Ut atttuuaOLr ol aiudtuu.at iitei ,

exonerated and ji-iuiiuJ DrForbes. more truckling subserviencyto and in order! t(. make it absolutely certain been published as reflecting in someway elect a man who was in harmon will 1 II 01 the ORe band add, I I.1t

'Ihe second examination a once great financier than that Dr Forbes'position in regardt upon the doctor. the University. To wise men then \'Uat., lo narij u

I: made by a large committee \\huli arrived we believe any dozen manly Floridians anvettle.m<-nt might not be misunderstood Ilt.I I Lt.su, KI.A.. May &, Me is no need of a defense of such a poiicv. r'orUs, I} crutiuutUK a ibcir trnl IWIMIUnoila I

at the :same: .oncluM"ii. Hn are capable! of. It would deponent served notice upon MItir Mrs. Stetson thai e.tttrr bi. o u t

third was made b) the entire bnard ..I be an act of s.here cowardice- Mr Stetson in writing that "no settlement I reeeheJ yourtrtlt-rot Ma)' -J last uihltkuJ What, therefore is the piton oi mat ol bia wtlc Bbau ""'e..".1'a) bc.icaib U- t

.hasten to re]>ly. Let lue gay at tbe outset Mr. Stetson? It isoimply ibc .
trustees\\enmy-Uflt gentlemen ul I litbighet would be accepted by Dr .Lc"n..U lie Aid uj .
with .U the emphasis I eun and dent Forbes must go tl"t"au'c he desires lo : Laat
l'IUtoOJ. revlgn ,
the boaid Forbes that based the Ma'io.a
: staudiigailti wa:> -- +-- was not upon aU.Ut
with .U the hit b I him so to do. lucre is
nia capable were iuc
unanimous in tile :same: finding It i-> conviction of his absolute innocenceof ill'rif aplrrel. UiivicpriMriiuiMMM,
ttiat I eaniiut imagine euluoiitv lu no other : except so Mr.
a well known principle l ot law that a IVojile Credit Humors Too Freely. any conduct unbecoming a man. a I "Telt..r Forbes ba-, mot him, the cuiuiuia .uo p.tlK-M tcL"I. ttut u
the and its' work, and future ot frorur
) _
1nl\'rI present 1e.4.tl a witiai
man shall not be twice placed m Christian or a ntlcman. In MrStetson's .1. fave >
:: jeopardy K
lion of that offence being tbdt he di-
From the IhrLaiiil Record, Januarj :31. than >fr. Metson's resintiutiuu from theItiturJ she wa cunpciurU to _
tor the :same otlence. \ ct Ui reply l he commented upon dined the ut
ut Tru-tt-e Such ttnnir is not to be to give up position pre"I'dent uiootha tn aad
People as: a general rule are too I 4 "A.tI the b ifeoi
t'orbes.as three times:: brought U the plan oi settlement suggested of the University when au-t- .
.. ur for matter of Utlom I. I'tisidtrui t'oruc ,
trial for the same alleged misconduct. prone to credit rumors ot a scandal, follows: 1 Ihis is all very well for tl"ujb In the I lulUen.l ot I the I'mverslt}', son told him to do -o. wrecked m "a* ,.
Louacqucocr Mr aici.011 -
Each time he was honorablv acquitted especially if such rumors affect the your brother but where do I come but tar, tariff mUUaltml.1 would I think of Haa matter Out or the twenty-four members of Koowa ibai lbi a v Hat. _1
with the :supplementary .vcruu.; that standing and good name of one who i is in''" thus ignoring. completely, anyquestion of toy' \l personal feeling itad relation to the Board of Trustees: six take ihi.- .and, ICe the uuateca.Lie .8 .

there had never been shown against: (prominent and stands high in the esti of Dr. F rbe..' guilt, and objecting Mr. Stetson, and ta a matter ut llbl'r'lt jus- Position with Mr. Stetson. Tbt"t t whipped Ul, Or adverts lo t"UMMtactics.

him a circumstance: which jusiihcd the imtiun of the people of the community to the proposed settlement lice and light Mr. tttaou ,1.IhJ at the !*- : nre: Uev. I avid Moore, ot Geneva. .

slightest!: :suspicion.: or state in which the party attacked solely on the ground that it would nut iuiiiiitr. so far as uij wl,11 id -o."rn. and Sew York, for many jean the mat i- .>_. the bUr and otaiiii

t_ It would ordinarily be supposed: that resides. It i is a deplorable con satisfy his personal claims to recognition. 1\tune woiked side by side, and heart to .aiate personal friend ol Mr. Stthon. '.'1 r .t 13 tueuot< C L ..
J. IU e.
this would be sufficient to settle the Jition of the mind of{ man or woman bl'll.nl tin.nc )i HI'S like blu1It'r be has bud 10 whom he is under great personal .\ irk ut this kind, in ibr ta.r wl

matter forever-but" it :seems: not tohave which nurtures! <.r even disseminates Two other circumstances which occurred a ('tut and I Hunt iiuN>rt>tnt 1 pal Uneven in.ju1auut .- obligations; Mr. H. A. Dewnl 01 .he ta.1e uo.But believe a
rumors; that affect the good name of 1 Ihettork, as buie aiias r'.iirport, New York. Early in tht will. Ulll tJ
done so ill thi,. -ta"". The pursuit a during the interview seemed to | d.l.i.f Out the lire |>ir.u| hu-
ot Dr. Forbes:: continued, anJ !hh neighbor or a citizen (.oj a community.md deponent to prove positively that Mr 1ull..11 o\er l"nth.T. and hid wlUI" ui>- ..Untory of the University, after the ida miorui tucoisclvr. ol tb* 1.'le l
sound bIn of the state had a flute
assailants the more heartless it becomes tn con l R/.I I irone hlt ilaptista given ooib aitie. ot lbi 4tafuid
Stetson had
: appealed to and Mrs not been
newspapers' every war aiid woof if the whole "ruetur for *10WO in compliance with Mr. D-- L.&uw'
and to public opinion. UuuLlr to make 'inue to agitate, distort and credit runiors with Dr. Forbes in the spirit of! -Ibis, of t'" -, without uieutimunir til lad Land's offer to give ill) (Nit) for endowurnt latte their ,t. u Ike Ml
that he.and tie alone has the wliolroik
a case against him belore the propei that have been investigated antIrotn true friendship and good faith and thus "possible-mine, an-J bi" m.l1 splendid.Kentrousandioiwaiil tht"ould the ,uuiv.Mr. recl0tltUlI and ritrbleouMtM,
tribunals undertook > false in every particular by an the i give and pitULlpicr Ur teUctc Ibr) wlu
that Ih.tudepended
:, they to uuue.r confirmed liiimpreSIofl Jfwf mode) at a meeting of the .
minent iiCurtI Inquiry' done and do tor >oi. DtLnd. -- -
as was upi
maine public confidence in his lioness slander interested them only as a
to formally
uu.1 -Mnmeiit ot Uu.ui.ik.and NJ.d. rccojrnu*
in e\ir) ,
to be the head ot the institution with n the case affecting the conduct of a means to a further end Deponenthad bll'aluays bao 11.11.11!'nw that I thinkit Its obligation to give his $14)thJ or to "FItit( "f FiirUfU IMt.

the evident purpose oi weakening it I.> leading and pronuncol'citizeil of{ this insisted that the slander had itiliceptioti would be ba.ll.tolll' h.1 .. history) ol allo any money he gave to be.countd From the }Ua Uetiuii>U*. nli
such an extent that lie would U- com lace. It does the town and its peoplei with an employee, discharged .oO.IUUIII llt' mutter hit 'UUII of 'dev ei"pment ot theWut a: interest on such obligation It u with feeliojf, ..i >haiiir tUat 1ktletropuhia

Idled to resign. They would rather, : great injustice and brings neither by Dr. Fort.eh'l was ntorions t in my} judgment mil task IIOH is not This, notwithstanding the fact the .
.Tedit nor honor to the or extension but intensive-eulture ot uhat wehave. i hoard had note from the Dote thai it :.III. i.. .
apparently, destroy the school than seehim part) parties aa thief and falsifier a, well 1 felt an almont irresistible a good B.- .
sucessfully administer it. This which discredit the finding of such aourt. as m the jealous rivalries and disap with respect to the wisdom of I "tlrllhl'\t tlul list Slate Board of Missiotisfor $10000 ,- what appears to it a spirit of 1.aI'M

; stage ot the case jusuties: tn) mtcrtcrcnce People should remember that ointments (ji certain women teachers Law fiepurinielit and Idlrt. r, 1lI with interest at eight per cent on the part of nuny ol the t-U.nda! pm
:- by this letirr. there arr always two sides to a question : who thought they had a grievance I, now In-lit nix' earnt-nt l"d"rhlibat foundation, I Ixrheve' us i Dr. Forbes insisted at a meeting ol tiers in tiieir di cu-Mou9 of ibotctson tnki-

: A brief review ot the circumstances:. and a conservative unprejudiced against Dr. Forbes, and that Mr. Stetson suid Ilo\t.\1 /111'oiii -k is instrciiirthen and IKTfttt the board that Mr. DeLand should matter
;and upright man will not give credit the organisation und not to attempt any ipecifically recognize obligation
is now in order. Mr. Stcl.uU"oi. not oi knowing thi, could and 'hould hb
further expun-uon ill Mine vears at IC t. I and Mid that Ue looked the ,
done he .
it wen not ha\'c m vain ia
publicity to a matter arfecjting the
t the founder (;i the school l. but his :services : have exercised his authority to stop it do not 11'1tIht"l-is a 111 in this countiy i I ,
character and good of ,J U than Metson to guideand would write Cbaudoin and notify per to find that
and contributionlargely made standing a at its very inception and that he could .1"1 lu..1 )11. pruiuiiitiui pl.LHe..
j au1uue of atrtngthenini.voui.ulidaIiiug him that the trustees had no JlO.UOO.is .
possible its present power and value. neighbor without just cause and in- still do so, U he would. Mr. Stetson and 111 perfecting.rl what Healreadyhave. it understood by everhud to the truatecj'ide ol the est ll *t

Dr. Forbes was eighteen ears Us iisputable facts to substantiate his de admitted in his replv that there was a There believe, I') fundamental .was }
> ago, ditlerenee' whatever between us ou was the case. Mr. DeLand let the wa given to the Mtvuri lon oi.

president and administrator beforeAir. cision.I'lirmd. 4. time when he could have stopped it, tL.1 point, and tture I:no man ou earth who meeting in anger but &i< a note and :slander 1 his taitmcni' ul ito rU
Stetson came Lo DC Land at all. but stated that he thought it had now tan take his plat-e with me-IU uij' jtrioiiul for ilO,000 afterward. For this he

Under his, direction and control: l the gone too far. atetillln.t iea-ct.| has never forgiven Dr. Forbes Ilev. trustees v.as published in hilt in ikeLcLand
S>sffia of Prt-utiuu. -< that any large sumf moneywill I
chodl grew beyond the intentions oiMr. Again in reply to Mr. Stetson's complaint I** needed for some >eaiD, exee|.t we take F. J. Lonjjdon, the pastor of JudgeStewart New, ol the Mb ui.unt *n4 I.

Stetson and the hopes: of its pre:. From the f lanJo Kewird March 8. that Dr. Forbe-> had impugnedhis that up the can matter wait \ ot m<--ased we endowment continue to but tie who has been so active in show Mr. tehcJ up m r.iitcr "M unenviable

: ident. As .. and The Stthun.ide of the universitv deponent stated that Dr. 'HtU.lf his persecutions of President Forbes
vigorous energeticman motives lrull'rOII nest j ear :\e but t been this,h$ light -ho., thai ihe .
Dr. Forbes: undertook to c"ralhl imbroglio has had its innings in the Forbes had received his intubations a; w e have no deficit Ins year. the M Judge Stewart Ling the \ I at

L the school to meet the demand! jot cd newspapers of the state, but the defense to Mr Stetson's real motives m the very'br line outlook indeed tOl ami tuJcns the lor next problviu year to is most prominent member of 'hris otgauun'abut. "huh '\ um !, his
only was d Dr
ucational facilities in Flunda to nuke has hardly been }heard, until now the matter chiefly from Mrs. Stetson herself solve will I* to fret urea In I" mole room tot tian (or Disciples) church; Mr. II. B and bcl tCU"uo by t.rb.
not by Mr
it in fact, as well jrs in name, a real irtistees of the university issue a full, and then reterred to a letter writ dot taiLor) students. Stevens, an employe of Mr. Stetson: latter Mci-on and tlut. ibc
Lei au) m cUlclu.ln: that nothing 1 Mr. Arthur Hamlin the only aiiempied lo
university. Ihis: :seems: : to have encountered otnplfte and convincing statement of ten ,,10 Dr. Forbes by Mrs. Stetson in I.net.Wl IV e tit could atiiiiate uiy atleeUoU Ctl los regulars employed f-orleb' removed b..1 L
the disapproval oi Mr. Stetson heir :side: of the question. which she referred to her husband aspossiblv Mr. MtlMiu. I ntvir iovtd luy own ItbtilittLer lawyer of Mr. Stetson. We do without an mvc..
linn, li tuu\' bun, and I want to. if i not make the charge that thee menare lion, and this the trutUevrry ngtillrelumed >
hereupon Dr. Foibes appealcusuccessfully They show beyond peradventure ofi an obstruction to the work of ,.
; may. w' ikwliti turn 1 long a* we bUlb shall in their to do 1 bh
position n ol the tin
to others tot aid. Now doubt that Stetson has pursued a sy-- the university and suggested the advisability live. .Nu. ii", Ii), by' in mi'HUH. would I ad intuen't on rep .
\16 or allow *i lair a.i m) |>o t-r or hodueneet.at.uilt.th this mater by these relationships: lee* sh.y. that all the "rvidvBt-r .ofe
Mr \
comes: in an tlnnent which must U tematic course of persecution against j (j his retirement. Stetson .
In Mr. but i
Hliy t.Llh.i "tlh.\'ir SIHson's it is a :striking coincidence that milted against Urorb .
alluded to with the utmost:: delicacj President Forbes:: in his: endeavors to quickly replied: "Yes. we have relations lit Loh..rI), except to the men who antagonize President and hearsay, > wa biiameii .

and with much hesitation. At the !Ia\.. that gentleman removed from theresidrncy that letter we: know all about it. That ",,1.II 1.o"I. Forbes to sustain such rela except a paper ) 4 .
happen 1'urki-
a heart lull cf gratitude to you foi all who had been diChu1gr4
time Dr. Forbes inaugurated; some enlargements ) : that: his course has been letter was written to draw Dr. Forbesout your kindness, pie&tnt and past 1 am, ab tionships.Mr. ab steward at the l'lun'nl -

: -notabl) bcieiicc: Hall, ine of misrepresentation and deception ," thus clearly implying that the ever, Sincerely yours T. C. Search, another member () lot tfral111 .
costing $6oOOO-Mrs. Stetson appears: ; that there was no whitewashing letter was a trap deliberately worded J K. r OUUES.lir of the bard, whose proxy Mr. Stet- y. wile beating. protanit) ,ib,
: on the scene and :seems to have taken ,f President Forbes in the late report; so as to elicit from Dr. Forbes some son \ President Forties a vva not only accused ol iraliB.
the and have the desire for Mr. Stet the Editor of the HajitM Courier.Dr. I letter that he had irom the University, but 'iron the
ndtjlh ci
on scene :o(ems to <>n contrary. they how that Stetson expression a saying written Mr.

the matter out of the hands ot i her did not at any time desire an iliestigration son's retirement. A. J. S. Thomas, editor ci the Stetson to hand in his resignation as Methodic church and | .orth lea

husband. Mr. Stetson is claimed to .- and fought it as long as he The interview made it perfectly clearto Baptist Courier, Greenville. S. c. says a member of the bard, in view of the nected.It society.. with which be b CL'

have been feariul that the requirements :ould; they show that in their investigation deponent that Mr. Stetson considered editorially: fact that he was away and so

t of the school in a financial way would of the charges they went into the his authority as absolute regarding "It is a great pity that this opposition busy that he felt himself unable to is perhaps unwift for the newt-

t. outrun his means, or the means he matter thoroughly, taking all kinds ci the university. and that Dr. Forbes' : to Dr. Forbes has.arisen. We have form an opinion on the matter. Mr. papers to try this cue at all until alter

had 'provided for it in his mind and evidence, suspicions. rumors and talk chief offence was that he had pre- known him wel ior several years, and Search was for many ears superintendent the courts have but if O utk 111In

k will. Dr. Forbes _assured him that of every kind, investigating fully everj sume-] to question that authority and we believe one of the best men of Mr. btet&on's factory in be I is but righ that lh other .M

such was not the case, but that it hint of wrong doing and yet finding withdraw his tentative resignation contrary we have, and he has certainly provedby Pbiadelphia. other m the um .
members of this There
would be self-sustaining on the enlarged nothing on which to base a charge to Mr. Stetson's wish. This feel. his works that he is a great educator board-art the men who are on record as seems to b to much ..attempt

0 basis. It seems that this as- against Dr. Forbes, a judgment that inj;:; of absolute ownership: ol the insti- and a man of superior executive upholding the moral integrity of because to tide Mr. SfS. Imp

surance was well iounded, as the Stetson himself is on record as having tution was illustrated by the remark and administrative ability. It will be President Forbes and who say unqualifiedly the he has 71 I

school is paying its way, includng the fully endorsed. that he did not know what he shoulddo calamity to the Baptists of Florida. that be should remain in.. lm\euiy. with to baU tt l

building of Science Hall, without draw- The whole trouble seems to have with it. "He had thought he would and to the 'cause ci education, if he is his as president of the Uni or th reputation ]

ing upon Mr. Stetson for any deficiency been caused by the interference of Mrs write to Booker -T. Washington and driven from his present position. \Ve position are: Governor Jennings, I Forbes: who ha given the bett year

-which it had not done previously.This Stetson, the jealousy of Mr. Stetson 1 ,turn the whole thing over to him.:' begin to ask. what is a life of a quarterof who had a bare personal acquaintance oi his life-and ha, in reain) bits

fully vindicates both the judgment and the underhand, villainous work ot !. Another statement oi Mr. Stetson's related a century "worth lived in the open with President Forbes before his Unfortunate worth far more to the Utuveritty than !

