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 10, 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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Death of Mrs. Barton. I Daughters of the Confederacy. Doings of the County Board. I I I OUR BUSINESSIS I

;h :ow RELIABLE Mrs. I. Af. Barton died at her homeat Tun lay afternoon Mrs. E. L. 1 The toard of county commissioners!

Duunellon Tuesday morning at Carney very pleasantly entertained I finished its labors Tuesday and adjourned. BANIiItiTG.: I

the Daughters of the Confederacy at .
four o'oclock after illness of .
an nearly their monthly meeting. j Mr. Long's report of the poor farm We carry accounts of all classes and make loans to t

f five weeks I Yesterday was the eighteenth wedding bowed the expandilures for March to customers as they need, in proportion to the value of {!

Mrc. Barton before her marriage anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. I be f 136 lees 13 35 for produce !;Old. The their business to us, and their promptness in paying. !

t I was Miss Nannie Greene, of Owens Carney and for this reason Mrs. Car- ) farm consists of fourteen acres, corn, If you have no bank account you are losing much i

boro, Kentucky.She ney entertained the Daughters instead six acres piuders, three acres cantaloupes convenience and help. The way to get it is! to write or i I

: would have been forty years of on Friday, the regular meeting and sweet potatoes and velvet come to see. us. .
day. beans to be later Commissioner l\11xnoE & CHAMBLISS
planted on. -
t of age had the lived until the -1st of i

I tI April. She was married to Judge The Daughters presented their Long believes that the BACKERS,
I! Barton about hostess with; a beautiful hand painteddish farm will be self supporting.! OCALA, FLORIDA.
sixteen years! ago and __ ___
as a token of the esteem in which Collector Thagard reported 60.6.1 I
i has been in Florida for a number of
't'ars.fhe she is held. collected for licenses for the month of Lost-IhWUd. Notice i
) union was blessed withtivechildreurone
The regular mel'ting11.3 transacted March. Several thou'and dollars invested Is! herebygiven: that the annual meet
boy and four girls I
Y\, r: -all of whom survive her. I and a box of various articles were Five road petitions engaged the .attention (and lost) in lands in Marion county iog of stockholders of The Ocala! I

fJ t. The funeral was I hltl in this city gotten ready to send to the Confederate : I of the board. without having first obtained an i I I F. Association will he held on T IH I t

Absoru2iy Pure. yesterday! afternoon at 3SO I o'clock Bazir, which will be held in I The clerk was instructed: to furnish abstract of title from the Marion I day, the Uth day IIf April, 1903, at U I

THERE IS W SUBSTITUTE from the Presbyterian church, of Richmond on April lath. I the good roads bureau at Washing County Abstract Com paD). For re- o'clock. A. 1\1 at the l'ourt (louse fa \
which the deceased was a devoted At this meeting the question of 1 I ton with statsitics' concerning Marion ward see another column. I the City of Ocala I Marion county.
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t -- and consistent member. Rev. W. C. saving the funds now on hand and of i I, county's goal roads. __ I. X. EXPERIENCE. I Florida, for the purpose of eleotting a I

,! Mono: TIllS PAPER WILL NOT Lind y conducted the servk-esand the adding to it for the purpot-eof erecting I Commi-'eioner Fort retried thati Judge W. :5. Bullock and family and i Board of Directors and for the trallsMessrs.
FA w1' Tin nIT 01- TilE MAX WHO I
HAS SUIUJKXLY AND WITHOUT MERIT following srentlemen acted as pallbearers a Confederate monument on the I i the boat at MOM: Bluff had not been [ G R McKtu.n and t'. "'. action of such! other hu..illt' as may

Mes. public square in this city was discuss. built, according to pUns lOud tpecifi- Miller took the Ockbwah'i river
REACHED THE TOP OF THE KILL; NOR : .r:. 0 i. S. Scott T. B. I trip : properly come before the lUt'etior.

WILL IT KICK TICK MAN WHO IS GOING Snyder, E. 1'. Tha;ard, X. M. Allred, ed and the nnnument will be an accomplished j j cations.j Tuesday as far down as Palatka. i W. Yo ('LSATT H. A. FORD,

DOWN IT. T. W. Troxler awl F. E. Harris. The fact no doubt before very I Mr. Long submitted his report as They returned \Veduesday afternoon. i fo'rt'tary President

remains were laid to test in Greenwood long. I to the value of the Holder phosphate .
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SARA ELI2AS2TH' HASSIS. Local Siitcr cemetery.Mrs. After the busines-s was transactedMrs. I property and its taxable value

Barton was a devoted wife and Carney, assisted by Mrs. W. V. was fixed at $15,000 instead of$'OON, )). Iii I. I

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. mother, a beautiful Christian: character Xewsom, served her guests with delicious Mr. Irvine addressed the board and
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sberbert and cake. that the line _
and in her death one of earth's! thought boundry oe- -

nub I'lulIlt-rlof 1>uoo(>lIon, was noble women I is removed from our The next meeting of the Daughters I! tween Marion and Alachua countiesi

in Ocala Tut's
---- Besides her husband and children | the like instetd of its northern mean
Mr. HWrt Eviu, of Duuudlon, Doings of the City Council. I
Mm. lUrtou leaves a mother and j I tiering1. SPRING AND SUMMER
w wan in OcaU Tuesday. Regular meeting of council washeM
-- -- two Caters, Mrs. Walker, of Kentucky : Mr. Irvine ended his: remarks: by
} last night. .
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. H. A. luglis and Mrs. C. C. Todd, of this introducing a resolution: which v>&*
Reports of officers were read and 1.111.' ofDryandflress
Monday night nt Madison. 1<'11\., a city besides, a large'; number of other adopted by the board and which will
received and current bills audited.
lion _. relatives to mourn her death. be forwarded to our 1 legislature Uw-
-- The clerk was instructed to' notifythe

Dr. J. J. Daniels returned Tuesday This paper extends its heartfelt Ocala Cold Storage Company thatit makers for enactment. Goods

{com a few day's visit to his mother sympathy to the bereaved family and mutt comply with ordinance prescribing Alachua's: board of commiioaers:

in J.ck oovl11i. relative tt'e methods of operating a wish to Inl'ect1arion county's

market.In good roads machinery and Orange Is almost complete.We .
B. Bullock of this .
Hon. Raymond I
Egg Hunt. wants Marion's regulations
county as
the matter placing gates at S.:
county, i'heed lIon. Cromwell Gibbons have lw latest
Easter nm"elties in
Monday April 13. The pupils L. to marks; and brands.
A. railway crossing at the depot,
in nomination. of the Presbyterian Sunday Mr. Weathers succeeded in havingthe
further time was granted the com
Mr*. 0.l E ton and baby returned School are invited to the Manse Monday mittee. taxes on the rectory remitted for White Dress Goods

Turwlay nfternoou from a visit to afternoon from 3 to 6on an egg Inspector Williamson reported the It that could be bought in New York City. It
relatives) at lake City. hunt and rolling. city j .il to be in bad sanitary condition. Sheriff Nugen'9 feed bill was: approved would take too much space to give the
A naughty little rabbit for $:'5fi.; you
downto m names of them but :you are cordially ins
Mrs John D. Buckalew went
Had very bad habitOf A Great Sensation. Commissioner Edwards was! askedI vited to come and look at our stock '

Lake \Vnr Tuesday term-on to hiding his eggs away; There wail a big sensation in Le<*svillf i I to see whether or not the road lead

peud a week or ten da j *. So I want to invite you Jud), when W. H. Brown of that ing from Ft. King to the convict Among our large and varied stock of

-- -- And I'ui sure 'twill delight you place, who wat expected to die, had farm is impassable or not. Ladies' Dress Goods, we will name the following -
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice 8trUM returned -
To help find them Monday. his life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery G. S. Scott could get no relief for :
Tuesday from a week's visitto for Consumption. He writes: Pineapple batiste: cord. . . .at JOe. yd.

relatives and friends in Savannah. This "foxy" little bunny "I endured insufferable agonies from personal taxes, which he claimed was Linen batiste . . . . .at 1;f c. yd.

p Considers himself funny Asthma, but your New Discoverygave wrongfully assessed against the Ocala Embroidered lawn, white and col'd 12c. yd.

\ Mr. A. Morrison, a prosperous farmer Puzzling us thus on the sly: me immediate relief and soon Building & Loan Association.The Colored maline . . . . at 15c. yd.

or Island Grove, !lot in the city So come at three I pray you, thererfter erlVcted a complete cure." board aljourned until the tint Lace lawn, white and cord. . at lac. -Vtl.

visit his Mrs. W. C. Similar cart* of Consumption!! Pneu- Striped mouieline. . . . .at }lac.I:! yd.
on a to daughter, I'm quite !sure! it will pay you, Monday in May.A .
mnuia, Bronchitis andJGrip: are numerous. Mercerized ducks whitt'. . . .at 2Oc. vd.
lUrnes. Our skill against his we will try. It's the peerless: remedy for Big Combine. Imported tissue, cord. . . at 22c.!: )"d.l .

Mr. J. M. Ilt-ll. a prominent turpentine \\'. C. LINDSAY. all throat and lung troubles. Price5th 'orded zephyrs, cord. . . at 2c. yd.

man of the Berlin brctiou: wa* in ., and $1.00. Guaranteed by the By refeieoee to our a'i nrt !ting Boutt de soire. . . . . .at t5c. yd.

t Purchased Hotel.Mr. columns: will be seen that the Ray, Plain silk mouselin. . . at ;?Sc. j'd.
the city Tuesday and leistered at a Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Tyd-
lugs & ( o. druggistf. Tai l bottles Clark, Johnson Company is applyingfor Dotted silk moweliu. . . at 50e yd. QIf
theClub House. Robert Evius:, formerly of
fiee. m letters patent aud pro|>opose to do you fail to see
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purchased the Central
Mr. Charles T. Minis formerly with The Warren Med.i. an extensive bu-iuew.: The advertisement our White Goods
Hotel at Dunnellon and will take will miss the Lest
the W. J. Wilson Dry Goods Store of The Warren medal which is offeredby will explain the nature of you
of the
charge of the same in a few days. season.
Jacksonville, has accepted. position Rev... B. Warren to the scholar. the same.
Mr. Evina!! will give an opening ball Our stock of Dress goods has never been
at the Boston Store in this city. at the school who makes the E. A. Winfree who for the
on the evening of April 27, to which public past: so large as it is now, and it will pay you to

Lt' speech at the closing exercisesof :: two months has been managing the come and get our prices for comparison.
Miss Ethel >well, a charming he has invited a large number of hIs .
I the school in May, is now on exhibition Cable piano interests: at Gainesville, Come now -vhilt" our line is 'omplete.
Ocala friends. Mrs. Will
young lady of Savannah, arrived in Hopkins,
I at A. E. Burnett's. The medalis .has deserted his wife and left a: letter In dress trimmings Wt: can save you from
I Ocala Tuesday and is the guest of Mrs. of Boardman, Mrs. Raskin, of Dunn-
-,1 to 511) ct'nt.
a very handsome one and the win- baying he would not return although p.'r
! M. E. Robinson South Third St.: ellou.and a number of other ladies 8
, ner of it can certainly regard himselfor the neighbors testify\ that the relations -
will act as chaperones at the ball audit
The John McCarthy store, the only herself a lucky person.. of Mr. and Mrs. Winfree were THE \
will doubt be BOSTON
no a grand occasion.Mr. STORE.
vacant one in Ocala, has heel leased by The contestants for this medal will most affectionate before his disappear j
Evins IJ a young man and this t
D. E. Peacock, formerly deputy United paper wishes, him succeain hu new only be allowed ten minutes preparation ance.

fittttrs marshal, and will coon be tilled for their speeches.: Mr. Clarence Imcey has accepted a

t with gotwK __ __ venture. __ h_ position with the A. C. L. railway andis (I .b !
Presbyterian Reception.The .
Col.) W. X. Camp and others are Death of Mrs. 'Abbott. i running between Ol ala and Homo-
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ladies of the Presbyterian I I il15SSLRStSS51S51S555 I
; making an effort to dam Alachua Word was received in Ocala Tue. sassa---
, church will tender a reception to Rev.
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Lake aud expect to obtain a hundred day of the death of Mrs. E. R. Abbott, i
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and Mrs. William Lindsay to-
,] horse power which will lie utilized in which occurred Monday night at the I

0:! lUany1&.11.. winter home of Mr. aud Mrs. Abbottat night at the residence of lion. and Spring MedicineThere \ 15SlSStSlS'SU 5Saass.s' ','sss515: ztsss$ //

: Mr?. Robert L. Anderson from S to J JW
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I Belleview. She had been ill for is no other season when good
i The Heading club held a pleasant o'clock.
I, very several weeks: and her death was not 10:30 medicine is so much needed as in the

I meeting Tuesday afternoon with AH are cordially invited to be pres: Spring. I
I : unexpected.Mr. ANTED
Irl I MI Mela Jewett. The afternoon and Mrs. Abbott were married ent. I The blood ia impure, weak and : II i I

was again devoted to the study of impoverished condition indicated
I' last September.Mr. .
,, Tennj son. Mr. Charles T. Gibson, merchant by pimples and other eruptions on tho
Abbott lived for a number of .
prince of Grahamville, was in the race and body, by deficient vitality, I t ;
: Mrs. B. N. Redding, who has been years in Ocala and his many friends
city Tuesday. He is looking the picture loss of appetite, lack of strength, and Iron
r spending moat of the winter with Mr. Scrap
here extend to him their sympathy in want of. animation. ,
of health, although some time
: and Mr. Charles T. Gibson, at Gra- his breavemeut.
ago his life was almost despaired of. Hood's Sarsaparillaand
: hamville, was visiting in the city r l fletals Rails
, Tuesdar World Wido Reputrtion. He visited Salt Springs\ stayed there PillsMake ., ,

only a few weeks, and It made a new
It is White's Cream Vermifuge has ach- the blood purvigorous and iIj ETC. ETC. ETC.
r said that Chaa. J. Anderson,
of him. He that
ieved world wide as man says no waters I
a reputation beI
i I rich create appetite, give vitality,
editor has ,
: of the Alaehua Enquirer ing the best of all worm destroyers, could be more efficacious and that a

9 I Bay"tn"ualy disapfared. HUue\- and for us tonic influence on weak person don't have to go away from all strength eruptions.: and, Have animation the whole, and family! cure Highest cash price paid for same

2 i'ehrr plant ill lying idle and his and unthrifty children, as t ..___ W _
home to be cured. Mr. Gibson is begin to take them today.
P. Whereabouts unknown. neutralizes the acidity or sourness of
are sixty-five years old and don't look a Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In ADDRESS
the stomach, improves their digestion,
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our family! for some time, and always with
, Jltt \1. E. McCouuell' who has and assimilation of food, strengthenstheir day over forty. good results. Last spring I was all run SABEL BROS.

: been A. nervous system and restores down and a bottle of It, and as usual .
vi\\ ang her sister, Mrs. B. Mr. Emmett Robinson returned got
them to the health, vigor and benefit." Um BvnaBOICI
received great
, Brumby for the past ten days, left Sunday afternoon from Lockloosa, I Jacksonville. Florida. I I1
elasticity of spirits natural to child- Stowe, \'t.Hood's
Tuesday for Jacksonville to join her Lead. 25e at the Antl Monopoly where he had been for a few days, on Sartaparllla promises to .
I daughter, Mrs. W. K. McDonald. Drug Store. m business. J 1 l cure and keep the promlte.S f#.-: 5L4S'15- ass' 'T.aS5 .5'.5' i\.S'.51.5.5'.5' .5'.s.5': ,s 5'tsi.,5S'.5'.5' s. 1"




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gentleman. He has been living there The Steamer William Howard. 'I Cost of Consolidation.
"- I rorseventeen years.! Has a baronial I Lying at Tilghman & Son's dock, I Children can not be educated: for

Most Charming Spot on the Gulf- mansion and hangitgon the walls are uudergoiu' the final touches to its nothing.; Good schools cost ruoney.
it many armorial sties of his ancestors.C machinery: i is to be seen the new Cheapness is not the prime quality of
The Home of the Oranye-Beyond ,
I l. laillesl,Ie'> father was knighted Ocklawaha pas!+euier and freight a school. The organization of any /
the Breath of the Ice King. I '- FEE'INSTANTLY
t by Que..n Victoria and hid! the colonel boat, William Howard, which was system of education, the controllingidea L

e. In his gifu the (,lid of nature has still been a citizen of Heotlaud he built from hull to cabin at the shipyard should be the best developmentof

been most prodigal to the west coast would be a Knight himself, but he I of \\'. M. B.lyd in this city for the child. But I if by the (('.u* lit1a.

of Florida. could not be more loved and respected Capt. J. H. Howard of Grahamville. lion of small tchoolsinto larger ones RELIEVED, QUIChLCl kef

a- than he is by hid fellow citizens of The government inspectors of hulls! centrally located, we can secure getter i
From Pmsacola/ to Cape Sabot the I
I :Sarasota.:; and boilers looked over the new house, better equipment, betttr
j H of such >s-urpassin beauty
laudnoape Col. Gillespie U a great golfer and steamer I last Monday and gave it their teachers:!, better supervisors! better paracampi"A

f that it ueHlslmt to IKJ seen to excite: has won many trophies( both in this approval and authority to sail. attendance, and a richer !ocial life,

[ exclamations of admiration. country and in his native laud. He The Howard i is of 97 tons, S5 feet and can secure all these advantages

t 1 In deaorihimr it no embellishment i idpossible. in an agreeable and pleasant! gentleman loner, 21 feet beam and has a item witbout additional expense: : no one Soothing, Cooling, Healing Remedy

;, 1 It were ai: needless to HI- and dispenses! a lavish hospi wheel and pNtun valve: t'ngiDthe can object to the economy. A :summary : Reauces me Sweiung, Removes a... S.reresi. Si-; > e c t3r-..w leas i

tempt to gild the sun, paint the lily or tality. latter the product of the Merrill( Stevens gathered from eighteen elatees Jut: Fever and h !ammauor., Prevents Bay C : !r. 2'.A'JJS: :". a
r perfume the rose. HU grounds are. in the city limits Engineering Company of Jack trying the experiment, shows: that it Keeps the Feet warm and Comforuo.e. 1tlon 1/]

t We, who live near Homosassa, and as they abound ,iu all sorts of sonville. The boat has two decks, costs less to maintain the central l j Policemen, Motormen, Conductors, (Ms1, !,ij

f know how beautiful is its naturals tropical plants are extremely attrac the cabin being upon the upper and school and transport the pupils than it :
and all those who are on their feet a great deal sr-cu.d a-vay ...,. -
.': BCenery-its almost( impenertrable tive. having several large state rooms, a does to run the !small: school Connecticut I II I tie of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at rjh' t

"! forests: of giant live oak, stately cedar, Just after our great freeze of 1895,96 sitting and dining room and a commodious reports only one ease in I Gives Instant Relief to Corns, Bunions and Frost Bitea.We ,

} graceful palmetto aud tliuibim; vine. we took a trip from Orange Like to kitchen. Besides this there which there was aa: increase of cost. Guarantee every bottle to do i

Tke further we proceed down the the Manatee river and saw nothing is the large and comfortable office Duval county t in this state, has closed
What we claim for it. If it fails your money will t>e reh.ftde4
.y peninsula the more tiopical and but dead orange trees for a distance and sleeping apartment of Capt. 14 schools, transports 175 pupils, at ,31k, 60vol.OOUOTTLE>t. AT ALL '..).,., IJliII I.U Iwr..

majestic grows the scenery. 3"0+ mile, but when we reached the Howard. f303 per mouth, pays $l.i per monthfor

,> Who is it that ha visited Clear Manatee the breath of the witheringfrost I The boat wa built for accommodating extra teachers employed in the For *ale by AnU-Monopolj. Drug More I
i water Harbor that has not gone into king seemed to have spent its l both freight and passengers, central schools and saves 542 per --- -- -

I' raptures over its beautiful embankments force and there we saw even the ten- and it is so constructed as to catty mouth on the new plan. WiUIlt'bligo I Good as a Pass. THE ___ t

t Bud 1,11Ophlrewent'ater, ? derest twigs of the lemon untouched.This lots of the former and make comfortable county, Iowa, transports 49 pupils I Atlantic Coast Liu iut.-rthatge- M'CORMICK HARVESTS 5 .,

But as beautiful as U Clearwater, convinced us that it was the a goodly number of pa-eneer I I from 2J to ;5J miles, saving f4so': per ahle 1,000 mile tickfihnveover horn made : MU U :;
the K.: t'. M &; B. iivn.ion c., the I
: Sarasota is more beautiful still because orange section of the state perse and When light tbe boat will draw but 21 year on closing four schools OUt Frisco COM'ANr ,
t system, extending: from Birmingham II
i it has the same beautiful embankment. the results of the years since then inches of water, district in Nebraska saves $70) a to iMiii(:hi.. I'liis in addition I

t .-, the same phosphorescent have confirmed us in that belief. All Some changes< are being m de to month. King- villt", Ohio, has saved I to over 13.00)1) ,mil a or other F. D. FOOSER Agent.OCALA. .

; I; waters and still more tropical planU, along the road on both sides are large, the machinery, but Capt. Howard overl,0 0 in three years In Victoria, j jAustralii railroad aDd strariiust lines embracing -

i and flowers. It has the royal I Ia j all portion:, of the ""ulh:1 well FL"K11Uu' .
r trees ihrivinggrovesaud the OWUf>N of the expects to start on his first trip in a 241 were closed last year,at'
I' at being g..ocl< to Washington. Balti
i palm, the dale! palm in I bloom and same hu'eIoue nothing but day or two. He will command the saving of$7 ,(U.XI< a year.
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., fruit, the mango and other iuditjueous! I coin dollars and! if any reader of new steamer in person and John --The Three-- --D's.- einuau., .

: trees remarkable for lh-ir topical this paper want a grove absolutelysafe Pigue, well known in boat circle, will Charles: !Spurg:; u once said that Ius upon application! to ticket! agents!

: grandeur. from the rat aged of tue ice kinghe be the engineer.The there three or :>. P. ((OLLItoR, JR., ...
were enemies to
: The bay is one of the most beautiful! can riu.1 it in that section. And boat was particul irly designed great })l\. pa1s: '.. Tt"IFla.! :. *4 f -:
man/ -"dirt debt and dtvil. He
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on the coast of Florid It is about turn who are quick to scent a good. fur the Ocklawtiha river trade and -- '
might have added one more U and
t fifteen miles in length and is almost thin are making investments there will be equipped( with steam steering f
dyspepsia.: The evil results h\AC-HINERY\ 11
completely land locked, protecting it with all dexterity.Mr. gear to enable it to make quick turns of this aiseasecould hardly be exag

; { from the swell and tides of the gulf.Added E. H. Buflu.ni, formerly of this of the sharp curves which aboundon
gerated. Its effects! are felt iu mind I ANDSUPPLIES. \
+ to the beauty of the laudS has ,
city, recently purchased the that river. ,
-J I and body, and'are far
ts reaching as
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, i soft and invigorating A,! before Mated, 1 btvr
the air is balmy. s "I. ueeJl
scare Ii-jgins& l'reston grove containing The steamer i is H credit to its buid- !
the effects of the that laid carload of tad
curse was i one "u.b..f'Mo i iI "<."" .
Bud the skies are as beautiful rive thousand trees and which i is said er, Capt. ;\'. M. Boyd of this city.- on the Jackdaw: Ilheitm. was I rakes, sickle gnnd r. and: l r..p.'".
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as those \>f sunny Italy. to "*' the fiuest grove in that region. Pdbtka Sews part th* i It''I'1II
cursed m eating and driukicg and Css 5 \ days a our I load of rrapr,>, hllJlt.n,
Ersewer .
Life at Sarasota is a dream : Zzjire.Cre
Col. W. :\. has corraled shredders and
Camp alarge ,
sleeping, in standing and "sitting, and 13 Horsepower Psrtaila :-/ter. every part rtelol"
\ and e"l'ry"isitor we met was in of An Approaching Marriage. to make harvesting i vut".e..
t ti : body lands
prairie containingseveral
. s, : Invitations have been received inthiscity lying." The good ttlecta of Dr. i, Ce 5 Harsepower Upright !:::1er. j Remember that tb. Mtreaieit
raptures. i hundred acres, and experts to Coo 5 Horsepower: coo Fins Soiler.1CCO : I binder is the only right hall".' i.._...' .
{" a t j<, Until recently it has bad no eommuuicatiou plant the same in sugar cane and be :! to the marriage ofIi-" Lillian Piere>:'t! Golden Medical Discoveryare I Feet: 3 boh fcpe.iCO i on the market, and .b"uld ,ou bay

with the outside world has also made investments in orauge MiCoil to Rev. King WolseyC&wihoti moot marked in aggravated find I. Feat 1M iri Pipe.C3 .I any[oi ufed.other, you are sure to r.. dl.ep :

; except by, boat, but now it is the ter- groves. which will occur Thursday i chronic cases of dyspepsia It enables I !;: Feet 2 ..r.r.." rime. !I We defy and l'baU..oae. the ..,w w I "-
1 I Wire meet as in the heneat hid '11en
Seaboard Air Line railway 23 at 8 o'clock at the i the stomach glands to secrete the I Sope. .1Ils.:
the -
minus of evening, April ,
Mr. is toe
{ ; f George; It. McKeau, of this city, Ire: asi Wee Piliejs. place to show 11 bat Jour sr
F' and since which time the place has First Baptist church at Quitmau, Ga. necessary! quanity of digestive fluid, chins are. Call! and MM mt lid I
purchased! the most beautiful tea Pita.. Fittings of an: Siris.3CO : will
: give .
tbat .
you points sill] mt nMl
and this that
has taken on new life and propertyhas place on Sarasota/ bay. It is knownas Dr. and \!N. Robert Camden Me-( once removes cravingor I Feet Sec::: EiJ :ire Hose. you, and save you nj iojr. EMf

