The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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 17, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VIII" '"III"III" 'Ifs"111" "ll I III" "III"III" "Ill"111" "Ill',11111" "111" "1111" "111',llllllllll," "1111" "llil" "lllr Mr. !.. J. Brumby, editor of the I I,I J. J. Gerig and riitfbrd; Anderson! Will Jacob, twice convicted for a I I' The Jack onville Metropolis gays l'' .

-- Fruit Grower and Trucker left, Wednesday went up to Orange Lake Wednesday heinous oflense, was Saturday sentenced tbat Geu. J. J. Finley, of Florida,
-- --- :: for a trip to Jacksonvilleand for a few days' fishing trip. They! by Judge w. S. Bullock to I secured the passage of the law that; I

-- -- Tallahassee.! '' will be the guests of Howard Clark hang as soon as the Governor shall reduced United States letter postage
-- -- and will remain until Saturday.Mr set the day. from three to two crnts.
Hon. C. M f. Brown senator from
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re In the competitive examination at
-- -- this district, announces through the H. L. Erwin, after spending a The board of trade met Tuesdayand

---- r-- Tampa. Tribune tbat be i is a. candidate few day in the city a guest at the Tampa Saturday for cadetship at informally discussed the props
Annapolis there were two o ..rnpetitorg. -
for governor and will remain in Montezuma hotel, returned to her sition of holding the next state fair in
IN A BOX Robert Allen Burford, of this
the fight to a finish.Wedneday home at JacksonvilleVednesday Ocala and strong efforts will be math I
I ---. city, won first: place. .
r in that direction.
Mr. R. B. Clarkson had aftermon.
' If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have j j Mr. Flagler and Mr. Parrott have I II
niceMntmnery. You're in a box if you haven't the:: paper and =: I the: misfortune! to loss his very valuble Miss Allie Mae Keckley, of Atneri- Arkansas Chill Tonic is tho best
is: in a nice box if buy it here.Ve have! style i recently returned from a trip to Cape I
:: paper you many ==: pointer, Fritz. The dog died very chill medicine on the market. Ty.i-
I cus, Ga., who has been in Ocala: for
Sable and it i is current talk that the
:i suddenly apparantly without any intl & Co. have sold during the past
\ POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1I the past week the guest of"apt.. and Florida East Coast railroad will immediately -
I cause. nine months 1488 bottles cf this excellent -
Mrs. Bridges at the DaWeese House be
extended that
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--I -J- i i Little Mii-es Nannie Jennie, Lee was called horn Wednesday on account point. tonic.
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-- aud Margaret Barton returned to of the illness her mother.Mr. Tuesday afternoon the reading s
--- -- Mrs. K. Fitzgerald a daughter of
their home at Dunnellon Tuesday club held l
-- -- j H. Muller of this city, WHS married a very pleasant mtetius;

--- aftrruoou after a week's visit with Godfrey Movers, of Dunnellon, with Mrs. O. S. Scott The prioipal
-- -- recently to P. B. Titus, who i is one of
r relatives here. was a visitor to Ocala Wednesday.
number the
-- -- I the engineers of the Seaboard Air on program was a paper
-r Mrs. Moyers and little son, Ueorg' ,
Miss Lena Bullock. Her (
-- r I Mr. II. A. Ford, president of the Line, with headquarter at Ocala.Ftrnandina .- I by IIDIoj..tI
who have been making their home inOcab "Growth and
-- Oial.H Fair and Racing Course Association cor. to Times-Union. Appreciation' ofNature
for some months past with Mrs.

ullll i III l IIIIlIIIII l !l l III l III l Illlll l l I II'.111 111 IIII llllllllllll' l .! 111 111 III Illy I t left Wednesday for Jackson Moyers': mother, Mrs. Edward Badger, Judge Burubaru, of Waco, Texas and in the Nineteenth excellent Century
vine on huMntss connected with the was a very paper in
will Mr. Moyers at Dunuelloo faa who owns a tine orange grove on
-- ----- -- association.The every detail. It was one of the i heat
short while and they will reside Lake Weir, and has been spendingthe
MOTTO: THIS I'APEK WILL NOT lion. John (;i. Reardon was quite ----- papers read before the club 'llu-
friends of Mrs. F. A. LeSuer there in the future. winter at Candler, parsed through
FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE t.WHo sick Wednesday.Mr. meeting next Tuesday will be with

IIAHM'IIUESLVASII! WITHOUT MERIT .. ------ will regret to learn that she is serious Ocala Tuesday on hid way to Atlanta, Mrs. F. A. Teague.Mr. .

REA'IIEn'r1IETilt' OF THE HILL; NOR Rod Layton of Gainesville:, \ ly ill at the home of her mother on Mrs.\ Jean K Austin will be the where he will spend several days before -

WILL IT KH-K TUB MAX WHO ISOOISO in the city. North Main street. She is threatened hostess of a large and elegant: card his return th his Texas home. : T. \Vatkins, the taanllu t

POWS IT.SA2A party next Wednesday afternoon at orange and grape fruit grower IIi r
..__ )[n,. Faso Levy of Gainesville is typhoid fever. Miss Berenice Mark, who has been
Nocatee, Fla., passed through Ocala
-- --- -- her lovely home on Ocklawaha! aven ,

SLISASETH: R_ !.!lS. Local EJltM the guest of Mr?. J. Starr Stern- Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield, of Denver, ue. Mrs. Edward Holder will be the the guest of Miss Annie DeLong for Wednesday afternoon on bhnrllY fro,.. ;

I __ btrger. Colorado, who hive been in O ala for guest of honor at this pretty affair several weeks, returned to Ocala Monday Gainesville to his home. Air. Wat
the winter occupying the Reddingcottage afternoon. She was accompanied i
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Mr.Villiam locker went to Tal- The Indies who have received invitations kins went from Rochelle to DeSot: <>
on South Second street, returned by Miss DeLoog and both of
-- I lahs-see Wednesday on professional are eagerly looking forward to county soon after the big freeze an de rooster for ter crow. home Monday. these young ladies are the guests of
r. D* mm who |*nds on LuiUl'1': d. the pleasure in store for them on this bought one of the largest groves in I
An wake 'iro up arly in de tuawntn'May Miss Mark's sister :Mrs.: Harry Lap-
I tomeMnie tin' dat de rooster is uo mo', Mr. J. M. Hl\tt'll. after spending a occasion. that section and recently sold a half i I
Mr. Bob Sanders of Dunnellon ham.
dawnin'Georgia ,
'fore de
But uz .tolen interest inlit for a spot cash price of 1
few with his left for
Major. family,
spent1'ednesdsy in Ocala with his: Capt. T. H. Johnson is becomin? an Another attempt was made Thurs- $40,000./ He intends to visit Cuba
Weir Park afternoon. He
. ill. sister! Mrs. R. G. Blake.Mr. Monday enthusiast; if orange culture as well day night to wreck the big dam at
Mr.I VV. O. Massey iHIUitl' next week on a prospecting tour and!
h __. _.. _.____ is now carrying on a mercantile buM i.
1 I as watermelon growing. He has pur- Tampa. Dynamite! was used, and
: make some invettmenta there.
J. M. Jolly and Mr. A. L. Glass may
Dr. S. H. Blitch was i in the ('ityIou ness at that place and is said to be
chased his third grove near Lakelaud the damages amounted to several
At'antic! Coast Line oflkiai., were in doing well. Mis. George M. Mania returned
day. and went down Saturday to inspect hundred dollars. This is the dam
Ocala Wednesday. Monday afternoon from Citra, where 1 1
Mr. W. M. Dale is III Jacksonville Rev S.V. Walker, president of bis growing trees and estimate the that was totally destroyed by dynamiters .
she attended the annual conference
on tu..iuf, Mr. aud Mrs. It. 0. Blake and little Sutherland Institute, passed" through number of boxes be will ship the four years ago.
of the Woman's Foreign Missionary
Robert, went down to Dunuellon Ocala Tuesday from Tennessee where I I coming season. If he continues to
It'.r"". Clifton and Jack Camp are Mrs. William Shoemaker:; of Co- Society. She reports that the meeting I
Wednesday tofrpend a few days withrelatives. be has been on a ten day's visit. He buy up and reclaim groves he will erelong
1 at the Oi-aU Hou-e. I I lumbus, Ohio, after a short visit in was sell attended and was a
reports the college at Sutherland in a be known as" the orange king of
14 ----- this city with her brother, Dr. W. H splendid one in every respect. At the f.
,r Wl"r.. r..tlolt'arn that Mr. P. 11.P flourishing! condition. j I l South FlorIda..
Butler who has been
visitingher Powers, returned to Jacksonville Sunday closing service Sunday night Dr. T.
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Dukes U veiy ill. sisters, Mrs. Fox and MUsMallieButler i to complete her visit. with her W. Moore, who is now the Methodist

!Ir. S. C. Collins left over the A. C. Wednesday for St. Peters- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pow- pastor at Citra, and hU wife, were

L. Monday for 1'alatJia. burg. ers. made life members of the society,

Mrs Annie Mroud returned Sunday Miss Brandon, of Brandon, Fla., which is a great honor and is richly
Seal 1 of Mclntosb, wasa NOWONEX1BIT1ON
Mr. John
her home Dr. and Mrs. Moon.
to at Anthony after a short a' who hislIeen attending the Woman's deserved by

visitor to 0\1\111. Tuesday.: visititu Jar brother Mr. Charles! R.
i Foreign Missionary! Society at Curs
Rev. J. C. Porter turned Monday
Mr. Dale returned Tuesday from a. Tydiugs. w as in Ocala: Saturday for a short
from DeLand and he says that everything -
: hort'i1it his brother in Atlanta.Mr. Mr. Charles R. Tydmgs now ride wuile. She left at 3 o'clock for Crystal .
at the university is quietn
rr brhiiid the fastest troiter iu the city, River, where she goes to visit her
! J. It. Bbcki lon went up to itself. That there is no disturbs r
having recently purchased Mr. T. C.Hall's cou"inIi..s: Euuke: Williams.
: 1 of hell Tue.-e day on Imineis.Mrs. in the institution aud its iumatee are
Mrs. A. Morrison, of Island Grove, unconscious of the storm that to racing :

C. C. Todd weut to Duunellou A of adorns the without lIe that the iUfot.-
new coal paint now who has been visiting her daughter, says

Tuesday afternoon for 11. few dajs.Oiauge front of me Hood building in which Mis. W. C. Barnes, for several weeks tution was never in a more prosperous

experts e>tiiaate the coming Tj dings, & Company's drugstore is: past, returned to her home Saturday. and by actual count has eightem

located. SIre Morrison more sludeuts enrolled this year th.m
was by
million: accompanied
orange crow at t\\n and a half

boxes :\It'!>sr Howard Clark and Arthur Mrs. Barnes and little son, Harold it had at this lime last year. H. w\ -

Clark let! Tuesday for Orange Lake who will spend several weeks for the thai itsfriends, are rallying to it *",1 l
Mr. S. P. of the Atlantic
benefit of their health. are determined that it shall defeat the
where they will spend' a month or rn
'Coast Line, was t\ visitor to Ocala A M. FISIEL'SThe enemies to it.
six weeks camping: 1 efforts of its destroy
Tuesday.Mr. Hon. II. A. Burford: and son, K. A. --
The most popular books now '>n
Judge W. S. Bullock and Mr. N. M. Burford, jr., returned from Tampa
Rtt'lhelJewt'tt went te Puii- sale are "Lady Hose's Daughter" by
\llrt'llea on the A. C. L. afternoon Sunday. They wtre accompanied by
nellou Monday afternoon for a brief Mjrs. Humphrey Ward; "Lotey
tram Monday for Palatka, on pro- Mr. Peek, of Oldtown, who spent Sunday
business visit.Mr Mary," by Alice Megan Rice; "The
ft'.Iioll Lu"II1 Bi. with them. Mr. Peek took the
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Star Dreamer," by Alice and EftrWi
i .T. B. Snyder has beautified his examination for Wtst POInt while
Mrs.:. W. Krajbill, who baa been Most Beautiful Castle: ; "The Virginian," by Owwi
i pretty cottage oiiOckUvtaha avenue Mr. Burford,jr., took the examination
spending the past four weeks in Ocala Wister; "A Virginia Girl in the CM I
with a coat of IlIl. ut. for Annapolis. Both stood the highest

__ h_ with Mrs.! liraytill: returned to her examinations as we have already War"' ," by :Myrta Lockett Avary; "Tb

(Veil's Corn Salve cures jour corns Chicago home Tuesday. stated in our columns.A Pit," by Frank< Norris; "Tito by

without waking them sore. Ask foritatTydiugs& -- -- -- .. --- William Henry Carson ; "The Circle'

Co. .. Dr.:Charles F. Dawaon, the veterinary Summer Dress Goods. disordered stomach may cause to by Catharine Cecile Thurstoo; "Tbt

_It surgeon of the Florida Agricul- I end of trouble. When the stomach Substitute," by Will N. Uarbea ,
Mr. Waruock, the popular clerk of
tural College was a prominent visitorto
fails to perform its func'ions the "The Conjuror's house," by Stewart
the circuit court of Citru"couut)', \\as'bitor Ol'ahthit week.
bowels become deranged, the liver Eward White; "The Blue Goose," by
a\ to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. .
.- -- Grover Cleveland McClure put up a l'1 and kidneys congested, causing! numerous F. L. Nas-on ; "The Traitors" by

Edward diseases, the most fatal of and Learn ''
Holder returned Sunday good fight for page in the house ofrepresentatives Oppeuheim; "Leaves ,

from a two weeks: visit to his at Tallahassee and which are painless and therefore the by Edward W. Townsend and Hrlm.

brother at Cincinnati. was defeated only by one vote. jISHEL'S! [ Embroidered) Laces f,1HOES| [ more to be dreaded. The important Kellar'a: : "Autobiography."

I thing is:: to restore: the stomach and

Miss Ethel Carrington left Monday Miss Lucy Robertson, of Elizabeth- INE[ Ladies Ready Made Shirts % H [ES liver to a healthy condition, and for Rev. J. A. Hendry, p&K>r of fee

forDuunellon, where she will spend Methodist Episcopal; ehurcfi, South, el
1after: with
town, a ten days visit this no better preparationcan
I purpose
several weeks with relatives. Mrs. William Hocker in this city, I OTWUR and Shirt) Waists. LIHOES.We [ .. be ustd than Chamberlain's of this city, expects to begin a rMk-t
the fourth SlIa-
of revival services on
Mr. 11. L. Martin with Mr. J. T. returned home YonJay afternoon. i iI Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
I in this month. MtaTtofctr
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Lancaster, is in DtSoto county engineering I I by the Anti-Monopoly: Drug Store. m
Mrs James Pittmau and
I baby, a noted and successful female evangelist -

:r a big laud deal. of Jacksonville, arrived in Ocala Atlanta has promWti to tie :.
1 Mr. \. Barco, Crystal River's popu- of ,

Mr. Chester Finch came down Tuesday:: afternoon and are the guestsof lar citizen, was in Ocala. Tuesday, aud I here on thia interesthgoecasion. Mt.I !

Tuesday afternoon for a few day:,' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pittmau.Dr. reports nothing but good things for I, Hendry requests' all parties who
Invite You
visit to his mother aud sisters I his section. The U. S. government I have copies of the Young People
W. C. Lindsay left on the A. C.
dredge will soon! be placed at work Hymnal No. 1 to turn them over to
Mr. E. E. Voyle, of Gainesville, L. railway Tuesday for Lake City to iill1 To Come I
He wants to know
and a schooner is; being built to run j, him at once.
t who has been in Ocala on professional attend a session of the Presbytery I I
5 direct to Ne# Orleans, and in a little whether not there are enough of F
business, returned home Tuesday. which is being held in that city today.I 6
r _- -- ._ I 1 while Ocala and other neighboring these hymnals for use in these tut

I Mr. P. E. Chazal, a noted chemist Hon. R A. Burford left Tuesday for towns will be shipping iu bay, gram ings and if not be will **'*4 j

- of Charleston, S.; C., is In the city on Jacksonville, Tallahassee and other I lvii FJSIIEL1 and flour from the west via Crystal |I, for a supply. So send In jour books

a visit to his brother, Mr. L. It.Chazal. West Florida points on professional I. River. The future of our neighboring I I at once so be can take an Inventory

l. business and vill be gone several days. city is exceedingly bright. J Jz 1 i of same.


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Doings in the Legislature.Mr. Organization: of the Third House. Our Government Building. ==

1 I Sidney I. Witiles and Mrs. L.O. The "third house" was organizedfor A !special meeting of the board of r lj ;;; + !.

business Saturday. On account of county commissioners: was held Tuesday L; :
Thrift on all Roads Leading Out Fr.m Beard have petitioned the levis!a- n iJLr ,
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e t Will Soon be Shipping everybody desiring to do the talkingno morning to consider petition f f '; l.! 1.. "-- Tl>
Ocala- enti I ,
for such relief
ture as
they are ,
sell .; -" .... ...."
l, y "speaker"! could be elected. The asking that the board the public I j f .
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Melons. cn
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under the Wailes with "
lied to contract :
following committees were chosen : square to the United States government ? 1/ ... T',. ._ '
Thrift i is seen on a roads that lead /' ::... ( ..
t the state of Florida for cornmiwions Special committee to notify the for the erection thereon of a A't. .... Q {B. lievEs the P&iZ\
k out from Ocitla. Oealii itself!! i is the ,. .,;: I
6 center of great commercial and iu- I due on money paid by the! United house of representatives that the third public building for a postoffice aud ,- ..,1 t J, r"' "'f:::".--- '''' 4'-ols +,'neInf1.- t.1

F Slates to the state of Florida in house is organized and ready for business I United States court room. ', /7.1 : : .! Curs the
: dustrial activity. Its machine MHHS ettle.1 ,'" 't ;. ""; : or wound t
ment of I the Indian war ; Win. Bazzelle (chairman), Mr. R. L. Anderon pre-ented a '- iI', -:'>t"Q. ..: 1'
t saw mills, I packing: house, barrel : .r'v. ... A-, ., like
I seems that under this contract, flags-deu D. Bryan: John G. Spotts- proiKfeitiou on behalf of the I jetitiontrs. "
plant, crate milL, l j.lauiug mills and ?t,4w ;, '
Messrs.! Wailed :and Beard were -to receive ,j-,"i. He said that he had corresponded -
r other industries; inspire the farmer to
I fifteen per cent of the gross :Special couimi tfe to notify the with_ Congressman Sparkmau m
go back home and "make things hum I arac mph
on the farm." amount and this contract: was recognized senate the tbird house is organizedand the subject and that Mr. Sparkman!

oy Governors Drew, Blosham, ready for business, Hayes Lewis believed that if the public square I FIRST AID TO .
On a little run up as far aa Lowell I
Perry, Mitchell and Fleming. The (chairman: ), Henry King, John Luther. could be obtained for the site of the I
It Heals
and Cures the
one is actually surprised to see by opening pores allowing the
I! petition is accompanied by a printed propo-e l public building the ;
signs of development. At Kendrick i appro-I' Camphor and Oils to penetrate to the source ot the :
i eE pamphlet of thirty or more pages setting Committee on appropriating every priation could be increased
the Webbs have shown what close trouble, drawing out all Fever and Inflammation. Does 2
I forth tbe claims of these partiesin thing in eight, Gadsden" D. Bryan the government perhaps would appropriate -
'. attention to the lime business will not Dry and Scab but heals without leaving ugly
t full (chairman) F. McCall[ J. G. Spotts- as much as SldOQO() ( tor the scars
yield. They, known as the Standard: EVEUY llO'l'TLE G 1:_\..1LTUU.. ll
Hon. C. M. Brown, of this district, wood. purchase the same, and would ap \1;1 Druggists. i,c., <. cad)1... D.-
Lime Co, have a tine plant and haveJust
:.. has introduced a bill entitled, 4>an act Committee on pensions, Pat Murphy propriate for the building) ten times
put up a Hue saw mill for making
1 tv authorize the board of commissioners chairman. the amount of the purchase price of
crates and lime{ barrels.: Their sheds
. of state institutions to purchase Committee on claims and-clams::!, the lot, or a sum in the neigbborbooM For stile' by, .lnti-Monopuly| I>riu err
and houses are so neatly! and substantially -
and establish! four penitentiary farms, Hayes Lewis, chairman. of;100O, ) ) $
built that it is seen at a
one in middle Florida, one in West Committee on ways and means to Mr. Anderson dwelt at some length
glance, this is to be one of Marion'spermanent
Florida, one in East Florida and one get possession of the Indian War upon the value to the city and countyof The Ocala Seed Si
industries. Here the ( ) l't
in South Florida, said farms to be Claims fund, A. S. Mann (chairman), such a building and said the county
Chappell's operate a store and farm
equipped with all necessary buildings, G. P. Healy, S. S. Harvey. would lose nothing by making an
that show what young men of push!
tools, machinery and live stock ana Committee on grafts and good effort in this direction, and he be-
may accomplish.The Is the Concern of this
each farm contaid: three thousandacres. things generally, E. J. Triay, chairman lieved that if the plan is pursued with Up-To-Date city and will!
unconquerable E. C. McLeod
." j it b"e, be its in
energy can tWcumplisktd.I glad to serve customers any way. possible
bar! built himself a new kingdom and
The Jacksonville city charter bill Committee ou blighted congressional 1 I Mr. Anderson's remarks were supplemented If don't in line what
we our \\ ant watt
.. is lord of all he surveys at a point carry you ;
has been prepared and will soon en- aspirations: John S. Beard chairman by General Bullock, Mr.
midway! between Martin and Ken. to us for it anyway and we; will get it for you. ::a,
gig the atteutiou of the legislature. Committee on county bonds for Bit ingt'r and others, and the board
drick. He has hU mill, kiln, com matter what it may be.
Senator Stockton, of Duval, has good roads, F. M. t'imoDtoD' chair: decided to bold the matter over until
niissary, dwelling I house, tenement
introduced a bill appropriating $O,- man. the meeting in May.
houses and! firm all well arranged
000 for an exhibit at the :St.: Louis fair. Committee "hot air"J. 51. Barrs,
and "right under his eye." He is Meeting, of the Race Course Asso\
:Senator: Wilson, of Bartow, has chairman.
kept as busy as a bee and has: more ciation.A .
proposed a constitutional amendment Committee on fisheries, J. D. Det-
orders for lumber, rough, dressed and meting of the stockholders* of the
limiting the homestead w Her, chairman.
exemption toIOOO
dried than he can till. ills farm shows Ocala Racing Course and Fair Association ::
? worth of personal property and Committee on free passes and free k? .
that he is not only a mill mau but a was held in the council
;:!50U worth of real estate. lunches, Frank Hough, chairman.
,: farmer, tix>. HU lime business! is to chamber in this city Tuesday aftei ,
Senator )Williams: has introduced Committee on basheriea: and whiskers : -

\ be pushed. with great energy during a bill appropriating 35,000 for ine E. W. Peabody, chairman. noon. ( ) : !{ L \ \\ II L \
Constitution and
1I I the next few: year and in a short bylaws were i presented I \,
purchase: of a site and erection of a Committee on state dispensary, N.
1 time new kilns will be added. by the committee apiute| '>,1 i
gubernatorial: mansion. B. Broward, chairman.Committee .
'I Ray & Clark at Martin now h':1'I: : to draft same and after some di.vu [Braufbof Commercial Bank. JckiuuviHr.:
:Senator MacU'illiams has also introduced for the care of political
operation a new still and are shipping lion were adopted.
a memorial to derelicts, P. A. Holt chairman.
slily y ro in. Tne cabins etc. here congress urging The following officers were elected CAPITAL SoO.OOO(

1 1 the passage of the Browulow bill appropriating Committee on running for office in
l. make the place seem like a new toSt'rfor the next ensuing year :
: 5:10,000.000: for good roads auy old county, Frank Clark, chair I
1 town This firm w ill operate here for President, H. A. Ford; secretary !S Ai-couutaof Firms Corporations aDd Indmdmt'- *. it..t
throughout the man.
t the next seven years after which T. Sistrunk; treasurer, T. T. Muurne.; Prompt Attention to all Bu-int-s EutruttMi! ...- 4r <'ar..
Senator Wilson has introduced Note-Bob McNamee candidate -
I time their lease expires and then it a was a directors, R s. Hall, is A. rttaudlej c Exchange Bought! and Sold
I bill for free school books in the fora place on this committee
counties ,
1 will be that Col. Martin will throw J. L. Boozer, Clarence Camp K. P.Thagard .

of.the state and to provide for but being a member ot the other INTEREST PAID: OX TIME liEl'ttsIT'\ l
open to the trucktrs of Florida the aud George Mackay.The
f payment of same. house he was barred! by the rules.- I
; finest truck lauds and the best locatediu retiring treasurer reported that
Senator: Scott has presented a bill Metropolis.Cures. IV\I\A
the slate. Mtrtmuill be a place something over $4OOO had been collected
prohibiting the sale of cocaine also a
TL : t* of!great importance{ to shippers when l and when the grading: of the
r one providing a tax Mrs. Frank ----- --
on traveling Cbia Patterson -
son, ,
' i i. this i is done. race track was finished SlbUO would
gypsies' in the state. La., writes June 8th 1901 "
1 bad
i also. the : have been This include
At Martin we sw ]grvatfarmofTheEisterlmlJros. paid out.
Senator Crill has introduced a bill malaria fever in bad form A. E.
t very was
Co. This payment for the land, clearing, grading -

. t. U the largest track farm in the world providing for geographical surveyof under treatment by doctors, but as and fencing s.ime., ,

; and we are informed that the present the state of Florida goon as I stopped taking their medicine The purchase of the La CrioU cigar

t. Senator Harris has introduced a bill the fever would] return. I useda
: I yield, while not Iw expected to be so factory which is in contemplation HARDWARE.PEJAJESTSash
I requiring: county judges to charge bottle of Herbine .
ssmple found it
large as iu years past, will be a money foi the state fair exhibit \building was

a yielder. juries before argument of counsel. helped me. Then I bought two bottles left with the president and board of

By Mr. Mason: to appropriate $50UUO which cured
Other sturdy farmers of this sectionare completly me. I directors.
for better and larger buildings for the feel grateful to you for furnishingsuch 4 and f
Messrs.! W. M.( Kuobiock, J. M.Metlert The stockholders meeting then adjourned ,MM Farming
state institute for the deaf and blind a splendid medicine, and can i Doors :
the w.ll known mill and recommend it subject to the call of the j.l'4':1 1f1" Tools. '
J. .. at St. Augustine. honestly to those suffering
manufacturing promoter, and.;s>ucCJssful from malaria, as it will surely president.