: and the admnisitration ot Dr. Forbes the creature whom Stetson employeds to the interview between Mr. before the public, in public work tn persecution began; Rev. Mr. Stetson Money is not ll 4

and proves that he had a correct esti- : an attorney. Stetson Dr. Foster and Dr. Forbes the interest of the young. in the up Dr. MacArthur, the most prominent essential to the development a

mate of the demand for higher educa- The cases now in the Federal courts when Dr. Forbes made an appeal to building of a community and State. In Baptist minister in New York: Mr. K.O. :. tln. a State nr a College, and the ,

tion in Florida. will bring out the whole truth in the Mr. Stetson for justice to Mrs. Mathes, the cause of the Redeemer. if a man Painter, a prominent manufacturer man who pt)1eeKC. unly a large brim

.- Notwithstanding he had twice signed matter, and there cfn be but little and urged that justice required that, as like Dr. Forbes is to be broken down and the proprietor of two newspapers 1 i and heart .u..iJ t""iestly i-

:jJ.< reports and findings entirely and hon- doubt that Dr. Forbes will receive full innocent she ought to be restored to and driven out after his trustees have in DeLand; Mr. James S. treated as the mun \i. i' %

Dr. Forbes, Mr and .fair vindication, .4- her position. and work in the universi- pronounced hjm without regroadv Turner, of Levi SiliCa one of the most a large purse _. .

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ILL FIGURE IN POLITICS. I I I tarn and absolute -I .
triumph of
oppression, greed and injustice. J F. EDWARDS' .
Plants *
Stetson University Scandal "Since then, In the present condi- Young

tion of our fallen human
lily to Become Stale Issue nature no I BIG WHISKEY HOUSE
mean are open to us to tt'iY the ruin- I That is the question' we would like
Jennings Involved our dominance Every farmer knows that ,
of wickedness except to have any member of the W. C. T.
iii. war-adopted as the last resort when U. some plants grow better than Gainesville and Ocala, Fla.
or similar
organization! an-
:Seedy terry paper 10 Florida kdNug -' all other means bave been tried iu I ethers. Soil may be the same iT.= ---I o
vain-no swer. If it is admitted that thearmy.canteen
the StrUou-Forbes Christian 73T
contro- may med have i and seed may seem the same -
DeLaud any missgiviuK kt t>kiug part in that made drunkards, surely the -.
end Ibtt t-eusation has i
pI, but some plants are weak and -
: awful yet tiual: arbitrament in which patent medicine syndicates make a 4 -
up nearly every section in the others -
the strong.
are left ..
to the determination thousand times as many. So one is! -
'R. Toe Baptist are also divided of the God of Battles. Hence it And that's the way with c : :r:
i ignorant of the fact that there are .
tb question, and iu some quarters I is Hut he who brings good out of evil children. They are like young z it oJ.- (;J:
million dollar's worth of tllese"I'oh.lic It
",aid that the i-caudal will have and rebound mhkes even the wrath of man many nostrums sold etch plants. Same food, same home, y <-= t'.... .-...
to His ,
nne.. so often year 3: -
of Gov. caurswar but _
keeping Jen- .
tendency Mme care some grow big ) ::;
,1 amid ail its aiiil ttiHt multitudes of -
terrible acvuleut- people are : :: 0 *" :2.'S ::.
the eutUorial ti-id while others
of bebU """
rpout tend in strong stay.mall it
| a marked manner to the en thus Hecrt-'ly and i ignorantly turned 1:=
II'If candidacy would make aLe not lenient Individual chancier.There .' and \veak. _.. .
into drunkard Last year a great -. -
mpaSU ifoue: which would has scarcely been any war m Scott's Emulsion offers an -. -.-

L\'ttly! injure that denomination. whu-hsomeof the finest elements of temperance reformer's portrait and .->>y way out of the difficulty. -.o.. --

virtue have not been addut-ed. What testimonials were blazoned rii every
;Lhild weakness often -
Jriinings, in this controversy, means -
jv. pleudor of self-snerifier, what uiiMiuhinjj jMlow journal in the country, extol- starvation not because of lack l'.UIOt'SXIII:t'SEIL' lusrii HEIR: ,
ietbampiouedtheForbessideof the
(' battk-brunt ot heroism I _
what hug the virtues of a uostru.u largely -
irallJ has received much ct-nute' sense of the absolute )t food, but because the food I
supremacy math up of alcohol. It was the al- and BRANDIES.

,,0, those >*ho are defending J. B. : outy, does wsr call! forth, even in the ices not feed. My|:2oo Rye.. or Bourbon at.._. _...............$1,75 My {4 oo Gin at... .................? .....-.-.|j
I 11uIULI ochul iu u that gave it its power and Scott's Emulsion feeds My 2.50 ..' ................. ...... 2 oo My !.OO North Carolina Corn at... ... I
i >a, the founder of the uuiver-- J .t an t most iguujut soldier! really My 3,00 .. ... ......... .., i56 My 2. o" .. M'tnDewCorn at...2
(* The jouug.si lad from the that 'cureu" the teujperauce:rcforuacr. and the child My 4.00 ............ ....-........ 3.00 My 300" .. .. .. _
I poorestI'eaitntiotiaj : gives growing My i oo Gin at ,..................... ........... 1.7S My 4.00' ,. ..
JVbil it wiling to take hU Dr. Uumgarduer says that the strength. My :.So" ............................................. :.ou My too New engand Rum at.... ..._S s
\ the friends of Stetson are life in his hand aud
sai-nrtce it with lolloping "patent" medicines contains Whatever the cause of weakness The Jug and Keg Trade 31ade
a Special
.hhatia in denouncing Forbes, the out a murmur f..r his quern ana his Feature
I the percentages gived of alcohol: and failure to In sending your orders always send enough lo the .
country and his home. he growScott's cover cOat of 1BgS- Hall-gallon JB* "
friends are staunchly standing 'Though
:3rr's 'ialloD jug. Isc.2.gallonjug 25C:gallon jug 3Sc; keg.$1.
lIlw. They do not believe tbat he I knows,' N..id KosMitti, 'that the gloryof Green's Xervura...........................!".- Emulsion seems to findit estgoods hell and more full whiskey measure and, better whiskey than any house in Flonda.becsuse: I give rood.fco .1

declare the victory will rest with the treat Hood's Sarsaparilla:; ......... ........l&.S and set the matter right.Send A. tnalorder wtJtconrlac you that we are the people." Termscash with the order. r
aud they that I
guilty leaders and that where he falls there :Schenek'sSea-need Tonic............19-5! ; Srott i Bowne,Chemi for free..:400: sample.Pearl St..New York Y8urs"IIOUSlot)1"e J. F. EDWARDS.
turt and others are simply pro ebloi. he will lie uithouored aud .. and I
uu uug, Brown's Iron Bitters.................19.7 5oc. }i oo;all druggists.
jolt yet such soldiers! will charge unflinchingly -- ----- .
Kaufman's Sulfur Bitters i ........35
fhl' majority of the state papers ) on the batteries which vomit Baa Thine for a Merchant To Oo. :!!ffiL F L Iii]!: -I j jI

their tir. ....... 21.0
cross I -s into the dense ranks I'ttiue's: Celery Compound
,,S'etxiu, and the general im(>resso L. D. Geiger, a merchant of Tampa,
and &o they die by thoimnds:: those Jiurdock'u Blood Bitters..............25.2 I t
tie expraed In these papers, i is eukuown Pleaded guilty to promoting/ lottery WE E.AT MEATTo I

u-ungo+! AYt"r'a JJ-ara-.aparill.i....................2(5.2(
AlIIill' to the following from the scheme, and was t-enteuced to pay a
W rut'r'3 Sife Tonic Bitters.......35.7 grow strong. Unless we get I '
fine of and
S1UO co.Some time
1etida Advocate: 'CONSISTENCY." ago
Parker's Tonic..........................H.G good meat we may as well let ,
Geiger announced that he would k
A SEVERE CRITICISM. Hu tetttr's Stomach Rittt'.r.H.3 ii;, ;,;,' ;, it alone. There is no strength 1
Brother Scipio Craig, one of the best raffle away his tine horse, "Dan" who C>I ret I
"On the last page of this paper He Ihink of crusade against beer, Y in tough meal-instead of givIS'
known of California's:: editors murders has a record of 2 oU. He sold several f m ,
shush! a number of comments ou which contains:: only from 2 per cent ; i iug, it takes strength to digest f ;
"cousNu-ucy" the "logicalconclusion" hundred chances the tine animal
i.J'Jho H. Stetson muddle. These too cent of alcohol, while allowing f2J it. It pays to be careful in !;
per .
and the number held IS'!
after the following fa"h- lucky was by 12' I
few of the most mild buying meat-be sure to 1 J
"tOl1ly. ex- get
& the frt sale of "bitter!! containing .
ion. Peregrino ne'). Hey sent around to i2! I
preil'iQOi of the state pretls. There is ten times a much. The "bitters"are the best-tender and choice. i I IE
Some of > the stable for the horse and his man I
our respteted contemporaries \
in the state to Pay a little more if Deed be and ,
one our -i
a; paper stronger than! whiskey, stronger -
have been rendered joyful latelyby was offered a cheap mustang pony, : :

lao,ledge which is supporting the the discovery of what they Lave than sherry, port, etc., aud claret which he refused to accept. Hey inquired m ( putsowelbinginyourstomach j :'f i

InPIt\'i-tbe Florida Baptist Witness. taken (or mistaken i to be iuc-u>is'teure and champagne are far behind.It and Geiger told him that he I IS1 '' ;e which will put flesh on your t''! ,; t f

Er!.lorter says the college is in the ; in some of our editoral' utter is beyond the truth to ay that had changed his mind about rallliug ) irl "6.J : t1e bones and strong blood in your I! yA'

slices.ow will confess at the Ji | t
prosperous, condition in its his- alcohol causes: from one-third to one- "Dan" and had, with the consent! of heart. ) !
outset that do notion
we sleep by

torj, but the DeLand Record says reason of striving; after consistency.Consisteuey half of the criminals, defective, insane the ticket holders substituted the EDWARDSBROS. i ISi I r

Rodents have tee taken out of the is not a jewel. It U a aud dependents which the states other animal. Rey had him prosecuted Stall 2 and .i City Mark, Ocala, Tla. i : I

rhoolby IudignautfrthersandmothI dagger, a torch and a tilu'tgeou. It compelled to support? What proportion for promoting a lottery 51Lc

e. throughout Florida. Rev. Porter takes its place by the bide of that of there are the products:: of scheme, with the above re-ult. iT: !jji]: i'fd.! f li:lJ... 1"1 other device of the devil, the logical l I
enie to stand alone iu his couten the patent: medicine syndicates no ------ _. c
conclusion. These ain demoniacal
t' A Demonstration of What Chambe.- 1
lion, and we believe he is mistaken."We inventions have gone together throughthe ; one can tell. It is surely large. It is lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar. JAS.M.GRAHA5T, President. OEO.\V.HYDE, Vice Pies {

desire that our readers should earth f\Uj wheresoever l, protection that
only government
gladsome! '' y
rhoea Remedy Can Do.
hut full knowledge of the situation, they went joy nVil, souls shrivled, the alcohol nostrum tmflicis I carriedon. 11OF tY
The First
National Bank
I "One of our customer, a highly respected
blood flowed and the winds went
DeSuto couuty has always been a.. This is i a profitable business for citizen of this place hal been Y
around world wrapped in mour-
firm supporter of the university, and syndicate BO long as the state will for ten yeas a sutli rer from chronic
ning. There was never a pile of fasrots: GAINESVILLE. i
nay citizens here feel a personal in- built around the shrinking form of a care for their pauperized victims.: diarrhoea." writes Walden &: Martin,
of Ala. "He I ICapital.
teest In that institution. It is ap- martyr that was not constructed Ly How long will it <-outiuue to do so?- had druggists used,various Enterprise patent ,preparations, The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

mistake hasten order of a logical conclusion, and Med.1000Acre .
fitut to all that a grave! : American I
that and been treated by physicians! with .550,000 00 A
there pierced
was never a
made. It should be righted at consistency did cot prick, or a soul Grape Fruit Grove. out any permanent benefit. A few Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . .- oofli( ( 00 S t.

!thtetrliest! possible moment. burned out of its temple of clay where Work on the 1,000-acre grapefruitgrove months:: ago he commenced taking Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the
Chamberlain's C'>li<', Cholera and state. Colicta? the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations, .
"The trustees shculd no longer be consistency was not the torch with at Deep Lake Hammock, near Etc. Interest allowed
Diarrhoea Remedy and in a short by special arrangement.; AH business ;

tflowed to remain blind to the situa- which a logical! conclusion lighted the Fort Myers, will commence soon. A time was entirely cured. Many citizens transacted promptly. :.
funeral The pious fools who 10.17 H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier.
tion.! Thing! have so hared them- pyre. number of mules and tools have already of Enterprise who know the
burnt and those who suffered themselves
KTM! that in the presidency W. G. gentleman will testify to the tru'hrul-
a change to be burnt at the. stake were arrived, and Langford,
nessof this statement." For sale by The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing Co.
It the university is a necessity and alike logically irrefragable and piously who has:: charge of the new undertak-
the Anti-Monopoly Drug m
mrl citizen having any influence consistent, but they were fools. Their jug, is busy engaging men for the

thitever should write the trustees ur- only extenuation was that they work. It is intended to plant several One Hundred Years Ago. Gainesville, Fla.

helped on the glorious work of the
rine Deb action. Forbes usefulness hundred acres! the coming )'ear.-De- The whole northern part of this continent s
destruction of the unfit and ,o relievedthe
DtLaod for the time be- covered with High Grade FertilizersEspecially
li ended world of Incubuses.n:: we worship Soto County News.Makes was biiow. ,

inf,Alld the university will be dead at no shrine of consistency aud A Clean Sweep The gulf stream was doing its best i

Won be can establish his inno we cherish small regard for to make it warm for the Bermudas.It .
Our business There's nothing like doing a thing adapted to Florida soils and products. Special
conclusions. :
tell e. logical is to tell truths and let those thoroughly. Of all the Salves you was! generally believed tbat the Brands for Fruits, Potatoes, Melons, Cotton, Lettuce, Cukes,

who have nothing letter to do put in ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salveis rich were getting richer and the poor Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price 81.00
their time tracing out consistencies, if the est. It sweeps:: away aud poorer. per 50-pound sack ,

hey; can.Beware cures Burns, Sores, Bruises: Cuts, People were wondering whether

Foe,. F. W. Farrar, Dean of Canterbury Boils, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions aud they were gO l'g to have an early llighe'.t (tall Price I'aid For Dry ISono.IV. .
Piles. It's only 25c, and guaranteed CJU'HonK .tge it. Ocala, Fla
whose death was recently an. cf Ci:''efts 1r Catarrh That spring or not.
to give satisfaction by Anti- Iou'

flounced, was the author of the Life Contain: er.ry, opoly Drug Store, aud Tydings Co. The oldest inhabitants! :: were bemoaning -

of Christ;' noUithstandiug:: which as mercury will surely destroy the druggists. InTo the fact that the climate had Es'C1B1is111:1) II YIMKS.HUHHE .

he wrote an article iu defense of war. sense of eiuell and completely derangethe become worse tince they were bojs.-

In the article to which we allude, whole system", when entering it Manufacture Camphor.A Chicago Record-Herald.: BROTHERS'CASH .

the Dean, after depicting( the horrors I through the mucous surfaces. Such company is being organized in Invitations- are- out- for -the- marriageof MAIL ORDER HOUSE

of war from those who hold that war articles should never be used excepton Jacksonville to manufacture the gum
I Mr. \\'. Spencer Middleton to Miss}
is aoti-chrioUau, quotes the following I prescriptions from reputable l physicians camphor of commerce. As tha camphor Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Lizzie Williams ou the Sth just at j
beautiful and familiar lines: as the damage they will do is tree grows in Florida the sameas

to the soil it San Mateo. :Mr. Middleton is a member Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in \Vm. J.
"011,the g&taut hearts that are tying cold and ten fold to the good you can possibly if it were indigenous Lemp
of the firm of Middleton Bros. Brewing Co' :St. Louis Beer. .
establishment of
till derive from them. Hall's Catarrh seems to us tbat an
Os: the slope below: the summit,on the plateau doing bu-jines-s on the Orkl\w aha 1
F. J. Cheney this sort is an industry that would
manufactured by
ot the hill'Oh : Cure,
ei river and i ia prominent in the turpentine 1248-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville Fla' j
' the gallant hearts that are sobbing out &: Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury -I prove profitable and it should be -
their souL cin-les. His bride to be is a
Li the chilly night-winda searches through the and is taken internally, acting encouraged. rillt'i: LIST I'pox AI'PLICATIO.Y.The j
of San Meteo.A .
blood and mucous charming young
the ----
burning bullet boles! upon .
jOb, the writhing mas! of pain, ctose-pacl.td: surface of the system. In buyingTail's Too Great a Risk.A .