Call of Miss McC'all[ lived in gnawing sensation so common to machine sold will b. 1M
ivauid at a remarkable: rate Cedar parents put tip
t point juts fur distance Contraots Taken f
( a long :: rrilling We'Js.SUsr :! .
tested before .
f certain forms of indigestion. It tones it is turned. ant to jvufr
; aud investors are being attracted Ocala a number of years ago and
into the
bay and commands a and regulates the stomach, iuvigor Hiisr Sijj'asi s".t..o..s
there from all ',-. when here resided the: Deal! house I
uiost beautiful
situation fora hotel airs the torpid liver and gives the: ? PLlL005ER. Agent.
rim a: ::"A*< 3
-- 4 b r A 5dp -
: b Lots that were stow of Said, at $'.'3 site and people! there say that it alone Band Concert.An blood making glands keen assinuil I:
G. W. WELLS -- --- -
}' before the a Iveutot the railroad arenow will make him rich. Besides this ative power.l'O"Men Medical Discover I ,
open air concert will be given by r<
: quick of sale at four and five }" cures ninety-eight per cent Cjpcsite:\ Hant Syste repot, I I :
Mr. .
2 point, MeKeau has '
5 st.'eral'Pry the Ocala Union Cornet baud ':-
tonight ..
of those who Ube it. Dr. ll ree's Casa, Florida. II l
t" times the old figure J
valuable city lots and on One has recently in the bind stand in front of the Pleasant' Pellets are superior to all! -',-

,; Tbe people are in bouyant spirits erected a very comfortable OcaliThe Hou,.... other laxative medicines when the -- I. -'=;"- .c '
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and are hopeful that they will eats bowels are obstructed.The : I -
dwelling. -- ---- I ,
1 1 .h ,_ _
'* have pnpula'i'lll< of ten thousand the industries Sarasota Ocala rub-asaocia'iouof Turpentine : 1 j
',: Among of ; I is 'j It
.'1 t : people Hud w* share that belief. the large fish export husine-w of the Operators: held meeting Endeavors Growing.There PAGE WOVEN I 1, I II II

I' 1 _" And why not? Uimate, soil aud Veruki Brothers. The {rlsrtl.! Veruki, here jesterday.! The visibility; of have been large additions of
,,,J late to the ranks the Endeavor
of Christian
l j r ; r natural! conditions' are certainly sufficient besides exporting} fl"h, also dry and holding spirits for better prices::: was:: I
hosts!! !! in of the slate.
'!, to invite it. in fish discussed at length by those prt'lft'utalHia many '- .,:
and i
put up wax roe are shipping WIRE FENCINGMade I '
f i. : Ueceiitlya sale: of ',OIO acres was large quantities of the same to resolution was adopted appointing Massachusetts, bin added twenty nine .- ,J
societies roll I .
to her within few
t i : consummated! and small sales are Constantinople and other places iu a i-ommlttee: to inquire into the a '

t t of daily l occurrence.If Turkey and Asia Minor. It, U there feasibility i of erecting tanks in which week, New York as many more, 1:

1. we had been a real governor we ktowu as "bot rg'," and it! j rized asa to store the product until higher Pennsylvania about the same number in Ad rain Michigan,

4S-' while many other slates in proportion Strongest, Lightest, Most KOLL8 FKOH Unlj" tb. U4
could tot have been treated with great delicacy and commands prices can lie obtained, this! committee OUR
; a OVEN .
t to the population have done Serviceable. and Cheapest n crUJ. H-*
more generous bo-pitaUty. very high price. to report its findings at the into the. .>?.. Ml
t rl:%(;I)1: ,\In::.
well In
Mr. H. L. Higel, a member of the next meeting of the association in equally England, twenty : only the
a Sarasota: hn splendidly,) kept hotel i No Barb Wire to tear the
" % Sarasota Real Estate Agency, took us: May. A still further decline in the eight societies were enrolled in one animals
t- S: 5 and as it is only six hours: ride from Clothing or injure BEST BREAD

: ( out to visit some of tbe orange groves Ocala: it would be a mica place, for price of spirits !is anticipated in the week in February.! The etlon to increase Cannot be 'lorn Down, rolls out. It m delightful' : sail

I r' in the morning and for a ride in his parties to few near future. \ the number of societies by at Tarried oft and Burned. j wholesome A few lnv. buttered crap .u
: enjoy a day's SUIDUll'routing.
least tenth is Keeps Everything Barred meal in itself aDd almost Gas
1 naptha launch in the afternoon with one very generally M uulrtUMi+
1 .
From tbe Smallest the meat. J
f Mr. G.V. Lightsey of Herbertwas
adopted throughout the Union. Some
f"a party of friends. Oue of the prettiest places along the Laagest Fowl or Animal. I! Orders fur Bread .t< .-at be t wN .
) a welcome caller at this office
individual societies have already I satisfactorily filled byBENUS'
Among other beautiful visited For Particulars) Write
groves bay is "The Palms" Mr. to
kept by A. P.
'S yesterday afternoon. Mr. 1
t Lightseyhas added more than one hundred
was that of !Mr. C. L. Reeves, Jones who per
thirty years ago was a
moved his stock of merchandisefrom
cent to their numbers. A
about three miles out from the city. BAKERY
citizen of Ocala and afterwards be-
Komoko to Herbert. The latter revival of Christian Endeavor workis I If
Mr. Reeves is one of the pioneer F. G. SAMPSON :
came famous as! the keeper of the"Inn" Agt. Than l 1- U.
place has only been granted the lux- i reported from many sections.: >> 11-3 ifcii t ,knt ID t I.
_' BetllerK, having gone there from Georgia I at Hornosas&t. I!
N : ury of a post office within the past

'. twenty five or thirty years ago. A rainbow of promise. encircles few weeks,and Mr. Lightsey is post Presbyterian Reception. Boardnjan) Florida. f t
lie has of leas than ten i
a grove acresand .
beautiful Saraaoto and we believe The ladies of the Presbyterian
'' I master. It is situated at the Ford & iI x
it brings him in an income that Jerry Burnett
: i those. who are to attracted by it will Hiller mines in Citrus county, about church will tender a reception to Rev. ,
( permits him to live like a lord. He ----I
1 find that the fable pot of gold will three miles froiae Hernando. and Mrs. William Lindsay to- .
1. has an elegant home, hot and cold become .N...............44e4.$4. Merchant
reality.We night at the residence of lIon. and .
water throughout the house and telephone Mr. J. Preston Nix arrived in the
extend our sincere thanks to : Mrs. Robert L. Anderson from S to :I UNTIL JI
jommunicntions with all near city Wednesday from :Miami, where .
the people there for their generous 10:30 o'clock. Tailoring.Ocala
by places. he had a considerable acreage in tomatoes i :I June 1st I .
treatment and hope that their little All are cordially invited to be present.
His trees are as big as: oaks aud he but the high waters left him F'linJa.'
town will soon develop into a great, .
_,' told us that from one hundred of his I only about thirty crates for the mar. :t We Will Send the J }Finest Imporkid and
big, busing city.A W. 8. Bullock and .
Judge daughters
choicest trees he gathered 1500 boxes ket. He left Thursday morning for Domestic CloUi ,

of fruit-fifteen boxes to the tree. 'Negro-Killed--on---the-Seaboard.Mr. Duunellon and will probably go into Misses Lena and Maxie and Messrs. 1 :[ JACKSONVILLE f: CuWDg:_ sp cMMsb'itn ..

O. R. McKean and C. V. Miller returned 13nartwleeL
We 11.1:10'h.it d the grove of Mr. L. H. Q. Eaglet, who was a the mercantile business; there.
------- Wednesday afternoon over the
H. Cunlifl' situated! on the bay and passenger on the northbound train on I | \ !!
Mr. W. E. Sinclair, who has been Atlantic Coast Line from Palatka, METROPOLIS
here we were shown that the orange the S. A. L. railway Wednesday/siy
r.; in Ocala for the past four weeks returned where they went on Tuesday via the : S
tree, contrary to the opinion of many, that when out from Tampa about six j
.. to his home at Mobile, Ala. Ocklawaha river. They were very At the following rates: T. MURPHYA'aclineondlrooWorlS.
flourishes almost within a stone's miles just as the locomotive was
bama WedntsJay.. Sinclair expects much delighted with the trip as are
t throw of the salt water. rounding a curve a man was discovered I $4 For One Year. *
I to sell out his business in Mobile all of those! who have been fortunate
Mr. CuulilT has an elegant home lying across! the track. The distance and will shortly return to Ocala enough to take it. t $2 For Six Months. \ ) ( .

..: and like all the orange growers iu that was so near that it was: impossible o
to reside. SI For Three Months : ..
-a I'a'1
sectiou lives. iu splendor. for the engineer to stop, and the ____ n ___ In response to a telegram received .. Iron, Itru* stud HruH'

o Mr. Higd himself! owns a number train passed over him grinding him to )Ir. M. W. Lee", brother-in-law of yesterday: morning Mrs.; D. M. Smith : By mail only. It cannot be *. ill::.*; .Yliiflihit mud 'Jlltt'ftl ,

of groves, one of w hich was set out by pieces. The train was stopped as the late R. Y. Lanier, came down left on the afternoon train for her former : delivered bv carrier at J hop": >l..rinrHH l IIttIM

Mr. Chandler Youge, formerly this quickly as possible and was backed to from Theresa several days: ago and i is homo at Orange urt House, this road Itc1N"Ir..

t city, and is one of the most profitable I where the unfortunate man lay. Hew busy getting his affairs in shape for Va., tojbe: present at the funeral l er- : rate. .ea.ewe
610 to 617 E. Bay H J
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1 In that stvliouC I as discovered to bo a colored man Closing up the estate Mr. Lee has vicesofllersisterMrs. John Thompson :; GARTER & RUSSELL PUB. GO.

rt ? <>1, J. Hamilton Gillt pie is but it was impossible to recognizehim. been for i'rrparv your flowr tide now, ht.
appointed guardian the who died very suddenly in New 'IJACKSONVILL, FLA. : tiibe
&ra-J fits itieuj (rerh, buy .lust plane
t sota's first aud .
mayor is a noble Death: was instantaneous children. .
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" -11f"of ft1n''n''n'n'n''n''rm''m''r''rF''''''''''' '''' '''' '''''' ''' '''''''' '' ::=: MRS. MOCKER( ENTERTAINS. ;, Mr Holder*. Kdward represented Hiller"Mrs."Quees Cleveland.Alexan" I THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. I II II I I,, The Doings Board of of the Public School uMIHtI Board$ +Q I

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r ::::: having finished its labors aljouraed ;
.i A Motel' and Interesting Head dria" and Mrs.; Howard )IuDrO"QUt'rn \, The message of Governor Jenningsto

--- .. .--.er i Contest. Label." Miss Mary Platt as the legislature presented on Tuesday I. Tuesday afternoon. There was a fatt

1r I : uLI rt"ll.Ud Miss Edith Platt, as is a document of some 30,0, I|, board present.J. .
.- In honor of her charming guest! !
-1r i Mrs. Trustee P. Drake, of Drake'sPoint j "Red Rose" were goot. Mis Mattie words; and said to be the lengthiest Y. McKinney and George H.
-- -- and Misses Lucy Robertson Williams as "Dolly Varden," ever presented by a Florida chief McCuliy were appointed trustees fr
r .-- I Miss Violet Harris as "Juliet" and executive. the Candler special tax school dUtrtet
.r !
and Addie Hansbrough, of Elizabeth-
r Miss Lena Bullock of the No. 14, to fill the ucexpired term tJt :
as "Ophelia" were Probably the moet important
01- town, Ky., Mrs. William Rocker was I {
J. {
all good representations. many recommendations made is thatreferring W. F Wallace, deca.-d, and A
1r the hostecs of one of the most: novel
r I The actresses present were Miss Sue; to the disposition of the Campbell, resigned. A petition ask j ji

E: If you want to writ a nice letter you can 110 it if lOU have = and interesting parties ever liven in Barco "Maxine to the i ing for the appointment of these g..> i
impersonating. fund arising from the payment
t nice 8tatioo ry. You're in a box if yuu haven't the paper and == Ocala.
gT"paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many stylesg Elliott," and Miss" Maxie Bullock, ', rlate of the Indian war claim The tlt'wrn&s signed by a Urge nujeritj ;
that each
The invitations requested
"Emma Eames that this of the patrons: of the school.
: Story. not advises
DRUG STORE. lady dress her "head" to representsome governor The of T. B. t&oot
| POSTOFFICE \ resignation
Miss Valeta Potter the
well known character or per ] appeared as the entire amount be devoted to payment

I "Princess Wales," Miss Sara Harris of the indebtedness of the state trustee of the Weirmlale tpwiaJ MS

-- -- sonage. "Marie Antoinette Miss derived school district was accepted.
as but further that all moneys
1 At 4 o'clock there a"+embled at
--- -- I I i Johnnie Liddou, as "Queen Elizi : from the lease of the state ennvieta tp John IcrWie'Ht''fgutiOll aatttl'evialrofChurchiilseboolwasttoeip ?,
Mrs. Hock r's
queens princesses,
J- i I beth" and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, as ilo! : applied to the same purpose and I :
-- actre!'''es and various other characters.:
& -- 1 I done the and patrons of the school an rttipr t' !
J "Cleopatra. contends that if this were
I j jhas
-- Never before in the history: of Ocala! :
J- I I Mi s Louella Gary represented the entire debt of the state could be Cancelled t'llo uame some one to flll tfcfeancy. \ r
-- 1r I there been such an assemblage of!I, .

---- royalty.All well known character, "Red Riding in three j ears. ;
rIl111111llllllllllllllllllllJIIII An election was ordered tll 'tft I.. 1
1 Hood. The governor asks for an increased

t1 l !1 'iJIJIIJIIIiIlIIliIJIIli111111Ulllll" ' each other were one requested personated to guess and who the '! Mrs. :\. M. All ret.l, as "Martha appropriation for the payment of Tuesday, May 5lh. in Oei I..'I t u! '. [

trustees for Ocala pwial tax I. :
I Washington," was one of the bestcharacters pensions to Confederate soldirr. i :
contest was an interesting_ and I
n district and to dx the rats of ji> + :'
preseut. 'hicb now amounts to about 17U,000
Mr.Vill P. Edwards i is ou the sick I The jury in the Will Jacobs rape enjoyable one. After the contest. to be assent d and collected ot In.
The ticker home, which is one of aunually and that provision be made
brought in a verdict of guilty late yesterday each one voted for the one who represented aud personal property forth* i.rxi '
list. the prettiest in Oftala, artistically for widows of solders who were killed
t(u'rwIU. He will besntenced her cho.en character best.Mr I two '
Dr. A. L. Iztar his gone to St. decorated in vipu and palms: for this or died from the effects of wounds ensuing years.Elections l.
before dual adjournment of cour.Dr. I -<. Drake wore pale green crepe for same tau
Augustiue for a few day's viiit.Mr. : occosiou. received in battle. He advocates; alsoa
decheneaud had her hair dressed torl'prt"ot'nt called at Melnto&b and W*iwtat0 IK !
White preached a try interesting t In the dining room delicious fruit state board of equalization of taxes:
E. J. Dozier, of West Jupiter,, "Marguerite" in "Faust." June 6tb.Lucius.
sermon at the HaptNt church punch was served toy Misses Frances the abolition of the poll tax prerequisite
a in the city ou a visit to his parents: she received the ruo votes for being 1 P. Farmer apfr4' be4M
last night to a lar!:" ('on rt !\li'lu. Anderson and Hazel Hiller. in primary elections, ; favors good
the best representation. She wasclory the board and claimed that t&t heart
Mr. H. Eagleun returned Wednesday There were nilJ persons received into After the contest sandwiches, coSVe, roads but opposes state aid or control,
followed by Mrs. T. B. Snyder,
was! due him J10 for IraO'CerriBg Wai i
from a business visit to Tampa the church. ices bnd cakes were served on email believing the counties beat qualifiedto
as "M ldY, Queen of Scots," and to her from a 145 to a H school. H.M
tables, which were placed on the ascertain and carry out their own
MU+ Mary Little, wbo attends
Wake Wells made a flying Mtv. Drake gracefully presented the
Mr. G. requested: to put bU claim la r.tllg:
school at Orlando will the veranda.M wants; favors at least one high school
Duunellon yesterday.Col. (prize, a beautiful burnt wood patel,
,. business trip to with all the facts relating ttortto MM!
Easter holidays iu Ocala with her I r+. Hocker is on of OjaU's: most with an eight months farm in each t;
the work of the talented hostess: the would be it'OItlidll\.
of Dexter, was transacting charming morons and county and sucests the adoption by
L. Lang: parents, Rev. and Mrs. Heurj W. Quite a number of the ladies lied iu I youiu yesUrday tiou at the
May meeting.
business !iu the city Wednes Little. ; afternoon was a pretty picture in the counties of a free school book :
in guessing who the various* ones represented R. II. Sander.of Ououelloo, atW
I white. She is:: a very delightful system.A .
day. pure
Starkeisnow the mecca fur strawberry and on the cut, Mi.-s Hausbrougli -
for an appropriation to rrhrge
I hostess and her party was jlecidedly : governor's mansion to cost approximately "
Col. W. N. Camp. and Mr. Jack buyers. Tbe variety known as was the lucky winner of a school! building at that |'bee lie
$35,000 and a new building -
successful and ,
a thoroughly enpyableone.
the Kloudyke is:: pronounced as tine similar panel to the one received by
the OealiHuuse yes
( lLp, wer- at < I and siid that Dunnellou would hue teieri_
: for the supreme court library.
as "split silk" and brought as high as Mrs. Suydrr.Mi UM
than one hundred pupils at Kit
I He asks for a pure fool law, a law
---- (11.25 per bushel crate. s Robertson, Miss Agnes: Bar As the result of an experiment. term, and the prevent tiolkllag faeutiiely
exhibition of forest trees a state geolo
will I II protecting
be au ---- --
There ford and Mrs.( Mallory Lidvlon each Charles! Brown hassom! of us good: ar
Miss I to accom
Alice Biter of Indianapolis, inadeiUite
hams at the PackingHouse I g t.'alluty and an appropriation for
sugar cured Louise" and all I in his in the
represented "Queen celery garden The laid
Ind., who has been spending the I state armories and for the annual th.m. matter was uw r

today. w ere so good it was difficult to decide i part of town as can be found '
winter in Ocala with her sister, Mrs. any- encampment of the state troops, an until the June meeting when. s.4.t

Mr. H. S.Hill I left Wednesday forPext I H. L. Anderson: returned home Wednesday which wad best where. It has a rich flavor and is !, increase i in the salary of the adjutant the Uw all appropriations will be i

turpentinebusiness. Mi-s HaDsbrough was gowned in very nicely blenched. He will in alt'! ruale.
raud other placeon afternoon. I
I general and that this offl.'ial provided
I green silk and wore a cup m-ide from probability so into the raising of this The bo ird adjoarue-1 until die W ;
Mr. 'II It rcus-!-'r4-nk has received his with a clerk. Other additional .t
American tti g. She, of course, delicious vegetable for the market i inext Mundsy in May.
White of Citra, *ud line of samples and will leave in a officials asked for are an assistant and
Mr.Chai. W. wan "Columbia." Mrs. Edward season. t I W. D. CABS, 63*
few days for the southern part of the I for the state agent and\ an
to a secretary
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New York was again a visitor __ _._ _. __ _.._- __.______ __ ._. I I DunneHea.Mr. .
btltt'ln the interest of Stern & Co., II :asist"Ut librarian for the secretary of Old Maid's Convention at I
Ocala yesterday.Mr.
shoe. manufacturers of Bvttoa. I '!tate. Edwin P. Pitt miD r"'lfil }

D. A. Miller,jr., fa-ne'up from e i' The taxation of franchises, gifts and yesterday moruiu frow Din.eNew ,
: _. ,
Mr. A S Auder- ,u, superintendent I
Mulberry yesterday for a short visit i I ON : i devise is advocated and a recommendation and reports having: had one ur 1M t
i of the Buttseubaea
!; phosphate iuteresls -
to his parents.Mr. r 1 1I I I is made that a memorial be most enjoy aide eveuiugs. of bin lite IB
!' iu Citrus county. came up from
.., the national! the Phosphate City Wednesday utght,
I.. presented to
E. II. Abbott, jr.I .: for an appropriation of Sln ,- He attended an "Old Maid ( .oaqa.liou" *
W. Drew, of Hellcvie, were an.ougOcala'u tlu-iutii, '
and reclamation given by she ladies of tl>at
< )),o iu for the drainage
visitors\ Wednesday.Mr. There: will be a rneeiiug of the thriving tou fur the benefit of oa*tithe
of theevergUdes.!

! I Stanley Lesierlea\es I to-lny for Oi-aUliuu Club at the private oili.-e EXHIBITION The state is congratulated on iu churche He says tie entire ... i

he will spend of the Ocala Hou-e tonight hi 7 grand anti eviq.
I Cuthbert, tia., present healthy financial condition. gram was; a gucceeis

relatives. o'clwk. A full attendance: U rtq-i teet- h to b.t t
several months visiting The message goes into detail ou many body fortunate trn' g>; pre

ed. E. M I. ilowardsecretary. well with it. The lam
was pleaded
and while :
I subj'ctl manyrecommendations
tomatoes i
Dade county (is now shipping I
and Dame. the "u-t cream man" promises i are made thai will 'of Dunuellou know an "old atagsV'when
Francisco. Peppers
to eau
his patrons something new iiuthe I cause considerable discussion the document they see one, so Edwin was

pineapples will follow. cream line within a few days. I notwithstanding its unusual: pressed into service and render several .

Mr. J.: P. Pillam, postmaster and "Metropolitan" i i-+ the name and he I length, i is an important and able one. instrumental and vocal f>fk cuss

merchant at Electra, was among the says! its the very latest out. AT M. } which were receiwltb modi af-

prominent strangers in the city yesterday. At the Rector} Wedneadt Flight. plause.! We learn that! quite a baa* 1
Mr. B. E. Uijsor, Marion county's: 'ISHEL'I
The following invitation has been some sum was realized for the ehur*.
I hustling fruit dealer, has leased the
Went,. arrived c received at this office and i is extendedto
Mr. Ed. Moody, of Key onice formerly occupied by Dr. Van A disordered stomach may cause tooend

in Ocala yesterday to spend a Valzsh and will conduct: fruit and all by the ladies of Grace church. of trouble. When the etoaaaali

Mrs. The Ladies of the Grace Church us functions tb*
,,1.ort"hil with his! mother, vegetable brokerage business: fails to perform

-. -- Fund Association are mak- bowels Ucome deranged, the liv ff
Most Beautiful Building
Eliza P. Moody.We announced The :
Among appointments ing up an extensive Easter tour and and kidneys; congested, causing uuiu

had a pleasant call Wednesday in the Interior Department: ii that of would like the pleasure of numbering emus dresses, the most fatal of

from Mr. FerdS. Harris representingthe Clair B. Hillyer, of Florida, who i is tourists. which are painless and therefore the
you among the more to be dreaded! Tbe imp *&.'
American Law Book Company appointed copyist S'jOO annum.
We have had large experience in all thing is to muire tbe ..tI oztaeb and

I g of New York. Hilly er has-already- reported for duty.Hroidts Summer Dress Goods.11SllE1'S modes of travel and will provide an liver to a healthy condition alai far 1

Mr. Frank Harris went to Lake the other improvements unlimited number of ehaperones. this purport ro better piviunttoa

City Wednesday to attend a meeting of being made at the St. Denis hotel 1 anew Being linguists of no mean ability we can be ud: than Charuh rt&ia1*
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Fur MAe
the Florida Agricultural sidewalk i is to of con foreign language.The .
the trustees process can interpret any by the -\nti.Monopoly Drug Store'! m

College. struction. A good example for other expense will be slight as mealsare :

.- .- -- '- follow.If the ticket. Woodman Dame PromotaJ.
property owners! to included in the price of

: annie Master, Jennie Melville Lee and and little Margaret Misses the man who pit ked up my pocketbook 1 S [ Embroidered) Laces l1IIOES 1 [ "Specials", Ocklawaha will leave Avenue the ,rectorygrounds Ocala, Mr. Carter to the H. Dame office has of 1-erD Df promoted tySovereign

Barton are visiting their aunt, Mrs.:: containing two bills and $1 : W. O. W. of
north of stamps at the postoffice II INE[ Ladies Ready Mode SkirtsOS[ Florida at S p. ra., Wednesday April

1-:. K. Nelson.:: r th. Come promptly and secure: the State of Florida, than whtafe
--- >
-- afternoon will return ,
Mrs. Trusten Polk Drake came up for the start. there is no higher officer of the eider t_
:: and Waists. LIHOES[ ticket ready
same no questions will be asked. O. IWR[! Shirt your i '
Wednesday ;:; from her hoaie at in the state. He was: *
W. Regan.Mr. I II
the of Mr. II I Attaches. District D..putyovUtiltU; i'. i-
and is
Drake's Point guest -------- I House by
Abner Adams had his foot
h and Mrs. William Hoeker. : Chief rlerk--Villiam Bynum, of manderT. W. Mitchell during blare. scent
badly sprained yesterday caused by .
\ visit to the local camp. )(r

Miss Fannie Noel, who has been the falling of a scitfold upon whichhe I Suwanuee.Assistant. Dame is an enthusiastic Wooima

the winter in Ocala with working at Mr. W. X. Camp' I clerk-John G. Kellum, of
spending was We Invite You I I and has well earned this mark of dk-

Mrs. J. A. Pittman, has returned to residence Buckalew Heights. lie Alachua. order.
in the
her home in Nashville, Teun. will probably he laid up several week r ry \ Reading clerk-S. ft Marion of tinction
To Come hknr.: '
--- -- -- i \ Hamilton. You know whit you
Too Great a Risk. A steam pipe blew out of one of the ( r
I I' I. Assistant reading clerk-W. E. When you take Grove'* Tast.d
, A reliable remedy for bowel complaints boilers at the electric light plant I i. I the formoia b
a Fy.y DeSoto. Chill Tonic because
I Leitner
, should always be kept ou late yesterday afternoon, and as a -0- LC
I clerk-A. S. York of plainly printed on every bottle
f hand. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera 70
left in
conaetlueniethe patrons; were
Iff Iron and Qole!**
that it is simply
fails tug
and Diarrhoea Remedy never Bradford.
until after 9 o'clock. Both FISHEbI
and when reduced with water I is pleasant 111. $ Enrolling clerk-Rafa E. Dicken- in a tasteless (ora:.. So Cure No Pay
aid to be in e
boiler at the plant are a
' to take. For sale by the Ami. IaJboU. [ Price 50 cents. .
son, or
'Monopoly Drug Store. m deplorable condition. --

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The court room at New Boston, SKIt4. TORTURED