!;. farm-r, Fownseud 'lirw., N. By :Mr. Love providing for new cure them." Herbine, Soc a bottle at Married at Tampa.Mr. 6J Ready Mixed $
game, l laws, the appointment of state the Anti '-
: -Monopoly Drug :More m Paints Etc.
Kuobiock, F. M. Town-ieud Col.! J. 51 I. Albert Proctor, of this city -tit'
' and county wardens of fish and :
Martin and J. U.'.bllo)'. Might Add to the Attractions of and Miss Emma Carey were married
By Mr. Loftin providing for the __ __no
Lowell has her mill aud farming tho East Coast. Sunday:; night at the home of the
I of senators by dirt'ct'ote of

; 1 I interest Mr. Metlert owns here the the people.5Ir.11'are. Silver Springs is beyond all comparethe bride in Tamp 038 SOg..GQaGmeo....'"

mill and conducts: a very large farm.W. Mr. and Mrs. Procter
; introduced a memorial most beautiful spot in Florida.All arrived!, in CD OOSmg..oeoo e

t. t M I. :Shockleyandiother) farmersat to congress asking for an appropriation visitors to the state give it this Ocala Monday afternoon and hive: o U.S..eD. 0

Lowell"are a credit to Marion distinction and the Ocklawaha riveris gone to house keeping North Magnolia : CD
jf of IOO,000 to increase the depthof .6).. .
county farming interests.: Truly the strl' 't.
water of St. Andrews bay. a most weird, picturesque and e g .
!Ii :: coming of better times i is foretold by The in of
Doctor Webb meandering stream and for forty happy groom an employe.

f !: the great: progress which may be seen! in effect that introduced the committee a resolution on years has been a favorite resort for the Alliance store and an admirable : MaJdng Advertising I IOne

; f along any road leading from Ocala. tourists.If :young man. HU bride is a charming. o
ff forestry be instructed to report a bill I t

f Our Thanks h Mr. McCraary. to the Mr. Flagler were to build! one of young woipau.
t- prevent destruction of the

f tau Harris has forests: of the state.An his famous hotels at the head of the This paper extends congratulation .y :

t determined to stay at home and edit --_. .--- -- Springs, another at Sunday Bluff and and beat wishes.:: r
the Banner! we my soon see an announcement Important Case Decided by the .tillanotht'r at Palatka and were to .
Young Robbers Arrested.
i 'f to the etftict that work Supreme Court. have a line of gondolas plying between .

hai commenced on that. railroad from them it would be the most Marshal Cleveland and Policeman .

j l Ocala. to the St. Johns, or that he is On Saturday last the supreme: court popular and famous] resort in the Hutson captured three young robbers .. .. drop of water does not make the
) t soon to commence his trip to Tampa handed down its decision per curiam, world. Tuesday, viz: Rufus Dunham, Horace <
.f without filing au opinion, in the case Ranee and Robinson all col- I
J on the rock road with the latest Olds- Such a scheme asj 1 this is entirely George One feather does
1 of Camp: Phosphate Co., plaintiff iu ored. : not make a bird
mobile. If this state had accepted within the range oflV01 'libilitied. .

{ and acted upon just one-tenth the advice error, vs. Franco-American Phosphate Dunham and Ranee entered the .. r One leap will not make a frog .

i Co. and Achilla Laurent, defendants A Thoughtful Man. residence of Mr. J. W. Crosby
that Mr. Harris has given during .. IT IS ALL TM 1; : T.f
J F in error, by which the judgment M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., Sunday night and stole one pair of ..
, the past ten years lit would-be the II
1 of Judge Richard McConathy, knew what to do in the hour o(_need. Smith & Wesson
pants, one pistol, a r.
wealthiest state iu the south\ today.. "
i. as referee, is affirmed. The amount His wife had such an unusual case of buuch of keys, a valuable keystoneand ... .
This is not flattery; its the gospel -- -- II
I involved was about $12,000. The refers stomach and liver trouble, physicianscould twenty-six dollars and fifty cents .
truth.-Gainesville Sun.A Ie
decided the case in 1599 in favor not help her. He thought of in money. The property belonged to :s Ie

Great Sensation of Franco-American Phosphate: Co., and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills Mr. C. D. OhI, who was stopping .

There was a big aeusatiou in Leesville and Mr. L"urt'nt-and the Camp and she got relief at once and was there. And it is I ,
e so
1 { Ind. when W. H. Brown of that most things in lift. Rd .
Phosphate Co. carried it to the finally cured. Only 2ic, at AntiMonopoly y
up Robinson broke into the residenceof
place, who was expected to die, bad S especially is it true that I
*; his life saved: by Dr. King's New Discovery January term 1900<> of the supreme Drug:Store and Tydings & Mrs. Caro :Murrell, on North Second I) one / 'I'Ict

for Consumption. He writes: court on a writ of error. The case Co. m tl'tetIolday night aDd succeeded will not make you a successful adv<.!jtler.i

-ft "I Asthma endured, but insufferable your New agonies Discovery from involved some transactions by the Insurance Promptly Paid.Mr. in making way with some wearing:,: .. Layout a line of publicity and put it ill ?

notorious Carl Thalheim which he .
by Jake Brown received Tuesday apparel. .
gave me immediate relief and soon @
sought to make Laurent responsible from the Supreme Lodge of the I
': theretftereftected a complete cure. I Base Ball, $

1 t m 1 : Similar cures of Consumption, Pneumonia for debts not authorized by him and Knights of Honor a check fur $.,OOO in Tuesday afternoon the Juniors and I

) : Bronchitis and. rip are numerous. for-hortage in phosphate rock shipped favor of Mr. John F. Crawford: ou the the Jim Taylor base ball teams played I( : THE OCALA BANNER :
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It's the peerless remedy for
; to Tbalheirn.
policy of his brother the late
r 5' all throat lAud lung troubles. Price match game on the South 'I I hird
Mr. O. T. Green and Mr. R. L. D. Crawford. : Tha.tVill Pa.y '( : "
g 50o!, and $1.00. Guaranteed by the street diamond. John Pelot is cap-

1 Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Tyd- Anderson were attorneys for Camp The K. of H. i h one of the oldest tain of the Juniors. Only five inningswere 9 .

<4. ings & Co. druggists. Taial bottles Phosphate Co. and Mr. John G. Rear- fraternal orders and is on a sound played and the following was G .... :

free. m dou for 1 FrancoAmerican
c w& attorney financial basis. Though over thirty the score: ........

Ocala Greeuhouae Cumpauie )'. Phosphate Co. and Achilla years old it pays its death claims Juniors 800 1-13 ............ J
riioue X o. 2. *K23._.f.fe _=:::: Laurent.
promptly. Jim Taylor's 000 t-0 ........................

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0N ELflBORflTE( RECEPTION Hon. Raymond B. Bullock i I Jewish Passover. !; Lost-Reward. Notice j

THE OLD RELIABLE The reputation that! Mr. Bullock is I I For the first time in many years I Several thousand dollars I
invested Is hereby given that the annual) meeting I
making as a member of the Florida the Jewish FeAst of the Passover and I
in Honor of Dr. and Mrs. William C. (and lost) in )lands io Marion county '
ft legislature is extremely gratifying to Easter fall on the same day. I IL iI without having first obtained or stockholders of The Ort ai

Lindsay his friend !I The Feast of the Pass>ver is one of I abstract of title from the Marion an i I Fair AI6O'iationilI he held on Ti.> -

The j the 14th of 19>.i;. i ij
elegant home of Mr. and the day, day April 11 f
Xo young member has! entered @OI most: important days in the Hebrew County Abstract
Mrs. Robert L. Anderson was the i I religious calendar.The I Company. For reward j o'clock. A. M. at the Court H"u-r ::
quickly upon a career of usefulness
see another column. j
scene of a very brilliant reception Passover i the City of Ocala, Marion C"ui.t\::
in short time has or Fesaeh began at
..it or so a won more i I. N. EXPERIENCE i
\.v Friday eight which was given by the honors. sunset Saturday! and continues for -- I 1. Florida, for the purpose of el --t.r .ii
"No state the Union has ht'ttt'rI
: r ladies of the Presbyterian church !!' a I i Board of Directors and for the triraction ,
Mr. Buliork made the speech nomi seven days. During this period only financial standing;:? than Florida."_ ;I
\ \_- complimentary to Dr. William C. \' i of such other business a* iii.
nating lIon. Cromwell Gibbous for unleavened bread is eaten by those Governor Jennings. j: i
DNS r properly come before the meets ug. :
Lindsay the .
new Presbyterian .
observe this feast.
of the House of
Speaker Representatives An agricultural bank has been !!
established W. W. CLVATT, H. A. FORD,
G and his charming wife. and those who heard it say! it Passover is the first and greatest of I in Egypt. ; Secretary. President. ;

brs!; I The entire lower floor was thrown was a captivating addma. It was i the three annual feasts instituted by I ____ t1
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J together aud was turned over to the neither overdrawn nor underdrawn. Moses and is celebrated on the anniversary i 'f
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'!s I gut-sU. Quantities! of exquisite roses: i It struck a happy medium and won. of the exodus from Egypt- I -
PO74k : : ;* 31 R were placed: all over the house and for him euconiums as a pleasing that \is, on the Hth day of SiS D, otherwise -; 0 ,

AbsolutcluPure.THERE their fragrance and beauty added orator. called Abib, the period of the i ifirst i ii i

greatly to the already attractive Mr. Bullock wu offered the chairmanship full moon in the spring. In commemoration !'! ,,1' i I Il
rooms The house was brilliantly illuminated of the judiciary committee, of the incidents: connected

and this together witn the next to the speakership, the highest with the great eVt'ntof the libera :
MoTTo : THIS PAPER WILL NuT many handsome men and women honor tnat can b> conferred upon a tion of the Jewish people it was ordained AND SUMMER

FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE MAN: WHO present made a most striking and member. But, as Mr. Bullock had already that unleavened bread only shouldbe I e
HAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERIT beautiful scene. pledged his support for ibis po eaten fora period of seven s.1he I ] .. ,'. i

REACHED THE TOP OF THE HILL; :NOR The guests were met at the door by sitiun to lIon. J. B. C. Koonce, of Paschal meal, as at present celebrated I 1i i-

WILL IT KICK THE )I.WHO GOING Miss Bettie Ray Mclver: and shown up sumter, be promptly declined the among the Jews, has more the character t

DOWN- -- -IT.,-- -, otair1. proffered honor. He, however, will of a hallowed family feast, with I' Dry and Dress Goods I

Mrs. George McKay! Ushered the te made: chairman of the Indian reference, however, to the great national -
S.\U SLIZASZTH: EA22IS.! Local Siitr:
guests into the reception room where War Claims committee, which event. I-; almost complete.
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ABOUT TOWN. they were pre?eutt"lt to Dr. and Mrs. will, largely control the disposition In the Circuit Court. e 8We

HAPPENINGS this fund and as there is a half million '
by MM Mary
Lindsay Appei on. The circuit court Friday was have the latent novelties inWhite

In the receiving pirty besides Dr. dollars to be disposed of by it,
taken with the
up case of M. W. Lutf-
Mr. John Vereen, of Jacksonville, its importance will immediately be
and Mrs. MnJ Mrs. Andersonwere
Lindsay ; man, administrator of the estate. of Dress Goodsthat \
In the
ii city.- Mr. and Mrs. D. e,1V'oafrow recognized.
as M. A. Foulks
vs. The Florida Central j
Mr. Wm. Dehon, of Fellowship, representatives of the Episcopal Mr.Bullockepeaks only when he has & Peninsular Railroad company. could be bought in New York City. It 1

in town Saturday. church, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, fromtheMethodUt something to giy and what! he fays he rendered verdict would take too much space to give you the ;
was Thejury a in favor
8 names of them but are cordially in-
church, Mr. and Mrs. says with directness and U rapidly you
of tho pUintitT in the sum offSOOO.Mr. vited and look"at
to come our stock
friend in time of need i is worth
taking a commanding position in this
Mallory Liddon from the- Christian Herbert L. Anderson representedthe
dozen in time of prosperity.Mrs. .
influential body notwithstanding the
church and Rev. L. B. Warren and
plaintiff while the railroad com.pany' Among: our (flarjje and varied stock of
Mrs. A. E. Geri; from the Baptist fact that it U composed of many representatives Ladies' Dress Goods we will name the following -
!! interests
L. C. Bell,of York, was among were represented: by
church All of the ladies in the receiving who have served several :
the shoppers Ocala Saturday.Mr. Mr. L. N. Green. Thejury was composed -
party were gowned in hite. tcrai Pineapple batiste, col'd . . at lOc. yd.
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This congratulates him and *f Me :::rs. J. J. Tuffs, J. L Linen batiste . . . . .at 12ic. yd. :
On the paper
Wm. Benus has returned froma entertaining committeewere
Smoak, J. I. Whittington, Walter Embroidered lawn, white and col'd 12ic. yd. :

few days' hu.int'1t.'I'isit to Atlanta. Mrs. J. SI.: Renton' Mrs.", R. G. hopes that he will fully measure up NichoIU, J. D. William and W. H. Colored maline . . . at life vd.vd..

Blake, Mrs. Pearl Mason, Mrs. G. S. to the expectations that he has Lace lawn white and col'd . at lc.; : .

j Mr. G. S. Scott returned (Saturday Scott and Mrs. Jean Austin and they aroused and will return home with IVgram. Striped mouseline. . . . at inc. yd. :

! afternoon from a brief visit to Gaines performed their duties most admira honors well earned and worthilyworn. This cage has been before the supreme Mercerized ducks, white. . . at Oc. yd. :

vile : court for several years and was: Imported tissue, cord . , at 2:c. yd. '

I't bly. ----- referred back to the lower court. 'orded zephyrs, col'd . . at ::c. yd.

Cpt. John L. log!.!:!, of Jacksonville A very delightful musical program "It is the little rift within the lute Judge W. S. Bullock will probably Boutt de soire . . . . at 25c. -yd.

was rendered during the evening. which ever widening, makes the Plain silk mouselin. . . . at 2Sc. yd
visitor to Ocala hear the motion fora trial in the
was a prominent Those:: who added to the pleasure of ; music mute." It is just a little rift ce-v Dotted silk mouselin. . . at 50c. yd.
Will Jacobs this Messrs.
Saturday. cat t morning,
the evening iq this lid' were lfo srs, j in the health of a w-omao often, which If you fail to see
I I I Alired&; Da vis his attorneys having White Goods
Mr. M, H. Morrison, represented I gradually takes the spring, from her our
J. J. GeriK, A. 1-;. Oerlg, C. L. Anderson filed said motion yesterday morn you will miss the best

MOM Bluff In the, list of visitors to D. Si AVoodrow l W. M. Dale, step, the light from her eyes, the rose ;I ing. of the season.

Ocala Saturday. Mi:"fMi Johnnie LiuMou, Mary Rear- from her cheek and the music from Our stock of Dress goods has never beenso
Death of Mr. F. V. Baker.
don, Lena Bullock and Mrs Harry! her voice. Perhaps the bugbear large as it is now and it will pay you to
Miss Edith Miller, of Crystal River,
Lapbau, who sang very beautifully. which has frightened the woman Mr. Frank V. Baker, editor of the come and get our prices for comparison.
who has been in the city for several
..,. tI"aiul"t Harris and Mr. Leon from the timely help needed at the Sanford Chronicle, died at his homeat Tome now while our line is complete.In .
days on a visit, returned home !Sat .
Fished rendered Instrumental solos beginning ha been the dreaded questions that place Thursday afternoon, the tires trtlttrnitig.: we can save M'U from

urday. __._ ._ the obnoxious examination! cause of his death being consumption. ;.i tO .JO: I'r c 'tit.
and Mr. A. E. Gerig played several
All foreigners who" conduct mining Mr. Baker from Ken- o e
selections on his cornet. the local treatments, of the home was originally
operations in China: are compelled bylaw The dining room was extremely physician. There is no need for I tucky. He was for a number ofyears THE BOSTON STORE.

to turn into the treasury of the foreman of the Tribune 1
beautiful. The color scheme being thf se. Nor is there need for continued Tampa

country:: -percent--,-of their- profits u lute and green. The Urge dining suffering. Dr. Piere's Favorite composing room, but for some years I

ltzv. w. C. Lindsiy, I). D.. of this room table was beautiful. Draped Prescription can be relied oa by every past has been editor of the Chronicle. !

woman, suffering from what are jailed He was a writer of unusual force and! .. .
city, ha bseu invited to preach the across the table: from corner to corner ,

Baccalaureate sermon at the Gordon were wide bands; of pale green satin "f lu1le troubles," to renew the power. I r 15S'.5".5'.3'S 1-

health and cure the disease. Womenare He leaves a wife to whom the
Military Institute, at Birueaville, ribbon and in the center was vase, .
astonished at the results of the Ocala Banner extends its sympathy.Easter .
(!ia. '1 his is an honor moat worthily of white and green flowers. At each use ,
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bestowed. end of the table was a silver candle- of this medicine. It not only makes! Egg Hunts. I i .., .. >.:.SSSS st-
-- bra with hhades. Mrs. E. L. weak woman "robust and rosy cheeked
green afternoon the children of i
Prof. J. L.11'iley, principal of the
'arney and Mrs. W. V. Newsom had ," but it gives them back the vigor ,
the Presbyterian:: church enjoyed an I
Feaenden Academy ut Martin, was in and vitality of youth.

Ocala Saturday/ and reports the Charge of the dining room. Free. Dr. Here's People's CommonSense Easter eg? hunt at the Mane while I WANTIH3D

As each guest entered this room 100S the children of the Episcopal church
niellon growers in that section well Medical Adviser, pages, is 1

pleased with the outlook for a big pretty little horse! shoes tied with sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent were given a huntat the home of Mr. j

green ribbon were pinned on them by stamps to pay expense of mailing and Mrs. W. L. Jewett. t j
crop. only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo I
Miss May Turuley and Miss Louise Both hunts were largely attended ,
lion. It B. Bullock of Marion( is X. Y. Scrap Iron
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SJcotL Thee signified "good luck"and
and the children at botk places spent i i ,
perhaps the youngest membrr in the Flinch Party.
"goinl luck" certainly attendedthis
j happy afternoon.
Florida Legislature and i is one of the Fridayt Miss Louise Harris en a very j
"' reception from start to finish. fletals Rails
, brightest and moat untiring workers tained a few of her friends very ter-I I] ,
Delicious strawberry ice cream and Major L. T. Izlar has gone to Black-
of that body of Florida statesmen.
Tampa Tribune.Mr. cake were served to the guests: by a formally. The evening was pleasant i ville, rf. C. ou professional business. i --1 ETC. ETC. ETC.

ly spent in playing "flinch", there I i
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E. M. Howard ha just disposedof I being three tables of this entertaining j I ,
charming young ladies. They were f That !i Highest cash price paid for same

the last of his, orange crop from his Misses Hazel 1 Hiller, Frances Anderson game. After the games were concluded ---

Auburudale grove. He Saturday Eugenia Fuller, Mary Reardon, sherbert and cake was served Tired ; iii'
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soil eleven boxes of grapefruit and Florrie 'rook, Violet Harris, Gertrude by the hostess.: I

nine boxes of oranges for an even lYreda, Valeta Potter, Johnnie Li4- Those present were Miss j Ethel I It a Common Spring Trouble. SABEL BROS.

Fretwell Savannah Misses Jessie It's a sign that the blood U deficient : ,
undred dollars in cash :
don: Sue Bareo Annie Davis and I
Mattie Williams. Palmer, Pauline Sullivan, Charlie In vitality, just u pimples and other I Jacksonville. Florida.

Mr. Allen Rogers of Ocala, was before eruptions are sign that the blood ; .
I Jeffords, Allie Van Juhan, Gertie
During the receiving hours from ..
the Board of County Commissioners I Peyser; Messrs.: Bob Adams, of Jacksonville I I it impure. i jIt's P2t.,i :;';< ->>S.5'Si-S''' :..3"" _",: -..s' ....'" S ""..2'5L5! "' "" "" .5b I
eight to ten-thirty o'clock the rooms which the :
Monday endeavoring to persuade I a warning, too, only
Emmett Robinson Bennie
were crowded, about two hundred hazardous fail to heed. --
them that they should buy some road I
PalmerJohn Sullivan
Condon.Harry ,
building machines. However, the being present I I Hood's Sqrsaparilla -
Alfred Beck and Bob Mathews. |
: board decided that for the present This reception: was oLe of the moat:: I and Pills THE NEW: DRUG STORE l .

delightful functions ever given in World Wide Reputation.
I they would get ahng with their -
rt'IOuret'I.-bumterviile Timts.pre.sent O.'ala.I White's Cream Vermifuge has: achieved -! Remove it, give new life, new cour- 1>. H. BRt ) N. M. D. Pr>>priet'r. .
: a world wide reputation as being : age, strength and animation.
Lat night Cr. and Mri.: Lindsay I I II I blood and clear the
the best of all worm destroyers, They cleanse the ,
Mr. W. C. Butler formerly a citi- I
added a great many more friends to and for its tonic influence on weak complexion. : Is now open and ready to save the public with Pure, Frh

. zeu of this city but now of Beaumont, I the large number they have already and unthrifty children, as t Accept no substitute I II Drugsat the corner of South Magnolia street and Ft. King : *

" Texas: was a visit: to Ocala Saturday. neutralizes the of We have a line of HOLIDAY iOOlS, in
made during their short residence in acidity or sourness I "I felt tired all the time ell d cooM not I Ii avenuu pretty
! He has been at Wildwood for sometime the stomach, improves their digestion, '| sleep. After taking Hood'i Sarsapriia StatiunerToilet' Articles, Perfumery. Toys. Etc. which

visiting his father, aud will in a Ocala.A and assimilation of food, strengthens .| a while I could steep well and the tired we invite shoppers' to inspect befortmaking their pun-hafi. '
j feeling/ had gone. This great medicine has I II
; their and restores
few days leave for his Texas home, full line of Whiting's fine stationery I I nervous system I I also cured me of acroTa!*." ),(u. a M. .
them to the health, vigor and
where he, in company with two may be found at Tydings &; Vs I BOOT, GJleal CoaxHood's w
elasticity of spirits natural to child 1 CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIAL
') brothers, is doing a thriving mercantile ,I drug store. All shades and qualities hood. 25c at the AntiMonopolyDrug Sirsaparllla promises to
I l euro and keep the promise. I Iu
business, are included in our stock. Store. m __ 11 r
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Those who heard it say it was the : .
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j finest sermon
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Sermons and Good Music ; -.. e' .." '. -.Jr' f'A
co '1 ( l' Qi Chell I Tonic
to the altar and warmly T ; '-':) ,> "
went :1rO
up y
On this
. Of glory glad was day displayed a brighter scene .1 J -,_J ; .i J !!./
miuNter's hind.
e P.v Cod the eternal Word than when grasped the !
t The universe was made. .: !I". .... .' ...
s tit L In the evening the church was: i.hr., '.:")" SLQ'-J: ,:"\" .... ... _:.r' -s: Average annual sales
< He rises who mankind has bought .
With grttt and pain eitteme packed. # : '
bottles. Does this
'Twas great to speak the world"from naught The preacher's theme was theuUnpir.lona.Lle i over Oas a', :: .. record
'Twas greater still to redeem

Sin" and he handled it I No Cure No
METIiODIST.Sunday ,f m ,rt ( .' Pay. 50c. I

morning the pastor, Ilev.J. with great impressiveness! and power Enclose1 w: : >-.-> 01 GROVE'S. BLACK ROOT LIVER MLLS.!