"-: with the tranquil"slain, Catarrh Cure be cure you get reliable for bowel Prominent Minister Reccommenda
remedy complaints -
Wira. in.. gray morn break again o'er the Chamberlai Cone. Cholera and S@Q 0D eSG6 3c3.s aeO@C9 .
It is taken internallyand
the genuine. should always be kept on
bright we dare to climb! Diarrhoea Remedy.
made iu Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. hand. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Q 1
k He then continues Fnuiris I.i\'id.-ou' pastor of
: Testimonials free. \ 3.s
Cheney & Co. and Diarrhoea Remedy never fails RLnu

i."And after they have harrowed our Sold by druggists, price 5c. per bot- and when reduced with water is plea- the St. Matthew Btpti-t church and :

Ming.* to the uttermo-t they will demand tle. ant to take. For sale by the AntiMonopoly president the Third District BaptitAssociation 0

rf in triumph, How can you Hall's Family Pills are the best. Drug Store. "m .7 Second St., New Orleans

Pretend to mautaiu that war ran be a writes follows: I have u t'dChaUlLerlaiu' Florida TimesUnionREDUCED :

Colic, Cholera and
I perniMble! for liuiaan Growers. >
remedy Pecan
Ray Bullock, of Marion, is considered -
i! wrong, when it inevitably indicts on J. L. Waller, of the Haley Hro. Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps::
one of the brightest lawyer and found it ex- g :
ii young and the fctomach
i t myriads of the hHpless and the innocent Ga. left pains i SUBSCRIPTION' RATES.
' miseries;; more intolerable Nursery of Thomasville, yesterday in all Florida and the Tribune believes cellent. It is in fact the best cramp OAILV AN'D SUNDAY
'I visit here of several I have ever Used. m One Month pustagepatd J 60 .
:. thau the grievances which it after a that he will make Marion the bestrepresentative aud colic remedy Three Months, postage paid ...... .. t.50
Also several of my parishioners have O M.\ Months, postage paid.. .. ... ... ].00 I
adesignated to remove? days.Mr. at Tallahassee, that the One Year, postage paid.... .. ........ 6j oo
used it with equally: satisfactory -
} In reply the Dean says: Waller interested the following county has ever had. Tampa For sale the AntiMonopoly ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION.i : $150 A YEAR. t

with in the growth of the pecan results. by .. aemi-U'cekly td-tion: ......Six Months $ .50 .
I I'f.
! !n spite of all this we a jw : gentlemen Tribune. Drug Store. mThe :..oml'"kly Edition: One Year i.oo .

: entire conviction that war in any just during his stay here, viz:

'. aDd holy cause i ia not only defensible, I P. H. Gillen, Thos. Xeedham, A'I hu know what you are taking. a East Florida Ice Manufacturing Ai> communicationand remittances ->mould be addressed to .

but is If all men When take Grove's Tasteless
a IlJo1itiduty. ''D. Burnett, It. E. Young, ( eo. K. you Company began delivering distilled
S were just, if all men loved each other, Chill Tonic because the formula isplainly ,
A. Duebel, C. Horn- water to their customers:: on the :
fr war Robinson, Henry printed bottle showing -- -- -- --
would indeed be unnvcessary;ir on'ery

but, as law courts, policemen and berger, Chas. H. Cress, J. D. Robinson, that it is simply Iron and Quininein I first day of April. The delivery .

r prisons! are necessary, even in the ]S. L. Williams, Frank O. Reagan, a tasteless: form. No Cure, Xo Pay wa utility on is on attracting account of considerable its beauty and at- I SUBSCRIBE I Iiifi. 1

Policy of a Christian nation, so, while iJr. X C Jones, Carrnieheal &: Hon, Price 50 cents. a tention. It wa manufactured by I
the it U, I
r world continues to be what J. W. Crosby, S. T. Sistrunk, Lee Mr. Hut:>on is now on the polie Mr. A. G. Gates, Ocala'a well known :

the suppression of all appeals to the : B. A. Weathers! force. wagon maker. ......i.ssa..usi.. II
decision of war would Involve the cei- -




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AT SEABREEZE. Loading the Lord With Too Many .

(Dedicated to the Florida. Press Associatlou. I Every editor receives: tht m. Thepostmasterwuds I ArlE QUESTIONED WESTERN TRIP DI

: them to the editor,

The editors "t Seabreeze\ I but the (><>,.tu*seer is ii..t to bluiup. -- HARDWARE

Are having IOta of fun, For instance tt.ere'as a mxn named' Czar; Manifesto :TCay: K And wining, diuin,?, "smiling,"
Tim :Shortly who will us three noticesto I Over Nine Weeks.
Mean So Much\ Altr All.
Proceeds lioiu run 10 nun. ,
The Post are host and holies, stop his paper; he did not want it I DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTUKE.MPLE[ t o

And sauetum-sorrows flee, any longer. We wondered what was PRACTICAL VVOhKiNG IMP DID. PARTY WILL TRAVEL 14,000 MILES

For a the matter. UJK>II iuveitit,:sting of

Seabreeze-hy-the-8ea. our subscription list we found that I I Officials of the Czar Still In tte: Sai- President Is Protected by Strong
dIe and Continue to Exercise Guard from Secret WIRE ,
George Wilson!! gaily hobnobs Tim was short $.50. He had never May I.
cial Train the Finest Ever Sent Out 'jl
With Carter, day and night, paid a cent anti yet as a niatter of Authority Over Committees of the ALLKIJfwOF
"Paraou" Russell of the National Capital. OILS, VARNISHES, ATTIVATOR, I
While gossips People IA'
economy to us: \\w stopped Ins paper.A .
"Watrrmrllon" \Yhite.Ocala's .
,, into March 1C.-(Correspondence Washington April President :
few evenings so we stepped a St. Petersburg. LANTIC WHITE LEAD, GARDEN TOOLS,
Star in shiningOnThomjwon'8
of the Associated Pl'ess.- Roosevelt at 9:05 oclock this morning
' church aud Tim's melodious voice i 411
Record clear
- ; It has been stated that the public had started on his western tour under the

And Denham, Pressed to speak of rang out clear in that soulstirring.I. adopted a waiting attitude toward the most favorable auspices 4s the special ALL KINDS OF COOKING S'lOVES :

, "Competitors' is there. song "Jt-sm Paid It All.'* He might emperor's reform manifesto. This train pulled out of t 4 Pennsylvania t

have been mistaken but his earnestness feeling is mingled with perplexity in station the president stood on GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITE 1l I
Arcadia sends Graham, regard to the orient. The emperor the platform of his private car tipping ,r
. Also a gifted Child, impressed( us. The next day we seems: to intend to refer the reform his hat and smiling in response ;>> the

And Parson Geiger preaches sent'; him a receipt in full, begging I II schemes, when they are drafted b> enthusiastic cheers of hundreds of ad IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE, CUT f

t Religion undefiled; his pardon for not knowing that heI I I the ministries to special committees mirers and personal friends.
F. Ion singsa sonnet representing the rural interests! and As early as S o'clock a crowd beganto TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND STERL r
I had made an assignment of his liabilities house to wit f'd
Of Crescent beyond price, 1 the public is unable to reconcile this gather at the white
l to the Lord.-Daytona Gazette- with the treatment that has been the ness the president's departure. As
And Tallaba se's virtues N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES, PULL} YS.
r reward of the local committees latelyinvestigating he entered his carriage to drive to the
Unfolded in Trice. News.
a .
the agricultural depieseion. station the men made the historic

b McBeath has brought a poem For These Who Live on Farms. These committees interpreted ground echo with cheers, while men ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE :

. And Pabor two or three; Dr. Brgin, Pana, Ills., writes: "I their Instructions liberally and made and women waved! their handkerchiefs I
numerous recommendations for governmental and many of them their hats. f r
Joe Humphries tells as'ory have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; M
reforms. Their recommendations The Pennsylvania station and platforms Jt
1 Of bounteous Manatee; always recommend it to my friends, embraced, among others, some were crowded with people anxious LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

Frank Harris waves his Banner, as I am confident there is no better of the very points that the emperor to extend to the chief executive Hubbard & Macduff Ocala, Fla. f.

While Walpole'i display-head made. It is a dandy for burns." has adopted and yet the ministry of their good wishes for a safe and sue
Illuminates the graveyard the interior is exerting its utmost efforts cessful journey. Notable precautionswere '" rr
Where McCrearj'u dead. Tho e who live on farms are especially in order to prevent these recommendations taken to insure the safety of the -- .

liable to many accidental cuts, from reaching the empe president. The police arrangementswere

There's many more to mention- burns and bruises, which heal rapidly ror. The provincial governors have, under the personal" supervisionof f

Alack! The space is brief; when Brllard's Snow Liniment is under strict instructions from Minister Commissioner West and Chief: Syl- FERN HILL RYE !

Ere this,the weary reader applied. It should always be kept in Plenre. prevented the provincial committees vester. Uniformed officers headquarters t

Is sighing for relief; the house for cases of emergency. tic from even discussing reform detectives, plain-clothes-men
proposals offered by the district com ami- secret service operatives surrounded .
Yet two more names ere, ruthless, 50c and 1.00 at the Antt Monopoly
mittees or have procured their rejection the president and covered every .
The Muse is held iu checkOcala's Drug Store m
in the provincial committees in point. H. ROSENTHAL SONS Ditillers Cincinnati 0.
gifted Sara, ,
Junior Ball Team. nearly every instance. It should be As President Roosevelt alighted
And brilliant Nellie Beck. explained that the local committeeswere from his carriage he was Joined by
Oeala will not be without baseball
The sweet Atlantic zephyrsAre selected by the marshals of nobility Secretary Hitchcock and they walked te
this, summer. The juniors have reor- who are often men of advanced down the station platform arm-in-arm,
weighted mayhap,
With talk of"pulls" and printers, ganized and will play several match views. Tire provincial committeeswere the president stopping now and thento i
selected by the governors and greet personal friends. He was
politics and "pap," games as the summer progresses.The they gave the preponderance to officials attired in a black cutaway coat dark This is the Wiskeyjjyou: hear people talking about

1 Of passes, "pi" and payrolls, following are the officers:' and and! more conservative land own striped!, trousers and wore a black when they "That Good Whiskey" It has

Of"punV1 both paid and free- members of the organization, viz: ers. The ar.ion:! of the governors of hat. He was in the best of spirits gay
held its the head of the column
The editors are meetingAt Tambov and Tver resulted! !! in the withdrawal and chatted enthusiastically to friendsof place at
Seabreeze By-the-Sea. J. H. Mathews" manager John of all the liberal elements from the trip on which he was about to of High Grade Goods for many years ,

In Pelot, captain; Fred Vogt, pitcher; the provincial committees of these start. Near his private car he met what?
-Edwin D. Lambrigbt, Tampa on
John Sullivan, catcher; Royal Cole, provinces, in fact, of almost every one Baron Speck Von Sternberg, the German I
Tribune except officials. This example has minister, who had come to see
John Petit) second base
first base ;
; followed the liberalsof him off. The
now been by two had several min
(t GOOD SUGGESTION. Frank Harris, jr., third base; John the province of Moscow.In utes' conversation the president IT'S MERIT ..

letter to the Russia Vedomosti, thanking the minister for
Juhan, short stop; Harry Bullock, a his thoughtfulness ...
the republication of which in other in coming to the station.
Roadside Flowers-The Wild Ones left field; Peyton Bailey, center field; newspapers was immediately\ forbid. No member of the president's imme

{ Should Not be Destroyed and Oscar Roller, right field. den by the censorship, D. N. Shlpov, diate family, except his sister Mrs. STRAUSS & CO. ,

Others Should be Cultivated the mainspring of the famous Moscow! Cowles. was at the station. Mrs. Roosevelt

Robbed The Grave. conference last year that drafted the and the young children being
A writer in the Thomasville Enter- liberal for all the local committees down the Chesapeake Distributors.Ocala .
A startling incident is narrated by program bay on the Mayflower
prise writes a letter about the cultIvation state that 17 members had and Miss Alice being in Porta

of roadside flowers and (quotes. John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows withdrawn: from the Moscow provincial Rico. Several members of the cab Florid
: "I was in an awful dondition. committee on account of the prodom- inet. Including Secretaries Cortelyou
lines from Lord Bacon
the following : My skin almost yellow, eyes sunken, Inence of officials representing the Wilson and Hitchcock, were present
"The breath of flo.vera are far sweeterin central government.For The president and Secretary Cor.t@lyou
the air, where it comes and goes tongue coated, pain continually in some reason the liberal program chatted, several! minutes, the ia

like the warbling of music, than in back and sides, no appetite, growing met a more favorable receptionin president expressing his regret! thai

the band." weaker day by day. Three physicians i. province the provincial of Nirhny committee Novgorrod for the although him.the secretary Other members was not of to accompany ,111Hiif," IIINiIiillf" " "l"lllilllll111111111111111111111111111IiIIII1" " " ," I1i1111tG t,
the above for text what the Then I ad- cabinet -
Using a had givenme up. was -
it also included a large number tad taken their formal leave of the -

writer says will apply to Ocala the vised to use Electric Bitters; to my of officials as their program would president at the white house. Among

game as it does to the beautiful city of great joy, the first bottle made a decided certainly have been adopted in many other notable people who were at the E WEEKLY I !