.. good deal is being said of the The question of where the blame Texas has been the of
Mr. Stetson Desires only the Purl scene a most remarkable j.
fetcher Memorial hall to lies in not paying, the premiums ot .
proposed !
l FSANS EAS2IS! Ziitor.F. the last state fair has reached a |poi u t fixation of the Institution-Wants cane bring tried, that of the BABIES B Bi ,
V. 2ashss be erected on the Plymouth churchIrol'rty
learesgoci lfaaaer.ri
a whole truth and of Teias ('vl. J I
at where the truth, the those Connected with it to state v-t. no. Hallum, II I II
( Brooklyn.The I
hhould be
nothing but the truth
memorial building I is to con known. The Like City Index, with- be Above Suspicion, charged with shooting W. A. Forbes, i

\ tain a great many relics of slavery, out 'calling any names seems to be The Volusia i County Record .,strikes! a minister, who had ruined Hallum's :

I.::. .,....<,; "-"'- the principle purpose of which i is to engaged in laying the blame on Secretary heavy blow at the SteUon University home. Col. Hallum was an utter And Tired, Fretted

:iIJ! ...;. I hbow the ImrbarousutSH of the institution titockbridge, but at the same trustees as follows)) : f
\ ow-' ... time tacitly admits that the people stranger, and previous to the trial hilt"fuut'ral" Mothers
'tt and incidentally to reflect "While the story is l'eingl4) persistently I 4
1 d..fI fit that either collectively or as i
:" town, had been iI
) : .- upon the morality of the southern individuals, have not fulfilled their related that Mr. Stetson and preached allover I I _

\ people. contract in the matter. No premiums the people of DeLand who are defending the country for the purpose ot

\ \; And yet slavery existed in all ages aredueanjonein this ('ount ',80 that him against ih. malignant attacks iug the people's mind a;" POison-I. Find Comfort in CUfic8ra '

of the world and in all countriesof we may not be accused!! of having anypernuai made upon| him, are eudeavtring i The
lawyers, through fear of boycott
II" -- sectional interest m
the world and perhaps. was lean rigor- matter, but or it is a matter in union to injure the university, it would refused defend him, loud Col. Hal and (liniment f

MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING ous in the south: than in any other all interested be well for those who repeat it to lum
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO e\ery paper in the state at being a noted lawyer and historian -

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS country in which it existed. in the future of an institution pause for a few .moments and ask defended himself, like Paul, II'

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES The Jews had the right to exercisethe that is men a power for goat: in the their conscience, how Mr. titttsou is when When All Other Renefes
arraigned before
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, interests AgrippaaudFeatus. lid
the agricultural
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MA1>E FOR penalty of death upon their advancement endeaveriui to itijuie the universityby 'ol. Hallum is old
must be interested. Certain]) an man,
DIE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE slaves and in Rome, during iU polity s eking it (purity? It i is an undeniable his head Physicians Fail
BOTTOM. I Editor Wilson, of the Tiwes-Union, white us hoar frost, but his
age slave hollers, when displeasedwith fact that of those who t
who and President Gait- many form
is treasurer, straight as an Indian's.
--_:::=:=-- -:: -_ ----- There
their slaves sometimes rluug skill ought to tit in a position to give i: have the welfare of the university at he stood before '"packed" jury and Instant relief. aDd rtfmfeiaf xla *
Monterey Is quiet again iso ass them into the fish ponds to teed theirlarulreY8.nd the facts, and it would seem to us to heart are not sending their childneu in a crowded for ekia-tortur tablet& aid rwtfe |
r orderly act reported since the riot be than duty to do court room, and spokefor I 1
nothing more plain tired worried maters
the morale of that cultured
to it on account of the scandal: connected waft MM ,
last Thursday.The receipts. at the Alabama insurance people were not shocked at so, letting the blame. fall where it just- therewith. three hours, and hN speech was I with Cuticura Soap, aDd genii .."'..
ht'loDgDeFuniak Breeze. tilled with pathos and with
ly promethean iogi Cuticura OinUBeat
I ,
office for the past year show aOne their conduct. II pIU'aIlC
have todemaud that
"They a right I
increase. The above (rom the DeFuniak tire; it was the moat eloquent and \i emollient .skin cures, to be followed tasevere i
The Astern of slavery in the south the institution be such cases by will dom of
placed on a Ctttii t
Former Congressman" W. H Plena Breezi the right line forceful era
Springs is on ever delivered in the history j Kesolvent I'itI. fbi, |, toe .
ing announces that he is out of poll was of kadi a humane and civilizing The Index has simply called for a high moral plane as (tq enable them to of American jurisprudent'lupubj i sweetest, most lIf'H'dy, penaaofJ.,S t'

tics for good. character that the advocates of aUoli-\ economical
i st'u.ltheir children to it. They have aright treatment f"r toru L
Mexico gives pei mission to bullfighters financial statement. The treasurer lication gives to the world the greatest disfiguring/ itching, burning Mdi3'I

': to allow pugilists to meet in tion, after abolition became an accomplished can't make it, because he has not received ; toontend, that the pride of piece of forensic! literature extant. At I scaly! crusted aDd pimply skin .2 f

: the bull rings. fact, favored placing the their city be placed in such a eondi- : achy humours, w ith base! Of hair of IB. l
the money. times during his speech there was out i fauts and children iaull.
M well j|
The for
primary choosing Bibb coun suffrage in the hands of the emancipated M ,
t\ou\ to command the
To show the loose in which ai support andrespect a and U sure to tuvwxl whm. &U
: ty's treasurer will be held. Eleven way dry eye in the audience. Severallimes ether
freedmen, contending that remedies and the l ileac
they of all. The for phrtk-hw fill
candidates are in the field. some things were managed, we 1'10- the bailiil bad to remove the i The agonizing itching! aDd bumiwpof
At Anericus! effort is being madeto were intelligent enough to :hare the
an : the d"I'I.lut.le'Outliton\ of affairs cannot 'I the skin, as in
pose to give the history of one trans crowd that muhetl him HI an endeavor ec/ema; the '"< break the will of the late }]bert burdens of government, thin pa>iog beehift..d."Mr.rfJeibon. ;:, as in psoriwu; the low IIr |h..r
Head nho was a (prosperous negro. action.A to hear his every word ; he and crusting uf the scalp, u in M.iw! '

Whether King Edward will visit the very highs tribute the lave- prominent churn of thin county is not responsible for way interrupted by a miuistei's wife head!; the facial; dbfljnimntni. uh\

the pope or not during his stay :E owuefj of the youth: it, the peopie "f DeLaifd who pimples and ringworm; the anful uf.
Rome is a question discussed at the In lit> other section of the re.-idmg at Fort White; brough a bale are supporting presenting him with a bouquet of ferinj of infants, and aaiirty of W.M--I
t,' vatican of very flue Sea Island cotton"act him are not responsible for it. (lowers. The jury acquitted him out parents as in milk ennurtur and
here has existed does salt rheuin-, .H d,.nuod ... .,
lavery the
an-oi f
The Birmingham house ol Place it where it b lon it ,
storage uated partly by county pride and by js, place without leaving the box. The Sickle almost superhuman \trtur* to *... r"*.
YirgJala-CaroIina! Chemical Company negro teem capable of Pelf I
govern him uho.-e conduct ouch fully with thwn.
upon was as cope That (
desire to secure a Ireruiuu"-ind! i Publishing
tt Co. Memphis, Ttruu., baa
: was burned yesterday, entailing ment. Soap, Jintmnt aixi hilts are b t
loss : sent it to the Fair. A well known I to givM i>t? to the scandal. When i stand g
a 1225.000.Mexicans published: till the facts in the case! proven beyond all douU. \,,

report that business in For instance, HenatorMoney in his man of this city was reijucsti-d to look nothing but the surgeon's knife willstep and Col. H&llum's famous speech in statement! U made regarding thwu that I
G that country Is excellent, notwithstand l late speech in the United States senate U not justified by the Mrooge en- i
after it, which he did and the cotton the ravages of cancer and give book form and ) deuce. The
ing the trouble they are having on thE the sells) it for :50 cents purity and xwertnthn (

s' currency question. on race question cites Haiti as was entered. At the clo-eof the Fair, the patient a new hope of life, don't direct. It is worth twice that amount, power to afford immediate n-licf. the t
certainty of
an example.It speedy and prmuarot
Student demonstration at Madrid, this same Lake City gentleman was: hesitate: to Lse it, uorcecsure those and everyone who believes in the Vir- cure, the absolute safety and Arras !
which caused a riot Saturday continued is the finest in the world. It l "

; spot economy have made them the \
whoa all ""taDtta"
doing they can for his good.
until midnight when officers a-ledto"re that it was returned to tue of woman and the protection of skin ,
succeeded aud
cures humour
contains the moat fertile toil. The rvtuedM lit UM
In restoring quiet. its owner but could not find it. The Mr. Stetson has for sixteen ijears: home should read it. I civilized! world. 1
mountains are verdure clid. ('..U..t'! 1
Flooring of a church Alex
negro on Secretary of the Sute 1 Fair association trusted Dr. Forbes implicitly, and
ander street. Atlanta Ga., gave way grows indigenously and sU l&rjne
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.; during a marriage ceremony and 20C without cultivation. denied any knowledge of it, or of during that time paid him approximately i-
negroes fall 16 feet to the ground below the exhibitor having a bale at the $50.000.'

eight being badly Injured. Senator Money xays that although Fair, "although!: at this tune the bale "Dr. Forbes has been permitted during McMillan Bros i
Marines were lauded at Santo Domingo ichabitatingsiich productive !..It>,lhe
to protect the American consu of cotton had been sold": to one of this time to select such trusteesas :
negro has! gone !hack to a harhans'U
late. There has been an engagement; our largest! buyers. After diligent enquiry he saw fit, and he now has drawn
between the government troops and worse than the Sudan. The only JI
II>y tracing up the marks and i around him a certain number of personal -
the insurgents, in which the latter holiday instituted on the island was Southern Copper Works. J

{, were defeated in 1'onorof Deralines, the murderer weight with the transportation companies friends in the board of trustees

Local elections throughout Ohio to the matter was placed in the who are willing to sacrifice the uui-
day are Interesting on account of th< and ass"csain! of thousands of his fellow :
bands of an attornl y here, when itdevdoprd versi'y and all) it is totbestate rather
new municipal code recently enaetec tityroMi, and none of the inhabi-
4 by the legislature, which reorganize! that this olVk'er of the Fair than go back on Dr. Forbes, their personal I Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
orals there gent to know anything
very municipality association had disposed of it. The friend. If the trustees: shall

Work oa Mexico' |pavilion at theWorld's about The Tou-K-aint history of 1'Overture.Jamaica, San Domingo Secretary claimed that he had turned continue in their rre>eut course of and General Metal Workers.

Fair, HI St. IjouN, was begun and other i islands of the sea inhabited the money into the treasury of the as- standing by Dr. Forbes as they pledged .

sect.ntly. The structure will be 50 x t aociation, and it could not be gotten him they would do when they
>y the tngro, tell the same .
72 feet. Mexico will spend! half a million story. back after voucher had been signedby advised him to withdraw his resignation -

dollars the national exhibit. the president.The without knowing the facts,
on The negro here in the southern states!! Old Still taken in exchange for new onc... Fatcbtag
Index a .,t'rh that the amountwas they will sink the university and Dr.
Editor tetzer, of the High bpriugs has made the best record of his race.And through the country: a specialty. Orders by mail or
not turned into the hinds of the Forbes \\ it, and this bus been
Hornet vtttuts to oreauize this of itself I'peaks'oIumel4 in wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
a Dew
tre tUrer.t any rate, after the brought about by the unwise course
praise of his treatment by the white following worksFAYETTEVILLE -
from the counties Alachua
county ft
threats of. prosecution, the amount of which they pursued in the begin
Bradford and Columbia tuba calledHorutt. people.It
the bale of cotton which ai sold at ning.."
in also a matter of record that N. C.
19 cents, when it cost the owner 19 1-4 ,
South Carolina, Virginia and other
Cents, was handed hack b; the Sec MR PRESIDENT (IDflMS. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
southern states the first MOBILE ALA..
Frank HarrN' declaration declining were !! to raise ,
to run for governor, when simmered their voice against the flare traffic -
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Now the Index contends that
down, amountsK this: "Mr. Davis and it was Jetlerson who first proposed system Sketch of Presiding Officer of the
HS loose as this will bear investgitation !-
:'" can I be governor if he: wants to, but the abolition of ala\ery. Senate ..aetM..e e.....

k r.:' 1'I1I.e editor of the oldest jpaper! in The south has no reason to be and the press of the state Hon. Frank Adams i is a native of G ............

"I: ""_: this state, an Unit's honor enough for aihutncd of the place it occupies in should second our ef3'uttsfor It.-Lake Hamilton county, and was l.orupril ED ........ .

:: me."-Oainenville HUh.I the history the world in connection City Index. 11, 1S62. His father, Robert \\'. .... .

with slavery as compared with The Attachees of the Senate AoaIDS, was a captain in the Confederate 0 I

this institution in other countries and army, and at the time of Frank's
Secretary, Thomas J. Appleyard, of g Making Advertising
birth Virginia
l in other ages or even in our own was on duty in army of -

country. Columbia. near Richmond. Frank Adams!: e

_ Assistant Secretary, L. L. Ramsey :
early educational advantages were

I MR. Hill Secretary Col. Fred L. Robert and he aPiy "'
SPEAKER GIBBONS. scant, approached! manhoodmore .

, sou. familiar! with the operation of .
::1 1
) alt Heading Clerk C. 15. Ilobinsou
the the hoe than other
# Sketch of the Career of the New Presiding 1loand any :
) I
John K. Willis.)
it11 ,
arts and his knowledge of books was
Officer of the House. Engrossing clerk B. L.
Each of the chief = meagre; but by close application, hard .

:- organs of the body is a lIon. Cromwell Gibbons, of Jacksonville Enrolling clerk, J. J. Byrne. study, extensive travel and much contact a One drop of water does not make the ocean .
link in the chain of life.
A main is no stronger elected speaker of the house Recording clerk, John \V. Cannon. with men of large atl'airs, 'tr. (I 'One: grain of sand will not make a shore .

than its weakest link, U one of the most successful of the Janitor, O. K. Kirchof. f'
Adams has become of the best
one informed -
the body no stronger : C0ne feather does not make a birdS
than its weakest organ, .. younger members of the bar in the Doorkeeper, T. A. Morgan. men and most convincing :

If there is weknes of state. He was born in Middletown, Chaplain, Rev. E. H. Reynolds. speakers in the state. 'One leap will not make a frog .
heart or lungs liver 01 ...1
kidneys there is a weak ft., January:l, 1869. His father was Bergeant-at-arms, George Hawkins. Senator Adams has always taken an IT IS' ALL THE KK-T 55

i link which in the chain at of life Henry Gibbons, of Xew York, and his Messenger, M. V. McCaskill. active interest in politics. He has ,I .
time. Often snap this any so- (Y mother, Josephine Cromwell Gibbons, Pages, Kay Neel, T. F. McCall.Jr. been delegate to every county convention .

called "weakness" is ti..l of South Carolina, whose family came Peeler Stevens. .:. .
caused by lack of nutri- since he was old enough to ,

tion, the result of disease .... to that state from England, and are CARSON 1I0. oREn. vote; has been sent to state conventions -

of the stomach and other ...J descendants from the great Cromwell Senator Carson, of Kissimmee: was II
organs of digestion and since ISSS; was a delegate to the .

nutrition. Diseases 0 f family of England. Since the earliest honored by election as president pro- Chicago convention of 159! :!, which S a

the organs stomach are cured and its by allied the days of the Republic Judge Gibbons' tempore of the senate.A nominated Cleveland, though Mr. S And so it is with most things in life and .

I use Medical of Dr. Pierce'; Golden &ncl' ton,1Joth paternal and maternal, Prominent Minister ReccommendaChamberlain's Adams favored senator Gorman ; has especially is it true that one adYertieiiu-nt .

When the Discovery. have been loyal and consistent democrats been member of the Florida Senate
diseased a
I Cholera
stomach Cone and : will not make successful
is cured di:t'ftSM of so his own staunch democracyrest you a advertiserLay I
other (- Diarrhoea Remedy. since 1S95, and was president of the
remote organs from the stomach seem upon both inheritance and convic Rev. Fraucis J. Davidson4 pat-torof senate at the 1S90 !'t' illn. Senator! a out a. line of publicity and put it ill '_

but which have their _- tion. Cromwell Gibbons was educated the Matthew Baptist church and Adams' name is constantly mentioned i S
origin in a diseased
condition of
the at Yale University; and president the Third District Baptist e
stomach and other organs of digestion for gubernatorial: or concessional a
and nutrition, are cured also. since coming to Florida has Association, iiTSl Second St., New Or-

"1 was In poor health when I commenced been leans, writes as follows: I have u 'edChamberlaiti'n honors, and experienced politiciansexpress : THE OCALA |
judge of the BANNER
taking Doctor 1'ierce'j medicines,* write Mr. municipalcourt tne opinion that he will receive -
Colic Cholera and
Elmer ,
iwlcr i>f Volga, Jefferson Co. Ind. "I
had !stomach kidney heart. and 1uol'troublrs. of Jacksonville, chairman "
Was not tblr to do I had Remedy for cramps and both. g V x X That Will
any WOT* a !err Pay x '
cough and hemorrhage of the lung but afterusing of he Duval County Executive committee pains and the stomach and found it ex- *. ,
your medicine a while I commenced tgain
m strength and flfob, and Flapped rough chairman of several county cellent. It i is in fact: the best cramp I The Tallahassee correspondent to m e 8
tag right away Tooi about toilet of
Golden Medical conventions, delegate to the and colic remedy I have ever used.
Ducovery I feel tike a different Chicago the Atlanta Constitution cliarus that G .DOe III
perion gladly recommend YOur median Also!! several of parishioners have
to all htifterers, for I know it cured me." and Kansas! City Democratic National used it with my Gibbons will be the next speaker of e es..o@ .
equally satisfactory
The use of Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets conventions soda
will cure that foul breath. member of the results." For sale by the Anti Ion- j the House, though a battle is not won I e eoe..eeoo n

platform committee of Kansas City. poly Drug Store. in J until the sun goes down. ...O 8ae..C9.e.....


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FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE MAN WHO I Information was received in this a professional visit to Jacksonville. i -I.'

; UAISCDUENLVAND WITHOUT MERIT It I City Friday of the death of Mr. --- : When You Buy of Us You Get Full Value For Your Money i iI
e REACHED THE TOP OF THE HILL; NOR Mlti Williams Entertains a Large Mrs. Roland Marsh, of Manatee, is _
1 IT KICK THE MAN WHO GOING Daniel McIntyre, which occurred at I n -- -
WILL lumber of Her Friends. in the city visiting her parents, Mr. I '
I DOWN IT. Corona, Ala., at the home of his eon,
and Mrs. D. Gamble.
We Are
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Friday evening at the lovely homeof ; Specialists
Mr. Alexander Mcintyre, on April,
I :
i SABA IL1S1SSTS.: SAS1IS. tow Editor Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Hall, first. He expired .suddenly, heart Hon. A H. King of Jacksonville, I /:

on Fort King avenue, their sister, failure being the cause of his death. is urging that Florida make a creditable I THE= :.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Uiaa Mattie Williams was the hostess His remains were shipped to Buffalo display at the St. Louis fair. SHOE HAT AND iI i

church, pear Sanford, N. C., for ,
of a very enjoyable progressive flinch ; Mr. R L.
Ivey, a prominent turpentine I II Ii

/ "Mrs. Raymond B. Bullock lion the party. I burial. operator in South Florida, I UMBRELLA LINES
Mr. Mcintyre was about seventy
lick list.Ret. The house was prettily decorated has taken up his residence in Ocala. I
yean of age and was well known in

J. P. Hilburn went south: Fri and In bamboo Easter lilies and were large placed vases of charm.roses this community having resided in Mrs W. B. Holly- -- -has-moved to :i and can show you the best goods in

day ifternoon. this for number of He
city a years. Ocala from Grahamville and has
ingly about and their fragrance and
Mr. Will Sinclair went down to beauty euciiea mucn comment.In was an elder of the Presbyterian rented rooms at Mrs. Cooper's where I the city.

afternoon.Rev. church in this city and was in every she will be pleased to see her friend :I ===- '
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Candler Friday the hall a bevy of pretty Httlegirlsdispt'nstd i I; j jT.

L. D. Geiger, D. D of Apopka, t delicious fruit punch to respect He taught a good iu and the exarnplary public schools citizen.of Mr. C. W. Chase! superntendant of : : : \\ CHAMBERS SHOE CO., :

the guests as they came down stairs. I I 1
was registered at the Montezuma Fri- this ceunty for a number of years the phosphate properties of Dutton & Ocala Florida.
These little HebeK were Beulah Hall, -
terday. and at one lime was! a candidate for Co., of Gainesville! was among Ocala'a! :: >
-- ----- Lida McDougald, Mary Burford,
Mr. W. I. sulk, who conducts a liv- the office! of judge of our county visitors Frittay.1lexrs. : %AAAAAAAAAAAAA I II
AHa Pearson
and Lucite Standley. .
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stable at MorrUtou, wl&sln Ocala court. I I tI
ery There were eleven tables of flinch, C. C. Thomas aud Robert E. |I I ------.: f fI
He leaves: a win and daughter, a I I
Friday. __ which is fast becoming popular in Davis! prominent attorneys! of Gainesville !
number of Kraus children and a host! The Ocala Seed Stole 1 f
i The President's cousin, MN! Scovel, Ocala, and it was played until after were in Ocala Friday before
of friends to mourn 1m death.
has captured an Italian count and eleven o'clock.Refreshments. Judge Bullock on professional busi

they will soon be married.Mrs. were then served
afttr which Mk B. Y. P. U. Social. lleS9.Mr. Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
15. T. Perdu returned Friday Georgia Smith ren- J. L. Young a prominent promoter
At the H. Y. P. U. social
deft several which Friday be glad to its in possibleIf
song, were greatly serve customers any way
afternoon from a short trip to her aud especially: in the sale of
<' 't'tl. night at the home of Dr. aDd Mrs. A.
enj sendto
) don't in line what want
old home at Gainesville.Mr. turpentine and timber lands, was we carry our you
The first prize H beautiful china teapot L. JzUr, a very interesting program

-- among the Montezuma arrivals Fri us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no
rendered./ Instrumental solos
Frank Mathews, after spendinga
was won by MimSue: Birco and a
Florrie Crook Edna and day. matter what it may be.
Ocala with his parents, Ayer, -- ---
few days iu a silver match! safe by !Mr. Stephen
vocal duet by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Tru ten P. Drake, of Drake's I
left for Tenne" ee Friday. Jewett. The consul ttiou pri/f-s, a I
( much Point near Leesburg, will arrive in ;
-- arid wen very enjoyed.MUj
silver hat pin and! silver knife, were i BAXTER CARIM Manager.wAWAWvwkdWIA.
\ .A, Mr.! C. H. Hargravts, a prusprrous' drawn : Leafy Sylvester recited most Ocala tomorrow to be the guest of bar j .
Mrs Edward -
by JK-Intosh -- ---" ---.- -----
turpeutiner of Romeo, was shaking and Mr. Lee Millar.Mis pleasingly, "Tim Old :Sweetheart; of brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. -- ---- -- -

haudn with his Ocala friends Friday. !, Mine." William 1ltn kor. i
Williams i i.s very charming ,,
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Another feature of tbe
hostess and those oho attended herparty interesting Mr. Daniel Uicuardsou and Mr. F. ,
Dr. Dm Morgan Smith was! called
to Brook ville Friday: to the bed Friday night were the following: evening was the contest, ''ModernSimiles H. fOme, of Washiugtou, D. ('., are A HEAVYREWARD !
: the for which beautiful }
prize &
Miss Agnes Burford ofDixoti the visitor iu ,
Spring, among prominent
tide of Dr. r>tringir who is dangr- ;
Ttmiewee Mi-** Lucy Robertson, of bouquet of roses was captured by towu. Tuey are !stopping at the
ou-ly! ill. __ I In mind and will be the I
Miss Leafy Sylvester while the consolation ease: to pocketbook reaped by
Elizabfthtowu Club House.
Kentucky, !Misses I
Mrs. J. J. Williams aad baby re- Sue Huco, Tillie ')'les: Jobnuie Lid- went to Prof. R.V.. Van j j person who obtains an abstract of title to lauds iu this

. : turned :Saturday::; afternoon from a'' don, Len and Maxie Bullock: G-orgi Brunt I Miss Addie Hauabrjugh, of El1Ittihtown I r count} before investing his money therein.

week's visit to Mrs Williams'; parentsat The pretty home was made prettier ; Ky., who baa been spending '!
WAIT until and
DO NOT are
Smith, Sara and Violet Harris, I !! you your money
Umatilb. with quantities of (eras and roses. I' the winter at Leesburg, came up !
Annie Mac Staudley, Talent Totter, I <) parted before obtain ing your abstract of title from us, I
---- --- Klesaut: rtfreshuiouIs were served and Monday afteruoou and is the guest
Loutllatiary, Florrie Condon, Edith i i ). -''Xo use of locking the stable after the horse is
Mr( C. C. Todd lameupfrom. Dun- each uiiii every one present hud a of her sister, Mrs. William Hwker.
nellon Saturday morning and return Pisa, Ethel! Sinclair, and GtrlmdeJVreda delightful time.Serious I,.1 oneY e will also be pleased to look after your ?