: and at its conclusion many responded: .. 'e "Y "'
;'h"l::: <''t' :!
Women Need A. Hcndry, preached an able Easter
to his various: propositions: and ten --
sermon from the text: "He is Not ---- --- ----- --- -- lI

j a constant supply of blood-making material Here, for Hei i is Risen, as He Said." members; were added to the church 1IJ{ t'O le$$lonat.
will break down. .\ Mrosrsle With CnelitU.American .
The or(complicated systelus female organism is At this! service the ju..tor announcedthe roll. tourists abroad often comment r G G1S1Hacr&Son H & i
Mrs. A. R. Colborn satis a very I
t' so delicately e adjust as to be t-a-ily following transfers to the church upon the literal translation into T E.BIGGS.

thrown out of babucc.! As a result, Charming manner, "You'll Reap English: of notices in foreign languages.The -
l certificate from Methodist I churches ATTORXEY-AT-LAW.
I by
}health and strength are alllcted by well meant efforts of landlords ami .
divers diseases.: Motherhood, family, t'1..t'hert', viz: E. L. Freyermouth: Whatsoever others to convey In the language of the (Office in Gary-Apiew Black.) 5
e society all levy such drams upon her --- OCALA. FLORIDA..s .
strength that IlII1.t women break under Cotton Plant circuit; Mrs.B. F. \Viud- visitor the luiaumg of the native often
# A Visit to Tallahassee.The laughable( results. -- -- -- -
the nervous tension. The demands ham, rordt-le, Ga. ; W. T. Holland produce aIAS t. SISTRCNK.
upon her nervous strength are much editor of this paper has: just returned A Washington citizen found tub notice C 4ss

greater than similar demands of the and wife, \Vaj nesboro, Ga. pasted in his room In an Alpine aTTORNEV-AT-tAW.
short visit to T1I.Ui'hanee. .
from a
opposite sex. Htuce&Iui must be supplied The pulpit surroundings were very hotel: Room i. Masonic Building. Ocala. FU. 5 >" '
in greater measure with the ele "Misters( the \,Tjbleoja0crs; are +
meut-irou-that gives strength. The beautiful: with Easter flowers and
i imposing earnestly requested m.t to take clothes
Thecapitol building i is now an .
reason women feel' tired and worn out 'DWIN SPEN'=ER.I
evergreens.The!; of the bed to the sun rise for the -
and suffer from headache, pains: in the i looking structure and things .j\.t I
hack and limbs, etc., is because they Epworth League had au Easter olur chauges.-Wssb.ugom Stir ATTORNEY'-AT-LAW,
I 1
have used! up their supply of iron. about the state house hive a changed OCALA 7-8-1* IXORIDA
meeting in the afternoon led by Mrs.J. --
Menstruation trouble is largely caused)
: appearance and the elate offl -ials are
by lack of iron. K. Wilson.
I all benignity and smiles.Thegoternor's U FULLER
The pastor and the congregation :_ f MAN[I'F.\I'T'! f.frsip: "
Dr. Harter'sIron message i is the !iUb-1 DENTIST.h .
i united in the evening with the Baptist
j ject everywhere of favorabl! criticism 1 ( f Mun'oe /&ChambhisBank. Ocala. FU.M Door. Sa..". illicit!.... Mouldlo|
in their revival cervices.PRESBYTERIAN. I
be the finest document Ituihlhu MaterialVin(1OW I.
Tonic and it is said to
J --I I as'
that was ever t issued from the ilurtt
EXPRESS ." <' .
.. supplies this!' element. It enriches the This church was beautifully decorated executive office of this btftt PAEiali. ? !D[ .J .ffi ,,Teapot Grocerv Opp, Uontesuma. I I A S|>.*\.' alt\
blood and restores what strain has with palms, hot plants, ,vines
used up. The reports of all the administrative OCAI.HA. __ I I Purchase our make, winch we

Augusta, Ark., May 10, 1001. roses and.lillw officers are likewise the subject "t $$32 I Guarantee Superior *.t. ant.
1 "After having; sold Dr. Harter's remedies I '
for tbirtyyeare I can cfieerfully recommend A Urge congregation assembled: at favorable criticiin ai.d are full! i. J r "H."SE. Sold South. an4f Th rvb '

them. 1 might add that 1 the morning service and the pastor, : i Kln ll 1"llt"" '
hoMmspepiilf.iTorDr.llarter' : copious and complete-giving au exhaustive DENTOCA1.A.
HD. Iron Ionic, and would 6Qi Ff 1. Office Wad WarercMMM, fa
I BeW.. C. l ..
Lindsey, preached an excellent sMr ''' n.
recommend it as the very review of all branches of th .
of iron 1 < t.IE.
am ae-
blood.with. To wedkornout sermon, his subject being Getting Eren..
government i O I
those troubled l with nervy "Many Infallible Proo(:;.'' Heprt'llch.ed '_ Mr.iu! IJlumer: -We must have the I Cxrisst n s.:
digestion: ,and pale, thin Both houses of the legislature are m .p r. t
\' it to be a panacea. : Bi.j-tas!' to dinner. We owe them one. I
"J. \VILKFRSOX: Druggist.'* an unusually strong sermon and session and the opiuion i is general thai, ", "'; T41 \ on Hlumer Of course. We passed

5,003(ufirutM Ikat ibove teilimtali! U ttnulce.) begun by comparing the proofs of the as a legislative body it will take ruK, ,J2 QtS .1.1f an artful dull evening there, and it biotliiinr I

resurrection with the : I more than right that they
m," of our Lord I' ---- -
-- I with that has ever assembled iu O : I Ir
any !
I $S" should pass one here.Brooklyn Life.
Brown proofs which appealed so, strongly to wN T. ALLE
Hon. C. M. the state. I :JI i I I M.D..
I Columbus' mutinous !before .
If Mr Brown does not make a I crew just The disposition: the! Indiad war \lal..lol: It Ea.,.
\ his discovery of land, and thIs div "You never allow yourself to read a OCLLIST aM URISTU .
i record alii a senator, it will not be because I claims fund is exciting more general CHAS E. BLUM & COMPANY, book until you have read a review ofIt' 1t1

: he is! not attentive to its duties course abounded m beautiful similies interest than any other topic and the Why is that?" \1 r ,i t. K > j 1' ....

and metaphors throughout.The believed rl 17 and ."Il 14! \\ Bay t M.; "Well, I prefer to use only predigesthi ; r ,r-.I..
r or unmindful of the high ponsibil-- disposition madeof it, it is ,

: choir consisting: of Mra. M. C. 1 of mental food." ----="" ,.,...;........-.... -rFfCTS -
sties the position demands. will receive! the favorable approval Jacksonville, fla. I
Looury Mrs. Mrs. R.U. .
Harry Laphaui, :
He is promptly at his desk when the people of the state. ,
Blake Messrs. E. ---- -- ------ ---
J. J. and A. -- --------- -
the roll is called :and never leaves it The legislature; is composed of wise,

Gerig and Clillbrd Anderson rendered
; until long after the session\ adjourns conservative, experienced and leVelheaded

.' ,, unless he called away to meet with two exceedingly beautiful authems. men and each member is ARE NOT FUTILE!

Mr. Leon FisbellLded .
organist.At :
some of the committees of which he striving to make a record that will be

the eveuingservice Dr. Lindsey's
: la a member. memorable in the state's' : history.Our .

'.. Hois hard working aud industrious subject was, "We Woul Be* Je us." educational interests, good I&jjccially 'when! they lead to the sa '1.noJ' foliar* in ynnfpocket.

J At three o'clock in the afternoon a -
and commands the high respect of his roads: and internal improvements
t ; I children's service was held at this ,s e# what T have to offer you and be fully concimul.
fellow members. generally, will be carefully considered.
church. The pastor", preached a short
: Mr. Brown's name Las been placedon fostered and protected.
sermon which was illustrated and
i several of the most important commit There i is no factionalism or bad S
was particularly interesting. At this 1 1I
: : tees and his eipeneuoe( as a memo politics about the state house, lobbiesor

4 ", ber of the lower houie is valuable to service the following children were elsewhsre.' have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-date hoe ofDry :

christened : Two little sous of )tr. ---- -- -- I
-I him aud he i is! acquitting hiwstlf: in a and Mrs.1 George Davie, George, the Easter Egg Hunt. Goods and Grocerieswhich

ti highly creditable manner. little son of Mr. and ilrs. Morgan C. One of the most delightful of chil

the bills he has introduced
Among Looney, Mary Isabel, the little daughter dren parties was the one at which 1
is to the state into I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties at the
; oue reapportion of and Miss Lillian Anderson entertained
Mr. MM. N M. Allred, andJ. ..
-',i judicial circuits, in accordancewith about thirty of her little friends: Fri I most reasonable figure ever 1 before offered to the public. I realize that the day where
> I;., the little son of Mr. and Mn'>.
constitutional' amendments
., the. J. B. Hiers. day afternoon. when :you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you
r ratified last November. There are
}Olrs.ndt'l'8On Misses Annie
F In GRACE EPISCOPAL. this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will
circuits the state.
now seven in Frances
Sharpe, Myra Kajgood, :
; the bill, no changes are. made in the Holy communion was! celebrated at Anderson, Eugenia Fuller and Hazel supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATIONS, SHOES,

First, Second and Third circuits. The 7 a. m. Hiller assisted the young hostess:: : in HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The prices shall b*

; rearranged circuits are as follows: At the eleven o'clock service the
utertaiuing her guests. made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See
Fourth-Nassau, Duval, Baker, 'lay, rector, Rev, Henry W. Little, preached -
The first thing after the children
St. Johns. Fifth-Marion, Citrus, very eloquent and beautiful sermon
arrived they were !served with lemonade
Bumter, Lake, Heruaudo, Paaeo. on the "Resurrection of Christ."
after which they went into the
8ixtl1-lIi1l borough, Manatee Monroe Mr. Little is an able minister and in
yard aud engaged in au Eastej egg
DeSoto, Lee. -\eventh-\'olusia, the few mouths that he has been in
hunt for a short while. The contest\
it : Brevard, Orange, Dade, Osceola, Polk our city has won his way into the :
interesting and exciting from
was !
_. Eiibtb-Levy, Alachua, Bradford, hearts of all of his congregation.The .
I start to finish and at the end Hope
Putnam. choir rendered lovely and ap-
Robinson had found the greatest z \ .
propriate music.At : .
E I ,, Card of Thanks. : number-twelve. Robert Andersonwas
the conclusion of the service the
.,. We wish to extend our sincere a close second with eleven eggs
Holy communion again admin-
was !
x thanks to the many good people of istered. and these two were awarded the

Ocala for their Ulan) acts of kindness prizes.!

'i- during the rt'Ct'ntillut'' aud death of The church was very beautifully After the egg hunt the childrenwere t al'Y rt

decorated, Easter hllies predominating. the to
our dear little baby. Such acts certainly blindfolded, object being

-an the nearest to the uesc. In
will some day be rewarded in amore pin egg

substantial way. than. by our There were no evening service at thUJean Teague was the lucky win CuvrRiGHr

thank this church as the rector went to Orange ner of the prize. .
I'v e Lake for afternoon serviced.C1IKISTIA.N. Another interesting feature of this
i ll M is. W. C. ARXloS.:
!i party was a "fish pond" from which

# The Christian church had been very each child fished a pretty little souve-

Mist Gertrude Taylor, who has prettily decorated for Easter day and nir of this happy afternoon.The Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
been spending! the winter in Ocala.

t I".' with her parents and brother at Mrs. i iit quite a l large congregation were present remainder of the afternoon was different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very beat, to be had

;r and enjoyed an excellent discourse in both indoor
spent playing games
i H. K. Smith's! on Ft. King avenue, for the money anywhere. \Ve make a specialty of pure fine Coffee'! and Tea
from the young minister, Rev. D. E. and out and before the children left

leaves tomorrow for New Orleans! Hannah. His sermon on the Resur- they enjoyed refreshments which con- and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Li'w
after she will visit in Texas.

., Later on in the summer Miss Taylor rection was one of the ablest preachedin sisted The of afternoon ice cream, cake, candy, etc. prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it Try u*.
was an exceedingly
Xala( Sunday.Mr. .
will ttj..,ud several months traveling happy one for the children. -
Hannah dismissed his congre-
in Colorado and other western states.
i gation in the evening in order that Children's Curbs and Colds. I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters when yOU

r If you are eflected with asthma g9 ton they might unite in worship with the. Mrs Joe McGrath, 3i7: L. 1st St.,

T'dings&Co'sdrug store and get a Baptists. Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I have i igh'en ccire to Ca. e are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Ask for

Billard's Horehoand Syrup to :
bottle of Asthma Cure that is -
my children for coughs and colds for
to give relief in from 20 .to 30 J. L. White preached his most
': the past four years, and find it the S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

i' minutes! -uo bad after of gets. "i forceful sermon Sunday morning, the best medicine I ever used." Unlike ,

I It. subject; of which wa "Sitting Beside many cough syrups' it contains no i
n I In speaking of the rt'('.'nt'i..1t of the Fire of the World." The church opium, but will soothe and heal any --

Miss Liddou and Miss[ Barber to wa well filled and everyone was im- disease of the throat or lungs, quicker --- -- :

than any other remedy. :25e.! 50e. and
the Chri"tl.11Endel'or association pressed with the tarue&tnesd of 1mdiscourse.
$1.00) at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m

a at Costal l.iverthe News says:. -- -- To Cure a Cold in One Day Cur Two l Cripla Days.Oft +.

Hiss lola Liddou of Ocala, the Dist Miss Lena Bullock fang very !Sweet- Gen. Wm. Miller, Senator from I

( trict President, was entertained ly, "There's Power in the Blood." Washington" county, i is the. oldest I J Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMets. A I'll every

; i, Mr. Henuk's. Miss Liddon makes In the afternoon Dr. White preached member of the Florida legislature: Saves loan koies Bald ia post 12 months. This Signature (9.c n' box. 25c.

I an admirable presiding otlieer.i. to men only.I Hu subject was 83 je&rs. '



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MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL NOT Mrs Seorge McGnhagin is visiting I,- THE-mE CH 1MPETRE. I Georzie Smith and Jessie Palmer and

. FAWN AT THE FEET OF TilE MAN WHO her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. !I I I I cheese and pretzels were served by YOU'VE_ paiD JllEJJ LOf ;,

HA3 SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERIT Janet Weather and Fannie Robinson.Mrs. ---- ---
Kennedy, at Plant City. Was Largely Attended and a Big -
Success in Every Particular. J. B. Cutler and Miss G-orgie
WILL IT KICK THE MAN WHO IS GOING The trains on the Atlantic CoastLine
The long talked of and largely advertised Smith, in German Costumes, greeted ,
DOWN IT. all now meet at Ocala in the course you have, but you fort
i fete cbaw the the tourist and conducted them i the
pel ra given by receipt. Why dont you pay
afternoon the north bound the
I ,
bills by check? The check is
through their beautiful country.
(I' Sill ILKASITH EASLIS. Lscal Sditsr south bound and the Dunnellon short. ladies of Grace Episcopal church was always a receipt. . .
After leaving Germany it was discovered -
held at the rectory on Ooklawaha

f I HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Kev. E. L. Todd. of Ocala, was call- avenue Wednesday. Needlesft.to ray it that there only remained

f ed to Plant City Wednesday last by wa. as everything/ undertaken by the enough time to visit one more countryand MUXROE & CIIAMBLISS, BANKERS

; the severe illness of his brother, C. C. ladies of this church always is, a big it was unanimously decided thatit OCALA - FL.OHIDACOMPETITIVE
: We regret to (learn that Mrs. J. C. 'I
i ill. Todd.-Plant City cor. to Tampa success in every way. The proceedsof should be historical Egypt.
Porter quite
L Tribune. the entertainment are to be devot- The room was weird with the

f r A little daughter was born yesterday Senator C. M. Brown, of Sumter ed to the church building fund. lights turned low and shaded with EXAMINATION Tampa Tribune Thanked.and Ocala Banner

to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. red. The walls, mantle! and table
morning r and Marion counties, enjoys the distinction The red, inside and out was
I ry
Hon. J. Hamilton Gille
pie, Mayorof
were ornamented with skulls heathen For Appointment of a Midshipmanand
Corn.Jfrs.. ,
of being one of the brainiest : brilliantly illuminated and with the
Sarasota has recently written the
I god and various curios three Alternates from Flori- ,
'Voodsand li Mary: Stafford I, senators at Tallahassee and the good various tents and tables dotted about representing:!
following letter to tne Tampa Tribune
i this ancient civilization.Mrs. da to the Naval Academy at
It of Lake Weir,were in Ocala. :yesterday that he H accomplishing for hN constituents over the lawn and piazzas formed a :
"' Godfrey Moyer, disguised as Annapolis.
Dimply surprising.-Tam- and
rural very picturesque scene.
Please allow
I me,on behalf of Sarasota -
t Tribune.Mr. an old hag was one of the interesting! Notice is hereby giTen that a COLfletith.e
t Miss Pasteur and Miss May Pasteur pa Rev. Henry W. Little, rector of the to thank you warmly for repro
objects of this interesting examination for
} of Anthony, were chopping in church and his charming[ together ducing, unsolicited, the descriptiveand
Bob Adams i has returned from She told the fortunes of all those who a Midshipman and three alter- laudatory article of Sarasota by
kola Wednesday.Mr. with the ladies of therhurch, were
I ___ u visit to Tampa and will be the guest would drop a coin into her outstretched nates to the Naval Academy from Mr. Frank Harris, of the Ocala Ban-

Z. C. Chfcmbli-3 left Wednesday of his mother, Mrs. J. F. Ed wars:: at very gracious"* and delightful entertainers : palm. Florida, will be held at Tallahassee, ner, in your valuble column?.
and made all of the visitors "We here consider such
I' afternoon for the Indian Territory the Ocala House, for a few days before Of course all were eager to seethe on Saturday, May 9th, 1903. Con- :: journalism -
feel thoroughly at home. as a pattern to all paper, and
for a short business trip. gin to New York where he has I beautiful and world famed queen, testenU must be white boys over fifteen -
that oflkts
trust we can l
j On the piazza was stationed the repay your
accepted a position with the Western Cleopatra, over whose beauty men and under twenty years of age, some day. "Even a mouse can sometimes -
Mr. (j. S. Scott expects soon to fancy work, utility and candy tables. I' j
. Union Telegraph Company. went into e tljif9. She was personated physically sound and vigorous, and assist a lion." :
make some handsome improvements They were prettily decorated and all
very ------
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j "Mr. Harris! has written a very fine :
actual residents of
Deputy U. F. Marshal S. by Mrs. D. S Woodrow, who Florida.
s! : to his hone on Ocklawaha I Hump manner of fancy and useful articles article, and has made himself oar
in theeostumeof that The fact that has been absent
arrayed country one
I had Edw. Willis, jr., of for No doubt
;i' arenue. and tlt'liciouH1I.nll it's"ere on sale. friend life. our town I
I River limbo with the many and elaborate brace- from the state attending school or .
Crystal in yesterday! for council will thank him formally."He
ti Dr. W. N. Xewsom, who is visiting The fancy work table was in chargeof i
i violating t-ec. 3242 of the revised lets, neckUces, rings, chains, earrings, college will not disqualify him, if his has been to our faults a little
' Mrs. Nathan Mayo, at Mrs. Herbert Crook and she was
his daughter, statutes. The held in etc., was indeed a beautiful picture. home is in Florida. blind, and to our virtues more than :
t Sumtuerneld, came in yesterday but ;young man was assisted by Mi Frost, Mrs. Schrieberand Sbe surrounded with The the beet kind, but it i is nice to be so 'wooed j
was constantly young man standing
a {:200 bond and i is cited to appear at i
returned immediately. Miss Tathum. The utility table and won."
worshippers! of the beautiful. examination will receive the appointment j
next sitting of the U. S. Court in
was in charge of Mesdames T. B. "With Mr. Harris, and yourself, on 1
j Mrs. K. R. Young, of the Ocala Ocala. I nydl'r and H. B. Clarkson.At !I As a diversion for the tourist when and the three next in order to our side, who can stand against? 1

House, left yesterday afternoon for going from one country to another a, him in excellence, will be appointed "Echo answers, who?who?' ]
I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Colborn, after the candy table Mrs. Uamsby
Gainesville, where she will spend group of questions were furnished let, -ud.. and 3rd, alternates respectively. In Memory of Mr. W. E. Little. j
} spending the winter in Ocala, left and Miss Minnie Gamsby presided, I
abort vacation.Mr. with the tickets, the answers to all of The friends of Mr. W. E. J
J yesterday! morning for their home at I asiisted! by Misses Sue Barco, Violet many
which were cities in America. The The appointee and alternates so Little to learn of his sad "
were pained
Michigan City, Ind. Mr. Colborn is I Harris and Htttie Dye.
Hall has
R. S. just purchased
1 guessing of them w- spirited audinteresting. designated will be authorized to appear death which occurred at seven o'clock
acres of timber lands interested in the Oeklawaha Lumber In the kitchen Mesdames:: Tydinps,
I 10,000 more I I at the Naval Academy at AnnapolIs p. m. April 5th, K:03 at the residence 1
1 near Tampa. He went down yesterday Company, whose headquarters are at Weathers, Ed. JeUords and Annie
The fete champetre was a splendid on the 3rd Tuesday in June of his wife'father, Mr.J. J. Lutfman.
1 afternoon to look after his prop- Silver Springs. Mrs. Colborn is a Martin looked after the refreshments
conception and was characteristically next, there to undergo a mental and He die from the eflect of lung .
very charming woman and has an II which were served in the tents in the
1 erty. arranged throughout and will long be physical examination for the admission trouble with which he had sintered I
unusually sweet voice that has been front yard by a number of pretty little -
I 1 Miss Jennie M. Payne, one of the I remembered as ont of the most delightful Asa Midshipman. for months.
heard at numerous !social! affair! and waitress many
f efficient teachers of the Plant City I i church functions ever given Those desiring to compete for the He leaves a wife and too children
at the churches this winter. i Misses Pauline Sullivan and Jessie:
I school, left for home, Fairfield, Fla., Ocala. I appointment will, in writing, notify with many friends to mocrn his
Palmer at the lemonadewell
I Tuesday morning. Plant City cor. to Mr. J. B. McCorkle left Thursdayfor I I Postal Telegraph Line for Ocala. Professor; A. A. Murphreeof Tallahassee death.
and excellent Rebeccas they
Tampa Tribune. a visit to Citrus county. He recently made. I It U stated on good authority that I of the fart, not later than May A Business Change.I .

I I Mrs. Finch, Mrs. Mason and Mrs. purchased a number of acres An interesting and much enjoyed I the work of extending the lines of 5th, next, and will tate their names have bought the list comprising

McConnell will entertain this afternoon of timber lands, in Citrus and phos- I the Postal Telegraph-Cable 'ompany in full, their ages respectively, the the membership of the Ocala Pressing!
feature of the evening was the
i i Miss phate lands in Dt-Soto for Mr. Alexander gypsy I from Valdosta to Jacksonville will fact that they reside in Florida, and I Club from Mr. Frank Ditto and intend -
7 at a largereceptiou. Mary I tent here fortunes were told by Mrs. conduct the business in future -
of honor. McNeil, for whom he i is agent commence in a few weeks, and that the names and addresses! of their I
1 Apperson will be the guest William Hocker who proved an excellent i! doing first cla.-s work in an up
aud optioned both respective fathers, or if their fathersbe
! -- 1 basalreaily parcelsat Jacksonville will have connectionswith
palmist. to date plan. We will call for and

1 )[rs. Trnsten Polk Drake, who has i I a very handsome figure. Mr. Me- The crowning event of the. entertainment I this great company; b.fore'the dead, of their respective motbtf5,1,I deliver all work promptly, guarantee-

I been spending a short while in Ocala Corkle thoroughly understands the I summer is over. or if they also be dead, of their re-I+j i ing sati faction. Thinking you In
was the "tour of the world,
, the guest! of Mr. and Mrs. William I secret of buyin laud for a small I The company is now operating atVaI.tost gpeclive guardians.Having j i I[ advance for your future interest:: and I

Hooker will return to her home at which was planned and ably managed complied with the foregoing I! appreciating: any extended favors, I !
1 price and selling them at a profitWe : and has office in all of the
by :Mrs. McConnell and Miss requirement*, they must reportin I I jam I Yours truly, J. A. DeWEESE.I .
Drake's Point tomoirow. ----- --
L learn that R. A. Burford, jr., of Weathers.For I principal! cities in the south, with the person to Professor A. A. Uurpbree :I I I II WaiuU street between Fort I>log II

Mrs. Isojder, of Sacramento, Cali- this 25 exception of those in Florida. When at Tallahassee by 9 o'irloek a. m. onI
r Ocala, Fla., has pa-ed the competitive trip cents was charged : U
and South: Fourth street,
1 May 9ih 1903. ; avenue
the the lines of the company reach Jacksonville Saturday
fornia who has been spending
examination entitling him to a for the round trip, which included
r. R. MALI.)RY. being paved.
will be extended south
winter in Ocala the guest of her naval cadetship at Annapolis. He meals. Interpreters and guides were they I

brother, Mr. Richard McConathy, dido with unusual distinction, carrying furnished but the company was not to Tampa and to tie in all thr cities in I ---- n -- -- I

left for her home vtsterd.iy; afternoon.Mr. off the honors by ten points above j i I responsible for cattle killed by care- I the central part of the state, such as I = = :

i Gainesville. Ocala, Leesburg, Orlando,
of his best compecitor among} numberof I le hn r3 of passengers in throwing ,
I. W. Barwii-k, formerly f
Plant City, Dide City and Lakeland. :
Wildwood, now of Tampa, U suingMeters. applicants. The young man has eatables out of the car windows. ----- THE STYLE OF ((1 DOROTHY DODD"INEXPENSIVE I

Blount and Phelps, Abbott, received the appointment and intends Doctors were not provided but those Arrested for Violating Revenue Laws.

leave having "Grip" could have it checkedby I!
for in
to Annapolis a I
for $40,000) damages in preventinghim Capt. E. R. Laws, a prominent citi-
week or two. We heartily congratulate the baggage master. ::1: t
million dollar of Mascotte Sumter aftera
from organizing a zen county, -- --- -=- .;.---- -.:----= .
--- 'i
his many relatives and friends in The first country visited was f
trial this
company. preliminary in city lasting WOMAN whose capacity for style exceeds f
-- Troy.-Troy iAU.) Me::-enger. three days was bound over by Com- THE capacity in dollars will find the style of a ,Iil t
Messrs.! D. W. Davis, of this city, The room was patrioticallyand I
very missioner D. S. \\ illiams Tuesdayin Dodd"shoe gives her foot all the dts- Ii 1.!!. t

and Geo. W. Thames, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Thomas Reedy and daughter, t'liboratelydecorated with quantities the sumnf ::200 violating sec- tinction of a custom-measured shoe. "The style !,11!!: F .

have gone off for a few days business Miss Alice Reedy, who have been residing of red, white and blue bunting, I' of a Dorothy Dodd'' has become proverbial. It is a :((jn,e f
3242 of the United States .
trip in various points in the state in in Ocab for the past two years, numbers of American flags, and pictures tion revenue shoe that preserves the natural outlines of the foot, ,;W f
law !. Capt. Laws gave bond in the yet actually makes it look a full size smaller.
left afternoon for IIi
the interests of the Equitable Life yesterday Charleston of our American men. 4i 4ii
and returned to his I '
sum required I .
I --- ---
assurance Jsociety.Mr. S. C., to join Mr. Reedy who preceded The tourists were given a hearty i I -- -- -- I ,
home on the A.C. L. afternoon train I I'
them several months ago. Miss welcome by George and Martha I;. I NO OTHER SHOE IS DESIGNED LIKE IT i ::' I I
and Mrs. :E. H. Swain and to await trial in this city at the next :, .
Reedy, after remaining in Charlestona I --------- --. = fi
Washington impersonated by Guy --- ---
- h ---- -- --- : !
their aunt. Mrs. Halnes, of Munice, term of the United States district i !
few weeks will spend the remainderof Zewadski and Louise Scott and :

Indiana, who have been spending the summer in Hagerstown., also received:: and entertained were by court I; THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY. il11! !

delightful winter with friends Deputy Marshal Hamp Chamberssays ,
a most! !
ana and Atlantic 'I ii I
Washington City. Misses
I and relatives at their old home at Mary Mary Little, that ten or dozen other arrests on 1:___ H __ ____ __-=---=..:::.::. -- --- 1--' i.
Mrs. Reedy and Miss Reedy are .
Johnnie Liddon and Yaleta Potter ---- ------- -- --
-- ---- - -- ------
--- --
Anthony, returned to their western the same: charge will follow soon. n'--- -===--=- -:: -- -- .'
------ ---
-- --
thinking of returning to Ocala next who were appropriately gowned in -- -- -- --

home Wednesday. winter and their many friends here red, white and blue. The short stayin For These Who Live on Farms. -- -- --- --

Walter Lancaster formerly with the hope they will decide to do so. this country was greatly enjoyed. Dr. Brgin, Pana, Ills writes: "I

with From America the tourists have used Ballard's Snow Liniment;
Banco National of Cuba, is now A Ghastly Find. went to

Purdy Henderson, the well known A negro about fifty years old was faraway Japan. The room for this always recommend it to my friends, A HEAVY REWARD !

contractors. Mr. Lancaster is one of found dead in his room in the boarding country was particularly attractive. as I am confident there is no better

the best book keepers in Cuba and for house kept by Malissa Mack on Suspended from the center of the made. It i is a dandy for burns." .

many years previous to his coming to Exposition street Wednesday. Blood ceiling was an immense Japanese Those who live on farms accidental are especially In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the
liable to many cuts,
Cuba, was with the First National was found on the floor and foul playis umbrella under which tea and cakes burns and bruises, which heal rapidly person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this

Bank of Ocala: Fla.-The Daily Post, suspected though the unfortunateman were served by Misses Gertrude when Brllard's Snow Liniment is county before investing his money therein.