,,'. Thomasville.The .. improvement. I continued other provinces 'f local opinion had station to see the president depart
been allowed expression and since it
their use for three weeks, and am nowa were Assistant Secretary of State -
i writer : is similar to the resolutions adoptedby Loomis -
says Colonel Theodore
well man. I know they robbed the A. Bing
"Thoraasville has no greater attraction a large number of local committees ham and Captain Cowles .
of another victim. No one

to offer her visitors than the should grave fail to try them. Only 50 cents liberals throughout claim it European is a moderate Russia.expres-The aides.the president's Second Assistant military IWmastei and naval !E BANNERSCLUBBING 1 1I

: beautiful drives which radiate from. and guaranteed at, AntiMonopolyDrug sion of the sentiment of the rural General Phallenberg! and District i
More, and T 'din s & Co drug- population of the jempire.! Commissioner West. -
the town in every direction throughthe The train i is -
gists. m The resolutions that were adopted one of the finest
woods. And the beauty of these ever run out of thecity
Bought the Central Lumber Company.Mr. would require two columns of an of Washington by the Pennl
drives is enhanced a thousand fold at I II American' newspaper. vania railroad handsomely I 1
I C. I. Grace has bought the equipped i
These few extracts will indicate the and
this time of the year by the roadside manned with a crew of picked
Central Lumber Company and has salient features of them: men. The only change in 0-
flowers, the dogwood, jessamine, the personnel --
Popular education must be free and
rented one of the Mathew, Mark, of the party as heretofore announced -
honey suckle and others accessible to all.1 but not obligatory. was John M.
Luke and! John cottages, and will occupy McCoy, whe
Practically popular schools must be \
: "In past years these flowers were goes as special representative of the !
the same and take immediate under the Jurisdiction of the minis Pennsylvania railroad
much more plentiful than at JJr,,& nt.0 instead of C R
try of education exclusivity and the
Rosenberger. In .
charge of the mill. addition to those -
; The roadsides rapidly Zemstvos should in the --- -
are being stripped participate officially designated -
,;. Mr. Grace has large experience in as members 01| -
of their beauty by people gathering contro of the course of study as wellas the president's party three secret Sfr -- --
( the saw mill business and has managed : in the financial support of the vice men and two -S.- -
r : them in excessively large iuanti- schools. (This is aimed postoffice inspector -- ---
in part, rt
accompanied the
them with great sU'l'e--Iallll will president 'v
as a '
lies bieaking offbranches-sometimes the present tendency of the government body guard. personal we rsfc
prove a valuable acquisition to toe favor parochial schools.! The Journey at
whole trees-and often Planned will =S
pulling occupy nine weeks and -
business iutert&ts of Vain. Liberal support of primary education three -
days -
vines the roots. Soon there and the party will travel -
up == :
l by the central government is nec a little more than 14,000 ::::
will be left. Those iutere-ted Such schools miles, 1
> none Spring Ailments. essary. have at leasta i -

,..: in the welfare of the place, and wishing There is an aching and tired feeling; few years course, and should pursueno .
ends except secular education. everal: Battles are reported in San
it to be always beautiful for her the liver, bewl'h" and kidn<*y.i become Domingo. United,
Resolutions favoring the extensionof cruiser Atlanta E J
;- guests! request that parties driving sluggish aud inactive, the digeition popular libraries and intermediateand loft Cape Haitien! for San Domingo -

t through the country refrain from impaired, with little or no appetite, higher educational institutions, City where a revolution is in jE ] :;: :

no ambition for anytbing, anti a feel particularly agricultural colleges were Otf''S. w
picking or destroying the roadside
: ing that the whole body and mind also adopted. ::::: US't 2g

i flowers In this manner. needs toning up. The trouble is, that Vullv Qualified. -

There is no objection to any one during winter there has: !been an accumulation The story is told of a man who by $60,000 Per DayThis New ,t

of waste matter in the some unaccountable blunder by the
pckii.g! a handful of flowers, but if appointing .3
system. Herbine! will remove it, authority was made Judge of is the average sum paid r -
want branchEs or :
they large quantities a minor court :::
secure to secretions a right exit
they should go far back into the and by its tonic ellect, fully restore lIe could neither read nor write, but daily to policy-holders by The 5

wood, and not take them from the the wasted tissues and give strengthiu that although did not it aroused give him some any fears uneasiness in the, Mutual Life Insurance Com- E a1

highways. place of weakness.! oOe at AntiMonopoly breast of his wife. 3g
pany of New York. Multiplythat ::
Enjoy the flowers where are, and Drug. Store m "What are you going to do when ::: .

leave them for the future and for For State -Superintendent- --- -of-- Schools.. there's any" reading or writing comes by a year and the wonderof 5 I
into cases? she timidly inquired .
otber" It is announced that General E. M. The folks that bring the readin will the amount disappears when I
A i read it, and the folks that
want the
Circuit Court Proceedings. Law, of Bartow, formerly presidentof : writin' will write it," calmly replied you l l arn how and where the | [ ; iI. |

The bus-iue.- of the circuit court for the South Florida Military Insti- his honor, "or ifthey can't I shall commit largest accumulation of trust fc::: ::::: .. .'
tute, will be a candidate for state 'em. All I've got to attend to bitty = -::Zj
this week wa! wound up Wednesday. -
superintendent of education. is the Judpn', and I can do that as funds in the world is invested, ::E :< *- .. -:::
; r,; A new trial having been granted to QUick as snviuulr"ANTITRUST Sr: :; PVBUSHER OCAL.H BANNER : .1 yet
The friends of Judge A. 0. Wright shown .
as in "A Bankcr's'Vill.
: Will Jacobs a special venire FOR
was of Jacksonville, is! also TEXAS. t_- ,, Enclosed find-------------------- Dollar and ....... CMI ; __
canvassinghis .
drawn and he will be retried next Measure Has Been Signed by the Governor This book is sent on -. --
week.: name for the same position.: of State. request.This :_:T --f for which send me The Weekly Banner" the ........ .... .. :::::2of'

Austin- Tex., AprilThe Company sFirsIa -- :R ..................................... one year M II.
governor per your cluU.mg dfaivm
In the seining case against Black Made the Best Speech. Assets. :::r;
toiay signed the new anti-trust First-ln Amount Paid -_ .*... in the Banner.,............... ..... ....... -_ e
and Freeman both were found guilty Charles L. FiKUs is! accredited by law and It became immediately effec Policy-holdm. y
First-In Age. .
a: ". and their attorney has asked for anew the Jacksonville:; papers with having tive.The E 'f. Name... ..... ................. .. : r
law differs from all other lawsof TIlE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE r ,5 :::

&g: ;". !! ," trial.. made the most eloquent and logical a similar kind enacted in Texas. It :-:::: P. O"........... ....................... ... e :-:::: d
} 'k;' Willie Lillie Brown, the female address of the charter Mr. goes not specifically COMPANY OF NEW YORK 4 --
..; .' campaign. exempt any sort -_ ,...,.. State.............................. ..... + _-
:; ; murderess, was sentenced to fifteen i Fildes is a good'speaker and can of combination from its penalties, although RICHARD A. MCCu or, President -- ... S r

: years in the penitentiary but her handle he has an effort was made to prevent __ -.r of': Date. .........-..........................x941. _- ,
any subject the nerveto the inclusion of .r. -3 -,
a phrase under .
which J. H. I.IYIN' CSTO JR., Agent, Ocala, Fie
attorney has taken an appeal to the tackle, and his nerve is always It is believed that labor unions can be == tktltTblt'ftfiTtfiwlttt' >" #tttt.tt tUtkbN: ,..

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Is the Circuit Court the Sixth effort
WITH A LANE BACK ? Heirs of Late C. P. Huntington Still Let Us Thresh the R-latioa to Treparsin on Public ofthe i'tateof Florida ot in and Judical for the

WITH ROBBERS Wrangling In Court. County oi Pasco. ia: Chancery.
j j' Pr.-p.-rty >rrt-trt,<, :>idewalks and to
New York March 30.-William VT. ;Matter OutNo RfiiiilHic the of The:;%. Petersburg:State Baak.a CorporatmMTrustee
jf Trouble u-e ? ame.B .
IlJnej You Miserable. Mumford. cou-tsel for G. Emily Reynolds vs. Tbe Globe Phosphate Muucg
f <- it OrtliiuHl "iy the City Council ofi and Manufacturing Company. CttrasCouaty.
of Washington in an affidavit [ Potash No Fruito Fionda. I" S AA Corporation .
he ..f
Officers i City O.-ala
l A.most everybody who read the! newspapers and Possee Triumph : et. al.-BUI for Foreclosure
I a sure to know of the wonderful accompanying a request made to Sur- >: ; Phosphoric AdJ-No: Seeds :Srri\ inn 1 'I hat from and after the I IVDER AJfD BY V.RTCE: OF A DBCEE

, .' \L-i L cures mad by Dr. Without Injury. rogate Fitzgerald for an order to compel -, No 1'itrogen-\o; : Leaves pa-ftireuf dug ordinance it snail be \. of lorcctearc:; and sc rendered by the
" = ., | Kilmer's S*ampRoot.the I the executors of the estate of'' Honorable J B Wall judge of the .bu.-
,. I : Collis i unlawful! for any ptnou <>r persons to enutled court in chancery sitting on the
P. inventory
Huntington to fi'.e an -
great kidney liver
:2oth of .
These three I day February .0\ D., ia, ia a
,' I and bladder remedy. POLICEMAN BOUND AND GAGGED of the estate charges that it':, -- iJ pi ic-, IIr etiiM i<' be placed, or allow certain cause pending in the said eaurt

J I It the I I things must I ill wherein the st. Peleroburar.e Hint a ,..r.
is great medi- Is plain that the executors do not j ti r..n1.111 runt of his! or Ibeir aTrustee

JJ jj cal triumph of the nine. One of the Robbers Killed. One is intend to file an inventory of the i iestate. II be supplied prrluikrUpOu thr si 1ewHlkg or Globe poration Phosphate! Mining b complainant and Manufacturing, and the

\ ._, ,jj''r teentn century; ds- Company. Lurus County. flonda. C. s A *
; ''!!i ll[ covered after years of Wounded and Another Captured. which, he says he is advised j j I to your soil. stlt' ," '.f Oi-ala, IIny men-haudbe, corporation. et al., are defendant 1 Car' Us

-1t 4'' scientif.c research: consists, among other things of per : g ,,'d-, >''io-cnst' b'irrel"agouil., >trtu a* lAMer In ChIDc@ry. will sel.: to the
by highest and beat bidder tor cash the .l
y I I :-1t 9 Dr. Kilmer, the eminent None of the Officers or Citizens In sonal property worth from $60OuOOijQ ': Writ to us cjir1iiiuni'u! >es, carnam or othervi Monday in "' nl. AD. 1403. the on same bctathe nr,

II.' J. kidney and bladder jured. to S7o.t.is)0.# ) 1 ....i :anJ we will oth day of said .month within tat ,ct> I'
j tiKle \rhicles, of
auy -sonpriou hours of ale. in tront of the bouse .lt. .
&i r :t
---- specialist, and is I From the best Information now ob- (? ::; send you HM' harrelor lioii-s. used Dade City in the County of Pasco aD.l A. itt .:

: \ wonderfully successful in promptly curing Cleveland March 30.-A despesate tainable. the estate will show a Talua-1 i .f)' : some books ., t'piiiig a rt- Flcnda the following described real proP<'rt .

lame back kidney, bladder! uric acid battle the \t pttii'f"r /garnage; as is required to-wit
troubles was fourht early today between tion of about $21.000,000 at the time ( giving : .
All those ,
certain lots :
-4 j r f-
parecS ;
.'i : and Bnght's Disease.which b the worst three robbers on one side and o2- of the death of Mr. Huntington. ', \ .. -: "i the w hole: matter.KVLI i t.yi.riiiun-e: ; Provided, however, that .)land:! situate lying.nd pieces being in Man-u t...'mi

farm cf ki.ney trouble. cers and citizens the other Bed lurri-tit'itu' aud others ty. state of Kloruia and ilescnoed .s '. ... *-
':' on at No explanation is obtainable at. \ may occupy The
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is nct recommended ; t.! ItU \" UOKK northeast quarter of the !southeasttt :<;'
.: for everything but if have kidney ford, a suburb resulting in the deathof present !o: the apparent shrinkage of :j :I.. ,__ ,.U, :>ew York I \viih artii-le.s of merchandise and of section two. the !outbra-t quarrr .1 :.'cnorthve .
you ,
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liver or bladder trouble it will te: found one of the robbers and the wounding the estate to tnis 40' low figure. Wht-n 11\\ .... / / ), I p;-.-"" ...., parts of the strttts! and ot the northeast t quarter 01a'tlon quarter of twelve..ection oo't t"i'cf! :i

just the remedy you need. It has been tested of one and the capture of another. Mr. HUD 'jngtn died those in a position 1 W-: .' I. ,.f r I side-walks for the purpose of loading northeast quarter 01 the coulhei quaursecuon ;

In so many ways In hospital work, la nvt: Many shots were exchanged before to know about his affairs said ..........,. .-- -"-" ------' -,' -" ,,.,..... anti ULloadiu their vehicle for such mnetee'i thinern east all In and tuwnship the southeast..iitctnrante 'I'vf1'.''I-'
r practice among the helpless too poor to parchase the Seeing men were finally brought his estate was worth between $:!7.- ...:-._ __'h ___! re-It.IIIiI.I tim- ol the nonhesst quarttrofsection ten. township
relief and has proved so successful in to earth. 000.000 and $3nMO.OM. The state as may Uwessiry for seventeen 'oulh. range cmeiecn. ceIL
-- -- --- --
every case that a special arrangement has fii doing, and iu such manner a% not Al-o the lollowmg described land sjtuair ia
Very late last night three masked comptroller's office has taken about Yes. Hcrnando Count). state of Floruit to wit
which all Nay or
been made by readers of I
this paper to o --lrlu't or impede the course of Southeast quarter of the northwest quarter in.l
men entered the town of GarretsviHe. tWO
who have not already! tried it. may have asample years to make its appraisal 'Little of I the northwest quarter of the southwe quarter
';' battle! sent free by mail also! a bock 25: miles ea.it of Cleveland seized the taxation purposes! and is not yet ready drMjj wat.r travel thereon : of section twenty one, township twenty-two
; telling more about Swamp-Root and how to nigh't policeman and bound and gagged with a report. Little grains of saud Provided further, licensed auctioneers Also range the following twenty described lands M'uitp; ia

find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.i him. Tie: officer was then Make the I may be permitted by the Sumter County. Mate o! FlotuH. to-wit The
mighty ixeatiAud
; : When writing mention reading this ccnerous inarched to the postoffice, where he Mayor to !t.lll1n the streets such articles twenty-eight south half of the the northwest southeast quarter oftbe of ....nonh CtUn
I offer in this paper and f'f "'. was ccmpeileil! to witness an attemptto BOOK COLLECTORS BID HIGH. tbe wonrivrous! lud. f of property as will not interfere east quarter of section twenty-nine an 1 the

.'f :send your address to blow the safe by the marau- northeast quarter. 01 the southeast quarter v:
Dr. KIL-ner&Co..Bing- upon Fabulous Prices Paid at the Pierce But, with, or impede, the u--e of such street section twenty nme. all in township tighten
.. ders. They finally, after working south range twenty-two
r hamton, N. Y. The ,J Collection Auction. "Who little U tri great-rseek, I by the poMta. Also tile following described v.rcel ot lair:
time. without I
regular fifty cent and HOIlUlcr !!WIUDI>-Rou&. some gave up tie job Philadelphia March 29.-Compe i- Auy person or persons violating the to-wit.:
dollar: sues sold: all securing anything of value.: Later No tridt" satisfy ; Beginning stake one hr.nri! aud -:\f.fiveu6s I
good druggists. tion by book collectors from Xew provisions of this section shall, upon ) fc.t south from the u, it!,rrn U'un.ia-v
.- they stole a horse acJ buggy andtro"e The brave will SI'ILI@ line oi the southwest qnarttr ." .:Ie njuhta-t
York and other! cities is making rec- conviction thereof be I
by a of .
to Ravenna WH'. "- they boarded quarter section twcnt -n CI townsh" : i -

FLOHIDrl FRUIT STATISTICS. a Cleveland! and Pitisourg freight ord prices at the sale of the second The mountain p*'ak, flue not exceeding $50.00, or by imprisonment outh.hundred range and four 21 ea.-t' .....".: being: t-" i
t -
ami r
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train for Cleveland. | part of the private library of Harold The bigh<*t claim. the high, not exceeding thirty feet west from t.ir, Pierce. One buyer. said to have been line of the satdOL'!'10ua". I
Interesting Figures from Commis- Telegrams wpre sent to Bedford and i for Who Ii tie seeks doth little !gain n :- : ;wu-h.; .
'acting J. Pierpont .
Morgan, secured -
when the irt-ln. arriv tLere a naaa- !j riefitiontwo No; south range east. and ru--" ? titn,c .. ,
; peddler
sioner Mclin's Report. the Rem of the collection, a book Nor gets above the sod. and parallel with tbe ...i'! .-'- B b.>uu'-! ;
her of Teri"v ,;he: ills and a posse store keeper merchant or other person line one hundred aa Tallahave, March 20.-Tbe annual of citizens wee on han arm.'d with not yet printed, paying therefor 1500. The earthy <>u the earth remain, I tj 9> feet thence hud l pa '. "th in. : ,
1 I ft is a vellum great prayer book of shall o."(-upy any )rtion of any public northern boundary Iinr :, .. ... t -- i
report of Hou. B. E. )[Lin, CoratuUsionerof guns and revolvers. A running fight '! he earntTst soul tka God. thence north and . Edward! VII.! of which only ten copies si de-walk for
street the
or .
square, boundary line hi.ii Ii' .
began when the train reached: Bed- I one : .1 rt}-ti'v i ;