,I ; Me-xrs. J. H. Taylor B. rt Mr. IL W. Ferguson, of lieihu our '!
ed on theafterunnn train. She rejx'rts -- ;. taxes for you.
Weathers, W. T. AVIiet-ltr.lt. Kheiuaucr of the best! and most progressive fjrm.1 i I
her sMer, ;Mrs. Barton, aa little Affray at Lake Weir. I V/RITE US. -
Harvey Clark, CY.. Miller, J., ers in the county was in Ocala Friday ,
better. X'w was rewired in I this city Saturday -
Emerson J. H. Mathews, Robert and Itsidrsj bringing venue turkeys !
Major R. A. Burford left S turda y Mat new?, H. A. Waterman, E. T. of H Hfrioti* jttlrny, w hicb occurred brought esu'lleut samples! of I I l Marion County Abstract Company

afternoon for I Iroy, Alabama, where Ht-lveiihtou.O. U. Howse;;; Albert Miller ( "t Like Weir hit Friday. syrup two and three years old. I

t Stephen Jenett Howard I Itsu-nn ttiHtCupt. (irorg IvUseII OCALA, LO IDA.'A .
he will visit his daughter for se\cral Clark, > <
and Mr. 1V. E. Fl' I Ijlt'Dlling
weeks before returning to his Ten mica-! 0. I. Ander-on, E.: H ('ox, Dr.V.. H NV\ V

t see home. Powers, )1 r. Williamson, Mr. and! and some dispute arose: between ,- \ the past few mouths! most! I

them, which ended in an alter pleasantly in this city with the tamily
- Mr Edward L McIntosh, Mr and

J. R. Biggs, of OcaU, representingthe Mrs. Let ;Miller and Mr. and Mr*. cation. Captain Hu-isell knocked Mr. of her brother, Dr. J. E. Chace, re'l A. E. DELOITEST'

Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Mallory Liddou. Fo-not, who i U a one legged niauover I turned to her home at Starke Jerott'rd.1) ,

Company of New York wii in the board: from the wharf. He was i .

city yesterday amid mad the -Sim an Fire Friday. knocked setisele from the fall and HARDV\fARE.\
I Captain and Mr"*. John L. ILlis
agreeable rail.-Gainesville euu. Timlinnlariu was onndd Fu- WH*rescued by a colored man.:
r and their daughter, Miss; Inglis, have
day about 1:30 o'clock and the fire The sou of :Mr. Fosuut resented the

All that was mortal of R. Y. Lanierwas : proved to he the dw tiling of Mr. J. J. : treatment to his father aud succeeded removed here from their former homeat I Sash andDoors : 1 Farming

laid toeat at the old cemetery Tipton, which was occupied' by Mr. I in cutting CapL. Russell quite se Port InglN, aiiit they have a beautiful Jp..r Tools. .

Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, It:!v. L. W. C. Baiut-s and family.Mr. verely. residence ju.t erected fur them on

East Forsyte, near Catherine street Ready Mixed
B. Warren conducting the funeral and .Mrs. Barnes have had a Capt. Russell summoned Dr. Hood r t\
Times. Union. Paints Etc. ,
ceremonies.MM. very sick child for several weeks pa't to attend him to sew up bis wounds
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and Mrs. Bunes was making a fire and }Ir. Bob Fosnot summoned Mr. 11r.V.. --- -- -- .
nUll Camer- C. Barnes desires to return
C. I Gauisby ton,
for the purpose: c-f beating water for Burford to defend him before the justice thanks to the firemen, neighbors and \ ;t
while for Alabama
son, will leave in a short t'I
: where Mr. Gamsby ia now at the baby's bath, when in some way of the Peace on a charge of aggravated friends for the prompt assistance rendered -

at work. They will spend the the. As house soon caught as the on flames fire. were discovered assault. him during the fire lust ,Friday (Ill\ ML mi B KILL

sunnuerthere! and iu all probabilitywill the Senator Brooms Robbed. and the efforts made to save his household J
neighbors rushed' in and
and the kindness shown
goods to
not return to Ocala! next winter. .
saved as much of the furniture as was After leaving Ocala and reaching
---- -- his wife aud tick
possibly Tampa Senator James'! E. Broome was : I : f Rranrh of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]
Mr.-*. T. D. Iuret'n'ho has been at
robbed of $75. HH room at the Atoierb Mr. J. H. Killor, a vegetable and
lining distance from
the Marion County Hospital for some telephone CAPITAL S5O.OOOAivounts
Hotel was entered aud fruit <*oiumi! sion merchant of New
several week returned to her homeat communication it was some time before money
taken from his poeKet. Senator York, is iu the city, n gfcest at the I
the alarm
Brook.svile (:Saturday) fteruoon. was turned in and of
Ocala House and will spend several Corporations and ludividu--! solicited.Prompt .
the fire waa Broome has been on the road: for of Firms,
:She: was accompanied by her baby course department' necessarily
from AltfiiUtm to all Business E .1 i '--m: '.<> our Care.
Killoe went
over thirty years and this is his first days here. Mr. I ,.
belated and when
boy and her father, Mr. Itubt.Mkkler. : they: reached t Ixehang: \ Bousitit and Sold.IXTKREST .
New York iu the early'
experienceofthis kind.
the house the fire bad gained eon-

-- -. --- siderable headway Most any sort of thing, however is SO's and is now recognized ns one of PAID
f Mr. W. E. Bine-lair expects shortlyto Th. firemen went to work with a liable to happen in Tampa.Mr. : : the leading commission men of the

sdl out his business interests at will and succeeded in partly savingthe metropolis. He ia well and favorably f AA A

Mobile, Alabama and return to Ocala building. W. D. Graham, who is in the known to all of the fruit and vegetable -

to result. This will be pleasantnews express service and recently promoted shippers Florida:
very :
There was an insurance on the --- -- ------- ----- -------- ---- ----

to the many friends of Mr. Sin- building with Mr. O. S. Scott for $::OO. with headquarters at Ocala, is putting Mr<. Thomas Reedy and daughter

clair and his family. --- -- --- up a nice offiiiti iu one of the upstairs BUT
Miss Alice Reedy will leave Ocala the IT IS NOT PRICE, QUALITYThat
The Feaster Sale at Irvine. front rooms in time Express .
first of nest week for Charleston,S.C.,
i Dr. E. Var. Hood, who has been at The sale of the mill machinery he- building. Mr. Graham paid vn a very The
where they will spend a portion of
! Hot Springs, Arizona, for the past fe- longing to the Feaster estate and pleasant call yesterday and is delighted Makes IDEAL FERTILIZERS Cheapest
) the summer after which they will go
j > months with Mr. C. E. Abaou has left which was advertised in this paper, to be in O :dli. lie is a brother to i
to Washington. They will be joined
: that lbIuesudfsnoW i making a tour was ottered for sale by the administrator Lieutenant John Graham and :Mr. A.
later by Mr. Reedy and may not return
s of the \\nt. He will return home in on the 2nd and although a A. Graham aud a son of Mr. L. M.
to Ocala to reside. We shall regret Of forth zers sold in the s-tafce. They are made for
"1' a few days )Jr. AUon will remain large number attended the sale, the Graham, of Grabamville, a prominent any
i r very much to lose thin family Florida crops. Price:* and Circulars; request.E .
Arizona until some time in May. property was bought in by the estate.It member of the Confederate Camp
i and hope that they may change their
lti is said to be a very valuable property of this city. I
, Mr. Umuld llelver, undertaker, was I plans and return to this city next INVITE COLMr-H i'JNJIC: E-
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p and will now be offered for sale: pri- I
r culled to \\ ild wood Friday night to vately. The Woodmen of the World enjoyed winter. -- -

, 1. embalm he body of MemphisVest- ---- --- a spiendid oration Monday; from Cupid at Work.It I'. SON a TOOMEF} FERTILIZER COMPANY1arhufachlrcr'

! fall, a. young man twenty-flye years Misses Iolt Liddon and Emma Barber Col. C. C. Farmer, Sovereign Mitchell, U said that Dan Cupid has been

i 'old, who died there with consumption went to Crystal River Friday Mr. C. I. Bittinger and others. The shooting his arrows' broad east in of Ideal I'erlllizer.aimilSpecial (':roe TJAC'KSOXYlLLi "

His remains were shipped to afternoon to attend the Christian Endeavor Woodnuu is one the most nourishing I i Ocala and a number of weddings are :. FLOUID.l.

ireenville, Ohio, where hU parents I I Convention at that place to-I' fraternal orders and deserve to be being di ('ussed for the summer sea- OCALA SEED STORE ACENTSis ..

rr-,itte. day and tomorrow. because it is one of the best. son.

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1 F HEALTH POLICY (IT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.METHOIHVT. The Great Temperance Agencies. Formula teiIs the story : "

i the '.!

1]';lie ",stem i i-?, from natural Sunday morning m tile Sunday lions, I Chronic Chill Cure
ca >est debilitated! or run-down far !
n doing
br '1 iu the spring and fall. The School interesting missionary exer- I Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste, made of
so:.-ois': (:nangcs are always a tax cNes; were icndrrtd by Mr I CarrieLong' perunce
on me uumau organism. The Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
all other
blurt U.-COIW1 in the :! thai of little boys. :Mrs. A. It
impure ]
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH
spring aced: vitality LIIJS in the fall. Cotbuiu assisted with an excellent: have
A little care a little assistance; : i against Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA ,
f :' and nature will do the rest, as it is vjcalbuin.! Hull of honor eertitk-atiS :

,, always Frequently trying the:; to weakest maintain organ health.will for faithfulness in the school were men who Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. 1
t i I show the ui'fel disorder: and this] given out, to thirty members. The attendance excess. THe Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay.. Price, SOc. .j
often leoih to treatment.For drinkers .
wrong was fully 130, and the missionary ,
the debilitated conditions!
r of spring or fall, or any other] collection amounted to $937. ional i I __ 1
r time, for that matter the right I have not -
.' tiling to do is to build up theE Sunday being quarterly! conference I Important Arrivals ; i.,1toteltonal.. I

whole ::;)"stem. It is not your stomach -J occasion, the Presiding Elder, Rev.D. who take I Hrrish' 1
l '.\ --I ingii'fched! G GIS. }
or liver or nerves; alone thateau."I i IIacker&Soll
A. Cole! preached both rnoruing ..
rn BIGGS. 1
weakened time rivals at
} the trouble; jou are Were among i' I)
they are I
all over and must have renewed and evening.In OHXiY-AT.LAW.
ll "'ritta The
'< -tisf v.
E strength: anditulity. 'rhBD. man can
>ou cannot get so ihe morning bespoke on "The cMiitsf i NT Sjire; Smith, Office in Gary-Ague Block) i
t cluieklrsurd.ror j Minion of the Church and How to ha re ) OCAL. Ff.oRIDA. II ..
safely as I.y using '!' :. : and Ui-s Lnpion.' They __ ___ __ __ __ ___ I
Accomplish It." The gist of his I sermon -
Keichly, Etii I IJluJ. 'Iheynre, "
a cnurch i is Christian for the } ARLOS L. SISTRCNK. I
Dr.HMiTER'SWhen was that the : a C \
.md hv :Mr. Willhiii Moore t
I army whose mtoiou: it U to wage weeds a ATTORNEY.ITLAW.I f LI ,I r
IRON TONiC nf J11 k-ouvi i ''oiun-rly of
eterml warfare against sin, but to (II) that if be I Room t. 1ta onic Building. Ocala PU. s as i I I t' .( TISyIN :
: .
you use Dr. Harter's Iron t'norJthillg I potv-il! to have the sinner, i ing man. I
Tonic you are helping to renew SPENCER 't '(1I
the vigor of evtry! fiber of your and to specially stand by their leader, known\ : -- )J r _

I f You are cleansing! curl' enriching the pastor with helping hands.: The I give | 1 ATTORNEY-AT-CAW. i!I -
i your blood; jou are only to : I OC\L.\, 7'S-ye FI.ORIDA.II I
strengthening :your t-tomach and speaker specially denounced as leading 4' !
increasing the fluids do not j -_ .
: you tralli'm and
sins the whiskey
are building up and renewing the : II :
all. The : RKhoPI : )
I activity of your kidneys and liver; worldly amusements, such as dancing, FUl.I. fr
t t 1 and you are feeding and revitalizing card t'iaylig: etc. Unsaid statistics h oat yet : DENTIST. ;I luor..Sa..I h, IlIiniN.JM. 'IOllldhlC
: your nervous ptcm.,. You (Over Miinroe! &Clulmbliss ant. Ocala. Fla. !! and nuiMlnMaltrial..
cannot do this: without gc.ttiugI showed that one fifth of all the fallen tendency: L;
eXPRESS ------ ---
well, and you cannot take Dr. }IIrter'd ball roOIHI' wards tho |I Wimlow asa Fanrv ( Jli iird' !
from the : .
s women came .
Iron Tonic without doing it. l PREPAID I : THOMPSON.:
from < i 'i A SjM'c'ialtx.I
I I said society uphold' pronressivReuchre : '. ; I'HYhlCIAN-AIsD; -il'RGJ-OS.;
CHICAGO I.LL. Nov. a, 1901. wbile the negro who plays discharged $ i Purchase 0 ni8k. winch
l6.Q I Off cr seer Tra-pot Grocery, Opp. Montezuma. ur. wj C
I The Or. //artr Medicine (b. [kw'", .. C>. Guarantee ;
drinking Superior ..
il j :
G GENTLEMEN unhesitating!}'rrcom "crapipuuihtd.He thought if pro. I OCAL.FLA. I any
mend Dr. HjrUr's Jr?n Tonic, as 1 a position ; t : _- Sold South and Thereby '
tinny: believe It i* the Lest tonic on themarket :
toJ day. Every spring and fall playingcrabs" tion. : 'i i, Save Mon -v. j
my system seem t<. he in need of a wa wrong l J '
I !
tonic and for the past three :years 1 It \ i .t I I Offiice aDd Warcroomt. Ring o y ... ;. ,,o w. tI
have taken a bottle of your tonic twicea negro to lift him up to progressive, can 'T..O I DENTIST, street
IIov. Jons J. J-'TKLONQ, $
,; year.Hrprrifnttttii* to tn- Illinois 2syulature euchre: but the preatberdeeltred both what i rr,. I OCALA. FLA. 1I 1 .1't\O....".'e'.....". "
J ... __ s.: .
1351:: Osgood feU, ChicagoFOR the I :
,. SALE EVERYWHERE.Mrs. giines: w ron and the same in princi ance I I j I! A petition" has been feigned and sent I Ito ___
"" pit>. I Young 1.1.tQt :1
\Va-hingtou" asking that Mr. JimJates
who seek s I* : I I h__._
:\lrs.T. H. Johuioufcsnc a beautiful -
$9'00' ( bt.ppointe postmaster at 0I
,_. W. H. Clark is back from atwoweek's solo! entitled "Palms." will give -. .. J\ j Weir Park. Last Sunday Mr. Gates E. T. ALLEN i W.D.

i visit to Tampa.Mr. In the afternoon the Kjnvorth risk losing ); I
was uu.uimolJoly elected superintendent
met and had for its sut.j'etI gradually I OCULIST and AIRIST.
League S. E. BLUM 5 COMPANY .
i Will Hocker returned from \ of the Sunday school at that f \
I "What the Parable of the food 'I'JIII" ,;,.,. 1\ 'it : ......1. n" )
afternoon. place. The Ocala friends of Mr.
Leesburg Monday
Samaritan: Teaches 1:1>." ;517! and ..la\ \V. Bay h t. 1 hllr J\.
Gates are glad to note the honors
: Y Mr. L nnie Edwards, of Elmwood, At the close of the devotional! service News : Jacksonville, fla. being bestowed on him. -""''agyj---aa.-jT.>T.:rn=- ......"'.,,, 'to

was a visitor to Ocala! Monday! a business meeting was held. that Dr. /

Miss Johnnie ftatti's was elected bt home in -- ----- --- -
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp were I
vice president of the League and Monday
< at the Ocala House! Monday.
Royal Cole was elected and received several
f .: Mr. John B. Floyd of Irvine, was a an an active member. Dr.

t :' prominent visitor to Ocala: Monday. GRACE EPISCOPAL. settlers(If

t s Palm :Sunday at the Episcopal of the 1Jt.' )rCircll' in
} !your
: Mr. J. W. Crosby went to Arcadian .
church was appropriately ob- elate.He. W'o
) '- Monday for a short business trip. : very
gerved. The church was: tastefully was ocl.JI. $c$ + ;z'rrtc'' 'cl.

Mr. M. M. Little! has accepted a decorated in palms. Indian \\' soon"'E .

position with- C. Rheiueuer & Bro.Mr The right Rev. Bishop William -

Carne Gray,of Orlando, preached to a the COllft
and Mrs M. L. Pajn, of Fairfield -
; crowded church. His text was from He Wits I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-date line of
were visitors: to Ocala Monday.
Mathew; ''Then was Jesus led up the ,

Mr. William Beaus wt'ntto Atlanta of the Spirit into the Wilderness, to member : Dry Goods and looses

: Monday for a few days' business he tempted of the Devil." His sermon Florida

visit.Mr. His sermon was a strong and elo ed his which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties, at the

I g; l\ L. Martini of Lake Weir, Ilul'nt one and listened to with the I official I
most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the dy where
was among the visitors to <'alll.l\Iou- closest attention by the large number Dr.

day. ____ present.At deplored when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give )OU .t

The Baptists: had a l large congregation the coucluMOi of the sermon garded this value. Am recieving daily a line of staple and Fancy Groceries that will
and a. magnificent sermon Monday nine candidates presented themselvesfor He supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS NATIoNS, SHOES) ",
ni4'nt. confirmation. They \\'t'reIr.:: G. bor and a
-- CLOTHING for and is and full. The shall be
Mr. }t'. E. Harris and Mr. Geo. R. C. Crom and! his two little sons Mr. Besides HATS, men complete prices

McKeau: retuided :Monday from a F. A. Sands, :Misses! Annie Atkinson town made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See

vi-it\ to Sarasota. Janet Weathers Sue Anderson mourn

- -- -- Charlie and Edna Jeffords. a wife

Dr. Jim Dell: and Mr. Ham Dell, of Miss Georgia Smith sang a solo erick L.

'. Gainesville, spent Sunday with while theofleriug was being taken up. ;

friends iu this city After candidate's had been con- who i in
firmed the Lord's supper was admin Sheldon 1
Miss Geueviere Fosuot, of Weir i
iste red. : medicine
Park, daughter of Mr. W. E. Fosnot,
At the evening service Mr. Little I We !
way visitor to Ocala! Monday. Uai'I
preached a very eloquent !!sermon his I thies to ,. '
f fC
t Mi. Fred Uaskill came up from subject being, "The Holy City." relatives. / r

Candler Monday afternoon, where BAPTIST, PRESBYTERIAN, CHRISTIAN.

he spent Sunday with his sister. These! three churches were well attended Died i .

at both the morning and evening Putnam aSna
: Mr. W. F. Hamilton,of Gainesville IIi
services.Mr. (cancer)
was in town Monday on business.He .
> Warren's morning subject was, J. :\ \1Mf -
he is at work '
now .
says on two .
". "The Devil's Trinty, and his evening leaving. r 60+.7 RIGHT .4.r ite
wells in that city, and is doing a
:. subject, "The Short Bed and the Narrow tionate
splendid business.
T". Cover." Mr. Warren as he always host of

Prof. Josiah Yarn returned Sunday does, delighted his audience at the loss.

afternoon from Winter Park, where both times. At the evening service our loss
Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
he attended the Rollins College inaugural Mrs. A. R. Colborn rendered a solo extend !

t exercises and delivered an and Mr. Albert Oerig, a cornet solo. bereaved different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very best to be had

: eloquent oration ou The College and Dr. Lindsay who i.s an earnest for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of pure fine Coffees and Teas,

/ the Public Schools of the Htato. Christian and a splendid preacher, .
preached two excellent sermoui Sun and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low

Miss Ethel Robinson! returned to day, his morning subject being, given prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try ui.

Gainesville Monday afternoon to "God's Spring time call to His People"and my

resume her studies in the East Flori his evening service, "Why we the past

f o. Seminary, after spending a week bear the name of Christian" many best extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters when you
in Ocala with her parents, Mr. and
At the morning service at the
Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson. Christian church. Mr. Hannah used disease of to C ( f'11. e are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Alk for

as his subject, "The Bible" and In thee than any
The French Bakery is putting down $1.00 at
anew brick sidewalk-an example, \" ning appropriate to the day, Palm R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

Sunday, he preached on the subject, ,
by the way, that might be followedby 1
"Christ or Barabbas. The f
many of the property owners in Both sermons were earnest ones the letter
our cit)-especially in the business and much enjoyed by; an unusually
senJ'. large congregation present. ; .'.

) Misses Iota Liddou and Emma The board of county commissionersand am due To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures CripinTwoIbyt.

= Barber returned :Monday morning the school board met in regular old now

', from Crystal River, where they attended session Monday. All members of the ke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A 1'1/ on every

the Christian Endeavor Associa both boards were present. A good will get b oo boxes soW ia past 13: months. This Signature, (9.c rrav i bOX. 25c.

f t tion. deal of routine work was transacted. ner here

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FHE; I ,. \ ..\ J JJiXXER, APRIL! Id. JIt,.

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: 'VomeniS Well as Men FLOOD PASSING 4--_- .-. uo=>--== = I I AN ORDINANCE
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Are Made Miserable by
Eng'and! and Germany Approve Presi I The Illation to Trei'i&sioi; on i'ublk
Trouble. INTO HISTORY dent's Chicago S eech. Jo;Jim lr"j i ;. un U tiMiii Ir.s KVit t Property, StrceU, >OIJew.lk l and tit

i.. Kidney New York, April ti-The strenuous \\,1"\. kLa i .. Regulate the use of the f aiu*'.
--- I tier It' e .." hl" 'hn la lie OniaiuHl
note of President Roose elt's Chicago M 1'1 -' OcalaFurniture it t>y the City -uuellof

r: Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. discourages Broke All Records of Miss speech arises above the tumult of the A Good Metal Trunk S2.00 the City of Ol'ala :

and lessens ambition: beauty.vigor Balkans and touit functions at LIsbon A Good Canvas Covered Trunk 53.00 I Sfeiiou 1 Ihut from and after the

J I cheerfulness soon issippi Valley. and Copenhage-a cables The Tri A Good Canvas StriP hunk S4.00 i !'-,-,.HI't'
,:(2' _, disappear when the kid bune's London correspondent. Lt-lilllt'r U'ln f i Ui.ti i it irilllkn a1 <".tP"r unlawful (for ntiy J't'r.on ur jersoo* to

.:- ":t\lrl.- neys di are out of order WATERS ARE NOW RECEDING. The speech is leported' fully in the I ion > (>riif-. i I.IHI'! '', tlr 0 ,tli-e t., l.e 1I"ctll. ur attUVti
iI" or ea5ed.
.. : Ali vah1I al .1 T. VfhiiI.HV, ; Company
., Lj '\:' Kidney trouble! has general prwss: dispatches QlJIJ commented Ttm-sesrali U'(; BHcIS'ucl \\ e II. ,.. I remain I.t I rout of bU or heir

'" \ :} ,, become so prevalent upon favorably, as aa authoritative oth.-rtnirwiiii. at prrtI.i.Ul'tfli the itlt'\ulks or
Flooded i _
':- that it 'Is not uncommon Districts Will Suffer for Some exposition of the policy of the .
D !"ITt"t'I" Orala any l1It'n'hu.Ji.
for: a child to be born I Time to Come, But All Danger of United States: government. The closeness ,
(J K Pf afflicted with weak kidI I I Further and impartiality with which the AT SM I ITH'S OCALA FlOIIDA{ I gUild.. 1IOt-Cli.cs, t'lIrrt'I' "alGOa, :

\\ ., .: neys. If the child urinates Rise Believed To Have Passed president balances the good faith of 1.trI'o, IJlUuihu"t'I'I, clAlriagt'1I or other
= : -- too often. if the I Ii -Levees Holding Well.N.w the British German __< -. --5- : veh He or vehicles of auy drscri ration .
and governments
i: urine scalds the flesh or if..when the child I .. ;
.Ut',1 Loxtti
ing or used M r-
in the Venezuelan affair causes disappointment i
reaches an age .hen It should be able to Orleans April 6.-Though it ))1n.pta'It'

S control the passage it is yet afflicted with !I is probable that the heavy gaie along among those anxious to !1"1""?"!" " " '"? $"? ; ? !'! :' ('or aarba: f, as U required I I:
be .wet.ing. depend upon it. the cause of till iiver last night! did considerable: secure preferential treatment in favor !" "?"!" "?!1""?!""t"? ''t"" "!" toy ordmaure ; Provided, however that I!

the difficulty! Is kidney trouble, and the f'wstyep dSD1lge't the levees no news came of England, but the passages -- .-,.. merpbHuitt and others may occupy !
should be towards the treatment of. ing with the inter-oceanic canal deal-1 -
toda> that the-e hadbeen any further ', with articles of nierchaudh aot! ,
I the! important This -
organs. unpleasant the development of American naval
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the bvh in th: Louisiana Hue. The I a-- I package**, parts of the streets and ,

Kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as "lnJ! died out by morning and the power are welcomed as proofs that j I: Mile-walks for tbe. purpose of )or.dlug !

most people! suppose. cather today is colder but clear. The buncombe has gone out after favor, and unloading their vehicle for 111Mb
and that action has taken the place FINEST MILLINERY :
II .
Women well g
as as men are made miserable government gauge recorded 20.1 to- reasonable time as may IpfM
of vaaue blustering. The altruismof ul't'f'l'ary
kidney bladJer
trouble c'.y. a iltxiiie! : of aae-ienth of a loot. IiI
and both need the same great remedy. Work! at Fymelia was stopped dur- the president's speech is not unJt'r-1 = ) doing, and in such manner Btu

The mild and the immediate effect ofSwamp.Root ( stood in the capital of an empire which ob.-truct or impede( the coursei
i.;? tue Lig..t; owing to the force of .
::1 .
is You are In1.. \\' MiL T Tompkius" : I
i soon realized. It is sold has been built up on the principle ofenlightelE..I. II r"IIIf"" travel tInneonProvided :
,, I tht blow. 1 at ,. resumed today with :: .
I ty: druggists, In fifty- a self-interest. The objee.tion 1f"II..rjtl l opening <>f Pa'tent Hats t iy fro-n |>. in. :
fS a--
i cent And one ". :to fai pioapei.t.3:: that everything will be Th. l,.<)iesare Kurc to find H p-xsin! ( and ticaiiiiful :::JE further licensed! .1iQt- ;
'>r: is raised writers! that
,. sie.: You may dollara; ._".,"-. ...,..., in readine lor sacking tomorrow. by some ::: '.STEU II AT. Inilividuality m a feature of US I tiont-ers may! be permitted tiy the !
sample bottle by mail .., the trouble will arise whenever a EJ- :::: stile and .-I.-tr'si-''. \'otI will! flied this idta H -: 5 i Mayor to aH on the ttret-U sueb arlicif i

f free. also\ pamphlet tell-! Hume of Swamp-Hoot Seial; Ruer Bulletin.! roan" power finds itself:: powfilesto 5::: !iJlt'I'i..11YIIUttt favwit* rule. From! :2 p. IU. Tuesday --a--a lit (property 1.1' Hill not interfere

r. all about i*. including of the 6.-'rile weather obtain redress ia Spanish America. ::: until f.i"ter fur fine }Pattern Hit's a1 12I j.. 1
mg ashmtlut
many April with, or impede, the us. of such street
thousands of testimonial letters received units by the seizure of territory and Ia-
buuuii ti/r::j' .avi: r! t the following .
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer the "little England" controvt-rs>alists tytbel t

& Co.. Binghamton N. Y.. be sure an, I sj>There ooial river tutiin: : in are Puzzled by the demand ft>r a MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS. ITI Any irou or I persons violating the
ale no n-nv developments
mention this pancr.NORTHERN. the stronger navy when the Monroe doctrine I provisions of this: section shall, Upc.11:
flood the
I situation, e.u 'pt that -
has been sanctioned Great a- conviction thereof be
by -I punished by
rate oi tall at Vicksburg has increased :::: Corner :,vutht... "uh.. Sired .11l''. I-t A n'lIlIUPI'; -.lie !,ulj.in 'i:.'))>
soil *..hat. The stages this morning Britain ind Germany. The address, -: I II i fine not exceeding! S".OO. or byinpriaouiueui .