Havana April 14th. Pereda, Ethel Sinclair; Meta Jewett applied. It should always be kept in
may have died from a hemor- DO NOT WAIT until you and your money are
and Mrs. Sistrunk, who were dressed the house for cases of emergency. 23c

Mr. A. R. Urith'n, merchant and rhage. I in Japanese costumes and all sittingon 50c and ;1.1)) at the AntiMonopolyDrug parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us,

trucker, of Anthony, was in Ocala The man's name i is Chace and he cushions on the floor, the visitors Store. m -'.No use of locking the stable after the horse is
from Palatka.Too .
yesterday. He ays he visited his truck doing likewise. The whole room was Solid in South Florida. gone: We will also be pleasWRITE to look after your

farm Thursday morning before coming Great a Risk.A hung with oriental draperies: and was!! Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner, taxes for you.

to Oeala and found that the high reliable remedy for bowel com- lighted with numerous Japanese has made himself an everlasting I : US -

winds: have almost ruined the water- plaicU should always be kept on lanterns and was very effective and friend of South Florida by his magni-

. melon and cantaloupe vines. A great hand. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera the visit there was one of unqualified ficent write up of the Sarasota section.It Marion County Abstract Company

, deal of the melons have been whipped and Diarrhoea Remedy never fails delight. was all unsolicited, too. Frank

off and the vines broken. He and when reduced with water ia pleas Germany was then visited and i Harris is all wool and a yard wide
says all kinds of truck has been ant to take. For sale by the AntiMonopoly while tarrying there beautiful music three hundred and sixty five days in

seriously damaged. Drug Store. m was rendered by Leon Fishel, Misses the year.-Tampa Tribune.


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& MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE-DUTY OF contract between man and woman -surance of position' which had been the way of a sound healthy, happy 4I

THE OCALA BANNER. which we call marriage, be it civil or lacking up to that time. Indeed, the human being is wrong and must be I! ITCHING EClEMA

OUR LAW MAKERS. religious, is the most important contract | church claims credit for whatever advantage removed. It releases men and women I

which human beings can make. I or advauoeiueut has come toI from the hell to which their i ignorance I ,
FBAXK 2A221S! t itQr. and I since but led them and to which the
The contract between man The eminent Freuih writer and women Christianity began, ,

P. V. teiveagoci: Easiness '3.:3.&er. woman kI.own as "marriage" i is the BL'ieiitiat, Emile de La ml or, declares I in claiming all they proceed on the church condemned them without I Ail Olli er r I1cbin1 c [ BlfBiI[ 11

-- that marriage is more serious than principle that if all is claimed, much hope. The courts refu-e to be a party
most sacred! relation recognized by
death ; death, he continues, is" not I is likely to be conceded by those: who to a moral crime.. Hence American Scaly c Enp.

our institutions: and our laws. even a blow, not even a }pulsation: it have not i investigated. lw, with the cumulative fore of :

f : As! matter of !such: grave and far is Ii IHue: in the work of I the physical I Marriage is a divine, a. sacred rela mulliltudinmi4 decisions and dicta, -

reaching iuijiortance dow from this organism, the cessation of material I tion. It was made! sacred by the God declares marriage to be a I-gl condition ,I

f ft awl union it should invite the most serious energy. But marriage unrolls the lot of nature, and the tiue m-irmge, which the st-ite can create, : Instant Relief a&d d Spee Nt. 1

r of numberless generations, and upon where mental and spiritual meet change or destroy. Thai the church
attention of our law makers and thoeiulere i
l the physical condition and mental and blend independent of the bodily aud the 1&ware nor at flUt', nor iuderd : Cure Afforded

. r 1 lt'tin\ the study of the hubjeft.! unfoldment of the individuaUa,.,.;um- relation, is binding until death uud is the church at one with itself on tins by

i It is generally admitted that the ing: the marriage relation: depends the after. :Neither priestly' ritual nor question cf divorce, is one of the most !

, relation is entered( into too friviouslyand I weal or woe of countless human beings civil authority can ratify or dissolve hopeful: signs of the wonderful century

I -- hastily aud without a proper ) and the upbuilding or downfallof such a marriage: "Tnerefore should R upon which we hav entered.It I: llclra Soap Ointlent I Q ui PIli

I MOTTO: THE: 1 UASXKK: BELIEVISO the social structure man leave father and mother and is proof positive that the reian of I ,
I THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE 1O consideration of its great rerpou4ibilitits. cleave to his wife and the twain shall :
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES; HAS Civilization dependent:! upon superstition is, ended and au era of la All Else Yi1L
therefore marriage, like be oae flesh.: They are not two but common sense begun.
ry, CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, The relation is not purely an individual civilization, U subject. to the law of one, and "What God hath joined to- IDENTICAL ITKFOeE: OF MARRIAGE I. hI

AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FORTH atfair. The health, strentgh evolution, for it contains the problem gether let not man; put asunder" ; AND DIVORCE.The I
/ $ BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE of human : and the solution this i is the marriage of which Christ COMPLETE TREATMENT Sl I.KL(
aud the progress end and
and purity of the race happiness purpose of marriage is I
BoTTO [ of all the problems: of life. speaks: !,a marriage as sacred, as divine,
--- all stake and the happiness the parties and the
,. of society I are at II
-.:-;:-- -- !
as natural, as when in the beginning I
.' Mr. Flagler has deeded all his'! real should be consulted.The THE EVOLUTION OF MARRIAGE God created male and female./ "Male welfare of the children, the purposes! The agonizing Itching and burning
Drummond in hN "Ascent of Man" of divorce are identical with these. If I the skin, as in ei-zena the
estate in St. Augustine except his grounds upon which divorcesare and femaleretted He them, and the results, in ; fncIidII
declares that marriage it' not a late two were one" this is the first mar- marriage happiness, the scaling,as in psorUsii; the km of leak
should first be considered ;
to the Model Land Company, granted divine as well as the civil
hotels is
puri'o e and crusting of the
arrival, nor is it an afterthought in riage recorded and that was sometime scalp, u I Is salts. .
of which Mr. J. R. Parrott is presi before the marriage relation is con- the plan of creation. It did not begin before churches preachers, wedding attained ; if it does riot result in happiness head; the facial dklgureomu, u (Ia

dent. bummated. with Adam aud Even, in the tabled fees and finery came into fash- the divine and civil purpose pimples and ringworm; the awful sala .

Hon. It. It. Bullock The ma u and the woman making garden of Eden, nor was it waiting ion. has been sadly missed: and divorce fering of Infants and the aoiwtj tiC

Keep your eyes on through long aeons of ages for tie more perfectly secures the purposes of orn-out parents, u in milk vnut: tatter .
application for marriage should beprououueed The teachings:! Paul in the Epistles -
of Marion county, who is the pious word of religion to render it I that compact, which means to one or and salt rheum, all draaad t ....
not in
are paraded
public today, I"
of that countyin by competent authority both a condition that is revolting to edy of almost tuperhumaa
bright representative acreJ and complete. It is part of for they would be regarded as the v1rh.1 *

the legislature.'! That wan is goingto physically, mentally and morally fit the constitution of the eternal cosmos: drivelling of a coarse and common human nature. successfully cope with thm.Cutkrura l%
for this, holy relation. The question of divorce should be Soap, Ointment and 1'1111
the result of the electric affinity IN
make a record for himself.-Tampa sensualist!! nevertheless tiny are the
The marriage of the "unfit" shouldbe the first cells of sex life found upon teachings which the church has moul settled by the parties themselves, the such stands proven beyond all eisi*.
Tribune. state interfering only to guard against: No statement Ie 1 made
the earth. The union of male aud regarding tlq
classed among the highest: crimes ted into a doctrine and raised to the
Rockefeller offers a williou dollarsfor female in mineral, plain and animal rank ot a sacrament. It is the injustice to the children. What G.d.> that is not justified by the strums
known laws.A. carrying
the restoration of his stomach to to our life i is! as! great as God, as old as:! the out of this Pauline doctrine that hath joined together let not man put evidence. The purity and swerum ,
minisiter or judicial ofiicer is universe, and as inevitable and uu- asunder," should be !supplemented by the power to afford iauwdute relaf
of increased
condition. Unfortunately an ate: opportunities
its once healthy aroused at midnight by a couple g\terviugas the law of life. From the and fuller freedom for is that equally divine and equally binding the certainty of medy| ant! JlrI1DUltl&
woman responsible
r x for him the stomach market whom he has never before seen nUll very first moment of time it has!: beenan for the increasing uumutrof law, What God \has! !! separated: bylaws cure, the a>HOlul safety and grey

is one of the few that cannot be con- eternal part of time. It is the of nature, let: no man, priest or economy,have made them the atasmyrd
about whom he knows nothing, and applicants for divorce. Aud thatit skin cures and biuuuur rrtunue of tat
trolled by gold. manifestation or expression of that is the women who are sinned prophet potentate or civilian attempt civilized world.
without so much thought as he
divine to join or keep together. The Bathe the affected
creative energy or intelligence against and are demanding their part wits
Professor Hilprecht, the notedAssyriologUt would give to the shining of his which\ because of our limited knowledge leniency of l"wl by which the annul- water and birthright i is evidence the statistical -
by surface of cni-u and ili aad
shoe he them in the most ment of unwise and unhappy marriages -= tvfiM
and scientific director of joins sacred we call God. His: the founda- fact that the women outnumber the thickened cutiilr. ltr-WIIe

the Babylonian Expedition, has at relation known to the human race. tion of the world, the progress of the men, in the proportion of two to may be obtained, i is tendency bard rubbing and apply < uticv Iocialvolution and the scientific that betokens a higher moral and went freely, to allay itching,Irriuttoi
And officers and in
yet our judicial one, seeking their freedom.
last solved a profoundly puzzling archaeological -
basis of biology. Until it I is! recognised development for the race. and inflammation,and MM*)* anti fe*),
problem through the ecclesiastics! !: stand agha at the numbers Men are physically positive and Amid the croaking of and, lastly, In the sevrivr form pre
such beat reactionary
as sociology can only
5 spiritually Cuticura Insolvent Mil
negative, women are to cool u4
medium of a dream. It seems almost seeking release from the woes of the air, theology will continue to be a physically! negative and spiritually frogs it is refreshing to bear the clear, cleanse the blood. A ,tingle t u ufleisulliiient

.7, increditable but it i is true. the marriage bed and the question: failure, arihodoxy a gigantic i pretence I>o.-itive, hence it i is dawning upon !strong voice of that splendid pulpi: to core the iuot torurtag

"Is marriage a failure" is being HJ- ante all reform superficial and futile. them that the devout believer m a orator, Dr. Lyman Abbott. "I do not disfiguring and humiliating lain oit icalp ,
and blood humour, with low tar
There will te a prize gang of Filipinos riously discussed. From the earliest traces of human false philosophy which severs nature believe he says: "that the sacredness I when all die fails.j ,

at the St. Louis fair. It will consist life upon the earth till the present from her vital relations, can never of the home or the integrity of..1 ___
and There exists an affinity between those hour, marriage like civilization, has led1! humanity into higher ranges of the family is threaleufd. There was ;
sizes colors
of all con- j
,, ages whom "God hath joined together"- pissed through every stage! ot evolution physical development or spiritual up- never time and never a land wherewe T. MURPHY

ditions of the species. It is thoughtthat an intellectual affinity, a social affinity ; from the slavery of tne womanto liftmeut. To be spiritual i is, to be in find so many happy homes and so .

50,000 of well equipped troopscan a physical affinity, a moral af- the more congenial partnership of the highest degree natural. many happy families as in I9)3iu)

keep them coralled. The fair finity, a religious affinity, a race affinity souls found in the relation of husband The world is I beginning to discern these United states" The facilities Machine and lroiWorl) ($.

: c. management promise the genuine -and when and where this anti wife. The influence of the mar. that ignorance! is not innocence, that I obtaining divorce have increasedor I -

articl*-including "peculiarities.! riage relttion, therefore, is only limited concealment is not purity. We have kept pace with the advantages: of Iron liratuul Itrwiue ('.*|.

: affinity is found wanting the jointure by the confines of the globe, and tried these methods for wellnigu two widening opportunities to women ; ins;:*: MnHiInc and I' llrra

1 Senator C. A. Carson of Osceola is is a crime. it must of necessity be the most im- thousand years and have lamentablyfailed. the danger lies in supposing- that divorce Shop.Mitrhirainl Hall*

t one of the brightest and most influential It is as much a Mn to"join together"w l>nrtant problem of our complex civilization. The press' should proc lim it, : from intolerable conditions road Ucpalr.

j horn God hath "put asunder" as it is, the church thunder i it, from its altars, gives!: all that the woman needs, or
of the Florida Senate I
members has the 610 to 617 E. lay St JickiMtiNt
t The agitation of the divorce question that no man or woman should be permitted right to demand. On the
.f and the Tribune congratulates his to "put asunder" whom God bath i is of greater i importance than is to marry unless they are contrary, it is simply the harbinger ot

constituency upon having made such "joined together." generally supposed, for it can cot be physically, mentally, physiologically albetter: day, when, freed from super Jerry Burnett,

an admirable selection He will carefully The health and strength of society considered in any light that will and psychologically; adapted to each !stition: and perversion of the lower

r, guard the Interests of his people -both from a physical aud moral make secondary the all-important other. It is the question of posterity nature woman shall understandand Merchant
r question of motherhood. As the value rightly the God-given
which singularly enough, the church responsibilities -
standpoint-should depend upon the i
and his work will be well and faith-
s altar lights! of superstition grow dim has overlooked.SOME and untold possibilitiesof !
{ fully done. He runts among the marriage, and none but the "fit" the beautiful form of justice: becomes motherhood. Then grasping the Tailoring.
'. senators l in Tallahatuee.ablest .- should be allowed to enter into this dl.ct'ruiLle.lan i is the builder in.. great plau and purpose of life in har- If

1 sacred relation.Those the material realm, woman is the : divorce is prohibited, wivesare mony with nature's laws she will Ocala: Florida.
Tampa Tribune.Dr. made the mothers of
--- who and deforming builder in the spiritual realm of the unwilling : bring forth in the individual life a Finest imported and
are -
:M. B. Wharton iu a letter to higher nature. All true and endue mentally and l morally tainted children copy or image of the infinite )life. I Domestic Cloths. ;
the human race by distributing who born but damned I
are not '
i that Roose- ing progress for the race must! begin The golden age lies not behind but <'uttin a SpecialtyFits
1 the Atlanta Journallla8 physical disease! and moral im into a world of hate and bitterness to before t-
with the progress:embryotic! growth. us. Guarantee
: velt will down in history the become a burden
go upon
purity-the imbecile and idiotic, the The beautiful rioter of an enlightened -. -
.rl, "Black President," the !same as Edward When love is dead between hus --- --- ----- -- -- -
1 : depraved and dE-generate-wbether civilization can not ripen into perfect
band and wife when the touch creates
VI8 known as the "Black fruit till the burdens of legal disability -
born within without the bondsof
or holy
loathing, and disgust to compel
:! ,
the "Great marital subjection anti ecclesiastically -
Prince Washington! as McMillan
wedlock, should be subjected to the them to live together is to condemn Bros
\ assigned inferiority be lifted
President, Jeflersou, as the surgeon's knife. them to a living, hopeless hell. It is
from the! motherhood of the world.
ple's President;" Monroe, as the Our lawmakers should be the defenders the children of these mismated men

"Doctrinal President! ;" Lincoln; the TilE INJUSTICE: TO WOMANHOOD.The : and women, who !filled with contention -
of the home, the protectors of
"Revolutionary President;j" Grant, teachings of Paul in regard! to hate and bitterness by the pre- Southern Copper Works.
the builders of the
< society, race. marriage are responsible for the spirit natal conditions under which they
and McKinley
President -
the -Military ,
Under existing conditionswiththe which permeates the church, pervadesour were begotten swell the ranks of

i 1 the "Good President. laxiiy of our marriage laws-the laws, corrupts our thought and degraded crime and fill our jails and peniten.

The church in tiaries. Thus the church whose chief
miscellaneous coupling together of our customs. Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
declaring marriage a sacrament i ia and! ostensible industry is to save sinners
the unfit and mismated the refusalof
Tfi l GOld Spoon. not at one with itself, for Paul regard never falls short of material and 'General
Metal Workers.Old
divorce would be a crime
againstour ed and recommended marriage not asa upon which to expend iu beneficence. .

There arc some men who seem to be humanity against our civilization sacrament, not as a. divine institution Nay more, the church or state which

; favorites of fortune. They are industrious and against our God. but as a remedy for those who refuses! to give freedom from unhappyand
cheerful workers full to
overflowing -
r: of the energy of splendid health ----- -- were enslaved to the lusts of the flesh. unholy marriages it a party to

and success seems fairly to drop into A WOMAN'S VIEW OF DIVORCE. His teachings are not edifying to his the crime which burdens society and

I, their hands. It is of such as these that followers, and clearly emphasize the blackens the world. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

f r. lull and the less less successful hardy The first day of the session of the i immeasurable distance between Christ That clear brained, colossal minded through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

man saysenviously Florida legislature twenty seven bills the teacher and Paul the preacher. statistician, Carroll D. Wright, who wire will receive prompt attention at either of the .

y ti \ Imitating the folly of Paul, the early is cognizant of the prosand cons of
were introduced and seventeen of following worksFAYETTEYILLE .
"That fellowS fathers of the church very logically the divorce discussion, and thoroughly -
born with them bore divorce.
; 1 a on
,.S gold in took a. degrading view of woman. equipped with statistics bearing ,

1 his mouth.spoon This is proof that divorce continuesan Theological absurdity placed humanIty upon the subject, replies in no uncertain N. C. GA. j
I j. And yet on important problem in our civiliza under a curse, and nature sharedin manner to the grave charge that

f (i 1 be analysis found it that will tion. the disgrace. Men diseased::! by a divorce is a menace to the purity and JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA...

-: this success is false, unlovable conception of God integrity: of the family and the home."I .
In a recent issue of Collier's WeeklyMrs. -
,i' largely due toeplenliti having no beauty within, and therefore do believe," he says, "that our - -
t health, the endowment of Mary Elizabeth Lease! one of .
incapable of recognizing beauty present laws in their leniency to divorce

i r healthy Dr. riercc's mother.Favorite Prescription gives the most l famously intellectual wo without, shut themselves up in cells are a menace not to the familyor IT IS NOT PRICE BUT QUALITYThat

the mother health to give her child. It men of the century, contributes a behind bare walls, crucified the flesh, home, but to tbe infernal brutalityand

t" cures nervousness, nausea and sleepless. most remarkable paper on this inter- stultified the l laws of being violated bestiality of whatever name, lie
ness. It makes the The
body comfortable and
and set aside nature's laws and it crude or refined which at times
the mind content. It esting subject.We .
gives physical Makes
makes a. hell of the holiest human IDEAL FERTILIZERS Chew **
; vigor and muscular elasticity so that the believe her observations God's green fields and matchless
J' baby's advent is practically painless. may handiwork away as something vile relation. The divorce movement
.5"I will endeavor to tell you of the many prove of value to our lawmakers.She and unwholesome because of a mor- finds iU impetus in the rebellion of
benefits 1 have derived from taking: Dr. I"ierce's
Favorite Prescription"write Mrs.a K; Robertson says: bidly insane desire to propitiate an the human heart against that church-

t r' the,fJl of Medicine of i>x)<) I Lodge.was expecting Barber Co.to, Kans.become"In a Perhaps there never has been a imaginary offended deity. The convent sanctioned slavery which binds in the Of any fertilizers sold in the state. They arc made for

_". back mother of head and suffered; in fact I terribly ached all with over.pains Suffered in the time since men began to think when and the monastery! displaced the cruellest bonds of cruellest slavery Florida crops. Prices and Circulars on request.

-' with awful beariD -down pains..; I was threatened the problems of life, social, religious family because of the contempt and human beings; who have by their
fur weeks with mishap. Jl.lJy friend
w told me to use Dr. Pierces: medicines She had and political, attracted so much at- ascetic horror with which marriage want of wisdom or through the intervention -

i using taken the'them Favorite and felt Prescription like a new woman.and look I began four tention as at this, the dawn of the and woman were regarded.! As! an of sriends mimed the divineas

"\ bottle wards. before I suffered my almost baby came death and with two my other after new century. Easily first among the offset to this contempt the church well as the civil purpose of mar- -\\"E INVITE CORRESPONDENCE-

two children, but hardly realized that I was problems that engage the best! minds placed! the mother of Christ in the riage.: "

sick Incite when, and this oll baby- naner was born pounds.aud she She weighed is now of the age is the question of divorce, bosom of God aa an intercessor for the I In spite of the discrimoiations

eleven mouths. old and has never known anb.mr's but before we can speak intelligently children of men and directed its effort which are waged against women, because -
sickness; at present she weighs thirty.C -
seven Favorite pounds.I'rescription.I owe" it all to Itr. Force's or understand! this question scienti- toward improving the condition of of the accident of sex:, to the WILSON & TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPANYManufacturer

u "Favorite Prescription" makes weak" fically,we must consider what mar women among the upper clashes by law more than to any other agency is ;

v women strong and sick women well. riage is', not only from our modern placing the seal of its disapprobationupon due the present approximate equalityof '
t Accept no substitute for the medicine American standpoint, but from a the lax methods the Roman woman with man. Law is the : !, of Ideal Fertilizers and Special Prop !'l'orinul
which works wonders for weak
Dr. Fierce's: Pleasant Pellets women.are them religious and civil viewpoint as well. men who divorced their wives upon :statutory expression of public opinion. JACKSOXV1LLIL: :, ll.OltlDi.

t desirable laxative for delicate From whatever side we view it mere whim. Divorce was prohibited Public opinion is in favor of divorce.It .

women. there can be no question but that the and women were given a certain as- declares that whatever stands iu OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.

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George Gould Talks of Conditions In

I ARE ON BIG BOOM I Lakewood,That X. J.Section., April 14.-After. ,j RECEIVED OVATION WHISKEY HOUSE,

a careful survey of conditions! in the Like the running brook, the

-_ west. Geoige! J. Gould who has returned -I' red blood that Bows through Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
Packed Mar-
from 300,000 People 'J. - _
Heavy Rainfall Causes Rapid a trip over the Missouri ---
the veins has to come fromsomewhere. -
Pacific and Wabash j\ C -
lines, i is conincedthat I -
sailles Thoroughfares.GRAND t ::
Rise In Strea
s. the present era of pro,, )erity --

-- i which the west Is enjoying will con II EALE1AT:-- BOURSE. I The springs of red blood are -
1.96 INCHES AT KNOXVILLE: tinue for :3
at least another yea.r."In .
all in west1Mr. found in the soft core of the .. .-.. --
my experience the
Predicted that Tennessee River Will Gould saId "I have never seen Lout/i .de Several Speeches Mainly bonts called the mlrroand 3- .- =. MST :

Reach Height of 18 Feet by Tuesday wheat look as well as it does today. It Expressive cf His Sturdy Republic- :ome say red blood also comes -;'":.-- t-:. ac II' G .