Agriculture, will show the ford. The robbers fired as they ran will be printed. It will be on vellum "There w tues a Word, purpose selliug or offering for sale, with nine-tenth S'ld ( iji norther.9)) feet !to s--'uru--.' and ;u' ..
uf\ ie n.r.: fJjl '
following interetiugdata rekriveto.: ; toward an open field while the officers and! will be illustrated with 130: wood Welcome! thy Guest, or displaying any goods, wares or ( feet to the pji"t u' f t beg;' n ;,,
,;uts, showing the ceremonials of the situated in the Countv u: 1 I' i-. 'nl >:J' :
and poured in volley after volley merchandise : aa heretofore
posse except pro- Flonda.
the pro J uction an.jilu\! of fruit church from Edward the Confessor ADd so have grace for eli the ret. .
upon them. Finally one of the vided by special license. Aba. the following lie-- o'tsona'!. : : ; '
,. to the present time. I ert). situated at the: n;'::. ', >aui! ';' Croi'i: pursued men dropped to the ground 1 sup with those who sup with uie. and '
I Any person violating the provisionsof Mining Manulactu-iu: L"< -ny. an : r
J : Oran -si, 9'3O41' bearing trees pro- I dead.: A second was so badly wound- The profit on the book is nearly Come though I'll share-my bread this section shall conviction iDS' on tfie northeast qua:tc i ui -" Kfn" t .. ,
I J1.2AO, Mr. Pierce having ordered a upon ship id south range to boxM valued ed that he left a trail of blood. and Florida and described m tl J r :t' ,..t .: of --." '":
daerd 972,553 at $1,471- I' he soon surrendered. copy when the subscription price was with thce. be fined not less than two dollars, nor this cause rendered on the .:cih .':'i." ol K-bru.-\

439. The number of noube-iriog trees ?%00. Two women. who acknowledged more than $!5.00 or imprisoned 1902. to-wit:
None of the officers citizens
: wasI wilt
or Friend, thou open A'.l the tools implements, .Iri alt. washrengioes. --
U 9n.ISI. I Injured. that they were buying under fictitious Dot eXCEediag ten days, for each .boilers hoists and machinery of e\e'\ 9

i.I, names were large pnrch &trs.I And give Him way ? ofieuse. kind and character.bUIldings. equipments er" .
4 Lemons trees Dons fixtures, rights of way. leases ! bearing 4,945: -
produced Now wilt tbou answer Kay or Yea. Section 3. It shall be contracts
I DIAMONDS ARE UP. unlawful for agrremcata. mining nghis. r".hu: ,(
boxes valued stock cars. vehicles stores_ rock. provbiouan'
1,417 at S2,9s7. I
'. STEALS OWN CHILDREN. any person, or persons to permit a supplies and also aU other personal pruptrt' .:

: Nonbearing 11,043. I Wearers of the Stones Must Paper from Pine Shavings. horse or horse, or other animal vehicle defendant every kind corpora and chiracter on and belonging covered by to lie'he ._>.i.i.,'.!

Pay Higher Prices In Future. Sued For Divorce, Mrs. Davidson vehicles in his her decree.
Limed, 15,508 trees : boxes produced, The t obt of the while pine shavings or or charge,
| Xew York. March 31 ii
4,103: valued at $9,3; 41.Gnpefruit :l from which paper ii being made at to stop or remain upon the side-walk, being sold for the purpose of satisfying-a: i !Ic "
vance in the price of diamonds is an- Richmond. Va., March 30.-The unusual cree ana costs of sale.
and shall M
no person groom curry,
136.4S5 trers! produced i i rounced.: Private cablegrams from j spectacle of a woman kidnapingher Orange is i estimated at 3 a ton and CARLOS STEVFV- M
wa in or wallow horse horses Master
a or or in Cbaiucry :
I I European brokers which were received own children was witnessed in Sbakleford& Pettiagill.Solicitors .
22.S39 crates, valued at J142i61. three ton of hhtviujss make one ton other animal 1 iu his or her :
: upon for Complainant. .-c
I by diamond importers here stated Henry county this evening, when Mrs. :

Pineapples; the prod action was I i that ;5) per cert had been added to the Charles M. Davidson took possessionof I I of paper. The cost of the raw material any street or side-walk or permit

6,531,906, valued at $11.l' 8. I II, price of all grades of rough diamonds. her children and driving under a for a ton of paper made from the same to be done. NOTICE.In .

I, The advance is to take effect j lash Any violating of the
at once whip and kept a pursuing depu- person any
Uiuana-s, bunches pro.lueed, 10,21; wood pulp in the North i is $1OS. t-o
I i There was a similar advance five |i ty sheriff from catching up with her provisions uf this section shall be punished the United States Circuit Coort Sow '
,; valued at $4,576. weeks ago. and dealers said that still until she reached the city. the advantage in favor of the Orange upon conviction, by a fine not District ot Florida in Chancery.

Avocado Tear, barrels produced higher prices were to'' be expected in I Divorce proceedings are in progress paper mill U very considerable. There exceeding SlO.oo or imprisonment not I O.gent.H. P.et BeaU.al,defendants.Complainant-Bill, vs.to Forectaac.Perry B. Nu

i.; 1SG6"aut! d at $.3,941 the near future. I t between Mrs. Davidson and her husband. h another on lderation. Orange anda exceeding ten day', either or both iu IT APPEARING TO THE COURT THAT I
Retail prices are said to be higher The latter has been given the I the defendants in said cause Spencer

Guava, crates produced, 10,3-52 i now than they were a year ago. and I j custody of the children. Mrs. David- larj!,e cope of adjoining country discretion Section 4. It of shall the court.be unlawful for S.Sash Nish.Emily Frank 0 Ilart M Nash Charles Melloaa.\. Nash D Gtorac Had.c f

valued 57,391.. I: the advance in rough stones will be'!' son and her niece, accompanied by a i which have need of papers will save Francis Nash Kathenne Nash Mary F.Card,
i I followed by an increase in the retail and this I any person to clean or wash any Margaret VV. Muzzey Funk N Wescut heir
j deputy attorney, went out
Ox-omul's 3,6m) trees produced 22-! I the fn ight on the finished product at law of Henry S. Nash. Henry H Heath sad '
I rate. afternoon to get some things from the wagon, hack or carriage or other ve Robert A. Stewart as Executor. of Henry S.

500 nuts; valued at 309. "Mining of diamonds is becomingmore j house. While the men were in the from a loug ways Oat Perhaps in hide |Ion any of the streets or sidewalks Nash j T.are EIHott.not r-sidenlsof W E. Dicken or found and Richardrroisdale wrthte

Pecan, tree, 54;) produced 2,501 and more difficulty every year." II house the niece enticed th childrenout time there will be a good mltny paper iu the city limits. the Southern District of Florida and that it t. I

tushtLi: valued at 10190. said a New York de3.ler.has the mines to the buggy. The mother sprang mill iu addition to the one ei|
i, get deeper the cost of operating becomes I in and put out under whip and lash. this section shall upon conviction, answer or demur in said cause:
Strawberries. 95t; quarts mental plaut at Orange and ttiereatiour. It is ordered that the said defendants.:Spacer
dearer. In
; addition to that. She won the race and hit the chil
te punished by a tine of not less than M. Nash. Emily 0 Hart. Charles A. Naak
produced, 1,663,633; valued at $31159. ,- there Is a constantly increasing de-j: dren. .-Sun Anrouio Etpre-M George S. Nash. Frank M Mash. Mellooa D.
i mand for the gems." $w) nor more than J10.00, or imprionmenl Nash, Francis: Nash Katherine Nash. Mary F. <

not exceeding ten Card. Margaret :Muzzey Frank N. Wenbtt,
ilt Prices hare been advanced three! heirs at law 01 Henry :so ;Nash. Henry H Heath
times in the last six months. Each PENNELL INQUEST NEXT. Before r.t'u.Jul way it>r rt"wl'rh.g in the discretion of the court. and Robert A. Stewart as ececutore. Oi Hf nry :.T i
Pt-ars: 47,365 trws product 33,322 I Aproved March 19th 1903.V. S Nash. J. T. Elliott. W. E Dicken a ml Richard if!
change has been 5 per cent. I Ii lid nri.umeiital? pltutpn tunlpar CroisJale. do appear. plead answer or demur J( i
": 1 barrrN! I valued I at 533Sr27.: Evidence Pertaining to the Case Being \ J. EDWARDS to the said bill in the above entitled caa.oe 7'
Collected. e- \xitli tliv iire,-u'n'Ue.ducation'' Acting Mayor. on file in the oiice ot' the clerk of Mid court at
:" Peaches, l91lBtres produced 142-, SIXTY MILES AN HOUR. I Jacksonville in said district.On f I .
New Haven, Conn., March 30.-Two
or derate the 3rd djf of April, A. D iftf f
:. OS1 bushels! valued 157952. letters which are expected to figure in Ferns and Palms iu sizes and
.' Aeronauts Say They Will Make that I Mail many and that this order be published once a weekfor
Grape Vines, grapes! produced, ;303107 ) ) ,- in Balcon. j I the Pennell inquest which begins at ; varieties: at the (,rt't'ubnu.e.JclrEll six consecutive weeks in tbe Banner aewe-
Speed published of OcaU,
in thecity Flcnda
paper i
New March 3'-The I Buffalo next Monday hare been sent ;: k ; ar.d that in case !said defendants shall act appear f
pouml*, valued at $ !4'J01 ; !jtall-ns: : York. Spencer
to Buffalo from this city. lie IjeonnirjRhrtortc plead. answer or demur within the tun
brothers. the well known aeronauts. I Litj'ranirp History.l nn. .nor- limited this court will entertain turudictiaa aid
l1'amm"r cc
wine made, ::24,04! < ; valued at $:!S,5i5. are nothing if not enthusiastic Both were written by Mrs Pennell 1 eMy Tkt by K.1. tlht:; 1e&r ,,{..- Why nut diid liA CIA ) i proceed to tbe hearing and adjudication ot said f t

:4 -U 1rpplt' barrels produced, The Tribune's London representative.They says. to a girlhood friend whose name has -tbcttrr utilize Tour purc..JW'atj"n'time of Trhrn evening pr..yr4,radjunr for.t horn.,amn&tLun& uni ,,; cause tle.'rnddUls: and suit bad been in the served same with manner as witlum if Mid f fI

not yet been disclosed and one bearsa : cuvulare In Aiiiina L EOIS3, FLltXA, IT* I process
the ixiuthern District Florida.
1,921: ; valued at II.S57.Fiis are at present engaged in the -
I Buffalo! postmark dated at 7 o'clock I r" : !I Dour and ordered this 17 day of Febnary ii'
construction of a new navigable balloon Al.) 1<;03. :
bushels produced, 3S4 : valuedTh ton the! night of the automobile trage .. '
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W. LOCKE.Jwdft.
for which they are using: a 24- I I Ii ; '.. ';.

at i6S _ _ horse power motor. This gives an j I dyIt A true copv. .
Is said that on" of the letters denies Attest EO. LOCKE
Mother's Gratitude to Rockfeller. indicated spwJ of 23 miles an hour j i I .,.
I that Arthur Pennell ever intended Remember FUNERAL | Clerk. .., t
and so. with a breeze of 35 miles an
getting a divorce. and that in neither I
Tbere millions of mothers who
are hour in the same directIon. they say [ II I NOTice-
letter !Ie there any trace of memaldepression -
will rejoice that Rwkefeller has been it i is quite probable that Londoners - -- ---- -, DIRECTORS.
or any hint of suicide The --- -- -- --
will this year see an airship rushing for Tax Deed r.der
Application On SectiM I *
able mike of if said to have
to letters been
great sums money are forwarded -1- 4S&j. Laws of Florida.
overhead at the rate of 60 miles an I Chapter

the report l is true regarding the find. hour. I to Thomas Penney, of Buffalo! who :: \\JE CAN sell you the H". tfaUiwcK .tCOts.e&et., and V 0 TIC E IS HEREBY GIVES THAT
wu formerly Pennell's law partner.: BIII"1 i> Siuckey&Tiller purchaser ol tax una6cawto.
ing of a cure for cholera infantum. .1! smallest article or a salts If avery deitrlpden Special att : 4473. dated thc 3rd day ol October.A.D IIIQI

STRICT PRIVACY ENJOINED. I STRIKE RIOT IN RUSSIA. ,&14 barltlitmeM... has tiled said cenincate in my ctce, and bas
Two years ago his little grandson succumbed : made application for tax deed to u ue in accordance -
j carload of anything pertaining Embalming to Order. with law Said certificate embracr* U>
to that fatal disease, and from I following described property situated la MarkM
Persons Kill
Body of Gen. McDonald Will Find Rest Twenty-Eight Reported I to Hardware Iron county, Honda to-wit.

that lime he was determined that a ing Place in Native Land. ed and Fifty Injured. Lots 9 and to Block E. Rowei Addition. Silver

Paris. March 30.-After a confer St. Petersburg March 30.-A great NOTICE. Spring Park.
cure should be discovered for the disean Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dyna-
] The said land being assessed at the date ftf U
ence of the British! embassy at noon strike riot acompanied by much blood.
if it in the of medical ssuance of such cenincate to the name oi C. f-
was power tolay between the officials ani reprejentitlm j shed his occurred at the town of Sla-- i mite, Lime, Cement, Stoves.TWENTYFIVE Ia the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial C'.rcuit: Locke I'Dtess said ccruacale shall be redeemed

science to discover it. He at once set of the finally of Major General i: tousk. in the government of Oofa, ofuloridain in and Chtacery.Susana for Marion. County, the and day according of May to A.law D.u 1903 I deed will Utne O8

asideJOOUUQ for the benefit of emi- Sir Hector MacDonald. who | among the Ural! mountains. Twen Davis, Complainant, vi James Cans, Witness my official signature aad teal tMa -

killed himself at the Regina hotel I ty-eight persons were killed! ant 50 | CARLOADS Defendant.: the tyf day of March, A. &. ij:03 : -

meat physlcuns in their search for aMrum here OB. Wednesday, a statement was i other were wounded. IX OUR IT IS ORDERED THAT JAMES DAVIS THE 327 S. T. SISTRUNE.seal .
[ ] Clerk Ct Court.M COL fta.
that would prove an efleeeive issued that the body would be removed -I Slitousk Is the chief tows of a Ithe defendant herein named be and he ti here- anon
by required to appear to tbe bill of complaint
Scotland and mining! district and the center of the WAREHOUSESBAD -
remedy for the disease. It is now announced to expressing an ta said cause on
1 earnest desire for the strictest privacy. outhern imperial mines. It has iron .VonJjy the ftk d.Jy of "/ y. A. D. 190}. NOTICE.

that a serum has been discovered wt>rk and M extensive manufacturing -- ---- ---- It II further ordered that copy of this orderbe
published for eight consecutive weeks ia IheOcaU !
I which is an infallible cure for of Damascus scimitars and articlesof Banner Notice of Application for Tax Deed under Section

j DATE OF LAUNCHING SET. inlaid! and embossed steel. Sla- Done thisthejth day of March A D. 1303. 6 ol Chapter 48, Law of Florida.V .
cholera infantum, the formula of !I D H HARD! WIRE I [ [CO. S. T. SISTRr- K.
: tousk hu a population of about 21,000 EDWIN SrENCEB Clerk circuit Court. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a. A
j which will be to the world. i\ Canton purchaser of Til CertllKlte N .
soon given Cruiser Virginia Will SJIdt From Ways I foula.ThirtySecond. .ompll'lIa ," Solicitor. 3-13 *
418 of arch ind l s1o. 446 oi Aped 4th rv> aid
.. : Miami Metropolis. April 18. I Gainesville, Florida. 456. dated the Mb day of August A D.. 1900. hat
i NOTICE. filed said certificate in my office and has m.*e
New York. March 28. C. B.
Darcutt Degree Masons Adjourn -----
1'I application for Ux deed to usue ia aceor4BC
09 for CilitVnu. pruider..t of the Newport News :Shipbuilding I Buffalo N. Y., March 30.-The .Iu. with law.

: Mr. Mason Tison, who has been and Dry Dock company, has nth annual reunion of the Ancient Notice of Application for Tax: Deed under Sec- Said certificate Mtaated embrace ta the Minus following described .

J! announced that the date for the launchin Accepted Scottish Rites Macont bM DR. ALEXANDER'SCHILL lice 8 of Chapter 4se8/ Lawi of Florida. Flonda. to-p-opcrty wit. conat/, '
making his in Ocala for
headquarters of the United States armored cone to aa end with a banquet. COT.rt VOTICE* IS HEREBY GIVES THAT W. J. West h of southeast !* section t8. lad norti-

some years past, leaves for San Fran- cruiser West Virginia at the compa--.I were laid for 400. Colonel Franj dated* Pnce.the purchaser 6th day of of August.Tai Certificate A. D.. 1900 So., 119 hu 33.cast.!ii lln and township towtheast 13.V range of ioflhwcM JJ. V. trcUM

cUco to-morrow via the Southern Bj'i 7L"11.. Newport News, Va.. hat i j i d. Ward, of this city acted at toart- TONICA filed Mid certificate in my office and bu made The said land being assessed the date alike
applies tic a for tax: deed to Usue in accordance issuance of ....ch certificates ta the name of V.m.
the :
Pacific. been officially set by navy dtptrt- master The tairty-cecond de r*., with taw Harvey and party no known.Cnlos .