G90NTRY wi'ie.: as a whole. greatly increases ,he president's a--a--a-- -a-I-usa I I not exceeding thirty

Vicksburg. 5\.9 feet, a fall of .3 foot, !ir.estige abroad, and it was already a--- _- I. days. .

SWEPT BY STORM and) 1et.I Xe* Ort-! as, 201 feet, a fall of ; unique. I 1'' &&t.i.L&. & !' ''l1''..'. '41 j'' ..1''.,' &1 &..4i't.ii'i'' !. &'4"" i'' I'I I store ori-tion: keeper two, merchant: No huckster or other, peddler('<
I bal! occupy auy [>orliou of any fHib-

High Winds, With Snow Hail HER WEALTH UNDERESTIMATED. __'_a -- ----_.-
Brakerr.n Killed and Burned and I lie :-Huare| street, ortine-walk for the 1

and Rain.: Car) of Yarmcuth Will Receive Near Others Are Injured. L \IK CLUB, MOUSE. purpose\ s-elliug or offering for eat. t

-- ly Two Millions V/'ith Bride. Santa Rcsa, N. M., April 6.-In a __ _-_.-- -________ _._ -___ :___-=.-k or delaying any goods, wares or 1
MANY KILLED AND INJURED. Chicago, April 6 A dispatch! to The rear-end collision at Guadaloupe station merchandi-e except as heretofore provided

Record-Herald from Plttsburg, Pa.. on the Santa Fe road last night, by special licence.Any .
one ""Ian'u killed and three othersse'iou&ly I
says; : '
Railroad Traffic Seriously Interferedwith injured. Cuisine First Class. .1 I(ates Rcasorjable. pel sou' \iolatiug the provisions
When the earl of Yarmouth and : of this: section\ shall upon conviction
and Much Damage Reported to .lis5 Alice Thaw are married in this The dead are: .
be lined
not 1 less than two dollar, nor
Telegraph and Telephone Lines. city April! 7. the young bride will have James H. Munger. brakeman.The .

Storm Centers Over New York. more money than has been .xpected. !injured are: Refurrjisrjed) T roug out, Special Rates by Month.MRS. more than $25.00 or imprisoned
not exceeding ten for
Gus Englehart days, tach
f V Railroad Traffic Delayed. It was thought that Miss Thaw's estate conductor.
M .s would allow her only $2,000; a 1': :M. Rempe, engineer.F. onel e.

.| Cleveland 0., April C.-The fierce rear has been found to be untrue. By T. Bowsner, engineer.The ::tcliou 3. It shall tie unlawful for

storm that prevailed over the upper the terus of her father's will she wreck. was caused by a severe any person, or per&ous to permit a

lake region yesterday swept down up- was given possession of bar share &an t-stTm that prevailed at the time. I TIIOS. ,r. ]HH ES, I'KOP. horse or horie*, or other animal, vehicle .

on northern Ohio last night and early when she reached the age of 21 Ten freight cars were piled up by the or vehicles in his or her charge,

today playing general havoc with the years. accident and burned with their con
to remain
stop or upou( the side-walk,
telephone and telegraph wires and Miss Thaw has reached the age of tents. Brakeman Munger was
------- and no shall
lashing Lake Erie into a ragtag sea. 21 so that she is now entitled to and caught under the wreckage and i ''il I. person groom, curry,
NEWS BREVITIES. I I ;' wash or wallow a horse or horn or
.: After a precipitation of 1.4 inches, has received her full share of the es- burned to death. :

J, the rain turned to snow, and the temperature li-t.ate. People are fleeing from Honduras : other animal in his or her charge, up*

during the 36 hours endingat TO AID TUSKEGEE. to escape the terror of the revolution. -! :11 Remember on any street or Hide-walk or jrwit

7 o'clock this morning had dropped WABASH CONFERENCE. !, the same to be done.

67 degrees. Railroad traffic was delayed Plans Will Be Discussed at Public The South Carolina confederate vet- I;, _- -____u__ __ _-_- ---_ Any person violating any of the

today to some extent owing to Official Says an Agreement With Em Meeting In New York. c-raas will hold their reunion in Columbia I. II. -- -- provisions of this:: section hall be pun

the prostration of wires in all filrec ployes Will Be Signed. New York, April Ex-President in May.Near :: .1 AWE CAN sell the': ished upon conviction by a tine not
tions. SL Louis April 6.-Promptly at 10 I I \\ :you
Grover Cleveland will
preside at a Weston, m Webster county, exceeding $10.00 or imprisonment not

o'cloek representatives! of the Wabash public meeting to be held in this city G -orgifc, t. whit. farmer killed a negro -. I smallest article or a exceeding teu days, either or both in

Chicago Cut Off. Rallroai company and the labor organizations next Tuesday evening for the discussion and then suicided. I the discretion of the court.
Chicago, April 6.-TU cttjr wai e4- to whkh its trainmen and of the methods and needs of the I carload of anything pertaining ,
Hajidaom, of Senators 1// Section. It shall be unlawful for
portraits pet-
mot entirely cut off from t l cra.pMc firemen belong resumed their conference work of Booker T. Washington, at the ,
communication with the outside world I. over the agreement as to the new Tuskcgee normal and industrial Institute tut and Morgan have been received' to Hardware, Iron any person to clean or wash any

Friday as the result of a itorm. Accompanied rules to govern the employes and the Tuskegee, Ala. at the Alabama ca.pitoi. I :'I wagon, hack or carriage or other vehicle
Xails Powder
by a high northwest gale, wages to be paid to them. Mr. Washington will make the princIpal A white convict committed suicideat Pipe, Dynamite (Ion any of the streets or side

a heavy fall of wet snow caused telegraph Colonel Blodgett. general solicitor address. Other speakers will Samford Ala., yesterday. He had I I I Lime, Cement, Stoves.TWEXTYFIVE walks in the city limits.

wire to go down la all directions. of the Wabash, stated there was still be Edgar Gardner :Murphy of Montgomery only a few month to serve. Any person violating the provisions

The temperature was slightly some matters of detail to be decided Ala.; Dr. Lyman Abbott and Business houses of Atlanta agree toclc I of this section shall upon conviction,

above the freezing point. on before the agreement will be sign- William H. Baldwin. Jr. *. on Saturdays at 1 o'clock between I CARLOADS be punished by a tine of not 1 less than

Danger signals are dlapalyed on the ed. It is thought; the agreement will Th" Hampton singers will\ be present April 1 and September 1. IN OUR t=!.OO nor more than 110.00, or 1m-

lake and Teasel have been warned be signed during the day, and that and sicg.STEAMER! Fears are entertained that the south .i prlOnrnent DOuC't't'dlng ten
all of stride will be days,
not to venture out. possibility a avert WAREHOUSESiAD
will failure
Georgia peach bo a
: in the discretion! of the court.
ed.: HAD CLOSE CALL. Peaches are falling from the ires. Aproved March 19th 1903.
Rough Weather In New York. ---- -------==---=
New York, April 6.-A heavy rainstorm BULGARIA IS ACTIVE. I James Latimer, nephew of Senator i W. EDWARDS
Came In Contact With Hug iceberg. ActiotIayor..
Latlmer of South Carolina, yesterday
which began last night and continued

all forenoon turned into sonwahxMtly Making Strenuous Efforts to Control Chicago.but Suffered April 6.-A Little Damage.dispatch! to hot him. a teacher who wa. trying to whip HARD! WARE! ( [CO.

before noon today. The temperature Bands of Brigands. NOTICE.
The Record-Herald, from Halifax N.
fell, and the snowfall was Vienna. April 6.-Advices! here from S., says: Jam. Towjsen, a 19-year-old youth : Gainesville, Florida.

accompanied by a high west wind. Sofia say that the Bulgarian government The steamer Sardinian, which arrived surrender to the police and confesses I In the Circuit Court of the Firth Judicial Circuit
Cold weather with snow prevailed gen is taking active measures to rifling a mail bag at Constitution. -- -- ot Honda,in and for Marion County
here. had a thrilling experienceat
erally throughout the state. againnt the Macedonian bands and Ga.Minister. in a Chancery.
midnight Wednesday. It was very susana Davis, Complainant vs. James Davis,
hail seized" a large quantity of their Leishman presented thepresident's
dark and the lookout was keeping ,,, Defendant.IT
School Children Injured. arms which were hM close watch for icebergs. Suddenlya It. ORDERED THAT JAMES DAVIS TUB
Washington April 6-One of the Bulgarian gendarms on the frontier huge one loomed up a short distance and receivd satisfactory assurances I 'the defendant herein named be and he is here
most destructive tornadoes in years near Dubnitza have fired on insur on all points. For nearly by required to appear to the bill of complaint
ahead. The helm was put hard to In said cause on
swept over southern Indiana last even gents who were attempting to smuggle pot: and the Sardinian struck the Reports from Bartow Fla., state half a century i ..Viwi/jy the fth dim of May. A. D. /o'j

ing. guns into Turkey. French Insurgent berg a glancing blow. She shivered that Polk county truckers have this I It u further ordered that a copy nf this enter
Great damage was done in the bands have appeared in the district -. he published for eight cou"t\Ih\ weeks ia (lit
from stem to stern and passAngws: year cleared on 6i) acres planted In i i Ocala Banner.I .
County At the Wathen district 40 of jimas (Roumelia) and a
ran to the deck in terror. The steam strawberries $13wO.Congressman rerrysSeeds I I Done thibthesth day of March A. D. 1901.
children were in school. One end strong detachment of Turkish cavalry S. T. SbTRC-; .
er was unhuit, but had a close call. \V. C. Adamson. of Kim IN SPFSCtk. Clerk Circuit Court.
of the building gave way and a child with artillery has started in pursuit 'impU'uanta Solicitor.
the fourth congressional district of
named Mary Smoot was struck by a going toward the Keena pa&s. ,i
FOOT BALL PUT UNDER BAN. Georgia is looking for a young man
flying brick and fatally injured and I tavc twn growing famoui Inp1'PI"J' I
MOROS PACIFIED. to appoint to Annapolis. kind of loti,""!ry'"here. hold 10, NOTICE.
Several others werebadl, hurt. aild.lrts. litUSeedAnnuat _
Missouri Presbyterian! Ministers CallIt Farmer Poole. a i rom nent citIZen p Hpaiil free to ll ppUcauu. Ot Application for Tax Deed ITuder Section I ol .
a Brutal Contest I). FFItRY &CO.Detruit Chapter '*\ Laws of Jo'lorida.NT ,
Three Persons Killed. 80 Declare Gen. Baldwin, ReturningFrom of Lee county Ga.. was accidentallykilled )lie... _
Nevada, Mo., April 6.-The annual 0 TIC E IS HEREBY GIVES THAT
Ent.lah Ind.. April 6.-A tornado the Philippines.: by a frieni yesterday while stuckey Tiller, purchaser of tax certificate:
that struck 3 miles west of here killed San Francisco. April Brigadier Lexington presbytery in seilon here hunting below Americua. So 4475. dated the jrd day of October A.I. I Vi S
passed resolutions condemning the baa filed said ceni6cate in my office and has
Mrs. George Cunningham and crushed General Frank S. Bald win, who it- Attorney Mills has b*>en arrested in made application for Uz deed to U&ue in accordance i}
turn 4 trom the Philippines on the game of football and r-colleglate with law. Said certificate embraces the
the skull of her 10-year-old son by New York charged with attemptingto i I
games of baseball and basket ball I following described property situated In Marion .
Mowing down tk. bout A farm troop ship Thomas, will take command bribe the prosecuting attorney in DR. ALEXANDER'S county Honda, to-wit: '

: I hand was perhaps fatally injured in af&lllnr of the department of the Colorado The objection made aginst football the Interest of Dr. R. C. Flower.Mlnbtt"r Lot 9 and to Block B. Rowe Addition. Silver i
recently In the hands of General WM hued upon the ground that the Springs Park.
barn. Much stock killed. ,
was J'unaton. game was a brutal contest. The objection Bowen .u tges th .t the The said land being assessed! at the date of the 1
to match of bMeball powers are trying to break faith with CHILL TONIC ssuance ol suck certificate in the name of C. f. .
O.M to Supreme Court.April I Twice he has received the medalof games Locke. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .
sad basket ball wa. that they Yenetuela by Instating that the latter according to law ux deed will Uwie
for opo on
cLk.4 6.-At ft. honor that la given only exceptional i
coc.terancttj avenues for gambling. The.. r tofatioos aJl'M to PT tb* coat of the bhxluuie.) A poeiUn.pttDt&lltatudMlecure: for Islaria.Ckiil. the and day of May,A. D. 1903. .
In the field He
Mr. Lori-
between &ttornelor bravery :
I MyiAll
COliulaJ The bed Witness official signature and seal
aollOw" this
mi Fmr. my
*r on the one b .*d a4 tn* Iciton the fir. hM been kock4 out wert paased by the L+ifcgto* The wtrlkUg unions of Atlanta male Teak, A.li.Perl.Jie, AppdLser ud itnith. the zjrc" day of March, A. i:. 1903

eemntfsiIosiir, on the other, It VM d- of the Moroi, and that they art entirely prtobytery. the rtroncett ra Mtoourt ropoMl to the enpioytec printer eierfwpalt.iicUyfcratleitidehildrtBkBowc.Irlnn :317 S. T. SI8TRCNK. ,.
MId it 1* bl Td the synod will a4oprwotatioei rsgje.tiaj tM appolUoeAt e< 4 e a- [seal] Clerk Ct Court. Marion Co.. Fla.
makes weak
-1td to reftr the Lorim.r-Daburrow pacIfie& : the iw\ to faded cheeks;

election eoatroreray to the iwem Shllofc AnnJvereary 8rvlct.. .1.110. to whtrh ill queeilOM lit .- eilldrt fat and hearty. 4
will WeThf .hus.iLti Tablet torn; Uiteleu: easy to Ukt. NOTICE
court for tdu HcAtio&. Th
< &gre- MempMi. Term. April (.-A DUmber i
Tt. Cod aituatioi ..t&1.a. t.
Lest end the .at prooee4k1. Mil; 51 til. Trial tilt 15 CU.
prea of people left today for Billoh battitflelil two* tJftrmitf if th trtftkia .t a 0-;:;
l* Judge *a.ey'e aM will re- b<*t physic: Chamberlain'sStomach In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit
court to particip&to in tto anairerMry I"'IIt' ).*.. a Jew ml'" M6o.Vlu.. Dr.Aluaader't Ll'tr Regulator cum Bilious. ot Florida, in and for Minon County, in
uk IB the guard which has bees kpt etremoniei to b* held there oa .... ThouMndt of acres of fertile and Liver Tablets. Eaey to see,T.r>ut Liven CoaiUpttioB.Sick Headache Chancery. .

ir ovtr a week om th ballots hoI Mond/ xt. Among th party were tto lUll wilt b. Mbm.r a. tak- ; pleasant! in effect. For: sale by Pri;.. 21 C* U. far sale b, Easter Jacobs, Complainant Defendant n Holly Jacob

X withdraw Former oongreMinan Josiah Patter the Allti. Ionopoly Drug Store. m TT IS ORDEREDTHAT HOLLY JACOBS THE
?ve.(4eaL &oeevek spoke la Mil defendant herein named be aid be U
--- ----- hereby
Jud < Thought Te Hay Suieitf. --- Wm. Anderson Druggist Ocala Fla
| OB Colonel Luk W. i'lndlar and ,
wsukss Iut liflU on U. tniMfl. H. required to appear to the bill of complaint in
Troy N. T.. Aptil $.-Tb.* body of Gnarl George W. Gordon. A large Jlcl VEil and ilA CIA J this cause Monday the tif day of JUt A. D. l\,oj.
.. u. -
K. 7 --.r. be .erythtagp.e.L. it is ordered that a copy of this order be pub-
nry T. HMO, Ml* of Jlea.MJaoer iath.rfif! of people will be prwentClan t. rMtr&im the combine, and lished once week for eight consecutive weeks
eQUnt1, who b4 b*.a im* tag lnchM in the Ocala Banner.
(Hb.ree mat vie4on would 1',. hurt Done this the jrd day of April A. D
Monday, bam found in a field Morris Near to Death. rtrnia your 1903.

south of Albany. Indications were Yonkert, N. Y., April 6.-It was reported ful. {"'I :: Study at Horne R. B. Ei'LLOCK. clerk S. T. SISTRCNK.Circuit Court

that he h&d taken his own Mfe. The at the home of Clara Morris Col. Santos Given Death Sentence. sodhnproTc Complainant's bohator. 4 6 03 8
::::;-- condition in life. With the Tablet Home
6.-Col. Santos the your
reason Manila April
of have
though to
tact .
her that the actreaa had had another Mudy Lea,on,you need not l *ve home or'ploy..lt to
been desponui-ncy. and while it sari former aide-de-camp of the late General Iram k-kennif. Aninmeuc Altrebra" Gt<>Im-try. Dissolution of Copartnership.
Inking rpell, was TimmiMnetrv. Grammar. RhMonf Uteratnre BirtoryPsycholniTT .
Steamer Korea Sail.. it was expected she would rally there San Miguel, who participated in FUNERALDIRECTORS. Phv.-eum'lIAUo.. ,. }KiBht. Latin.rears eio.n f mrma Te.fhere Omilars pivpartd fn for* Notice is hereby given that the

'I San Francisco April 6.-The steamer was practically no hope of her ultimate San Miguel's! operation and was cap- astrea, 1. I. IIIMfcS: 1'alatka, Flonda. cOopartner-hip heretofore existing\ i
|J t Korea Honolulu tured over a month ago by Governor -- I
today for and the reco'E'rr.Consul ---- -- --- ---- between J. M. Liddell and E. E

OriEnt In her treasure room there Daniel RIgard, of Rizal province, personally To cure a cold in one day. Bogart under the firm name of Lidddl

: 5s Jl.tioii Dim in gold for How>Iulu andWOO1 Succumbs to Wound. has been found guilty at -I-Ira Take Laxative Kromn Quinine Tab- anti Bogart, ha been dis.-olved l I.y I

; ) ,.. i in silver for Japan. She '\,ifl Salonica European Tui-ke>. April 6. Pasig, before Judge Cressfield, of of CoCicc.Ckekeii, and ursStilt& mutual consotit. The bu-JDts will ,

I1it: .'..u !'a. On her passenger list -It Is reported that the Russian; con brigandage, abduction, and disarmingthe : hoes dciurtptlot 8peci l Uent'ci letAll druggists refund the moneyif l.eeontinut.'dh.'J M. Liddell and son.J. .

a-e V-; .' Governor, Luke E.: Wriht, sul at Mitrovitza, who was shot ir police at Novalichee. and was pa\IIU'\ it. irtsiierYiCes.iverj it rail{' to cure. I':. W. Cirove'suigJatUre M LIDDELL,
of ?K pi: :: ;;!;:f's. who l is !iCCOT1l1a' the back by Albanian thera. sentenced to death. The cane: will E. E. BtKJAKT. f
r. .i an sentry .' ,..hlling to Order. j ion each box.-i5c : Santo, March 19: 1m
>> h.g wife and liecret .: be apDealed
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Will sour the sweetest disposition In.t 1

t J CARBOLIC ACID ENDED TERM. transform the most even tempd'ed, !I..'- ,
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h A Golden! Rue: ,. A N OLD able nature into A cro&s-gnuned an :J

r ,r I White Convict Poisons Bloodhounds! irritable individual.If .

; of Agriculture : i AN OLD FAVORITE ..r and Then Himself. impatience or fault-finding areever

r ( Be good to your land and your crop RS/i1 S1itAtititAitAitilAAAi1kAAAAAitAAAAAif rA Montgomery Ala., April 6.-=News: excusable it is when the o.ly it

will be good. rieaty of i AAAitAAAitiiilAAAAiCtAitAI reached the city Friday of the suici'.- I SORE tortured by an eating and painful *ore, 1

r of Edgar Williams a white couuc:. It is truly discouraging to find after I

Tr PotashIn i FROM GREENLAND'S ICY MOUNTAINS at the camp of \V. W. Yarn, at Sara- I I I months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place

K ford, Gorington county. He drank remains as defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic tote, not

% By Reginald Heber C carbolic acid. I matter on what part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some prev'ious

the fertilizer spells quality 'd. t: xx No cause Is! known for the deed constitutional or organic trouble, and that the dregs of these dtsewt ,

and quantity in the hard l x t 4 r1M l..i t: Before killing himself he poisoned: several II remain in the system; or, it may be that some long hidden poison-perhapi

: vest Write us and rJ,}fJ' I a e "FROM Greenland's Icy Mountains." probably the mOlt bloodhounds belonging to the Cancer-ha come to the surface and begun its destructive work.I .

we will send you, )t, : famous of missionary hymns, was written by Bishop tY tfE company, worth about $800. I The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh I

fru, by nut mall, He wa sentenced to two years, but the skin regains its natural color. It iso
r Reginald Ilrber an English prelate, who wrote also and C
our money winning Us time would hate expired next :N corroding
circulation that the acrid
books If more than fifty other well-known religious songs. through

k Bishop JUber was born In England April 21, 17S3, and ember fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it
1 CWWI uU 'OU. !ti : He buried at Wetumpka this! aftwioon. and
I 11 itaaaa sued: X died in India April 2, 126. He was bishop of Calcutta, YOU irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify a

&r Port /1 a India. In ISO he gained the Oxford prize with his poem I I invigorate the stagnant blood when sediment or 4

It "Palestine." The best known of his other hymns la f BIG LUMBER MILL TURNED other hurtful materials are washed out, fresh rich blood is carried to the

I I a 4 "Holy Holy Holy, Lord God Almighty." r : dimttd'parts'tf#cw tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins to Lave a

II ,YY !Dry Kiln and lox Car Dt.tr.y d fcjr i healthy and natural look; the discharge ceases and the tore heal a'

I x Fir, S. S. S. is the only blood purifier

Gr-wland' ley mound Can we whore eouls ar* lighted .Moultrl. Oa., April S.-Th. big dry I 81.era17ears tiro. say. treated Will lad 111'a the se t h.is guaranteed entirely 1 rt r ,1tA
..,. sere leg ud w. w
FROW& With wisdom from on high, :. kiln at Oorbrtt'i mUle, owned by Ay- ; tot phrsleiuis Uttt receive aofc enlfU. table. It builds tip the blood and !

I r Afric'a India'sunny coral strand fountain Can The we lamp to men of life benfehtel deny? I t cock Bros., WIle destroyed by tire rrt- I Our droritit advised her So try B.8. B., tones up the general system a* BO I;,

Roll down their golden sand; Salvation oh salvation! I day veclng The lots U $2,000. Four which the did. FourUea bottles. cured other medicine does. If you hue
Let' and she has been well*T r since.
IP I 1 From many ai ancient alter, The Joyful Bound proclaim, ;I box can It&l114n, near the mill were !i I J. L HABOLD, 22 Canal St., a sore of any kind, wnteus.ad jet
From many a palny plain. Till each rcmotent nation alto destroyed. There VM no iniur- Cohou.N. the advice of experienced and
i call to dellvtr alas learned Meifilah' name.
*: They Their Iud u*from error1 chain. I UC4' killed physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood and Skis a

SERIOUS BREAKS INLEVEESIJ1EPOBTEO Waft, waft ye winds his itory. FORMER AMERICAN EXECUTED Diseases free. THE svriTT .SPECIFIC Co., Atlanta. Ga. It
What though the tpley br su And you y* water, roll :If \'
L I Blow oft o'er Ceylon tile, Till like of X ----
: Though every prospect pltaAttj a sea glory X: Proclaimed Himself Leader of Yaqul

I And only man U vile; It spreads from pole to pole; Indians and Was Captured. szsrszsiszs 2 sz sszsszszsss5T5i5srS7S
In vain with lavish kindness Till o'er our ransomed natur, Ii .
Tucson, Ariz., April S.--The Mexican 1a
I The gifts of God are etrowa; Tbs Lamb for sinners slain, FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS
i Crest of Flood Reaches Lower The heathen In his blindness Redecmer, King, Creator ; Herald publishes a report of the I

lilt' Bow down to wood and atone. In biles returns to reign )kr2SlkAil rapture and execution of John Dyer, of ..
Manufacturers KettN. Rubber StHiiip. MrnHI-v Awe -
., River Points. lAkyA1711fi1yt71S1'A'A 1'A ISIii'AArI'rl'A+CAh71k117t4AAAAitAit/lif AAAAlISRh C 0 the Arizona newspaper man who is I I graph Slump-* and I iiiP lieet. Any htyle made to <>r i is
reputed to have recently proclaimed hours. Kpecul: attention lo mail order

s CRISIS WILL SOON BE PASSED. AFTER PARIS GAS BUSINESS. PRESIDENT IN WISCONSIN. himself l leader of the Yaqui Indiansin When in the city give us! a call. :ag
--- Senora.