I la still too early to speak of corn or I anisrr.-f.:;nor Disturbance:: Between ;: < c: '
I Night-Two Houses Struck by Light from the s >kcn. Healthy bone E :.. :: ... :t j
cotton. but the sail is
as thoroughly
Z. tt.
Socialists and Adherents. =
I ring In that City. I water-soaked these crops ought to Army narrow and healthy spleen 1: =- 0.. =-g:3.r ,

thrive amazingly. The railrollls"O:1't Marsiolles April 14.-President Lou. full of fat. """>
r Knoxville. Tenn., April 14.-An unusually I If are i- ;; ...
have any trouble in moving the great bet arrived today from Pais on his :l _'0
f high lailfall occurred here last Emulsion makes new "
I wheat crop, but I think we will all be I way to Algeria after receiving continuous = -
! ight: and this morning, and i is con blood the bone .
short of cars in the fall If there 13 a : ovations along the route. The by fceding ,
e ?r
tinuing. The weather bureau reports ..
1.S6 inches of rain last night big corn crop. I j5 !si
The physical condition of the west civil and military authorities and was -
the richt of all fats the -
The Tennessee river and its local pure -
ern roads was never better than it is I\ escorted to the prefecture where aa FAMOI RI'SI1 IUJ-n: :
tributaries are rising and it is predicted cod liver oil. .
now. official reception! was held. A crowd ------ ..
that by TueS'day night the river
"I heard no talk of money shortage estimated to have numbered 300,000 For pale school girls and FINE
I, will have reached 18 feet here. Last and BRANDIES.
; night two houses were struck by light. while I was in the west. The banks person packed the thoroughfares, anj invalids and for all whose Myr.ooRy Bourbon at,,?. __............-$1.75 My J4 oo Gin at.." .........__..... .....-.-It
are holding their own balances in their gave the president an enthusiastic My 250 ....._........" .....,200 My 2.oo North Carolina Corn at.... ... .. 1
1 ting and Samuel Oglesl*. who was blood is thin and pale, Scott'sEmulsion My 3- '* '. ".............. .. 2.56 My 2 50" .. M'fn Dew 2 ;
Corn l.
I I I sleeping In his bed in one of the houses I' vaults and they won't have to drawon greeting. A grand banquet at the My 4.00 II ............ .....? ...... 3 oo My 300" .. ., .' .. ,
New York for money to move the bourse followed! the reception. is a pleasant and rich My 100 Gin at "...".........."... ........... 1.75fy ..00' .. .. .. .. \

I'I'w&a n stricken a dangerous to unconsciousness.but not necessarily He crops. From what I saw I believe I During the day M. Loubet made sev blood food. It not only feeds oly :.50" ,............................................ 2.OuI, 4 03 Sew England Rum at.... ..._-_I.

that this practice of drawing on New eral short speeches, mainly expressive
The Jus and
condition. Keg Trade 3Iade
critical the blood-making but ; a Special Feature.
:i York as it is called, will be an un of hs sturdy Republicanism. organs

;i o common occurrence in the future. The Only one minor disturbance was rei gives them strength to do gallon sending jug. ljc,2-gallonjug,25C3-ganonjug,35C your orders always nd enough.to cover the cost 01 jugs. Hall-gallon ingi. I-
Condition at New Orleans. ; kegs.$1. ;
western bankers have their own ported. This was between a group ol their work.Send I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in FWida.because I rive lood,1I0't
'l New Orleans April 14.-The river i, proper st goods and full measure,
money to lend to their own people, Socialist agitators and a number of adherents
\ here went back to 19.9 feet today a for free sample. A tnalorder wilt convince you that"we are the people Termsc&sh with the order.
unless money should; get so high in of the army. Blows were ei. Vour.nxouStOpC.:: ,
.t Work SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemi
fall of one-tenth of a foot. on the s. EDWARDS.
Wall street as to make it profitable to changed and the police interfered- Sis 4iJ1-.s Pearl Street. Kew York.joe. (
I Hymella crevasse was resumed today. 11.00 .
u< druggists. I
send it east. From ail indications. I pesons were injured, three of them .
I promise that the labor will .
There --
is -- -- --- -- .
can full of -- -- 'T-iii: -L
see a year prosperity ahead rather seriously. This was chiefly due !
I be sufficient to carry on the next attempt .
for the wfcs:: to the denseness of the crowds and Interrupted EDICT BY CHINA'S EMPRESS. d E: :; : 1
I at closing. If the present rate
Mr. Gould referred to the St. Louis the popular demonstrationto ,
f decline: continues at Holly ook it
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i exposition in very enthusiastic terms. the president. Repeals Comprehensive Stamp Taxation -! WE EAT
k expected that within the next ten MEAT
lIe visited the grounds twice and was
days or two weeks, water will practically Scheme of Yuan-Shi-Kai.
very much impressed with what he MONTEJO'S FLAGSHIP FLOATED.
cease running through the break Pekin, April 14.-The dowager empress -. To grow strong. Unless: we get ;
saw.hI think that it will be the -- -
there. In that event plan .ers/ will has issued an edict repealing the ls- I .
finest fair ever held" he said. "Two Sunk by D at Manila-Eighty i:011,1 meat we may as wt-Illet
have ample time in which to sow their wey comprehensive stamp taxation scheme
C:ops. things in connection with the fair needto Skeletons In Hold. which Yuan-Shi-Kai" governor of the -1j: .. it aloiie Th-re is no strength I t

be brought to the attention of the Manila.! April 14.-The warship i \\S1 .
province of Chi-Li. about inaugurate tou h
was to iu nieni-instead of givII'
people of St. Louis. One is that the Reina Christina, flagship of Admiral !
Weather Cold In England.London. throughout this province. The
I Iit.
city has not awakened to the great Montejo. wlf.ch was sunk by Admiral ing, it takes strength to digest
AApril 14.-Severe weather edict assigns the poverty of the peopleas
need of adequate hotel facilities. Another Dewey in Manila, was floated and It
to be cartful in
today destroyed the Easter bank holi the reason for the repeal of the it pnya
important thing is the lack ol beached yesterday." The skeletons ol I w*
day. It was bitterly cold. 4 degrees scheme, but *t is believed Yuan-Shi- : buying meat-be sure to get
adequate: transportation facilities to about SO of her crew were found in the : 10j-:,
ot frost being registered in Ki's enemies procured it for the
many partscf purpose
and from the fair grounds. St. Louis hulk. i :4 : ts ?'-' the best-lender and choice.
the country early in the morning. of crippling his proposed reforms. \ \
seems to have done absolutely nothing One skeleton that ol "
evidently was Pay a little more if need be and
This was followed by heavy snow- One of the contemplated effects ol :
in this matter. for ite .e
an officer it had a sword by
storms throughout the north and the I the proposed plan would have been to put something in your vtomacli f fwlli.'J

midlands, while some snow fell in Lon. side.There secure honest returns 13 taxes collected f ld I
JESUP EXPEDITION. are 15 shell holes in the hull L1 ill 1 i will put rle&h oji your 1
don and even so far south as Dover. and to deprive minor officials ol .li.1.44)1i.1 ,
of the Reina Christina, one made by tones and Mood in
large perquisites. The degree oi strong your J
Results of Same Are Reported To Be an S-inch gun and the others small n I
NONUNIONISTS SEIZED. the dowager empress' solicitude for 1st heart. T i
The main valve is i
Satisfactory.New injection missings'howing the poor people is evinced by the costly

Forcibly Taken From Steamer by York April 14.-Morris K. the ship was scuttled when Junkets she has been taking. EDWARDSBROS. i

Union Men. Jesup who provided the funds for Admiral Montejo abandoned her. The The court will return from Its visit St
hull is In fair condition. Stall* 2 and .t ('iI Mantel Ocila Fla.ignSgiureh .
Buffalo April 14.-Four nonunion the; Jesup expedition to northeast Asia to the western country Wednesday and ) i

firemen who were forcibly taken from for the purpose of studying the naives Captain Albert R. Couden commanding will sojourn at the hunting park. A 1lJ }' .

the steamer William S. Mack which ; and gathering collections of their the naval station at Cavite, tool short railroad is being built betweerthe 9 !

arrived from Chicago late last night, Implements said today that he was charge of the remains of the Spanish main line and the parK to convey : I

were returned to the boat by the police perefectly satisfied with the JesuIts 01 soldiers, expressing a purpose to give the clOwn; princess of Bavaria Maria'
them American naval funeral The J-\S. Llm.\IL\ Pr..iltt'ltt. lYEI). W. HYDE
Vice Pres
today. Frank Blair, a fireman, the expedition. He declared: Theresa, who visiting Pefcin to the ,

who was reported missing, was found "What these stories amount to regarding Spanish residents are eager to shir: park for an audience with the dowager '

today bid in the coal bunkers of the obstacles placed In the pathof the remains to Spain. and it is sug empress.A .
gested that the United States trans The First National Bank
vesseLo arrests have been made. the explorers by Russian officials I

The union men in smal boats rowed cannot say but I know the expeditionhas port Summer convey them to Spain b) Demonstration of What ChamberIain's .

been successful for the collection way of the Suez canal In June.
out to the ship. They demanded that ,
Colic, Cholera and Diar. OF GAINESVILLE.The
the non-union men be turned over to Is here now and is being made ready I A wrecking company is endeavoringto .
for the exhibition. raise all the sunken Spanish war rhoea Remedy Can Do.
' them. Before the Mack had been

tied about 40 union men, the captain "When we first decided on makingthe ships.A "One of our customers: a highly n Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

says swarmed over the rails of his exploration the Russian government
boat. and seized the firemen and carried assisted us In every way. The Prominent Minister ReccommendaChamberlain's ?l>fcttci citizen of this place hlI i beeu Capital: 00 :

them off. They were found laterat emperor himself took a personal Interest Cone, Cholera and for ten j ears! a sufferer: from chronicditrrhoeii. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . x'U,00? (' 00

the headquarters of the union and and ordered his officials to facilitate Diarrhoea Remedy. ." writes \VaMen & Martin, DoesexcluiveIya baukingbuioess, with facilities t qua! to any bank in the
the work. Passports were cheer. state. Solicts the accounts of Fanners, Merchant1, Corporations,
on the demand of Captain Rollings-
Rev. Francis J. Davidson pa.-torof drusgisls: of Enterprise, Ala "He Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement.: All businenatransacted
fully provided and scientists began!
head released. One
were men
the St. Matthew BiptNr church and had ii' ed various: patent |>re[<&ra'ioud promptly.
their labors The familiarity
auspiciously. r
bad been 1l1tre.ated.ARRESTS .
of these men with the country, preMtlentof the Third District Bapti-t and been treated by i'lij>icUtir> without 10-17 H. E. TAYLOR, CIl hler.

MAY NOW FOLLOW natives and dialects. fitted them for Association, t7Sl! Second St.\ New Or- any permanent benefit. A few

the work. lean!, writes as follows: I have u$>erCbamberla'u'.s months ago he commenced taking The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing Co.

Investigation Into Charges Against "The St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences Colic, Cholera and Chamberlain's C.lhCholera] and

Manhattan Postoffice Department cooperated and every available! Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps anti Diarrhoea Remedy and in a short

b New York. April Investigation means at its disposal was providedThe pains and the stomach and found i it excellent. time was entirely cured. Many citizens Gainesville, Fla.

into the charges made against the expedition accomplished its object It i fa iu fact the best cramp : of Enterprise who know the

Manhattan postofflce department is and Messrs. Bogoras and Jochel and colic remedy I have ever u-edAlio gentleman will testify to the truthful-
Mid to have advanced to the point son are in New York making the col High Grade FertilizersEspecially
several of my purittiioner haveiistd hess of thi" statement. For sale by
that arrests will come. Secret service lection ready for exhibition.
it with equally satisfactory! the .\IIti. lonnJ oly Drug tftore. in
men have arrived here from Washing.
results." For sale by the Anti M m-
ton and Joined the detectives who have adapted to Florida soils and products. Special
been secretly pushing the Inquiry for ewae ei Ci:.::e: s ir Catarrh; That poly Drug Store. iu PIONEER CITIZEN DEAD.
Brands for Fruits Potatoes Melons Cotton Lettuce Cukes
--- ,
the past five days. The newcomers Coataia Mercary,

aTe under orders from First Assistant will the HIS LAST SUM WORKED. Capt. Hilliard, of Waycross, BreathesHis Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price 51.00
as mercury surely destroy
Postmaster General Wynne and a Last per 50-pound sack .
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Washington despatch says they were sense of ernell and completely derangethe William Vallance, Famous Lightning Waycross Ga., April 14.-Captain

to hold themselves in readiness to whole system when entering it Calculator, Is Dead. Cuyler \Milliard. of Densmore, Fla., highest ('Ui'oh Trice Paid For Dry Hom"

make one or more arrests under quick through the mucous surfaces. Such Trenton, N. J., April 14.-William died Sunday morning about 9 o'clock W. C.JotIord, .' ('nt. O'l\la.I'la

advice. It is impossible to get any Valiance, the famous lightning calcu and was burled at Kettle Creek cemetery -

expression of opinion from present or articles should never be used excepton lator, who could do any sum in methe near Wa>.cross, Monday morning

former oftldals. Postmaster Vancett prescriptions from reputable physicians matical calculation mentally and without Captain Hilliard was one of the pioneer 14liT.UH.lSIUn YEAUS..

eould not be seen and Mr. Morgan simply as the damage they will do is an Instant's hesitation, is dead, citizens of this place. and moved

said "nothing new." ten fold to the good ;you can possibly aged 30 years. About a week ago from here to Florida! in 1879. He HAHHE BROTHERS'CASH

The investigation started here 1Jxpected derive from them Hall's Catarrb he was taken to the state hospital suffering was a captain in one of the companies -

to spread to other cities. Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cneney with a severe mental strain. believed of the Twenty-sixth Georgia regIment MAIL ORDER HOUSE

to be the result of his work and made a fine record as a
& Co., Toledo, 0:, contains no mercury -
James Howard's Trial.FnnkforL with figures. soldier and officer.

Ky.. April 14.-Counsel and is taken internally, acting Valiance could dupMcate the feats After the war he held several offices I Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

for directly upon the blood and mucous of honor and to this He.
James Howard on trial for the of any of the lightning calculatorsand trust county.

third time for the murder of William surfaces of the system In buying then beat them all by stating in had many friends and relatives here Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wra. J. Lemp

Goebel. filed on the opening of court Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get stantly any desired date in historyHe He leaves a widow and several children !- Brewing Go's St. Louis Beer.

today a written motion demanding a the genuine. It ia taken internallyand could not tell how he knew history, among whom are Mrs. J. W.

opy of the "confession and evidence" made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. but woald rattle off fact after fact Clough and Mrs. John C. McDonald

r E tlven before the grand jury by Henry Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. without ever making a mistake.He of Waycross. 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla'

Toutaey who Is serving a life sentence Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bot could give instant answers tc .
Frank such
as accessory. Attorney questions as multiplying 389,481by Makes A Clean Sweep,
fin. for the commonwealth denied that tle.Hall's 4.641. Feats in algebra was his -
Family Pills are the best. There's like
Toutsey had ever made a confessIon delight nothing doing a thing

to of him the grand and refused Jury proceedings.to give his notes The I "Get R'ch Quick" Concerns Raided thoroughly.ever heard of Of Bucklen's all the Arnica Halves Salve: you .......................... !

I International Agricultural Congress
aurt overruled the motion. Chicago. April 14.-Detectives raid! ia the t est. It sweeps away and
Rome. April 14.-The
Agricultural congress was inauguratedat ed four alleged "get-rich-quick" con. cures Bcrns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, i
New American Bond. and arrested three thE I i
Indemnity the capitol today before King Vic cerns men on Boil, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and

Pekln. April 14.-The new American tor Emmanuef and Queen helena charge of conducting gambling resorts Piles. It's only 25c, and guaranteedto

indemnity bond stipulates that the pay The concerns were the Chicago Crescent J
About 1.300 delegates were present /give( satisfaction by Anti-Mou-
neat shall be in the equIH lent of gold company. the Chicago Mail Order .
The American representative. Dr. Daniel opoly Drug Store, and Tydings & Co. The Florida Times-Union f
dollars: at the rate of exchange provided E. Salmon. chief of the UnitedSta.te union. the Star Distributors- :

for in tfie protocol, which, according Union and the Montana Mining Loar druggists. inFamous .
bureau of animal industry andHe.lr -
to the American and Investment The first
interpretation oS company.
E. Alvord chief of the
) DairyDivision Horse Trainer Dying. : :
the protocol, makes It practically a sil three are said to be controlled by Harry REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.DAILY .
of the United States
New York, April 14.-Orrin Hickok,
TT bond. The bonds of the ether na. Altizer the last by John J. Jacobs. ANt Sl'SDAY.
Cons of agriculture have not yet ar taken the trotting horse trainer and drive-, One :Month postage paid S 60 .
specify that the payment be in Altizer was into custody oul 1
rived. Th the equivalent of gold at the rates 01 Jacobs could not be found. W. L S Six Months postage paid .... .' 3.00 1
dent of the congress. in an opening said to be near death Is in a san ..
exchange prevailing oathe dates otie Troskline and J. T. GIttings appearedto One Year, postage paid 6.00 -
speech criticised the ultrapoteetionism Cleveland 0. It Hie ;
payments. be in charge of the place and were Itariiun en was O. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $1 50 A YEAR.
of certain American coaatrles'and placed under arrest. kok whodrove St Julien when he made :semi-Weekly Edition Six Months $ ..50SemiWeekly j

TO Investigate Reported Plague. said he foresaw. that their attitude tis world's record of 2.11U. for which Edition One Year 1.00 .

would change with increase 01 he trained the horse three years -
Topeka, Kan., April 14.-Dr. Charles
ksvry, secretary of the state board oealth. their pcpu'ttions to the averag o-- fire at vaiaosiTvamosta Hickok received his education as a All! communications and remittances! ,juld be addressed to 1

h those of European! countries. Ga.. April 14.-The trainer and driver in California. He is
: ,
IctestiKate the report that several rail. Strike Satisfactorily Settled. ery store of T. F. )Mathls in this city about 70 years of age. | j

1_ i tt>ai laborers are victims of the bu was gutted by fire Saturday evening 5
Saratoga N. Y., April 14.-Carpenters
bonlc plague. A tramp hired to work The origin of the fire, which started ir.: Slipped and Broke Thigh.
with joiners. painters, paper bangers, I of the Torontoa, Ont., April 14.-Sir Arthur
is not known
a section gang recently starteda the rear store, SUBSCRIBE IS.
decorators, masons, brick layers and i
Ijowat, governor general of Ontario i
disease which quickly killed nine I The valuable stock of goods is almosta
plasterers who nave been on a strike and
In his bedroom last night
tIlen. The surrounding territory Is in total loss but there Is not a great slipped
are all at work again today the strike broke his thigh. The shock to his
trlet quarantine. One physician pro. having terminated satisfactorily to deal of damage to the store whIch ia feared be serious. IS.SSI..ISI..U....
touncea the plague black smallpox. 11'i ___14...._ la the heart of the business section. system will, it Is ..... .



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Paying the Premiums. MOSS BLUFF NEWS I Willing to Exchange Properties. Another Stetson Organ. i It is the right of every child '

-- To the Editor ot the Ocala Banner. Jult'l It Stetson is have I I to be well born and to the -
MARTEL, FLA., April 15. to a newspaper P arel). S it must look for
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Eater services were: held IU the The representatives of Ocala in her in order! to conilut the seufi- parents

As a matter, of information to parties Cougregat; church here Suudty. rrquFSt by petition asking! the county went atr-tinst him which Rev. J. C. 1 V

interested I ask space in jour D. R. LeU i wife and children from :onuui.liuut'r whether or not said Porter of lliH. Bap'M IVitue1 is err- : RCSpO-r -V

aper to state that I Lave received Piuckunl, Ala, who h"ve been visit l*>dy would sell the public squire to tiling over the,state ugaiust the foun- \ \ 1 I "
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from President Gaitskill the following i1gfr.:: Ijfwis1 brother fur the past the United States government to tier of-Sit-iin;: University. N'unefew" responsibility, and how important that \i U llfJ :::' J

cash premiums awarded to citizensof ten da\s, have returned home. \\ hills erect s court home and postoflicethrreon davs sine the announcement was G rea I no taint of disease is left in the blood
to be transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the most
Marion county by the otlicial1 of ber"Ir., Lewis but iu good tune and if so \to fix a price for it, Made from Jmi"vill to Pie eflVi pitiable suffering, and marking its little body with offensive j I

S the state fair held in Lake City, Fla., fi. hing of winch sport\ he i is very fond. in their presentation of the matterto that a Hiptisf p
to-wit; His:! best luck: for tine day was two the board nta spviMiil!' : meeting held established at that pi tt'e. Word! nowL'OIIIt'4 I swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity. I'I
How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach :
L. P. Miller, best! bushel velvet hundred jn'rch and fifteen trout. Up April 14, assumed that such a safe! from that city to the etIVot themselves for bringing so much misery into the world ? If you have I 1

beans................................$ 2 00 to seven years ago )1 r. Lewis:! was a based upon speculation contemplative that the paper has been contrasted. any disease lurking in your system, how can you expect well developed, : i
D. H. Irvine second best He i healthy children ? Cleanse own blood and build up your health and j
resident of Marion coutry. thinks i matters'not yet realized would for and that it will be one of fie best your
bushel of peanuU..................... 1 00 i you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures I I
Florida has made /great strides in be a good business! transaction (for the publications in the It aim I and
t-ute. is all to posterity made
J. R. BlackUton, best Florida of life, but have discharged a duty parents owe ;
agriculture iu the past seven jearsand : county, and one of said! representatives stated that the I bf fed mankind healthier and happier. I j
colt under one year old. .......... 10 (00) I (paper( is to by
There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn blood :
exhibit i is thinking very seriously of based! upon extensive observation Mr. Stetson
Mrs. J. J. Tillis, best t and there are excellent troubles as S. S. S. It searches out even hereditary ;

vegetables and fruits........... 200 returning. gave it as his opinion that the reasons for believing that this is! the .. poisons, and removes every taint from the blood, .

preserved Miss Susie Lewis, of Ozark, Ala., court house can be removed intact as case. As a matter of course this statement and builds up the general health. If weaklingsare I

... 50 is also vis-itiug her brother, Mr. John a building at a nominal cost, provid- is to he denied but the facts growing up around you, right the wrong by I
Mrs. J. J. Thug, best jar preserved putting them on a course of S. S. S. at once. It is

pears........................... 50 T. Lewis ded the streets are wide enough, and will appear as soon as the paper has I a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects, and can be taken

t Mrs. J. Tillis! best jar preserved Mr. George mount, of Green Cove they are, and the county cOIl1wi tiion- been in circulation for any length of by both old and young without fear of any bad results. t

figs............... . ....... 50 Springs, was visiting friends here ers having jtostponed action iu the time.-Tampa Tribune.You Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and help you. f
( This will cost you nothing, and we will also send our book on blood and
Mrs. J. J. Tillis: best green Saturday premises until their by meeting ----- --- -- I
skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. G. j
corn canned in glass. .......... 1 00 know what you are taking. I
J. R. Batten was in Ocala Tuesday. as an individual member of the
Mrs. H. W Long, best bottle When you take Grove's Tasteless:; 1

[ pepper faauce..... ..................... 75 Van P. Williamson of Brooksville, board, I would respectfully submit to Chill Tonic because the formula is -- --- - --- -- -

Mrs. J. D. McDutly, best! jar was visiting here Saturday. all parties! interested, that in case the plainly printed 1 s s z szs szs sszszs szs szsssssss si5?

canned peaches........................ 50 Crops are all looking well although representatives of Ocala will arrangeto on every bottle showing ::
that it i U simply Iron and Quinine FLORIDA ROBBER STAMP WORKSManufacturers
Mrs. Thomas dexton, best the dry spell has damaged the beans secure a good! and sufficient deed of

tray cover..... .. .................. 11 00 somewhat. conveyance of the ,"cluare known as. in a tailt'les1furw. No Cure, Xo Pay of Sear, Itiibhcr Slainp*. Stencil, Anlo. 1:1 .
Mr:!, Gauasby! best sofa pillar 1 00 Price 50 cents. graph; Slump* rued Supplies.! Any style made! to ordertit" I 1.
Miss! Trautham, best point J. T. Lewis, N. L. :Fort and J. R. the John F. Dunn Park, to the county hours. Special attention to mail order

Jace handkerchief.................. 1 (10 Batten have shipped a good many and place the court house intact For Rent. When in the city give us a call }Q

.' Mrs. A. A. Vogt, best! drawn beans already. Prices realized w> far upon such part of paid park as maybe Furnished residence with S rooms 224 MainSlreel.' .liirktomillr, I'la. 5ITS

work, child's dress...... ...... 1 00 I the board and five blocks from
are very satisfactory: netting about designated by duplicate court house: good Inca 25252lli'2S? '25'25ZS25 2525i5Z52525x
Mrs. T. D. Lancaster, best insertion
$2 crate. the fence that is around the tion, cistern ,
per or water. AddressP.
and edging ........ 50 -- -
s < Mrs. L. J. Haisley, best two Griggs and Batten are kept very court house! square by placing such a O. box 300 city. 417 3t

'; pounds home made butter. 1 00 busy! with theirsawmill. fence around this square known a:?! ---------
We were favored with call from
Mrs. L. J. Haisley, best fruitcake Fort and Tillis are hauling some Dunn's Park, and provided the peopleof

. . .......... ........ .. 1 00 Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala
very tine timber to the river for the the county are in favor of it, I .,J '
Mrs. E. S. best Banner. ., .'!:
Upham, glass Unfortunately, for us, we
I ;.a .
Jacksonville market. will most such
guava jelly............... .......... 50 I cheerfully support a did not see him. The reader, of the ,?
Mrs. E.S. Upham, best quince Mr. J. A. Pittmau, of Ocala, attended measure of deeding the public squareof Times will remember that 'Ii'"', .C: Censtipatuon tit
Editor .'
presenes...... ........................... 50 the Christian! church here Sunday. Ocala for the purpose aforesaid. ,I.\.<'tt'if..J : / wAkEs t'a3
Harris refused to he ;
nominated for 1
Mrs. 8. Lovell, best jar pre Luther Sellers and J. H. Driggers, H. W. Loxu. Ulousnes:! ,

served plums............ .......... 50 __._ ._ __h'_ the office of governor of Florida preferring and B..ld Complexions
of Ocklawaha, were visitors here
Miss Jessie A. Owens! best How a Brirht Editor Wrote up an the permanent joys of the ; 1
Sunday. 1lJW are rer' ,m to rp..lt. Then .ahere's ur beauty?
green tomato pickle ......... 50 Elopement.An editorial chair to the I yi
transitory ones 'I 1\61'P the ..em In :3o-t order by taking
sy ;
H. P. after
Mrs. Griggs, .
Miss Jessie A. Owens, Urgent I a'ery occurred '
elopement at
; recently found in the
governor's seat of oflice.Sarasota .
collection, fruit jellies and pleasant visit, to her parents at De / 1 f U LIVER PILLSS.S.
Morriston! N. J. The details of the Times. .1MOI
vegetables in jars.................... 5) 00 Land, returned home a few days ago. IT I 1'1 ,It
aflair were interesting, but they are T J ANDTONIC PELLETS f
t a ADIEU.BUSY Senator Carson of 0 .
>ceola is .,
Total amount. .. . .. $32 25 not to be compared with the manner < beiug 21 : roof blood, good digestion and good heaun vi nerp
BELLEVIEW.Mr. spoken of as an aspirant for
3 I have forwarded checks to the in which the Morriston correspondentfor congressional : the roses m your cheeks Ramon's Liver Pills and

above stated parties for the several the New York World describedthe honors from the Second district 1 { Tonk Pellets gently assist nature. Free uxpte: .1.0: i

Wells and daughter, after a Senator Carson is an able man tuuki at dealers or wni& to
affair. Instead of
amounts awarded. writing a dry 1
a Ileaaut'isit in town, left last week and should he decide to enter the I BROWN MFO. CO.
of the this
President Gaitskill closed his letter report elopement, corre-
for :St. Augustine, where Mrs. Wells race he ,could make it I I New York andQreeneville
containing check with the admonition pj>ondent took his pen iu hand and exceedinglyinteresting
has been! in the hospital for several for Barrs ,
of Duval and j >
't "Be patient and ask no questions finally sent over the wires the following Trnn, fi
weeks.A Alexander of Volu ia, who are already II'
s' ," which leads me to anticipatethe graphic description ; .Sunie
jolly crowd went to North Lake candidates .
!>* -Tampa Tribune
wherewith to pay our county Hulbert young/ and fair, with hazel I
aturdayfora"Ifsb; fry", I they were
premiums in the sweet bye and bye. eyes and golden hair, ro,'ebud mouth The Kuj-tis!\ Lake Region says that I
joined at the lake by parties from Can.
H. W. Loxa. and dimpled cheekher whole appearance iU
I rll\'oition| to build H hard road
dler and Ocala. Messrs.;: Joe Whise-
sweet aud meek has left
down the centre of the ,
: What Caught the Eye of a Drummer naut.lTell Jones and Eugene Hardi- the town with young Frank Dey a i' I To the Editor of Jacksonville.:, Gainesville,
the Ocala Banuer. son and a negrohelper went fishing
youth of aspirations!' high, but barely .
Lt-esburg Eu-ti Orlando
and -
In the course of business I stoppedfor on Thursday and camped out Friday - -- --
old (enough towed ; so village gossipall Kissimmee
a few hours at a small station near! night having a nice pile oC IL-h awaiting have said. She's sweet he is everywhere meeting |II| .......""" ...-....."""' -.. '..........-..............