.... mont for April 18. j tvmblime prince of the royal **crct, podtiT nuant. udMfeClln for Malaria.Ciilli Said certificate embrace the following de- : said certificate shall be redeemed

i- Before his return Mr. lison will Misj Katherine W. White. Uught :I wu conferred upon IeT ntl.an.n.- Ift4 F*'''. COIItalU ao poito. The be.t acnbed Florida to-wit property: situated ia Marion county, outhe4thdaycfAprtlA.D.19o3.Witness according to law. tax deed will be.Lwued lltcreU

': viait Abak and Honolula, but the of Governor Albert B. White of W sVIrgl&U. < I: tHdAtu today.Explosion. Tnlc, Aatl-rerllie, App tl* r. as 4 stremgthIriflp Commencing J
will cane the TOEM!. acr(wpae.licktyfr.nala and chUdr.a bo" corner ot block 13. Boardman aection ,. town- day of February, A. D. 1903.
; chief object of his visit U to buy a lit gl.w to faded cactk* ; ...ke. w.a ktkHdrea ship iz. range it,thence south js feet,east 495>4
I with Mid feet ( Seal) S.IT.SISTRrNL
In Imperial Pala.. fret to ditch northward ditch 4 tock ranch in one of the Dokotas.J500 Car IMpede Killed. &t aid he&rty. to point of bepnnins. 3-6 Ocrk Circuit Court Martoa Co.. Pta.Take ..

Mbatfomtry, A!*., March M.-Frank !I Vlecna Feb. 28.-Aa expiatoa tithe Tt il t fern; Uiteleu: ttfy to take. The uid land beint uaesied tithe date of the .
I cellar of tb imperial palace today issuance of neb certificate In the same of fi IIItI a ssId lit 4. .
Trill 25 sac
of Priu 51 eta. cts. "
elf ... Aert. H. HArtm.a. formerly Macon Phil Christopher.
ause4, momentarily fr.*t *z.c1tement.
A night er Inspector of the Central of Cnles uid certificate aba3: be redeemed according Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabl *
Florida BUio.-
trucker made |200 from I but it wu soon uctJ1a&a. Dr. Lint' ReriUtarc to law, Ux deed will be iuued thereon
O. UJied UU: aera- Lint,CBUtipctiom Sick He4ck
orffU railway. WM I.-,Tryi4
One I that it wu due to the aoeid.&tal ifnltioo on the 4th day of Apnl A. D. 1903. l it-ta. All druggliu refund the mooejif
acre ot watermelons and the near- tag About 5 o'clock ia th CeMnJ'i PriM II C..U. ,., ..I.! by
Witnesa oficial'cnatare and aeal thlj the
I of amzxs<ioat 1 cl mr
I i ht doctor $300 tNiD same acre Tlirre yw by filling froa ear &*4 aijtr coojU 2Stlt day of Febnury. A. D. 190]. it faita to cur,. E. W. Grove'ttiir.aturt
i I woriaca ]len i&jurad. Seal) &.T.SIST rSr,
f la money ia waUrmeloui. k.avy W Hob UlUaf pa Ma. Wm. And.noo, Druggist Ocala, Fl*. 3-6 ( ark drcvt Co rt lltrio Co.. Via : la 0 each box.-25c

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So Declares Admiral Dewey of Uncle I Matter of L. & N. and Atlantic Ccast 1 1j !

2 Sam's Sea Power. IN! BAD WRECK/ i Line Before Commiscici.
t : ; Newark. J., March 28-The Evening _. j New York March 28.-Tr.e inter Means bad air, and whether it Enemy $O t&OSlHj -

News prints an interview with '! tate commerce ronnnieeioa:: rct hP'p! comes from the low lands and

Admiral Dewey credited to its Wash Three Persons Instantly Killed : 1! today to investigate the turn:-:,,; ov\'r marshes. of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain juj s t t. sand
Measure Is Said To Bristle ington correspondent in which the ad of the Louisville and Nas'.v !:it' railroad lewis its effect upon the human system is the s-.m-i! "

With Technicalities. miral is quoted as saying: and Bodies!Burned. ''I control to the Atlant: Coast These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs an,1 i t f r. .,

"The United States has the greatest -- {..ne. Edwin Hawley{ an a:.- d(' at<- by the blood, and the foundation of some long, debilitating;: [lint ,

COMMISSION HAS GREAT POWER. navy in the world-etery man in the NINE ARE SERIOUSLY INJURED. I of John \V. Gates said hi- at!. aged Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged hv.r

u_. United States navy is a man of intelligence several conferences looking to the troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that inn I :

He knows just what to do The Dead Men Were In Private Car sale of the Louisville and Nashville Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system !* ?

i ,'t Full Wording Reveals Many Important and the right time to do it. A wari I line to J. Picrpont Morgan, JS Williams the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood tuna .

Features Which Were Not Mention. i I ship is an enormous machine shop and of General Geronimo Tevino, of had offered 130 to 135 !t..r the it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break t'jr'! t

I every part of that ponderous creation Mexico-Oil Fuel Caught Fire when: .ontrrlling irterest in the "to 'k o': the skin, and carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various erupt.:' '" i ;
ed In Mr. Speech-Some
f Wyndham's must be operated by intelligence! Trains Came Together. the road. George W. Perkins; the indolent character appear depleting the system, and threatening lifer .. .

fl l Disappeintments For Tenants. I Every unit' cannot be told at the time witness said. represented Mr. :Mortgan The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body ant! -'

I\ of action by offio&rs! just what to do San Antonio, Tex., March 28Sun. at these conferences while Mr. the life-giving properties of the blood, renderig it thin and water,
text of the
I i Irish London land March purchase S.-The bill which was and when to do it. The least man set Limited of the Southern Pacific Gates was the principal on the other be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can i....:

must Know for him.! elf. Orders that and another passenger train collidedat side. get rid of Malaria and its effects.
Introduced in the house of commons
I were given to a crew are necessarily! LaCosta, 18 miles west of here, at "We had nothing to do with the relations S. S. S. does this and quickly producer a 2

;; by the Irish secretary, Mr. Wyndham, general in character, but In conflict; 9:55: o'clock last night. Three passengers to the various roads" the wit change in the blood, reaching t'1'uyorganan'! .

i, -', on Wednesday last. was given out to- every stroke of work must be directed were killed and nine injured. The ness said, "we were discussing the pos lating them vigorous, healthy action. S .

t' day. by Intelligence. This is what makes bodies of the dead were burned. The sibility of obtaining the Louisville and possesses not only purifying but tonic pr;" '
39 parliamentary
r It occupies pages the United States navy the greatest dead: Nashville stock and we talked of cotb and the general health improves, and the a < .

.. paper and bristles with reveals technical navy in the world. Gaudelope Cantee, of Monterey, Mexico. ing else." increases almost from the first dose. There is no Mercury, Potash \ j

ities. The full wording many "The Germannavy, for Instance, is John F. Harris of Harris. Gates & or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely a YegeUM--: :. '

( a important features which were not an entirely different organization in Antonio A. Rizpe, Sabinas, Mexico. Co. said that when the option was Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly! hcp: ; \ ?

mentioned in Mr. Wyndham's speech its makeup on human material. 1 Manuel Trevino Santo, Sabinas, Mex wild to J. P. :Morgan & Co., his firm their advice to regain your heallh. Book on LIlo.an\ ,I skin di><.' i r"> ..i
when the bill Introduced. All
t was
have: made a deep study of that navy. ico. controlled)) "Ofl.ooo shares and that the free. v THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atu..u. c*.
of the
the time
arrears of rent due at
My belief is that its efficiency in possible The injured are: price paid was 108 to 110.

purchase of land are recoverable by the ar-tion is greatly over estimated. Saber Flores Monterey, Mexico, "We got 130 for IM.OOO, and 150 I_. --- -- -- -
land commission, and not the arrears
for a only as previously cabled. The men do not begin to compare in chest crushed.P. for the remaining 106.000." szs2szs2s s sZS S szs s zstsszss ,
education and intelligence with the W. Morrow, traveling passenger J. Williams. of the Seaboard AirLine n
The land commissioners, however, are Americans. Their men hue In my agent of the Louisville and Nashville said he asked Mr. Perkins whether I FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS rUin
remit rvc4
in to
given special cases
power opinion been educated so that they railroad, of San Antonio, two ribs Mr. Morgan would sell the Louisville .
part or all of the arrears. look to the officers and depend' upon broken. and Nashville and that Mr. Per. :\fanllfa,>lurf remitted Slam ami | mml-.. ..t-I.r'\ '
The commissioners are not graph ) Nuppli Any styli N
them for specific Instructions In the yiits J. Foster, of Houston, Tex., hip kins replied! that It was not likely that
to purchase estates which are not hours KprriHl aUfiition i III> mail I orJ.r.llt'li !(J
1 least matters. They have not the dislocated. Mr. Morgan would sell to any interestshis
mainly! agricultural or pastoral. Thus. t \\ iu (the ,rit!i.\' nive j u- a fall. :c
self-reliance of the Americans"CHINA Robert Harnahan, brakeman, of San firm could not control and then Ny
Killarney Is exempt under this clause
Antonio arm broken face bruised. asked the president of the SeaboardAir % li'. l !Mahl!,ht.t... .lackMiutlllf" I Iu N
In cases of untenanted estates pur-
NOT DISTURBED Miss A. Kistler. of Great Deed, Pa., Line. He understood it was Ir.1Iorgan's '" N252525252S2525'aS
chased by the commissioners, they are 252.2S2.5252S25252SBC.5ll' 2SS5 lSC.5 t S
arm dislocat'd.WiUiam Idea to sell the Louisville
empowered to execute the necessary :
Returning Missionary Declares Report Debrowalski, of San Antonio and Nashville interests so that it I
works of improvement which tremen- :
.. of Trouble Exaggerated.San bruised. would not conflict! with the Southern
'; dously enlarges the of the com I
scope Francisco March 28.-Rev. Dr.
John Quinn, engineer, bruised and railway.
mi son's; expenditure. The commisfion I R. T Ryan of the Southern Baptist crushed.

is empowered to declare subtenants church who for the last 17 years has The three dead Mexicans were relatives THE ACOUSTICON A SUCCESS.:

to be tenants of any holding occupied been a missionary in China, has reached of General Geronimo Tevino, of
by them which will vastly ben the Wonderful Invention of Alabama Man
city enroute to his home in Monterey, Mexico who was on his
efit hundreds. North Carolina.: Stands Rigid Tests.
way to San Antonio, accompanied by '
I Fishing and mineral rights, which He that the New York March 28. Another
r reports rumors of prospective his wife and son.! The Trevinos are demonstration r + An tlnatl0n 4y
r are among the most controversial, will trouble from an insurrectionin not injured. of the powers of the acous- \ ....
\ t.t
be vested in the commissioners when southern China have been greatly The dead men were in a compartment ticon has been given in this city by ....
1 an estate is purchased and can be disposed exa:;r.tod.: : lIe does not believe of the private car of GeneralTrevino. the inventor. Miller! Reese HuUhison.Mr. .llOu.n.: .

of as the commissioners decide. any serious trouble is to be appre-- The Pullman car in the Hutchison selected as subjectsfor anJ Bsd Cc.mpleJrolo'ls \\

The commissioners are also empowered hended. The withdrawal of the the experiment several inmates of
gar rear telescoped the private car.!, crush- air rrclt. Theo ..hire'sr' < i ;
to determine boundary and other rison from Shanghai recently causedan ing them to death. Their bodies were the New York Academy for the Instruction
Karp ;he system u Fair order fly a.;
disputes between the proprietors of idle rumor to the effect that trouble I not recovered until they had been of the Deaf and Dumb. Some ,.
holdings under the bill. The commis- was about to arise. China has. 1 had been stricken with deafness at r '
4 burned to a crisp in the fire, which 1 LIVER PILLS I
ion has the first claim to purchase in fact: according to Dr. Ryan never destroyed the entire train. Includingthe too early an age to remember what :' f ,{U4fOifS

bankrupt estates and can resell themto before been in such good condition for engine. The fire orIginated' from the meaning of sound was, anone! t t ANDTONIG! PELLETS

tenants or use portions of them for the invasion of peaceful missionaries the oil in the tender. young girl in particular almost: vnutinro
y hivvd, c. -t-auon and t." ,
the repatriation of evicted tenants. al : rw gouu Ir"d
;t and other foreigners. Some inconvenience The trains were eastbound. The spasms of delight when the earpiece
4 1 I :. The latter point is regarded as being is always to be feared in out first the Eagle Pass train, was stand was adjusted and she heard thstrains ., ; thr ruses in y/ur cheeks Rimon'i Lhrr PUb tnjTook.
r one of the most vital features of the :. Pellets pcntlj i=si i noun Free *t.. j. / /
of from
the way places small bandsof of music.
ing on the main line at LaCoste. The
.l f bill insurrectionists but in the main: cause of the stop at LaCoste which is Mark Twain was in the little audience t b..kleL. at dealers, ct rnB'A I

: r. the country is not disturbed. only a small place, Is not known. Th! as was also Mrs. George Dewey, BROWN MFQ. CO.

:1 i i f' LIBERALS ARE SATISFIED. limited, from El Paso, was travelingat wife of the admiral. There was one New tort mniQreenetiilk

MUST STICK TO AGREEMENT. I I a good rate of speed when it crashed !skeptic present.He was deaf, but ,
Lost Election, but Greatly Reduced had faith in the invention
Coal Miners Insist that Award of Commission into the rear of the Eagle Pass no so he Teno.
I z. Majority of Conservatives. Be Lived Up To. train. asked to be put in the chair. This

a London, March 28.-The Chertsey Ha/Cflton. Pa.. March 28.-The executive The engine of the limited crashed was done, and his face flushed with

r' division of Surrey, a Conservative board of District No. 7, United through a caboose which was hitchedto surprise when he was able to distin

stronghold, has been retained by the :Mine Workers of America has noti the rear of the Eagle Pas train guish "Mamma" from "Papa." Hutchfnson .

: Unionists as the result of a bye-elec fled the Markle company and A. Par and into the rear sleeping car. This said: "Hello" to him and he
tion held for a successor in parliament { -
S dee & Co., independent coal operators. car in turn telescoped into the Tre-- repeated it.
.I.It to II. C. Leigh-Bennett, deceased that the miners will insist on the vino private coach, Killing the Mexi "A number of other tests were made

t ; J. A. Fyler, Conservative having award of the strike commission being cans. and all were successful. 'OST+ orric': HICK.{ MOUI o< \I. \. i i.t.

t defeated II. H. Longman Liberal, carried out to the letter. These two The engine of the limited was de- -
by 1.150! votes. But as this is only Bolivia Revolutionists Active. .
firms, according to members of the stroyed. Most of the injured were --- -
i New York. :March 28.-The revolu
1 about one-half the majority obtained
board have suggested to the men that on the limited and their hurts are due
by the Conservatives at the last election work be continued under existing conditions to the shock, being thrown from their tionists in Acre, under command of !&ffiI.1i: !1! W- r1iR! .!1i g1; ftIIIIIi.! ... .. ."
the opposition is fully entitled seats. General Placido Castro are encamped r
without regard to the arbitra I
t. to consider the rise as being another ment. I The injured were brought to San in Provideacia district of Orton
blow to the government I Antonio. says a Rio Janeiro dispatch to The
The proposition was rejected at a
Mr. Longman who is a Home Rule, Herald. General Sampaio, who has

fit!- was deprived of a considerable portion meeting of the executive board.. I MAN'S SIGHT RESTORED. arrived at Porto Alonzo. with i.50u I siauss(2.