Except In Attempt of Americans to Secure Fran- Entertained by Officials of Madisonand The captuie was made by the g 224 MainMr ><>l. .Jud."ul" illf'. I'lu. m
River Falling
Mlssiilppi (
chise Arouses Paris Officials Fourth battalion of Mexican regularsnear
the Badger State 2525252ZS252525 5252525i52525S2S BB HHH
Louisiana! Territory Where the Paris. April! 6.-It i is reported that Madison, \Vis. April 4.-The special Bucuma, state of Senora, according

Strain Is Reported to Have Overcome the project of American" capitalists tnaln carrying president Roosevelt and to The Herald and Dyer: was immediately .
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to the Paris franchise is tried courtmartial
purchase gas by and
party arrived here at four o'clock this
the Levee System. playing! a considerable part in the morning The president remained on shot. Dyer, during his brief I leadership

Miss. April 4.-The uol. present bitter political controversy before -, of the Yaqui's earned the name
Vicksburg, the train, resting until 9 o'c lock, when
the municipal council aroused by of *Ti) Renegrado," on account of his
lybrook levee, which is a part of the he was met by a party of state legis
i the question! of extending the franchise alleged inhuman cruelty to Mexican
2 milt lative offldals headed Governor
main system of embankments : and city by
women and white
f couth of this place gave way thin LaFollette! and Mayor I Groves, men.
Several have asserted
morning 6 miles below Lake Provif and escorted to the capitol.
that one of the leading companies {"
ConsUpaUOn ,
f dente on the Louisiana side. governor and mayor rode in
seeking the franchise is an American
Reports received from the vicinity carriage: with the prf"Sit rent. The '; MAKtcn.liousntss.
and The Matin Rockefeller interests
t of the break state that the entire surd says University regiment! and company C, Proceedings Instituted Against Ex-of t tiY f ; ,
controlled four-fifths of its capi
rounding county will be inundated, and tal. This has of the first regiment, state militia, witha ficials of Texas Penitentiary 1Y1 tis, ciiu Bed Complex ." ,
brought out sharpletter
that. fertile cotton lands will be overflowed a mounted guard acted as escort in Dallas: Tex.. April 6.-A special to r

'' by the waters flowing throughthe of denial which The Matin publishes the march from the depot to the state- The News from Rusk Tex., says thata ,,,. : -, :, Tt..T-v: |
from leading French capitalists! .,
sensation has been caused there by r "Y-r> :I t-: -i.tra: j
crevasse which is hourly !increasing house. At 9.20:! o'clock the president f .,'

;; in its width.It interested in the company.) After. was ushered into the assembly hall of the announcement that a l big; shortagehas H'f: !| $
referring to the report that the Rockefellers $ 4 OH'S LIVER PILLS ( *-J
1s StAted that it is Impractical to the capitol where he addressed the been discovered In the penitentiary S
control the concern the letter '!
break efforts legislature in joint session! and about funds.Affidavits. Ir P. f-r-nM-r i'f'"l
ftop the now and that no, .r DPI i CTQ
: ; Ah'l ,
says ( a-i! ? i i i-v.5
can be made for the checking of the "Our 700 guests Invited by card. were made yesterday be- l ;* / ,
project is not Ames lean but is
tOG French. Its organization will be The president then made a second fore District Attorney Imp iIt'n. charging i Ii! err.. ,y: tcy! ':.;e trcn a d good hetrl! .al r n /,
t 7 Much apprehension is felt! by farmers French address to a large crowd not able A. S. Busby who retired'! last : ; the ros ;n ur rtas. Itamat'e Ltett pins erai ,/ '
and its administration will be
, and planters! below Lake Providence exclusively French." through lack of room, to gain admit : month from the office of assistant t Tncl; 1.Lets g& ;y a: st nawrr. C end

a and it is feared that details The letter further denies the report tance to the building from a stand finance agent of the penitentiary 'l

will] show a greater loss than the first that of the erected at the entrance. Follow! !! with the fraudulent misapplication! of .
some religious orders own + EROASidi. CO. !
I 1 reports stated. (It is said that the part of the company's stock this the president held a reception to funds on five counts, amounting to i

i t damage now is beyond estimating. state oflk-f and members of rhe legislature I several thousand ilcilans. Efforts are
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The water: which! is passing: through !in the executive office being made to apprehend Busby. s 6ut.adiri.
1 the crevasse, after flooding the lands STEAMER HARD AGROUND. i TemaI t
behind it. will pass into the Red river
Wabash Railroad and I lis Employes
r and flow back: into the Missis..ippi. Passengers Landed, but Part of CrewIs Itale
Will Reach Agreement Refuses to Sanction Va derbllt. 4,
Left in Great
St. Louis April 4.-Everytrinssterns ; Danger. Neilson Marriage
Hymelia Break Closed. San Francisco April 6.-At an early I
to point to the amicable ailJustment. Chicago, April l 6.-The Rerord-IIer-
:New Orleans, April -I.-The work of hour this morning the passengers and
within a short time, of the I aid's New York correspondent says:
strengthening the cribbing at Hjmelia two of the crew of the steamer '
differences existing between the Wabash AI'I Owing to the reception of orders
crevasse continued: today. It is expected Railroad company and its em bion River, which is fast on the ( from the ifropaganda at Rome, Arch POM! orric'i: UIU'i 101:1.:. to he completed tomorrow when at Boedga Point were landed in this
ployes. bishop Farley will not officiate at thewedding
the whole structure will be sacked. city by the tug Defiance. -- --- ----- -
Thursday attorneys for parties to of Reginald C. Vanderbiltand
There are no signs! of weakness and Seven men remained' on the wreck
the controversy held several conferences Miss Cathleen Neilson. Positive
' It is now generally agreed that the I which had for their! purpose I ana were burning signals of distress Instructions have been received by the ;::! ; =r.;=;:==Ii'i\i=='''-Iii'IiJ--;_" ___t"1iJC"1:8'_..._. ___!:"J_;:<:._=:::r-J__MjjiIiI_! ;_ _=IIcr.ii._'.-."''">va _..
crevasse will be finally closed.! The The wind wee blowing a gale and ,
the paving of the way for a resumption I Rome Catholic hierarchy of the United
river here today measured 20.:2! feet, a their fescue seemed a difficult task.i .
F of negotiations between railroad States forbidding them to officiate at
rise of one-tenth foot in the 20 The Ihe-savioR Point BoI
past i crew from r
officials and brotherhood men. broken more weddings in which one of
Lours. Reports from all Louisiana I nita. with their lifeboat were on the
off on March 3. by the issuance of the contracting parties is a uon-Cath 5TRAQ5S & c r
levees continue to be favorable, although j revenue cutter McCullough. near the
Judge Adams' writ of Injunction.It ollc. : y
f a force of men have been sent i wrecked vessel, and were using every I .. ., 4 er.agal .
is stated that at these confer
r to repair a weak spot near Innis, La.. effort to save the men on the lost FRATERNITY MAN DEAD. 5r
races many of the minor diderences
Pointe Coupe Parish. steamer.
s were disposed of and the field cleared ,,
The weather is bright and clear. Seafaring men believe they will be One of Seven Who Founded the Psi
for the discussion of the main
} ances. griev rescued, though their position is extremely Upsilon Seventy Years Ago. I I I.

i Special River Bulletin. precarious owing to the fact New York. April 6.-GeorgeVash. WHOLESALE ,

t Washington, April 4.-Special river TO AVOID FUTURE TROUBLE. that a strong wind is blowing off the Ing Tuttle. one of the seven students

bulletin: I I cost. of Union college. Schenectady who in a Mt.

: The Mississippi fldbd situation is un- Mrs. Hettie Green Will Procure Dog !November 1S33. founded the Psi Up- t.W t..

rbangel The river la stationary at Irtcksburg I! License In Towns Visited. MADRID RIOTS CONTINUE. eilon fraternity is dead at his home. LIQUORDEALERS ,-

t with a stage of 51.2 and baa j New York, April 6.-Mrs. lletty In Bath N. Y. The only survivor now I, ni

risen.1! foot at New Orleans, standing j Green said to be the richest womanin Public Join In Cries of "Long Live of the seven founders of the Psi Upsilon I .

at :0.! feet this morning. I, America; has kit Houoken, it is the Republic." society is General ward Mar- P

t i said, for good. She has gone, it is Madrid. April C.-The rioting here tindale of San Diego, Cal i

CONGRATULATED BY PRESIDENT.Mr. : thought on a visit to Chicago was continued until a late hour last Hatlan Cabinet Reisgns.

---- Sirs Green had said nothing about night. The public joined the mob oftmtents
Port an Prince, Hayti, April 6.- GOALA FLORIDA a
siP i Roosevelt Writes Parents of Trip Hoboken displeasing her until recent- in parading the street. A The cabinet has resigned owing to i ,
c ly when she was served '.th n noticeto *
lets and black
Photographs. gag was raised and there V-.1: the senate having passed a vote of

Gloucester City, X. J.. April!: 4.- appear in court and tel! why she cries \>f "Long live the repub'ic"' a.'J: censure against the ministers for fail. t.X .

George Cunningham, of this city whorecently I had not paid a license-, her dog. "Death to the minister of thp -ntl -lor." ure to take proceedings against those I -
"I will
Z became the father of make sure to have no more The police charged
triplets, with drawn sabers who were responsible for the interruptions '
all boys has received! a letter from dog summons served on me," Mrs. and 14 students and six policemen of the sitting of the ChamDPr aI
Green is reported to have declared: .
President Roosevelt congratulatinghim. were wounded seriously.! Many of deputies March 3'i' b>' the firIng .wre
"for 1
The letter reads: the Intend telegraphing ahead to others were slightly injured. of rifle shots. It was reported I Our Specialties :
"Washington, D. C., March :31, 1903.: places I pooposesit- The Republican party is active! hopIng I ct the time that the disturbance was

,Mr. George Cunningham-My Dear ing In the west informing the health to take political: advantap! of the duo to the duplicity of certain; of the i'

1 .& Sir: I congratulate you and Mrs. authorities that I want a dog tax and 1 situation' esi-.;>cially if the disorders! I ministers. s4m

,: license l left at the raTirwi." _, ._ _.a.
Cunningham. That is the kind of + I
; 1 American cit ens ip in which .I believe : WAR RECORDS WANTED.
THE WEELITTLES IN INDA.! II rauss' Royal Reserve C
I. in. I send you three photographs I '. .
1 1'f. Former Governor Candler to Assist In I"
J: ol myself for the three new ,
Compiling Roster of Soldiers. s
CUnningham boys and compliments f __ Ifffl
'o a, Across mountains Atlanta April 6. Ex-Governor All'n 4 FULL QUARTS $3.50 DELIVERED.
to tits Cunningham. With my best ; ,
to the ia/cf of D.' Oandlt'r, who has been designated /e is'I
wishes Theodore: Roosevelt l'ragic
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i ,6.} / by Governor. Terrell to co-operatid
"President" : 1
with Genera! AInsworth chief of t.e!
f The letter was written as the result i ,
e & record and pension office in Waslun 2-

i: tt a communication from the family I % $ ton, in the matter of compiling rostersof ; std*+r I I Ioea
physk: -ian of the Cunninghams who informed ; I itraisss 16"
fevuV '';*"* > ** the sorters from Georgia, who took Maryland
: the president of the birthplace : Tf
I part in the war'-betweeq the states is
t d of the triplets.
anxious to secure all the possible information

I i i that will -facilitate this i.

NOEL OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN. tyf&U&A.if work. Rye jrI e (Ida
w ( To this end ex .
I I prepared an address to all the campsof r
Gubernatorial Candidates Discusses Issues b
I. confederate veterans Daughter ,>' I (r r
In Mississippi. I 1

Jackson, Miss., April 4.-Hon. E. RNoel : II I of the Confederacy and others whs 4 FULL. QUARTS, S6.00 DELIVER) ,' ktr'RI'
would be likely to have such recora: : o.
candidate for governor, delivered : Y i .. ; .
r asking them to let him copy them. ,
the first campaign address of the year i I / : ,usLA ... "'
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in Jackson last night speaking to a ; --- ----- --- .
Broke Monte Carlo Bank.
J large audience in representative hall.
New York, April 6.-The MarchesePa. It:
He KaciSB6ed the principal! !issues oi I
.,lu Hi i Uudini, son of a former Ital. e handle everything pertaining to a ant c .
: the campaign in an able and thoughtful *- / '
ian !Jf-ll1 inirr ;n the course of play recently
manner, devoting especial attention : 1k,1/ :, i&The broke the bank at Monte Carlo Saloon and having a wholesale license .can sell to

t to the proposition! for a division of the ,: I

t school fund between the races and as.: ..,o, 1 fir. a r (et east Roulette$40000,which says The means Herald's he won correspondent at- Any Quantity and Ship in One Shipment

f eerting that such a plan wOuld'be both! : -e- in Paris.
Price Lists
t. unwise and unconstitutional.: I I on application. \, \

Senator :Noel's: friends Camels seem to feel / VC-'J L
assert that :
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l ; Foundry Burns at Joliet, 111/ .
Orders filled
the chances of their candidate have : That rj /s a lead i>e cTcA"L: wiK L tin Joliet 111., April 6.-Fire early today promptly same day as* received.

since ; the of freight. --\JB, /ISfe -
greyly; Improved the Critz-Fox way > >
destroyed the foundry building of
Remember we are the only Wholasiit Liquor

quarrel: and they now believe that he n- the Bates Machine company' plant *

has a chance for the nomination as :! ltd C c here entailing a loss of $'0ou0. Par I Dealers in Marion county. i j

favorable as that of any man in the tiall in
art PLVI THE CAMEL mmcu ) -u'rd. The' fire raueht from ..r.r

- > race the coke ov-n in the foundry. j o iL r r, a !:L. Jj"5J :::1! .E' "!.. ., -! *

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jf Chicago Health Officials Indorse Lon- Gloor Gives Way Durlrg a Marriage
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner don Lancet's Plan. Atlanta: Ga., April 6.-While\ ,

- Under the beading of Draining of The ClUfHtfn! Health department marriage ceremony was being Gainesville and
performed at a negro church on The only kind of Ocala Fla. ,
Orange Lake, Home oue very much calls attention iu its weekly bulletin, consumpon
Alexander near Orme street, last : to fear is 0 i
InterrntKl says "we ht'lir"Ir.. Gait- to the Loudou Lancet's cru-utde iu be- night at 9.30 o'clock the floor of the "neglectedOl1SUn11)t10n. i--- r-

kllleele. thick H a pity that anyone bull of a new process of "ceauiu! by building gave way and 200 people were ; : l': .,
precipitat I to the ground 15 feet be- -
would drop a true name, aud then vacuum." People are learningthat con- ,
low. Ad! screams and cries-of agony .- ,.... ,
' is curable disease. .. II
imption a
lamp tshlntl>> "we bear" to give exprewiioiis As given, the process: Iiltlllilil'i tae human masts plunged down. c = :-:. ,.1

to assumptions from the house-i'leauiug aud iu t>d.linou is I ward with the wreckage, and Imme- : is neglected consumption 2.

diately there was a wild panic as the ut is so often incurable.At $
! protuiueuce giveu me by this iiiterHted Haul tlir\'.
and children tried
men, women :
*r. IMTSUU. I am almost eouxiiicedI "Instead:: the old'fashioned dust: scramble out. the faintest suspicion of II6'S:3

I[ that 11&111110 candidate for Home ollice, laislug brouiii and the dust scattering About :Z;) people were injured, but msumption get a bottle of :: .::!. :

not more than eight were hurt bad : ::ott's Emulsion and begin ... .
there in no comment for or against -
u feather duster the modern o.
or hospital
comprtssed enough to be taken to the Grady ,
"-nlar doses.
s r advisability of draining the lake air IUl"lhl1cl-by neither oi Both ambulances were kept 1!

busy for two hours hauling the wound The use of Scott's Emulsion I 1t
[ orof trapping the Ii..h. to-Us "hl'I.edr which are duit 1 and dirt tingly dispowl i t
ej from the scene of the disaster.
has in thousands of
: once
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Iway.t of, but only dislodged( from their The police hurried tjj, the scene and -

[t This much interested person ant settling JlI.sct's' to be scattered 10 Chief Ball was on hanG with a squad ,ses, turned the balance in }'.. SAMIIir.SEK'IJUStJI: JIEKK g. iI

several things besides a of men to assist the physicians and ..\"or of health. -- --I .. I
umes spur- other'-ill ut. aud 'be: disea
help quiet the panic-stricken FINE WINES WHISKIES
negroes. and BRANDIES.

t lou name. First, I don't believe germs white! it contains, is 'rucked' The preacher ltev. H. C. Dennis, Neglected consumption does My'::.uoll.yeor.. Bourbon. at..... _...............,i,75 My |, oo Gin at.... ..........__..._. _..._--J. :

any one has! ever heard Ole sty "drain out of carpel, rugs, ,i-urUiu, tapes- : wu among the injured, and he was 'lot exist where Scott's Emul- My My 3,00* 5 ... .... ....._............... ...... '2oo.s* My My :2 aSo".oo North Carolina.. Corn at... .....?. I .

have recollection of I taken to thg hospital, where several severe :lon is.Prompt. My 4.00 ............ .... ...... 3.00 !kfy 300" M't'nDcwCoreat... .. .. I
the lake" as I no trie'', ..Ic'., HintouveycHl thiough rub- My a oo Gin at ................ ..... .... .......? 1.75 My .. .. 171
advocating the draining of tbe tier tubes to xn t-xliaust cylinder,
lake. I am very decidedly iu favor whence it 14..nhp'iwt into me furnacefor Neither the bride nor groom was In. -ion checks the disease while it The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.

| of cutting a channel of sufficient ca- comple'e! d .ttrui-tion," the jured. They were only! half married an be checked.Send ID seDdicK your ord rs alway.send enough to cover the cost of jug. Ha1f'iaUoa ions. I_ 'tgallon I.
vtyu when the accident occurred, and they tug. Isc.-gaUon: Jug.:!sc:3.gaUoD jug 35C;A'gs.Sl.Atrulorderwiltconvinceyouthafwearetliepeople". li
'i parity to lower the waters of Orange report. will have to be married over again. for free u.-nplt. eatgooda 1 sell and more lull whiskey measure aDd better whiskey than any house in Florid.bec.us I give rood,II. .i

\\Ukd and keep them down to and The church U built over a deep ravine SCOTT & EOWNE. Chemists, Terms cash with the order.
According to the Lancet! "oarpets
t within the real true bed of the lake. and while the front i is on a level 4.j>-4i5 Pearl Street, New York. Vours.anzouSto0le8e J F. EDWARDS.ssssssDieasssisssEsssssasasassssBssaEasasasssEs .
f need not be taken up allillte..d not be with Alexander street, the rear is 15 $?c.and $i oo;all druggists.
Thli would, I hope, put a atop to the
teet troru the
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entawny, u"r .llrt4ill", furniture
irregular rise and full of the laktfollo".log ', The bride and groom were Lula
bedding, and the whole III't.'nuillll in Brown SPIRITUALISM TABOOED. !: SEsass-sssssssaassgassa
! and George
each i-pell of rainy or dry
a ten room houte need m>t occupy After the accident a woman lost i'

weather. Each rise of the lake overflows mole than ei ht hours, the lime taken her ld'and she wept and'' cried out New York Minister Says Only Evil i WE EAT MEAT I

J quite a lot of l land, killing the that Lr child was In the! debrbii. Spirits Appear After Death. I
lependuigon the amount of dirt it is
t vegetation growing thereon. Each ; I Chief Ball! and his men searched the New York, April) 6.-Before his con- [ To grow strong. Unless we get

possible to remote and on the nature ruins with a lantern, but found no gregation in the First Baptist church,

fall occasioned by dry weather exposes tlf the furniture."It baby.In according to the Woil.l! last n.;ht. Rev r good meat v,e may.Illet 15 I

this dt'lill't'gdatiuu, and we falling the stove retained its up- Dr. Uaac M. llal t'IlUiD. attacked tht it alone. There is no strength f ft I

have possibly annual occurrence of is as rem trktbte as it i is:Impor- right l/o.>ltion. If it had overturnedit I,ev. Dr. Isaac X. Funk whj rectut t in tough meat-instead of giving ,

tant from a sanitary: point of view might have ht t the building on fire. ly told of having with the spirit: of lIeu
the condition that is claimed will -,-- rr Ward Beecher medmn. it takes strength to digest! :
that; during this -sdust or dirt is through a -
pt'oce i
cause M) much ('kul' should the RACE PROBLEM DISCUSSED agency. I j' it. It pays to be careful intujiug

lot raised iu the room," for exlmuston : ":-0 matter how godly the rn = Y
lake be drained, instead of only the man meat-be sure to get l
is proceeding the whole time; the Parkhurst Says Man Should Have Mas said Dr. Haldeman, "I say that any t' 4" t
the itesi-tender and choice
time immediately after the I
one R.i
I air of the room is constantly being ter Until He Can Master Himself. minister of the gospel or any Christian g .
waters are lowered. I New York. April 6.-Rev. Charles man who says that he has beben. and tyt Pay a little more if need be and I

changed.and it is found; when the talked to another minister of the ,,- '
There has been no thought of attempting H. Parkhurst in his sermon yesterday gopel is puteoulethinginyoutstomach I
cleaning pnatfs is: over that the ;altlves touched upon one phase of the negro through a spiritualist: lies. Only I
whirh will flesh
the drainage of Orange *> put 011 your
the the, of question. Compulsory obedience he evil spirits appear to men after death r./-
mantlepiece", or cover
bit by any one, but simply to take said, is not the ideal form, but Ideal and surE'lyIrf.. Beecher's would not Iq a r..PVVjj hones and strong blood in your .
the from all of deposited I I
is free A
igus -
tbe waters from the raarphy marginof piano obedience has to be reached througha be an evil one. It is daring hell fire heart.EDWARDS .

dust. preliminary stage of compulsion. : to go to one of these seances."
the lab and instead of
au ugly
Continuing, he said: Dr. Funk says he has heard of a BROS.
"Iu asimitiar tbedust be
unsightly grass and lilly covered body w*! mty "It was well for the negroes in the' certain medium in the west to whomhe
Stink 2 and -t City Market, Ocala, Tla.JAS.M.URAHAM .
of shallow water that Is of no use to removed from the walls by meaus of south that not being competent to' will send a representative with I

aepeeialeleaner, hich consists of a be a law for themselves! they had mas questions only Mr. Beecher and him L
make of it taxable
any oue, revenue cl.5
self could/ .
ters that were a law to them. answer.MEXICO
brush: of horseshoeU'.xhape\ : providedwith I
bearinir I land, laud on which food "They ought to be thankful, on the WANTS FIGHTS. -

an exhaust tube iu the center. whole, that the institution existed, and I
products can be made that will be a : President. GEO.W.HYDE, Vice Pres i
The Health Bulletin regardingthe such of them as are not yet drawn Man To Be Sent to United States to : i
credit to Marion county as well as a says
under any other system of governance Contract With Pugilists. I

source of revenue to the county. vacuum cleaner that "it is not iu would be better off If the institution Mexico City, April 6. Ramon Lop -z. The First National Bank

This one no deeply interested assumes the amelioration of thelldNcotiforts still existed.It manager! of the Mexico bull rings, announces ,
slavery to be sure, and as
was that he has secured perm's
that 1 have obstinately fought of the spring cleaning! that this new
such was irksome and grinding but Rion to give prize fighting exhibitions OF GAINESVILLE.
the fish catching 'A by don't he say method finds greatest favor iu the slavery in its essence is only another in the bull rings. lie will send an

"fish trapping The truth is, I have mind of the salutary official. Its use name for subjection to mastery and American sporting man to the United The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
that is purely external mastery; and
States next week who will attempt to
said but little about the fish trapping, Iu the sickroom especially iu the contagious -
until a man can master himself he is make contracts with pugilistic op'ebrltles Capital. . . . . . . . . .. . . .S50,000 00

mainly because the tish traps were diseases, must prove of vastly exceedingly unfortunate not to have to pull off fights'in this coun Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . :20,000 00

set in AUchua county aud no law greater importance. some him. sort of a slave master to master try. ._ Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the

bad been made that would allow Consumption, pneumonia influenza state. Sohctd the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
To-Test Fire SytUm. now ra of Clataests ir Catarrh 'That Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business

Marion county officials to interfereand -carlet fever and; similar dt.eases Mobile: Ala., April 6.-A special Contain Kercirj, transacted promptly. I f

talk about the matter would are known to he spread by the infected from Pprkjacola. Fla.! says that the will 10-17 H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier.
as surely the
test of the new Wains worth system of mercury destroy tI
have been entirely useless. of aud columns t
'l'bll1dl't'l'lyIntt'rl'tllt'd dust the siek-rootu,
fire control at Fort I"ickens, which sense of smell! and completely derange

one says, in giving testyuouy !- have been written urging that in the was cheduled to take place this week, the whole system wben enteritis it The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing Co. f

at Citra I referred to this body cleaning of living rooms, whether occupied has been ordered postponed' by Colonel through the mucous etirkces. Such 1
Mills, upon receipt of Information that
of water as "the nocalled" lake. I by the sick' or the well-but Gainesville, Fla. !
the Washington army officers, Including articles} should never be used excepton .

suppose that "we hear" is being used much more so by the sick-the distinct General Miles and General Randolph prescriptions from reputable physicians t:

again, personal knowledge is certainly and recognized purpose of the could come to Pensacola as before as the damage they will do is High Grade FertilizersEspecially
mentioned. The officers are said l'l'i'
not being used. The testimonytaken operation shall be to remove and not ten fold to the good you can possibly:
to be on the way to Pensacola, how.
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
at Ultra can be seen aud if simply to stir up the ever gatheringdust. ever, and one has already arrived ;

mruiued the "one interest d" will ." The date now set for the test of the Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney adapted to Florida soils and products. Special
& Co., Toledo, 0., contains uo mercury
find system is April 20. Brands for Fruits Potatoes, Melons, Cotton. Lettuce.. Cukes..
that Mr. Stanford first called i it -
; a and is taken internally, acting/
Returned From the East Coast. Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens price $1.00
Town ,
wcalled lake, :and. then no reference Destroyed. directly UJKJH{ the blood and mucous

Columbus, Miss, April 6.Almostthe 50-pound sack ':
was made to the true lake bed, as Mr John Turney and Mr. Allen surfaces of the sys>t I.111. In buying/ per
of Ala.
whole town Kennedy a
Cameron have returned from the Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
that lies almost entirely in the Arre- station on the Southern railway :SO: HigluM t'a-h Price Paid For Dry Hone

dondo and does and East Coast and are agait\ at thE'irlId: miles east of here was destroyed by the genuine. It ii taken internally \\. ('.J dior..... IKOIII. (h'ala. rialST.UI.ISIUU
grant not never and made iu Toledo Ohio F. J. ,
homes Lake Weir. fire today. The loss will reach $40( ,
has belonged to the United States, 000. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. i

but was private property. When We had a pleasant call from Mr. Sold by druggists, price Toe. per bottle. Ii YIHICS. I
(Spain ceded Florida to the United Turn(>y Monday and he told us that '. I
Hall's Pills the best. HRNME BROTHERS'CASH
States the socalled lake was a refer- they had the misfortune to strike that German Crown Prince Is To Wed Family are