ti: Ocala called York. As I had not the Mcuicers when they arrived.A sixteen with popular f..\'or. I II IIThe !r.I ,
twenty-one, and now they're dodgingpa I
: until then heard of the
possibilities of
few clouds after dinner
shortly : and gun ; for yester night they ran last issue of "Freedom," printed

'.10 that section, I was surprised to find frightened the majority how but a by the Posts, is largely devoted to I O
the 3TRJ53 I
i away, riding on dapple gray. A I & C
trucking so far advanced, and carried few remniued until after supper when church affair was in full swing and an exposition of the colossal frauds of ens Ii
tl' I
L with much
t on so intelligence. I did
they drove to Freemannelle and the
postal department: in which
>r> Frank said, 'It's the very thing; we'll a
not have but a limited time to
danced for
awhile before
starting great high officials have 1
many their f
shake the town this very tight, and I II
I. go did not see anything but those\ .
: home by moonlight. give the old folks; quite a fright.' So I robes in danger of being badly toiled. [
55 f' places which were in the immediate Mr. Daniel! cyiers, of Island Grove i' !I WHOLESALE I
' they went the which
upon nag paused
! vicinity of the station. Among them, spent Sunday in town. Germany it having canons capturedin I
with plough aud drag, and that's
I noted in particular the tine cucumber Mrs. Gale and children left Monday war melted into church bells.
the reason he's so mad!-it's knocked i
patch owned by Mr. S. F. Jones for Ocala to spend a few days: with That's a rood idta. Cerjaiuly the
him out of farm work bad. Susie's w
i cS and the tomato field of J. J. Calhouu Mr. (Sale. sound of church bells i is more melodious

I & Co. They havo also a very fine lot Mr. O. A. Turner has gone to Jacksonville grandmamma sajs she'll all forgive iftbey'll !' that the roar of canons. !
: I return and with her live. She's I ,
of cucumbers and cantaloupes, butthey I
on business. Mrs. Sarah A. Mott !
f sent that word to !all near by, but up representingthe

f ; are particularly s-uccessful in Mr. T. C. Hall, of Oealu, was in to date has no reply from either Sue W. S. Reeve Publishing Co is in I n

bringing on tomatoes, as I must say town Wednesday! and his son Troy or Mr. Dey." the city and is stopping at the Ie- OOAL.ll LORIA.,
that their tomatoes far
are in advanceof
spent| Sunday here. \Yeee hou+a.31r .

anything I have seen in this part of The children rendered an interesting Horticultural Society's Excursion T. H. Haley -ana--family are to- I!

the state and I have taken particular Easter program Sunday evening, The annual meeting will be l-el.l! in day moving into the Anthony house C C;] -i =

notice of the vegetable crop, as that is and Rev. Mr. Cuuner, pastor: of the Miami May 5,6 and excursion just vacated by :Mrs. Reedy. fOur

connected with my business.I Methodist church preached an excellent tickets good May 3-11-may be takenin IS

understand that there are truck sermon. by any responsible white person of NOTICE. I Specialties :

1 farms little farther from the railroad Mrs. J. C.ilWilliams and family, of either sex. Simply send one dollar to ]
there than I visited that : la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof s
are quite Ocala have moved into their recently the secretary, post oilice box 224, Flonda, in and for Marion
county in
1 S their equal, but, as I have already purchased property, the old Mason Jacksonville, Fla and he will mail Chancery. i i r

mentioned, my stay was limited, and place. you a certificate of membership, good Amanda I.. Bullock with the joinder of her Strauss' Royal Reserve
however much I wisbed husband, Robert Bullock Annie F. Townsendand I I
I did
I cot getto Mrs. F. for one which will I.I
E. Buckley who has been year secure you her husband Ira A. Townsend, B. Godwin & I.

tee them. Until the present they ill is now recovering. Jo n. the low rates, rail and hotel, free excursion and D. D. French and John French
have had facilities a minor,by his next friend. A. E. White. 4 FULL QUARTS, $3.50 DELIVERED.Strauss
very poor for .
{ Concerning Spiritualism. at Miami and a copy of the plaintiffs, David \Vaddell. Defend
shipping, but there is to be a decided ant.
elegant yearbook when issued. Rates
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner ,

improvement this season, and that I do not think it very commendable one cent a mile each way on the G. To YOU David ARE Waddell HEREBY: REQUIRED TO AP- I to
will act as a very decided pear to the bill of complaint filed herein i I
encouragement to publish articles which inveigh 8. & 1and F. E. C., one and one- against you in above entitled cause on or before

to this industry. I intend to entirely against spiritualism and at half cents on the other roads. A rare Ttif First Monday in June. .4. D l#j. 76" r arylal1d h..

keep my eye on this place and will to It is further ordered that this order be
the same time refuse to publish truths opportunity tee; the most! interesting lished once a week for four consecutive weeks pub:
keep you informed as to its progress.! and novel of Florida. m the Ocala Banner, a newspaper published in
-truths of which I part
am positively Marion County Florida.
DKUMMEK.: Witness my hand and official seal this the nth Rye
knowing to.We Presides With Credit. day of April, A. D. 1903. i 1ti
all S T. Si5TRL OC. ,
Brown's Candidacy agreeable diversons R. B.
Mr. Bullock, of Marion, the speaker Plaintiffs BCLLOCK: Clerk Circuit Court. 121
The exclusive announcement in the sometimes and I think if the Rev. Dr. Attorney. 4 16>>
i pro occupied the chair while
". Tribune of yesterday of the candidacy : HAldeman will follow up those evil Mr. Gibbons was on the floor and NOTICE. 4 FULL QUARTS, $6.00 DELIVERED. I

of C. M. Brown, of Ocala, for Gover'r spirit suggestions! he will come back a acquitted himself with and I
nor will create a stir throughout the wiser man. No gospel teacher will Notice of Application for Tax Deed under Section _
I'redit.Talll.ha correspondent: S of Chapter 4558, Laws of Florida. _
state. Mr. Brown is an able and emphasize the lie towards another of Jacksonville Metropolis. NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. C. I

popular man, and will doubtless the same fraternity and ask God in dated, purchaser of Tar Certificates Xo. RJ c handle everything f
develop 046 947 the 6tn day of August, A. D. IQOO, pertaining to a first class 1'
Prof. Herrick prophesies that the has filed said certificate in my office and has
much strength. He will at his goodness to sustain him in his made application for tax deed to issue in accord- : Saloon and having a wholesale license I
.: incriminations Mississippi! i ( Valley will become, afterit ance with law. Said certificate embraces the i can el!
least and thus
enjoy the the
distinction of running give lie following described property situated fn' :Ma
4 against the most popular and, prob- to facts not at all improbable because is! freed from malaria, "the richest non Southwest county"I Honda juarter,of to-wit.southeast: quarter and Any Quantity and Ship in One Shipment. f

and most pro.perous're ion in the south half of northwest quarter section S,!township Price Lists !
ably, the strongest public man in they are gradually being lifted out 15, range 20 on application.

Florida-Bob Davis-Tampa Tribune. from their expositions of their false United States." And to rid it of The said land being assessed at the date of the

beliefs by spiritualism and spirit malaria is to rid it of the mosquito. known.issuance and of such Harris certificates Blackman.in the name of un Orders filled promptly same day as received '

There seems to be Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according 'I. '
the poll tax no apprehensionthat medium. It makes the galded jade Speaking of Sims: the bank clerk on the 23rd to law day,tax ol May deed, 1903.will be issued thereto Remember we are the only Wholesale Liquor

prerequisite for wince. XR.\Y. farmer, the Atlanta Journal asks, If Witness my official signature and seal this Dealers in Marion county.
the nth day of April, t
voting will be repealed Dunnellon Fla. April 13. (seal] t903S.. m
farming on borrowed capital ? T,SISTRt'XK.
pays 4-16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. FU 1$ 25S5SEaSS5S ra.WZ'J fb.
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: THE OCALA B-\ K'XEIL APRIL 17, V\10'::; I

.. ft
::JI''i" ---a. AX ORDINANCE
. and Don't :Know it. : TRUNKS I IDo
Tells How and Why the Struggle Was The Relation to Tre-j-a.-aiiif!; on 1'utltd

How To Find Out. Prolonged. Property, Streets, Mdewalks; and to
I" GlVEt REAL TESTSaid you trrvel? loyou wauta jcood ,trunk ? !
pill a bottle or common glass with your I I Cz.mbridge.la.ss.., April 13.General We have a lot of good trunks that we will Kegulat (he u-.e of the t
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a Len Vitjoen bjc&nd: !ln commandof oiler at penal low prices while they last. OcalaFurniture I Be it Ordained ty the City Council of

I sediment or set-. I the Coer army. lectured upon some the City of Ocula:
r tlingthdicatesarb To Be Faster Boat Than A Good Metal Trunk $2.00A I
I of the phases of the South African Sfctiou 1. That from and after the

m l unheahhyond.tlon: cf the kidjl I Predecessors.WON conflict before the Harvard union last Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00 [iit..sage of this ordinance it feliall I'd
(/W A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00
; jl r.eys: if it Etains night. He received a most enthusi-1 Leather buuutl lira.'t trimmed truuka at proportional unlawful for any person or irwU9 top

W.' .. your linen it is astic greeting. I dare! '
{trices.AUo ( or e311-v !I" Ill' pUml, or "
evidence of kidney RACE FROM SHAMROCK .1. This his first leCure in this I valises and
rU was traveling bans' Company
61: to rfiuuiu i ia front of hU or their
I trouble: too country. lie related his exp iences These are all HUi BAKUAIXSami w*' have
'\ I m1ruhi.e>, upon the sidewalk! or
\ desire
Ii ,; frequent to
21 Handicap Allowance of Older Craft with a small force in prolonging the other bargains: at
:. t-. pass it or pain in fight against the British an.**.hen crit A !oUt't'l!! of O'ala, any men-hindls,

: -- ---- ths back b also Said To Have Been Ten Minutes- icised :the British army, saying its S M I IT H S Kood, show-eases, barrel, wagon,
convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder AT OCALA FLORIDA{
.. are out of order. British Yachtsmen Highly Pleased hief fault was the lack of independence 1 ia1 t., iiiiiiilni-.es, carriages or other

He said that .. \'t'III..It> xrhk-les of dcsfriritiontuix
: What to Do. With New Boat : of the soldier. 1-- ---- ---- --- or any

There is comfort in the knowledge so without au officer to command the M \' i--,rrel3 or Lose u.-ed as rt-:

often Root expressed.the great kidney that Dr.remedy Kilmer's fulfills Swamp-ever ihe Weymouth lust real, contest April 13 between-The course the two foi Ink ILOst wee of:the absolutely officers were helpless little and better that 1"!''I"'r't"f""l'" ;" " ;" " ;" " "!"I11t"!',,!- ptaHm t Ia y ordaiuui; ('.r e;garbage Provided, as, however is required, that

wish 'n curing rheumatism pain in the Shamrocks under strict racing conditions than the privates for scores of them .-
itierchhMta ami others
back kidneys, liver. bladder and every part may occupy
It was altered today to one of 31 who were captured were found to be -.. andpaekagt'
of the urinary passage. corrects inabilityto with articles:: of merchaadi
hold water and scalding pain in pass'igit. miles instead of 42 miles as announced unable to da: such a simple thing as -
of the and
:! parts btrcrts
cook their als. lie said the Britl l I
or bad effects following use of liquor. yesterday. The starting line was m
wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant off! Portland. thence easterly to a mark ish soldier could not shoot having side-walks for the purpose of loading

necessity cf being compelled tc go often off Lulworth Cove back across the little or no knowledge of firearms. In \ FINEST MILLINERY !I in and unloading their vehicle for such

during the day. and to get up many times Weymouth Kay to a mark off Port rushing one camp and capturing it, the i rea-oual time as mav im-e&sary forso

during the night. The mild and the extra- land and thence home twice around Boers found the soldiers were shoot -- doing, and in such manner a-t not
effect of Swamp.Root is
ordinary soon The handicap allowance of the Sham. ing at a 1.200-yard range throughoutthe to obstruct or the of
impede course
stands the highest for its :12::
realized.t! won- You are rt"lu..tt.d| to view Mr!. L. T. Tompkiub
derful cures of the most distressing cases. rock I was not officially declared- prior time the Boers were creeping up. :: enernl (opetiin; of Pattern Hats today from 2 )p. m.Thf travel thereon :
S 1 need a medicine should have the to the start but it was understoodto lie said the Boers lived on whatever
if you you U'liesare sure to find a pleasing and beautiful Provided further, licen>ed auc-
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1!. sizes. be 10 minutes. they captured from the British army r..- EASTER HAT. Individuality is a feature of 15f tioneers be theIay"r
may permitted
You may have a sample bottle cf this A fine, fresh, west-southwest breeze and for nine months went without nvie( ami FlegaIIt.e.ou will find this idea a :::: by
) to sell on the streets such artl-
wonderful discoveryand ::1 of sufficient strength to cause the salt. ppMcitltyand H favorite rule. From 2 1'. III. Tuesday :::

a book hat tells j..1"......., !: .. ::: yachts under dub top sails to heel In conclusion, General Vitjoen said -:: until E*-ter fur flue Pattern Hal at clesof (property as will not interfere

L, more about it,both sent :n'I !..", I over over to make: fast sailing was England had promised to give them -- with, or impede, the use. of uch t-trett

absolutely free by mail, __ fair treatment and later what would ly the public
blowing as the two Shamrocks

Co.address, Biaghamton! Dr. Kilmer N. Y.& When Homo ot writing Swamp-Root men ntuvert-d: icr position.; During this be practically freedom. At presentthe \ MRS. L. T. TOmPKINS. Any person or persons violating the !

tion reading this generous offer In this paper.. jockeying the Shamrock III proved Boers were merely a conquered m provisions! of this section bhall, upon

both faster and handier people in the wrost of poverty. I1said *! m* i-ouvictiou thereof
and Captain l Corner South :Magnolia Street and Ft \vrnue OP\lu.lI. I.nlilon. suh'e! be rmnifhcd' by a
-GOVERNOR' -- AFTER TRUSTS. \Vringe had easily the best of the the reason the war lasted for two -- -- fine not exceeding $>0.w, or by imprisonment -

start. The preparatory signal was years after the Doers' case became s.-. -
-- not exceeding thirlyIla"s.
given at 9:55 and before thE hopeless was because they were cut .- -
New Jersey Executive Forcibly Dis. a. in., just .
off from outside communication

Chicago solves Hundreds April 13.-A of Concerns.dispatch to both starting yachts gun stayed was fired by the at outer 10 o'clock mark were looking for a LaFayette or a J'', ll, 1 '.' ..1,. '. '. ..1 ''i1, .'..1J&'il'.i.1., &" ,' '. ,. i1'i1'' Se ;lion two: No huckster, peddler,

boat. The Shamrock I the Dewey to turn: up to aid them in their storekeeper, merchant or other personbhall
The Record-Herald from Trenton N. being to _. .
----- -- ---
weather of the challenger drew out fight. -- occupy any portion of any public -
J, says:
Governor Franklin Murphy's annual and was two or three lengths ahead as! -- -'- square, street, or side-walk for the

proclamation. farclblv dissolving those they bore away for the run. The starting GENERAL: DAVIS REPORTS. purpose belling offering for sale,
under times were
trusts and corporam/iis orgar.-.zsa1 : or displaying: any goods, wares or
the laws of the state WPh have Shamrock III 10:00:08: ; Shamrock I. Official News Comes of the Recent _._- -- -
its heretofore
'tis been Battle With Mores. provided
not paid their annual tax 10:00:23.

sent to the printers. The yachts quickly squared away, Wa::h>:'.igtou, April 13.-General Da. lJy-pedai license.!

Nine hundred and twenty-seven con set spinnakers and the new boat im I vis hao cabled the following report ol Any person. violating the provisionsof

cerns. capitalized in the aggregate at mediately opened out, constantly in Captain Pershing's attack upon the Moro Cuisine First Class. Hates Reasonable. this bectiou shall UJHIU conviction,

J239.000.000. are affected. creasing her lead from her openingas foitiess at Bacclogo: be fined not less than two dollars, nor

ADD NEW JERSEY DECISIONThe they ran towards I.ulworth Cove. Manila. April 11, 8:23: ; a. m.-Adjutant more than 525.00/ or irupriaounl

proclamation this year is in The wind remained fresh and steady General Washington: Illigan Refurrjisrjed TQroug out. Special Rates by Month. not exceeding: ten days, for each

marked contrast with those of former and the racers made excellent sailing April 11: In pursuance of my ordeis oilense.

years in that it snuffs out of legal life as they ran across on the first leg ol based upon the recommendation ol Section 3. It shall be unlawful for

nearly double the number of cOrporations the course. Shamrock I followed in General Samuel I... Summers, Captain _
any person, or persons to |*ruiita
of any previous year and the authorized the wake of the challenger but was John J. Pershing started last Monday 1-

capitalization of the defunct unable to hold her, the Shamrock fit for exploration of the west coast of! ::\l1 S. TIIOS. ,f. B.VKXKS, Pit ) P. horse or horses, or other animal, vehicle

Lake Lanao. He visited many of the -- or vehicles:: in his! or her charge, i
concerns Is five times as great as in spinning out all along the line. In -

previous years. 20 minutes' running the challengei dattcs per invitation. The Bacolod to stop or remain upon the side-walk,

Moro have persistently defied us ---- ---- ----- and shall
While the figures seem amazing gained 2 minutes. The times were: no person groom, curry,

they do not actually represent any Shamrock III 10:22:30: ; Shamrock 1 since we reached the lake and have \lcl tR and JIA CIA } \ ---- -- --- :, wash: or wallow a horse or noms or

peat amount of invested capital. The 10:24:35.: kept war flags flying over their forts t ii' other animal in his or her charge, upon -

great tulk of the charters voided are Dropping their spinnakers the boats which were reported the strongest on ._--....: -c- -.. i any street or side-walk or permit

of companies that were organized to luffed and came on the wind for thE the lake. Repeated efforts were mad .oe.a____.. ..-.-. --.--.. ..-.. Remember the same to be done.

float some project or other and were beat to windward across the bay towards to induce the sultan to come to Cam! .: '. $:.-&} & f-ri&5. of the ,
,. & Any person violating any
Vicars for talk but he :
friendly ney i /f;
ttBSUCN 6Sf 111. Portland. A couple of long ** .*
'" -.
@.gggg ---- provisions of this section shall!
'$ bt.puo. i
er Caine. When Captain Pershing approached # ::0- --- -
legs were sailed and the challenger -- -- -- --
going handsomely lifted to windward the fort last Monday he was ished upon conviction, by M fine not !
FRIEND'S.Stated .
through the smooth water. Before fired upon and two men were peverelj FUNERAL \\TE CAN sell :you the exceeding S10.00 or imprisonment not I

Canfield Will Not Suffer they had gone halfway to the mark wounded. There was nothing let exceeding ten days, either or both ia

that the Shamrock III was a mile ahead and but to overcome the resistance. The I : smallest article or a the discretion of the court.
New York.Heavily April In the 13.-Richard A. dead to the windward.The place was very strong and wa surrounded DIRECTORS. I 'j,:, carload of anything pertaining Section, It shall be unlawful for
by a. ditch 30 feet deep. ThE
Canfield! charged with running a gambling breeze freshened a little and i any person to clean or was-h any
both yachts traveled fine first attack drove the defenders out ol ;i Hardware Iron "
house will return from Europe at a pace : to wagon, hack or carriage or other ve
the challenger apparently in the exterior trench. On April 8 the -II tui'ulitijctol Ooinni,(; nieu, alld tinSQ" "" i
within according to one of revelling hide of the fide-
a month streets
(ion any or
his intimate friends and business as the stronger wind. fort was assaulted and the ditch cross of ivery deieriptlon Special tttentloi i I Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite 'j:
walks in the limits.
When the yacht turned the mark oft ed under fire over a bamboo bridge ptldtobarlfcliervlcei.Embalming. i city

locla teiJ. Portland the Shamrock III had lead made by the troops. The walls 011 ;! Lime, Cement, Stoves. Any person violating the provisions
lie that he will a to Order. ''I
cave expects to stand they trial say in this city In of over 6 minutes in less than 12 the fort were scaled; the Moros Inside I : ::1 of this section shall upon conviction

miles' sailing. defending the place desperately. Bj ; --- be punished by a fine of not lew than
June that he will be in a I :
and The time at the Portland mark :2! p. m. our troops were in full pos-- $:2.0 nor more than }lOiN( 0, or Im
position to go to Saratoga open session. Many of theIoros wen :
were: prlODroeDt not exceeding ten
his the ,
club house there when ummer killed. Complete list of casualties- Crown Prince and Princess of Saony

)I .. season begins. In the event that his 11:46:35.Shamrock III 11:40:20; Shamrock 1 11 wounded. Seven cannon taken and Will Forget the Past. WAREhOUSESJLIRb1ARDWARE .'!. I in proved the discretion March of 19lh the court.19!<13.

I case should not be taken up before New' York. April 13.-crown Prim
reach as many other captured arms. W.J. El: >WAKI>8
Thence broad
broughtthe -- -- ----
the en1 of June he will have his liberty cess Louise of Saxony who eloped on -=-= ,
boats home and Acting Iayor.
on this point ol
on bail and no bail cases are tried Dec. 11 with Amdre Giron, the tutor I

during the summer holidays. sailing the Shamrock I had her opponent SLIGHT RISE REPORTED. of her children, and her husband, the
: CO.I
well. The first round fin.
His friends Insist that there Is Nttl was crown printe of Saxony are to be reunited : NOTICE.In .
ished as follows: Uttle Change In Flood Conditions on ,
likelihood of a conviction as next week. according to a dispatch "

veatlhy patrons do not wish to testify Shamrock III 11:57:18; Shamrock 1 Lower Mississippi.New from Berlin says the Paris correspondent III Gainesville, Florida. : the Circuit Court cf the Fifth Judicial CirtBit

against him and they assert that If 12:03:23.: : Orleans April 13-The river of The World. .I- ---- -- It of Honda,in and for Marion ec.utltl.
crept a tenth of a foot in 24 hours. -=-= in Chancery.Sii .
a jury should find Canfleld guilty: and up The reconciliation is to be effectedfor

the trial Judge should sentence him Shamrock I Fouled. registering exactly 20 feet today. the sake of the dynasty and their -- !>ana Davis, Complainant, vs. James Datte,
London April 13.-The Shamrock I from above generallyof I'cfcndaoU
to a term of imprisonment he wouldbe Reports children. It is announced that the
; was fouled by a steam yacht when! slight declines. Advices from Hoi- IT IS ORDERED THAT JAMES DAVIS TUB
able .
to obtain a stay pending ap crown prince will visit the crown princess 'the defendant/ herein named and be f.liete>
peal and to give bonds so that there halfway through the second run tc lybrook say that with a fall of 5 feet at Salzbourg next wtfek and that by required to appear to the bill of COIIIpItH

need be no interferenc with bis plans Lulworth Cove. The spiknaker. boom water will cease to flow through the they will immediately be remarriedIt in said cause on

for "'3t and the steam yacht's bowsprit were crevasse at that point. The V. S. andP. Monday Ihe //* dar. oHay.. A. D. I
1l.CABLE is reported they have agreed to this
It further ordered that this
is a copy if cedet
both carried away. but the sailing road still! manages to keep its train
course and have pledged l each other !hr published lor eight consecutive week u tk*
FOR HONOLULU.First yacht escaped other injury. service, though the large forces of men ijcab Banner
refer the
not to to past.A Done of .
thikthcjlh day March A I) 1WJ.
are employed in protecting bridges and S. T .
dispatch from Salzbourg confirms
Boat Sails With Material Provisions BOY AND culverts. The flood is rising very slowly I.N Pt.? the above stating the reconciliation ..mpl.'oant5 Solicitor.
3 15
and Men. In the Tensas swamp. showing that :v nlantf-t hi '..mintin
Who Went Crabbing Met DeathIn is complete. I rU
San Francisco April 13-Today on the Inflow scarcely exceeds the out-

the steamship Alameda 17 employesof St John River. flow. The water is encroaching on CHARGED: WITH MI TAI\E. ,l--n'-- I P 1M arnlfaittiri'ijfnjrttA il III >ffu NOTICE.

the Commercial Cable company will Jacksonville Fla., April 13,-Mattie the fields of the Tallulah. but all Indications lUoliarriTt AU. 01 Application for Tai Deed ruder Section t ..JChapter

leave for Honolulu with 350 tons of Lou Smith, 20 years old, and "Xick" point to insignificant damage Mr. Balfour Criticised for Allowing k4 teller ijtr..tUUfl* 1SU3 cvi-a&ppIis-&n.Anu.i.pun 4S&8. Laws cf Horida.T .