'f of the non-Conformist vote as a men, sent a courier advising him to ,

t. result of the recent manifesto issued Steel Magnates In Session. Lorenze Method of Bloodless Surgery abstain from any military operations

by R. W. Perks, Liberal member of Pittshurg March 28.-A largely at Treatment Used. against the Bolivians, and at the

4 f :: parliament, who practically controls tended special meeting of the direc Morribtown. N. J., March 28.Aftertwo same time ordered him to return to &.
'i t the non-Conformist in Dngland. tors of the Crucible Steel company of Porto Alonzo. General Sampaio intends
of total blindness
declaring that the Liberal leaders America is being!; held today. The years' George to disband Placido Castro I WHOLESALE
Lewis is able to see. His sight has!
rumor is persistent that it was calledto forces. j
choose between
the Irish
or teen restored by a form of the Lo- isZ
.: alliance, because: of the consider a proposition to sell the
L : : action renze method of bloodless
surgery Fought Way to Top.
control of the Claiton Steel
of the Catholic Irishmen in helping companyto s
the United States Steel corporation Two years ago be felt a severe painin New York. March 28.-Alter 28
; the government to the recent ,
but those interested refused to give his right eye, which then became years continuous service in the rail LIQUORDEALERS.
education bill in the face of violent
t noB-Confonr.Ist: out any information at this time. inflamed, and finally he could not see. road business! E. P. Bryan, vice president -!. I
lie went to physicians for treatmentand and general manager of the In .
The campaign throughout was ex CABLE TO HONOLULU. they decided that in order to ter-Borough Rapid Transit company

citing. It was"known as the "Motor --. save the sight of the right eye, the rill: assume entire charge of the Manhattan 7.w

Car Election. Automobiles had Work on Second Link of Line to Philippines I i I left shouli: be: removed. The operation Elevated railway on April 1. Ii'

sever before played so great a part in Has F. e,1un.! was !jwrforrr.tj. but it pave no Mr. Bryan has advanced by step
step 0 C \ I.
; an English election. Premier Balfour .A.. FL01M: I l >,1. \ .
San relief aud Mr.: Lewis became
March: :US: .-The first totally j f.om the position of operator at Lebanon u I II'
: Lord Rothschild and other

F prominent steps! in the wok: preliminary to the Wind. i: a small town in Kentucky, to
:; t persons, lent their cars for the: laying of the cable between Honolulu A t>w weeks ago he heard tut! i his present high rr?ition; s

:; occasion. and the :Midway islands hare bun Now Bamsuick: physician lv.; ')tc'D ------ ._ -- ,- =-

;. taken i using: a form of the Lorenz method I i

:3 j HUNG FOR ROBBERY. The Pacific Commercial Cable company i, and to him he went. After the first CHILD DROWNED IN TUB.

has chartered the steamer! Grace treatment he could see well enoughto

Alabama Imposes Death Penalty For Dollar and on April 1 she will depart : walk home. and now, after twc Peculiar Death of infant In Brooks J Our Specialties 1

That Crime. from this port earring supplies and weeks, he Is able to read. County. :

Birmingham Ala.. March 2 i Quitman, Ga., March 26. !
-Will material for the construction of the' -The : -yar InS

:. .j, Dorsey, a negro was hanged here today cable station on Midway! island. She old child of Ed Humphreys who lh"-sat 'i!.
at 11:59 a. m. for 1.i EMPRESS SUSTAINS INJURIES. Tallokas in the
highway robbery will! also hare on board a number i north-n part of

it being the first instance In the of carpenters and engineers, and the I I the county, lost its life this morning;
: state's history where the death pen work of erecting the buildings will Right Arm Broken as Result of Fall in a peculiar way. I Strauss' Royal Reserve

I ally has been imposed for this crime. be commenced immediately upon her From Horse. .It was just beginning to walk and ,
Ii Dorsey was convicted for entering; arrive 1 1. j Berlin! March 28.-The empress was was left by its mother alone in the

I the home of David: McXamara, a mine The line from Honolulu to Midway I| thrown from her horse while riding at room for a few minutes. During her i 4 FULL QUARTS, S3.50 DELIVERED.

1 operator, near Pratt mines three years Islands will be the second link of the I! Gruecwald today, and her right arm absence it fell head1 first into the slap

: ago and shooting down McXamara and cable which is to connect the United { broken. tub. and when she returned it was !
Her horse stumbled, while she 1
was dead.
i. robbing the place.
f States with the Philippines. The Brit I L
i, : McXamara. though badly wounded, ish steamers Anglia and Colonia are ; riding in the forest. .
; recovered. Dorsey claimed that the at present In London being loaded 'i The empress who was accompanied MAGIC HEALER IN 1'.oC. Strauss "
by Prince Idelbert, her third'' 76"
shooting was done by another negro, with tie cable. j' son, and Maryland
I. but did not deny complicity in the jI I her suite, was assisted to the Hunt Charged with Practicing Medicine Unlawfully

i crime INITIAL TR PP STF'VNED. I ingtoa lodge after her fall and a surgeon and Grand Larceny.

? He met death stoically ,. was telephoned for with the re Buffalo, N. Y.. March 30.N. .-

e ; salt! that a physician was sent to the J. Welchers, professionallyknown Rye
Speed of III Will Not Be ; I
lodge in an automobile, which way as AntonIous the magnetic
; German Princess Resting Well. Tested Until Monday. ,
driven at the highest healer has been
possible speed. sent to jail after
Berlin, March 30.-The following Glasgow, March :to.-The first spinof
night; the Shamrock III. which was to The empress fell heavily. Emp being convicted of conspiracy to de
ror William was near at hand fraud. He will endeavor
j which was mostly quiet, the empress' i have taken place today has been post and was to secure i 4 FULL QUARTS S6.00 DEUYERH.e
among the first to reach her side and bail until Monday, when he will be .
condition is satisfactory. The fracture poned until Monday owing to the fact
I assisted her to rise The sentenced by Judge Kruz
in criminal
imperial the
W which is in a bandage, gives her that a gale of wind is sweeping over party -
was galloping at the moment when : term of the supreme court. -, -- '
no pain. I the Clyde. Captain Wringe feared -- -- -
I' the empress horse. shied and stum Weichers is also charged with grand
to risk the cup challenger's new sails. '
;/ Bad Character Killed. I I Sir Thomas Lipton and Designer bled. larceny in the second degree, and practiclnz 11
'. : medicine ualaw'fully. ; handle everything pertainingi 1 to t : .t LII .
:'F f Mobile, Ala., March 28.-A special : Watson went to Gourock In expectaj j \ -

:;, :; from Attala, Ala.: says P. C. Yoe, a I tion of witnessing the yarht's trial Railroads Resume Service Saloon and
.,S Memphis, Tenn., March :23.! -All railroads having a wholesale Hmt in 'I'
{ .? S 1" character, was shot and Wringe it was decided that it 789Ti$ Coal Dealers Restrained.
killed at that place last night by Policeman but after consulting with Captain entering Memphis from the wet: Chicago March 2;>.-Ten Indiana I Any Quantity and Ship in One S.i.lI

rf:. 1. ..... A. P. Jenkins. Jenkins Wringe it was decided that it was not I bare resumed traffic operations The coal companies; and ten iovi\idual operators
'" .-'j'
f ; claimed that he acted in self-defense. advisable! to risk injuring her in the Iron Mountain line was opened yesterday were restrained by Judge I Price Lists t on application.

II: .,.I r j r t severe weather prevailing today. One afternoon, and atI p. m. the firsttrain Kohlsaat in the United States circuit

: : Millionaire Manufacturer Dead. of the novel features of the challenger .' for more than a week entered court today from continuing their combination Orders: filled promptly 1.81l1da)' a.. ureic': > ,

t :" Chicago, March 28.-N. K. Fairbanks is her main sheet which is of Memphis. Last night the Cotton Belt for the regulation of coal

1. 1 millionaire manufacturer, and I wire rope. This is the first time wire sent: its Texas train out over the IronMountain prices and l output The companies i Remember we are the only Wholesale Liquor .

fi t. director In several banks and manufacturing has been used in this connection on line and today the Choctaw were given! until April 6 to show cause Dealers in Marion
railroad and 'Frisco county.
concerns died at his home J board any yacht on this side of the system began why the order should not be made per .

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t I ft'I; THE ()GALA BANNER, APRIL 3, 1003

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Ple.stut weather ill Gaiterville! at

present and the farmers are taking . COMPANY >
advantage of It i U shown in the way

they are killing grass. F. D. POOSER, Agent,

Mr. D. L. Morrison: who has for :
.. the pant few,mouths been at Shady

(CROSS THE OCKLAHAHfl. 1 pastor of the Moss Bluff church, but tude for the glorious gift of ins t5l1u.\I SOCIAL LIFE AT BELLEVlEW. and Oeala, has returned to Gaiter -r.---. .. r
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SW8 ,
on account illness\ he was not present Muiu! is-oul iunpirim! ; Who has ville. .- : ? ,
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The Beautiful Moss Bluff !Stotion.. sat!, the subject! WitS discussed: by been hulled\ with its power when At the delightful matinee whist I'tMTB. G. T. Van Husen! and R. .. ...."". '*V"tt"*.."...*5l J11._....T_A*-* '.........>- 'ItW'..J1'

I Enthusiastic Sunday School Association the delegates at some It-ngth. taking \I\ +rt or Imteuing to those given Friday afternoon by Mrs. Chas. Morrison Lave the finest melon vinesof -/-"r- ': t e.:: '. ;.. I ;

i ...Personal Notes, After the ciimmiitt on program! t-iJgill with he .piritand with theunder.n T Tnl'lk at her pretty home on Erp any one in (iaiterv>Ile. .. I. \. \ 'i .:. -. .,., I.As I.
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I had tiuinHiiirnl that there would be live., MKs Webster was the lucky ":. -: .
I Etc. ding? Angels wing! poolnews Miss Lula Dease j is visiting her sister l;

preaching iu the evening by Rev. H. to earth, and the Uedt-emer shall winner of the first prize while Master Mrs.: Corn Keddingof Oeala and I: ;

I I A representative: the Ocala H inner C. ;Martin, the convention adjourned sinui u-w song before the throne Robert\ Austin, who was called upon we think if she don't return sown I I :

i returned Monday from a three day!>' substitute for Mrs. Abbott\ '<- ,
uutill Sunday; morning I !" to captured i '
I whn Je"ussb.tll come aaain: there will be cue fellow leas in Gaiter- ,
to the southern p trt of the eouu- >
, trip the consolation.On .
There was lo have been a Sunday I Alt-r tin adoption of resolutions expresMUK .
visiting Muss Blutfaud dl' uit .. vilie.Mr. before stated, 1 have on hand a i!
[ ty, School m&rirt mating Sunday IlIoru-1 the thank of the delegates Friday evening Mrs. O. M. E. T. Jordan, who has spent carload of one and two-horse mowers, f

The aunual convention of the Eastern ing and an exhibition of ('h'rt work and l vi-iiors to thegood people of the Gale entertained a few young ladies some time in tit. Petersburg, returnedto rakes, pickle grinders and repair- '
part. and shall have in the next teu :
'1. District of Marion County Sunday by Mr II. C. Groves, of O-ala, president i-I community for their unbounded hos- informally.The his home at Heidtville and madea lays a car load of reapers, binders,

School Association Was called to j of the Mate: huuduy; School Association pitaiiiy i during Ihe !session, the l'OU- children who for best attendance call in Gaiterville Sunday evening. shredders to make and every part pertaining.
harvesting a success.Remember
wl't'Llt Mnw! Bluff Saturday and Sunday \ but extremely dig gret' veil*ion adjourned. through the school year, received Mr. Charley Strickland, of Heidt that the McCormick

the Congregational church able weather his binder is the only right hand machineon
at : prt-veute.l
presence.Mr. I i vine Gaiterville and
The convention was interspersedwith prizes ou Friday at the closing exercises was in Sunday the market, and should you buy
and totbu point we wended our way G. J. :-i.r. zier, of Ocklawaha, who i
numerous: H(>ugs which were en.tered of the school, were, in Prof.Greeu'd we understand had company, too. any other, you are pure to be dis.p- I
Saturday morning, and found the was also on the for pointed. !
program a Sunday
into with much vigor and spirit room where four were offered, Come again, Charley We defy and challenge the world to f

bouse comfortably filled with delegates School talk WMS kept away by the inclement ] iI.v all present. Messrs. Forrest! and Helta BO ant received first Ivy Hew>rs. A. W. Brass and Leonard med us in the harvest. field. There ;
visitors from the surrouud- weaih much th. I is the place to show what machines i
*. and "r to diappointment II your
several duets made Ocala
I VanSickle rendered Wbir4ellant second : Lorena Freeman, Redding a flying trip to are. Call and see me and I

ing country.
; At 11 a. m. the convention was At 11 uVliH-k Rev Mr. Forrest delivered hearers.Nt.TKS :. In the Primary department, under there which was simply an up to date you machine, and sold save will you be money.put up Every and _

i'called to order by Rev Harmon Mari H very forceful sermon from ABOUT MOSS I5LUKK.Messrs. Miss Belle Strooel, those receiving the in all respects.Since tested before it is turned over to you. .;.J

tin, president.of the county association I Mathew ix :1919.At : J. T. Lewis, N. L. Fort and, I five prizes were Raymond Gale, the violets are gone there is F.D. POOSER Agent. i

; with prayer. Rev. R. A. For I 12 o'clock another !!l"Irnp'uou8IIprt'ad T. S. Vtughu have the finest looking I II I Zebie Freeman, Maggie Whisenant, one poor boy thai is lonely. Wonder 3-lfj-dlt-wlm :j

rest, of Orlando, who is in charge of wan prepared and all did ample cri'pH of beans to be fouud anywhere Alice Polly and Susie WnisenanL who he is?

the Christian Mission Alliance in justice toward strengthening the in (he county, and will start shippingnext '.-'
On Saturday the weather was somewhat Mr. F. B. Turner, of Ocala, will r'Ih;" I. ., @ t

Florida, preached a very interesting physical man. If such a thing were ;Monday. The rt'ct'ntht'II.\'Y rains, threatening, all who could procure vising his old home in east Gaiter. g'\ .... -.J:; ;I

and instructive ermon from Ilxodus: however w ill cut their short by :J '" i
possible: we should !say that this even crops: ville Wednesday.Mr. I
conveyances, went over to beautiful 1JI'1. = t
xiv:15. The sermon was followed surpassed the feast on Saturday, butas :25 per cent. Lake Weir to the "school picnic F. D. parkman says his :""'"'tHr- -.

by the ringing of "Simply Trusting the "lust geeius: best" we ouly hay :Mr. L. Waterman, the successfulmill and fish:! fry." Messrs. Whiseuantaud chance for making a crop this year l.o'---... .. >-<' ) ; JJ. !I

Je Wl." equaled It.Promptly man, has disposed of his millpropt'rty Hardison with two colored men as looks very weak for his field is go wet O ( <2 iT .IL. .

After prayer by R sv. O. W. Ylin.I at o'clock the convention to Mr. L. A. Origins, who will helpers went to the Lake Friday he can't plant yet, and I guess it is < i

Sickle, Messrs. R.A. Forrest and C. H. asHoon MS a few improvements can be i :-\L
again went into "session. night and had wonderful "luck"catching too late to commence ditching now.