Duchess Cecile.
|nce to the part east of Arredoudo section in an unusually bad year,
Copenhagen April 6.-Rumors are MAIL ORDER HOUSE
grant toward Orange creek. indeed the worse known to the oldest current among the German emperor's Threatened the President
San Bernardino Cal, April 6.-B. P
Now for the benefit of this "one inhabitant. He says that he expec suits and in Danish court circles that f
Drown, of Redlands, who was arrested Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
the German crown prince, Frederick ,
interested," I will say, I am not a ted to gather about 1500 crates of just before the last visit of President
William, U to be betrothed to Duchess
(candidate for any office and am notallowing tomatoes but gathered only 9o, owingto Oeclle. sister of the grand duke of McKInley, under Instructions fron: Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp i
Governor Gage, who learned that he
Brewing Go's St. Louis Beer.
myself to be worried about the excessive rains. However he Mecklenburg-Schwerin whose sister, had made threats agalntt the president .
Alexandrine is the wife of Prince
hither! the partial drainage of Orange obtained a good price for these and Is again! In the county Jail, fcav
Christian, the grandson of the king
Ing been tAken into custody at Red 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville Fla- .
t or the fish trapping going onthere. also succeeded In selling from a quar of Denmark. ,
lands last night on a similar charge
ter of an acre $65 worth of cucumbers Duchess C.ecllwas born at Schwer-
Hoping soon that we may having been overheard making threatening PRICE LIST UPON AI'PLICATIOX.ssssssssssssssssssssssssss. \ I
tn, on Sept. 20, 18S6 She will be ,
iave a Uw that will protect the lab that escaped the Hoods. He also cap allusions to President RooseveltIt -
17 years old next birthday while the
la the lakes as well as the bird in theands tured the first prize for the best lot of German crown prince U < years her Is stated that ever since the president .
announced his Intention of visit.
from cucumbers rt the Dade fair. senior.
In the county
trappers. meantime -
Ing the west Brown has been closely

| I shall stay quietly at home and Mr. Cameron was a little more fortunate Good Increase In Wages. watched, and his arrest was decided

Mend to my own business. and shipped 417 crates of cu Denver Colo.. April 6.-Subject to upon a& & measure of precaution. HIs i READ I
the approval of General Manager Russell charged with vagrancy.
t H. H. GAITSKILL. cumbers. Had the year been a favor.
Harding, an agreement has been Mikes A Clean Sweep,
able Mr. believes reached between Manager Edson and
one Turuey they -
Chamber.bin's There's nothing like doing a thing
wonttration of representative of the Order of Rail The Florida Times-Union I
What would have swelled their bank: accounts way Conductors and Brotherhood of thoroughly. Of all the Salves you

Colic. Cholera I Bucklen's Arnica Halve
and Diar. considerably.Mr. Railway Trainmen of the Denver and ever heard of -

rhoea Remedy Can'Do. Turney is not discouraged and Rio Grande. The new schedule gives is the tiesf. It sweeps away and 6

"One of passenger conductors and trainmen an cure BITUS, Sort, Bruises Cuts, S REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES .
our customers: a highly repec..ted intends to truck
give in that
approximate Increase in wages of 12 Boils, Ulcers Skin Eruptions and .
citizen of this One Month postage paid J DO s
place been section another trial next year. What per cent and freight men an increaseof Piles. It's only 25c, and guaranteed Three :Months postage paid ..... ._ 1.50
->r ten j ears sufferer from chronic 15 cent. MX )Mouths postage paid : 3.00 .
particularly fascinates him with it is per U> give sati-'action: by AntiMonopoly .
iarrhoea." One postage paid 6.00
writes Walden
& s
sgUu, of Enterprise Ala. "He, its "no fences." He: says all a farmer Killed Sweetheart, Then Self. Drug .Store, Bud TJdivgs & Co. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $1 50 A YEAR. .

ad Ayres, Mass.. April 6.-Charles: ilrii gi"ts. in semi-\"e Vly l-'dition .. ..Six Months i .so I
used various patent prepsrations has to do is to !go there and begin 'trtni.Weekly Edition One Year !.co
M Moulton. of Clinton attempted to kill i if
been treated by physicians with- plowing aud gives no thought about Miss Lillian! Wheeler of this town, at cancer Fapidly Spreading. ) --- m J

:atany permanent benefit. A ft'wonthlt hogs or cattle destroying the cropsand the railroad station today by shootingher New York. April 6.StatistiCs regarding : .\:: ."minu,:.iat.on-1 and remittances should be addressed to. !

ago he commenced takinamberlalll' twice m the hea11 > then turn deaths from cancer given; in
:\ : does not hive: to build nor repair ( THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : 1 1c
.. o.lic, Cholera and ed the revolver on himself sending a the report of the registra-: genera! m ,

\I hoea 1 Remedy and in a short !I fences. Hesavftit would be irnpos-iple bullet through his brain dying instant show according to a London Dispatch x

toe! was entirelymed.). Many citi! I to force a fence li'IV on the people ly. Miss Wheeler was formerly! [ to The Tribune, that the fatal cases

letls of Enterprise. who know the there under ton's wife but she had obtained a OUI-I are steadily increasing throughout the SUISCRIBE
any manner legislation. .
United Kinedu, not merely in number :
vorce from him a few weeks ago and I !

truthfulof .. had assumed her maiden name. }Ioult : but In foportion to the population !
Oeularccuhoti .
statement. For sale ('CUU":1I1-_
and t u it 40 years this proDOnlon .
:>n is believed to been dement.
-6 ADti' Ionopoly Drug Store niLi IMioiie.Vo. 2. ed through jealousy and despondency. I has peen at le doubled.. I ......0..8..


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SUSPENDED BY KING I I!' .'-'-- _-_

Ruler of Servia Takes Mat- ABE

; ters Into Own Hands.


Declares that Law Pasted by the Legislature
Bodies Were Not Practi _-_--_
cal-Acute State of Affairs In the
Balkans Hastened Action.

, Belgrade Servia. April 8.King ---
JU iaader today executed a coup --
t d'etat He issued two proclamations --l1
la which he decreed a suspension of IIfII
the constitution adopted April 19,
1901, repealing objectionable laws ho ead
I ,
: passed thereunder by the retiring People e
councillors of state dissolving the
\ ; f kupshtina and re-enacting the laws as I :
I I they eristed previous to the constitu. -- .
tion of 1901. The second proclamation '
,, former restores alidity."I this. constitution to its __ I

i "I the first proclamation the king I
; says the senate and the skupsrhtina t

t.E created by proved him under impracticable.!in 1901 the, passed constitution Furthermore laws;granted which V Oar ads and pay attention to them know that it isn't I

the constitution by tending to gain political
F r passions and prejudines injured i,

I r r, "-. and hindered the interests its of development the Fatherland as a an accident that our buisness has grown. They

state and nation
", "Affairs in the Balkans," the king tJ>-- ___

f f I! adds needs would, "are order offer very a unity bright serious and example peace.and Servia of She a IE know that our trade hasn't increased almost daily by 3

i ; peace-loving state and at the same L'tir ......
time always be ready to defend her

t. f I: own necessary the true unity,interests for, the strength should purpose and this of order become restorIng of. g reason of. luck or liking. People don't come here 3g

; f f the country. The king then suspends
I t :. the constitution of 1901 and declares
: f' the mandates of the senators to bet
.. z> null and told, and the proclamation. simply out of friendship. There are three reasons
I t' goes on to announce that the council!
, lore of state are retired and the skupsh. -...

!. t r F r J I.[ tins is dissolved.WILL RACE IN MUD. IE told in three words, why we gain permanent patrons, ,

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i Rain Seriously Interferes with Tennessee

:t' t., Memphis Tenn.,Derby.April 8.-The Ten- IE Quality Courtesy Economy. <& <& 3
r t fiessee derby will be decided over a ,
r ; course deep in mud this afternoon. Atmidnight --e
; r a steady downpour of rain t>l -.
I ,. i set in and at 10 o'clock this morning JI
F. there has been no cessation The -till

r r r field which incudes the public six thoroughbreds is well acquainted about E: BUY GOOD. CLEAN FOOD, This is the most important matter ==
I with one exception. The single one

f .. public that has is T.not H. already Stevens' Treacy performed a son in : in a household and upon it depends the health of the entire family. The

'J. 'j. of brother Wadsworth to Wadsworth and Fonse the and American a full very best, freshest and cleanest groceries can be obtained at our store'
} Derby winner of 190:.
t ,
Treacy has never faced a starter
and today will! witness his first debutat --
.t Of the remaining candidates for the
F I classic, each one has faced defeat during -
.t. .. his brief career as a 3-year-old and WE ARE REASONABLE BUSINESS !(
!* t though Rightful is made a derided favorite I VEN.s
f : in the betting, the race promises ..
j r to produce a notable contest -- ,..f>
t : MISSISSIPPI FALLING. We know that you will not buy groceries of us simply because we o f'
t.. 1 Hollybrook Break Relieves Situation .
: In Lower Valley.

t) j here New continues Orleans stationary April The at -0 3.river At ask it We know that if somebody else offers better service than we -

"; Lake Providence the river gauge _

t t :' '- of of chows'the the a water holly fall of going Brook about through break:2: feet, as there but a result much cow t1ii--E do you will go to them to buy. Our strong plea for your trade is g

will ultimately. return to the Misslssiseippi. E reliability. We refuse let article
The expectation is that the flood flatly to a sinple come into our store
here will have leeeded considerably l
before this water gets to New Or until know it is We to make
leans. Work continues at the Ilxneiia > E we right. expect a profit on what we

crevasse. ......
E selL That is in business. But there -
Special River Bulletin. why we are are different ideas
Washington. April 8.-The weather -tfJI

t I. 'bureau bulletin today: issued the following rive'; about the size of profits, we believe we are satisfied with as narrowmargins 3ill
The flood situation in the lower Mis.
slssippi! remains unchanged with about ---- -
r j. stationary Southward.stages from Vicksburg as anybody else 1 ---

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Birmingham Motner Poisoned Babe. --
Then Suicided. ___ IIE
Birmingham, Ala., April S.-Mrs. Su
tie McMillan, wife of Policeman \. u ROYAL: SCARLET
McMillan gave her months-old babya
large dose of carbolic acid MomU ---
afternoon and then commuted suuuk 4>--' ....
r by shooting herself twice in the breast ,..... e -
She was found lying dead on the
i floor! of her room about 5 o'clock by k Canned Goods ;1
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her husband, who had come home to I Ir ; { ? 1I '
; get supper. The doors were locked I If ....... -
f I and he was forced to break one open. shrsds __
I If I
y l The bady was lying dead on the bed -411
f t with his face terriWy burned by the --
c-: acid.Mrs. McMillan was badly burned by I:;: 38 VarietiesWhen
i fire, which was started by the discharge > I Ito --- --
< I of the revolver. No motive 6'-- -
5 4 --41
can be assigned for the deed. 4I
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t- .
Dr. Gillespie and Party Return from I I -- __

,; New 'Honduras Orleans, April ,8.-Dr. W I I I in town make our office your headquarters ZC :C 2C :C :
Gillespie and the party of Ame:nan I
prospectors from Cleveland and Dubuque I
who were presumably in senou-- : Yours for more business .
trouble in Hondurarelumed last I -- .....

night.They say there were far from civilization .I ABE BROWN & BRO iI
r and the boat which was to have 4 Proprietors
come for them failed to appear, which
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gave rise to the impression that they
were lost and they had no means 01

k time communication.they in distress.caused, they Outside were of not the at anxiety any, " '6"6"" " " " " " " " " " " '

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Given a Royal Welcome and Speaks on

"The Philippines." PROGRESS; 11

Fargo X D.
April 8-Notwithstanding
Going on at yesterday's severe blizzard th" a

weather today was clear and bracing
Tom L. Johnson Won at Cleveland
and the programme for the receptionand ;

THE RACKET COMPANY, was-carried, address out of President according to Roosevelt plswss Monday.MANY I I II f1

The special train arrived here during -

to 18. Greatest Merchanitile Event in of Ocala. the early morning aDd at 8.30: a. CITIES VOTING TODAY.
April 9th History m. the local reception committee waited

on the president and after a brief Intense Interest Centered in Contests I;
and formal reception at the train I j
escorted In Chicago and St. Louis-Many Ladies li
I him in carriages through the

SOCIAL LIFE AT BELLEViEW. flT ORANGE LAKE.'e I A Ward to the Church at C.h business portion of the city. Cast Their Ballots In Kansas.

PENNELL'S ESTATE One of the features was the wel- Jones Carried Toledo. ,

Grove.iJftrly come accorded by the children of the Cincinnati. April 8.While the ag- t
At twelve o'clock last! night Mrs.IL \\ are having come real spring
beloved brelhernand friends i IN BAD CONDITION city several thousand of whom were gregate of pluralities in Ohio cities yesterday i
Eo Abbott, jr., listed away after an weather and .the veg-Ublf growrrsare assembled together The presidentwas showed Republican gains the '
-You may find in these few lines
tlI0t'lt. of two week*, of typhoid fever. looking happy. There are bringst11Dprd escorted to a stand in front of the parties break almost even on the
(which duty has compelled me to Waldorf hotel I, where he addressed an changes of local administrations. The
Sot foiiMdenujc her serious illnt-bs, : from ibis I p lint quite lot of Suicide Theory Rapily Gamin -
wrier) some very plain talk, tut it is immense and enthusiastic crowd on most noted changes were at Columbus ;
hrrdeatheawe HS quite a bliock to beans, but the crop bo Seen considerably I "The Philippines.! Mansfield, Zanesville. Defiance Del-
not intention to wound the ft-eN i
tlil'l'oUrl'vlllaKt', lI.ull Mr. Abbot hastheiinipathyof shortcut-it by ill* iuc -"s
everyone. The body of be past few wrekd.Miss ings of any one, or cast any insinuations II I said: carrying Shelby for the first {

ou the church. I would not for INDEBTEDNESS PLACED AT $200,003 "The best thing that can be done in time-and the other of the cities men. i
; will be bent to !her old borne in Penn- H-,-:.L U'r1, who lit* been etijojingavMi I handling such a problem as that in tloae by distinct majorities. i

ivlvaiiitt.Senator, to her aunt, Mr.-. D 11. aujtl.ingdoa wrong or say a wrong I Penrvell's Attorney Non-Committal, but the Philippines!! so peculiar, so delicate Among the cities changing from Republican i

word ag+iu.t the Church of God or its so difficult and so remote, is to to Democratic mayors were i
William Clark of Connect! Irvine, for -viur time returned
just, Says He Can't Account for Debts
followers.! :My intention Js only, as I put the best man possible in charge Youngstown Springfield, Marion Troy
CU' with hiti wife, daughter, Mrs. to her hove in Bomb:; Carolina last Unless Pennell Spent Money Belong and then give him the heartiest possi- and probably Findlay.
""l' it my du'.) to arouse the people' of
R._liu Pratt, aud Granddaughter, I Saiurcia>. I ing to Others. ble support and the freest possible There are 71 cities and 615 villages
this church and to try if possible to hand This is what has been Cone in Ohio. Of the 60 largest cities heard <
Miw Olive! Pratt, spent several days : Quarterly in ..I ill;: Wm ltd.l here II
get them together again as of old. I Buffalo, April 8.-Wallace Thayer with Governor Taft "There Is not from officially it is noted that the Republicans ;

last Ht-ek at the Seiuiuole, aud left I last: Saturday,! suit Mi:; inlay. I he presiding :- who was Arthur Penrell's friend and ia this nation a higher or finer typeof and the Democrats each car- I
ThU church once held a hippy little
$uulll y for OcaU.. Other guests at : to.t.r) |I'rt'It..J..1 I ->iurtUy and legal adviser in his lifetime, when public servant than Governor Taft ried 30. In the exception of Toledo.

b .1111u( Christian workers, and it can seen today relative to a published He has rendered literally, inestimable Jones, the Independent mayor will
the Jvcieiiole last week were Mes'-rs' Rev. )Ir. Hu sticks Sun "11,".
d.. tL Sillle again if you will try to statement quoting him as saying there service not only to the people of the have very little authority as the Republicans

Coullur and \Vheelt-r of Ocala, and Quite H number of our gang people was no doubt that the story of misappropriations Philippines but also to the people of control all the city government 1

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dooliile, of Short were badly lit.il.-d tlU ill* lit+it of Aprilby do your nuly. was true and that Pen- the United States by what he has done except the office of mayor. f
You all kuov what your duties areas nell's brother, J. Frederick Fennell. in those islands. He has been able
beiuglolit that there would be (
) Couu.
t you have your Bibles before you. had pleaded with him to destroy the to do it because; from the beginning j! Johnson Has Carried Cleveland. !

Hiss Belle rtroble left Sunday fort dog and pony chow at .MclutOib on Read your Bible carefully and trust papers, repudiated much that was he has been given absolute support j i Cleveland, 0., April Complete i

Oiiu *H\ille to attend the State:) Xoi- that afternoon. I pray attributed! to him and made a brief by the war department under secre.I' returns from yesterday's municipal
God's blei-in la your church and I statement which embodied, he said, tary Root With the cessation Johnson .
' wboul. Mrs DauieN: !bad the mUfortuueto elections in this city give ,
'I mat I its people. If you have that brotherlylove i all that he cared to state at the present : ganized resistance, the civil government I Democrat for mayor, a plurality of t

I Ii ur. Wells aud daughter, of Green. have sto'eu from her home la-t Saturday winch all Christian people I time. J\r. Thayer said: assumed its proper position of I 5"S5: Lapp Democrat for president

ticM, )lzal' ., are spt'Uiiiuija few days a beautiful worsted quilt. She I J. Frederick Pennell, brother to A. headship. The army in the Philippines ):t council, has a plurality of 10.453
i shoul h.tve you cannot fail to see R. Pennell came to me last Friday is now one of the Instruments I
Mr. E. A. offers a lib\ -ral reward for in recovery. over Southeimer, the Republican candidate
in town, vhitiug: Polly.
i your own faults. \\uf which we all have I and told me Arthur had left large through which Governor Taft does his The Republicans elected Son-

'., Our "winter people" are rapidly L.\K.sIDE. debts to friends in the east. These admirable work The civil government I theimer for police clerk and three oC I
more or Il'Imd: ) they could be easily ,
11'1&1111'mollg those to go duringthe I debts, he said, were large enough to of which Governor Taft is the the four l school: commissioners. Otherwise t

Tribute of Respect. form-ted if we would onlyjtry.: practically consume all the insurance, head, is supreme, and it will do well the Democrats made a clean f
ck Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
I't are and he advised that as reason why 1 in the future as it has In the past because -
" a
- The subject Ibis sketchYiIlitiii Can we be what God wants us to be eweep. In the new city council the
i Wendell and daughter, to Fort Plain, should turn over to him $25,000:: in insurance it will be backed up in the future Democrats will have 17 and the Republicans \ :
when refuse the fellowship
Bradford Holly, was born loth of Jan. we bitterly it been
which A. R. Pennell left in as had in the past"FIRE
1 N. y. ; r. and Mrs.Willis Austin and I nine members. I
A. D. 183d, iu South Carolina. His of our neighbors? I trust for me. He satd:
F : (moil, Byron and Itobert, for Danbury, i will be DESTROYS i
I' If "Unless you do this there ENTIRE TOWN.
father William Hoilj" u.oveii to we indulge in uiahce how can Much Interest In Chicago Election.
t Conn. ; Mr. and Mrs. Chad. French, !" practically nothing left for me." Chicago April 8.-Election day t
Kneel before the altar and eat and I
Florid! while his sou, ro'idford11" we Then Mr. Thayer made this statement Business Section of Kennedy, Ala., I
i and daughter, Miss May, for I'.ridge- dawned clear and cool and there is
young! aud lucatetl in Manou county drink it remembrance Jesus who I II I : Wiped Out by flames every indication that a heavy early f
; part Conu. ; and Mr. and Miss Hake, "I drew the inference from J, F. Columbus Miss.. April 8.Almost
, where William B. to man! I died for as? Can we do this when vote will be polled. The nomination I
\YuIlingforil, Cuun. grew up Pennell's statements that his brother the whole town of Kennedy, Ala. a of Harrison was conceded to be thelot1ca.l
hood. When I the civil way don in our hearts hidden station the
\\drtMUieon of on Southern 30
must have made misappropriations east
Everett, the)'ear -old l baby of Mrs.: Democratic candidate long before
; he offered his services early in the that (baileehlch we hold againstour money. There is a vast amount of of here, was burned this morning at the primaries !and the lively contest .
gunner Viuinif, way badly cut on the 6 o'clock.
debts against the estate, some $200- i
struggle enlisting in the 4th regimentof brother? between Stewart and Harlan for i
face l last: Friday by falling from the 000, and I cant see how he could have From the long distance telephone It I the Republican nomination aroused
Florida voluutt>t'rl9.nrlservillg until Have you ever thought of the invitation unless he is learned! that the
got into debt to that amount following business
porch at hi* grandfather's, D. II.: unusual interest In today's
the close of the war. Ha win seriously l extended to those who will spent money belonging to others." houses were entirely destroyed: I and will result in a very large vote.

Strob-!, where he was visitiug. The partake nf the sacrament If Thomas Penney, who has !been act Propst & Sandefs general merchandise -
wounded and never fully rendered you
wound was dressed hy Dr. Abshire.:: ing as attorney for Pennell's estate, ; Plott & Long, general merchan- '
from the ellectji of While in have, how then can you Ipartake! and dise Dr. Much Interest at St. Louis.
JOSH.GAITERVILLE. : same. when seen today was unwilling to disclose ; Kennedy's drug store, hotel St. Louis, April 8.Owing to the recent 1

Atlanta, ia., under treatment fur his refuse the fellowship of your neighbors I anything regarding Pennell'smoney postoffice and Dr. Collier's drug store. boodle conviction more than ordinary I
transactions. When asked Several other stores and residenceswere
wound in ISs7 he became acquainted who are no doubt just (lid toodChristians : interest is shown in the elect t
whether the statement regarding his damaged. The origin of the fire of the ,
tioa today for membership city
with Miss BettieD.wurisof Franklin, :: as you are,0aud I>possibly relations with Burdick, which Pennell is unknown. The estimated loss to
council and house of delegates and
The farmers of this! section think Ha., who was a patient of Dr.l' tboun little hotter, bacva: they* refuse to is said to have written out just priorto property stocks of goods, etc, will members of the board of education !
I would be made at reach fully 40000.
his death. public
the oat. crop will fall short owing to and was treated:: for loss of sight who I take svratnent, feeling themselves A bright clear day promises :
the inquest; Mr. Penney said he knew Kennedy Is a thriving town of about out fuller vote than is
to bring a
recent heavy rams. succeeded (in restoring the same. unworthy, as they Know that they nothing of any such statement. 1.OOfl inhabitants anS< Is the supply usually cast at off.year city electionsIn

The cool nights during the pact two An engagement followed! and on the could w.t "rUe;; and go iu peace" owing point for a large section of west Ala St. Louis. There are two ticketsIn
weeks have done considerable damage !udof March A. I). li>V>, they were to the malice held out to them by All the merchants buy from the the field"Golden. _

to eropH, corn especially.Mr. mirned at Hirpergville, Ala. Their the actions their'ueighbors? Automobile Broke and Placed Three wholesale merchants here and with Rule" Jones Re-elected.

Whittoti made a business Take look Lives In Danger. Kennedy out of the market Columbuswill Toledo 0., April 8.-r-Mayor Samuel
I O. M. : union way dieted with a son, Preston good at yourselves: myCnristiitii .
Manhassett Long Island, April 8.- be their supply point at present U. Jones was re-elected today for the
trip to Early Bird the past week Holly, now in school at 8t. Au u>- j friends, and if you are not Dr Charles :'01. Xeisley, a prominent fourth term by a plurality of about

and on his return was accow puuied' ', tine, Fla. Mr. Holly profiled faith in fellowship with jour neighbors I physician of this village, with his two CUT TO PIECES IN WAGON. 2.800 over John W. Dowd. Republican,

by Mr.I Joe Williams! of that place. lu Jesus Christ early in life and! was a advise you before you partake sons Charles 9 years old, and Paul 7 and Charles EJson, Democrat Police t
years old has had a narrow escape Carolina Man Stabbed by a Negro He Judge<< Wachenhelmer, Democrat, was
The first quarterly meeting of this Uteut and useful member of the of the s-icraraent again Ito
cou pray from being: killed in an automobile accident Was Giving a Ride. re-elected by a majority of 200 The

year was held at Cedar On011 I last", Missionary I aplUl church for many God's:: forgiveness; JJ pray forjjyour As it was, Dr. Neisley had his Greenville, S. C., April 8.-While returning remainder of the Republican ticket

and TLurlldll11 right arm fractured and his two boys Saturday night to hIs home 10 was elected by majorities ranging: from
Wednesday }'elirs. At the time of his death, neighbors that you may regain their
were badly cut. miles south of Greenville, W. J. Ellis, 400 to 4,000
present spent a most enjoyable time. which took place at his home lIt'aro love, for it you have not love you are While preparing to start don Spin a well known farmer, was seriouslyand I

The feast was tine and the sermon in- rlihalU ville on the 24th of March, A. unworthy to partake of the Lord's ney hill the side bar of the machine probably fatally wounded by Bob Kansans Voting Today.