Butler 18 years of age were drowned with that f D. M. FERRY i CO., 0 TIC E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT'
freight and provisions. These men lu comparison wrought by Ministers to Become Speculators.New Detroit Mich. .
I &Tiller, of
the : StucLry purchaser tax certificate
St. i
Include three chief operators for Midway Friday in the Johns river near the Wyly crevasse. No work be- York, April 13-Mr. Balfour is No. 4475. dated the 3rd day of October,A.I). IN/, i I

four for Guam iiid a number of Florida East Coast railway bridge yond sacking the wings was done today thought to have made a great mistake .5. .. ,iw has, filed said certificate in my office, end tin .
made for tax deed to Ut.ue ( !
been application a accee.dance :
have not
urpenters and ele<>triclans. Their bodies yet recov at Hymella. The Sewall brothers when he altered the salutary rule laid with law. Said certificate embrace the '

In the freight which they take with ered.With Pearl have visited the crevasse and expressed down by Mr. Gladstone forbidding ministers county following, Florida described; to-wit property: situated In Marion j, t'

them another woman. Seay the opinion that they can close it. to be directors cables The Tri DR. ALEXANDER'S
are Included unframed houses, I Lois 9 and 10 Block E. Rowrn Addition, Stiver I f
4 I tents, cable Instruments, batteries and : they went to the river crabbing. The but the driving of sheet piling has not bune's London correspondent. This is Springs I'ark. II'

All the necessary paraphernalia for installing two who were drowned entered a yet begun. evident from the comments which areappearj.ng Thc said land being assessed lit the date of the :
row boat and went to the South Jacksonville CHILL TONICA ssuance ot such certificate in the name ol C. F.
In financial and literary reviews -
instruments and establishing Locke Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
Quarters at the landing stations at side where after crabbing PASSED ANTI-STRIKE LAW. on the case of Mr. William according to law U x deed will issue on [
awhile they went In the river for i the 2nd day of May,A. D. 1903. \
Midway and Guam. Haye Fts er. financial secretary to the posltiTC.Jlumauat.lI1dsafl curt for Malaria.Callla .
Witness official signature and seal tfcia
Charles Curds chief electrician of SW lIn. Netherlands Parliament Will Try to treasury. who has resigned because m4 f.,.,. Contalna poison. The best the jyf day my of March A. E. 1903
They bad not been in the water long T.ale. iatl-rcrWic, Ap t1atr. and Btienjthatrftrpali.alcklyfemalutidchUdrtnkaowa.-
the Mackey Cable company. has Just Prevent Labor Troubles. of his connection u director with a 37 S T.SlSTkK.Lseall .
before on the drawbridge [ Clerk Ct Court Marion Co.. FU.
mired here from the east on his way persons The Hague April 13-At the urgent financial syndicate and of his accep akea weak
faded cnetka l '
)da& tit fit* to ;
cries for Two Immediately !
'I to the Orient to meet the cable ships heard help. men sitting of the first chamber of The tan<-e of a bonus of chares In the coa ckI1dra fat ..<1 heart). j

that are to lay the cable between started toward them In a Netherlands parliament today the anti- cern. The'. prime minister' has been Tablet km; tameless; easy to lake.PrlciIBeti. NOTICE

Manila and Honolulu.He row boat. Before they reached thE strike bits previously adopted by the blamed In some quarter for acceptingthe Trill Sizi, 25 cts.
spot they saw the woman disappeat '
says the work will begin at Mama second chamber were passed unanl resignation. Mr. LaBourchew. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
and will be completed by July 4. beneath the surface and an Instant mously. says The Truth: "Whilst they eat Dr.Alaxa nder'a Liver Regulator cures Bilious- ot Florida in and for Marion County i.
later the man disappeared.ASSASSINATIONS ten,T'"id Lifer Constipation,Sick Headache Chancery.
L.*.ira From the Animal. The Queen Wilhelmlna Immediately the official loaf, they should eschew sanctioned the anti-strike bills which rectorial fishes." elendant.

teaches us! to be silent under punish- forthwith become effective. Wru. Anderson DrutfgUt Oeala.Fla 'def ndaDt hereto named be and he u hereby
to to the bill of complaint in
The militia remains under A Fatal Mix. appear
towit uid path.nt iu suffering. From Turkish Authorities Greatly Alarmed arms and IP this cause ilotiday he Lit day of Jvnt A. I). l.
the lion we learn bravado. From the Over Conditions. is guarding the railroads. Cholly-I would have bought a box: it is ordered that a copy t>this order be 1>16-
Prevailing lishrd once a \ ttk, for eight coDsccutire itrekaID
of candy this evening. Gladys only
cat we iourn to prowl at ni ht. From Constantinople. April 13-The news the Ocala Banner,
HAS QUIT NEW YORK. you're training for a basketball )::1111" this the of A. D.
the Done 3rd day April.
dog we loam how to be faithful to 1903.
M. Stcherbina
of the Russian
of the death
a friend. The camel teaches us abstiHence. you know andIndignallt at HomeplImnr. B. BILLOCK. Cleik Circuit CourtComplainant's
consul at Mitrovitza. European
The elephant teaches us how to I Richard Croker Declares He Has Nc Maiden-I'm not doiim UIM Study Solicitor .603'
who shot Albanian
Turkey. was by an Idea of
1* calm In adversity. The hipjKipota Returning. thing of the sort! ..*.- yourundition In life With th* Tablet\ Home
sentinel recently at that place, has New York. April 13-Richard Orok ntied not ie'..h.eae..r t-mploymput to
Then i' l/--on
Cholly (turning pale>- SM study JOB
Dim The little Dissolution of
teurh.es shy
ose. Alirebr ticmiHnr.Trur..nio Co-Partnership.
: us rci Icarii i5.k-e'pifl. Aninmetir. "
the authorities here
greatly alarmed is not returning to New Yofk in Tribin ,', LilprMare. Hwory.PfirboloKT. .
i without er my girls mln'ChiC'.1go! t". firammar Rhcton i.
rabbil die
toucLra us hoto :1 who, as a result, anticipate complications J'hy-. Utm. cfr. Te'her p.pan-d for :Notice is hereby given that lb. tcoi
murmur The uutl'llI' teaches us the July or at any other time, cables Tht; :\',, %. or ...,..-....... l'1rt"UIAn free.AthI.es3. .
foolishness The hop- with Russia. World's London representative. Replying The first ice cream ever sou as! a r-,: flM. iilMEbT I'alatka, llorida._ >artuer-biii heretofore exhtini
.. of idle curiosity. _ ---
Consular reports from Monautlr, to an inquiry he SI1I' : -- between J. M. Liddt-ll and JE
f. ) told teadu's us the evils: of gluttony.r ular article of commerce w.-is! .'I' '
r The ant teaches us industry and wisdom I show that the anarchal conditions prevailing I Letcombe Pegis: by a Boston merchant named Tudur n' ro cure a coU in one day. Bogart under the firm name of LiiKldl
there are becoming more acute ami han bean dissolved t vwJU
Bogart >
III i-ouncil. Tile ben teaches us to "My last announcement was fina.l"Croker. IS);). lie "('lit 1\ load: -> Martinioiifr Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ,
mutual Ilif l ii-infM
i Assassinations: of both Christians and ." coust-Lt. >
CO in out of the wet yet 1 have seen Mussulmans are increasing. In the i' bit .. physic : Cbamberlain'sStomach lets. All druggists refund the moneyif continued by J. M. Liddell and SOB.J. .
fool hens which did not know the dlf- I In this announcement Mr. Croker and Liver Tablets. Easy to M. LlWiHX
district of Porilep during the past E.: "'. Grove's;
j failes
said it to cure.
ferenibetween sunshine and rain). : Uke; pleasant in elr,ct. For iale'by; E. E. I flOAItT.

Borne men might learn of hogs how to I med week no by less Mussulmans.than fifty Christians were j[ "Once and for"all I am" not returning 1 the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.: m Mgt.ature is on each box.-25c : Santos! March 19, 1m

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;J rt t'T-': i iAL LS OF: CRUELTY I MANY( GH P.Ijuti) I ::: --- : I I[il i i HUB & MACDUFF 1I

t Some days ago the Herald took occasion i While:! swimming in the St. JohJJrf"C'r !
I IN ARMY HOLES josttnlay: a boy IS years old anc j
to demonstrate that t-obriety Non : i TOLD+ PATIENTS l I
I ,, a girl; 20( were downed.:

the increase; that the tendency of i j A sensation has been caused at Wai IH i A R D WAR EI

the times i U to encourage temperance Bad Conditions Reported In Age Limit Places Several On j jRetirdLi terboro! S. C., by an unknown womai j I

in and that the who has obttined money on forget
men unmeu ; opportunity j
Kentucky Asylum :>t. i checks.
for the intemperate to find employment I DOOILS, SASH AND BLINDS, AHHICCI..Tl'( II i\t: J' L to:
The leaders of the Holland striken
I'Peonies' less as the work of NEW CFFICER FOR PHILIPPINES.;
v. A NUMBER FEAR TO TESTIFY : have ordered the men to return tc
man beeoims more complex and ex. --- work but the strikers refuse to obey BARBED WIRE CUT AND VENTS[ DEERE PLOW)
acting. !Suou: gains for temperancefor Claimed that Insane Patients Were I I Major General. George W. Davis Now Two attempts have been made recently I

'. the uext century, at have! been experienced Beat Choked and Placed Under Cold i j I In Command of Philippines To Be! I to bu n tie: new cup delendetReliaace WIRE NAILS. PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CU ..
.'l. which is being built at Bristol
ill the hundred years just Water Drips-Bruises: of Patients Retired in July, 2nd Will Be Sue- i H. LIt
/ deeded James F. Wade.
tt concluded, will we practically: the Shown as Proof of Testimony. by is rumored in Norfolk that Vice

of of the Washington April 13.-St\eral: important I President J. M. Barr of the Seaboardhas
as we
ending intemperance Louisville April 13-As the re ali LANTIC WIIITE LEAD OF GARDEN TOtUJS'
I changes in the army! ociiirrij been offered $50,000 a year by the ,
a beginning of the twentieth century o: the investigation into charged of alleged today Major General Robert P Southern.

know it. I cruelty on the part of the attendants Hughes having reachd the a,e of GI! Dd A. Isaacs of Macon was Friday ALL KINDS OF COOKING 8'lOVEH

In view of this fact it is interesting of the Lakeland Insane asy years, which marks the limifr'pl str elected president of the Georgia di

mum situated about 11 miles from this vice on the active list, was placed tn vision of the Travelers' Protective as '
to note the statistics of our penal iu- city some disclosures of a startling the retired; list. lIe was recently: sociation. GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRAN1TK:

fetitutions on the subject iutt-mper relieved from in command of the
ol duty
nature have been made. A number The United States warship Atlanta
t auce. Fully 90 per cent. of all eon- patients have testified before the investigating Department of California. The vacancy prevented the bombardment of Sac; IRON PIPES AND FIT-AND TINWARE, CUTTINGS
in the grade of Major General]
ricts! according to the statistics at committee that they have Domingo by the Dominican warshi
caused by: General Hughes' retirementwas
the of acts of Presidente.! EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND 8TEKI:
been victim cruelty,
band, were at the time of their conviction today filled by the promotion oBrigardler
and some of the witnesses state that : General Joseph C. Breck George Ramp, the negro who killed
addicted to the excessive
use they feared to tell all they know on I enrfdge, inspn.tor general of the army.. a woman in the northern part of Mor N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, ROPES PULLEY

of intoxicants. The warden of the account of the fact that they would That officer will be immediately retired can county, was hanged at Madisor.

Allegheny (Pa.) county jail !states! in suffer at the hands of the attendants and' Brigadier! Geneiai v:Marshall I Ga., Friday. MATERIALS: ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME[ OIL STOVE

his annual report, fur instance, that of at the close of the examination. Ludington. quartermaster general ol The American minister at Bogotc ,

According to the testimony of several the army, will be promoted to the rank claims that the Colombian governmenthas
7500()( bumiuary convictions for the of major general. General' Luding been seizing the pioperty of citizens
witnesses, one of the favorite
: year, of prisoners, who came into his forms of punishment for slight infrac ton will in turn be retired, anj the vacancy of the United States. LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

custody, practically all used intoxicants tions of rules on the part of the patients thus created will be filled by The Mississippi: senatorial campaign \ Fla.
was a beating with a slungshot the appointment of Brigadier General was opened at Columbus yesterda:" & IifJacduffltOcala '
expensively.The i James F. Wade to the grade of Senator and Governor
formed! of a sock in which a potato or major Money Longinc
warden of the Allegheny prisouis some other hard vegetable had been geneial! The appointment of Gcncr. meeting in their first debate.

evidently a student of all'aiM and f laced. al Wade will be permanent until his Big improvements will be made al

Some' of the patients declared they statutory retirement in April, 1907 once In the service of the Standard
> an original thinker. In his report he had frequently been choked. One had General Wade is now in command: ol telephone m Atlanta. A new >J40.00f:

suggests that degeneracy may be been taken into the back room and the department of Luzon. On thE switchboard will be installed. FERN HILL RYE V

; nothing more than a phase of alcohol tied to a chair, an attendant following statutory retirement of Major Genera'' Secretary J. P. Byers, of the National
George W. Davis, in July next. General .
ism. with a leather belt. The witness who Conference of Charities and
told this story did not know what had Wade11 succeed to the command Corrections comes to Atlanta next
While this will probably be questioned of the division of the Philippines
occurred in the back however.
room, Monday to meet: with the local com
which H. ROSENTHAL l& SONS Distillers Cincinnati 0.
:, l>y the authorities it is evident Cruises on the breast and legs of includes all the military forcesIn mittee. ,
froii the statistics that alcoholism It one of the patients was shown as proof Georgia saw mills prepare to fight
that he had been kicked by the attendants r
; increase in lumber freight rates to the
a large factor in bringing about def -
\ ', and It was developed that MOTHER DEAD; CHILD DYING. -
west. Action will be brought al
l generacy. Not only does the individual shower baths were also used as a in
once the circuit court of the United
of the being Horrible Crime Committed Near An
means punishment, patients
addicted to it decay physically, States.
? held while cold water was allowedto niston, Ala by Unknown Party This is hear about
. morally and mentally, but a large drip on them. Two attendants after Shreveport, La,, April 12-Mrs. The explosion of the 12-Inch gun or Wiskey'you: people talking

I V percentage of idiotic, feeble minded being closely questioned admitted Frank Matthews 49 years of age, thE the Iowa was caused by a defective when they say "That Good 'Vhj ke .." It bas t

' I and cripple born children have intemperate that they had kicked and choked pa- wife of Frank Matthews, a civil! engineer fuse. The battleship was so badly! held its place at the head of the columnof
; of the Seaboard Air Line damaged; that she will go out of com
tienti. stated that they had been and Grade Goods for

; parents. In large percentageof forced to do so In self-defense, as they her 10-year-old child, Alline, were assaulted mission. High ..many yearson

> cases, persona addicted to excessive had been attacked. by an unknown party at their A personal encounter in the superior what?

' home near Analston.. Ala.,. earlY this. court room between Attorney L. Z
: use of liquors are childless. morning.In Rosser and Judge Thompson, an East

With the decrease in the use of intoxicants Will Take an Appeal the struggle that followed the at II I Point justice, was narrowly averted IT'S MERIT !
St Paul, Minn., April 13.-Judge
; i .' and the increase sobriety, Young, attorney here for the North lack by the assailant! Mrs. Matthews at Atlanta.
t' t head was crushed to a jelly, and she Army officers who are members ol
then, may be looked for a decrease in ern Securities company, statedtoday

ri ";> the number of idiots, feeble minded that the of notice the of injunction appeal to would the government not- died After from assaulting her Injuries.her mother the as- the which Metropolitan recently rejected club, of General Washington Cor STRAUSS & CO.

E and criminally inclined. As drunkenness be filed until :Monday. It was expected gallant attempted to criminally assault bin, are so indignant that they threaten ,
] r the child but after beating her intc to leave in a body.
that the appeal would be filed
i decreases so will crime de- I to
Insensibility, fled, Distributors.
day, but the delay Is said to mean nothIng leaving no trace behind Miss Julia Rose, of Valdosta has left
: creasa until with general sobriety him. The child 'is
x : of importance, as the filing Is a sanitarium for Sitka, Alaska, where she is to we: .

; .4 both may practically disappear.San .- merely perfunctory here with no possible hope for hei a man she has never seen. The 9.00C Ocala .
recovery" her skull having been frae "
Jose Herald. mile journey was arranged through f
Robbed The Grave. tured and her chest crushed in during matrimonial advertisement
the -
kr. The William Howard A startling incident is: narrated by The crime is a mysterious one. Mrs Assistant Attorney General Beck ---- ---- '
i The above is the name of Captain who represented the government it -- ------ -
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows Matthews! had considerable jewelry 1

:, i : J. H. Howard's new boat running t e- l lr : "I was in an awful dondition. upon her person, which was untouched. the anti-merger proceedings, says tha1

tween Palatka and Silver Springs. Myekin almost yellow, eyes sunken, The weapon used in committing pan'the!decisIon es" and means"community that "holding of interest'com "Ililll" "11111111" i "i i 11,11111,!" "111111" "11"I"11111 t "111 I "I"I"1111,I "I1 I t "11"Iiil" t I

t the assault! was an ax, and all evidence
' ;
The boat is named for Captain How. tongue coated, pain continually in shows that the plats are unlawful.MOLLIE .
crime had been deliberately }
back and sides, no appetite, growing '
ards baby boy. The "William How. :. planned.A vEWIS IS MI 1NG.

' i ard" made its first trip from Palatka weaker had day by day. Three physicians posse with bloodhounds Is in par I WBANNER'S; E 1 I t
Then I advised
me up. was
,uit of the assailant, who will doubtlessly Feared That Girl Hag Met With Fou
R. to the Springs Thursday.The to use Electric Bitters; to my l be burned at the stake when Play. -

boat is a handsome one, is great joy, the first: !bottle mad" a decided upturned Montgomery, Ala., April 13.-Mollit -- --

< eighty feet long ninety tons and cost improvement. I continued AH ii&rtlf! are prominent and the Lewis a white employe of the People's tg

r $10,000. their use for three weeks, and am nowa greatest exdtetnffct! prevails.! Cotton factory, has disappeared. ShE E !

well man. I know they robbed thegrave -- has been missing since Saturday morn s
It is! mainly carrying freight buts ing and knows
< of another victim" No one DEFENDER TO BE LAUNCHED. no one where she has -

., i handsomely fitted up for the ac- should fail to try them. Only 50 cents gone -

.coraodatiou of about twelve passengers. and guaranty at, Allll. IIiOpoly Scheduled to Take Initial Plunge This Superintendent White, of the mills J
, I has notified the police and
they art
The boat l will make Drug Store, and Tydings&Co. Afternoon. I CLUBBING i iI
: two trips' a dru< Bristol, R. I.. April 13.-Final preparations now investigating, but so far nothing! ;
,-tn. III has been found out.
week. ......- are being made today to laud --
It is stated that she had -
I the new cup defender Reliance. money ocher
;;t T
co "..i"tlng person Saturday and some of her
-rsday night )party ILLEGAL Her initial plunge is scheduled to
friends think that she bas
': i!: .. of Mr. and trs. O. W. ik agau, fr'l take place at 5:30: this afternoon. The I some foul play, met wits I LIST .--

1 ; and Mrs.'Tom Johnson Mr. and Mrs. SL Louis Judge Dissolves MasterPlumbers' weather conditions were ideal apd thE I It is stated that she las a brother Ii
1f day was made a gala one In Bristol. .
I Organization. tjE t'
: B. T. Perdue and Miss Gertrude Taylor in Dothan, Ala. He was notified to S ,
St. Louis, Mo. April 13--Acting Id Flags! were displayed from many buildings sr I
' I;:;. drove out to the Bpriugs!; and conformity with the instructions ol and at the Ilerrfrshoff\ works day of her disappearance s.F -- M- .

r ; Captain Howard complimented them the St. Lt uis ('('/art of appeals Judge Moored bit the end of the Jock the Fighting t 1 Continue' ,In San Domingo ------ -u-- .

r, ;', with a ride several miles don the Iluatio Wood&, of the circuit court tl'nderof Sunbeam, the Reliance the sit i. net Washington April IS.-United : We haV*: made special arrangements whereby we I"
yesterdaybe)3! that the Association ol was beautifully >
: V C''. d* ('orated Statf Consul Maxwell at Santo Do
:1 : run in his new boat. They were all Master Plumbers of St. Louis is an Illegal with flags. C. Oliver Iselin. the manager hiln&o City cabled the state depart 'fcaft offer the following rates to all paid-in-ad- I

:. ..t. very much delighted with the boat! combination tt. i it held that it owner of the Reliance, spent today anent under yesterday's date that tht a- subscribers i

";;;: and the trip. Captain Howard and was organized to maintain and mOo on the Sunbeam and quite a number Insurgents had been driven Into tha vance : e- -

i, ; his nopoJ.?e the plumbing business in :bt: of invited guests were also on the city on the 5th Instant, and that thei, :: THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville SemiWeekly i .
." son, William, proved splendid Louis with a view of determining tender. Yachtsmen ha.veeome from batteries and Infantry had then checked
Times-Union I
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I ", .. hosts prices and restricting the sale of New York to witness the launching.The the advance of the governmer, 50 :year. .

., e r:' -- n_ ._ plumbhg supplies to master plumbers workmen have knocked away the forces The firing continued throes/tout E: THE OCALA BANNER and The Commoner, [Bry- J J

,{ Smile. I only. doors at the end of the ship so that the day and until the follow;; :: an' paper] 81.75 a year. 3g ..
An Older was made dissolving the the yacht may pass easily nto= the morning The consul adds tL&t min t
't A smile all the
lifts lines of the filM
association on the ground that the as water. It could be seen that the Re- sites were thing over the city as th THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Semi-Wctkly 31 ..t-l'

: 1 and adds a glitter to the eye that belladonna sedation carried on business in r& ll&Kct was more of a skimming dish cablegram_. was being written. F Journal, 81.75 a year. .2 I t (
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I- : cannot even imitate, and straint: of trade. than any bot the Hprrcshoffs hate con t to
THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-Week New
V Woods' I l strutted for a cup defender. Her floor 'I .
;tr.;j.: aside from the good it does to the beholder Judge dwteioft means thatwhite ; F (
the respective plumbing concerns Is very flat and there is scarcely any "My Sons -- York World. 51.65 a year. ::: I
it reacts on one who smiles, bilge, her stern running well unei r
can individually refase to sell a
f g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly Constitution = :
: and not doepe-ning into the keel for t
and leaves
touches like the finest person plumbing supplies, they are said a great businessman: "are my
permanently enjoined from refusing tc many feet. The rudder post has a $1.75 a year. :: IE
portrait painter, scarcely seen at first partners and they need all the .
i sell supplies as a whole. Seven concerns decided rake and the fin Is very thin. '
t L but by and by leaving the face a thingof are affected! : by the order. The boat has considerably beam and strength" and courage I can give BANNER Lippincott's Magazine | .

beauty.! looks as if she would be a decided them, and he forthwith paid for a =: $2.75 a year. .

contrast to the Constitution when ShE $1,000,000 policy in The Mutual -- s J
:. -;. Try it for a month an'd let a smile j jbealways I IPI favors St Louis! Exposition.St. is afloat. Life Insurance Company of New == .

{ l li : ready instead of a frown, Petersburg. April 13-The Jour York Not without the most care g Cash Must Accompany all Orders. 3 .

t::V then consult a mirror and convinceyourself tale de St. Petersburg, publishes b.. PORTER WILL NOT RESIGN. ful investigation however, extend ::: -- .. 'I

( :, that it is true. You will find the foreign office, today prints a spe ing over six months. He was convinced |: Address : THE OCALA BANNER Ocala Flerta J iii'
;., vial article on the St. Louis expositior: Has Simply Asked For Leave of Absence by just such facts as led the I
{ your free. growing smoother, the pointing out the benefits to be derived To Take a RestParis =c- - S
of National Bank in
April 13.-It is stated by thosE p
: mouth will have
r a more pleasing expression New York to make the curious and .
having knowledge of the facts that F -.. "*-* .-* ti h.j{. .,. ......' '' -''' ,.*".r 1 Ulitl. 1 1 1 .
I ,1 and the wholeeilect will be Spring Ailments. Ambassador: Porter has no purpose ol shrewd provision in his will, whichis -- 4 .
better and brighter. There is aching and tired resigning. The only plans he has contained in "A Banker's WilL"Write -- .t s .
an feeling; for it and also for the == ; Enclosed: find........................Dolla... ..4...... Onuin ; r.
the liver bewebs and become made arE.that' after a short rest witt
Smile! Why, all the massage in the kidneys F f -
: V sluggish and inactive the digestion! I! Ws daughter, Elsie: at a point near account of the $1,000000 policy, F- f for which send me The Weekly Banner and the...,........ -'. I
+ : world cannot make as beautiful ... .
here, he will his da I "The Annual Premiums.
VS impaired, with little or no appetite, probably resume Largest :-::- ...... ................................. rut J'O'Mc..bbI.I"If' r i
as that will ties at the embassy. His friends
t h even though the manipulator were .
no ambition for anything and feeling This r-
V i be a suprised at the publication here todajof I Company ranks -_ the Banner........... .. issF -_
) genuine Russian: or Tur- that the whole body and mind ; /-i"st-rn ASM.U.First Sw
a report that he had asked for twc .

: kish. I only wish I could advertise needs toning up. The trouble is, that. months' leave to return to America -la Amount Paid PolicyholdersFirstIn -. Name.......................... n... ... .......... .' -r L. # w'f'
i Age. I
iV 55 as fluently as they, that this great during winter, there has been an accumulation The only application he has made was .. ... -
- 'c ". of waste matter in the forwarded weeks ago. It was not connected THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE F 4 P. 0..... .. _-_ '' '
f beauty producer might he appreciated 4 _
system. Herbine will remove it, : with recent: events and did nol COMPANY OF NEW YORK F: .' State .. V f' = I ''
i. and one believe it. .
every of his
secure to the secretions a right exit permit visiting the United -- -. r

"d f. I don't mean you shall grin like a and by its tonic eflect, fully restore States. No application has thus fat f RICHARD A. McCtRDY.l'fuidCJll.; ::::: ..a t Date ... '9",; a F 0 ,.

.4- 1.. Cheshire cat, far from it. A grin is deliberately the wasted tissues and give strengthin been made by the ambassador: to go U I J. H. LIVINGSTON JR., Agent, Ocaa, Fla .FVI. # # # } ( ) ,rr, # # } # !# # atkef t

{ put on, like a mask, a smile place of weakness.30c .at Anti- America. The determination of his lIi '\
; ; ; : ; ; ; ; ; ;
movements in awaiting an exchangeof CECIL w ILCOX Agen t lor the stateof Plorida ; *
_' bubbles up from the heart.-Selected. Monopoly Drug Store. m j letters between the family. Jacksonville! Fla. JI I I I I I UUIJhiIiIlUN11/ilU I I I '

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Great Anniversary Red Tag Sale PRESIDENT LOUBETARRIVES i I A Golden Agriculture-Ruleof :

AT ALGIERS Be good to your :and ::nd your crop

Now Going on at will be good. Plenty of

Boulevards Packed to Wel-

THE RACKET COMPANY, come French Ruler. i J Potashinthefert

' CITY ELABORATELY DF::ORATED. lL; r -->f 11s quality j \, t

'April 9th to I S. Greatest Merchanitile Event in History of Ocala. Great White Sultan, as French Ruler *jj vest and we wi'.I quant flute: send!y .a us the you and,hart f j $t /$?