't; VanSickle rendered duet in a most "How to Teach a Bible Class" was made, mart it in full blast. The constantly I. almost four hundred splen- The quarterly meeting commenced -. /- ..e 1 1r ,

t admirable manner. This ended that the topic for the next discussion, improving condition of thing did perch. On the arrival of the at Cedar Grove church April

f .r; morning session. which was ably led by Mr. W. E. around the settlement! has made this crowd, all the "workers" turned to 1. Everybody invited.:
r J. t, The delegates and visitors wet e then Martin, Messrs. C. H. and G. W. an important part of the industries in I with a will and dressed and cooked UNCLE JOE. 4

t Invited to partake of the bountiful that section.Mr. -- -----
VanSickle, H. C. Martin and I{. A. while the
"other folks" stood around Cures When Doctors Fall. ROLLS FROM Only the best
repast prepared and brought to the Forrest all made very interesting J. U Ration will in a few days offering OUR OVEN material
suggestions and doing theother goes
Frank Chias-son Patterson
grounds by the ladies of the commu- talks on this subject, and after summing have a new ferry boat ready for oper Mrs. into the oven and
"stunts" peculiar to this class otiudividual La., writes June Sih, 1901 : "1 had only the
To describe this feast of the ation. The and i
nity. turpentine lumbering
the whole the following was .
up >!. At 11:30 eighty sat malaria fever in very tad form, was
: things edible is beyond the pen of the iu this section have reached such immense but BEST BREAD
declared the opinion of the convention down to the feast prepared and under treatment by doctors, as'
] writer hence he will only say that it : A Bible class teacher shouldbe proportions that the boat now general soon a* I stopped taking their med. rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
good fellowship prevailed, aud wholesome. A few dices buttered is a
was jest the best ever," etc. oue who first of all knows the per.sonsl in use i is inadequate to the demand.A the icine the fever would return. I used meal in itself and almost as nutritious
pleasures of the day were in no bottle of Herbine found it
j1 After dinner the meeting was opened of the Holy Spirit in shooting\ scrape was indulged in sample as meat.
presence way marred by the rain which came helped me. Then I bought two bottles Orders for Bread, etc., can be mon
b) Mr. W. E. Martin delivering his or her heart, and aim to convert Saturday by some of the colored helpat up and hurried all bands off home. which completly cured me. I satisfactorily; filled by

l the address of welcome, which was every scholtr in the ('111.8&. the Middletr.n turpentine camp, feel grateful to you for furnishingsuch
Mrs.Adolph Mitchell of Sumw
ably responded to by Rev. H. C. Martin but the quick work of Mr. R. C. Mid- a splendid medicine, and can 9ENUS'BAKERY
After. beautiful solo entitled "Not field
spent a few days last week at
I representing the Fort King sunday die ton ill hustling the combatants\ ; out honestly recommend it to those suffering .
Ashamed of Christ" by Mr. (J. H. T. A. Mitchell's: on Robinson ave. from malaria, as it will surely Than by Try oil'sr I litlY in town.
school. of the .
neighborhood put a quietus to ---- -- -- -
VaaSickle, the subject "The Benefits Judge L. L. Hopkins wife and cure them." Herbine, 5oc a bottle at --

Reports" the various schools were of Music the Suuda School attains before anyone was killed. Two the Drug Store. m
) was daughter, Mrs. Benedict and littlegrantlon Anti-Monopoly : Jerry Burnett
theu called for, and those represented of the negroes were i shot: but neither ,
taken up. The following very interesting left Sunday. for their home Draining of Orange Lake.
reported as follows; Harmony Un- seriouslyV'arrantsare now out for
paper by Mrs llallie Anderson, in Danbury, Conn. Merchant
Editor of the Ocala
iou-'\'. W. Jackbou, superintendent; their arrest but as they have fled and 'To the
the delegate from the Electra Suudayschool With the windows open on a very
4 teacher, 31 pupils; use Cook's literature will in all probability not be appre- We hear that Mr. Gaitskill says
was adopted as the official pretty little and
orange grove, a pleasant -
collections for mouth hended. that etlbrts will be made to have Or- Tailoring.
; average views of the convention. balmy "Florida"" breeze giving
93 <'uU; delegates, Mrs. Hal lie An. Me rs. Fort & Thus have a number auge: l lake drained and that those behind -
"The benefits of music in the church one that delightful feeling rest aud Ocala Florida.
derson and Mrs. C. H. Morse. Oeklawaha of tea'us at work hauling. timber to the movement are determinedto ,
and Sunday school are so patent' that peace characteristic of our state Finest Imported and
Bridge-B. I. Hull, superintendent the OckUwaba river where it i is being do it, but Mr. Gaitskill is incousis- Domestic Cloths.
knows where to take
one hardly up a good puetl congregation gatheredSunday
t 4 teachers 43: pupils literature I rafted via the Rt. Johns:: river to Jack- tent in his actions. If he means to
; ; ; Cuttinga: SpecialtyFits
the hubject. The bent place to look i morning, for the dedicatory
used, Sunday School Board of SliD vint'/ drain Orange lake why does he so Guaranteed.
for its approval is in the Bible; we I service at the little M. E Church,
Southern Baptist", Convention ; dl'lgalt' Among Florida Truckers. I obstinately oppose the fish catching?
i ilud that it has an important place in I recently enlarged aud beautified
Staualand. Fort King- The special correspondent of the at If he is going to take the waters oil of
scripture as part of religious worship.: Caudler. A large party from Belle-
New York Packer follows
Hev. H. C. Martin speaks as I the lands of private parties against
represented by ;
Musical instruments were among the view drove A .A
I over, enjoying the delightful -
no report. MOMS Bluff Union -W.E. Anthony : their will he might at least allow 0H

Mariiu 3 teachers earliest inventions. Jubal, Adam'sgrandson This town is planting about 4 drive: with nature's sermons, them the privilege of using the fish
superintendent; ;
was the: father of .all such I the services and of the
good tenuous
I acres in melons and cantaloupes ; E. oH of these land white the fish are
32 literature Used Cook''ttrage \
pupils; [ ;
ashandietheharp! : and organ. :Miriam, visiting dcrsymcu, and the
hopitali.t *
&\ monthly colltolious, 51; I L. 11owellltai, acres in cantaloup.These ( yet alive. It will be a benefit to the Seeds
I will remember when the Iiraelilevrosstd of the
good flt'urlof Camber who
you ,
delegates, M. H. Morrison, J. T. will be inspected and! old f. o. ) community 10 have the fish taken out .' farmer
I : the Red St a and the Egyptians amply provided for all out of town : aaa an, tubwt by w'.t. : I....
Lewis, James HoUou acd Aaron b. cars at loading point. Other parties if it i is to be drained, for it will certainly It\ ''i""ipt'nDWII'ma. \
I were overthrown, with other 'j"ilor.lrs.. Wt'Dldl1:1" !. pa). r? ya 'tc
lcKlnDl' '. have acreage of about 2HX,( >. :Mostof \ Hohtead make the lands around the ""frY' .i.Irapapr .i,
d atrLenanau All
"How to Keep up Interest iu the I i I women, played on the timbrel our output has. heretofore been ollttlll'itt.stturg slidIit Bertha Ricke, accompanied hike uninhabitable for quite a whileif JKM d'a11103!aid r.free to all P.,4 pj Ag.,1>h.-.ut4

aud sang praises! to (;iod for hyr>Mixter: au the organ, rendered D. M. FERRY & CO.,
Sunday School" was theu discussedat parties who are very well I these fish", are left there to die after Detroit, MIch.

length by Rev. (J. W. VauSickle, deliverance. We have nothing satisfied with the quality, purkinsr.etc. several choice vocal selections : the waters have been taken away. .Wucr

Wiuter Park, Itev. R. A. Forrest, of like tue systematic i: cultivation Anthony U i situtted on the Sea Board which acted greatly to the morning It seems if Mr. G. is working aiaiusthis :

Orlando, and Htv.ll. C. Mai tin. The of music among the Hebrews: until I Air Line il'., giving a Ihrouuh line aud afternoon services.Mr. own interest as well as that of T. MURPHYMachine
Alfred Nelln of Glovmille X. 1-
of the school of ,
solution accepted by the conventionwas the establishment to Washington and other Eastern others if he persists in leaving the

: Let the parents have a deeper the prophets.: Theu DiA\ ill, in his arrangement points., Have a large packing houseou Y., left Monday for a trip South before fish there and having the lake drained -
!starting! for his Northern home. and Iroi) Worls{ .
experience grace and the teachers I of the: temple service set the ralroad here besides other also. And, another thing, when

be more earnest and consecrated.The apart four thousand wingers who }parsed packing houses near the railroad cnn.lIcctl'tlly Mrs. S. Vining arrived Mondayfor Mr. G. was giving his testimony to Iron 1ra.t. and Krou/e {'R"t.
I visit with her father D. E.
subject ; "The Sunday School I the Lord with instruments; as ttIt-phone with depot here. Sfobel.Mr a prove that the lake was a "marsh" he ings; Machine and PatternShop ,

.. f Superintendent, His Qualifications I did Solomon and others. So we have The output of cantaloupes: should be would not even call it a lake, bu '
\J ?. 0. M. Gale and three childrenleft *; Marinrand Railroad 'it
and Duties" was then taken up. In always had vocal and instrumental about 4 to 5 cars a day iu season ; spoke of it as the "8111: II..d'l lake, aud

the absence of Mrs. Riddle, who was music in the thurcL.tuic is attractive watermelons 10 to 20 cars. J>fan#, I Sunday: for Ocala, to s"{ cud some now when he is trying to stop the ICfpair. r

to Lave read paper on this:: subject, | especially to the youug.j tomatoes, egg plant and okra are all .time, with Mr. Gale who is,, employedat fishing he calls it a lake acd makes it 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville

Messrs. Martin, VauSickleand others j :\ >li means something'heu! we ill inted extensively. the Tea Pot Grocery. appear to be quite an important bodyof ---- -

made hlmrt talks, after which the following -j I hear the('hoir singingChy 2Cot" we Ed., the second son of Frank Lights water. We would just like to PAGE WOVENWIPE
Dissolution of Co-Partnership. .
!! was throw from his horse Monday
was accepted as the views of wouderhy! feinners do not come toi know how he can reconcile the two
i Notice is hereby given thai theh1itrtnerhip and badly hurt.
the convention: The superintendent I Christ, or catch the- refiain, "Almost, statements?

should be a Christian of proper executive ,j But Lost" we are sad. When we ting I (irtween' J. M. heretofore Liddell and existing E. E Mrs. J. D. Pope spent several days ONE IXTKKUsTED. I FENCINGMade

j flowers, with industry and per am Thine, 0 Lord" it means that Bogart under the firm name of Li I Hud Bogart, has been dissolved hycou.st'tlt. JOSH.
1"1 m !drain Miduguu,
i 8evt'rauct' e have given our lives to Jod'a service. normal The bu-iuess will Is hereby given that the annual meeting :

Whtu shout "I'rl&bth continued J M. I.hhlt.lIallll Don'i fail to read Rhemauer & Co's of thebtoekLoMfrs of The Ocala Stroiigeot, Lightest, )cost
A paper ou "The Relation of the I we : be by sou. Fair Association will iw held on 1 m>v.day ,
J. M I I.I1J11tI.L
Pastor to the Sunday School" was to I/>rJ" or 'HalUlujab Thiue the E. E. BtHiAUT.Santos ., ad on page :3. They are offering some the 14th day of April, 1903, at II Serviceable and Cheapest! ,::1
I o'clock. A. M. at the Court house iu
have been read by Ht'v.Ir.. Luter, (Jlory\ ," it is our expression of grati- March lit, 1m great inducements. the City of Ocala, Marion County, I'EN'I T: (. JI.'UI':. I

Florida, for the purp< *e of electing aBoard I
Xo Barb Wire to tear the
of Directors and for the transaction -
jt ii of such other business! as may; Clothing injure animals I

t NEXT 'lI-IURSD1- APRIL VJJLJL1-, properly come before the meeting. Cannot be Torn Down, j
W.. W. t'LYATT, H. A. FORD,
1i H Secretary. President.:: Carried oil and Burned. f

I! | "Will Be Our 33irtlldaV' will then be seven years old. Are we going to celebrate? Well we Plymouth-- -Rock- Eggs--- --For- Sale. Keeps Everything Barred I

I 1 guess we shall HEovP By the greatest mercantile event ever known in the history of Ocala. Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth] From the Smallest to the :
Rock eggs for sale at $1 per dozen ;
j Laagest Fowl or Animal.
Also Creole Onion Plants at 25 cents .

hundred. S. L. Bitting Ocala For Particulars Write to :
per ,
Our Anniversary Heel Tag Sale.A.pril 9th to ISth Fla. 3 20 dw '

Prepare your flower beds now, fertilize F. G. SAMPSON, flgt.Boardrrjan tI

them freely, buy your plants at
( THE RACKET COMPANY the Greenhouse to fill them. I ) Florida.o' .

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- t 'fHt UCALA BAXN!: APRIL 3. 1903 I
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I i 1 Gentry's-Gentry's famous Dog ud' dog Pony and Show.pony r tt tt4tt ri tr9 ott'' r rtto o to fi f ''ro, irt rv t tif tirtttir, ori ''irmt oo +' +

show gave two" exhibitions in thn
. + city Monday I and a street ('!ifllctt'".
, Of course the little 1I11t'i!! tore delight
r ed. Since it was here last this show : ABE JAKE 2
f baa ad Jed many novel frittimnnd
continues to grow better an t letter I o- r

M f every year. TEA POT GROC RY y

i J what The industry hut-cess\!! of and the perseverance(Entry's how; ,
acoomfli>h. Lea*than twenty 'etr>4
: ?, ago/ H. D. Gentry, the oldest of the y
brothers started out on the road with
one or two performing dogs) doing

what was regarded as!! very wonderful r- .,S
tricks, and instead of charging a regular

the admission hat, collecting simply only handed what round the ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SAVING MONEY ?

f s (illect"lOrere willing! to five. He
i' finally added one or two ponies to hit
; t t aggregation and began exhibiting
I : under a small canvas and later on,

I I I, r made in a opera tour houses.of the country exhibiting -, If you are in a money saving Just arrived within the past few 3

t Today the Gentry Brothers' Dog
f I t and Pony Show is known all over the
mood when in need of
e er .
;,. country. It is divided into four separate days a carload of -if *
; concern and each one la under
the direction of one of the brothers,
.. and each one of the shows carries a
canvass covering nearly, an acre of
ground,and, besides dogs and ponies

I ;, i )i other almost animals.without monkies number!, elephants, have performing and : MATCHES 3 3It

1\\ .
The show is i in every respect clean
and moral and never fails to att'ord
amusement to both old and young will be to your interest to see us. Made by the Diamond Match Co. 3
To see how well the animals have ,
been trained is an education.
c, We have received carload ofMason's
just a
The profit of a gold mine depends
; not on the amount of rock crushed including 1 Blue Hen, No Brand,
.: : under the stamps but upon the
amount of gold which can be extracted
Jars ", pts qts \ gals,
from the rock. In a similar way
: the value of the food which is eaten Coast, Race, Globe, Atlantic Etc. 5 '
; ,
does not depend on the quantity
, ,_- which is taken into the stomach but .
upon the amount,of nourishment extracted
F; from it by the organs of nutri r
tion and digestion When these organs

f, i' = the nourishment are diseased: in they sufficient fail to quanti extract | Also a large shipment of the finest seed Field Peas. 1

..-. ties to supply the needs of the several
organs of the body and these organs
I .i cannot work without nourishment..
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The result is heart "trouble" liver
"trouble" and another ailment.Dr. .
.Pierce's!Golden many Medical Discovery, PRICES AS LOW AS CAN BE
-r- acting nutritive on every system organ ,of restores the digestives it to t ANYWHERE.PIE .

:: health and vigor. It cures diseases
} remote from the stomach through the
; stomach in which they originated.
"Golden Medical Discovery" contains 1

i neither alcohol Millinery- -,-nor-- -Opening.narcotics.'- FOOD Everything in the way of fresh fruits for pie makingis

Tuesday afternoon: E. K. Nelson!

j & Company held their spring and iS about cleaned up and out of the market and we
summer millinery opening. The
I +
opening attracted a large number of CANS !
must look to our canned fruits that t
J ladies and was a great success in were packed last
: f every respect.
: The interior of the store was quite the fruit We list of
E summer during season, present a summer fruits
; prettily decorated with palms and l

ful evergreens hats and besides trimmings the many of every beauti de E we know you would like for pies: 3.1b, cans Pie Peaches, Apples Egg

.. There was a sp'eudid display\ of all E Plums Rhubarb Golden Pumpkin, Marrow Squash; gal, cans Peaches.
that is new and nobly in headgearand !:

'!> there i H something suitable for Apples Grated Pineapples: 20 and 3Mb buckets Fruit
Y ,
I everybody in price as well as!!It.It'. Jelly ?C
Many other articles enjoyed I bye
5 femineuity were shown !!IUl'111ls veils I --
i I! ribbons, flowers, handkerchiefs, etc. .
A most pleasant innovation and
; one that was thoroughly acceptableand
,. ".' .' delicious enjoyable fruit lemonade was the and serving cakes of :" Hay Grain Bran' ;'-t"

'., by Miss Moore, Miss Jones and Miss: ,
ti Emma Nelson.
t d The rear of the store had been s"-' IteiueunL.'r -j Is
screened off and appropriately fixed Our Purina Mule Feed Itamrmbrr _
x .Y for the serving ot these dainties.! Ourriatiorm
: Thebtorewas thronged during the :
s entire afternoon. PRICES 'm
Cotton Seed: MealCow QUALITY=
A Thoughtful Man.
t -- .\. .oN.-. The I I.oue*>t. ,
A :\1.1.. Austin, of Winchester! lud, 'Y .I* High A* The IIiKIiet. "
,. knew what to do in the hour of need
r Hit wife had such an unusual case of

5 ... stomach and liver trouble, physicians Feed Etc.
could not help her. He thought of
and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills p- /1 '-I/'
and she got relief at once and was dVt/ dt
finally cured. Only 25c; at AntiMonopoly 4I
: thug Store and Tidings &:
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Daily Services.
Beginning next Sunday there will J
>- J
t :: le services at the Baptist Church

t f, + on morning Sunday and will evening.be conducted The services by the When in town make our office your headquarters 2C 2C :C :C ?C

pastor, Rev. L. B. \\arreu, comuieudujj .
t} on Monday night, Rev. J. L, Yours for more business -

:, t White, of Macou Ga.,one of the most
a + eminent divines the south,will have ABE BROWN & BRO'
charge of the meeting. Everybody Proprietors _
will be cordially welcomed to attend
t these meetings and it is hoped that

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