Wichita, Kans.. April 8.-Fair weather -
snapped. Instandtly the machine dashed Barmore a negro
terentiug. 1). 190J! ) hetat a member of the supper.I '
down the steep incline. It swerved Ellis met the negro in the road and with registration exceeding by !.O@t)
Gaiterville had quite a number of OckUuaha! Uridije I'hurch. After along am sorry that the above seems' to from the road and ran full speed down Invited him to ride. Upon getting into all previous records a full vote will

visitors from Puuuellou Sunday We and painful illness, which be be the case with our church today, I. a low embankment and then turned the wagon Barmore stood up, but be polled. The contest is betweenthe

hope they had a pleasant time. bore with patience lasting two years, h'll'ou, all know that'''what I have upside; down. Ellis insisted that he take a seat :i I Republican organization and Independent ..
headed ex-Mayor
Dr. Neisley was rendered uncon- Without further provocation the ne- ticket, by
Mrs[ J. H. MeCoun and her vharm- called his reward written is for malice dwells in
lie was to leaving true, !scious. His two boys &a'
lug daughters, Miss Dom and ;Myrtle, this world in faith and the assurance the church and is growing stronger their feet stunned, and when unableto ting him. making three wounds on the :I voting in large numbers.

hereSuudav.. i I arouse their father, managed to right arm one in the shoulder and two
visitors he had If this stateof
of :Shady, were that a "house not built with eachday. things continues
I drag themselves into this village fa the breast. I I Republicans Reclaim Columbus.
Mr. W..11. Shatkerford.our popular hands, eternal in the hemeu.s.: He I see HO reason for you asking: I where help was summoned W. G. Frady, who was passing along 1 Columbus O. April Complete returns 1

postmastei, spending a few duys in leaves a wife and son, four brothers (Jod's presence awong you, for he will the road at the time, interfered and show that Robert I!. Jeffrey Republican

JOHN MOST RELEASED. overpowered the for mayor, is elected by 3.0W
soon negro, bringinghim
Ocala.: and three sisters, with many friendsto not take up His abode where malice I
to Greenville, where he was placed majority over Mayor John X Hinkle

Mr. J. H. Brass made a flying tripto mourn his loss. Truly a good wan dwells. Noted Anarchist Publisher Bids Fare in the county Jail. Democrat, who was a candidate for re

Duunellou Saturday carrying with and a useful citizen has been called Now, asking the prayers! of the well to Blac''
of onions whichare but loss is hid eternal and bid New York, April 8,-After servinga Republicans and 5 democrats. George
hjuia few samples away our gain. praying people everywhere,
D Jones Democrat i* elected preatdent -
year's imprisonment less about two HOWARD CASE ON TRIAL. ,
very flue.Wonder Peace to his ashes. A FRIEND ding you again! take heed lest jour months commutation of sentence for _
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who the young men were malice lead you wrong, I am, as be. good behavior on Blackwell's Island Man Once Sentenced to Hang Gets ,1
Cures Whu Doctors fall. : Republicans Carry Michigan.
that made a call Sunday night and I fore, A SiNNEtt. John Most, the anarchist, has been released Show For Hit Life. i I j Detroit Mich.. April 8.-The R&
Mrs Frank ChUvwu, Patterson, I Frankfort, Ky.. April 8-Th defense t .
found they were too late? Sih 1901 "1 had I I In Howard murder ;' publicans of Michigan yesterday electfd
La., writes June : John Most was convicted for the pub. the cue today i I
ticket heade by Judge
their state ,
Rev. H, T. Rape filled Ills regular malaria fever In very bad form, was > Following Mirion's Example I Ucation in his paper, Freheit. on the withdrew its application for a Frank A. Hooker by a majority estimated

appointment Sunday preaching an under treatment by doctors, but as I The board of county commissioners I day President McKinley was shot, 01 change in venue and the c cass WM at midnight at between S5.0W
an article with the caption. "Murdei called for trial. The coannonwith i
soon as I stopped taking their med throughout the
JOE. and 40,000 vote
excellent sermon. UNCLE for Alachua county has been seized I and' Murder" which was held by the answered ready and the defense wu
icine the fever would] return. I useda state excepting where local issue lent
courts to endanger the public peace given until tomorrow morning at 9
sample bottle of Horbiue found it with the good roads mania, and are interest to the fight was light
Thoughtful Man. I In that It was an incitement to murderof o'clock to make answer for its side.
Ind. helped me Then I bought two hot moving in the matter in a manner to ruler This was the decision ol Howard was convicted of the murderof
Winchester ,
M. M. Austin, of "No License" the ISlue.I .
ties, which completly cured me. I bring the best results.At I the court of special sessions before Governor William\ Goebel over three '
of need. 'I Nab April 7.-The wea.lhe
the hour Lincoln .
knew what do In
feel to for affirmed sentenced to be
grateful you furnishing which Most was arraigned and was years ago and hAnged.
the last
of said
meeting board la perfect The largest vote wlW
Hla wife had ouch an unusual case of such a splendid medicine, aud can by the higher courts. He was respited on an appeal and wajgranted

trouble physicianscould honestly recommend it to those buffering Chairman Thomas and Commissioner Upon his release Most went at once a new trial, which it now pending tie cut in the neighborhood where the
stomach and liver I question of "No License" In the liquor
Ramsey were appointed committee to Union Hill, N. J. .
from malaria 's it will surely a
not help her. lie thought of ,, traffic is advocated. Party lines will

and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills cure them." Herbiue. 5oo a bottle at to visit this county, examine its Noted Politician Dead.Amsterdam. I' Hung For Murdering Wives. i I I be disregarded entirely in many; In

the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m machinery and inspect its good roads. N Y_ April 8.-William London, April 8.-Klow showishl, stances.
and she got relief at once and was alias Chapman the Southwark saloonkeeper
P. Behlen, for 21 the
years leading
: gentlemen met at the
finally cured. Only 2 ae, at AntiMonopoly Brave John Morgan. were f Journalist; and Republican politicianof I who murdered by poison three Democrats Carry Hamilton. r
depot Wednesday afternoon by"Com- > I women who lived with him as his 0. 8.- Basel
Mohawk Hamilton April Mayor
the ,
Drug Store and Tidings A Senator Morgan's fight on the Panama valley died suddenly I
missioner Long and were taken out !' today of apoplexy at Albany, where he wives in different; parts of London, *4s and the Democratic city ticket waseleetel
Co. m canal was the remarkable tight ofa in Wandsworth jail He was
hanged of 400
on the Anthony road where the ma- :, was deputy senate clerk. He gradu by an average makingno
Mrs. Kd. Carmichael and son, Wei-! remarkable old man. He had reasons I ated from Yale and was one of thE in a state of complete collapse and material change in the local poUt
ehinery is in operation. Tney save i il founders of the Yale Xews. He was had to be supported by wardens. He cal situation.
ler, have returned from a visit to for every position he took, and protested his innocence to the end, declaring .
the machinery a thorough iuspectiv i i7 years of age.Furniture. Jewelers
Greatly Concerned.
Orlando. They were accompanied to he gave them honestly and courage II I his real came was Chapmanand
and were delighted with thesame. i' American New York, April 8.-New York Jewelers -
I he by birth.
said was an
and his He probably LUOMS more
OcilabyMr. B. Stripling ously. The gentlemen returned home I i I are greatly disturbed over the

interesting family. ;Mr. Stripling about the question of ail isthmian Packers' Strike. i i Member of Parliament Kesigns. news just received from London that

has friends here and at Anthony canal than any other man alive, and j 1 yesterday and will prepare a report i I Chicago, April S.-A thousand turn!- 1 I London, April 8.-William Hayes in addition to the increase of 10 pet '

many which will be submitted to the boardof ture packers in down-town wholesaleand I Fisher, member of parliament, finan tent in: the price of diamonds rece&to
who will be to learn that whether right or wrong in his opj>os- made by the DeDeers
burry county commissioners Aiaebua ': retail estalishments went on strike : cial secretary, announced his resignation Mining cottp

on account of the ill health of Mr. ion to the treaty which was'just ratified today for a nine hour day and $2 70 asa j in the house of commons todayas ny, the British government will .ia all
county at its:: next mt-etmg. j minimum scale The packers submitted t a result of his connection with the probability shortly enact a law *ta.b-
su-ian has ordered a he i> universally respected' both
Stripling his phj j i I demands several weeks ago and [ financial syndicate and of his acceptance lishing! an export tax of 40 to W pw

change of climate and they will hereafter in the senate anti in the country j i th'ula r4.'uhuu..o (Compaii | were offered the nine hour day and a > of a bonus of shares in the con cent upon all diamonds sent fro:

reside at Gainesville, Ga. Louisville Courier Journal. t'hogteo.2.. minimum wage of $:. j( cern. i South Afrutn'W -

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(By Dr. Chan. F. Dsw-o't, Station I ;

Veterinarian of the Florida Agricultural THOUSANDS BEHIND MEET AT SHILO:! ftUSH OVER LEVESS

Exptrimeut Siatiou.j j I

At this season if one exmiiiues the HARDWAREDOORS

backs of cattle a varying number Senator Beveridge IIclc: 1 ,Many Valuable Plantations :

Capitol City Bank of Atlanta I I
bumps the size of a pecan nut may be Principal Address. Covered With Water.

noticed. Those small tumors contain, Hit Hard. BLUE AND CRAY IN HARMONY. I I SASH AND BLINDS, AORICl IATl" R f>': ,\( P Lt

as many know, the warble, grub or FAITH
wolf. They are a source of great Irritation Crete of Flood Hat Reached the Gulf,
L i\&rthern 1 f-orces viitnets. the Cere-
to the animal, mid should be OP.cialg; and Patrons Rush to Bank to andNo Further Breaks Are ;t Present
",Gnu on the Hstarc Ecttlef.elc. WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET GHOVECV\\ .
removed. Prevent Expected Run-Leading Expected-No Damage So Far .
Best of Good Feeing Exists.
The warble, grub or wolf it the larval Financiers: of Atlanta Say Bank Is Shiloh TEnn.. April 6.-The Indiana Reported OILS, VARNISHES ATLANTIC TIVATORS, ALL 1INu

stage of a fly, known the gadfly Condition.G. .
in Splendid monuments on Shiloh battlefield were New Orleans April 6-Advices from

or scientifically a4! Hypoderma Hallman Sims a collector for the dedicated today with interesting cere: Warmouth's Magnolia plantation todayare WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TALL { ,

lineata. When anauiwalis attackedby Capital City Bank. was placed! under monies. Several hundred Indiamans.: to the df<*rt: that the break In the

the fly it shows its fright by bel arrest Saturday charged with embezzling including Governor Durbm and his! levee there has been entirely closed, KINDS OF COOKING SiOVggHEATEM.

oft from the herd a large sum from th beank estimated staff, General Lew Wallace and many but a large force of men contributed
lowing, running by the Grand Isle road and the plant.
at Between $80,000 and J1000.- other prominent citizens of the statewere
with head and neck extended and ers is at work building a new line of ORANin ,
000.Sims present. Addresses were made mud box back of thelevee
with the tail held straight and with was arrested by United States cribbing and a
by United States Senator Beveridge insure against a. frrsh dis -
Instance of Cashier Kontz, of the 00?,
trembling motion. Assistant Secretary of War Sanger, aster. Governor Warmoth said it
instanc eof President Speer.) of the
The fly lays its egg on the back at. Governor Durbin and others. would take at l least a week to complete -
bank, and upon a warrant morn out EVERYTHING LERY IRON
taching it to a hair. The egg hatches before United States Commissioner W. .Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, the this job. The water rapidly; 9THL _,
draining off the Mcgnolia[ pla'..Lton.!
C. Carter. principal speaker :
out, and as one author state, the em- Sacking began in earnest at the Hy- N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, ROPES. _
The first suspicion of a shortage ofSims' In the absence of the secretary 01! PULUY,,
bryo i is licked off by the animal and melia plantation today. Weak spots
accounts arose Saturday. war, it is my privilege! to recede on be-

swallowed or lodged in the back part soon as the officials> obtained Information half of the United States these monu in the cribbing line have been to hold strengthenedand fast. The MATERIALS, ETC., ETC BLUE FLAME OIL 9TOYI
the promises
of the mouth or gullet. Later the of crookedness In Sims' books the ments which have been erected to perpetrate real test will come when the sackingis .
bank directors were notified. Simsw's
warbles appear under the !skin, thy the heroism of the soldiers of ought; to an advanced:: stage lathe
conference took
called in and the
Indiana. It is that the state of the crib work. LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST
fitting contact portion PRICES
being supposed to have paged! through 1 lace. He wai detained at the bank
I when should make enduring records of the The pressure on the wings is being
until 11 o'clock
the surface. After the Friday night,
the body to I Cashier Anton Kontz left the bank !In part a'hirA her sons took in the battle, rapidly removed, but in the center Hubbard & Macduff4tOcala.. Fla.

warble has located its-elf, it bore a where thej join the current will in-
a cab and went to the home of MarkII. and of the courage and devotion with
hole skin and remains crease in force when the opening is __ ,_
through the Scott. \o. 51 West Cain street.He which they poured out their life's n u
narrowed, and until this portion of the
Mr. Scott to the bank
there in a sac until it readier a cer- brought blood. The older men here will remember sacked
and placed Sims in his charge as a work is completely some ap
tain sue. It then squeezes throughthe the enthusiasm with which prehension will continue to be felt.
prisoner. They were at once directed
hole falls to the ground, bunts to go to the Piedmont hotel. Indiana responded to the call of President The river here today registered 20.2 FERN HILL RYE !

itself changes to the stage, and Sims is reported to have been en- Lincoln for volunteers and the feet a fall of .1 foot since last night.
paged to a popular young society wo student knows the history of its sol For a week the stream in front of the
j later becomes a tly like its progenitor. city has been oscillating than 20.1 and
man. He gave numerous theater parties diets ;is the armies of Grant and Bu-

i i '., ) \ .-This consists only in and dinners and entertained his ell; and with the fighting forces at :20.3! feet. '8
friends rojally He occupied a box H. ROSENTHAL l& SONS, Distillers, CieU*aU 3
removing the warble when it appears.I Bowling Green at Mill Springs and all ,
at the theater Wednesday night and TILLMAN TO BE TRIED.
the through this region in the operations
prefer doing this by nicking witnessed the Rogers Bros.: performance.
leading to the occupation of Cor
ed;e of the opening and by gentle up Date Set When Ex-Lieutenant Cover
inth. We cannot think of the
It is said the money is all missing state nor Will Face Jury.
around the base of the tumor
pressure and that Sims has spent the entire and the soj ers without rememberingthe Augusta. Ga., April 6.-A special to

with the ends of the fingers and amount in fast Ibing.At splendid work of Governor Oliver The Herald from Columbia S. C.,
P. Morton whose patriotic and effective This is the Wiskeyjyou: hear people talking abel ll -
thumb, thin forcing the warble out 10 o'clock tills morning accounts says: '
had been closed at the Capital City labor has left a legacy on the battlefields At the opening session of the regular when they say "That Good 'Vhke,." ft hw
into the palm of the hand. Frequeutly
National bank aggregating $368 while and think of the suffering of term of the criminal court in this held its place at the head of the column
they be forced out by this the wounded who can forget that he
may ; nearly $150,000 had been received indeposits. city this morning Solicitor Thurmondof
"" means without using the knife. If I I. started on its mission[ of mercy the the Columbia circuit, announcedthat of High Grade Goods for\mafij yearson

It Is the most marvelous tribute ta first steamboat to arrive hereIll years the case of James H. Tillman, what?
the pressure is not properly applied I with ,
the financial standing of a local institution ago surgeons and medical sup! former lieutenant governor of South

the warble slips away under the skin I ever known In the history of plies. Shiloh was not only the first Carolina, charged with the murder of ,

and cannot be removed easily. :::S;ome I I Atlanta. great battle of the war, but it was the killing of X. G. Gonzales. editor of IT'S MERIT .

I When it first became known that G. first battle winch gave to the countrya The State, In this city last January.
persons; inject a few drops of turj'eu- lealizinic! : of the of t
I I H. Sims had mad away with 134.000 sense magnitude would be called on the 13th of this
: tine or kerosene by means of a small | of the funda of the Capital City bank, the struggle. General Grant said month.It .

oil can, stating that the warble will I Atlanta wu thunderstruck. This that up to the battle of shiloh, he is stated that no change of venue STRAUSS & CO.

1 : news came after banking hours on SatWday. with thousands of other citizens believed has been asked by Tillman, who, it is ,
crawl out in a day or two. I have
that thear end suddenly
r and h was feared" that a terttflo understood is anxious for trial.

! f.' known cows to return to their feed run would be made on the bank j if a decisive victory could be Great interest has been manifested Distributors.Ocala .
I I gained but after the he
r; the next day after the warbles wrre 'thin. morning. fight "gave up In the approaching trial. It is stated
Instead, the money men of Atlanta all idea of saving the union except b}' that three witnesses have been sum.

removed aDd the poBitors of the bank have complete conquest." moned by the defense, while as many Fto*
t. eome forward unhaaftatlngly. and by The confederate assault which was
have been iupoenaed'' by the prosecu
k Robbed The GDM. deposits of thousands of dollars have made largely by entrained soldiers, tion.
'$'( exhibited magnificent confidence i in has been properly called a military
i A startling incident is narrated by I ---
the bank and Its management. masterplec! The heavy l loss on both
f John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows Among the largest depositors of the sides was conclusive evWence of the DEER VISITS CHURCH.Dtihed .

: "I was in an awful douditiou.Mypkiu morning were: courage with which the battla was Then t m"m'"m"l "' ,"'", "'", t + f
Aisles and Died
: almost yellow, eyes sunken Frank toman, $50.000; Hoke Smith fought. The union I looses were 20 Through r ItTI1I"tII"IIm.I1I' {

tongue coated, pain continually i in !$25,000; J. J. &; J, E. Maddox, $12.ftO<>: per cent and the confederate: losses From Exhaustion. .r ,

4 back and sides, no appetite, growing Harry Schl sln *r, $i,800; S. H. Phe- 26 per cent. These figures speak volumes Natchez, Miss, April 6.-The members

a, weaker day by day. Three physicians i. lan >$6.000 for the! character of the men on of St. Mary's congregation had a WEEKLY I
.- To theM must be added" very many both sides of the great battle which most peculiar experience at High I I
had given me up. Then I was advised mass yesterday when a large fine doe I II
more, the details! of which could notbe w&s fought here and assures us of f
to use Electric Bitters; to my ascertained because the lecelvi.ngtellel'tl what we all! realize-the the Americansoldier ran down Union street into the iron
great joy, the first bottle made a decided fence about the Cathedral severely
could not stop to mention them never knows when he is beaten
improvement. I continuedtheir -and makes us confident that in injuring itself. The doe then ran in
The bank opened at 8 o'clock, and any \
< use for threw weeks, and am now with the opened doors there came a emergency, the will bear themselves to the Cathedral and up and down the BANNER'S !i

t .. a well man. I know they robbed the crowd. as soldiers should Thlme does not t aisles! among the members of the con

J' ; grave of another victim." So one They pushed and elbowed their way permit! me to refer to the names ot 1 gregation. It finally made its way

;:. should full. to try tbetu. Ouly 50 cents Into the bank, struggling to obtain Indiana's heroes who died here, or ol out running at high speed, and when

f and guaranteed at places not at the paying teller's window those who blvd to bear with modesty two blocks from the Cathedral fell to
btore but at the window of the receiving through later years laurels which they the ground and died in a few minutes CLUBBINGE
and Tjding &Co. drug teller. won on this battlefield.The The doe had been driven from the I I
g6 .. m The crowds increased momentarily federal government in accepting Louisiana parishes by high water,

f'- FlorUi'i Cat Fish Every now and then some frightened these monuments, becomes charged swam the river, climbed the bill at the
f pale-faced depositor would rush in the with the duty of guarding them, and river front and raced through thi

} may not be generally known butit door gasp at the waiting crowds and I keeping fresh in the memory of the meets to the cathedral. r LIST.

} way be stated as a fact that the catfish I squeeze himself past the long line of people a record of the deeds whichthey Workingmen Proclaim Strike. ;
osltors! ( to find the paying! teller's! commemorate. In Treating and est
I Amsterdam.! April 6.-At midnight a
industry of Florida is
: a umiug window ignored by the thNn a. keeping' these national parks, the cou a'meeting of the workmen's committee! -r

: proportions almost as big as the More than $500.000 in bills cold: and try Is not merely perpetuating tat I. proclaimed ft general strike through ---

!s :. l salmon industry of Alaska. Along the silver' lay piled up on the long coon fame of brave men. it la not merely recording 1' put. the entire num her of workmen r

ters In the cage of the paying teller with land marks of granite We have made 3 3can
: ta transportation both land special
t. ". Kissiiurnee river and the lakes for the Capital City bank was ready and bronze the part which the fa! engaged by arrangeMsate> whtreby *tr
And water
'f through which it posies this indu for the run prophesied by the alarm lant soldiers on both sides took in the overdose of Mer}11ne. = offer the following rates to all paid- ....

(t ":; f try is particularly large. It is being ists. awful contests of the civil war it i s Kansas CIty Mo. April 6.H. ,--Ce,rg :: vance subscribers :

"The directors of this bank." saida not only emphasizing the fact that a Guest, & traveling
!, .:, also actively prosecuted along the upper director, "were ready to back !It with united country thinks with pride ol Is supposed. to be in man Chicago whose died home to. H THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville SemiWeekly i -

t- St. John's river, and indeed m $1\4\ OOM and as much more if necessary. the valor of all the horses who foughtin day at the Blossom house, in this city( :: Times-Union
1 ." that great struggle. but it is $150 a year
} 71 of the lakes putting of morphine poisoning. It
many and risers in south is not bUetM -
Florida. Thousands Nobody !semeed to want any money Into his invisible form the convictionof that the drug was taken withsui'idal g THE OCALA BANNER and The CommonerBry-[ '
and thousands: the people that examples of brave
:(: of pounds of this fish are being shipped TEDDY TO BE VICE PRESIDENT and faithful performance of dui In the employ intent.of the Guest Rock was Island formed ?- paper] $1.75; a year

should be ever honored built OUt ] railroad 1' g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Eemi \\' .
\ : to Kausa City upon ,, at Little) Rook Ark ekty !
Chicago ami :
Unique: Anti-Race Suicide Club Organ land. We should never forget; that .: I n Journal
::: other western cities The meat 1:0 ization: In New York. the lessons of war are but imperfectly $1.75 a'ear. :1

{i'.::. very white and delicious and is becoming New York April 6.-An antiracesuicicte ]learned if we think of them as our') Doing a Large | THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice Week New

dub has been formed by students helping us to bear ourselves bravely it E: York World. 51.65
very popular: fish a year. 1
among =
.' 9" .. con of Columbia university, eligibll-! the face of an armed enemy In times
i. : uois"i ur. It i is Mid to bring more it for membership In wtich may be of peace there are battles to bE Business THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly! Co*

:' per |Huud than salmon or even the summed up thus: fought and victories to be won. the ef fc stitution, $1.75 a year.
'. It you are single ou agree to marry feet of which upon the destines of mankind usually: means assuming large
favorite THE OCALA .
:., .. pornpano.Including as soon as your income will a.llowand are as far reaching as the r e rIsks-too large to be a safe BANNER and Lippiacott's Maga

cat fish, mullet and jour family must not numberl suits of an armed conflct. Honor burden upon an individualestate. 1 zine, $2.75 a year.

;.' turtle, the fish industry of Florida l lets than five; if you are married youagree courage Integrity devotion to princi' r
to stay married even unto the pie and the faithful performance ol I
.,\ ranks almost as large as any of her third or fourth wife, and the same family duty are just as essential to the great Wise business men carry g Cash Must! Accompany all Orders.

other industries and every year is as- requirements prevail ness of a free people as courage and! !special insurance to relieve = -

uming larger and It is said that the son of PresidentPalnaa self-sacriflce are to the success off ? their personal of ....
larger proportions.Spring this | Address
f? w u one of the first members o fighting army. risk. All such will be in : THE OCALA BANNER, Octt, PWfe
the club and that Resident = -- --
Roosevelti The = -
4 principles upon which our gov -
? Ailments. i Ii to be elect d aa totocary. vice president eminent rests do not of themselves Insure i terested in "A Banker'sVill", :: CUT OUT THIS COUPON. FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BANNER"' I

., ?. ,' There is an aching and tired feeling; good government; they werelj containing New the instructions of f :.a1l.. .. Hh': .. H'n'.H. Ui' iH.'Utt1M4.- .... ::
give to the people the power to han a. York Bank President to rte'. .: PfBUSHUR
the liver, bewebs and OCM.* BANNER; : .
become a4s.
For These Who live on Farms. that kind of government which thE his trustees regarding investment

sluggish and inactive, the digestion Dr. Brgin, Puna, Ills writes: "I people desire, and they can make it of his personal estate. :r-: jf* Enclosed: find............_....... .. .Dotltnud. .. i _

impllin'tI, with little or no appetite, as good or bad as they wish. As patriotic A *1,000,000 policy is another insurance = for which send me The Weekly Burner awl the 1, Ae
have 3
used: Bollard's Snow Liniment; Americans we should not be dig of *

no ambition for anything, and a feeling always recommend it to my friends, couraged because there is need in of romance affairs, described special application in "The to Largest men .r* ... ..... ....... ... .......... one year a'I'j jto ''' ,".. .I.bl..n, d. 'r -_
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that the whole .
body and mind as I ain confident there i ii no better many directions! for faithful and effective Annu.il: Premium. :: '" the Banner....... ; J
needs toning The trouble is el.J to.ii.iy fur bull .
up. that made. pampbeu.n
It "
is a dandy for burns. work in improving existing co "1 hIs. ")miany rants == 0 r 3iie
i4 during winter, there has been an accumulation Those who live ou farms are especially ditions. Prom the impressive scenes J-int la A.-ets. *r was ...
of waste matter hrs.Amouae Paid Pdiq-holden! == .
in the
liable to many accidental cuts, we can draw inspiration and help for FirstIn Age. .
A system.: Herbine! will remove I it, burns and bruises, which heal rapid the better performance of the duties THE MUTUAL: LIFE INSURANCS =-= P. 0 _....... .. .. .

secure to the secretions a right exi t. ly when Brllard's Snow Liniment i is which crowd us as American citizens COMPANY OF NEW YORK =_= -* Slate Z
and by ili. tonic eflect, fully The memory of these iil"-
restore applied. It should always be kept I in soldiers will JUCHAKD A. UcCvur,Fttiidui. #
the wasted tissues: and give strength the house for cases of never die. and the men and women i la if Date ... ;'4\), ** .-4...
in place of weakness. 50c emergency. 25c50e years to come will! strive J. H. LIVINGSTON: JR.. Agent, Oca e. Fla! == 4 k
at AntiMonopoly and courageous fllk+ k1 >fFIFk3
$1.00 at the Anti-Monopoly I == ,! tt !tttt#ttttt.tt.t..t..ttt.
Drug :More< ly toward that high ideal which was ::
m Drug Store m I CECIL MILCOX. Agent for the stattof Florida
let bX these men. Jacksonville, Fla. I lUJUJUl1HU, ; llllllllllVIIIIIIIUIIIIUIUIUIuIUtl. luuliui

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