Is Known to Natives, Greeted with fne, by next mail, ( 't 1 1'
our money winning
I Continuous Cannonading from WarShips books
i .
VISIT TO Tt llAH SSEE. mansltip of the committee I' J
P judicitry and Forts. j I fi QNAV hw roads,
next to the speaker-.hip the highest GOEBEL[ MUST BE 93 Ac9ea stmt, CCCJJJ
BEAUMONT| SCENE Algie: April 16.-Algiers was ia tgw Surf, r f''

The editor of tint paper hug jut returned 'honor' inul eau l>e conferred upon a gala attire in honor of the coming of

from a whore visit to TtlU- 1 I u?'mb,>r. But, a* vr. Bullock, had ale KILLED SAID TAYLOR OF DISASTROUS\ FIRE state President since Loubet Emperor the Napoleon first chief III of to $k1.f

ivudy }pledged his for this
haSht'I' supjiort po-
visit the French North African poates-

The capitol bull lieu i is 1l'W un tnt 1 Mtioii to Hon. J. !H. (_'. lotuses, of Testimony of Frank Cecil at ions. The pictures on the streetsof I
Oil Derricks
Many and
posing looking structure and things !Hiimter, )I.e promptly declined the I i Rigs tie city were elaborately decorated j I I
I Howard Trial. Arches and stands had been erecti I i
have changed : proflered l.ouor. He however will Are Destroyed.
about the state I I Ith
ed in the:: principal thoroughfares and j

appearance and the slate off -His are 'j be made chairman the Indian SOME STARTLING DiCLOSURES.: LOSS MAY REACH :1,000COO.. os1th the principal i building, i i

all hHJiguity and smiles.: I \\'"r Cltinm Committee, which w&re gay with flags and streamers of --
Witness that Governor I
Says Taylor I
the national colors Vast crowds
ii he sub j will Ur ely ,'uutlOllhe f Fire Started From a Lanttrn In the
dii-po.sitiou <
governor's message >
Offered $2,5CO of the Campaign Fund j filled the boulevard everywhere of favorable criticism i! this fund and as there is; a half million Caldwell Oil Company's Well-The --.--. .aa..r
jjct and a Free Pardcn to the Man: Who

and it is said to U the finest document dullnrs to be .i'llillst-d. of by it, Would Kill Him. Flames Spread With Great Rapidity. I.I .. ...... _.

that was ever issued from the !! its importance will immediately be Companies Lose Heavily. d m11! ;"d-:: I!= ,
Frankfort, Ky., April 16.-Frank C* i =M r- fc&fc'jrkfc
executive office ref this ,Mate. | recognizedMr. cl! the first new witness of the present New Orleans,, .' pril 16.-A specialto I I a S -" i ;j

The repwrtaof all the administrative 15uIlcaks only wnen he hasyoturthiu trial of Howard and who is him The State Irw.i: iioaumont, says: '.; ,J_-...-. ._..!j "" J..lo-:"'I -. t::

self under indictment for complicity '' The liio :l\ the 3. j OB Spindle Top .'j "1.t_ -, iT! -i.r'1lof :' ....n.c .. iJ
officer are likewise the subject of tf t..lI.yl&n.1tnt: he rays he which started at 1 o'clock thij r: ---l"-: ...
in the Goo'.,d murder. was called to ; morn
favorable mtu-Hm HM! art full t-Ays* with .tireetne-H mi I is rapidly the stand by Commonwealth's: Attorney ins is estimated at from J$00,000 to 4'J 1qio=: F"TI--: !: J f-I' ,1,

copious, and\ IIIlIJIlde-giving au exhaustive :- j i takini; II. (.acoiipiiiii.iiii isitHiu iu this Franklin this morning. Cecil only 11,000,000. Two hundred and sixty- :;f, =f .....- .. ...:...'.., --ffi.:]zt.T
five derricks were lost. Two hundred ... ... .. ... ...
review of nil branches of the I; intluetitiil I..MV. uutwiiJmtaudiiiK' ; recently surrendered himself to theCGI1ltuon.woalth .
j rigs were on the producing wells. ';Saarfit.. : ti i J
I alter being a fugitivefor 1-i-'. f ; t. ::
foe( that ii i i"l eumpnwa of many; ejiresci.taiives The fire started from a lantern at -I' J' rD!!
stair government.ll a year in California and Honolulu. f E=; ; ; -; : t- :; ;
[ the Caldwell Oil company's well. The -:.. t. ;r44.r
houses of thelegishtura are inK who havefeerved several He is now under bond. .
i flywheel of the engine struck the lantern "f-- ...!""' .
iI Cecil told a story substantially the "1.--.. h :....
N'iuu and the oj.iuion id general that i I h'r illi!. and .r : r""f I
ignited the derrick and the
testimony of Culion, Golden and, a s'S err't ;. r-r
as a legis-1'*ti ve lw dy it will take r.nk I I This paper congratulates hi'u and Bicughton. witnesses of yesterday, 'i!;j 1km s. No one was injured. -' ...-.r

with any that hi4 ever assembled in :I hopes that he will fully -measure up who detailed the alleged plot to bring I It is estimated; that two-thirds of j J.. ..',-i ;qi; r. h' ........,'(-
the .
companies in the burned district -
about the death of Goebel. Cecil ,
!! to the tations that he has says |' nf' fllHLI i'"it.t-
expe ::
j win be
the state. j to
recover from the i
I Caleb Powers adopted the suggestion I'j I ._ .'"
The dUMtion] of the Iodiad war aroused an will return home with of Henry D.oughtoa that he (Cecil) |i damage by the fire. !: LOCBET. -" "':':: -:::'--':=-:-:''':::-:'':_-'': -;.::.-"

claims! fund is: exciting more general lionets well earned and worthilyworn. might be contracted with to commit I II j and tEe streets leading to the wharves : -
the crime Knoxville Chamber to Eel ct. and many Arabs in quaint costumes I j
and asked him to do it j THE
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interest than any other topic and the |! Powers in the conversation relative I j T.noxville. T nn., April 1G. The mingled with the throngs which awaiti i i --.J

disposition made of it, it H believed, Hon. J. G. Stroziar. to the killing of Goebel, told the witj I j Knoxville chamber of commerce will ed the arrival of the great white sulfl M'CORMICK fl HARVESTING MACHINE .

the favorable approval of !ness that other arrangements had been :j hold its annual election c| officers in tan. as the French ruler is known I 1
will receive Daring our recent visit to Tlill:1. May. Talk is being in the natives.
i now indulged among
made to !
bring about his death, and I COMPANY I i ij
thei people of the state. hassee we heard nothing! but praise I that Cecil was wanted in the event !i ;as to who will likely be the next pres. In the harbor were the Russian, British j
of i ident. Among those most prominent. and Italian squadrons sent to bring i'
The legislature U composed' wise, 'that this arrangement miscarried. This
given above named
conversation took ly mentioned are Colonel L. D. Tyson international greetings to the president -- ,
au-t levelheaded place, he testified J
conservative! experienced I live from Marion. 1'11r'st'nta-1 in the public office of the secretary of' now speaker of the Tennessee also the French cruiser Du Cal F. D. POOSER, Agent, I

men and each member is I I :\1 Strozler: has. bt'eno long read state about\ dark on the afternoon ol house of representatives, and Thomas: aya, having on board the Moroccan IJ J

striving! to make a fl'cunllhat will bememorable of the Jan.: 18. Continuing, Cecil said: i j R. Price president of the Knoxville mission and the Spanish battleship OCALA, FLORIDA
Hate's history. i!I iugrletk legislature; that no "On January 20, I"as in Taylor's! j i Furniture company, and W. B. Lock- Pelayo with the special envoy of Spainon 1

iu the member (more faiuilHr with the office and Taylor said: !i: ett. the present incumbent. Thei board. The Portuguese cruiser f

Our educational interests, good :'I rules, whiph gives i him a prestige 'Goebel has to be killed or I'll be i! chamber is one of the best commercial Don Carlos is on the way. 1

roads and internal improvementsgenerally :''I that is, robbed., I have $2.500 of the campaign I and industrial organizations in Throughout the morning there wasa 1j
advantageous: to him the south. continuous j
cannonading from the
will be carefully considered fund :and I'll give that and a _
in every way. His name appears ou free pardon to the man who will kill warships and forts. At 10 o'clock the
fostered and protected. several him. Guard Kills Comrade. semaphore signalled the approach of
important} committee?, the 1
Pelham Ga., April 16.-A convict the French squadron: escorting Presi
There U i no factionalism or bad "I told Taylor I was not In that bus.
most important of which i is hit of mess" said Cecil. Cecil said he went guard named Rainey was shot and Instantly dent Ijoube-t. The warships advancedIn

politics about the state! house, lobbies education, and as he raide 1m ('(\.11- into the agricultural office after the killed by another guard. Bobi perfect order with the armored

ortlsewbere. paign largely iu! support of higher shooting and was there until the soldlers i Graham. Sunday nIght. Rainy wasi cruiser Jeanne d'Arc, bearing the president -
I came. lie saw Harlan Whit i! about 50 years old and from Kingston. followed by the battleship St. tr-

f educational! facilities, it is believed taker arrested and proposed to help ,j j He is said to have been of a quarrel Louis, with Marine Minister Bellatin

1 Hon. C. M. Brown that his views ou this) question, to take Whittaker away from the man some disposition and forced Graham on board and the battleships and cruisers -
who is a young man to this methodof Charlemagne, Gaulois lena As before stated 1 have hand
j If Mr Brown does not make a whi h he has given i so much thought:, who had him and on a
defense Eye-witnesses exonerate Bouvet and a flotilla of smaller craft carload of one and two-hnrse mowers,
; reword as a senator! it will not be because willredowu! greatly to the interests WOULD INCREASE OUR IMPORTS. Graham, who is still here and ready It was an Imposing naval spectacle, rakes, sickle grinders' and repair-

he i is not attentive to iU duties of he state. -- I tn submit to arrest.DRUGGED the beauty of which was enhanced by 'paste, and shall have in the next tea
AND ROBBED brilliant sunshine. days a car load of reapers, binders,
I or unmindful of the high responsibilities Mr. Strczier is starting his career as, Projected Railway From Atlantic to j shredders aud every part pertainingto

; the position demands.He legislator in a way that is winning: Ohi Pacific<'ago,Coast April In 16.-A Central dispatch America. tc p 'j Mystery Surrounds! Case of Mrs. Clarj PUBLISHERS FORM ASSOCIATION. ;: Remember make harvesting that a the suc/t'ss.McCormick I

i i U, promptly at his desk when him friendand I is commanding the> The Tribune from New York says: j e'te Graham of New York. binder is the only right hand machine I

. leaves it Plans have just been consumatedtor I j I Representatives of Leading Southern on the market, and should you buy I
the roll is called aud never attention of the legislative: body and 'i'deaYork. April Considerable e
Newspapers' Meet and Organize. any other, you are sure to be disap t
until long after the session adjourns :Marion county, we believe, will haveevery : the immediate completion of a line I I j mystery surrounds the case or Mrs. Atlanta, April 16.-The Southern pointed. 1
) of railway in Central America extending ; Clarence V. Graham, of this city, who Association of Publishers We defy and challenge the world to f
I' unless he is called away to meet with reason to be proud of the record[ from the Atlantic te the Pacific! Newspaper
j'I was left at Beiievuu hospital )'estt'rI was organized in this city yesterdays meet us m the harvest hVld. Thereis
|I some of the committees of which he he will mtke. coast, which, it is believed, will have! day suffering from what the doctorsI representatives f'om the the place to show what your machines I
; i member. --- ._ the effect of diverting a large share ol I j a::y was the effect of knockout drops leading newspaper publications of the are. Call and see me and I
. the Central American exports from i !: or same ether drug. will give you points that will interest i
i He is hard forking and industrious WILD WORK OF STORM. foreign ports to those of the United la a hansom cab which was driven southern states.I 1 you and save you money Every f
A constitution was adopted and the machine sold will be and
\ aud commands the high respect of his States. The coffee output alone averages roi! >!.iy! to the hospital was Mrs. Gra- put up t
following officers were elected: I tested before it i id turned
Conecuh County, Alabama, the Sceneof s l.OftO.OOrt bags annually, ol I ham who is over to you. i
I fellow members. aout 30 years of age She President-H. H. Cabanis, the Atlanta
Devastation. which almost the ('ntlreamount l is! i j was semi-conscious, and had the ap- Journal. i

} Mr. Brown's name his been placed Evergreen, Ala., April 1 G.-A terrific: shipped to Hamburg and other Eunpean > :| parance of having been drugged..0 a Vice President-Bruce Haldeman, of I 318dlt.wlmO.F. D. POOSER Agent.
I wind, rain and hailstorm passed over ports, due to difficulties in I jportation f
t on several of the most important com- I btr fingers were a number of valuable the Louisville Courrier-Journal. ,
the western portion of Conecuh coup to the Atlantic seaboard. -
mitteea and his memo : ins. Two of the rings, however, and Treasurer
experience as a 1! Secretary 1
| ty last evening, resulting in the death i Alexander: Hollander, who has fo t i sad jewels removed.. She was remov- P'I
Glass, of Ala.
the Montgomery ,
j Lu of the lower house is valuable to I I I of three persons. several: weeks been in Central Amer i. Notable New York Nuptials. vertiser. <

11. Il Salter his mother and childwere I i ica in the interests of an Amerlcall.syndicate. N-?w York. April 16.-The >

him and he is acquitting himself a riding along a road and when L cf which James McN'aught[ |j i of Miss Grace Bird daughter marrlag of the I was The named following: Revert executive Ewing committee of New

highly creditable opposite a clump of trees the storm fonser counsel for the ;
manner. Northern Pa-
i I late Rev. Dr. Samuel lL Bird, of Galveston !- I i Orleans State; Rufus N. Rhodes of ,
overtook them, the wind, uprooting cHic railroad is president has just returned i Tex., to Mr.
Among the bills he has introduced Henry GilbeltIbrt. the Birmingham News; D. A. Tomp-
i. the trees, "which fell across the wagon to New York. The new sal 1'- i Ir., of Utica has been
solemnlzedIn I kins, of the Charlotte Observer J. C.
is one to the state into ; .
reapportion crushing all three of the occupantsto road Is to have its terminal at Puer-1 I the Chruch of the Incarnation fart
I k
Only H the Seeds
em phill, of Charleston News; I
ight judicial circuits in accordance death. to Barrios. The freight will be I
car j the nearest relatives
and a few inti Edgar M. Foster of the NashvilleBanner ..
j'j'I Much damage is reported to grow sled by way of the gulf of Pensacola j i phnreA. D. f.rner,
mate friends
the constitutional amendments were Invited to the ceremony i ; T. T. Stockton of the Jacksonville and .role., -I x ? Lxewtf
t _.
ing crops. Hailstones fell as largeas or New Orleans and it will reduce the and the ; ot"I',' 'I'1JI1' :ilK 11
ratified hut reception. The bride Fla., Times-Union Citizen, and I ) I. J'A: !u'r, nsuroru
; November. are hen i'.ggs. time of transportation from two was given away by her brother, the A. R. Holderby, Jr., of the Richmond. d&i' ...'n.ud,I. :ll1flOL.orvKf Ir.\j i irror All

1'1! now seven' circuits in the state. Iu News has reached here by telephoneconfirming months to two week Already 16 Rev. Wilmer Parke Bird of the Pr oVa.I| ., Dispatch. iustyesdfree d..I.... 111,1$ .treed. .pi A)"...- .uL1..1 ..

the bill, no changes are made in the the rumors of appaling loss I miles of road are completed. Cathedral this city. Mr. and Mrs I According to the constitution of the J M. FERRY & CO.,
of life and property in the neighborhood Detroit Mich.
Hart will
make their
home la
First, Second and Third circuits. The Utica. organization the association was formed
of Peterman and Burnt Corn, MERGER OF BOOK CONCERNS.
for the mutual benefit of the members
I rearranged circuits are as follows : wrought by the tornado which passed
and to promote the best Interests
near there. Consolidation of Methodist I Large Shoe House Assigns.
Fourth-Natwau, Duval, Baker, Clay, of the papers comprising the organlza
Ten persons are known to have been Houses Under Consideration. Chicago April 16.-The wholesale

St. John Fifth-Marion, Citrus, I killed and numerous barns, residences, Cincinnati, April 16.-About 300,006supplements j boot and' shoe house of N. Greenfield tlon- -" .< _

Sumter, Lake, Hernaudo, I'a4co fences and outhouses were swept away are to be Issued today I I er & Co., one of the largest concern BIG SUIT IS FILED. ? '

Sixth-Hillsborough, Manatee, Monroe entailing a loss which will reach up with all the Methodist weeklies, published i of the kind In this city, has assigned I t -
Into the thousands. On account of in different parts of the court j I An inventory of the stock is being Grant Estate Wants Damages From
DeSoto, Lee. Seventh-Volusia, the bad condition of the wires communication try. for an informal referendum voti I! taken
i City of Atlanta.
Brevard, Orange, Dade, Osceola, Polk is delayed and the only namethat on the proposition for a merger 01 1 -,.
could be obtained of the dead is Methodist book concerns as outlined I Atlanta April 16.-Suit for $60,000(

iihtb-Levy, Alachua, Bradford that of Salter. by the Associated Press last Monday PAGE WOVEN was filed against the city of Atlanta

Putnam. Several residences were completelydemolished night. yesterday afternoon by the executon

', the timbers falling on the It Is proposed not only to have th t of the late William D. Grant who al

Hon. Raymond< B. Bullock. I occupants, killing and injuring them. publishing houses in New York, tin- lege that the building of the viaduct '.

The It will probably be several days before cinnatl and Chicago merged, but also WI FENCING' damaged property belonging to thSta.t9 a lam'
reputation that Mr. Bullock i is
I the accurate list of the casualties only one general agent Instead of fou many thousands! of Collars.!

Baking as a member of the Florida be gotten, as there is no telegraphicor as at preswit. If the merger is made i i The plaintiffs named In the suit

legislature is extremely gratifying to railroad connection. The heavyrains there will be a contest at tai comlnj j I are Sarah Francis Grant executrix, f

r his friends.No have rendered, the roads almost conference la Los Angeles for the l location I and John W. Grant executor, and the

impassable.t of the big publishing house is Made in Adrain Michigan, suit was filed by Slaton & Phillips,

young member has t'ntl'redtoqUickly I I well as for the general agency and I i Strongest I Lightest, HostPerviceable attorneys. ROLLS FROM Only the tent

upon a career of usefulness Appeal For Ireland. ; other positions Involved Including th t I and CheapestFENt'IX The property in question Is the oldCentennial OUR OVEN material goes

Boston April 16. The editors. building which formerly into the and
or In0' short time has won more executive officers ; (; ''I.un oven
of the Ancient Order of fiber The principal depositories la an 1 stood at the southwest corner of Whitehall only the
honor No Barb Wire to tear the
plans of Ireland. England and Scot I event will remain at New Yor!:, Chic street and the railroads.The .

kI'[. Mr. Bullock made the speech nomi- land, commonly known in Great Brit, go Cincinnati, Boston, San Francisco Hothinpor injure animals. petition alleges that this strac-
P ; ain as "The Board of Erin" have is- Pittsburg Detroit and Kansas City. Cannot be 'lorn Down, tiirwas: in nod condition and valu-
Dating Hon. Cromwell Gibbons for I Carried oil and Burned. New York, April 16.-It Is ltarnedthat BEST BREAD
suet appeal to the members
an of the I
t Speaker of the HOU"6 of Representatives I order In this country to aid the present I Forced Out by frosts. Keeps Everything Barred I| President Buchanan, of the Inj rolls out. It ia! delightfully crisp and
I Raleigh N. C., April 16.-The cigar( j! ternational Association of Bridge and wholeHome. A few slices (buttered i4 i a
and From the
; those who heard it say itteas t; struggle in Ireland for "lanl forth Smallest to the ;i
people" The factory here intends going out of bus. Structural Iron Workers, has declared meal in itself and almost! as nutritious
a captivating address. Itva s appeal was Iness because tha American Cigar Laagest Fowl or Animal. off! the strikes Involving 5,000 men 1, as meat.
Cither pared at a meeting held at prp'l company For Particulars Write to I against the American Bridge Orders for Bread etc. be more
overdrawn nor underdrawn. county Moagahan. Ireland, and has cut the prices so low Thelatter companypending can
a settlement of the differencesby satisfactorily filled by
distributed 7,000
Itstruck signed by the executive cigars free in I
a happy medium and won officers anJ
arbitration. The
Raleigh last week strikes ordered
and Is
for accompanied by a statement of con'.l. I giving: a :
: him euconiums i were for the recognition of the
as a pleasing bonus In money and cigars !' International

i orator. tlons Klernan In Ireland of Leeds prepared, organizer by of Owen the era, It is claimed Officers. to of purchas-the 10.1'j' F. 0. SAMPSON Agt. Buffalo association In this city, Albany BEN US' BAKERY

cal company say that they cannot Philadelphia Baltimore,
Mr. Bullock body in England. co
l was offered the chair- Pete with the trust. B Cardigan! Florid Is Plttsburg. Chicago and other places. j b -\


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Inhuman Act of Maddened Father In
r' New York City. -
New York April! 15.-In conequence --- -.
of threats made by her husband -.
r ; hat if she were not at home when he ABE JAKE ::
returned he would kiH her and their
3-year-old daughter, Mrs. Charles Jae
l ger, of Brooklyn, sought refuge In the
i ; house of her sister. When Jaeger 'S
reached home last night he found the TEA POT Gckar RY
room deserted. Infuriated he ran
; from the house and hunted in different -
'i places for his wife. Everybody .-...
i denied having seen her, but he waited
and watched at his sister-in-law's .y...
r .. door until he heard the ,voice of his -.
child with children. -- ...
at play other tI .
: Bursting In the door he knocked his ..... .....
wife against! the wall and grabbed his .
she flew to --- -.
{ e daughter by: the legs as
her mother's arms. Mrs. Jaeger fell
upon her knees and begged him not to
2 injure the child.Shouting ustWatchUs !
cursing at his wife and
+ ttill holding the little baby by the legsf .
swung the little body around his
f, ....
head and brought her head down with .
crushing force upon a sto\'e. He .-......
dropped the child then and shoutedat II>- ....
his wife "It is next':"
: your turn

house Then of he a ran friend away handed and going him $5 to;) ,and the E Keep an eye on this store and we'll keep you constantly 3
told him to hurry and get a doctor as
his little girl had been hurt. -
01 ...
A doctor, who was called in, said :: I

the many Jaeger child's places was skull and caught had she could been shortly crushed not !live.before in posted on the BEST THINGS to buy and |

.. midnight hiding In the home of his
'_ brother. He said he did not know

"' : anything HERMIT about OF HARKER'S the injury to HOLLOW.his child. : the BEST PLACE to buy them. This is not as 3

I Miserly Recluse Dies Leaving Fortune
lIP-- .....

I Flynn Belvidere, 82 ,years N.Behind J",old April, Him.known 15.-Patrick as the oeasy to do as it is to say, but we certainly do main3

miser hermit of Barker's Hollow, has
been found dead in hio hovel He II>- -4
i had not been seen for several days .
And neighbors entered his nome and stock the of and the
; found him sitting In an improvise tain our at pinnacle desirability, at 3
chair, his head on one s'de. Flynn
',- had never been married and all the
money that came Into his possession -0

'I j!} a of be rookery hoarded.the he banks called,lIe but would home.kept not it The all trust in house any the depth of prices. There's no fiction in this statement. |

\ was barricaded front and back, and
no one could have broken into it without 0- -II
J a long siege.
:- It was known that the old man 0- -0
l' had money, and when the searchers 0- .. -tiI-11Sard

,f}. '_ of broke bank open bills his covered trunk they with found mould.a pile Out Are not merely small: sized fish or newly
of the old rags on which he slept :- in es |!
many pieces cf gold and silver fell. .
There was an old can in one corner. hatched whales would the
0- answer ,
purpose ::
t It had some musty fl"ur in it and in fS> ,
1 the bottom was a bag of silver coin.
f i In the'weather' boards in the chimney, E Sardines particularly species of fish in their de:3:
:, under the rafters, in fact, wherever are a rare exceptional
I the men searched they found money. 0- ......

p \f, \ :. When amounted counted to nearly the$3,000 money in gold found sil l licious flavor and limited in their numbers. GENUINE Sardines having / ::3C
t .i.i'f> bills and
r pennies. >- ......
: It was learned that Flynn had a sis.
;t ter at once living telegraphed in New York for. and The she sister was E been procured much remains to be done for the finest may beE

' : had been to see Patrick last summer. II>- .....
: 1 money She alleged found that was she a small knew part that of the thewealth easily spoiled by improper treatment They must be carefully cooked ::3

of her brother and ordered the
' 0- -4E
ak ; search resumed. in olive oil without delay of a. single day or their quality and flavor will


: I : Southern Passenger Train Ran Into E be imoaired. Then they must be preserved in olive oil and immedi' 1

an Open Switch. .....

t railway"Florida Helen,vestibuled Ga.Limited, April," 15.train going The No.south Southern 14,, rant the E ately packed in air tight metal boxes, In all sardines packed under the

Into an open switch in the yard her -5
: yesterday wrecked. morning and was partially E trade mark of "Chatillon Freres France' all the above conditions have :J

The engine rain into an open box 0- ......

r {E. It car, derailing on the the side engine track, and mail wrecked and express Ebeen: observed and they lead the world for QUALITY !

I\ cars. --- ......
. I The engine was turned over and the c-- __ ......
mall the
car turned diagonally across
>.-....' -4
: track. ....
9 4- Engineer George Little stuck to his 0- -4

j t i rr,; post slightly.when until he jumped the engine, bruising left the one rails lop l E Coffee'I Do you want as good a Coffee as nature can grow

1 j. :t by Fireman jumplllg.i' .Rooswell was also bruised E: 0or art can blend ? Do you want a coffee that "goes

An engine was sent from Lumber t! ....

I J i City about cars to on an take hour south passenger,and delaying a half.and them baggage only: E: to the spot," that clears the brain that issues in incense-like odors from

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.::1.. AFTER ARREST HE SUICIDED. E: the steaming cup and makes you feel at peace with the world and yourself -

Brooks County Man Put Pistol Ball .

_. I.t, Quitman, Ga.In, April Brain.14.-Ivy Dam B: ? If so, drink CHASE & SANBORN'S MOCHA and JAVA.4 j
pier, a young man 23 years old and --
living 15 miles from Quitman, in the .
t t eastern part of the county, committed -- -II4
;: suicide by shooting himself In the 0- -4
< head.A .-tI
f' I deputy sheriff! had gone from Quit -III
man with a arrant for him and made
V i the arrest Arrangements were made FOR HORSES PURINA FEED Is FOR HULES
I for him to come In and- make bond _
t, and the officer was asked to take din _
III, ner with his family. .....
He then asked permission to bathe -JI
and chang his clothing. Sooh after .4
retiring to hk room the sound of a ....4

_ ,,{ : a a pistol bullet pistol door shot through to he wa his was heard left found hit brain.temple and to have on and openingthe placed sent When looking for First Class- Groceries call on j

f Colonel Maguire's Body Found. 0-- Yours for more business
:Mobn Ala., April 15-The mystery
4 of the disappearance a week ago of 'IIE
Colonel John Maguire has been solved -
_- by the finding of his body in the river. A. BROWN & BRO.
Colonel Maguire left a note saying
ne would drown himself as Ill-health ,
y made Hfa unbearable. During the
first administration of Cleveland Colonel .. ,411I J41
i. Magulre wa United States consul

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